Here you'll find a round up of all the added extras we like to give you to support our year-round programme of great films and events. You can click to read interviews and articles ahead of upcoming events at GFT, programme notes written by local film journalists, academics and post-graduates which support our screenings and seasons and see video and photo coverage of our events. We'll also have staff recommendations and reviews.
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- 4 FebProgramme Note: RamsSince Rams is deeply concerned with themes of heritage and history, let’s begin with some context. Read this blog post →
- 4 FebProgramme Note: TrumboAs Henry Barnes notes, ‘if there's one subject that Hollywood finds infinitely fascinating, it's Hollywood.’Read this blog post →
- 28 JanProgramme Note: YouthNot unlike the recent surreal comedy The Lobster, Youth takes place in a hotel where life moves at its own rhythms. Read this blog post →
- 6 JanProgramme Note: A WarCinema is often a mirror to cultural preoccupations; cinema about war doubly so.Read this blog post →
- 18 DecThe Forbidden Room Programme NoteA dense quilt of nested scenes that were allegedly pulled from the cinema’s great abandoned films.Read this blog post →
- 16 DecThe Best of 2015 (according to us)The Glasgow Film staff run down their favourite flicks of 2015.Read this blog post →
- 3 DecProgramme Note: an Interview with Terence DaviesWriter Nathanael Smith interviews director Terence Davies about the making of Sunset Song. Read this blog post →
- 13 NovTangerine Programme NoteExemplifying the popular proverb that necessity is the mother of invention, director Sean Baker used the scantest of resources to deliver the most original film of 2015. Read this blog post →
- 6 NovDuncan Marquiss: Margaret Tait Award updateWinner of the 2015 Margaret Tait Award, Duncan Marquiss updates us on his progress.Read this blog post →
- 29 OctTaxi Tehran Programme NoteJafar Panahi is a director whose ingenuity and commitment to filmmaking sees him risk prosecution in order to produce his work. Read this blog post →