Harry Birrell Presents Films of Love and War

Harry Birrell was given his first cine-camera as a boy in 1928. He spent his life recording incidents great and small. Matt Pinder’s beautifully composed, captivating documentary plunders the treasure trove of Harry’s 400 films and personal diaries to capture a vivid sense of wartime years spent in Bombay, the jungles of Burma and the […]

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Bait

Gruff and taciturn Martin Ward is a Cornish cove fisherman without a boat. His brother Steven uses their father’s old boat solely for tourist trips. As Martin struggles to save enough to buy his own vessel, the family rivalry takes its toll, not to mention the influx of London money, stag parties and holiday homes […]

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Calamity Jane

Loosely based on the real-life frontierswoman, Doris Day dazzles as gun-totin’ Calamity Jane Cannary. Jane journeys to Chicago to persuade a famous singing star to come perform at the local theatre in Deadwood City, but instead returns with an impostor, the star’s ambitious maid, Katie Brown. Join us for a knees up and sing along […]

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A Wall Is A Screen: Dunoon

As a combination of town centre walk and short film screening, the Hamburg-based artist group A Wall is a Screen will take you on a cinematic discovery through Dunoon. At each location the group will use existing walls and buildings to project different short films. By contextualizing the films and the public space they hope […]

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Only You

Elena, 35, and Jake, 26, meet by chance on New Years Eve in Glasgow and start a passionate relationship. Within weeks they are living together, and not long after they talk about starting a family. As the seasons pass, reality catches up with them. Falling in love was the easy part, but can they remain […]

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The Third Man

Described as the Best British Film of all time (BFI Poll), The Third Man has been given a stunning 4k restoration for its 70th Anniversary. Pulp novelist Holly Martins travels to shadowy, post-war Vienna, only to find himself investigating the mysterious death of an old friend, black-market opportunist Harry Lime. Carol Reed’s beautifully captured noir […]

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Cameraman: The Life and Works of Jack Cardiff

Cardiff was a camera operator becoming cinematographer for 73 films, documentaries and TV series. This documentary explores his impressive career which started in 1935 and whose work was said “to have altered the look of film”. With clips from many of the films he worked on, including The Vikings, The Red Shoes and A Matter […]

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Make Me Up

Multimedia artist Rachel Maclean has created a world that is both seductive and dangerous; a place where surveillance, violence and submission are a normalised part of daily life. She tackles these contradictions head-on and never balks at pushing boundaries. […]

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Connect

The directorial debut of Scottish filmmaker Marilyn Edmond, Connect follows the story of Brian, a young man battling with his mental heath. He never feels that it’s possible to share his feelings until he finds sources of support in home owner Jeff and single mum Sam. Lead actor Kevin Guthrie (Sunshine on Leith) delivers an […]

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Kids Movie Poster Making Workshop

Budding artist? Come and get creative in this hands-on workshop which will give you the basic skills for making your own movie posters. The best posters will be presented at our Sunday afternoon screening of The Wizard of Oz. Led by Jen Davies, Creative Director at Park Circus Films. Materials will be provided. For ages […]

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