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Permanent Post-War Cinema?

One festival invades another when Edinburgh International Film Festival Director Chris Fujiwara discusses cinema after the Second World War.

The Hub, Edinburgh

Sun 24 Aug

£6 / 0844 557 2686

Part of Edinburgh International Festival.

Animation from the Scottish Screen Archive

Dip into a century of Scottish animation with this collection, including work by famed Orkney filmmaker Margaret Tait, and award-winning filmmaker Norman McLaren.

Glasgow Film Theatre

Sun 4 May

Prices to be confirmed / 0141 332 6535

Part of McLaren.

  • 15:00

The Art of Drawn Movements: Animation Films by GSA Alumni

A varied selection of animated films by GSA alumni, from Norman McLaren’s own abstract classic Lines Horizontal to recent graduate Ross Hogg’s The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat.

Glasgow Film Theatre

Sat 3 May

0141 332 6535

Introduced by Dr Sarah Smith and followed by a short Q&A with some of the included filmmakers. Part of McLaren.

  • 13:45

Dundead Horror Film Quiz

Test your knowledge of horror films and see if you can win some 'dead' good prizes.

Dundee Contemporary Arts

Thu 1 May

£2 / 01382 909900

Part of Dundead.

  • 18:30
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Look How Far We've Come: Getting Racism Back on the Agenda? Conference

A conference on the current state of racism in Britain, which follows a book and DVD under the Look How Far We've Come programme.

Abbey Centre, London SW1P

Thu 8 May

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7222 0303

Lucy Skaer

A drawing, a film and two wooden sculptures, drawing on the influence of the maverick English surrealist Leonora Carrington.

Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow

Fri 6 Jun

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Sat 7 Jun

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Sun 8 Jun

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 11:00 – 16:00
…and 180 more dates until 4 Jan 2015

Mystery Film Monday

Turn up and find out whether it's a past, present or future classic.

Odeon Dudley

Mon 21 Apr

0871 22 44 007

Neu! Reekie!

Avant-garde spoken word, film and music fusion night describing itself as 'playing host to the sinister and the sanguine'.

Summerhall, Edinburgh

Fri 25 Apr

£8.50 / 0845 874 3001

This edition, Michael Pedersen and Kevin Williamson host Fife folktronica act the Pitctish Trail; poet and short story writer Salena Godden; and the launch of a collection from the late Tom McGrath, read by 'assorted cultural bigwigs'; plus more names to be announced.

Pop-Up Politics presents Yippee Ki Yay, Muthaf**ker

Pop-Up Politics presents A Communiqué Film Night.,Southside Stalwart Brian Mclean presents a unique film lecture on the American Action movie and the conflicting ideological positions they allow. "See you in hell, Mclean".

Southside Fringe HQ, Glasgow

Tue 13 May

Free Donation expected

Part of Southside Fringe.

  • 19:00 – 22:00
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RSA 188th Annual Exhibitions 2014: Focus on Film

The Royal Scottish Academy's 188th annual exhibition has a special focus in 2014 on artists whose work incorporates the moving image. Featured artists include Margaret Tait Award winners Stephen Sutcliffe and Rachel Maclean, as well as Margaret Tait herself and other artists whose work includes film, such as John Byrne…

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

Sun 20 Apr

Free / 0131 225 6671

  • 12:00 – 17:00

Mon 21 Apr

Free / 0131 225 6671

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Tue 22 Apr

Free / 0131 225 6671

  • 10:00 – 17:00
…and 12 more dates until 4 May

SciScreen: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 or Exploiting the Genome

Dr Doug Vernimmen, Chancellor's Fellow at the Roslin Institute, introduces a screening of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with a short talk on the science behind genetically modified organisms and its depiction in science fiction. A Q&A follows the film screening.

Cineworld Fountainpark, Edinburgh

Mon 21 Apr

Free with cinema ticket / 0871 200 2000

  • 18:30

a small story: eine kleine geschichte

Starcatchers and Theater o.N. present a world of objects and visual storytelling for 2–4 year olds.

Church Hill Theatre, Edinburgh

Tue 6 May

£10 (Family £8 each) / 0131 228 1404

Tickets on sale Mar 17. Part of Imaginate Festival.

  • 13:30
  • 15:00

Wed 7 May

£10 (Family £8 each) / 0131 228 1404

Tickets on sale Mar 17. Part of Imaginate Festival.

  • 09:30
  • 11:30

Thu 8 May

£10 (Family £8 each) / 0131 228 1404

Tickets on sale Mar 17. Part of Imaginate Festival.

  • 13:30
  • 15:00
…and 2 more dates until 10 May

Eden Court Theatre, Inverness

Wed 21 May

£6 / 01463 234234

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

Thu 22 May

£6 / 01463 234234

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

Fri 23 May

£6 / 01463 234234

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

Sat 24 May

£6 / 01463 234234

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

Wed 14 May

£7.70 / 01224 642230

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

Thu 15 May

£7.70 / 01224 642230

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

Fri 16 May

£7.70 / 01224 642230

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

Sat 17 May

£7.70 / 01224 642230

  • 10:30
  • 13:30

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Literature Talk and Film with Dr Jane Mackay: Henry James' The Portrait of a Lady

Get in-depth with James' novel about talented young American Isabel Archer, followed by a screening of the 1996 film version starring Nicole Kidman.

Lincoln Drill Hall

Fri 25 Apr

£6.50 for the talk only; £10 for the talk and film / 01522 873894

Manet: Portraying Life

An look at the exhibition of more than 50 works, including masterpieces like Music in the Tuileries, Olympia, Luncheon on the Grass and The Railway. Hosted by Tim Marlow with expert guests and featuring behind-the-scenes footage and a biography of Manet and 19th century Paris.

Gulbenkian, Canterbury

Sun 20 Apr

01227 769075

  • 19:00
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Organ Concert

The West of England Theatre Organ Society presents an organ concert by Nigel Ogden on the only Compton theatre pipe organ in an Odeon cinema outside of London.

Odeon Weston Super Mare

Sun 8 Jun

0871 22 44 007

Sun 14 Sep

0871 22 44 007

Sun 16 Nov

0871 22 44 007

Pixelate Film Festival

Film festival encompassing fiction, documentary and experimental narratives from first and second year students at the outset of their careers.

The Poly, Falmouth

Thu 19 Jun

Free / 01326 319461

  • 18:00 – 23:00

Fri 20 Jun

Free / 01326 319461

  • 18:00 – 23:00

Sat 21 Jun

Free / 01326 319461

  • 18:00 – 23:00

Sing-a-Long-a Grease

Get dolled up as a T-bird or a Pink Lady for this fully interactive sing-along to the classic film, with dancing in the aisles.

Bristol Hippodrome

Sun 15 Jun

£15 / 0844 847 2325

Milton Keynes Theatre

Sun 21 Sep

£15 / 0844 871 7652

New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Sat 10 May

£15 / 0870 607 7533

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Star Trek Into Darkness – Live in Concert

Live musical accompaniment to the film is provided by the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Thu 29 May

£15–£55 / 0845 401 5034

Fri 30 May

£15–£55 / 0845 401 5034

Sat 31 May

£15–£55 / 0845 401 5034

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Subject Area: Artist's Film Screenings

A selection of artist's films curated by students from the Art Politics Transgression master's programme at Glasgow Uni, introduced by Dominic Paterson. The films are: Tom Varley – Violence. Silence.; Maja Borg – On Your Back Woman! (by Wolf Madame); Rachel Sharpe – Interzone; Anne-Marie Copestake – And Under That.

CCA, Glasgow

Fri 9 May

Over-16s only

Free / 0141 352 4900

  • 18:00

The University of Aberdeen May Festival

Aberdeen University's May Festival features music, film, literature and food-related events for the whole family.

University Of Aberdeen

Fri 9 May

£4–£10 / 01224 273233

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Sat 10 May

£4–£10 / 01224 273233

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Sun 11 May

£4–£10 / 01224 273233

  • 10:00 – 22:00

UWS School of Creative and Cultural Industries Annual Showcase

All are welcome at this presentation and prize giving ceremony for the University of the West of Scotland's creative film and music students. Email to book.

CCA, Glasgow

Tue 20 May

Over-18s only

Free / 0141 352 4900

  • 18:30

Thu 22 May

Over-18s only

Free / 0141 352 4900

Tonight, the Music Showcase.

  • 18:30

Where You're Meant To Be

A collaboration between lo-fi pop raconteur Aidan Moffat (Arab Strap) and filmmaker Paul Fegan as they tour Scotland documenting their journey. These live shows will be part ceilidh, part poetry recital, part gig featuring local guests along the way.

Barrowland, Glasgow

Sat 17 May

Free (ticketed) / 0141 552 4601

Blue Lamp, Aberdeen

Fri 25 Apr

Free (ticketed) / 01224 641122

The Caves, Edinburgh

Sun 27 Apr

Free (ticketed) / 0131 557 8989

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A Few Good Men

The Nomad Theatre present this witty courtroom drama.

Greenside, Edinburgh

Sun 3 Aug

Studio One

£12 (£10) / 0131 557 2124

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Mon 4 Aug

Studio One

£12 (£10) / 0131 557 2124

2 for 1 Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tue 5 Aug

Studio One

£12 (£10) / 0131 557 2124

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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