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A showcase of documentary film-making will take place at the Macrobert next month.

There will be a variety of films featured in the 2019 Central Scotland Documentary Festival.

The programme includes films from Harlem, Aleppo, Mexico City, Oslo, Rio de Janeiro and Glasgow. Themes addressed include anxiety and autism, artificial intelligence, human power, political opinions, journalism, and blacklisting.

Head curator of the festival Grahame Reid said: "The conversation at Central Scotland Documentary Festival continues into 2019 with screenings and events covering a whole host of topics for people to sink their teeth into.

"We are also continuing our pay-what-you-can pricing structure to make the festival affordable to as many people as possible.

"Each booker gets to decide which of the ticket prices best matches their circumstances - PS8.50, PS5.50 or PS2.50 - no questions asked."

Following last year's screening in Stirling city centre, there will also be a music themed night in The Albert Halls on Saturday, October 12.

There will also be a big screen in the heart of Stirling during the festival, showcasing short documentaries from established and up-andcoming documentary makers.

Tickets for all films are on sale now and can be booked by calling 01786 466666 or online at

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Publication:Stirling Observer (Stirling, Scotland)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Sep 11, 2019
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