Rob Roy Films

Films

The Flying Scotsman (MGM 2006)

The Flying Scotsman is the remarkable true story of manic-depressive Ayrshire cyclist Graham Obree. Featuring an impressive starring turn by Johnny Lee Miller, it was the opening film of the 60th Edinburgh International Film Festival. It was acquired for worldwide distribution by MGM. Producer:  Peter Broughan Writer: John Brown, Simon Rose, Declan Hughes Director: Douglas Mackinnon Starring: [

Rob Roy (United Artists 1995)

At $30m, Rob Roy is the biggest feature film to ever be made exclusively in Scotland. Released worldwide by United Artists in 1995, this epic story follows the legendary Scottish hero Robert Roy MacGregor (Liam Neeson) as he battles against feudal landowners in the Scottish Highlands. Featuring a stellar cast including Jessica Lange, Tim Roth, [...]

Mistgate (1999)

Executive Producer: Peter Broughan The first large format drama to be produced in Scotland.

The Draughtsman’s Contract (BFI 1982)

Peter Greenaway’s breakthrough film, a lavish landmark murder-mystery set in and around a 17th Century English country house estate aflame and featuring sex, lies – and a mischievous statue. BFI Staff Producer: Peter Broughan Writer/ Director: Peter Greenaway Starring: Anthony Higgins, Janet Suzman, Anne-Louise Lambert, Hugh Fraser * Nominated, International Fantasy Film Award, Best Film

Rough Cut and Ready Dubbed (1982)

Award-winning documentary about the post-punk period between 1978 and 1981, featuring the looks, the poses, the rucks and the riots of bands and their fans. Includes footage of the Wasted Festival and some of the original bands 25 years on. Also has performances from exponents of Punk, Mod, Oi and Ska – all filmed in [...]

News

  • Visiting Cannes

    4 May 2013

    15th – 26th May 2013. Peter Broughan will be attending the Cannes Film Festival & Market again this year, setting up financing for the company’s latest projects. Industry colleagues who wish [...]

  • Berlinale 2013

    4 Jan 2013

    A good Berlin… “If you come to Berlin in the winter you stay for a week. If you come in the summer you stay forever”.