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Glasgow Film Festival 2018

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Glasgow loves cinema and offers a wide selection of entertainment to film goers and movie buffs alike. You can see all the latest big releases or catch an art house movie, participate in film quiz nights and enjoy special screenings.

Glasgow Film Festival 2018 – 21 February – 3 March, 2018

Queer Classics Film Festival, CCA, 25– 26 May, 2018

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CCA Fri 25 May — Sat 26 May 2018 Tickets: £4.50 (£2.50) + £1 Booking fee Weekend pass: £30 + £1 Booking fee CCA Events Two days of screenings depicting iconic representations of LGBTQ + people across the decades. From the “gay boys” of Japan’s 1960s trans, sub culture in Funeral Parade of Roses, 1969; to the […]

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More on Southside Film Festival 2018

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1 – 3 June, 2018 Full programme information is available on  Southside Festival Website or on the festival’s Facebook events Faceboo Events Page and advance tickets are available via WeGotTickets.com/southsidefilm Kinning Park Complex The festival kicks off at Kinning Park Complex with music producer and master turntablist Bunty, a veteran of Glasgow’s hip-hop scene and Sapien -fresh off painting […]

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Moana Sing a long, GFT

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Monday 28 May, 2018 –  3.20 p.m. The song-packed story of Moana and her adventures comes to GFT for an unmissable one-off event. On the island of Motunui, young Moana lives a sheltered life of ease and contentment. But when an ancient curse threatens the island, Moana breaks with tradition and sets out across the sea to find the trickster demigod Maui […]

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Look Back In Anger GFT

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27 and 29 May, 2018 Richard Burton stars as Jimmy, a disaffected university graduate living in an industrial Midlands town, in Tony Richardson’s classic British social realist film. Jimmy kicks back at the establishment around him and the middle-class aspirations of his wife, Alison. Earning a scant living as a market trader, he grows increasingly […]

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The Ciambra, GFT

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31 May – 21 June, 2018 The outskirts of Gioia Tauro, a coastal town in the southern Italian region of Reggio Calabria is the setting for Jonas Carpignano’s second feature, the middle film of a planned trilogy which began with 2015’s Mediterranea. Romani teenager Pio (Pio Amato), one of the supporting characters in the first picture takes centre […]

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Fortunata, GFT

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Monday, 28 May, 2018 Built around a powerhouse, multi-award-winning central performance by Jasmine Trinca (The Best of Youth), Fortunata is the latest collaboration between writer-director husband and wife team Margaret Mazzantini and Sergio Castellito. Trinca plays a straight-talking single mother who plans to open her own hair salon in Rome. Both Trinca and Castellito have spoken of Anna Magnani’s character in Pier Paolo […]

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Edie, GFT

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25 – 31 May, 2018 British filmmaker Simon Hunter’s touching feature Edie revolves around a powerhouse central performance from Sheila Hancock as the titular character. At the age of 83, newly widowed Edie spontaneously decides to leave home and attempt a long-held ambition: to climb a Scottish mountain. Edie embarks on the adventure of a lifetime, accompanied by local camping shop owner Jonny […]

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Zama GFT

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25 – 31 May, 2018 Lucrecia Martel’s first feature since 2008’s The Headless Woman is a sumptuous adaptation of Antonio Di Benedetto’s classic novel. In 18th century South America, Don Diego de Zama (Daniel Giménez Cacho) is a minor cog in the Spanish rule of what is now Paraguay. Far from home and separated from loved ones, he is shunned by […]

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On Chesil Beach GFT

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25 May – 3 Jun, 2018 Adapted from Atonement author Ian McEwan’s Booker Prize-shortlisted novella of the same name, On Chesil Beach centres on young newlyweds Florence (Saoirse Ronan) and Edward (Billy Howle). In the early 1960s and deeply in love, the differences between the couple only become truly apparent on their wedding night-when they find themselves with […]

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Radical Film Network Transit Arts: How to Thrive CCA

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Sun 27 May 2018 7pm, Free but ticketed, Cinema 18+ / F-rated Book Online / 0141 352 4900 ‘How to Thrive’ is a screening event built around three videos spanning forty years which document group formation on the margins. Communities living outside of the law and beyond social acceptance propose tactics for survival and subversion. Groups of […]

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Refugee Festival Films at GFT

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Refugee Festival Scotland celebrates the contribution refugees make to life in Scotland – the food and drink, music and poetry, dance, visual art and ideas. The festival offers people from different backgrounds the chance to meet and celebrate together: to sample a little of each other’s cultures, listen to each other’s stories and get to […]

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Jane Campion Season, Glasgow Film Theatre June, 2018

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Jane Campion has forged a career around the theme of women on the edge of societal norms, from her feature debut Sweetie in 1989 through to her lauded television series Top of the Lake. She became the first female director to win the Palme d’Or (for The Piano in 1993) and continues to blaze a trail as one of […]

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Weird Weekend Matchbox Cineclub CCA

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2 and 3 June, 2018 CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD Matchbox Cineclub presents a whole weekend of strange and unseen cinema from around the world. Orphans, outcasts and outliers from across time and space, with a host of special guests, Q&As and events. We’ve scoured the world to bring you some of the […]

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Interview with Filmmaker Samir Mehanović – Calum Maclean

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Interview with Filmmaker Samir Mehanović 8 September, 2016 BAFTA award winning filmmaker Samir Mehanović returns to his homeland in his powerful new documentary The Fog of Srebrenica. The film explores the human stories of one of the darkest chapters of recent European history, the genocide of 8000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys by the Serbian […]

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The Craft – screening Burnt Church Film Club

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Burnt Church Film Club Presents: Thursday 26th July 2018 THE CRAFT Doors 18:30 “We are the weirdos, mister” Entry £5 Buy tickets Burnt Church Film Club, 142 Renfield Street, Glasgow Event on Facebook

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Southside Film Festival 2018

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1st – 3rd June 2018 Bringing film back to the Southside For this year’s programme  inspiration has been taken from the Scottish Government’s Year of Young People with lots of films for young people, about young people and programmed by young people. Kids can roll out of bed in their PJs and come along to […]

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Edinburgh Film Festival 2018

  20 June – 1 July, 2018 Programme includes: Opening Gala – Puzzle Jaws is back Retrospective – Monteray Pop Closing Gala – Swimming With Men ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE OR FROM FILMHOUSE BOX OFFICE, EITHER IN PERSON OR BY CALLING 0131 623 8030.  

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The Grosvenor Cinema, Ashton Lane, Glasgow G12

The Grosvenor Ashton Lane, G12 Get Cinema Listings To book: 0845 166 6002 Ashton Ln, Glasgow G12 8SJ 0845 166 6002 grosvenorwestend.co.uk/films/    

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RFN Secret Cinema Sunday, CCA, Glasgow

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20 May, 2018,  3.30 p.m. An afternoon of pop up secret, radical cinema. Two feature length programmes will be screened throughout the day – but you won’t know what they are until you show up. Programme 01: 15:30 – 17:00 Programme 02: 17:00 – 18:30 We hope to attract an inquisitive audience, excited by cinema […]

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RFN68 Salute, CCA Glasgow

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Saturday 19 May 2018 6:15pm, Free/£1/£3/£5/£7 + £1 booking fee, Cinema All ages Book Online / 0141 352 4900 The Black Power Salute at the 1968 Mexico Olympics was an iconic moment in the USA Civil Rights movement. This documentary feature provides insight into the incident when two Black American athletes protest racism, the war in Vietnam and […]

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Friday, May 18, 2018 | Filed under: Cinema

Radical Film Network Scotland RFN68, CCA

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Fri 18 May — Sun 20 May 2018 rfnscotland.comRadical Film Network Scotland is a network involved in politically engaged and aesthetically innovative cinema. This May,RFN present a programme of films and discussions that explore and reflect on the film culture and legacy of 1968.That year was the tipping point for a series of political, social and countercultural […]

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Concrete Soldiers Scottish Premiere of Documentary, Kinning Park Complex, Glasgow

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Don’t miss out on the Scottish premiere of the documentary ‘Concrete Soldiers’ with director Nikki Woolf and journalist Andy Worthington. A grassroots film about the fight against gentrification and council-estate demolition in London, Concrete Soldiers is also an inspiring call to action featuring the voices of residents who have refused the reality of social cleansing. The […]

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A Cambodian Spring, Glasgow Film Theatre

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23 and 24 May, 2018 The screening on Thu 24 May (19.50) will be followed by a Q&A with director Chris Kelly and the Venerable Sovath. This intimate documentary focuses on three remarkable individuals to explore the chaotic, and often violent, developments shaping modern-day Cambodia. They are Buddhist monk and award-winning activist Venerable Loun Sovath, housing rights activist and mother Toul Srey Pov, […]

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NT Live: Macbeth,Glasgow Film Theatre

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19 May, 2018 Shakespeare’s most intense and terrifying tragedy, directed by Rufus Norris (The Threepenny Opera, London Road), will see Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths […]

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A Quiet Place, Glasgow Film Theatre

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19 – 22 May, 2018 Directed and co-written by actor John Krasinski, modern horror A Quiet Place has proved a hit with audiences and critics alike. In a postapocalyptic 2020, a family must navigate their lives in silence to avoid being killed by mysterious blind creatures that hunt by sound. The family communicate only in sign language but an impending change threatens […]

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Mansfield 66/67, Glasgow Film Theatre

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21 – 22 May, 2018 Last year marked 50 years since blonde bombshell Jayne Mansfield’s life was taken in a freak car accident. Based on rumours and hearsay, this new documentary explores her final two years, focusing on her alleged romantic relationship with Anton LaVey, head of the Church of Satan. Featuring interviews from an eclectic array of cultural luminaries (including John Waters […]

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The Wound, Glasgow Film Theatre

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18 – 21 May, 2018 South Africa’s official entry to the 2018 Academy Awards for best foreign language film, The Wound is a provocative study of masculinity. Xolani, a lonely, closeted factory worker joins the men of his community in the mountains of the Eastern Cape to initiate a group of teenage boys into manhood. […]

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Jeune Femme, Glasgow Film Theatre

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18 –24 May, 2018 Broke, with nothing but a cat to her name and doors closing in her face, 31-year-old Paula (a delightful performance from Laetitia Dosch) is back in Paris after a break-up. Determined to make a new start with style and panache, Paula throws herself towards anything that could represent a future: new people, new jobs, […]

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Filmworker, Glasgow Film Worker

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18 – 24 May, 2018 After his acclaimed performance as Lord Bullingdon in Barry Lyndon (1975), actor Leon Vitali virtually disappeared from cinema screens. Filmworker reveals the extraordinary story of what happened as he sacrificed a thriving acting career to become Stanley Kubrick’s right hand man for more than two decades. Previously unseen footage, memos and photos accompany […]

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Grave of the Fireflies, Glasgow Film Theatre

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19 and 23 May, 2018 We commemorate the life and work of director Isao Takahata, the co-founder of Studio Ghibli, who died on 5 April this year, with this 30th anniversary screening of his most famous work. Set in Japan at the tail end of the Second World War, the film follows teenager Seita and […]

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