This year’s Aberdeen Film Festival will take place in October 2016 and tickets are available now.
Our schedule of films this year includes an array of independent movies from around the globe and also from and featuring those closer to home. We will also have a free screening of ‘Bigger Than The Shining’, the secretive new project from Mark Cousins (recommended for film fans) which features a pre-recorded message/explanation from Mark after the screening.
We hope you will find something to enjoy amongst our programme this year.
For the third year running we will also have The 48 Hour Film Project – the competition where you have just 48 hours to create a mini-masterpiece. All teams will be assigned a different genre but have to include certain elements in each film. We are pleased to have the ‘Kick-Off’ and ‘Drop-Off’ events at UnderDog (underneath BrewDog Castlegate) with all films being screened at ACT Aberdeen on the 20th of October. To sign up and for more information, visit: www.48hourfilm.com/aberdeen-gb
The two free school screenings this year (for school students only) are the French language musical, ‘Les Parapluies de Cherbourg’ which will be shown on Tuesday, 25th October and the English language neo-noir film ‘Brick’ on Wednesday, 26th October. Should you wish to book for your school, please contact the Box Office at Woodend Barn on: 01330 825431 to reserve seats.
We appreciate any and all support – please join us for the third annual Aberdeen Film Festival.
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