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- 15 MayWin tickets to jazz age-epic The Great Gatsby!Roll up, roll up for Baz Luhrmann’s much-anticipated adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘Great American Novel’!
- 9 MayWin tickets to Plan 9 from Outer Space!Win tickets to the atrociously brilliant Plan 9 from Outer Space!
- 25 AprWin tickets to Rushmore!Enter our competition and win free tickets to Wes Anderson's Rushmore.
- 16 MayDeadline Cannes: Gatsby is Great!The skies turned grey and the rain began to tumble in Cannes this morning just as the assembled mass of the international press were waiting in an orderly fashion to savour their first glimpse of The Great Gatsby...
- 7 MayPop-Up! Programmers: Refugee Week screeningsCatriona Reilly, a member of the Pop-Up! Programmers committee, tells us how the group got involved in programming films for Refugee Week...
- 6 MayProgramme note: A HijackingWhen asked why he had chosen to use the non-specific article ‘A’ rather than ‘The’ in his title, writer/director Tobias Lindholm explained, ‘the title distances the film from the action genre.
- Win tickets to jazz age-epic The Great Gatsby!For me, it has to be either Fight Club, or American Psycho. Both are stylish, pacy, and remain pretty faithful to the original text, while bringing clarity to difficult narrative structure. Both deal with dissociation, both began as underground novels, but turned into enduringly popular films. On balance, I think I would have to pick Fight Club, because I just love it that little bit more. It has more pace, more empathy and the performances are more finely tuned. There is also more of a narrative arc in the story, and the comedy is more keen, less one-tone than AS. Also, any film with a cameo by Meatloaf is bound to be truly great. But shhhhhhhh! Remember rule one of Fight Club?
- Win tickets to jazz age-epic The Great Gatsby!Jim Thompson's The Getaway. The best 20th century crime fiction novel, perfectly brought to screen by Sam Peckinpah, Steve McQueen and Ali McGraw.
- Win tickets to jazz age-epic The Great Gatsby!The entries have been sifted through with a fine toothcomb, and after a lot of deliberation, the winners have been chosen! Congratulations to Stephen (To Kill a Mockingbird) and Lucy Brouwer ( LA Confidential). You both win two tickets to The Great Gatsby! I'll be in touch regarding collection of your tickets etc. Thanks to everyone for entering - hope you all manage to go and see the film! Best, Jane
Glasgow’s centre for lovers of film, GFT has been leading the way in specialised cinema for 39 years. From art house cinema to late night cult screenings and from classics back on the big screen to independent documentaries, there's something for everyone at GFT.
Building work has started on GFT's Cinema 3. Our opening hours during the building period are Monday - Thursday from 5pm, Friday from half an hour before the first film starts, Saturday from 11am and Sunday from 12 noon. A selection of refreshments and snacks will still be available during the build.
- GFT Cinema 3The building of your new sixty-seat screen starts on Monday 27 May in the first phase of a major redevelopment.
- The Great GatsbySpectacular adaptation of Fitzgerald’s 1920’s jazz-era novel follows one man's tragic pursuit of the American Dream. Until Thu 30 May
- A Hijacking The sweaty, claustrophobic reality of being held captive at sea is captured with authenticity in this Danish thriller. Until Thu 23 May (not 21)
- I'm So Excited!Pedro Almodóvar returns to his crazy comedy roots with this gloriously camp romp set on board a flight to Mexico City. Until Thu 23 May
- Something in the AirA love letter to the legacy and possibilities of the period in France surrounding the events of May 1968. Fri 24 May - Thu 6 Jun
- The StokerA shell-shocked veteran of the Afghan-Soviet War works as a stoker in this disturbing comedy/drama. Fri 24 - Sun 26 May
- The Room‘The Citizen Kane of bad movies’ celebrates its 10th anniversary. Expect gaping plot-holes and hammy acting! Fri 24 May (23.15)
- TheoremThe members of a wealthy family are variously seduced and abandoned by a mysterious, Apollo-like visitor. Sun 26 & Tue 28 May
- NT Live: This HouseJames Graham’s biting, energetic and critically-acclaimed new play follows the turmoil of 1970s British politics. Sun 26 May