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Friday, September 21, 2018

Budding St Andrews filmmakers present Daughters of Dolma

On Sunday, the long-awaited final cut of Daughters of Dolma will premiere at the Buchanan Lecture Theatre as part of the On the Rocks arts festival. This enchanting film has received positive media attention and has been fully endorsed by leading figures within the University who support the talent behind the film making.

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