Book (as Author) ()
Neely S (2016) Between Categories: The Films of Margaret Tait: Portraits, Poetry, Sound and Place. Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, 7. Oxford: Peter Lang.
Margaret Tait – filmmaker, photographer, poet, painter, essayist and short story writer – is one of the UK’s most unique and remarkable filmmakers. She was the first female filmmaker to create a feature-length film in Scotland (Blue Black Permanent, 1992). Although for most of her career Tait remained focused on the goal of making a feature-length film, her most notable and groundbreaking work was arguably as a producer of short films. The originality of her work, and its refusal to accept perceived barriers of genre, media and form, continues to inspire new generations of filmmakers.
|Number of pages||320|
|Title of series||Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland|
|Number in series||7|
|Place of publication||Oxford|