Get Real!

Get Real! was a community TV project, presented by Noreen Real of Kingsway Eye. The Kingsway Eye filmmaking group was trained, mentored and supported by Diversity Films through the Community Filmmakers Project and brand new.

The project kicked off with an episode hosted by Noreen from her 17th floor flat in Kingsway Court Glasgow.

Not only does Scottish actor and director, Peter Mullan (My Name is Joe, Magdalen Sisters, Neds), drop by for a cup of tea, but so does local lass, Nikita Angus who found fame on the X-Factor.

Get Real! 2 from Diversity Films on Vimeo.

Kingsway Court residents celebrate the anti-dawn raid activism of their neighbours, Noreen Real and Jean Donnachie who win, Scotswoman of the Year 2009.

Get Real! 3 from Diversity Films on Vimeo.

Noreen Real and Kingsway Eye explore what diversity and talent exists across communities in Glasgow.

Get Real! 4 from Diversity Films on Vimeo.

Noreen Real and the gang go ‘doon the watter’ for the Glasgow River Festival and Libby McArthur from River City pops round for tea, biscuits and a good old chinwag.

Get Real! 5 from Diversity Films on Vimeo.

Noreen Real introduces some of the rhythms of the world in this celebration of both musical and filmmaking talent.