As cinemas prepare to reopen as the lockdown eases, we take a look back at the history of film houses in Aberdeen
An independent Aberdeen cinema has reached its £25,000 fundraising goal to help it reopen after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost has given his support to a campaign to give a city centre independent cinema a future.
A fundraiser launched to help support an Aberdeen independent cinema reached a quarter of its target in one day.
The north-east film director behind Stan & Ollie and Filth today threw his support behind a crowdfunding campaign to save a city cinema.
Aberdeen's independent cinema has launched a fundraiser to help keep it going over the next few months.
An initiative has been launched in a bid to support independent cinemas like the Belmont Filmhouse survive during the coronavirus pandemic.
Aberdeen’s Belmont Filmhouse has closed with immediate effect until further notice due to the corona crisis.
An independent Aberdeen cinema is appealing for volunteers to help with a new programme aimed at older audiences.
Staff at an Aberdeen cinema are being guaranteed the living wage after its parent company became an accredited employer.
A hard-hitting film underling the importance of signing the organ donor register has been premiered in Aberdeen – and there have already been calls for it to go national.
Fire crews were called to an Aberdeen cinema this afternoon.
An Aberdeen cinema hopes the magic of movies can help pensioners overcome social isolation and make new friends.
The man described as “Scotland’s favourite artist” is to talk about his life and career during an Aberdeen street art festival.
An art director from a major graphic design company will give a talk at a city filmhouse.
A climate change group is set to hold its monthly meeting.
A sombre war film has been rushed back to an Aberdeen theatre by popular demand.
A hard-hitting film warning youngsters of the dangers of drugs has premiered in Aberdeen.
A student is to make her directorial debut with her film about a debilitating disease in a bid to raise cash for charity.
An Aberdeen cinema is set to present a training session for teachers as part of a national film festival.
An exhibition from a galaxy far, far away has landed in Aberdeen.
As this year's Home Delivery Awards grow closer, members of the public are continuing to nominate their favourite delivery person.
Staff at a popular city cinema have been told they could lose their jobs whena bar shuts.
The North-east is to play host to a special renaissance version of the popular film festival Scotland Loves Anime 2016 this weekend.
Top crime writer Ian Rankin is heading to Aberdeen for an up close and personal chat with his North-east fans.
Delivery boys and girls across the North-east have had their efforts recognised in a special awards ceremony.
Picking up tickets for a cinema outing recently, we were puzzling over where to grab a bite to eat first.