A SCOTTISH independence referendum documentary is set for a screening tour in 2024.

Tickets have gone on sale for several showings of To See Ourselves in Dunfermline, Bo'ness, Stirling, Cumbernauld, and more sites across Scotland.

To See Ourselves – the brainchild of award-winning director Jane McAllister – was previously shown in Glasgow, Dundee, Inverness and Oban.

McAllister captured the footage of the referendum campaign during the summer of 2014, despite having no budget for the film.

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While heavily pregnant she followed her father, Yes campaigner Fraser McAllister, as the referendum unfolded in the east coast town of Musselburgh.

The team previously raised £25,000 to fund the post-production editing of the material, as well as its promotion online and in cinemas, through Kickstarter.

The film is described as a “hopeful” and “authentic” re-telling of the referendum campaign. 

The film will be shown at:

  • January 25: Tranent, Fraser Centre at 7pm
  • January 27: Bo'ness, Hippodrome at 2.30pm
  • February 1: Strathaven, Strathaven Town Mill at 6.30pm
  • February 3: Dunfermline, Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries at 1:00pm
  • February 4: Stirling, Smith Art Gallery and Museum at 2:00pm
  • February 6: Forgandenny, Forgandenny Village Hall at 6.30pm
  • February 7: Anstruther, Dreel Halls at 6:30pm
  • February 8: Montrose, Montrose Playhouse at 7:00pm
  • February 10: Banchory, The Barn Arts at 2:00pm
  • March 22: Crieff, Strathearn Arts at 6.30pm
  • March 28: Cumbernauld, Lantern House at 2:30pm

Tickets are available here.

McAllister has previously said that fighting for support for the film has been “exhausting”, after failing to make the final selection for the Central Scotland Documentary Festival in Stirling.

The event had been her last hope after being rejected from all other Scottish festivals.

McAllister is concerned that the film’s lack of success on the festival circuit is down to its political nature – and was unsettled to learn that the Central Scotland Documentary Festival screened a film about Brexit from a pro-Remain perspective.