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Weekly Listing 14 20 Feb 2020

Weekly Listing 21 26 Feb 2020

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6 March

A Ghost Waits (N/C 18+)

With hints of Beetlejuice and Ghost, first-time director Adam Stovall’s remarkable comedy romance features a fantastic performance from headliner MacLeod Andrews, star of They Look Like People and The Siren.

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3-4 March

A White, White Day (N/C 15+)

A stunning drama told with understanding, humour and heartbreak.​

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3-5 March

Bacurau (18)

A bracing mash-up of genres and political comment which offers stinging insights into the state of modern Brazil and the legacy of colonialism

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4-5 March

Because We Are Girls (N/C 15+)

Shining a light on the importance of support from the people that are closest to you

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27-28 February

Body of Water (N/C 15+)

A sensitive depiction of the impact that an eating disorder can have on an individual and their loved ones

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5 March

Death of a Vlogger (N/C 18+)

FrightFest brings its August 2019 First Blood audience favourite home to Scotland

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6-7 March

Denmark (N/C 15+)

It isn’t quite that simple in a bittersweet comedy where desperate measures might just lead to unexpected opportunities

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29 February - 1 March

Escape from Pretoria (N/C 15+)

A thrilling dramatisation of true events, Escape from Pretoria is based on the book by Tim Jenkin, played here by Daniel Radcliffe

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4-5 March

Eternal Beauty (N/C 15+)

Told with delicious deadpan wit, imagination and bags of style, this film is a complete charmer

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1 March

Flint (N/C 8+)

Anthony Baxter (You’ve Been Trumped) has followed the Michigan water supply situation over six years of denial, evasion, betrayal and hypocrisy in which the city’s poorest residents have suffered the most.

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29 February - 1 March

Gutterbee (N/C 15+)

Actor Ulrich Thomsen’s second film as writer/ director invites us on a blackly comic wild ride into the American heartland.

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1 March

Henry Glassie: Field Work (N/C 8+)

This combination of wise words and beautiful objects is comfort viewing for the soul.

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