The cameras rolled at Lauder Moor at the weekend to capture footage for a new visitor centre at Culloden Battlefield. Hundreds turned out to re-enact the battle.
The Jacobite forces prepared to go into battle against the British Army. A mix of battle re-enactment group members and volunteers took part in the event.
The battle scenes on the Borders moor aimed to recreate as authentically as possible the action at Culloden.
When the film is screened it hopes to give the modern viewer an idea of the brutality of the battle.
The setting at Lauder Moor was used because the site at Culloden itself is considered to be a war grave.
Under the leadership of the Duke of Cumberland the British forces entered the fray.
A slightly nervous looking member of the British army prepared to face the Jacobites.
The British forces recorded a resounding victory at Culloden effectively ending Jacobite hopes of reclaiming the throne.
Members of both sides of the battle mingled safely during breaks between filming at the weekend.
Visitors to the new Culloden centre will go face to face with the men who took part in the battle.