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Screen Machine given major refurbishment

’We are thrilled to be part of the new Screen Machine launch in Arran’

Arran’s mobile cinema is back on the road after a major refit, with a new hi-tech digital projector, new livery and, for the first time, the Screen Machine will be accompanied by the Travelling Gallery, Scotland’s mobile contemporary art exhibition space.

The 80-seater HGV, owned and operated by Regional Screen Scotland, will return to service after its full refit in France – at its original builders Toutenkamion, the world’s leading creators of cinemobiles – where it has had its hydraulics completely overhauled, received a state-of-the-art digital projector and screen and newly re-upholstered seats and a striking new livery by Highland-based designer Tristram Woolston.

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