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28 Nov 2015 - 14 Feb 2016

Exhibitions, Gallery 1 & 2

IC-98

Drawn into Tomorrow

Fresh from representing Finland at the Venice Biennale, Finnish artist duo IC-98 have transformed our galleries with large-scale projections of extraordinary, richly detailed works, combining intricate hand drawings with digital animation.

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14 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Ciné Sundays: Rams (15)

Grímur Hákonarson

Icelandic filmmaking has recently been warmly embraced by audiences around the world, and for good reason. Winner of the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes, Rams is another wonderful addition to the country’s cinema, boasting wonderful off-beat humour, a warm sense of humanity, a tight-knit community and of course, great woolly jumpers.

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14 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Spanish Civil War

As part of Dundee's annual commemoration for those from the city who fought fascism in the Spanish Civil War, join us for two short films: Britain Expects and Glasgow May Day 1937.

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14 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Brief Encounter (PG)

David Lean

Absolute perfection. Brief Encounter is one of those truly great films which are easy to take for granted and is often, quite rightly, called the most romantic film ever made.

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14 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

True Romance (18)

Tony Scott

Scripted by a pre-Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino and directed by an on-form Tony Scott, True Romance is the perfect distillation of 90s genre-hopping mayhem.

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05 Feb 2016 - 18 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Youth (15)

Paolo Sorrentino

A weird and wonderful delight, Paolo Sorrentino's (The Great Beauty) latest film - starring Michael Caine, Rachel Weiz, Harvy Keitel and Paul Dano - is one of kind, artfully combining his own unique blend of musings on contemporary life with stunning imagery, off-the-wall performances and a soundtrack that you’re sure to want to hear again.

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05 Feb 2016 - 18 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Spotlight (15)

Tom McCarthy

The true story of the Boston Globe reporters who blew open the story of serial sex offences by the Catholic Church is skilfully brought to the big screen in the Oscar-nominated Spotlight. Tense and gripping, this is quality filmmaking at its best.

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12 Feb 2016 - 25 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Rams (15)

Grímur Hákonarson

Icelandic filmmaking has recently been warmly embraced by audiences around the world, and for good reason. Winner of the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes, Rams is another wonderful addition to the country’s cinema, boasting wonderful off-beat humour, a warm sense of humanity, a tight-knit community and of course, great woolly jumpers.

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12 Feb 2016 - 25 Feb 2016

Films, Cinema

Dad's Army

Oliver Parker

At the helm of this feature film remake is the marvellous Toby Jones taking on the role of Captain Mainwaring, a stiff-upper-lipped veteran in a small English village toward the end of the Second World War. His softly spoken right-hand man Wilson is played by the droll and always watchable Bill Nighy, and joining them are two of the cornerstones of great British acting, Michael Gambon and Tom Courtenay.

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