Southside Film Festival is returning for the fifth time in Glasgow with pop-up cinemas, unique film screenings, talks, exhibitions and workshops.
The festival will again offer a packed programme from October 8 - 11 with a diverse range of films including documentary, animation, feature films and short films.
In previous years the Southside Film Festival has screened films across the Southside’s most famous venues including Pollok House, Govanhill Baths and Pollokshaws Burgh Hall.
Spread further across the Southside than ever before, this year's event will also take in Kinning Park, Govan, the Gorbals, Shawlands and Pollokshields.
This year’s festival theme is cinema heritage and film archive.
Film enthusiasts can come along to the opening reception at the Glad Café on Thursday, October 8, to kick off the festival, pick up a programme and enjoy the Lost Cinemas of Glasgow exhibition.
Lost Cinemas of Glasgow: Architecture and Society at The Glad Cafe will run until October 26.
This exhibition of Southside cinema buildings is a unique insight into how Glasgow's former 160 cinemas once played an influential role in everyday Glaswegian’s lives.
The Rum Shack will host a screening of The Harder They Come (October 11) which includes a two-course Jamaican meal before the film and a DJ to play reggae tunes into the night.
In a Southside Film first, Rags to Riches, Sew La Tea Dough and Govanhill Baths join forces for Making in the Movies (October 10), an afternoon focused on fashion and craft from the past and present.
There will also the opportunity to see craft and textile themed films from the Scottish Screen Archive throughout the afternoon.
Karen O'Hare, Director of Southside Film Festival, said: "Southside Film Festival started in 2011 as a response to the lack of a local cinema or film screenings in the Southside of Glasgow.
"Four years later the festival reflects on the continued lack of a local cinema with the theme of cinema heritage and film archive.
"The 2015 edition again turns Southside spaces into pop-up cinemas providing a wide range of site specific or unique film screenings, talks, exhibitions and workshops - all at affordable prices or free."
You can see the full list of events on the Southside Film Festival on the website.
Tickets available in advance online or on the door on the night.