The Festival is currently seeking exciting, unusual
and intriguing new films for the next event.
Photographers are also encouraged to enter our photography competitions.
Click on the buttons above to find out how to submit your film or photographs
to the EMFF.
here to read an independent review of EMFF 2007 by Oliver Metherell,
journalist and climber.
What did you think of the EMFF?
Was it better than previous festivals? What were the best and worst
films? Which lectures did you enjoy most and why? Were the photography
displays and exhibitions what you were expecting?
If you have any views on the recent festival, from the venue and your
view of the screens, to comments on films or tickets prices, please
let us know. We hope the make the next festival bigger and better -
but we need to know your thoughts to help us improve.
If you have any comments to make, please email us - we'd love to hear
from you! Remember to tell us about what was good as well as what was
not up to scratch!
Please send an email to Festival Director Stevie Christie:
here to email the EMFF
Some comments by attendees are listed below:
"What an inspiring range of films. Really enjoyed it"
Mr I Kelt, Edinburgh
"I really enjoyed the festival - and have enjoyed all the events
over the past few years."
Donna Gray, Glasgow
"Although I initially went for the films, I found the lectures
very enjoyable too. An excellent night out"
Mr B Jenkins, Edinburgh
"A great event. Terrific films (especially
those shot in Scotland) and inspiring lectures. Can't wait until next
Jane Jones, Newcastle
"Doug Scott's lecture on Haston was really insightful and I felt
priveleged to be there to hear it. Not for the first time at the EMFF
though - Jamie Andrew, Liz Duff and Andrew Greig all gave wonderful
lectures at previous festivals. Keep it up!"
John Carmichael, Fife