**Available to watch from: 16 September **
Watch the film before 2.00pm on Thursday 23 September to take part in our Movie Memories Q&A event. Click here to register for the Q&A.
Movie Memories presents an online screening of The Third Man, a 1949 film noir directed by Sir Carol Reed (Odd Man Out, Oliver!). Starring Orson Welles as Harry Lime, a novelist who finds himself investigating the death of his friend in post-war Vienna.
As powerful and stunningly original now as when it premiered in 1949, The Third Man is considered one of the greatest British films of the 20th Century.
For those who enjoy a musical interlude, there is bonus content to boost your experience. If you rent the film you will have access to music videos beautifully performed by guitarist Laura Browne. With thanks to Shape History for production.
All tickets £3.49. Film content: mild threat.
How to take part:
Once you have rented the film from Glasgow Film At Home, watch it before 2.00pm on Thursday 23 September to take part in our Movie Memories Q&A event when you can share your experiences of watching the film.
The online Movie Memories Q&A will start at 2.00pm on Thursday 23 September on Zoom. If you would like to join the post film Q&A, you must sign up to attend. Register for the Q&A here.
Full information about the Q&A will be emailed to you once you have signed up.
What is Movie Memories?
Movie Memories is a monthly programme funded by Life Changes Trust. We present classic and contemporary film screenings alongside a programme of multi-arts entertainment.
This programme is designed especially for people affected by dementia. This encompasses people living with a type of dementia and their carers, friends and family. People living with dementia play a central role in the programme delivery - Agnes Houston MBE is our Movie Memories Coordinator.