The closing night of the
festival is always a special occasion. A fantastic line up of films
kicks off the evening. The prize giving ceremony then precedes a
lecture by Alan Hinkes! Tickets £12.
Eye of the Storm (23 mins)
A reflective ski film, celebrating the beauty of the mountains in winter. and the dangers they pose.
Dave (12 mins)
A profile of top Scottish climber, Dave MacLeod.
Cold (20 mins)
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the past 25 years, 16 teams have tried and failed to climb one of
Pakistan's 8,000m peaks in winter. In February 2011, Simone Moro, Denis
Urubko and Cory Richards (pic above) succeeded - but the ordeal almost
killed them. Cory carried a small camera and this is the story of the
climb, from his raw and honest lens.
FINALIST - BEST FILM AWARD
My Own Hands (4 mins)
A climber finds inspiration for new routes - or should that be roots?
FINALIST - BEST SHORT FILM
Raffle in aid of the John Muir Trust
The winners of all 3 films categories will be announced:
- The Tiso Best Film Award
- The Alien Rock Best Short Film
- People's Choice Award
We will also announce the winners of the EMFF Photography competitions
at this time.
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Lecture: Alan Hinkes
Surviving the Death Zone
Alan Hinkes is the only British mountaineer to have climbed all 14 of the world's 8,000m peaks.
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