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Backyard Cinema Zombie Apocalypse

Eight zombie films screened across eight days, plus a whole heap of live zombie action to fight your way through before reaching the cinema.There's also draft & bottled beer courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery, antidote cocktails and the guys from Benito's Hat dish up Zombie burritos and tacos.

Hackney Wick, London E9

Fri 31 Oct

£30

Sat 1 Nov

£30

Sun 2 Nov

£30

…and 5 more dates until 7 Nov

Write Shoot Cut

Monthly short film networking night taking open submissions for screening and discussion.

Filmhouse, Edinburgh

Mon 10 Nov

£6 (£5) / 0131 228 2688

Mon 8 Dec

£6 (£5) / 0131 228 2688

Italian Cinema

A programme of specially chosen films showcasing the diversity of Italian cinema. Hosted by Dr Pasquale Iannone.

CCA, Glasgow

Sun 26 Oct

Free / 0141 352 4900

Horror Classic Film Night

Celebrate Hallowe'en with a classic silent horror film. Featuring live music and sound effects by Gladstone's Bag. Go in fancy dress as your favourite horror movie character.

Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, Glasgow

Fri 31 Oct

0141 553 0840

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GFT Film Quiz

Test your knowledge against some of Scotland's cleverest film critics. Ages 18+.

CCA, Glasgow

Tue 28 Oct

£1 / 0141 352 4900

Tue 25 Nov

£1 / 0141 352 4900

The Graeme Stephen Quartet: Nosferatu

Jazz guitarist Stephen leads his quartet through a live score to FW Murnau's 1922 horror classic German silent Nosferatu

Perth Concert Hall

Sat 25 Oct

Norie Miller Studio

£13 (£11; Children £11) / 01738 621031

The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

Wed 19 Nov

£14 (£12) / 0131 668 2019

Man Cave Wednesdays

A mix of sports and 'man films' on the big screen plus a £5 Thai chicken curry and pint of draft Heineken deal.

Mother's, Edinburgh

Wed 29 Oct

Free / 07881 367771

Wed 5 Nov

Free / 07881 367771

Wed 12 Nov

Free / 07881 367771

…and 11 more dates until 28 Jan 2015

Russell Brand

Brand talks about his ideas for a brighter world with The Guardians's Owen Jones. His latest book lays into government corruption, media fascists and the inevitability of revolution.

Emmanuel Centre, London SW1P

Thu 23 Oct

£25

The Waterfront, Greenock

Thu 23 Oct

£15 (£10) / 01475 732201

The Colour of Pomegranates

1968 film from Armenian director Sergei Parajanov about the life of an 18th-century poet, Aruthin Sayadin. Part of Manipulate Visual Theatre Festival.

Duke of York's Picturehouse, Brighton

Thu 27 Nov

0871 902 5728

Africa in Motion Closing Party

An evenign of dance and music to close the festival with a live performance from Ayawara and Afro-centric beats from the Edinburgh-based DJs Swank‘n’Jams.

Summerhall, Edinburgh

Fri 7 Nov

Free / 0131 560 1581

Part of Africa in Motion.

Africa in Motion Opening Party

Opening party for the African film festival following the screening of Soleils with a live performance from Sura Susso plus DJ Kwaby.

CCA, Glasgow

Sun 2 Nov

Free / 0141 352 4900

Part of Africa in Motion.

Alan Korb - BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival

This festival will present a series of films and documentaries which look at the enormous amount of change which has occurred in the Middle East and North Africa since the start of the uprisings in 2010.

BBC Broadcasting House, London W1A

Fri 31 Oct

Free / 0870 603 0304

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Cameron Carpenter: The Cabinet of Dr Caligari

Silent film The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari projected on the big screen complete with live accompaniment from award winning guitarist and composer Graeme Stephen.

Universal Hall Arts Centre, Findhorn

Fri 21 Nov

£10 (£8; Children £6) / 01309 690110

City Folk: The Story of Pinewoods Camp and English Country Dance in America

Ethnographic documentary exploring the English country dance movement in the US over the last 100 years, with a focus on Pinewoods Camp.

Cecil Sharp House, London NW1

Tue 4 Nov

Followed by a Q&A with one of the film’s producers, Daniel Walkowitz.

Cult Movie Mondays

Weekly screenings of movies that people go mad for.

Sofi's, Edinburgh

Mon 27 Oct

0131 555 7019

Mon 3 Nov

0131 555 7019

Mon 10 Nov

0131 555 7019

…and 7 more dates until 29 Dec

Hallam Foe: Adapting Scottish Books for Screen

Many Scottish books have been adapted into feature films. Join us in Filmhouse to hear about the process of adaptation before we watch Hallam Foe. Written by Peter Jinks and then turned into a film by David Mackenzie in 2007, Hallam Foe features a grown up Jamie Bell.

macrobert, Stirling

Tue 25 Nov

Free tbc / 01786 466666

Part of Book Week Scotland.

After Dark: Adults Only

Go to the science centre after all the kids have gone to sleep for the night, with the chance to get hands on with all the fun science activities that you have begrudgingly have to let them have first dibs at during the day. Plus, live shows in the UK's biggest capacity digital planetarium.

Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

Thu 6 Nov

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

Tue 2 Dec

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

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Algerian Shorts

A programme of award-winning short films from Algeria.

Hackney Picturehouse, London E8

Mon 3 Nov

0871 902 5734

Animating Science

A presentation and Q&A based around the design and animation that went in to the work created for the Dundee Science Festival 2014 by Fleet Collective.

Hannah Maclure Centre, Dundee

Wed 12 Nov

Free / 01382 868608

Part of Dundee Science Festival.

Before Crossing the Horizon

  • 120 min
  • Directed by: Habiba Djahnine

An exploration of the protests that unfolded in Algeria between 1988 and 2010.

Hackney Picturehouse, London E8

Mon 3 Nov

0871 902 5734

Black History Month

Educational, fun event.

Wellingborough Afro-Caribbean Association Centre

Fri 24 Oct

£3 (Children £2) / 01933 222095

Sat 25 Oct

£3 (Children £2) / 01933 222095

Sun 26 Oct

£3 (Children £2) / 01933 222095

Boys

  • 78 min
  • Directed by: Mischa Kamp
  • Cast: Gijs Blom, Ko Zandvliet

When Sieger and Marc's friendship develops into something more, they must both come to terms with their new feelings.

Hackney Picturehouse, London E8

Thu 23 Oct

0871 902 5734

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