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Same-spot artist Sam Firth aims to defy critics of £10,000 project

A woman from Knoydart who filmed herself standing by a Highland loch every day for a year has said she hopes the final film will defy her critics.

Sam Firth stood in the same spot for 10 minutes each day over the course of 12 months.

However, she had faced criticism after receiving £10,000 of public funding for the project.

The 60 hours of footage has been edited into a 14-minute film called Stay the Same, which will be screened at a number of major film festivals.

BBC Reporting Scotland's Jackie O'Brien visited her in Lochaber ahead of the film's preview.

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