One of Outwith Festival‘s missions is to bring exciting opportunities to see film in Dunfermline. This year is no exception with the Outwith film team negotiating an early showing of new, Scottish-made feature The Origin, a technically accomplished survivalist thriller set in Stone Age Scotland. The film, which premiered earlier this year in London to excellent reviews, is directed by Fife’s own Andrew Cumming who comes to Outwith on 7
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A key motivation behind The Dunfermline Filmhouse is to bring the best of contemporary filmmaking to town and to show films Fife cinema fans would usually have to travel further afield to see. This September at Outwith Festival you can see two brilliant examples of this sort of programming. On Thursday 5 September there is a rare screening of Shoplifters, the stunning, Palme d’Or-winning drama about a Japanese family of crooks
This Thursday 18 May there is a chance to see Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf when it is screened live from London at the Odeon in Dunfermline. The latest, acclaimed National Theatre production of Edward Albee’s tale of marital warfare stars Imelda Staunton, Conleth Hill, Luke Treadaway and Imogen Poots and is described in the Financial Times as ‘intoxicatingly good’ . The show starts at 7.00pm and you can book