2nd Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival

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Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival

Some dates for your 2004 diary.

  • Thursday 18 March 2004: 'Best of the Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival' Film evening at Tiso's Glasgow Outdoor Experience store. Kick-off 7.30pm. Tickets 5, available from Tiso's Glasgow outlets.
  • Friday 8 - Sunday 10 October 2004: The 2nd Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival. With 5 sessions, big name speakers, films, photos, poetry, art, exhibits....this should be a top weekend of mountain culture.

See www.edinburghmountainff.com

The line up for the 'Best of' night on the 18th March as as follows:

  • Urban Ape (10 mins): Climbing, Timmy O'Neill uses his home town of Boulder, Colorado to test his climbing skills in this wacky, award-winning film.
  • Biscuit (2 mins): Kayaking and paragliding, A kayaking and paragliding trip to Nepal, following the adventures of some friends from Fort William.
  • Flying Fish (30 mins): Kayaking and paragliding, A kayaking and paragliding trip to Nepal, following the adventures of some friends from Fort William.
  • Pushing Winter (10 mins): Snowboarding, Winner of Best Film at EMFF 2003, this is Scottish backcountry boarding at its very best. All the action was shot by the boarder as he ventures down Grade I & II gullies on Scottish mountains.
  • Fear (15 mins): Kayaking, Hardcore whitewater kayaking action with a team of Scots in Norway.
  • The Kings Footprints (10 mins): Climbing, Made by Glasgow film-maker Pete Murray, this climbing film follows Niall McNair's dream of becoming the first person to make a ground-up ascent of Dalriada (E7 6c) on The Cobbler.
  • Immersion (30 mins): Skiing, The best ski film ever made? Amazing cinematography and touching insights into the life of five pro-skiers having fun on their home slopes. Runner up in the Best Film at EMFF 2003.

Stevie Christie (29-01-2004

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