Where Do We Go from Here? (2015 film)

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Where Do We Go from Here?
Directed byJohn McPhail
Produced byJohn McPhail
Andrew Lanni
Lauren Lamarr
Written byJohn McPhail
StarringTyler Collins
Lucy-Jane Quinlan
Alison Peebles
Music byTyler Collins
CinematographyGrant McPhee
Edited byJohn McPhail
Worrying Drake Productions
Release date
  • 29 October 2015 (2015-10-29)
Running time
122 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Where Do We Go from Here? is a Scottish comedy feature film by John McPhail. The film centres on James (Tyler Collins) a young man who takes on the role of a janitor of a care home when his Grandad is forced into social care. It is the first feature to be directed by John McPhail.


When Jen starts her new Job as a nurse at the 'Easy Love Care Home, she is surprised to find James, a 25-year-old man living and working in the building. James and his three, elderly best friends hatch a plan to go on one last adventure and the only medical cover they can get is the one person who doesn’t want to be around old people. Will their plan go off without a hitch or is there a sell by date on adventure?

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Release and reception[edit]

The film was released on 29 October 2015 and was screened at the Sydney Indie Film Festival where it was nominated for 7 awards. Unable to attend the awards ceremony, McPhail was represented by his sister in law who happened to be travelling around Australia at the time.[1] The film went on win three awards at the festival including Best Score, Best Supporting Actress and Best Film. Speaking to the National Newspaper about the awards success, Director John McPhail said:

"I couldn’t believe we had won for our first feature film – we were jumping about in my kitchen going crazy when we heard. I would have liked to have been there but we had so much fun in the kitchen I’m kind of glad the way it worked out."[2]

The film had its UK premiere at the 2016 edition of the Glasgow Film Festival.[3] Speaking to the Sunday Herald about the films inclusion in the festival, McPhail said

"When people asked where we wanted the UK premiere to take place, I knew it had to be the Glasgow Film Festival - and if I was lucky it would screen in the Glasgow Film Thatre. That dream is going to become a reality and I honestly cannot wait."[4]

Due to overwhelming demand for the film, the festival announced on Twitter that extra tickets would be released for the premiere screening at the Glasgow Film Theatre.[5]

In 2016, actress Alison Peebles was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress at the 2016 BAFTA Scotland Film Awards.[6]


Year Awards Category Recipient(s) Result
2015 Sydney Indie Film Festival Best Film John McPhail, Andrew Lanni, Lauren Lamarr Won
Best Female Supporting Actress Deirdre Murray Won
Best Score Tyler Collins Won
Best Female Lead Actress Lucy-Jane Quinlan Nominated
Best Female Supporting Actress Alison Peebles Nominated
Best Male Lead Actor Tyler Collins Nominated
Best Editing John McPhail Nominated
2016 Bay Street Film Festival People's Choice Award John McPhail Won
Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival Best Original Score Tyler Collins Won
Best Actor Tyler Collins Won
Best Supporting Actor Richard Addison Won
Best Director John McPhail Won
British Academy Scotland Awards Best Actress Alison Peebles Nominated


  1. ^ "Glasgow Film-maker John McPhail picks up three awards at Sydney Indie Film Festival". Glasgow Evening Times. 4 December 2015. Retrieved 4 December 2015.
  2. ^ "Profile: Scottish romantic comedy Where Do We Go From Here? storms Australian film festival". The National.
  3. ^ "Search results: Glasgow Film: Glasgow Film Theatre". tickets.glasgowfilm.org.
  4. ^ "Looking For A New Direction". Sunday Herald. 24 January 2016.
  5. ^ "Glasgow Film Fest on Twitter".
  6. ^ "British Academy Scotland Awards: Winners in 2016". www.bafta.org.

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