Evening events, Film
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The Museum of Light
Create inspirational art, hear wondrous tales, be astounded by science and gaze in awe at the magnificence of the night sky! A wide range of ‘light’ inspired activities are on offer throughout the evening, so why not try your hand at painting with light, have your face painted with glow-in-the-dark colours or give making…
Sat 17 May
Free / 0300 300 1210
Part of Festival of Museums.
- 19:00 – 00:00
No Redemption Songs
Ribbon Road A powerful and evocative mixed-media performance performed by Ribbon Road with songs by Brenda Heslop, and a film by Keith Pattison. The show marks the 30th anniversary of the 1984/5 Miners' Strike. Pattison's photos document events at Easington Colliery, Co Durham, following the striking miners and their…
Sun 17 Aug
£8 (£6) / 0131 346 8237
Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Norman McLaren: The Student Films
A collection of short films from internationally renowned experimental filmmaker Norman McLaren.
Sat 3 May
0141 353 4500
Part of McLaren.
The Robber (Der Rauber)
- 97 min
- Directed by: Benjamin Heisenberg
- Written by: Benjamin Heisenberg, Martin Prinz
- Cast: Andreas Lust
- UK release: 21 March 2014
The true story of Johann Rettenberger, a marathon athlete who robbed banks.
Wed 23 Apr
Wed 23 Apr
0116 242 2800
An interactive journey through the culture and landscape of Aboriginal Australia where children are invited to explore, play and dance with the performers. Ages 4–8.
Thu 15 May
£5–£7 / 01475 723723
Thu 8 May
£10 (Family £8 each) / 0131 228 1404
Tickets available Mar 17. Part of Imaginate Festival.
Everyone is welcome at these open sessions for screenwriters, from the novice to the professional. Meetings start with an industry talk followed by a Q&A and a workshopping session on scripts brought along by participants. Ages 16+.
Mon 12 May
£3 / 0141 352 4900
Southside Film Festival
A super-local festival that brings an eclectic programme of films and workshops to 'pop up' cinemas in various Southside venues (cafes, pubs, clubs, schools, libraries, parks, even a boat shed). Film choices are often site specific or engage audiences by producing an event around the film.
Sun 11 May
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.
Sat 17 May
Free (ticketed) / 0141 552 4601
Fri 25 Apr
Free (ticketed) / 01224 641122
Sun 27 Apr
Free (ticketed) / 0131 557 8989