Today's highlights at GFF
- 21 JanGFF15 Programme LaunchRead the Glasgow Film Festival 2015 programme and get set for ticket sales starting on Mon 26 Jan at 10am.
- 7 JanSee Glasgow Differently: Glasgow Film Festival celebrates the Cinema City in 2015A new programme strand, Cinema City; a new partnership with award-winning travel specialists, McKinlay Kidd; and a specially-curated exhibition, Jeely Jars and Seeing Stars. GFF15 is celebrating Glasgow's ongoing love affair with the movies.
- 10 DecGlasgow Film Festival 2015 TrailerToday we’re screening the first film of Glasgow Film Festival (albeit a miniature one) – the festival artwork comes to life as the GFF15 trailer.
- 27 Feb"I had this idea that the apartment building is like all of society…"GSFF Coordinator Morvern Cunningham speaks to Pooya Razi about his film The Noise, screening in international competition at GSFF15.
- 26 FebYasmin Fedda discusses Queens of SyriaAward-winning filmmaker Yasmin Fedda (A Tale of Two Syrias, Breadmakers) presented the UK Premiere of her latest work, Queens of Syria at GFF15.
- 25 Feb‘Coming-of-age is an ongoing process’: An interview with Jennifer ReederGSFF15 retrospective subject Jennifer Reeder talks to GSFF Director Matt Lloyd about the Midwest, growing up and jello jigsaw puzzles.
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- On the Trail of the Far Fur CountryKevin Nikkel’s delicate & reflective documentary rediscovers the neglected narratives of Canada’s Aboriginal population. Kevin Nikkel & co-writer Chris Nikkel attend on Sun 1 March.
- Coming HomeComing Home sensitively traces the national impact of the Cultural Revolution through the lives of one devoted couple. Sat 28 Feb & Sun 1 Mar.
- The Ninth CloudA young woman’s attempt to discover the meaning of her life is the basis of this ambitious existential comedy. Sun 1 Mar.
- Small FacesThe cast of Small Faces reunites for this 20th anniversary screening. Sun 1 Mar.
- White GodOne of the discoveries at Cannes, White God is an ambitious, strikingly original political allegory filled with clever ideas and memorable images. Mon 2 – Thu 5 March
- SelmaSelma is the deserved breakthrough hit from multi-talented director Ava DuVernay. Rising star David Oyelowo brings Martin Luther King to the screen. Mon 2 – Thu 5 March
- The Duke of BurgundyThird film from critically lauded director Peter Strickland, a strange, erotic melodrama about two female lovers who live cut-off from the rest of the world. Mon 2 – Thu 5 March