The Dundee Mountain Film Festival is the UK’s longest continuous running mountain film festival. It showcases an international programme of speakers, as well as award winning films and exhibitions, mainly held in the Bonar Hall, Dundee. We will also have a full supporting exhibition of art, photography, trade and voluntary organisations stands and displays. Come and enjoy this unforgettable opportunity to see, hear, and experience outstanding stories of courage, adventure, and exploration. The festival in 2016 will be held on 24 - 26 November.
Tickets are now available on line, by post and from retail outlets. See our ticket page. The brochure is available from our retail outlets and will be posted to the mailing list recipients shortly. You can also download the brochure here.
We invite potential sponsors to discuss participation
in our exciting film festival.
You can download a sponsorship pack here.
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Book Launch at Dundee
Dundee author Alan Rowan's debut mountain book focussed on climbing the Munros after midnight and sitting on the summits to watch the sun rise as an antidote to working long, unsociable hours. The new book picks up where Moonwalker left off, and charts the next ten years as Alan tries to 'compleat' the Corbetts in similar fashion while also taking in a second round of Munros.
There's more moonwalking and more sunrises, more madness and more mayhem, as the nocturnal chase gathers pace in a series of adventures that will pull you through a welter of emotions. Passionate, poignant, funny and surreal, it's everything you would want from a mountain book, so come along and meet the author and grab the opportunity to get your copy at this exclusive launch.
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A link to our Flickr photostream. Open, then click on "Albums" to sort the photographs by year/festival. If you want to use any of these photographs please let us know first and and credit Dundee Mountain Film Festival as owners. There are no charges or formalities though, its just nice to know how they are being used!