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New Picture House, St Andrews

Dundee Contemporary Arts

After The Storm

Yoshiko (Kiki) is recently widowed and living by herself in a cramped apartment where she periodically welcomes crumpled son Ryota (Abe) and his son Shingo (Yoshizawa). Poignant film about growth and the passing of time, with a gorgeous performance from Kiki as the witty, tender, no-nonsense Yoshiko. Quietly powerful.

23 Jun–27 Jun: Mon 3–4.58pm & 6.15–8.13pm; Tue & Fri–Sun 6.15–8.13pm

Baby Driver

30 Jun–13 Jul: Fri Times vary

Berlin Syndrome

Australian photographer Clare puts her life on pause to travel to Berlin where she enters into a highly-charged fling with harmless-seeming teacher Andi. A nailbiting, yet rigorously humanised thriller based on Melanie Joosten's novel.

23 Jun–29 Jun: Fri–Mon 8.45–10.41pm; Tue 3–4.56pm & 8.45–10.41pm; Wed 8.45–10.41pm; Thu 3.30–5.26pm & 8.45–10.41pm


The story of how Churchill (Cox) was vehemently opposed to the Normandy landings of 1944. Intelligent, sometimes moving drama with an exceptional cast (especially Purefoy as a touching George VI) but not notably cinematic, stringing together a series of confrontations with shots of Churchill being driven from one place to another.

24 Jun–29 Jun: Mon–Wed 3.30–5.08pm & 8.30–10.08pm; Thu 8.30–10.08pm; Sat & Sun 3.30–5.08pm & 8.30–10.08pm

Clare Woods: Victim of Geography

A solo show of 13 raw and powerful new paintings.

24 Jun–10 Sep: Mon–Wed 10am–6pm; Thu 10am–8pm; Fri–Sun 10am–6pm

Despicable Me 3

The minions are back. In the third entry of this popular franchise South Park's Trey Parker plays a former child star obsessed with his glory years.

30 Jun–13 Jul: Fri Times vary


Emily (Keaton) is an American widow living in Hampstead who falls for the grumpy Donald (Gleeson), who lives in a shack on Hampstead Heath. Twee later-life rom-com with Ketaon in pure ditz mode; her and Gleeson’s chemistry is appealing, but there are no surprises.

24 Jun–6 Jul: Sat Times vary

In This Corner of the World

Set in Hiroshima during World War II, a young woman struggles to feed her family due to rationing and lack of supplies.

28 Jun: Wed 6pm

Photography Forum

A discussion group for amateur photographers. Compare notes on practising photography, get advice, show your work and look at others' portfolios.

Booking is essential.

24 Jun–26 Aug: Sat 11am–1pm

The Red Turtle

A man washes up on a desert island; when he tries to build a raft, it’s destroyed by a mysterious red turtle. Breathtaking début feature by Dutch writer, director and animator, a stunning, life-affirming tale of man’s relationship with nature, entirely worthy of the Ghibli name (the studio co-produced it).

24 Jun–29 Jun: Mon & Tue 1pm; Wed 1pm & 3pm; Thu 1pm & 3.45pm; Sat 1pm & 2.45pm; Sun 1pm, 2.45pm, 4.30pm & 4.30pm

Centre for Film Studies

University of St Andrews

Gifford Lecture Series 2017 - A God to Contend With

The fifth lecture in the University's Gifford Lecture Series for 2017, this year to be given by Professor Michael Rea on the theme 'Though The Darkness Hide Thee: Seeking the Face of the Invisible God'. Over the course of six lectures, Professor Rea, Director of the Center for Philosophy of Religion at the University of Notre Dame in the USA, will take a theologically informed approach to the topic of 'divine hiddenness', the idea that God’s existence is far less evident — and that vivid, unambiguous experience of God’s presence is much less frequent — than one might expect from a perfectly loving deity. Philosophers often treat divine hiddenness as evidence that God doesn’t exist but, according to Professor Rea, that line of thinking is based on drawing parallels between divine love and human love. In his lectures, he will contend that it is not reasonable to believe that perfect, divine love would resemble human perceptions of ideal parental or romantic love.

Searching for a New Science

Oxford physicist Ard Louis and filmmaker David Malone meet famous scientists, philosophers and writers (including agnostics and people of faith such as Peter Atkins, Frans de Waal, Jane Goodall, Roger Penrose, Ben Okri, John Cottingham, George Ellis, Sunetra Gupta and others) to discuss questions about meaning and the nature of the universe in this premiere of a new film on the big questions of science and religion.

Films and Artefacts Series: Death on the Nile

Relax, nobody’s been murdered at MUSA, but museums do sometimes hold dangerous objects in their collections. Join Morna Annandale, Curatorial Trainee, to discover how museums deal with hazards lurking behind-the-scenes.

Films and Artefacts Series: Suffragette

The University of St Andrews played a leading part in developing women’s higher education in the 19th century. Watch the award-winning film, Suffragette, and find out about the ‘Lady Literate in Arts’ scheme and its legacy with MUSA's Exhibitions and Collections Curator.


Ever wondered how to make solar cells out of raspberries? Or how the dancin' has affected our social and cultural history? If so, join us for our largest ever celebration for European Researchers’ Night across Scotland as we fill the Byre Theatre with activities and live shows. Our third extravaganza of discovery, debate and entertainment takes place in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrews.