Protest! Britain on Film

At a time of intense public activism both at home and across the globe, explore the varied and fascinating history of public protest in the UK with this new archive film programme. The film tells a story not just about specific protests and their causes, but about a tumultuous century, the constant presence of public […]

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An Introduction to Filmmaking

Join us for a fun and interactive introduction to early filmmaking with Alasdair Satchell. Expect an insightful talk and chance to view film clips and talk about your experiences of cinema. All ages welcome. […]

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Final Ascent: The Legend of Hamish MacInnes

The legend of Hamish MacInnes began early. At 16 he climbed the Matterhorn. At 17 he built his first motor car – from scratch. As an explorer, expedition leader and engineer he achieved world fame. But at the age of 84, his accomplishments could not save him from being institutionalised against his will, suffering from […]

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Fun Film Club: The NeverEnding Story (Autism Friendly)

On his way to school, Bastian ducks into a bookstore to avoid bullies. Sneaking away with a book called ‘The Neverending Story’ Bastian begins reading it, and discovers a new land called Fantasia. A magical journey about the power of a young boy’s imagination to save a dying fantasy land, The NeverEnding Story remains a […]

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Late Night Classic: Alien

After investigating a distress call on a desolate planet, the crew of the deep space tug Nostromo come under threat from a mysterious extraterrestrial life form with violent and lethal survival instincts. Ridley Scott’s original perfectly bridges horror and science fiction, and stands up as a classic of both genres 40 years from its release. […]

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Rob Roy with Live Score

This impressive and rarely screened biopic of one of Scotland’s best-known outlaws was filmed on location in the Trossachs and Stirling Castle and tells the story of the MacGregors in the early 18th century. Featuring epic fight scenes with over 800 men of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders enlisted as extras in a dramatic battle, […]

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Le Brio

Neïla dreamed of becoming a lawyer since a young age. Newly enrolled at a renowned Parisian Law School, she runs up against Pierre, a professor known for his provocative behaviour and misconduct. To redeem himself, he agrees to prep Neïla for a prestigious public speaking contest. Cynical and demanding, Pierre might become the mentor she […]

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Woman at War

Halla is a 50-year-old environmental activist who crusades against the local aluminium industry in Iceland. As her actions grow bolder, her life changes in the blink of an eye when she is finally granted permission to adopt a girl from the Ukraine. A thrillingly offbeat gem featuring a brilliant lead turn and the breathtaking beauty […]

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Dunoon On Film: Reece de Ville

Following a passion for cinema and the communities that make it happen in more far flung locations, filmmaker Reece de Ville travelled from down south to Dunoon Film Festival in 2018. This documentary charts his journey and his experiences at last year’s festival. […]

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Harold & Lillian: A Love Story

An engaging documentary looking at the craft of storyboard writing through the life and times of Harold Michelson and his researcher wife Lillian. Nobody knew their names but everybody wanted to work with them. With clips of interviews with famous directors and numerous films. Cowal Cinema Club event Followed by an informal chat about the […]

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