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You’re On Mute

Film Discussion

Public Health Scotland host this screening and discussion, showcasing a series of films created during lockdown.

You’re on Mute is a collection of films made during lockdown with people in three Scottish rural communities: Haddington, Meigle and Ardler and West Lochaber.

The films offer us a space to reflect on our shared and individual experiences, to remember the highs, lows, and laughs, and to recall the hopes that emerged and still remains for people.

"If we forget what lockdown was like, we will really forget what we learned."


- Kevin in You're on Mute

This event is hosted by Public Health Scotland. You’re on Mute project was made by artist Pam Van de Brug with Public Health Scotland, Support in Mind Scotland, CHEX (Community Health Exchange), Ewen's Room, Meigle and Ardler Community Development Trust and Support from the Start East Lothian.

The films continue are also available to view at the You're On Mute website and for communities and individuals who wish to screen them.

The Studio

67 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6AE

Fri 6th May
10AM - 1PM
Fri 6th May
1PM - 4PM

Accessibility: Captioned films available online at