You made it, so it's only right that you get a first glimpse of it...
That's right, Scotland The World Over has had its final edit and is dusting down its fancy frock ready for a glitzy premiere.
In fact, we can invite you to dust down your fancy frock (actually, your warmest jacket and sturdy shoes will more likely be the order of the day), as you are invited to the first official screening.
This Sunday (5th of February) the film will be premiered on the Big Screen. Yep, on the Big Screen, in both Edinburgh and Glasgow!
In Edinburgh our film will be shown (at 2pm) on the BBC Screen at Festival Square. The band Clanadonia, who provided the soundtrack to the film, will also be playing live...
In Glasgow, there will be two screenings as part of Celtic Connections. The film will be projected onto the side of Buchanan Galleries (next to the statue of Donald Dewar) at 7pm and 9.30pm...
For those close enough, we hope to see you there!
The finished film brings together 715 photos, from 32 countries, accumulated over a period of just 2 months as one film...
From St Andrews Day (30st November 2011) to Burns Night (25th January 2012), we asked Blippers to send us their photos from across the world to star in the film.
And that you did.
We received hundreds and hundreds of entries, from every corner of the world.
From a Chinese school to an Inuit village, and from Times Square to Bondi Beach, people around the globe came together on Blip to help create this iconic, quirky and captivating short film.
Blipfoto was born and bred in Scotland, but what started as a small, local phenomenon has exploded and spread the world over. We're still very proud of our roots, so we were excited to create something amazing to celebrate Scotland's worldwide reach.
Unfortunately, not every entry could make the film, but we hugely value your help and participation. It's been great fun and we have enjoyed seeing all your pictures flood in over the last 2 months.
It appears that the First Minister of Scotland would agree and wants to extend his thanks to all those that took part too. Praise indeed...
So, now, all that's left is to enjoy!
The film will also be viewable through Scotland The World Over iPhone App. The App is available to download for free from the App store. (You must download the updated version of the App to view the film.)