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- 29 AprGlasgow Film Theatre publishes free For All e-book featuring new writing from Janice Galloway, Ewan Morrison and moreWe're excited to announce the publication of For All, a free e-book exploring equality.
- 24 MarNext GFT Film Quiz 31 MarchThe GFT Film Quiz returns next Tuesday. Assemble your teams!
- 23 MarGlasgow Film Theatre Launches Deaf and Hard of Hearing Film ClubGlasgow Film Theatre today announced the launch of Visible Cinema, a monthly Film Club for deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
- 4 MayHappy 100th Birthday Orson Welles!Our month-long season O For Orson celebrates the work of arguably one of the most important director/writer/actors ever to work in motion pictures
- 30 Apr7 Remakes We Think Are Better Than the Original...With Thomas Vinterberg's Far From the Madding Crowd opening at GFT tomorrow, we started talking about our favourite remakes...
- 29 AprProgramme Note: Far From the Madding Crowd‘It is difficult for a woman to define her feelings in language which is chiefly made by men to express theirs.’
- Red Skirts on Clydeside Went to see this film today and looked forward to seeing some shots of old Glasgow and film of strong ladies who let the rent strike. I was unbelievably disappointed, what an awful programme. The background music was so annoying and interviews with older ladies was frankly boring. I learned nothing that I did not already know. Don't waste an hour of your life watching this drivel.
- 7 Remakes We Think Are Better Than the Original...THE FLY (1986) Directed by David Cronenberg. Considered fairly gruesome in its day, the original 1958 The Fly looks a teddy bears picnic at hanging rock compared to this 1986 remake. Goldblum and Cronemberg - perfect combo.
- 7 Remakes We Think Are Better Than the Original...Invasion of the Body Snatchers  Philip Kaufman directed this; it's one of the first films of that period that I ever saw. The original  is very good but the remake is much creepier and has Leonard Nimoy in it! There is also [spoiler!] an image of a dog with a man's face which is still one of the freakiest things you'll ever seen on screen, what's not to like?
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- St Etienne Live: How We Used to LiveMuch loved electro pop trio perform their original score to the acclaimed documentary. Tue 19 May.
- May Programme On SaleMay's selection of cinema is now on sale, including the new Far From the Madding Crowd and an Orson Welles season.
- Sound & VisionThe very best of sonic cinema, along with live performances that showcase the most exciting blend of music and movie-going. April & May
- The FallingThis film confirms Morley as one of Britain’s most distinctive and exciting filmmakers. From Fri 24 Apr
- A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on ExistenceWinner of the Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival, this is a masterful reflection on the human condition. From Fri 24 Apr
- Far From the Madding CrowdThomas Vinterberg, director of the Oscar-nominated Danish drama The Hunt, adapts Thomas Hardy’s 1874 novel for the big screen. Fri 1 - Thu 14 May
- SambaRe-unitingUntouchable writing/directing pair Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano with star Sy, Samba is a touching and politically astute tale of romance and cultural identity. Fri 1 - Thu 7 May
- ArgerichMade up of episodic documentary sequences, the film seamlessly blends intimate conversations and anecdotes with scenes of Martha’s performances. Fri 1 - Thu 7 May
- Seasons at GFTSound & VisionShowcasing the most exciting blend of music and movie-going: April & May
- Seasons at GFTUK Green Film FestivalBack and better than ever for its fifth edition. Mon 4 - Sun 10 May.
- Seasons at GFTPearls of Czech New WaveRestorations and classics from the Czech New Wave. Tue 5 - Tue 26 May