Dunoon Burgh Hall Trust is delighted to present this seventh annual Dunoon Film Festival, which will take place at Dunoon Burgh Hall, The Studio Cinema and Dunoon Pier building, across local Cowal communities and schools and in the very streets of Dunoon.

At Dunoon Film Festival we delight in presenting film in unique ways. On Friday evening, we have a live musical accompaniment to the 1922 version of Rob Roy, which caused pandemonium when first screened in Glasgow.

Then on Saturday, we take to the streets of Dunoon for ‘A Wall Is A Screen’, a one-of-a-kind immersive filmic tour of the town. At the Burgh Hall we will have a lively sing-a-long screening of Calamity Jane followed by music to get you on the dancefloor.

Throughout our programme we reveal a snapshot of cinema, past and present, with a focus on the latest Scottish titles and two documentaries programmed by Cowal Cinema Club. We bring you new releases from legendary filmmakers Ken Loach and Pedro Almodóvar, along with films from local talent like Final Ascent: The Legend of Hamish MacInnes; Harry Birrell Presents Films of Love and War; and Connect. For the first time this year, many of our screenings will feature Hard of Hearing subtitles.

We look forward to welcoming you to the seventh Dunoon film festival!