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Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival
The Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival presents documentary or fiction films that focus on any aspect of mountain life and culture, wilderness and adventure, with a special focus on all forms of climbing (particularly deep water soloing and big mountain climbing in the greater ranges), snowboarding, skiing, snowblading, mountain biking, BASE jumping, kayaking, surfing, BMX-ing, canoeing, atd. All films selected for screening are automatically entered into the competition for the 'Best Film Award'.
The 10th EMFF features lectures from legendary mountaineers & explorers; and the best new mountain films and exhibitions: October 25 - 28, 2012.
Films can focus on any aspect of mountain life and culture, wilderness and adventure, and can be documentary or fiction.
We are especially interested in films focussing on all forms of climbing, snowboarding, skiing, snowblading, mountain biking, BASE jumping, kayaking, surfing, BMX-ing, sea kayaking, canoeing ... the list goes on.
Ideally films should be a maximum of 30 minutes long although exceptional longer films will be considered. There is no minimum length for films. Films on all formats are accepted although copies should be submitted on DVD for the initial selection process.
Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival Stevie Christie, c/o Wilderness Scotland
3A St Vincent Street
EH3 6SW Edinburgh (Scotland) back