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A brand new festival located in the Burgh Hall and Studio Cinema in Dunoon, this is an event packed with Scottish classics and featuring some of the best examples of recent cinema from ariund the world. There's a strand focused on the work of writer Alan Sharp and a great youth strand with treats for kids of all ages, plus an excellent collection of shorts. Attendees can also enjoy a photography exhibition, Stars In Scotland, featuring movie legends who have visited the country in years past.
The festival runs from 14 to 16 June.
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A young Saudi girl who will stop at nothing to earn enough money to buy the bicycle she craves.
A phone call reveals the difficulties of estrangement within a family.
Prisoners move toward rehabilitation and struggle with their hopes and dreams in the run up to the annual Scottish Prison Service hairdressing competition.
Comedy about a Woody Allen-obsessed pharmacist.
An American company attempts to buy up a Scottish village for pennies so it can site an oil refinery there, but the locals have other ideas.
The old age of the artist, exploring his relationship with a model and his son.
The year in a life of a dairy stockman and his herd.
Two longtime rivals battle for the title of Doo Fleein Champion in the East End of Glasgow.
A peek inside the mind of a singer with musician's block.
A collage of Scottish experiences recorded by professional and amateur filmmakers all across the country.
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