A Film by Fraser Denholm [43 mins.]
- Date: Tuesday 22 March
- Time: 7pm
- Location: PVA
- Admission: FREE, Open to all members of the public
Aberdeen is perceived as a wealthy city at the centre of the European Oil Industry with a high proportion of millionaires, highest average wage and highest house and rental prices in Scotland. However, on the other side of the equation it is a city with areas of multiple deprivation, insufficient infrastructure for the heavy industry it supports and a city council dealing with a £150 Million deficit.
Featuring interviews with politicians, writers and citizens investigating the reactions, impacts and causes of the City’s current condition.
The screening will be followed by an open discussion on the issues raised in the film. Chaired by Joan Ingram, with an invited audience of politicians, planners and the business community.