The eagerly-awaited film version of Sunset Song will receive its world premiere in September.
Terence Davies' new adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon's much-loved novel will be screened for the first time at the Toronto Film Festival.
The film has been a long-cherished project for Davies, who previously directed such works as The House of Mirth and The Long Day Closes.
It stars the model-turned-actress, Agyness Deyn, as one of world literature's strongest female characters, Chris Guthrie.
The acclaimed Scottish actor, Peter Mullan, and Kevin Guthrie have other leading roles in the 135-minute film.
Parts of the movie were shot in the north-east, in and around the Mearns, which form the backdrop to Gibbon's seminal work.
The production crew also shot scenes in Luxembourg and New Zealand.
There is no word so far on when the film will get a general release.