A festival celebrating the creative sector in the Highlands and Islands has issued a call for film entries.
Launching this year's goNORTH festival – now in its 12th year – organisers also announced that the festival will have its own, dedicated internet-based radio station to cover the event, which is scheduled for June 6-7 and includes several music concerts in the programme.
It is being organised by ScreenHI and goEVENTS, Scottish Government-funded bodies developing the creative industries in the Highlands and Islands.
goNORTH is taking place in Inverness.
Says ScreenHI: “There will be an even greater emphasis on the screen and broadcast industries. For this year’s festival, a new online radio station, goNORTH radio, will be launched. This will be a live streamed radio station broadcasting interviews with guest speakers and delegates, clips from films, live gigs, highlights from the workshops and seminars and specially-recorded performances. The festival radio will be managed and delivered by ScreenHI’s radio and media partner, Dabster Productions, along with ten trainees from the across the Highlands and Islands.”
The film section of the festival is “open to any filmmaker for any genre up to 30 minutes”.
For more details, visit www.gonorth.biz