Best of EMFF

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Just a quick reminder that this Wednesday - 15 March - sees the very best of the Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival 2005 films come to Glasgow. We're screening 6 films, including 'Cano-Bagging' which won the 'Best Film' award, in this special evening event.

Tickets are available now from Tiso stores and cost just 5 quid. If you can't get to Tiso's, tickets are now also available online through Tiso's website - simply click here for details. This link takes you to Tiso's website. Once there, simply create an account (if you don't already have one) and order your tickets. Tickets will also be available on the door on the night but please arrive early if you don't already have your tickets as they are expected to sell out and the venue only holds 80 people.

Where: Tiso's Glasgow Outdoor Experience Store, Couper Street, Townhead, Glasgow.

When: Wednesday 15 March, 7.30pm start

Tickets: 5 quid - Available now in Tiso stores.

Wednesday Evenings Line Up of Films:

Cano-Bagging - The winning film from the 2005 festival follows 3 likely lads as they embark on a mission to ski some volcanoes in New Zealand, having bagged Scotland's most famous volcano on skis the winter before. A cracking debut film by Blair Aitken.

Psicobloc - This breath-taking film from Big Up Productions follows Klem Loskot and Tim Emmett on a deep water soloing trip to Mallorca. Stunning footage of some of the longest and scariest falls you will ever see.

Cavewoman - A climbing film by Hot Aches Productions. Edinburgh climber Fiona Murray spends a year in Canada pushing her mixed climbing in this film which was runner-up in the Best Film Award at the EMFF 2005.

Biscuit & Felix - Biscuit is a climbing Jack Russell - 'the Lyn Hill of the dog world', says her owner. Felix is her puppy, and aspiring rock-star. A short, very popular and funny film.

Bothy - This film by Dougie Bonner captures the spirit of the Scottish bothy experience, as it follows 3 friends on a mid-winter trip to a remote Highland bothy.

Balance of Risk - A climbing film with a twist, as one man battles to reclaim the sport which almost killed him. Inspiring and moving.

Also - A Sneak Preview of EMFF 2006!

For full details of the event, see www.edinburghmountainff.com

Stevie Christie

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