What's on

All screenings

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8 June

Alive and Kicking (N/C 5+) + Social Dancing Event

Swing Dance documentary followed by social dancing in GFT Cinema 1

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25 May

Blackbird (15)

The debut feature from director and writer Jamie Chambers

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25 May

Blackbird + Q&A (15)

Actors Andrew Rothney and Patrick Wallace will take part in a Q&A following the 20.30 screening.

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28 May

Casablanca (U)

​Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Claude Rains’ death, we’re screening one of his greatest Oscar-nominated performances

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29 May

Celtic Soul (N/C 15+)

A snappy, extremely entertaining documentary from the director of Shatner’s World.

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29 May

Celtic Soul + satellite Q&A (N/C 15+)

Director Michael McNamara and subject Eoin O’Callaghan will join us for a satellite Q&A following the screening.

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30-31 May

Chinese Roulette (15)

An enthralling psychological drama with underlying societal commentary.

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23-28 May

Colossal (15)

A truly original film that balances epic action, nuanced characters and a witty deconstruction of indie rom-com tropes.

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24 June

Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle + Q&A (N/C 12+)

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Paul Sng, Lisa McKenzie and some of the other subjects featured in the film.

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25 June

Gregory Porter: Don't Forget Your Music + Q&A (N/C 12+)

This Scottish Premiere will be followed by a Q&A with producers Heather Taylor and Oonagh McDonnell

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26 May - 1 June

I Am Not Madame Bovary (12A)

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned...

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29 May

I Could Read the Sky + Q&A (15)

This screening will be followed by a discussion with Enda Delaney, historian and author of The Irish in Post-War Britain.

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