Glasgow Film Festival ran from 20 February - 2 March 2014 with a packed programme including pop-up cinema and special events in unique Glasgow venues ensuring that the Festival presence was felt in every corner of the city.
We look forward to seeing you in 2015!
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
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.
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.
Magician and actor Ricky Jay and filmmaker Molly Bernstein bring the amazing new documentary "Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay" to the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival. In the Q&A Molly Bernstein talks a little about how to cinematically represent magic, while Ricky Jay tells an interesting story about being a Bond villain...
For the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival, Kelvingrove Art Museum and Gallery played host to a pop up screening of Young Frankenstein.
Lauren Mayberry of Chvrches says a few words about punk feminist icon Kathleen Hanna at the Glasgow Film Festival screening of The Punk Singer.
Terry Gilliam brings his brand new film The Zero Theorem to the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival.
In this interview he talks about the film, working with Christoph Waltz and the elements of modern life that he drew into the film's setting.
Actor Richard Dreyfuss and Director Richard Dreyfuss talk about their brand new feature Cas & Dylan which they brought to the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival.
Director George Sluizer gives a Q&A after the UK premiere of his feature film 'Dark Blood'.
Only recently finished after the tragic death of River Phoenix halted production, George tells the Glasgow audience about his experiences working with River Phoenix and a scene that he was unable to shoot.
French fashion designer and producer Agnès Troublé, aka agnès b., talks about her directorial debut My Name is Hmmm...
Richard Ayoade brings his brilliant new film 'The Double' to the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival.
American soul singer Claudia Lennear attended the UK premiere of 20 Feet from Stardom and performed with Glasgow Gospel Choir in GFT as part of the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival.
Music by Barry 'Epoch' Topping - https://soundcloud.com/nostoppingepoch
For one night only, the magic of the 80's Arcade comes to the Glasgow Film Festival.
As part of his Game Cats go Miaow strand, Rab Florence invited gamers to the Glue Factory in Glasgow for a pop up cinema screening of the iconic movie Tron. To accompany the screening, the magic of the arcade was brought back to life with cabinets and pinball machines...it was an evening of smokey blue light, good music and video games.
The Glasgow Film Festival kicks off it's 10th year with a bang! With a screening of Wes Anderson's brand new film The Grand Budapest Hotel, followed by a party at Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel.
Music by Kid Canaveral
As part of the 2014 Glasgow Film Festival, GFF paired up with Street Food Cartel to deliver a unique event which paired food and film.
At the brig gait in Glasgow, film lovers were treated to some culinary treats alongside a screening of Martin Scorcese's brilliant Goodfellas, a film that just makes you want to eat!
Details of further Street Food events taking place on Saturday the 22nd and Sunday the 23rd of February can be found here.
Music by: Kevin Macleod