The ninth edition of Glasgow Film Festival ran from 14-24 February 2013. Boasting a programme of 368 screenings, panel discussions, live performances and special events, it was the most ambitious Festival to date, and garnered a record 39,106 total admissions – a 12% increase on 2012 figures.
GFF warmly thanks our major partners, without whose support the Festival would not be possible: Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, EventScotland and Creative Scotland .
Glasgow Film Festival will return in 2014, with Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2–12 February, Glasgow Short Film Festival 13–16 February, followed by the main Festival 20 February–2 March.
- 20 MayGlasgow Film Annual Review 2012–2013 published as submissions open for GFF14Glasgow Film (GFT and Glasgow Film Festival) celebrates a hugely successful year and the open call for film submissions for the 2014 Festival begins.
- 14 MayRachel Maclean announced as Margaret Tait Award winner We're delighted to announce that Glasgow-based artist Rachel Maclean has been chosen as the winner of this year’s Glasgow Film Festival Margaret Tait Award.
- 24 FebMost ambitious Glasgow Film Festival ever closes with record admissionsThe ninth Glasgow Film Festival ended tonight with the UK Premiere of Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing attended by the cult icon and director himself...
- 23 MayDeadline Cannes: The Golden YearsGFF Co-director Allan Hunter tells us how Cannes has fallen under the spell of the older generation in recent days and gives his verdict on Nicholas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives among others...
- 21 MayDeadline Cannes: Winners and LosersIs it too early to start talking about what might be worthy of a prize from the Cannes competition titles? The Festival runs until Sunday but some clear favourites have begun to emerge...
- 20 MayDeadline Cannes: Here Comes the Rain AgainA funny thing happened at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday. For the first time the weather prevented me from seeing a film...
- Fests within the FestOur mini fests within the Festival include Glasgow Short Film Festival, Glasgow Music and Film Festival, Glasgow Youth Film Festival and FrightFest.
- GFF YouTube ChannelWatch interviews and Q&As with Festival guests on our GFF YouTube Channel.
- GFF BlogCheck out the GFF blog for insightful interviews, articles and reviews on all things GFF13.
- GFF13 PressGFF13 press releases and online press coverage.
- The CineSkinny 2013Published each day of the Festival by The Skinny’s crack team of cinephiles, including reviews, top picks and Festival news.