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Skim For England

Skim For England will be screened in the Saturday night block from 7 to 9 pm July 28th at the Craigmonie Theatre, Glen Urquhart High School, Drumnadrochit
All Screenings are Free Entry
Skim For England is shortlisted for Best Comedy Nessie


Frank wants to be a world champion. His chosen discipline? Competitive stone skimming. A tosser for as long as he can remember, Frank believes that with discipline, dedication and purposeful practice, he’s sure for victory.

Master of None’s documentary comedy follows Frank’s journey from his home in County Durham to the 2016 World Stone Skimming Championships in Scotland, where he will go hand to hand with the biggest names in the sport, battling to become the world’s best skimmer.

Genre : Documentary
Running Time : 29m
Director – Tom Oxenham
Producer – Hugo Nicholson

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