RSS Funded Film Festivals 2010-11
30th to 9th May 2010, Dumfries Film Festival:
This year the Festival spread its wings to take prize-winning films to over 10 venues across Dumfries and Galloway.
For more information contact Alice Stilgoe: Alice.Stilgoe@dumgal.gov.uk or visithttp://www.rbcft.co.uk/filmfestival/index.html
9th to 11th July 2010, Berwickshire Film Fest:
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival presented the 1st Berwickshire Film Fest, rolling over the borders to Coldstream, Duns and Eyemouth with Screen Machine.
For more information contact Melanie Iredale: firstname.lastname@example.org or visitwww.berwickfilm-artsfest.com/events
2nd to 5th September 2010, Screenplay:
Shetland’s annual Film Festival is curated by Linda Ruth Williams and Mark Kermode, and features a feast of film screenings, lectures and panel discussions involving national and international film industry professionals and film academics.
For more information contact Kathy Hubbard: email@example.com or visit http://www.shetlandarts.org/events/screenplay/
6th to 12th September 2010 and February 2011, The Southwell Collective:
A group of musicians and composers who will be performing their own composition to accompany the silent classic, Jean Epstein’s ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ in a number of venues throughout rural Scotland, including Dumfries, Isle of Skye, Kirkwall on mainland Orkney and Hoy.
For more information contact Sarah Watts: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.thesouthwellcollective.co.uk/tour_dates_7.html
Monday 6th September: Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre, Dumfries. 6:30pm
Friday 10th September: Aros Centre, Portree. Isle of Skye. 7:30pm
Saturday 11th September: The Lighthouse, George Street, Cromarty. 7pm
10th to 12th September 2010, Alchemy:
In this, it’s first year, Alchemy will be held in the Tower Mill, Heart of Hawick, and will explore the theme of ‘border’ areas, landscapes and identities through artists film and moving image works. For more information contact Mary Morrison: MMorrison@scotborders.gov.uk or visit www.alchemyfilmfestival.org.uk
16th to 18th September, Three Lochs Film Festival:
Three Lochs Festival in association with the Sunart Centre Film Club bring you an inspiring festival of film, literature and arts, on the beautiful shores of Loch Sunart.
For more information contact Hollie Taylor: email@example.com or visit www.threelochs.co.uk
10th to 30th November 2010 (TBC), Africa in Motion:
Award- winning festival Africa in Motion takes its programme on tour to rural venues for the second year running, taking in locations in Orkney, Fife, and Skye.
For more information contact Lizelle Bisschoff: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.africa-in-motion.org.uk
12th to 14th November 2010, Aberfeldy Film Festival:
Held in the atmospheric Castle Menzies, and home to the Palme Dewar Short Film Competition, the fourth Aberfeldy Film Festival will explore the theme ‘Rattling Good Yarns’.
For more information contact Ruth Atkinson: email@example.com or visit www.heartlandfilmsociety.org.uk/html/film_festivals.html
3rd to 5th December 2010, Cromarty Film Festival:
Now in it’s fourth year Cromarty Film Festival will once again take over Cromarty as invited guests introduce their favourite film: Your favourite, their favourite, and My Favourite Film Festival is back in Cromarty this year. The film festival where interesting and weel kent people choose their favourite films and the audience chooses to watch them!
For more information contact David Gilbert: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.cromartyfilmfestival.org/
January/February (TBC), Discovery on tour:
Scotland’s International Film Festival for Young Audiences, Discovery is extending its rural tour in 2010, to introduce films to more young people in rural areas.
For more information contact Katharine Simpson: email@example.com or visit www.discoveryfilmfestival.org.uk
3rd to 6th February 2011 (TBC), Food on Film 2011:
Kingussie’s annual winter festival – Food On Film – brings the big screen to the rural Highlands of Scotland in a unique way: to celebrate and explore the world of food with a feast of short films, documentaries and features to make you laugh, make you think and make you hungry!
For more information contact Helen Graham: Helen@theposthouse.co.uk or visit www.kingussiefoodonfilm.co.uk
February 2011 (TBC), Take One Action Tour:
Scotland’s global action cinema project celebrates the people and movies that are changing the world. Building on the success of the 2010 rural tour, 2011 promises to be just as inspiring.
For more information contact Simon Bateson: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.takeoneaction.org.uk
17th to 19th March 2011 (TBC) Lewis Coastal Film Festival:
Bringing the big screen to venues throughout the Isle of Lewis, and building on the success of its first year in 2010, the community film festival screens award-winning cinema, short films and spectacular Hebridean Archive Films.
For more information contact Muriel Ann Macleod: email@example.com or visit http://www.theatrehebrides.com/lewis_coastal_film_festival.html