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    First festival was hosted in 2010, independent and grassroots run festival Loch Ness Film Festival (SCIO) SC042926 is an independent showcase for filmmakers set in venues around Loch Ness. The 2013 edition is from July 26 to 28th

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Programme 2015

Full Schedule and Programme for the 2015 Festival
All Screenings and Events are Free Entry
For more details, info and photos of our films screening can be found in our film reel section
Friday Night July 24th, all screenings at the Loch Ness Backpackers Lodge
Short Film Block 8-9.15pm & 9.15-10.30pm

Short Films to be screened :

8-9pm Fixed, Good Hands,Sacred Birth, Summer Nights, Traitor, Blink, Jab Cross Hook, Corto, Best Before End

9.15-9.30 BREAKTIME

9.30-10.30pm Us Alone, The Writer, Last Exit to Ricklesburgh, Motel Providence, Put Down, The Last Post

Saturday 25th July at the Craigmonie Theatre, Drumnadrochit
Short Film Block 2 : 7 to 9.10pm

Films to be Screened :

When the Tide comes in, White Cobra, Coming to the Tune, Dillstone Remix, Breathe, Just Say Hi, Mr Snuggles, Niro the Dog, Hell in the Highlands, Last Rites, Casting Session, Godhammer, We Sit We Drink No Guns, Tableau

Sunday 26th July at the Abriachan Hall 1-4pm
Guerrilla Filmmaking Afternoon

Aimed at Children aged 4-12 interested in film and welcome to join us in creating a 2-3 minute short film, all ideas for the film are welcome via our email, facebook and twitter and on the day, remember this is more family oriented with children participating as attempt to make a guerrilla film against the odds with canon equipment, GoPro and flip cameras to learn and enjoy. There will be a Loch Ness barbecue held at Abriachan hall from 2 til the screening at 3.30pm

guerilla filmmaking 2014

At the Abriachan Hall 3.30-4pm : Shorts made by the Kids

We are screening shorts made by kids in the highlands from our very own previous guerrilla filmmaking day from 2014 and from Eden Court young digi class & the Findhorn Foundation.

For updates please see our Facebook Page.