Do you have a short film from or about the Dunoon and Cowal area? Get in touch with Sean@dunoonfilmfestival.org with a screening link, and you could be in with the chance to screen at Dunoon Film Festival 2015!
Deadline Friday 24 July.
Please upload your film online and send a screening link, we will consider films of any length. All films will be viewed by festival programmers and you will be notified if your film has been successful in early August.
This year's programme is still in the making, but we still have the 2014 programme available for the curious (pdf).
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Based at Dunoon's historic Burgh Hall and in the Studio Cinema, the festival will once again celebrate the best of Scottish and world cinema, bringing together new discoveries, long-lost classics, and old favourites. Join us for an exciting weekend of music, movies and guests.
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