Glasgow Film Festival will run from 18 February - 1 March 2015 with a packed programme including pop-up cinema and special events in unique Glasgow venues.
Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015: 11 - 15 March
Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2015: 6 - 8 February
Tickets are on sale now - the listings are viewable on What's On section of the festival website.
Glasgow Film Festival 2015 kicked off on Wednesday 18 February with the European Premiere of Noah Baumbach's While We're Young, starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Adam Driver, Amanda Seyfried, and Charles Grodin. Followed by the Opening Gala Party at The Art School, with DJs David Barbarossa, No Globe and Night of a Jaguar, music from Tut Vu Vu, food from Babu Kitchen, and drinks from Makar Gin.
Filmed by Richie Morgan.
Accessible events for British Sign Language (BSL) users at Glasgow Film Festival 2015.
My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn is a new documentary by Liv Corfixen that offers an intriguing, unconventional look at the world of her husband, Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn.
The film screens at Glasgow Film Festival on Wed 25 and Thurs 26 February: http://www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/whats_on/7126_my_life_directed_by_nicolas_winding_refn
6-8 February 2015
Glasgow Youth Film Festival is back for its seventh year 6–8 February! The only film festival in Europe completely curated by 15 –18 year olds, GYFF is taking over the GFT for a whole weekend of films about teenage and young adult life. Look out for some great Scottish and UK premieres, and a series of panels, workshops and masterclasses offering young people interested in working in film and TV the chance to meet and work with industry professionals.
More info at glasgowfilm.org/gyff
Glasgow Short Film Festival
11-15 March 2015
Scotland’s leading short film festival returns in March, bringing together Scottish and international filmmakers, industry delegates and the local audience for an intense five days of competition screenings, unique special programmes, workshops and parties.
Trailer by Cara Connolly and Martin Clark, starring Gavin Mitchell.
A preview of some of the films featured in Glasgow Film Festival 2015, which happens across Glasgow from 18 Feb - 1 March.
Download the full festival brochure at glasgowfilm.org/festival.
A sneak preview of the 1928 silent classic, with Irene Buckley's stunning new live soundtrack, which will be screened and performed at Glasgow Film Festival 2015 on Sunday 22 February in the atmospheric Gothic grandeur of Pollokshaws Burgh Hall, using the venue's original Wurlitzer Cinema Organ and voices. Tickets available here: http://www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/whats_on/6863_the_fall_of_the_house_of_usher_with_live_score
Glasgow Film Festival 2015 (18 February – 1 March)
New strands for 2015 include:
Here's Looking at You, Kid - The life and career of Ingrid Bergman
Strewth! - celebrating Australian cinema
The first six events of the GFF15 programme go on sale this week. The full GFF15 programme will be viewable online from Thursday 22 January, with tickets on sale from Monday 26 January at 10am.
Animation – BoxDog Films
Music – Sam Gallagher
Glasgow Film & 85A's event Cargo, Camera...ACTION! took place on Saturday 26 July as part of the Festival 2014 celebrations.
Filmed by Jonnie Lewis & edited by Richie Morgan.
In a unique merging of film and music, Admiral Fallow celebrate a joint tenth anniversary with the Glasgow Film Festival in style down at the old Fruitmarket.
Film Director and renowned set decorater Roger Christian talks about making his short film 'Black Angel' which was played before screenings of The Empire Strikes Back.
On Wednesday 26 February, GFF14 played host to the launch party of Cargo, Camera, Action. 85A, Africa in Motion, McLaren 2014, Tawona Sithole and King Creosote joined GFF to launch Glasgow Film Festival 2014 project.
During one day in July, Glasgow Film will present a dynamic cinema experience exploring the theme of movement in significant, unexpected and underused locations, connecting communities and bringing the best of Scottish film to the fore. Working alongside Glasgow-based art collective 85A, a spectacular cinematic takeover will be staged in and around the Clyde. The activity will take place throughout the day, culminating in a stunning performance finale on the Clyde at dusk.
Artist Rachel Maclean and GFF Producer Corinne Orton discuss Glasgow Film Festival's Margaret Tait Award. Maclean's film A Whole New World won the 2013 Award and screened at GFF14.
For more information on the Margaret Tait Award, please see http://www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/glasgow_film_awards
Film by Richie Morgan
Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin plays out the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival. Actors Paul Brannigan and Scott Dymond walk the red carpet and tell us about working on the film.
Glasgow Film Festival hosted the Scottish Premiere of David Mackenzie's new film Starred Up. After the screening, star of the film Jack O'Connell, writer Jonathan Asser and Director David Mackenzie took part in a Q&A about the film's production.