John Mcphail. – Scotland’s New Film Icon!

Notes Short Film

John Mcphail is the newest Scottish rising film maker most known for his short films “Notes” “Just Say Hi” “V For Visa” and the hilarious “Doug and Steve’s Big Holy Adventure”. Now however he is taking the world by storm with his massively popular debut feature film “Where Do We Go From Here?

Where Do We Go From Here? Made its UK Premiere right here in Glasgow back in February of this year to a 2 night sold out crowd at the annual Glasgow International Film festival. The film was met with much praise and love. With the cast and crew in attendance it was a historical moment for the Film Maker as he has said in interviews that he has always wanted one of his films screened at Glasgow Film Theatre, and well he got his wish.

Now that the film has been seen all over the world from Australia to Germany even the USA. It is no surprise that a Cinema release is in the near future for this breakout feel good hit!

If you have not had the chance to see the film yet – Where have you been? It was screened recently at a festival in Glasgow once again to a sold out crowd. The film makes its way back to the country where it seen its world premiere. The premiere being in Sydney Australia, this time around the film is screening in Melbourne in July.

I am pleased and with out a doubt able to say that Scotland has found its newest star! Watch this space because Mr Mcphail will be dominating the world!

Ross Wilcock

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Born and raised in Glasgow. I have been a film fan for as long as I remember with some of my favourites being GO (1999) Scream (1996) Prisoners (2013) and Wild (2015). As well as many others, I am a YouTuber and I also write for FF Magazine Scotland and Volunteer at Pride Glasgow. My dream is to be a Film Maker and Screen writer. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/RosseeBoy19 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rossieboy19sworldOfMovies/ Twitter: @RossWilcock Instagram: @rossmovieman Letterboxd: ross22

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