Exploring the world on two or three wheels has been chosen as the theme for the first-ever adventure travel film festival to be held in the grounds of a historic Moray castle.
Brodie Castle will be the venue for the programme of nearly 30 movies with organisers also offering a rare opportunity to camp in the picturesque grounds as part of it.
Pedalling in Patagonia, rickshawing in India, motorbiking through the Himalayas and climbing to Australia’s highest point by handcycle are all stories that will feature during the weekend.
The films have been chosen to celebrate inspiring feats accomplished by travellers across the world.
James Dean, operations manager at Brodie Castle, said: “We’re getting geared up to share these amazing tales about travel on bikes, rickshaws, canoes and on foot.
“This is the only place in the UK these films will be shown, and we can’t wait to welcome audiences to Brodie Castle to explore all that this beautiful place has to offer.”
The three-day festival will run from September 13 to 15. Ticket information is available online at www.nts.org.uk