To celebrate the work made as part of this ambitious national project A Moment’s Peace hosted screening events in the four regions that we worked within.


At each interactive event the artists and groups involved in the project invited the public to join them to watch the final cut of their films and to come along and explore their own relationships to food.


In November and December 2013  I Could Eat A Horse traversed the county sharing ideas, collecting more stories and facilitating lively and creative debates.


Each event screened the films made in that area, also acted as act as a platform for discussion and debate around issues specific to the local community, as well as national and international food issues.


We worked for these events to be places for positive action - where people could come together and find new ways of eating and creating together!


Dumfries and Galloway: Wed 13th Nov 2013 - 6pm

The CatStrand


Glasgow: Mon 18th Nov 2013 - 6.30pm

The Centre for Contemporary Arts


Edinburgh: Fri 22nd Nov 2013 - 6pm



Aberdeenshire: Sat 7th Dec 2013 - 12pm

The Woodend Barn


In Autumn 2014 A Moment’s Peace will host the final event relating to I Could Eat A Horse. We plan to curate an installation that presents all the work and our findings from this extensive project. It will bring all twelve films together under one roof, and once again, seek to inspire discussion and action in response to the personal and political issues explored within the project.

Four Regions. Twelve Films. Four Events.

Funded by:

A Moment's Peace became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) in May 2013. Our Charity Number is SC044000.