What's on at GFTAll upcoming films and events →
- 9 AprWIN Two Tickets to the Frozen Sing-A-Long on Sunday 13 AprilWin two tickets to sing along to the Oscar-winning Frozen
- 8 AprWIN Four Tickets to Spectacle: A Portrait of Stuart ShermanEnter for a chance for you and three friends to see Spectacle: A Portrait of Stuart Sherman as part of Art Screen.
- 3 AprWIN Two Tickets to the Opening Gala of Art Screen!Enter to win two tickets to the opening gala of the BBC's new Art Screen Fetsival, where you can see the world premiere Julien Temple's incredible Rio.
- 10 AprProgramme Note: The LunchboxIn Ettore Scola’s 1977 film A Special Day, the destiny of two disparate individuals is forever changed by the coop-flying whims of a pet myna bird...
- 4 AprProgramme Note: The DoubleThe Double is Richard Ayoade’s second feature-length film...
- 17 MarProgramme Note: Starred UpStarred Up is the first feature film by screenwriter Jonathan Asser, who brings a gritty plausibility to the script, which is partly inspired by his own experiences...
- RSC Live: Henry IV Part IHi David, I'm sorry to hear this and apologise for the problems you have been experiencing booking. If you email your number to firstname.lastname@example.org, I can get box office to phone you directly. Best, Jane
- That Sinking FeelingI cannot believe the sensation I had in the pit of my stomach when I heard that this film was showing!! Go Gerry Clark!
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- The DoubleMulti-talented maestro Richard Ayoade returns with an inspired adaptation of the Fyodor Dostoevsky novella. Fri 4 - Thurs 17 April
- CalvaryFather James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson) has just found out that he is going to be murdered in one week. Fri 11 - Tues 24 April
- The LunchboxAn undervalued wife's lovingly prepared food is mistakenly delivered to a mild-mannered widower. Fri 11 - Thurs 24 April
- That Sinking FeelingFilmed in the late 1970s on the streets of Glasgow, Bill Forsyth’s debut movie is a hilarious masterpiece. Tue 15 April (18.30)
- Half of a Yellow SunNigeria’s struggle for independence in the 1960s is captured through the lives and loves of very different twin sisters. Fri 18 - Thu 24 April
- Magic MagicA uniquely unsettling psychological thriller that plays with audience perceptions, starring Michael Cera. Fri 18 - Thu 24 April
- ClerksClerks presents a hilarious and scarily accurate picture of early twenties anxieties and boredom. Fri 18 April (23.00)
- The Starry Messenger with Bedwyr WilliamsThis crazy trip of a film is also a thoughtful meditation on the power of art to make sense of the chaos of the cosmos. Sat 19 April (18.15)
- A Story of Children and FilmFollowing on from The Story of Film, director Mark Cousins explores representations of childhood in cinema. Sun 20 - Tue 22 April
- Richard IIShakespeare’s play about the House of Lancaster is a politically charged exploration of power. Sun 20 April (16.00)