A special season of films programmed in partnership with the National Museum of Scotland and their current Rip It Up exhibition where you can discover the story of Scottish pop music and explore the musical culture of the nation over more than half a century.
Our selection continues with two Sound of Young Scotland films from director Grant McPhee - Big Gold Dream, which explores the 1970's post-punk and Indie music scene that would put Scotland on the map, and Teenage Superstars, the sequel in which the focus shifts from Edinburgh to Glasgow to explore the city’s incredibly energetic music scene in the last couple of decades of the 20th century.
Rip It Up £5 ticket offer
Ticket holders for Big Gold Dream or Teenage Superstars can take advantage of a special £5 ticket offer for Rip It Up. Present your Filmhouse ticket in person when booking at the museum.
Rip It Up: The Story of Scottish Pop is at the National Museum of Scotland until Sunday 25 November. Visit nms.ac.uk/ripitup for more information.