23 May, 2011

World's Rudest Movie Invades Loch Ness

Stirton Productions sweary, Scottish comedy 'One Day Removals,' is to screen at this year's Loch Ness Film Festival.

The festival, now in it's second year, is located in Drumnadrochit, on the banks of Loch Ness. The festival will run from May 26th - 29th and will be screening short films and features from around the world.

The movie's production team, director Mark Stirton and producers Michael Clark and Kerwin Robertson, will be attending the screening to answer questions after the movie.

Movie will screen on Saturday 28th at 7.30pm. The screening will be the first outing for the movie's new cut, created for our sales company Cinemavault.

'One Day Removals,' filmed in Aberdeen city and shire, contains more swearing than any other dramatic feature film. Not a film for the easily offended - but it does contain some very broad humour, for those that enjoy their comedy in large buckets.

If you are in the area and want tickets, they can be purchased from here.