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Fri 22 Oct - Thu 28 Oct
They're creepy and they're Kooky...
16/10 - 24/10
Bond is back!
16/10 - 27/10
Conni's mischievous cat Mau follows her on her kindergarten trip, causing mayhem, confusion and laughs.
23/10 - 24/10
From the World's Most Spectacular Opera series, experience the lov...
Opening Event - Special Preview Screening
An intimate exploration of how everyday lives intertwine with borders in the Indian subcontinent.
After legalisation of burning of the forest in Bolivia, voluntary firemen stand against the worst fires Bolivia ever experienced.
Award-winning archive curator, Shona Thomson, returns to CSDF
A third generation Shoah survivor reconstructs her estranged father's family history.
Special Preview Screening
Adventure unfolds across four continents as an eagle hunter, a hawk whisperer, and a falcon racer awaken an ancient art to connect to the wild that is fading out of sight and out of mind.
Richard Demarco CBE - the iconic art promoter who brought the biggest names to the Edinburgh Festival, yet at 91, is now in a race against time to save his incredible archive.
The inside story of Jamie Driscoll’s first 12 months as the new North of Tyne Mayor.
Follow the Glasgow Tigers throughout a tumultuous season as they race across the UK.
1974 - In the midst of the Brazilian dictatorship, the authorities tested the limits of their power against more than 90 boys. Forgetting is not an option.
A collection of short and documentary films that has everything a cycle-centric audience could want.
"Epic....A sombre, valuable film"
Read Peter Bradsha...
Dive into archive film and video of RNLI crews and communities, with an immersive soundtrack from some of the UK’s best contemporary musicians.
For Kayden, Jag, and Amar, awakening to and expressing their sexuality within conservative South Asian families was a lonely and terrifying experience.
An archive film that takes audiences on a whirlwind tour of Scotland's football history.
From playing Frank Longbottom in Harry Potter to Adolf Hitler in Captain America, James Payton has been part of the British Film Industry for the best part of 20 years. Yet he is still largely unknown.
Van Jones, a Black progressive activist, controversially crossing party lines to win bipartisan support for criminal justice reform and the response to the addiction crisis.
This is a story about a unique crew of Dorset Bus Drivers whose amateur dramatics group decide to ditch doing another pantomime and try something different.
The first cinema documentary entirely in Scottish Gaelic, Iorram (Boat Song)
is a lyrical portrait of the fishing community in Scotland's Outer Hebrides
A love letter from film to football
02/11 - 04/11
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