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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- 30 JanProgramme Note: Inherent ViceRegularly cited as one of the greatest living directors, it is not a surprise that Paul Thomas Anderson was the person who decided to undertake the challenge of adapting a Thomas Pynchon book...Read this blog post →
- 19 JanWhat is your favourite teen movie?WIN tickets to Clueless and Beyond Clueless!Read this blog post →
- 14 JanProgramme Note: WhiplashThe second feature from writer/director Damien Chazelle, Whiplash is both intensely original in its drive and passion, whilst also being a throwback to a myriad of archetypical film types.Read this blog post →
- 12 JanProgramme Note: FoxcatcherJohn du Pont was the heir to a massive fortune via a family whose high social stature can be traced all the way back to the American Revolution...Read this blog post →
- 5 JanProgramme Note: BirdmanIf you’re going to be in a superhero movie, you only get one chance. You’re that character forever.Read this blog post →
- 10 DecThe Best of 2014 (according to us)Now that 2014 is winding towards its close, we decided to look back on our favourite films of the year. This has proved to be quite the challenge – sparking much debate in the Glasgow Film HQ.Read this blog post →
- 3 DecDocs in DecemberWe’ve got some fantastic documentaries showing at GFT this December. Here's a closer look at them all.Read this blog post →
- 1 DecWhy we think AI: Artificial Intelligence deserves the big screen treatmentAs we look forward to Jan Harlan in Conversation on Wed 10 Dec, we take a closer look at AI: Artificial IntelligenceRead this blog post →
- 26 NovWomen in Sci-Fi, the Teknowomen BlogTo coincide with our Teknowomen season, we decided to choose our favourite female sci-fi characters in film. Read this blog post →
- 25 NovProgramme Note: Stations of the CrossStations of the Cross is formally divided into fourteen chapters, each consisting of one shot, following fourteen year old Maria (newcomer Lea van Acken) as she prepares for confirmation. Read this blog post →