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, all held in the Bonar Hall, Dundee. 2015 will present two evening programmes on 26th and 27th, and one full day programme on the 28th Nov, all featuring films and personal appearances. The 27th and 28th will 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.
29 November 2015: The film "And Then We Swam" was voted by our audience as their most favourite film, the "People's Choice". Congratulations to Ben Finney, the Director, from us all, and thanks for allowing us to show the film. You can download the film from Steepedge for a small fee.
28 November 2015: Found - set of car keys - a large bunch if keys which seem to include keys for two different cars was left at the Bonar Hall. Contact the Dundee Rep office if they are yours.
28 November 2015: For the
next two weeks, if you present your DMFF ticket stub in Tiso (Dundee
and Perth) you will receive a discount on your shopping. You will
get double discount on your Outdoor Experience Card or free Outdoor
Experience Card sign up with one off double discount on first shop.
23 November 2015: Jen Randall's film, Operation Moffatt won the "Best Climbing Film" and "People's Choice" awards at the Kendal Mountain Festival. The film also won "Jury Special Mention" at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Jen will screen the film during her presentation on Saturday Afternoon.
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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!