Friday @ Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival


12noon – Magical Mystery Kid’s Film……


3pm – National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive presents Fun Films Fae Scotland (U) Join us for a unique sneak peak at films from the archive for all the family and discover the quirky side of your film heritage including a selection of from the local area.

6pm  – Cinemor77 Scottish Documentary Shorts

The Frying Game | Martin Lennon | Scotland |10 mins – The Frying Game takes a light hearted look at one of the symbols of modern Scotland, the Deep Fried Mars Bar. Allegedly it can give you an instant heart attack if you eat one, however where does this humble and quirky snack have its origins?

The Repairman | Bashrat Khan | Scotland | 6 mins – Bill Bailey runs one of the last remaining repair shops in the East End of Glasgow. Filmed over one day in his shop, Bill is a natural story teller who dreams of being in Taggart. This is the story of a community, the referendum and the disappearing art of repairing

Oor Wally |Martin Lennon | Scotland | 12 mins – Oor Wally (The Warrior) is a lighthearted documentary that follows Scotland’s most unique mascot Wally the Warrior across an eventful football season. Wally also happens to be Eleanor, a mother of eight and and granny of seven.

Dear Peter | Scott Willis | Scotland | 25 mins – After discovering a large collection of handwritten postcards in a secondhand shop, filmmaker Scott Willis begins a journey to track down their owner. But with the collection spanning over seventy years, a reunion seems unlikely. Who was Peter? How did his life end? And what happens to us when our time is up?

Eathie| Mike Webster | Scotland | 9 mins – Short documentary about adventure and wildlife photographer James Roddie and his descent of the obscure Eathie Gorge on the Black Isle in Scotland. This is potentially the first time this had been done, though information is hard to find.

My Private Life II | Jill Daniels | UK | 25 mins – In My Private Life II split screens create a powerful metaphor of the uneasy relationship between parents and daughter. Poetic enactments, home movies, voice-overs and observation of her parents daily lives give evocative glimpses into a family history defined by Daniels’ father’s undisclosed sexuality.

Submerged | Ernie Larsen & Sherry Millner | USA | 5 mins – An experimental doc, which proposes that the Mediterranean has become a permanent detention center for the migrants who never make it across the sea, as it superimposes onto  the ceaseless movement of the sea at the shoreline, segments of a list of migrants who have drowned or who lost their lives on shore, under police control or in dire conditions of neglect while caught under detention

Transit Zone | Frederik Subei | Scotland | 32 mins – Transit Zone is an authentic insight into the life of a refugee in the jungle of Calais. We enter the perspective of ‘Teefa’ who has fled the regime in Sudan. His dream is to make it one day onto one of the lorries leading to the UK – and hopefully a better life.


8pm – North Coast 500 | 20mins | 2016  & Q&A with Lee Craigie

7 women set out to break the record on the North Coast 500 route in a non- stop team time trial. 518 miles in 36 hours.

Monterey Pop Festival Poster

9pm – Monterey Pop Festival | D A Pennebaker | 1969 |USA (PG)

On a beautiful June weekend in 1967, at the beginning of the Summer of Love, the first Monterey International Pop Festival roared forward, capturing a decade’s spirit and ushering in a new era of rock and roll. Monterey featured career-making performances by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Otis Redding, but they were just a few among a wildly diverse cast that included Simon and Garfunkel, the Mamas and the Papas, the Who, the Byrds, Hugh Masekela, and the extraordinary Ravi Shankar. With his characteristic verite style, D. A. Pennebaker captured it all, immortalizing moments that have become legend:

Easy Rider

11pm  – Easy Rider|95min |Dennis Hopper | 1969 |USA (18)

Wyatt (Peter Fonda) and Billy (Dennis Hopper), two Harley-riding hippies, complete a drug deal in Southern California and decide to travel cross-country in search of spiritual truth. On their journey, they experience bigotry and hatred from the inhabitants of small-town America and also meet with other travelers seeking alternative lifestyles. After a terrifying drug experience in New Orleans, the two travelers wonder if they will ever find a way to live peacefully in America