Playing on the Pinn – Premier 6th April 2018
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Sometimes having to face something as challenging as grief can trigger healing.
Playing on the Pinn by Filmuphigh takes a personal journey to a dagger of rock on the Cuillin ridge on the Isle of Skye known as the Inaccessible Pinnacle.
After the sudden loss of her Mountaineering musician husband, Rachel Bolton decides not only to climb the Pinnacle but to play her fiddle to him on the top. A moving film with an original score and plenty of breathtaking and dizzying footage of Skye’s mountains.

Film Premiere: 6th April 2018 at the Siabod Cafe in Capel Curig with an evening of music and poetry from the film: https://www.moelsiabodcafe.co.uk/event/playing-on-the-pinn-film-music-night/

As well as the premier of the film we will be joined by Ian Wilson (Musician) & Sian Tower (Poet) who provided the music and poetry for the film. A night of drunken foot tapping should follow!

All proceeds from ticket sales will go towards the Siabod Cafes Reach Out for Nepal campaign for the fitting out of the Melamchi School in Nepal which was devastated in the 2015 Earthquake in association with Doug Scott’s charity Community Action Nepal (CAN).

Hot food will be available on the night until 7:00 pm. Drinks license until 10:30 pm. Film & Music estimated between 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm.

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