The New Ten Commandments
The film was produced by Nick Higgins from Lansdowne Productions and Noémie Mendelle from the Scottish Documentary Institute and has 10 film-chapter directors for each of the 10 chapters of the film - Kenny Glenaan, Douglas Gordon, Nick Higgins, Irvine Welsh, Mark Cousins, Sana Bilgrami, Alice Nelson, Tilda Swinton, Doug Aubrey, David Graham Scott and Anna Jones.
The 10 film chapters of The New Ten Commandments
- The Right to Freedom of Assembly - Director, David Graham Scott
- The Right not to be enslaved - Director, Nick Higgins
- The Right to a fair trial - Director, Sana Bilgrami
- The Right to freedom of expression - Director, Doug Aubrey
- The Right to life - Director, Kenny Glenaan
- The Right to liberty - Directors, Irvine Welsh & Mark Cousins
- The Right not to be tortured - Director, Douglas Gordon
- The Right to asylum - Director, Anna Jones
- The Right to privacy - Director, Alice Nelson
- The Right to freedom of thought - Directors, Mark Cousins & Tilda Swinton
The film was scheduled for its first television broadcast as The New 10 Commandments in Scotland on BBC Two Scotland in December 2008.
- "The New Ten Commandments - Scottish Documentary Institute". Scottish Documentary Institute. Retrieved 2017-09-07.
- "The New Ten Commandments (2008)". IMDb.com. IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- "The New Ten Commandments". The New Ten Commandments. Bryan Veloso. 23 February 2010. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
- The New Ten Commandments webpage.
- The New Ten Commandments on IMDb
- The New Ten Commandments at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
- The New 10 Commandments as a BBC Programme.
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