HIFF 2021

Tues 20 - Sat 24 July

Back for its seventh year, the Hebrides International Film Festival (HIFF) 2021 is setting up in An Lanntair and community venues across the islands with a wealth of films, documentaries, and accompanying shorts exploring this year’s theme ‘Islands, Environments and Remote Communities’.

Taking place from Tuesday 20 to Saturday 24 July, the HIFF screenings at An Lanntair are listed below (click film titles for details), and for more about HIFF visit www.hebfilmfestival.org 

Tuesday 20 July
11am – The Call of the Wild   (Plus Short: The Owl and the Pussycat)
2pm – Haida Modern  (Plus Short: The Coin)
5:30pm – Nevertown  (Plus Short: Mara the Seal Wife)
8pm – Ice on Fire  (Plus Short: I am Fragile)

Wednesday 21 July
11am – Acasa my Home  (Plus Short: The Shepherdess)
2pm – Maya the Bee 3, The Golden Orb  (Plus Short: A Place for Penguins)
5:30pm – The Fight for Greenland  (Plus Short: Danni the Champion)
8pm – Horse Thieves Roads of Time  (Plus Short: The Coin)

Thursday 22 July
11am – Losing Alaska  (Plus Short: The Shepherdess)
2pm – Away (Plus Short: The Owl and the Pussycat)
5:30pm – Manry at Sea  (Plus Short: Found/Berneray Archive Film)
8pm – Dark Waters  (Plus Short: OK Chloe)

Friday 23 July
11am – Fire will Come  (Plus Short: I am Fragile)
2pm – Current Sea  (Plus Short: Surface)
5:30pm – Arracht  (Plus Short: Water Flows Together)
8pm – Limbo  (Plus Short: Welcome to Gwichyaa Zhee)

Saturday 24 July
11am – Emocean  (Plus Short: Lowland Kids)
2pm – Whale Wisdom  (Plus Short: The Elvermen)
5:30pm – Iorram  (Plus Short: The Art of Weaving)
8pm – Nomadland  (Plus Short: Wild Lea)

An Lanntair Cinema: COVID-Safety guidelines:
Bookings must only be made for a maximum of 10 people from one household,  (children under 12 are exempt from this)
– 2m distancing must be observed at all times and facemasks worn (unless eating/drinking, under-5, or medically unable to do so)
– Customers must take allocated seats to ensure household groups are socially distanced
– Cinema snacks and drinks are available to purchase from the Café/Bar
– Cinema stewards will not require physical tickets, but will ask for name and order number
– You will be asked for your contact details for Test and Protect when making your booking