Open Call for Collaborators

FLOORED is a project from The Reverse Engineer
+ Trudat Sound & Light. We periodically release
forward-thinking sound, music and mixed-media work
in digital and innovative physical editions. We host
irregular parties in Glasgow and Edinburgh that start
strange and end with dancing. These are supported
by a newly commissioned artwork and audio mix
based on a loose theme.

Sometimes it can feel like there is nothing new – just recombinations of things that we have already seen.
But this kind of creative cross-pollination can lead to exciting possibilities and is central to our approach at Floored.

To keep things interesting we are keen to work with people outside our usual social and creative circles – people who will help us reconsider what we think we know and embrace new ideas and approaches.

If you have an idea for a performance or an artwork, a theme for a party or any other contribution then we would love to hear from you.
Our intention is to provide a friendly, enthusiastic space to experiment, try out new things and hone ideas, so your proposal needn’t be fully finished and nothing is too weird.

There is no deadline, this call is ongoing.

Please get in touch with your ideas:

Location: Edinburgh City, Glasgow City

For further information, please contact (, or visit

The deadline is Tuesday 01 January 2019 at 10:00.

(Via Creative Scotland)

Glasgow Film Festival 2016

Glasgow Film Festival kicks off on 17th February and offers seven titles for LGBT audiences.

Summertime (La Belle Saison) follows two women, one french, one spanish who fall in love in 1970’s Paris.

From Afar features two men in downton Caracas thrown into strange circumstances – a Venice Golden Lion winner.

Eisenstein In Guannajuato is Peter Greenaway’s swashbuckling biopic mix of sexual awakening and exuberant creativity.

Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders from Mars is the immortal document of David Bowie’s savage creation with a fantastic, joyful soundtrack.

Tramway celebrates the work of Usrula Mayer who was inspired by Pasolini. Also at Tramway is Wildness, a magical-realist documentary about a Los Angeles bar called the Silver Platter in westside Macarthur Park.

Don’t miss Departure featuring Juliet Stevenson and Phénix Bressard in a coming of age tale set in France’s Languedoc.

see Film section for more

Audience Survey 2014