Before 9pm, Film

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Stephen Fry Live: More Fool Me

  • 2014

A live event to mark the publication of Stephen Fry's brand new volume of memoirs More Fool Me. Get a sneak preview of the new book: a heady tale of the late eighties and early nineties in which Stephen - driven to create, perform and entertain - burned bright and partied hard and damn the consequences.

Abbeygate Cinema, Bury St Edmunds

Wed 1 Oct

0871 902 5722

  • 19:15

ADeC, Ely

Wed 1 Oct

01353 666388

  • 19:30

Aldeburgh Cinema

Wed 1 Oct

01728 452996

  • 19:00

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…and at 103 other places

Portobello Film Club

Film screening followed by a discussion. Plus – free popcorn.

The Skylark, Edinburgh

Wed 3 Sep

Free / 0131 629 3037

  • 19:30

Wed 1 Oct

Free / 0131 629 3037

  • 19:30

Wed 5 Nov

Free / 0131 629 3037

  • 19:30
…and 4 more dates until 4 Mar 2015

Ancient Skies

A viewing of the fulldome film, which explores the relationships that ancient cultures had with the skies. Featuring interviews with archeo-astronomers and 360 degree time-lapse footage taken of various mesolithic and neolithic sites.

Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

Tue 2 Sep

01962 863791

  • 16:00

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

  • 16:00 – 17:30

Wed 17 Sep

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

Followed by Q&A with director Grant Wakefield.

  • 18:00 – 21:00

Arthur Jafa and Kara Keeling: Touching the Imperceptible

Cinematographer, director and cultural critic Arthur Jafa and Prof Kara Keeling of USC, author of The Witch's Flight: The Cinematic, the Black Femme, and the Image of Common Sense, in a (kind of) conversation about blackness, queerness and cinema.

Tramway, Glasgow

Sat 27 Sep

£6 for Saturday pass; £14 for weekend pass / 0845 330 3501

Part of ARIKA14 Episode 6: Make a Way Out of No Way.

Anatomy Minis

Variety show for families with babies and toddlers ages 0–3.

Summerhall, Edinburgh

Sun 5 Oct

Free / 0131 560 1581

  • 11:00 – 12:00
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The Big Screen in the City

Catch the summers sporting events live on the big screen at City Exchange Square with The World Cup, Indian Cricket Tour of England, Wimbeldon, Tour de France, The Open Championship and the Commonwealth Games all being screened.

Exchange Square, London EC2A

Tue 2 Sep

Free

  • 08:00

Wed 3 Sep

Free

  • 08:00

Thu 4 Sep

Free

  • 08:00

Fri 5 Sep

Free

  • 08:00

Dalziel + Scullion: Tumadh | Immersion

  • 4 stars

Work from the celebrated environmental artists, exploring relations between mankind and the natural world, shown at An Lanntair in Stornoway and Dovecot in Edinburgh.

Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh

Tue 2 Sep

Free / 0131 550 3660

Part of Generation.

  • 10:30 – 17:30

Wed 3 Sep

Free / 0131 550 3660

Part of Generation.

  • 10:30 – 17:30

Thu 4 Sep

Free / 0131 550 3660

Part of Generation.

  • 10:30 – 17:30
…and 8 more dates until 13 Sep

Filmageddon 6: Ghost Protocol

Filmageddon returns again to the screen at The Prince Charles Cinema for it's next instalment. A Film Quiz made by film fans for film fans held on the big screen as it should be. Grab a beer, take a seat and buckle up for Filmageddon 6!

Prince Charles Cinema, London WC2H

Tue 2 Sep

£6 ( £4) / 020 7494 3654

  • 20:30 – 22:30

Frank Williams: More Tea Vicar?

Frank Williams, one of the only remaining cast members of the classic series Dad's Army, reveals some of the secrets behind one of the most popular TV successes of all time

Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham

Fri 19 Sep

£12 (£10) / 01476 406158

  • 19:30

Haverhill Arts Centre

Sat 6 Sep

£10–£12 / 01440 714140

  • 15:00

The Royal Hippodrome, Eastbourne

Sun 7 Sep

£13.50 (Children £11.50; £11.50; £11.50) / 01323 412000

  • 15:00

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Lucy Skaer

A drawing, a film and two wooden sculptures, influenced by the maverick English surrealist Leonora Carrington.

Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow

Tue 2 Sep

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Wed 3 Sep

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Thu 4 Sep

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00
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40 Years of Star Wars: Changes in Film Technology

An epic exploration of 40 years of Star Wars and the magic behind its making. Investigate the scientific development of visual effects production and the scientific possibilities offered up by the series' science fiction originations, as experts examine the science of Star Wars across a past, present and a future not too…

Muirhead Tower, Birmingham

Sat 6 Sep

Free

Part of British Science Festival.

50 Things To Do Before You're 11¾: Go Bird Watching

See how many birds you can spot around the garden and parkland, including wrens, swans, kingfishers, woodpeckers and a tawny owl.

National Trust: Sheffield Park Garden, Uckfield

Tue 2 Sep

Free, plus admission £8.50, child £4.25, family £21.25 / 01825 790231

  • 10:30 – 16:00

Wed 3 Sep

Free, plus admission £8.50, child £4.25, family £21.25 / 01825 790231

  • 10:30 – 16:00

Thu 4 Sep

Free, plus admission £8.50, child £4.25, family £21.25 / 01825 790231

  • 10:30 – 16:00
…and 118 more dates until 31 Dec

Adult Screen Summer School: Making a Short Film

Intensive three week course for those who are passionate about film-making, and who want to develop their understanding and skills in the industry. Suitable for beginners and those with previous experience. Ages 17+.

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow

Tue 2 Sep

£1300 / 0141 270 8303

Wed 3 Sep

£1300 / 0141 270 8303

Thu 4 Sep

£1300 / 0141 270 8303

Fri 5 Sep

£1300 / 0141 270 8303

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

Tue 16 Sep

Over-18s only

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Wed 15 Oct

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Thu 6 Nov

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Tue 2 Dec

£8–£10 / 01962 863791

  • 18:00 – 22:00

Backyard Cinema

Cinema-going in style, with plush seats, classic films, beer from Brew Dog and tasty eats from Honest Burger. Not your average popcorn/sweets kind of a deal, then.

Camden Lock, London NW1

Wed 3 Sep

£15–£29 / 020 7284 2084

  • 19:00

Thu 4 Sep

£15–£29 / 020 7284 2084

  • 19:00
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BAFTA Screenwriters' Lecture Series

A series of lectures presented by BAFTA and the BFI featuring prominent screenwriters.

BAFTA, London W1J

Mon 29 Sep

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7734 0022

This lecture is from Steven Knight, writer of Dirty Pretty Things, Eastern Promises and Locke.

  • 19:00

BFI Southbank, London SE1

Thu 18 Sep

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7928 3232

A lecture from James Schamus, screenwriter of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and The Ice Storm.

  • 19:00

Sat 20 Sep

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7928 3232

This lecture is from Emma Thompson, actress and acclaimed screenwriter of Sense and Sensibility and the Nanny McPhee movies.

  • 19:00

Bloody Cinema

A surprise crime film (because we can't be reading all the time), plus food supplied by Loving Food.

Stirling Old Town Jail

Sat 20 Sep

£15 / 01786 450050

Part of Bloody Scotland.

  • 19:30 – 22:00

Bokeh Yeah!

A monthly get together of DSLR video makers to share camera knowledge, demonstrate kit and techniques, showcase and critique films made with this technology.

MadLab, Manchester

Thu 4 Sep

Phone for prices

  • 19:00 – 21:00

The Boy Who Turned Yellow

  • 1972
  • UK
  • 54 min
  • U
  • Directed by: Michael Powell
  • Written by: Emeric Pressburger
  • Cast: Mark Dightam, Robert Eddison, Helen Weir, Brian Worth

In Powell and Pressburger's swansong, London becomes electric. And very yellow. When young John dozes off in class, he find himself chummed by Nick, the human electrode! Never mind that, his pet mouse has found its way into the Tower of London, a crime which carries a slight punishment: John's beheading! Made for the…

Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge

Fri 5 Sep

0871 902 5720

Brighton Mini Maker Faire

Art and crafts get comfy with science and technology as this family friendly festival of all things creative.

Brighton Dome

Sat 6 Sep

£8; £6 adv / 01273 709709

  • 10:00 – 18:00

Corn Exchange, Brighton

Sat 6 Sep

£6 in advance; £8 on the door (Children free) / 020 7284 3444

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Broadway! A Night at the Movies

Musical extravaganza featuring a cast of dancers, West End singers, songs and more. Including songs from Dirty Dancing, Footloose, Mamma Mia, The Blues Brothers, Olver!, Annie, The Rocky Horror picture Show, Fame, Singin' in the Rain, My Fair Lady and more.

Dundee Rep

Tue 27 Jan 2015

£12–£20 (Children £7–£9; Students £12; Seniors £14) / 01382 223530

  • 19:30

Wed 28 Jan 2015

£12–£20 (Children £7–£9; Students £12; Seniors £14) / 01382 223530

  • 19:30

Thu 29 Jan 2015

£12–£20 (Children £7–£9; Students £12; Seniors £14) / 01382 223530

  • 14:30
  • 19:30
…and 2 more dates until 31 Jan 2015

CASA Night of Ideas

A celebration of Latin American culture in the heart of East London.

The Rose Lipman Building, London N1

Sat 13 Sep

£7 inc coffee all night and breakfast; £5 adv, inc coffee all night and breakfast

  • 18:00 – 06:00

Choose Your Own Documentary

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.

Hull Truck Theatre

Fri 14 Nov

£12 (£10) / 01482 323638

  • 20:00

Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea

Wed 3 Sep

£15

  • 20:00

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.

  • 19:30

Cult Screens Oxford

The pop-up cinema experience returns to Oxford Castle Unlocked, running from 24-27 July, 21-24 August and 18-21 September. The programme of films is as follows:

Oxford Castle Unlocked

Tue 2 Sep

£12.50 ticket and cushion; £14.50 ticket and bean bag / 01865 260666

  • 20:45

Wed 3 Sep

£12.50 ticket and cushion; £14.50 ticket and bean bag / 01865 260666

  • 20:45

Thu 4 Sep

£12.50 ticket and cushion; £14.50 ticket and bean bag / 01865 260666

  • 20:45
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