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- 18 AugGFT in September: Julieta, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Captain Fantastic, All About Almodóvar and Take One Action! Film FestivalGFT bring another packed programme to audiences in September.
- 5 JulGFT in July/August: Adapting Miss Highsmith, Classic Summer Blockbusters and Bill Forsyth at 70This summer GFT have an exciting range of new releases, vintage classics and unique screenings to keep audiences entertained over the warmer months.
- 5 JulFatal Visions: Macbeth On ScreenThis August, Glasgow Film Festival commemorates 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare with 3 pop-up screenings.
- 25 AugProgramme Note: Julieta & All About AlmodovarAhead of the release of Almodovar's latest film, we retrospectively look at some of his early films screening at GFT.
- 23 AugProgramme Note: The Glass CellAdapting Miss Highsmith continues on Wednesday 24 August with Hans W. Geissendörfer's The Glass Cell.
- 19 AugProgramme Note: The American FriendAdapting Miss Highsmith continues with Wim Wenders' The American Friend, starring counter-culture icon Dennis Hopper.
- WIN two tickets to Al Pacino's Salomé and Wilde SaloméThe Godfather. When Al Pacino decides what needs to be done. When he shows for the first time that he is a leader, being the smallest brother and is planning how to kill the police captain and Sollozzo. A very strong scene!
- GFT Blog: Our Favourite AdaptationsI really enjoyed the transfers of Welsh's Trainspotting and Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird. Also Ellis's American Psycho.
- GFT Blog: Our Favourite AdaptationsA Scanner Darkly - Richard Linklater There have been tones of films based on the work of Philip K. Dick [most of them are pretty rubbish] & everyone always cites Blade Runner as the grand-daddy of them all. As great as that film is, I'd like to draw attention to Richard Linklater's adaptation of Dick's 1977 novel about a drug user living with other addicts who's doubling as a narcotics agent investigating the members of the household, including himself. Perfecting the rotoscope animation technique he experimented with in Waking Life, I think Linklater manages to convey the paranoia that runs through the novel rather brilliantly. He also gets excellent performances from an ensemble cast that includes Keanu Reeves, Robert Downey Jr. and Winona Ryder. It's unlike Linklater's other films because of its atmosphere whilst simultaneously being right within his wheelhouse because it retains his sympathetic, humanist approach to his characters. Highly recommend it! I also love the film adaptation of Fight Club. Jackie Brown [which is based on Elmore Leonard's Rum Punch] is awesome too as is the Coen Bros. True Grit - could type paragraphs about those films too but I'll just pick one.