An Aberdeen-based independence group is to screen a documentary focussing on the energy transition.
The new firm, due to be screened by Aberdeen Independence Movement at a sold out Belmont Cinema tomorrow, will look to make the economic case for separating from the UK, while also looking at how best to transition away from fossil fuels.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford will address the audience prior to the screening and a youth panel will debate the issue of Scottish Independence.
The firm features SNP MP Kirsty Blackman, Robert Gordon University Prof Alex Russell and RMT Union’s Jake Molloy.
Organiser Theo Forbes said: “The people who are on our page and on our site are generally people who are for independence anyway, so we thought if we get some proper content out with big names then we can hopefully reach the people we want to reach.
Mr Forbes said that despite the event being sold out there may be a few standing places available on the door tomorrow.
He added: “We’re Aberdeen focused so we thought the oil industry was such an important issue as the city’s entire industry is based around it.
“Our job over the next year is to get independence up from 41% in Aberdeen to over 50%.”