Lifes a Beach

Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) is committed to supporting emerging talent and providing audiences with the opportunity to see the best of world cinema. GFF's strands include the best of new Scottish and British features, art/experimental film and video, gaming, music, documentaries and an annual country focus, which in 2015 will be Australia.

GFF is fast becoming a major date in the festival calendar, with many UK distributors and exhibitors attending who could bring your film to market. Perfectly placed in February as a launch pad for spring and summer releases, GFF provides a high profile platform for film professionals, introducing some of the best new films to the UK's discerning audiences, film industry and press. Films selected through the submission process have played to enthusiastic crowds at Glasgow over the years and gone on to secure wider distribution.

Four submitted films were screened at GFF15: Wasted Time, Family Goldmine, Life's A Beach and Maya the Bee Movie.

"Audiences amazing and the most enthusiastic! Every filmmaker should experience a Glaswegian audience!" Mark Montefiore, Producer of Cas & Dylan, GFF14

Submissions will re-open for GFF16 in May 2015.

Short films (under 50 mins) should be submitted to Glasgow Short Film Festival.

Image: Life's a Beach, submission selected for GFF15.