Saturday @ DTRH 2019

  • 10.30am-11.30am: The Boy and the Bunnet (U)  Discovery Film Festival – Shorts for Wee Ones (U)  – Short films from around the world for some of the youngest audiences at the festival, chosen from a whole range of different countries: this year we journey to France, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and the USA.  All these short films are in English or are dialogue free. These magical tales will delight children age 3+ and are a colourful introduction to the cinema experience.
  • 12.30pm-2pm: Aardman Films (U) –No cheese, Gromit!? -Four of the best animated films by Aardman featuring everyone’s favourite Wallace & Gromit 
  • 2.30pm -3.30pm:NLS Archive – Her Century (U)- A glimpse into the work, home life and leisure of women during the twentieth century.The footage preserved in the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive documents the varied roles of women in Scotland throughout the last century. In this programme there are crofters,campaigners, factory workers, psychologists, mothers, pilots and educators. There were also filmmakers and the programme includes work by professional documentarians such as Sarah Erulkar, Budge Cooper and Jenny Brown as well as amateur footage from Grace Williamson.
  • 4pm-5.15pm:  Alice in Wonderland (U) 1951 Alice stumbles into the world of Wonderland. Will she get home? Not if the Queen of Hearts has her way.
  • 6pm-6.30: Wavering Shadows: (PG) A unique language disappearing modern China  Plus Q&A with Film Maker Nathan Gibson
  • 7pm -8.30 pm: Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story(15) – It’s a documentary about the life of eccentric comedian Frank Sidebottom who wore a huge paper mache’ head and whose true identity was a closely guarded secret until after died.
  • 9pm -10.30pm: Teenage Superstar (15) –Teenage Superstars is a 2017 film about the Glasgow independent music scene between 1982 and 1992, focusing on the bands that emerged from in and around the city at this point including The Pastels, BMX Bandits, The Soup Dragons, Teenage Fanclub, The Vaselines, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Primal Scream. directed by Grant McPhee, with its title taken from The Vaselines song Teenage Superstars          
  • 11pm -11.45pm: Pigeons on Tour (15) –  45 minutes of feathered funny’s , come catch these daft Pigeons on a tour of Scotland while they take in the sights and seek inspiration, its Fracking brilliant. Made in Scotland by Will Anderson and Ainslie Henderson.
  • 12.30am -2am :  Glasgow Short Film Festival presents Shifting Ground (15) GSFF returns to the yurt with a selection of weird and wonderful shorts drawn from our 2019 international and Scottish competitions. Nothing is certain in these shadowed spaces where life is lived differently and reality is whatever you choose it to be.

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