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- 29 DecGFT Film Quiz CancelledUnfortunately, we have had to cancel the GFT Film Quiz due to take place on Tue 30 Dec. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
- 31 OctAfrica in Motion CompetitionWin a pair of tickets to Four Corners.
- 30 OctStatement from Glasgow Film's CEO Jaki McDougall on Creative Scotland's Regular Funded OrganisationsGlasgow Film comprising of the GFT, Glasgow Film Festival and Glasgow Short Film Festival is pleased to announce that it is to be part of the new Creative Scotland portfolio of Regular Funded organisations.
- 28 FebProgramme Note: White GodWriter and director Kornél Mundruczó has observed an imbalance of power and a political shift in his home nation of Hungary, and seized upon it to frame the subject of his latest feature, White God.
- 27 FebConversations About Cinema: SelmaHere at GFT, we're really inspired by a new initiative that the Watershed Cinema in Bristol has started which aims to get people talking about film...
- 9 FebValentine's Day Competition!Win a pair of tickets to one of our Valentine's Day screenings, plus dinner for 2 at Le Bistro Beaumartin!
- 1001 GramsHi John, Actually both screenings are sold out. The site hadn't updated with the new information - but has done now. Best wishes Gavin Crosby GFF
- Wasted TimeI can't manage to see the film tomorrow. Will it get a wider release? Any idea when?
- Warsaw UprisingThis is a fantastic film . I got the DVD a couple of months ago . It has English subtitles . Would be great to have seen on big screen though .
Glasgow’s centre for lovers of film, GFT has been leading the way in specialised cinema for forty 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.
- On the Trail of the Far Fur CountryKevin Nikkel’s delicate & reflective documentary rediscovers the neglected narratives of Canada’s Aboriginal population. Kevin Nikkel & co-writer Chris Nikkel attend on Sun 1 March.
- SelmaSelma is the deserved breakthrough hit from multi-talented director Ava DuVernay. Rising star David Oyelowo brings Martin Luther King to the screen. Mon 2 – Thu 5 March
- Coming HomeComing Home sensitively traces the national impact of the Cultural Revolution through the lives of one devoted couple. Sun 1 Mar.
- The Ninth CloudA young woman’s attempt to discover the meaning of her life is the basis of this ambitious existential comedy. Sun 1 Mar.
- The Duke of BurgundyThird film from critically lauded director Peter Strickland, a strange, erotic melodrama about two female lovers who live cut-off from the rest of the world. Mon 2 – Thu 5 March
- White GodOne of the discoveries at Cannes, White God is an ambitious, strikingly original political allegory filled with clever ideas and memorable images. Mon 2 – Thu 5 March