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September 2019

Weird Weekend

Sun 1 September
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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Free – £20
Black text on yellow background, "WEIRD WEEKEND"

Weird Weekend Cult Film Festival | 30/08-01/09/19 A weekend of strange and unseen cinema from around the world, showcasing orphans, outcasts and outliers, old and brand-new. Expect 12 films over three days - premieres, guests and plenty of bonus content at Glasgow's cult film festival. Matchbox Cineclub have scoured the world to bring you some of the strangest cinema ever made, almost all entirely unavailable in the UK – not on Netflix, DVD or VOD – including many never-before-screened in…

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Radical Home Cinema: Brunch Screening @ FourWalls

Sun 1 September @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Fourwalls, 35 Carnarvon Street
Glasgow, Scotland G3 6HP United Kingdom
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Free

Radical Home Cinema is an experimental programming and exhibition event where film lovers invite you to watch films in their homes. This event aims to break down the boundaries between public and private audiences, to present films in unexpected places and to turn the viewing experience into something completely new. Radical Home Cinema is part of Scalarama. Fourwalls Housing Co-op is a women-centered living space formed in Glasgow during the 90s by female members of the city's LBGTQ community. Join…

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Brunch Screening at Fourwalls – Radical Home Cinema

Sun 1 September @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Fourwalls, 35 Carnarvon Street
Glasgow, Scotland G3 6HP United Kingdom
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Free

Fourwalls Housing Co-op is a women-centered living space formed in Glasgow during the 90s by female members of the city's LBGTQ community. Join us for this special brunch-style screening. Fourwalls will kindly offer coffee, tea, fruit juice, vegan cinnamon buns, berries & yogurt(diary/vegan) Film: an activist fights to save the city she lives in during the urban redevelopment era of the 1960s. Join us for this special brunch-style screening. Fourwalls will kindly offer coffee, tea, fruit juice, vegan cinnamon buns,…

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Red Thread Film Club: The Good, the Bad, the Weird

Tue 3 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street
Glasgow, G2 3AU United Kingdom
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£3 – £4

In 1930s' Manchuria, an encounter on a train triggers an epic crusade for a treasure map, prompting a marathon chase in hot pursuit of the loot. Kim Jee-won's 2008 film The Good, the Bad and the Weird flips the script on the typical remake narrative with this South Korean version of a Western classic.This film expertly borrows from the spaghetti Western, as well as adding their own brand of slapstick violence and jaw dropping practical stunts. Come along and get…

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We Live in Public

Wed 4 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
ISO, 65 Virginia Street
Glasgow, Glasgow G1 1TS United Kingdom
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£3

ISO Design x Scalarama2019 presents We Live in Public, a film about Josh Harris, a poster boy for the Dot Com Bubble of the late 90s, "the greatest internet pioneer you've never heard of" and a remarkable yet ultimately marginalised outsider who made millions as a software developer before re-inventing himself as a conceptual artist. Filmmaker Ondi Timoner follows Harris over the course of 15 years, including documenting his Orwellian art-project-come-social-experiment Quiet: We Live in Public, in which he places…

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Seamore Cinema: Holy Motors with Video Essay

Thu 5 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema, CCH, 304 Maryhill Road, G20 7YE
Glasgow, City of Glasgow G20 7YE United Kingdom
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£5

The Seamore is delighted to present the 2012 Leo Carax film HOLY MOTORS, a stunning odyssey through the streets of Paris with the enigmatic Denis Lavant as he keeps various 'appointments' throughout a 24 hour period. The film is then followed by the video essay Holy Motors: Man Without A Movie Camera by esteemed essayist Kyle Kallgren. A must-see for the arthouse enthusiast!

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Activism in the City – Radical Home Cinema

Sat 7 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
kelvinbridge Glasgow, Scotland G4 9H United Kingdom + Google Map
Free

A special double bill exploring Glasgow's long-term relationship with grassroots activism. Hosted by Cinema Up Collective, in the flat of a local artist and activist, the screening hopes to rekindle Glasgow's radical past and inspire future action. Special guests director Fran Higson(United We Will Swim... Again) and activists from Pollok Free State. Films: Given To The People About the Pollok Free State protest against the building of the M77 motorway in 1990s. United We Will Swim … Again About the…

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Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre at Radical Home Cinema

Tue 10 September @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, 103 Trongate, Glasgow
Glasgow, Scotland G1 5HD United Kingdom
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Free

Documentary film 'Origins Of Sharmanka' The audience will be also treated to a short show of Bersudsky's kinemats, followed by discussion. Sharmanka was founded by sculptor-mechanic Eduard Bersudsky and theatre director Tatyana Jakovskaya in St.Petersburg (Russia) in 1989. International audiences have been fascinated by its magic, and based in Glasgow since 1996 it has gained a reputation as one of the city’s hidden treasures. "In December 2010 we travelled from Scotland to our native St Petersburg to visit places and…

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Seamore Cinema/Queens Cross Housing Association: Sunset Boulevard

Wed 11 September @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema, CCH, 304 Maryhill Road, G20 7YE
Glasgow, City of Glasgow G20 7YE United Kingdom
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Free

Come along to our free screening of SUNSET BOULEVARD with ree tea and biscuits! SUNSET BOULEVARD tells the story of Joe and Norma, a down on his luck screenwriter and a fading silent film star who team up for one last crack at the big time.

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Seamore Cinema: Of Fish and Foe (+ Live Debate)

Thu 12 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema, CCH, 304 Maryhill Road, G20 7YE
Glasgow, City of Glasgow G20 7YE United Kingdom
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Free – £8

OF FISH AND FOE follows brothers Kevin and John Pullar, fishermen struggling to sustain their business as animal activists oppose the Pullars at every turn. The film is followed by a live debate where audiences can have their say on the conflict between environmentalism and rural industries.

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Red Thread Film Club: The Mighty Ducks

Thu 12 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street
Glasgow, G2 3AU United Kingdom
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£3 – £4

The Mighty Ducks (1992) tells the story of Gordon Bombay, a lawyer who, after getting caught drunk driving, has to go back to his sporting roots and train a young, talented (but heavily lacking funds) ice hockey team as part of his community service. Initially reluctant towards his position and disparaging of the team, Bombay eventually begins to admire the lovable, wacky group of misfits, and turns them into the best team in the US. So get into flying V…

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Marzanna at Radical Home Cinema

Sat 14 September @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Marzanna’s Living Room, Temple District
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Free

Marzanna started this film adventure with Radical home Cinema back in 2015, with a bunch of school kids and their teacher in America, Blue Eyed (1996, Bertram Verhaag). Then it was Bulgaria and the Gypsies with the film Welcome Nowhere, narrated by Ethan Hawke. In 2017, we were Crossing the Bridge in Istanbul. In 2018 it was Govanhill with its Roma with the premiere of the documentary Atlas of Belonging (2018, Nicola Black) This September she decided to take us…

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Red Thread Film Club + Southern Exposure: Taika’s Interesting World

Sat 14 September @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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£4 – £6

Taika Waititi explores the disenfranchised Māori communities of 1980s New Zealand through the innocent perspective of his young, eccentric characters. A rising star in Hollywood, you’ll be aware of Taika Waititi’s work even if you don’t know his name. Taika’s sly sense of silliness makes for hilarious viewing but also allows us to look beyond the bravado of his larger than life characters, revealing painful emotional truths. Taika Waititi’s triumphant film Boy will be introduced by a rare UK screening…

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Kaleidoscopic Realms: Japanese Experimental Shorts of the ’70s & ’80s

Sun 15 September @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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Free – £8

A programme of short films by directors Naoto Yamakawa, Nobuhiro Aihara and Toshio Matsumoto. The films, spanning from 1975 up until the mid '80s, range from abstract experimentalism to more recognisable narrative structures, but all distort and challenge expectations of aesthetics, storytelling and recognition of oneself on film. Short films often offer a fleeting insight into perspectives outwith our own experiences, but this collection of shorts presents unexpected images, sounds and ideas which linger with you, utilising experimental techniques to…

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Seahorse

Mon 16 September @ 9:30 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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Free – £8

Seahorse (Jeanie Finlay, 2019) 1hr 31m Queer Classics and Matchbox Cineclub are delighted to screen Jeanie Finlay's documentary, Seahorse, the story of a dad who gave birth, which follows Freddy McConnell's journey through the pregnancy and birth of his son. Seahorse is an intimate documentary following Freddy McConnell's journey as a pregnant trans man, from Jeanie Finlay (director of Game of Thrones: The Last Watch, Orion: The Man Who Would Be King and The Great Hip Hop Hoax). After years…

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Southern Exposure presents: MEGA TIME SQUAD

Tue 17 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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£5.00

Welcome to Thames, New Zealand. Population: 7,518 – and falling. Unless of course you’re Johnny (Anton Tennet), the new member of a local gang led by Shelton (Jonny Brugh, What We Do in the Shadows). He’s multiplying. After Johnny is foiled in an effort to double-cross Shelton at his own game of masterminding the sleepy town’s unsurprisingly tame criminal underbelly, he inadvertently steals an ancient bracelet with which he can turn back time – and in the process create multiple clones…

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Rainbow Road/Seamore Cinema: Drop Dead Gorgeous (+ Live Drag Pageant)

Fri 20 September @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema, CCH, 304 Maryhill Road, G20 7YE
Glasgow, City of Glasgow G20 7YE United Kingdom
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Free – £8

Come along to the launch of Rainbow Road Film Club as we present DROP DEAD GORGEOUS, a mockumentary that follows the contestants of a Minnesota Beauty Pageant as the contestants begin to die is suspicious circumstances... The evening also gives you the chance to choose your own pageant winner as Glasgow's drag acts attempt to charm their way to success!

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Seamore Cinema: The Pubk Syndrome (+ Live Gig)

Sat 21 September @ 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
The Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema, CCH, 304 Maryhill Road, G20 7YE
Glasgow, City of Glasgow G20 7YE United Kingdom
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£4

THE PUNK SYNDROME is a film about Finnish punk rock band Pertti Kurikan Nimipaivat, formed by four developmentally disabled guys. The film follows their journey from obscurity into one of Finland's most cult acts. The film is then followed by an intimate gig from one of Glasgow's Punk bands.

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The Castle

Wed 25 September @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Seamore Community Cinema, 304 Maryhill Road
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G20 7YE United Kingdom
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Free – £6

Join us and banish the midweek melancholy with this sweet and funny Australian comedy. Follow the story of the eccentric Kerrigan Family and their patriarch Darryl as he tries to save his beloved family home from the clutches of the neighbouring airport's compulsory purchase order. Darryl is determined to fight this order and takes it to the courts, where his good nature and honest love of his family "castle" makes him some new friends and allies. So come and see…

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Gregg Araki’s Teen Apocalypse Trilogy

Thu 26 September @ 6:00 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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Free – £12

Totally Fucked Up (Gregg Araki, 1993) 1hr 25m The Doom Generation (Gregg Araki, 1995) 1hr 30m Nowhere (Gregg Araki, 1997) 1hr 25m A rare opportunity to see Gregg Araki’s '90s New Queer Cinema classics: the Teen Apocalypse Trilogy of Totally Fucked Up (1993), The Doom Generation (1995) and Nowhere (1997). A kaleidoscope of pop culture, nihilism, disenfranchised youth and…reptilian aliens. Teen Apocalypse Trilogy ticket (£12) Individual tickets are priced on a sliding scale, £0-£8, depending on what you can afford.…

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The Art and Politics of Eating at Radical Home Cinema

Sat 28 September @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
GreenCity Wholefoods, Greencity Wholefoods 23 Fleming Street, Dennistoun
Glasgow, Scotland G31 1PQ United Kingdom
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Free

Greencity Wholefoods will present two food documentaries by Zev Robinson, One Dish at a Time (The Eusebi Deli Story) https://vimeo.com/335710384, reflecting the evolution of food in Glasgow, and The Black Isle - https://vimeo.com/255969078 about local food production and circular economies in the region north of Inverness. It will be followed by a panel discussion about issues of local food and supply chains. Zev Robinson is a Canadian-British artist living near Glasgow, working on his art, film and food project The…

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Madrid, Capital City (Glasgow)

Sun 29 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JD United Kingdom
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£7

Part of Scalarama 2019, Cinemaattic hits back with the best independent cinema from Spain and Latin America, bringing a programme of short-films focused on a very particular town, Madrid. Protagonist, voyeur city, Madrid has seen the changes in contemporary Spain from a privileged point of view. This programme of films aims to help viewers to get a better feel for life there. Madrid resisted Franco’s bombing during the civil war, Madrid was the protagonist of Spain’s young democracy -embodied in…

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