A series of films that reveal the wonderfully diverse history and heritage of Aberdeen will be shown at Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Shiprow.
The films have been loaned to the museum from the Scottish Screen Archives; Scotland's national moving images collection.
The archive preserves over 100 years of Scottish social, cultural and industrial history on film and video which provide a fascinating insight into the lives of ordinary Scots across the generations.
The films will be repeated throughout the day on the following dates:
8 February - 21 February
Olympic, Titanic, Britannic
The world's most famous shipwreck and her sister ships.
22 February - 7 March
The last salmon net fishing season in the North East.
8 March - 21 March
Aberdeen's Black Friday
Original footage of the aftermath of the biggest German air raid on Aberdeen duringthe Second World War.
22 March - 4 April
Telly Does Aberdeen
A Nostalgic look back at Aberdeen in the 1980's presented by Telly Savalas
5 April - 18 April
Sculpture in Granite
A record of the work and technologies being used in Aberdeen's granite industry in 1965.
19 April - 2 May
Story of the Flota Terminal
A behind the scenes look
3 May - 16 May
History of the RNLI (Heroes of the Sea)
The story of today's R.N.L.I.
17 May - 30 May
The Granite City
A rare documentary from 1936 which shows Aberdeen in the inter-war years.
31 May - 13 June
The Call of the Sea
A visual record of Aberdeen's centuries-old relationship with the sea.