What's on at GFTAll upcoming films and events →
- 18 AugWIN tickets + King Creosote's new album From Scotland with Love!Released on 21 July 2014, King Creosote's album From Scotland With Love is his first album since his Mercury-nominated collaborative record with Jon Hopkins, Diamond Mine...
- 11 AugWin tickets + prizes to Ari Folman's The Congress!Ari Folman's second feature The Congress screens at GFT from Friday 15 August...
- 28 JulWINWINWIN Mood Indigo bumper prize giveaway!We have a very exciting prize bundle up for grabs for Michel Gondry's new feature Mood Indigo...
- 21 AugProgramme Note: Two Days, One NightMoney has been a conspicuous theme throughout the oeuvre of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne...
- 19 AugProgramme Note: From Scotland with LoveYou can tell an awful lot – and yet also very little – from the title of From Scotland With Love...
- 4 AugBig Star: Live in Memphis: Interview with filmmaker David Julian LeonardAfter an emotional premiere in singer Alex Chilton’s hometown of Memphis, filmmaker David Julian Leonard is bringing the film to Glasgow for its 3rd ever screening...
- WIN tickets + King Creosote's new album From Scotland with Love!ABBA: Only because I am sick to death over not having Pierce Brosnan chase me about when I'm trying to get on with my daily business.
- WIN tickets + King Creosote's new album From Scotland with Love!The Queen: cos operatic/dramatic rock would be great!
- WIN tickets + King Creosote's new album From Scotland with Love!Hello all, Thank you for your wonderful answers, it's been amusing and challenging for us to pick a winner, but we are going to go with Jean Patrick and John on this occasion. Jean because- who knows?- maybe she or Maggie Bell can be spotted in the background of some of From Scotland with Love's 1940s/50s footage, and John because, well, he made us chuckle. Enter again next time, everyone!
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.
- God Help the GirlBelle and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch makes his directorial debut in this enchanting indie-pop love letter to Glasgow’s music scene. From Sat 16 Aug.
- Two Days, One NightA hit at Cannes earlier this year, this outstanding film has been called a Twelve Angry Men of the 21st century. Fri 22 - Thu 28 Aug
- WakoldaAn intriguing, atmospheric tale based on director Lucía Puenzo’s own novel. Fri 22–Thu 28 Aug
- Hide Your Smiling FacesHide Your Smiling Faces follows two brothers as they try to come to terms with the death of a friend. Fri 22–Thu 28 Aug
- AftershockA huge success in China before opening at Toronto International Film Festival in 2010. Wed 27 Aug.
- The Grand SeductionAn infinitely charming, breezy and winning comedy, starring Brendan Gleeson. Fri 29 Aug - Thu 4 Sep.
- Mystery RoadAn atmospheric, expertly controlled film of quietly escalating intensity. Fri 29 Aug - Thu 4 Sep.
- Night MovesA beautifully photographed move into a Hitchcock-style suspense story from the director of Meek’s Cutoff. Fri 29 Aug - Thu 4 Sep.
- Obvious ChildThis debut film from writer-director Gillian Robespierre is a refreshing and uproarious look at the reality of single life today. Fri 29 Aug - Thu 4 Sep.
- The African QueenHumphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn star in this classic tale of romance and daring. Sun 31 Aug & Tue 2 Sep.
- Seasons at GFTTo See OurselsAn entertaining opportunity tae think again about Scottish culture and identity.
- Seasons at GFTA Century of Chinese CinemaRare screenings of hard-to-see Chinese films along with classics new and old.
- Seasons at GFTBlues in the NightA season that explores four distinctive European variants on the iconic noir style.
- Special EventsIt's a Wonderful LifeTickets on sale now for Fri 19 - Wed 24 Dec.
- Special EventsRSC Live: The Two Gentlemen of VeronaShakespeare's exuberant romantic comedy returns to the stage. Wed 3 Sep.
- Special EventsNT Live: MedeaHelen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to take the title role in this powerful tragedy. Thu 4 & Sun 14 Sep.