- The Raymond Briggs Trilogy (rated U)
- 11:00 (1)
- It’s a Wonderful Life (rated U)
- 13:00 (1)
- 15:45 (1)
- 19:00 (1)
- Arthur Christmas (rated U)
- 13:15 (2)
- The Wizard of Oz (rated U)
- 13:30 (3)
- 17:30 (2)
- 19:45 (2)
- The Muppet Christmas Carol (rated U)
- 15:30 (2)
- The House I Live In (rated 15)
- 15:50 (3)
- 19:15 (3)
- Audio describedA
- Carers & babies onlyC
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One of the key elements that distinguishes Filmhouse from cinemas in the commercial sector is our commitment to Education both formal and informal, including special morning screenings with discussions and worksheets, tours of the cinema, teacher seminars, a wide range of workshops and courses - and much more!
Afternoon Courses for Adults, Script Talk, Kids' Workshops, ...
Filmhouse welcomes Russell Crowe to the Scottish premiere of his new film, Noah
Actor Russell Crowe will be in attendance at Filmhouse this Saturday, 29 Mar for one of the first UK premieres of his new film Noah.
CMI discussions with Belmont Media Centre in Aberdeen
As announced by Aberdeen City Council today we are in constructive conversations regarding the Belmont Media Centre, and we hope to be making a formal announcement ourselves in the coming weeks.
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