A short film exploring memories of the Glasgow Garden Festival, 1988. Using digitisation to archive and back up family photographs from the time, memories are shared by the filmmaker’s parents, based on the original print images. Exploring themes of regeneration and preservation, the film considers how the environment has been approached over time, how priorities relating to climate change have evolved, shifted and changed, and how we relate to these issues in day-to-day life. Against a present-day backdrop of accelerating climate crisis, the film intends to prompt thinking around how we make things last.

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