Introduction offers a personal discussion on the profession of Archiving which I
revisit in my conclusion. Section One provides a general overview of Margaret Tait's life and influences. This brief biographical information serves as a
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op. cit., p. 30. Derek Jarman, Dancing Ledge, op. cit., p. 122. Ibid., p. 118. Ibid.
Ibid., p. 116. Ibid. Margaret Tait, 'On “stalking the image”' in Peter Todd and
Benjamin Cook (eds), Subjects and Sequences: A Margaret Tait Reader, op. cit.,
the decease of Margaret Tait, my daughter, as the heir of her body, if a male, shall
arrive at the years of majority, or, if a female, shall arrive to such years or be
married, the trustees shall be obliged to denude themselves of the said lands in
VVilliam Tait of Lochinkitt, consider-' ing it a duty incumbent upon me,
notwithstanding of different reasons inductive to the contrary, to make a suitable
provision out of my estate for the support of Margaret Tait, my daughter, married
without my ...
Magnus. Cathedral's 'Poets' Corner'. 2. RECOMMENDATIONS. The Sub-
committee is invited to note:- 2.1 that Margaret Tait was a well-respected and
internationally regarded Orcadian film- maker and poet, who made over thirty
films and published ...
been cited as a truly independent filmmaker. Her first and only feature film, Blue.
Black Permanent was released in 1992, but she is primarily remembered as a
prolific creator of shorter films, ranging from vivid portraits, to cinematic poems.
Carcanet. Notes edited and with Introduction by Sarah Neely and foreword by Ali
Smith. Abstract. Margaret Tait (1918-1999) was a pioneering filmmaker for whom
words and images made the world real. In 'documentary', she wrote, real things ...
maker and poet. Life. Tait was born and raised in Kirkwall, in the Orkney Islands
off the north coast of mainland Scotland. She died in Kirkwall in 1999. Education.
Tait attended the University of Edinburgh, gaining qualifications in Medicine ...
Creative Scotland and LUX, inspired by Orcadian Tait (1918 – 1999), pictured, a
filmmaker and writer whose film poems, hand-painted animations and
documentaries were pioneering in the field of experimental filmmaking.
Poetry, Sound and Place, will be speaking at the BFI Reuben Library on Monday
10 April. Described by novelist Ali Smith as “A pioneer. A modernist. A far sight. A
first voice. An original. A maker.” (The Margaret Tait Years) ...
Glasgow Film Festival Margaret Tait Award. Charlotte will receive a £10000 prize
to create new work and the opportunity to present it at Glasgow Film Festival in
2015, which will extend to a 12 day programme.
sweet introduction to Scottish filmmaker and poet Margaret Tait. Since her death
in 1999 at the age of 80, the artist's name has become synonymous with
experimental and innovative filmmaking, to the point that an award ...
brought up in." - A Portrait Of Ga In making a short film about her mother, the
experimental filmmaker, Margaret Tait, essentially drew upon an interesting
dialectic between place and youth. With 1952's A Portrait Of Ga - a 4…
978-1-84777-159-9, £12.95. Alastair Beddow. In a letter to Sean Connery of
1972, the artist and gallery-owner Richard Demarco referred to Margaret Tait as '
a classic example of a first class Scot living here and being ignored ...
elderly lady's everyday actions to offer an abstract insight into her life. Margaret Tait described this film as follows: 'My mother seemed a good subject for a
portrait, (she was there), and I thought it offered a chance to do a sort of 'abstract
escocesas Orkney, tiene la particularidad de ser la patria chica del mal encarado
Willie McDougal (aka Willie, el jardinero: ver Los Simpson) y de la cineasta a
quien este año el Bafici dedica una retrospectiva: Margaret Tait. Y no es
Street, Brooklyn. Portrait of Ga, Margaret Tait, 1952, 16mm, 5 mins. Hugh
MacDiarmid, A Portrait, Margaret Tait, 1964, 16mm, 9 mins. Aerial, Margaret Tait,
1974, 16mm, 4 mins. Place of Work, Margaret Tait, 1976, 16mm, 31 mins.
Margaret Tait, a forerunner of the English experimental directors of the late 20th
century.. Over the course of 36 years she produced over 30 films and published
five books of poetry and short stories. She described her life's work as making ...