About FilmG

Are you looking to showcase your filmmaking skills, or have you got an idea that could make a fab TV programme? FilmG is the perfect platform for you! We have both a Youth and an Open category with a host of prizes available in either category. FilmG 2015 will be launched in the coming weeks, so be sure to keep your ear to the ground for news of this year’s theme!

2015 Theme

The theme for FilmG 2015 was unveiled at the competition launch event at Sgoil Lionacleit on the Isle of Benbecula. The chosen theme is ‘Gealladh’ which means ‘promise’, ‘vow’ or ‘wager’ and as usual we’ve created a series of images to help illustrate it.  These are just our interpretations and we’re sure that you’ll have some interesting ideas of your own.


2015 Promises to be the Best Yet for Gaelic Short Film Competition FilmG. FilmG, the national Gaelic Short Film Competition got off to a fantastic start yesterday when renowned Scottish and Gaelic actor David Walker visited Dunoon Grammar School for the first of this year’s schools workshops. FilmG, which has gained in popularity amongst youngsters and teachers since its inception seven years, has become one of the most credible ways for young more...

FilmG 2011

Power of the Hood

Martin Symons