The Director's Cut presents a series of discussions staged at the University of Aberdeen's King's College campus with well-known and innovative international filmmakers, broadcasters and visual artists. We also run our Director's Cut Masterclasses and community outreach events, where students and guests have an opportunity to hear first-hand about topics on the film industry from leading professionals.
Created by Prof. Alan Marcus in the School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture, series' events are often coordinated by the Events Team of the Office of External Affairs and given technical support by the Web Team and the AV Unit, which also film the events. The Director's Cut is open to the public and admission is usually free. We invite you to view the webcasts and to explore the rest of the site.
For more information and to book tickets for upcoming Director's cut events, check our Programme information.
- Contact Us
For further information, and to reserve your free place at any of these public events, contact:
The Events Office
University of Aberdeen
Telephone +44 (0)1224 273874
How to Find Us
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The Belmont Filmhouse
The Belmont Picturehouse is located on Belmont Street in Aberdeen City Centre. Managed by Centre for the Moving Image, the cinema provides a mixture of independent, art-house and foreign-language films, and we caters the film programming in response to the local audience.
The cinema is also partially funded by Aberdeen City Council to ensure a wide range of film programming and cultural events are brought to the city. The cinema has 3 screens, all have digital projection and comfortable stadium seating.
The cinema is actively involved in local film-making projects and the educational community in Aberdeen and holds regular events with the large educational establishments in the area. In addition to the cinema screens, the belmont Filmhouse also has a large and spacious bar open to the general public which serves food and hosts regular music and comedy events.
About BAFTA in Scotland
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is the leading UK charity supporting developing and promoting the art forms of the moving image.
Since 1989, BAFTA has continued to specifically champion the film, television and video game industries in Scotland by celebrating excellence, championing new Scottish talent and reaching out to the public .