The 2022 Adventure Travel Film Festival Scotland runs for three days, from Friday 8th July to Sunday 10th July, 2022.
We’ll have a detailed program for all three days available closer to the event.
Sort of! We’re showing the films that featured in the 2021 Cotswolds festival. The 2022 Cotswolds festival will have a different program (which we hope to show in July 2023).
Yes, the Adventure Travel Film Festival Scotland is a whole-weekend residential event. We don’t offer non-residential, single-day or single-session tickets – we’re all in this together the whole way, guys!
Yes, all tickets include all six meals (from dinner on Friday through to lunch on Sunday). Strathallan School is in a beautiful rural location with nowhere nearby to buy food, and there’s no cooking allowed on the campsite, so we need to be sure that nobody’s left hungry!
Yes, as long as they’re under your direct supervision at all times. Please bear in mind that there are no activities specifically designed for children, so younger ones in particular may not enjoy themselves. Also, all children will need their own festival ticket. Please note that our films have generally not been classified by the BBFC, and we can’t guarantee they are suitable for under-18s.
With apologies, because of our own fixed costs and limited number of seats, we can’t offer discounted tickets.
No, sorry, your pets need to stay home and watch PetTV instead.
Strathallan School is a fully non-smoking campus. There is one designated outdoor smoking area provided, where you may smoke or vape. There’s no smoking or vaping anywhere else (including outdoors in the grounds/campsite).
You can read it here.
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No, it’s being organised by Kona and Patrick of the Crieff Cloverleaf. Don’t worry, we’re just as manically enthusiastic. (Well Kona is, anyway, says Patrick.)
A single bed, including sheets, duvet and one pillow. Please bring your own additional pillow(s) if you need more than one. Please remember to bring your own towel, as towels are not provided.
No, but single-sex bathrooms are provided within the boarding house, close to the bedrooms.
Please bring a compact hiking-style tent, rather than a giant auto-tent, as our camping area is not enormous!
No, sorry, to protect the landscaped grounds, no vehicles can be parked on the grass. We’ll provide a nearby parking area for motorcycles. Some cars may be parked further away, but you’ll be able to drop off your tent and kit at the camping area. If you need assistance with your bags, our lovely volunteers can help. (If you’re a blue badge holder needing disabled parking, please let us know when you book your ticket.)
Yes you can. Please note that campervans will be parked in a car park on hard standing, so you won’t be able to put up an awning / gazebo etc. Also, there won’t be any electric hook-ups available.
No, sorry, our parking space is limited and we don’t have room for cars with caravans.
No, sorry, no fire at all is allowed on the campsite – so this means NO campfires, camping stoves, portable BBQs etc.
Yes, showers are available in the sports facilities and boarding house.
When you buy your ticket, you’ll be asked whether you’re omnivore, vegetarian or vegan. A meat choice and a vegetarian choice will be available to all at every meal, but if you want vegan meals, you need to specify the vegan option. When you buy your ticket, you can also tell us about any allergies. We’ll discuss these with the catering department and get in touch if they foresee any problems.
Yes, our Festival Shop will have a range of snacks available.
Yes, we’ll have a range of alcoholic drinks and soft drinks available in the afternoon and evening.
Selling drinks at our Festival Bar helps us make the event financially viable, so we’d be very grateful if you’d buy your drinks from us rather than bringing them in. Our bar prices will be reasonable! If you do need to bring some supplies with you, please bring cans or plastic bottles – no glass bottles or jars should be brought on site.
We plan to have contactless payment devices available for our shop and bar – but yes, we suggest bringing some cash too, just in case we’re unlucky enough to have a Bad Technology Day! (You know what it’s like…)
Go here to see it on a map.
No, parking is free for motorbikes, cars and campervans. We ask you to specify what vehicle you’re planning to bring when you buy your festival ticket. This helps us with our parking area planning.
Go here to see your transport options from the city of Perth to Forgandenny.
Yes it will, thanks to our awesome resident cartoon/design team.
The price is £16 per T-shirt, and you can order one when you buy your Festival ticket.
You collect your order when you check into the Festival on Friday 8th July 2022 – so we suggest you don’t buy a T-shirt if you’re not coming!
Maybe. We’ll print a small handful of extras, but if you definitely want one, best to order it in advance!
A top-quality, silky-soft unisex T-shirt from Stanley/Stella – 100% organic cotton, vegan-friendly, Fair Wear.
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