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- 7 JulGFT embraces music festival season with Sound & Vision film programmeThis summer, we're pleased to screen a number of films as part of our on-going Sound & Vision season.
- 7 JulWe look forward to the holidays this July and August with Summer Daze, Studio Ghibli Forever, and Sound & VisionGFT celebrate the arrival of summer with three seasons which embrace the holiday spirit.
- 22 MayGFT in June: Martin Scorsese presents, plus Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Look of Silence, and new digital print of Fellini’s 8 1/2GFT’s June programme features new releases, much-loved classics, and carefully curated seasons.
- 30 JulHappy Families: Parent-child relationships in filmIn anticipation of the release of 52 Tuesdays, we've been discussing depictions of child-parent relationships in cinema.
- 27 JulInterview with Josephine DeckerAhead of our screenings of Butter on the Latch and Thou Wast Mild and Lovely, director Josephine Decker chats to the ICO's Selina Robertson about her creative process.
- 24 JulGetting Animated: Our Favourite AnimationsAs our Studio Ghibli Forever season approaches we take a look at some of our favourite animations.
- Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo: The Movie DoctorsHi Alison You can buy tickets in person at the GFT box office, or online via the Buy Tickets button (above the description), or on the phone 0141 332 6535 (£1.50 booking fee). Best wishes Gavin Crosby GFT
- The Legend of Barney ThomsonI saw the film last weekend and it was great. It's got a brilliant cast, and the story is very funny. The cinema had a Glasgow audience so they all appreciated the humour. Emma Thomson did a tour de force. She should get an award for her performance. We've all met folk like Barney's maw and Emma got the character spot on. As for Mr Carlisle, I hope he makes more films because, as well as his acting talent, he seems to have a talent for directing as well. Anyone that can get Tom Courtney in a film must be doing something right. Thoroughly enjoyed it!
- How to Change the WorldHow to Change the World is on for only one night..???!
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- The Legend of Barney ThomsonRobert Carlyle's directorial debut is a a twisted comedy of accidental murder, shot completely in Glasgow. Fri 24 Jul - Thu 6 Aug
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- EdenDirector Mia Hansen-Løve offers a look into the burgeoning French ‘Touch’ electronic dance music (EDM) scene in 1990s Paris. Fri 24 Jul - Thu 6 Aug
- The ReunionReal-life artist turned filmmaker Anna Oddell plays a fictionalised version of herself in this metatextual film based on real events. Fri 31 Jul - Mon 3 Aug
- You're Ugly TooThe debut film from Irish writer/director Mark Noonan, You’re Ugly Too tells the story of a young girl who is forced to live with her uncle after the death of her mother. Fri 31 Jul - Thu 6 Aug.
- MarshlandImagine True Detective set in the Andaluz swamplands and you begin to get the measure of Alberto Rodríguez ’s atmospheric, richly textured Spanish murder mystery. Fri 7 - Thu 20 Aug
- TheebThere are echoes of Kipling and classic westerns in Naji Abu Nowar’s thrilling, award-winning adventure. Fri 14 - Thu 20 Aug
- 52 TuesdaysAn emotional tale of growing up and gaining wisdom graced by some amazing performances. Mon 3 + Fri 7 - Thu 13 Aug.
- The Diary of a Teenage GirlA stark but humorous story of growing up in 1970s San Francisco, with rich period detail and a brilliant central performance from Bel Powley. Fri 7 - Thu 13 Aug
- Mistress AmericaA kinetic screwball comedy from Noah Baumbach about chasing dreams, creating families and stealing cats. Fri 14 - Thu 20 Aug.