A documentary film exploring how we see the world, with its background the expansion of surveillance technologies in everyday life.
It combines hallucinatory and often abstract visuals, history, and conventional fly-on-the-wall filmmaking, to look at different perceptions, for humans and cameras. It focuses on police body cameras and surveillance systems – and also traces studies of solar eclipses.
Doors open 7.15 for a 7.45 start. Admission (cash only): £5, £3 student and Young Scot card.
West Side Cinema was established in 2012 with the aim of offering the edge of world cinema in a relaxed and social atmosphere – themed music, cabaret style table seating and a ‘bring your own’ drink and snacks policy.