What's on at GFTAll upcoming films and events →
- 20 OctLe jour se leve CompetitionWin a book about the film plus a pair of tickets!
- 2 OctRay Winstone tickets and prize giveaway!Ray Winstone will make a special appearance at GFT next week - make sure you're there!
- 25 SepScotland Loves Anime CompetitionWin a Scotland Loves Anime pass
- 7 OctProgramme Note: Palo AltoIt is nighttime in Palo Alto, California, a comfortable, if unremarkable, bedroom community on the fringes of San Francisco...
- 2 OctProgramme Note: Human CapitalBased on American author Stephen Amidon's 2004 novel of the same name, Human Capital has recently been confirmed as Italy's official submission for next year's foreign film category at the Academy Awards...
- 29 SepProgramme Note: A Spell to Ward Off the DarknessA lot is intuited about A Spell to Ward off the Darkness from the typography of its title alone...
- Le jour se leve CompetitionThis takes me back to when I binged on Gabin films at uni. Loved Pepe le Moko and remember Le Jour Se Leve as it was one of the first films to use flashback. Happy days!
- Le jour se leve CompetitionGrand Illusion and Pepe Le Moko and also the first 2 films I think of when I hear Jean Gabin, but I would have to go for Touchez Pas Au Grisbi from 1954. Young Gabin is amazing, but this older Gabin carries such a world weariness on his face, I love it. He has lived a life and conveys so much just from a look. Grisbi is a crime movie by Jacques Becker, who also made the fascinating prison escape film Le Trou a few years later.
- Le jour se leve CompetitionDes gens sans importance. Gabin's melancholic portrayal as the older truck driver falling in love with the young woman suggests tragedy from the off. Beautiful film altogether.
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- Gone GirlDavid Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s global best seller features an all-star cast in a tangled tale of love, lies and deceit in recession-era New York. Fri 3 - Thu 23 Oct.
- '71A tight, taut and, at times, explosive period thriller. Showing until Thu 23 Oct.
- Palo AltoThe hopes and hang-ups of drifting American teens are evocatively examined by Gia Coppola (granddaughter of Francis) in this atmospheric adaptation. Fri 17 - Thu 23 Oct.
- Maps to the StarsCanadian maestro Cronenberg returns with his latest look at the dark undersides of humanity. Fri 17 - Thu 23 Oct.
- Northern SoulThis is a story of a youth culture that changed a generation and influenced songwriters, producers, DJs and designers for decades to come. Wed 22 - Thu 23 Oct.
- The BabadookAn imaginative and tense horror from debut feature director Jennifer Kent. Fri 24 - Thu 30 Oct.
- SerenaThe depression-era tale of entrepreneurial-minded Serena Pemberton and her timber magnate husband George. From Fri 24 Oct.
- Bjork: BiophiliaThe film catches Björk at her most indescribable, performing every track from her studio album, along with some classics. Fri 24 - Sun 26 Oct.
- Nas: Time Is IllmaticNas: Time is Illmatic offers a unique account of Nas' evolution from young street poet to visionary MC. Mon 27 - Thu 30 Oct
- Zabriskie PointA free-spirited portrait of a shamelessly idealistic generation. Tue 28 - Wed 29 Oct