An art project based on Café Giacomo, Dunfermline. The café has remained relatively unchanged since it opened in 1958 – still with original booth seating and tables. During 2017, artist Ally Wallace undertook a short residency there – to gather information and record details of his surroundings through drawing and video, as a means of conveying something about the character of the place. The resulting work – drawings, linocuts and a short film – will be shown in the café during Outwith Festival.
Fri/Sat: 10am – midnight
Sun: 11am – 5pm
Dunfermline-born Moira Shearer stars as aspiring ballerina Vicky Page who is torn between her dedication to dance and her desire to love in this classic 1948 drama directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. This was apparently the film that inspired Martin Scorsese to become a moviemaker.
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Cast member John Cairney will attend this special screening of the seminal 1963 adventure which features the work of special effects legend Ray Harryhausen and tells the story of a perilous quest for the Golden Fleece. Connor Heaney of the Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation will also attend to give a short introduction to the film and will be available in the bar for questions after the film.
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Award-winning, Dunfermline-born wildlife cameraman and presenter Doug Allan is famous for his work in cold, remote places on BBC series such as Blue Planet, Planet Earth, Frozen Planet and Forces of Nature. With a wealth of stories and pictures, Doug will take you up close to the animals that live in the wildest places on earth and describe highlights from his 35 year career. He will also talk about what we should be doing about the crucial environmental issues facing our planet. Audience Q&A.
Sex, drugs, and tea make the world go round for four young flatmates. A Shrek-related drinking game, no clean dishes, and some misplaced bodily fluids result in a fast-paced modern farce with a dark core. What happens behind closed doors in the flat? And who’s knocking at the window? This gripping and hilarious piece of new writing from this award-shortlisted company will submerge you deep in the grimy waters of student life and leave you thirsty for more. ‘Ridiculously hilarious’ Age category of audience: Recommended 16+Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pandorumtheatre/Twitter: @pandorum You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1xxvn3SdtM_RsStC2gbWUw
Join writer/director Christopher Downie and producer/actor Brett Murray for an advance screening of this biographical comedy before it comes to indie cinemas around the UK. Shooting Clerks dramatises the making of Kevin Smith’s cult classic Clerks and was filmed in Fife, Dundee, Florida and New Jersey. The film reunites many members of the original Clerks cast and crew, as well as members of Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse. Christopher and Brett will be happy to answer your questions about the making of the film.