EMFF Guest Speakers 2017

We’re delighted to announce the speakers for EMFF 2017. Tickets for all sessions are currently available at special early bird prices. Be quick – the offer ends this weekend! To check prices and buy tickets, click here.

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Saturday 4th February: afternoon session, 2pm: Greg Boswell
One of Scotland’s top winter climbers, when he’s not out there pushing the limits, Greg’s also been known to indulge in a spot of bear-bashing.
Learn more about Greg – click here

Saturday 4th February: evening session, 7pm: Steph Davis
One of the world’s boldest free solo climbers, Steph has a string of incredible first ascents to her name. And then there’s the BASE-jumping, and the wingsuit flying. We don’t call this session Saturday Night Extreme for nothing! Be quick – this session will sell out!
Learn more about Steph – click here

Sunday 5th February: morning session – films only, no speaker

Sunday 5th February: afternoon session, 2pm – Luke Robertson
Luke is a Scottish adventurer, based in Edinburgh. With a pacemaker fitted and having been through emergency brain surgery, he’s shown that these are no barriers to achieving great things and pushing the boundaries.
Learn more about Luke – click here

Sunday 5th February; evening session, 7pm – Jamie Andrew
Jamie describes himself as an amputee mountaineer and adventurer. You may well know his incredible story. Returning to the festival as a guest speaker for the first time since 2003, Jamie will share stories of his more recent adventures, including his ongoing duel with the Matterhorn.
Learn more about Jamie – click here

More details about the lectures and, of course, the films, coming soon. #EMFF2017 

 

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