Programme

 

Our next event will be 24th to 26th November 2022. Full details about the programme to follow. In the meantime, we are delighted to announce our speakers for the 2022 Festival.

On Thursday evening, at the Steps Theatre, Mick Tighe will present a selection of archival films from his Scottish Mountain Heritage Collection, accompanied by live music and diddling from Steven Gellatly and Denis Shepherd!

Our Friday evening presenter is Pauline Sanderson, who will talk about her record breaking expedition “Worlds Longest Climb” – Dead Sea to Everest summit”

In association with The Munro Society, the Irvine Butterfield Memorial Lecture on Saturday morning will be given by local “Munro Moonwalker” Alan Rowan. Alan will talk about his experience of walking during the night!

The Saturday afternoon speaker is poet, writer and outdoor enthusiast, Helen Mort. Helen has a particular interest in mountaineering and womanhood, the subjects of her latest title “A Line Above the Sky”

Returning to the Dundee Mountain Film Festival after a number of years, is the ever popular Alan Hinkes. Alan will enthuse about his  adventures & extreme exploits towards becoming the first Briton to summit all fourteen 8000 metre peaks.

Film Submission

If you have submitted a film during 2020 or 2021 there is no need to re-submit the film as we will of course consider films from these years. For enquiries about the presenters and films, website , or if you want to submit films by email contact allan@dmff.org.uk.

 

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As usual, we can accept film entries via FilmFreeway

 

 

International Alliance for Mountain Film logo We will also be accepting film submissions through the International Alliance for Mountain Film (IAMF). You can submit a film just to our festival, or submit a film to multiple festivals.

 

The final day for film submissions is 31st July 2022

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