Cashmere is Scottish (clip 3)
Promotional film for Scottish Cashmere producers
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Cashmere wool obtained from Mongolia is spun and knitted at Scottish mills into cashmere knitwear for Pringle, Ballantyne, Braemar and Glenmac. In this clip we see a young Joanna Lumley modelling the luxurious knitwear. A couple in a sports car race through the highlands and then get out and admire the view - modelling knitwear.
Questions & Activities
- Consider whether cashmere could be used in the making of a school uniform.
- What types of setting are used and why are they using these?
- What kinds of stereotypes can you see in the clip?
- What locations would you use to show a different side of Scotland?
Art and Design: Design a cashmere school uniform.
Geography: List all the places cashmere is exported to.
Enterprise / Business /Art & Design: Design a Scottish product. Which locations would you use to promote your product?
Art and Design / ICT / Media Studies: Choose different stills to produce a calendar or brochure about Scotland.
|Resource Rights Holder||Courtesy of Dawson International plc|
|School Subject||ICT, Art and Design, Geography, Media Studies|
|Who||Abel Goddman (director), Joanna Lumley (model), Martin Kane Production (production company)|