Harbour Film Nights

Our Harbour Film Nights bring independent cinema into the heart of local communities. 
Screenings take place regularly around the harbourside communities of Aberdeen.
They are an inexpensive night out, and the only independent cinema in Aberdeen. Everybody welcome.


Men Who Sing
Friday 28 June 2024
Fittie Community Hall, New Pier Road, Aberdeen, AB11 5DR
Certificate: 12A
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Trelawnyd male voice choir needs younger recruits. Amid jokes about ageing, choir mistress Ann thinks competing would help so the choir sails to Ulster for the Bangor International Festival.

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Song of the Sea
Saturday 13 July 2024
Torry St Fittick’s Parish Church, 39 Walker Road, Aberdeen, AB11 8DL
Certificate: PG
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An Irish youth discovers that his mute sister is a selkie who must find her voice and free supernatural creatures from the spell of a Celtic goddess.

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LAUNCH!
Saturday 13 July 2024
Torry St Fittick’s Parish Church, 39 Walker Road, Aberdeen, AB11 8DL
Certificate: U
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Launch! On The Sea With Scotland’s Lifeboats dives into archive film and video of RNLI crews, with an immersive soundtrack from some of the UK’s best contemporary musicians. Directed by award-winning curator Shona Thomson, the film is created from rarely seen footage of Scotland’s lifeboat communities including a glimpse of Aberdeen.

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Girls Can’t Surf
Friday 19 July 2024
Fittie Community Hall, New Pier Road, Aberdeen, AB11 5DR
Certificate: 12A
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A group of renegade women surfers challenges the male-dominated professional surfing world for the shared goal of equality and change. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the Wavy Wahines Aberdeen’s Women’s surf group.

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It’ll Never Work
Friday 26 July 2024
Fittie Community Hall, New Pier Road, Aberdeen, AB11 5DR
Certificate: PG
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Fisherman Hans Unkles wants a different way of doing things. With a band of fellow eco-aware fishermen, he will take apart his old boat and refit it with cutting-edge electronic tech. This documentary film follows Hans building, learning, making mistakes, chopping and welding a path to an easier way of fishing. With stories, opinions, support (and the occasional unhelpful comment) from old and young generations of fishermen, discover the pros and cons of an electric world pioneered by these men.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Hans Unkles.

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For more information contact: Martin on producer@openroadltd.co.uk