Tuesday Treats


We'd like to offer you £6 tickets for selected Tuesday screenings. 

Coming soon:

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The Last Tree - Tuesday 8 October (20.35)

Femi, a British boy of Nigerian heritage moves to inner London to live with his mum, after a happy childhood in rural Lincolnshire. Struggling with the unfamiliar culture and values of his new environment, teenage Femi has to figure out which path to adulthood he wants to take, and what it means to be a young black man in London. Shola Amoo's second feature is a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age drama, which explores universal themes of identity and belonging.

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Her Century - Tuesday 15 October (18.15)

Scotland’s women lived through major social change in the twentieth century, challenging their roles in society and fighting for equality: at work and at home, from classroom to croft, and from girlhood to motherhood. Discover their stories and hear their voices in Her Century, a timely collection of archive film curated by the National Library of Scotland and guaranteed to spark debate. These films are screened together for the first time in a touring programme full of contemporary relevance.

Featuring work from Scottish female filmmakers including Sarah Erulkar, Brigid ‘Budge’ Cooper and Jenny Gilbertson, these rarely-seen films follow women’s histories through 100 years of filmmaking in Scotland.

This screening will be introduced by Girlhood Gang.

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Malcolm X - 35mm - Tuesday 22 October (18.15)

We could not be happier to be able to provide this important seminal film screening for you, in respect of Black History Month and on 35mm. This is going to be special. Biographical epic of the influential Black Nationalist leader, from his early life and career as a small-time gangster, to his ministry as a member of the Nation of Islam. Civil-rights leader Malcolm X is strikingly immortalised in Spike Lee’s panoramic biopic, tracing his remarkable transformation from incarcerated juvenile felon to globally-renowned religious statesman. Denzel Washington delivers an electrifying performance as the charismatic and controversial minister, while co-star Angela Bassett brings understated, stoic elegance to her portrayal of his wife, Dr Betty Shabazz. 

This screening will be hosted by Layla-Roxanne Hill, writer/curator-artist/activist-organiser and director at Scotland's investigative journalism co-operative, The Ferret.

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Monos - Tuesday 29 October (18.15)

High in the mountains of South America, a ragtag band of child soldiers brandishing guns stand guard over a ‘conscripted’ milk cow and a kidnapped American engineer. Awaiting instructions, the kids stave off boredom with feral teenage raves, until an attack forces them to abandon their base. A wildly original vision from Alejandro Landes and screenwriter Alexis dos Santos referencing horrors on their own continent, Monos is an anarchic and darkly electric thriller made all the more unsettling by Mica Levi’s brilliant score. 

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