Seachd now on DVD

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Fred Riley

Mar 3, 2008, 8:29:15 AM3/3/08
to Gaelic learners,
Message below from Simon Miller, Director of the film "Seachd: The
Inaccessible Pinnacle". For further info on the film and to join the
'Seachd e-team', see Please forward where relevant.




Subject: Seachd available on DVD + we're going International!


We're delighted to announce that Seachd: The Inaccessible Pinnacle is
now available to buy or rent on DVD. The film is currently available
in Region 2 (European) format with English, Scottish Gaelic, Irish
Gaelic and Welsh subtitles.

The DVD also includes:
* The original short film - "Foighidinn: The Crimson Snowdrop" - from
which Seachd grew
* Director's commentary with Simon Miller and Angus Peter Campbell
* Deleted scenes
* Interviews with cast and crew
* Footage from the Ceilidh after the premiere at the Edinburgh
International Film Festival

You can buy the DVD right now at these online stores:

Buy from Amazon:

Buy from Play:

Buy from HMV:;-1;-1;-1&sku=743963

Buy from Zaavi:

And also from Borders, Moviemail and Blockbuster


Young Films has secured a deal with Altadena Films, an international
sales agent, to sell Gaelic feature film Seachd - The Inaccessible
Pinnacle, around the world. Altadena will represent the film at the
Berlin Film Festival then at markets and festivals around the world
thereafter. For the international market the English title will be
Seachd - The Crimson Snowdrop.

Altadena Films (previously Inframe Films) specialises in acquiring
rights to exceptional independent feature films by talented directors.
The company is part of Hollywood Classics, which represents the
classic film libraries of MGM/UA, Universal, 20th Century Fox,
Columbia Pictures, Warner Bros., Canal Plus and Carlton International,
as well as a number of films from independent producers.

So we hope Seachd will be coming to a country near you soon!

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