Film Festival

Oban Phoenix Cinema is happy to introduce something a little different...

Here at Oban Phoenix we screen a diverse mixture of blockbuster films, live streamed theatre performances, and independent films. By attending a screening, you are supporting and enabling future festivals and events at Oban Phoenix Cinema.

On this page you will find information on films being shown during our mini film festival. Tickets are £4 each, we are offering £20 festival passes at the Box Office which will give you access to see any film festival feature.

Neither Wolf Nor Dog | 15

Adapted from the acclaimed novel 'Neither Wolf Nor Dog' by Kent Nerburn, the story follows a white author who gets sucked into the heart of contemporary Native American life in the sparse lands of the Dakotas. The cast includes 96-year-old Lakota elder, Chief Dave Beautiful Bald Eagle.

Friday 30 November at 15:00
Saturday 1 December at 20:30

Fahrenheit 11/9 | 15

Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out?

Sunday 2 December at 14:30
Thursday 6 December at 13:30 & 20:00

Island | 15

Filmed over 12 months on the Isle of Wight, ISLAND is a life-affirming reflection on the phenomena of dying, portraying the transition away from personhood and observing the last days and hours of life and the moment of death.

Sunday 2 December at 20:00

Teenage Superstars | 15

Scotland, 1982. The stars of Big Gold Dream had either split up or taken the Big Gold Road south to major label success in London. Glasgow was left with an 'indie label' void but the seeds sown in Big Gold Dream would lead to a new era of rebellion. Punk was reborn in the shape of a new type of independent music. No longer would bands look to tidy themselves up and sign to a major record label in the hope of appearing on Top of the Pops. Independent music in Scotland now meant 'No Compromise' and this is the story of those bands and the personalities involved.

This new documentary from the creators of 'Big Gold Dream' tells the story of what happened next in the uncompromising world of Scottish indie music. The Vaselines, BMX Bandits, The Pastels, The Soup Dragons, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream and Teenage Fanclub all appear. Bursting with new interviews, rare archive, untold stories along with some of the most amazingly difficult, scratchy, noisy, genius pop music ever given to the world. This is Teenage Superstars and you need to watch it

Monday 3 December at 20:15

Not Knowing Who You Are is a Beautiful Source of Surprises | 15

Trying to run away from his broken heart, Johan gets on a train and starts travelling through Europe. He travels from Sweden through Berlin, Amsterdam, France and finally ends up in Lisbon. Bit by bit and through the encounters with other lost souls on the way Johan begins to recover and maybe even starts to find a stronger self. And when he meets the Russian girl “Nadia”, who for other reasons has escaped from her country, something new starts to grow.

Tuesday 4 December at 20:40

The Rider | 15

After suffering a near fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.

Wednesday 5 December at 20:15