Back to the future 1979-1989, the film

Back by popular demand for a single showing, this thought provoking film, which the National Library of Scotland ran during this year's Fringe, will take you through the 1980s in 50 minutes.

Back to the future 1979-1989, the film

About Back to the future 1979-1989, the film

During the Fringe, the National Library of Scotland ran a video and music installation that set some of the key events and changes of the decade to a 1980s soundtrack (think Kraftwerk and OMD).

Back by popular demand for a single showing, this thought provoking film will take you through the 1980s in 50 minutes. A great event for families, friends, and Christmas outings.

Tickets are free but please book via Eventbrite here.

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