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.
- GFF15 Tickets on Sale18 February - 1 March. The full GFF programme has now launched. Pick up a brochure at GFT or check it out online.
- GFF15 Programme AnnouncedOpening Gala - European premiere of Noah Baumbach's While We're Young. Closing Gala - UK premiere of Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure.
- Meet the ProgrammersFind out what gems the programmers want to see at GFF15, as they discuss the newly-released programme, followed by a free screening of Charlie's Country
- Glasgow's Love Affair with the MoviesCinema City programme strand; partnership with award-winning travel specialists, McKinlay Kidd; specially-curated exhibition, Jeely Jars and Seeing Stars.
- GFF15 TrailerWe’re screening the first film of Glasgow Film Festival 2015 (albeit a miniature one).
- Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015Scottish premiere of the dazzling Vertical Cinema, and Strange Electricity, a night inspired by Sähkö Recordings.
- 5 FebGuest CancellationGlasgow Film Festival regrets to announce that Natalie Dormer will no longer be attending the festival.
- 20 JanGlasgow Film Festival 'Geres' up for 12th programme!An exciting, innovative, audience-focused programme packed with premieres and GFF trademark pop-up cinema events.
- 11 JanFrightFest celebrates 11th year at Glasgow Film FestivalWorld, European & UK premieres dominate as with record-breaking thirteen FrightFest titles at Glasgow Film Festival.
- 5 FebUnmissable Animation at GFF16Nathanael Smith talks all things animation on offer at GFF, including Disney and Studio Ghibli.
- 4 FebSinging The Praises Of Urban HymnGFF Co-director Allan Hunter writes why you shouldn't miss Urban Hymn.
- 2 FebFive Films About Filmmaking at GFF16GFF blogger Nathanael Smith takes a look at five films that celebrate the medium of cinema in all of its forms.