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CineMasters: The Coen Brothers

Exploring how two directors have barely put a foot wrong after almost four decades in the industry.

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The Shining Programme Note

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

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Call Me by Your Name Programme Notes

by The Scotsman film critic Alistair Harkness

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Where We Are Now (Shorts In Support)

An interview with filmmaker Lucie Rachel about her short documentary Where We Are Now.

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Such Is Life (Shorts In Support)

An interview with Stuart Elliott about his short film Such Is Life

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Life Cycles (Shorts In Support)

An interview with animator Ross Hogg about his short Life Cycles.

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The Party

The Scotsman's film critic Alistair Harkness discusses the latest offering from Sally Potter

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CineMasters: Claire Denis

Kevin Fullerton discusses the four films chosen to screen part of CineMasters: Claire Denis

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CineMasters: Jean-Pierre Melville

The Skinny Film Editor, Jamie Dunn, writes about the iconic filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville

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Beautiful, But Lonely: God's Own Country

Marc David Jacobs discusses where God's Own Country fits into British cinema about relationships between gay men.

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Riot and Rebellion: Kathryn Bigelow's Detroit

Marc David Jacobs offers some historical context and additional detail on the real-life events that Detroit is based upon.

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A Ghost Story

Sean Greenhorn discusses A Ghost Story's hypnotic explorations of time and the afterlife

All Monday to Friday shows before 5pm have capacity capped at 50% (unless otherwise stated). All other screenings have full unlimited seating capacity (unless otherwise stated).

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