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MICRO-SHORT HORROR – ‘TENT’

In this micro-short horror, directed by Craig-James Moncur, children are abducted by the hideous, Lantern Man.

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SHORT HORROR – ‘IT WILL NOT LEAVE’

In this short horror, directed by Craig-James Moncur, a man is haunted by a terrifying and inescapable assailant.  He learns that guilt can be an unforgiving foe.

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TAM HELPS YOU TALK TO THE ELDERLY

Upset cos your Granda can’t hear you? Put an end to having to repeat yourself.

Life coach, Tam dishes out his sage advice on how you can effectively communicate with the elderly and save time roaring at the top of your lungs.


Tam’s Tips is part of BBC Scotland’s The Social

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TAM’S ADVICE ON HOW NOT TO LOOK TIGHT

Fed up of people plundering your chewing gum?  Not any more.

Life coach, Tam dishes out his sage advice on how you can keep your chewing gum to yourself and still look like you’re not a tight dick.


Tam’s Tips is part of BBC Scotland’s The Social

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LIFE COACH, TAM’S ADVICE ON LENDING

Tired of never getting the stuff back that you lent to your pals? Become your own personal loan shark.

Life coach, Tam dishes out his sage advice on how you can create an instant contract for your friends who are always asking to borrow your gear.


Tam’s Tips is part of BBC Scotland’s The Social

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Ricklesburgh goes to ESFF

Last Exit to Ricklesburgh will be heading to this year’s Edinburgh Short Film Festival!

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The screening will take place on Sunday 15 November at Summerhall from 7:30pm.  Come and join us for an evening of fantastic films and excellent beers!

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Screening their regular, eclectic and diverse programme of outstanding and award-winning contemporary British and short cinema in November 2015, the festival is hosting films and guests from the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival, screening Italian shorts curated by the Sardinia Film Festival, hosting a night of Edinburgh Gothic shorts (of which Last Exit to Ricklesburgh is part of) celebrating Robert Louis Stevenson’s birth by showing the 1920 silent movie short film ‘Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde’ and hosting special retrospective screenings of short film work by the Student Academy Award nominated film-maker and award-winning artist Damon Mohl.