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An Evening of Movies and Musicals

An evening of movie music featuring Lorna Luft (sister of Liza Minnelli), X Factor winner Joe McElderry and Britain's Got Talent winner Jai McDowell.

Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Sat 19 Apr

£20–£60 / 0131 629 6003

  • 19:30 – 21:30

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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Freeze Frame Film Club

A classic film club to satiate your desire for black and white cinematography, impeccably stylish wardrobes and actors with excellent elocution. The menu at the OOTB cafe is inspired by the evening's film.

Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Edinburgh

Fri 18 Apr

Free (two-course meal £12) / 0131 555 7101

  • 21:00

JAM Festival

Just About Movies (JAM) is a film festival that offers all the extra elements usually associated with a music festival, camping, bars, food, on-site entertainment, but instead of music stages there's multiple pop up cinemas. The event is set in the grounds of the 17th century, privately owned Tullibole Castle and…

Tullibole Castle, Kinross

Fri 29 Aug

£45–£55 for full weekend, £30 for Saturday only / 07918 176058

  • 12:00 – 01:30

La Freak's Smut Cinema

Looking for a new naughty cinematic experience? Well, La Freak'll help you out there, with a reel of spliced and edited glamoursmut taken from the web, with the option to buy some boring old popcorn or a much more interesting sounding 'O' bag. Ages 18+, natch.

The Macbeth, London N1

Mon 26 May

£10–£15 / madame@lafreak.co.uk

  • 20:00 – 00:00

Mon 28 Jul

£10–£15 / madame@lafreak.co.uk

  • 20:00 – 00:00
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Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

French film festival featuring a variety of Gallic cinematic treats.

Ciné lumière, London SW7

Sat 26 Apr

£12 / 020 7871 3515

  • 14:00 – 22:30

Sun 27 Apr

£12 / 020 7871 3515

  • 14:00 – 22:30

Mon 28 Apr

£12 / 020 7871 3515

  • 14:00 – 22:30

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

Sun 27 Apr

Free / 0131 225 6671

  • 12:00 – 17:00

Sun 4 May

Free / 0131 225 6671

  • 12:00 – 17:00

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.

…and 4 more dates until 9 Aug

Albert’s Band: Movie Magic

Albert's band, the Royal Albert hall's resident orchestra, present an interactive performance of popular film soundtracks. Concerts are held in the Hall's Elgar Room, with an area reserved for children to sit in front of the stage so they can get close to the action.

Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Tue 27 May

Elgar Room

£8.14 (Children £5.08; under 2s free) / 020 7589 8212

Analogue Adventures: Children's Direct-Animation Workshop

A chance for kids to make abstract animations on 16mm celluloid filmstrips. Learn how to draw, paint, etch and collage directly onto the celluloid to create a moving image. Ages 7–11. Booking is essential.

Stills, Edinburgh

Sat 7 Jun

Free / 0131 622 6200

  • 14:00
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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

Animation in Context: Screening and Discussion

An afternoon of screenings, discussions and guest speakers exploring the medium of animation. Celebrating Norman McLaren's centenary, this is the result of research and discussion between members of the group aiming to highlight issues of relevance for moving image practitioners, artists, writers and spectators alike.

CCA, Glasgow

Sat 7 Jun

Free / 0141 352 4900

Part of McLaren.

  • 14:00

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

Art Village

Art Village returns to Shawlands Arcade with the first of a series of monthly that will stretch right across the summer and into the autumn. Contemporary original art, craft and design, short films activities and workshops open all through the summer holidays. We’re back by popular demand, find out why!

Shawlands Arcade, Glasgow

Sun 11 May

Free / 0141 636 8550

Part of Southside Fringe.

  • 12:00 – 16:00

Sun 18 May

Free / 0141 636 8550

Part of Southside Fringe.

  • 12:00 – 16:00

Sun 25 May

Free / 0141 636 8550

Part of Southside Fringe.

  • 12:00 – 16:00

BBC SSO: Modern Times

Charlie Chaplin's 1936 classic features Chaplin's own score, as personally hummed by him to a professional orchestrator, played live here by the BBC SSO. It's been restored and is conducted by Timothy Brock; among its pleasures are the tune that would later become Chaplin's only hit song, 'Smile'.

City Halls, Glasgow

Thu 12 Jun

Grand Hall

£16 / 0141 353 8000

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Bedwyr Williams: The Starry Messenger

The artist gives a presentation on his work at the Venice Biennale, following a screening of Starry Messenger and its outtakes.

Glasgow Film Theatre

Sat 19 Apr

£8 (£6.50) / 0141 332 6535

Part of Glasgow International.

  • 18:15

Beyond Zero: 1914–1918

A combination production from the Kronos Quartet, Serbian composer Aleksandra Vrebalov and filmmaker Bill Morrison, who uses rare and partial destroyed archive images to create his pieces.

Edinburgh Festival Theatre

Mon 18 Aug

£15 / 0844 557 2686

Part of Edinburgh International Festival.

Bolshoi Ballet Live: Jewels

Inspired by the famous jewellers of New York's Fifth Avenue, this triptych is a tribute to women, and to the cities of Paris, New York and St Petersburg.

Cineworld Milton Keynes

Sat 19 Apr

0871 200 2000

Brassed Off

  • Written by: Paul Allen

Musical adaptation of the popular film, here directed by Damian Cruden.

Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Wed 23 Apr

£15.50–£30.25 (£10.50–£28.25) / 02476 553055

Thu 24 Apr

£15.50–£30.25 (£10.50–£28.25) / 02476 553055

Fri 25 Apr

£15.50–£30.25 (£10.50–£28.25) / 02476 553055

Sat 26 Apr

£15.50–£30.25 (£10.50–£28.25) / 02476 553055

King's Theatre, Edinburgh

Tue 29 Apr

£14–£29.50 / 0131 529 6000

Wed 30 Apr

£14–£29.50 / 0131 529 6000

Thu 1 May

£14–£29.50 / 0131 529 6000

…and 2 more dates until 3 May

Breakin' Convention

  • Written by: Jonzi D

Sadler's Wells plays host to the annual international festival of hip hop dance theatre. 2010 marks the seventh year of the festival, which features an array of dance including lockers, poppers, b-boys/girls and house dancers. The festival is hosted by artistic director and MC Jonzi D, and attracts dancers from all over…

CAST, Doncaster

Sat 10 May

£16; £8 under 26s (£12) / 01302 303959

  • 19:30
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Celluloid Tweed

Screening of a biking feature film, followed by a series of shorts on the theme of bikes, chosen from an open entry contest.

Eastgate Theatre & Arts Centre, Peebles

Thu 29 May

£8 / 01721 725777

Ceol's Craic

Monthly Gaelic club and platform for Gaelic art and culture. Children under 14 welcome until 10pm.

CCA, Glasgow

Sat 31 May

£10 (£8) / 0141 352 4900

This New Collaborations night features Margaret Nicolson (na h-Òganaich), Calum Martin, Ceitlin Smith, Innes Strachan (Niteworks), Ian Smith (Trail West) and Alasdair Whyte, plus Julian Corrie (Miaoux Miaoux) and Niteworks.

Choose Your Own Documentary By Nathan Penlington

A found diary, a film crew, and an incredible true story. With 1500 versions and multiple endings, where will the story lead? You decide. An immersive theatre piece from CYOD Limited.

Komedia Brighton

Wed 28 May

£12 (£10) / 08452 938480

  • 20:30

Thu 29 May

£12 (£10) / 08452 938480

  • 20:30

Chorale – A Sam Shepard Roadshow

A unique roadshow extolling the talents of American playwright Sam Shepard. Featuring three plays, two films, a workshop and a night of music.

Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Fri 30 May

£15.50 (£8–£12.50) / 0131 228 1404

Double bill featuring feature film Savage/Love and new play The Animal (You).

  • 19:30

£10 (when booking a double bill £5) / 0131 228 1404

  • 00:00 (Saturday morning)

£15.50 (£8–£12.50) / 0131 228 1404

  • 00:00 (Saturday morning)

Classic Cinema: Films for Grown-ups

Watch classic films on the big screen at the Burrell for free.

Burrell Collection, Glasgow

Wed 16 Apr

Free / 0141 287 2550

This month's film is Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, from director Ang Lee.

  • 14:00

Sun 20 Apr

Free / 0141 287 2550

This month's film is Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, from director Ang Lee.

  • 14:00
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