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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. 

Southside Film Festival 2017: We’re All Fae Somewhere, Special Refugee Screening, Kinning Park Complex, 2 June, 2017

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Friday 2 June, 2017 Kinning Park Complex, 43 Cornwall St, Glasgow G41 1BA An evening of film, discussion, food and music with this special refugee event presented in partnership with Refuweegee and Plantation Productions that puts a spotlight both on the refugee crisis and the resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers, particularly in Govan in […]

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Southside Film Festival 2017: 2 – 4 June, 2017

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2nd – 4th June 2017 Bringing film back to the Southside This year’s Southside Film Festival – brings you screenings in a yurt, to artist film in the beautiful House for an Art Lover – most definitely something for everyone! The Ethereal Wireless of the Dreaming Mind Opening with a bang, creak and a clatter, […]

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Open Air Cinema, Kelvingrove Bandstand, West End Festival 5 – 8 June, 2017

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Join us for open air cinema, tasty street food, craft beers & cocktails under the stars at the iconic Kelvingrove Bandstand. Expect comedies, cult classics and a few award-winning movies thrown in for good measure! Kelvingrove Bandstand, Kelvin Way, G12 Films include: Monday 5 June, 2017 – 6pm – The Grand Budapest Hotel  Monday – […]

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The Work Room Movement, CCA, 24 May, 2017

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CCA Wed 24 May 2017 6.30pm, £4 (£2) + £1 booking fee, Cinema All ages Book online / 0141 352 4900 A programme of artists films commissioned by Horsecross Arts from Brian Hartley, Katrina McPherson and Su Grierson in response to the archive of choreographer Margaret Morris (1891-1980). Programme Fresh fresh air (Su Grierson, 2016) […]

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Visible Cinema: Sons and Mothers, GFT, 22 May, 2017

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Filmmaker and director Christopher Houghton will join us for a live Skype Q&A hosted by Deaf artist EJ Raymond. This screening is supported by OSKA Bright Film Festival. Join us for the fourth Visible Cinema takeover by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s BA Performance students. Sons and Mothers is an intimate documentary following six men on a journey […]

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Whitney, GFT, 11 June, 2017

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Dogwoof proudly present the UK premiere of WHITNEY ‘Can I Be Me’, followed by a Q&A with acclaimed director Nick Broomfield and a tribute performance by Michelle John from The Voice, brought to the big screen at GFT live via satellite.  Broadcast live from Sheffield Doc/Fest, this exclusive event creates the ultimate Whitney moment with […]

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Kraftwerk, GFT, 6 June, 2017

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Before the legendary musicians take to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall stage on Friday 9 June, do not miss this chance to find out how a group of reclusive Rhineland experimentalists became one of the most influential pop groups of all time. This documentary features exclusive live tracks filmed at their Tate Modern shows in […]

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Love Is Colder Than Death, GFT, 20 and 21 May, 2017

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The debut feature film from Fassbinder, this 1969 film was booed at the 19th Berlin International Film Festival, but has since been critically reappraised and is now recognised as an enduring classic from the revered director. Fassbinder himself stars as small-time pimp Franz, whose refusal to join a gangster syndicate turns both he and his […]

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Machines, GFT, until 21 May, 2017

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Director Rahul Jain presents an intimate portrayal of life and work in a gigantic textile factory in Gujarat, India. Since the 1960s, western India has undergone unprecedented, unregulated industrialisation, exemplified in its numerous textile factories. Machines examines only one of these factories, while at the same time representing the thousands of labourers working, living and […]

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The Secret Scripture, GFT, until 25 May, 2017

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Jim Sheridan (In the Name of the Father, In America) brings Sebastian Barry’s novel to the screen in an elegantly crafted, unabashedly romantic production. Roseanne McNulty (Vanessa Redgrave) has spent decades in a mental institution. Dr Grene (Eric Bana) is assigned to determine her future and discovers a Bible filled with drawings and memories of […]

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Colossal, GFT until 28 May, 2017

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The latest film from GFF favourite Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes, Extraterrestrial) achieves the seemingly impossible task of making a delicate, character-driven monster movie. After one alcohol-fuelled bender too many, Gloria (Anne Hathaway) finds herself single and homeless, forced to return to her hometown. Once there, she finds a job, reconnects with childhood friend Oscar (Jason Sudekis) […]

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Anna Krzystek’s new Untitled Series , The Tramway 5 – 21 May, 2017

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DIG presents Anna Krzystek Untitled #0.5 Film installation, screened on a loop during Tramway opening hours. Upper Foyer Gallery Preview Thursday 4 May Friday 5th May – Sunday 21st May Untitled #0.5 – Who, What And Where Is Anna is part of Anna Krzystek’s new Untitled Series exploring the premise of Nothing. A film installation […]

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Screening Irish History Outsiders’ Histories, GFT, 8 – 29 May, 2017

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GFT  8 – 29 May, 2017 This series explores dramatic and sometimes troubling aspects of Irish history. From single mothers to forgotten emigrants, each film takes the perspective of outsiders and critical voices to reveal Irish society in imaginative and provocative ways. The series includes Philomena, The Rocky Road to Dublin, I Could Read the Sky and the […]

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Climate Change Cinema: The Silent Achiever, Glasgow Science Festival, 8 June, 2017

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Climate Change Cinema: The Silent Achiever 8th June 18:00-19:30 16+ Free Book online Set in Queensland, Australia, this documentary explores how we can manage the increasingly frequent and high intensity disasters in our climate-changing world. The film will be followed by a panel Q&A, with scientists and filmmakers from across the globe. Kelvin Hall, Lecture […]

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Mindhorn directed by Sean Foley – review by Calum Maclean

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Mindhorn Directed by Sean Foley Written by Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby Cast – Julian Barratt, Essie Davis, Russell Tovey, Andrea Riseborough, Simon Farnaby, Steve Coogan It’s always a pleasure to see an idea as brilliantly daft as Mindhorn make it into mainstream cinema, but it’s even more enjoyable when that concept is carried through […]

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Edinburgh Film Festival, 21 June – 2 July, 2017

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BOOK NOW: GOD’S OWN COUNTRY ANNOUNCED FOR EIFF OPENING GALA EIFF is delighted to announce that Francis Lee’s debut feature God’s Own Country will open the 71st edition of the Festival on 21 June, 2017. Shot entirely on location in West Yorkshire,God’s Own Country is a contemporary tale of self-discovery and emotional-awakening set on the […]

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Enrico Cocozza Screening: Robot Three & Twilight, Glasgow Science Festival, 8 June, 2017

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Enrico Cocozza Screening: Robot Three & Twilight 8th June 13:00-14:00‌ 16+ Free Book Tickets Enrico Cocozza is Wishaw’s David Lynch. Watch hidden treasures from the Moving Image Archive of Sci-fi shorts: Robot Three (1951), a Frankenstein tale with echoes of Schlock Horror and German Expressionism and Twilight (1955), a post-apocalyptic nuclear fable. National Library of […]

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Gregory Porter, Don’t Forget Your Music, GFT, 25 June, 2017

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Directed by former musician and photographer Alfred George Bailey this film was shot over four years and spans the life and career of the breakthrough star, Gregory Porter. Interviews and archive footage chart Gregory’s journey from his beginnings in Bakersfield, California, to stage, studio and beyond, with his remarkable story underpinned by exclusive access during […]

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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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Frantz, GFT, 12 – 18 May, 2017

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François Ozon breaks fresh ground with this touching, beautifully crafted period drama set in the aftermath of World War One. In a small German town, Anna (Paula Beer) mourns her fiancé Frantz who was killed in combat. She finds comfort in the arrival of Frenchman Adrien (Pierre Niney), but what does she really know about […]

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GRAMNet/BEMIS Film Series A World Not Ours, CCA Wed 17 May 2017

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Wed 17 May 2017 6pm (doors 5.30pm), Free (unticketed), Cinema All ages 0141 352 4900 A World Not Ours Documentary: Palestine (2012) / Director: Mahdi Fleifel / Running time: 93 mins Arabic and English with English subtitles A World Not Ours is an intimate, humorous, portrait of three generations of exile in the refugee camp […]

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The Sky is Falling, CCA, until Sun 14 May 2017

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CCA Tue-Sat: 11am-6pm // Sun: 12noon-6pm // Free Preview: Fri 31 March, 7pm-9pm 0141 352 4900 Black Audio Film Collective, Laura Oldfield Ford, Clara Ianni, Dora Mejía and Carol Rhodes The Sky is Falling is an exhibition and event programme that presents disparate visual imaginaries, looking at how we organise ourselves in some of the […]

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Fear Eats The Soul, GFT, 13 and 14 May, 2017

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GFT 13 and 14 May, 2017 Inspired by Douglas Sirk’s All That Heaven Allows, this quietly powerful story of the unlikely relationship that evolves between an elderly woman and a Moroccan migrant worker in post-war Germany is often considered to be Fassbinder’s masterpiece. First meeting in a bar during a rainstorm, the couple are surprised […]

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UKJF The Last Laugh, CCA Sun 14 May 2017

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CCA Sun 14 May 2017 2.45pm, £8 + £1 booking fee, Cinema 12+ Book online / 0141 352 4900 Related CCA Events UKJF The New Man Wed 14 June 2017 Mel Brooks, Larry Charles, Sacha Baron Cohen, Sarah Silverman, Ricky Gervais, Etgar Keret, Joan Rivers and a host of other top comedians star in this […]

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CinemaAttic presents… Resistencia! CCA Sat 13 May 2017

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CCA Sat 13 May 2017 8pm (doors 7.30pm), £5 (£4) + £1 booking fee, Cinema 15+ Book online / 0141 352 4900 CinemaAttic promote and distribute independent Spanish and Latin-American cinema in the UK through immersive cinema experiences and networking events. Resistencia! For their May event, CinemaAttic strikes again with a programme in social and […]

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Mindhorn, GFT, 5 – 18 May, 2017

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GFT 5 – 18 May, 2017 The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barratt) still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. Redemption […]

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UK Green Film Festival at GFT, 6 – 13 May, 2017

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GFT, 12 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RB The UK Green Film Festival, a nationwide network of film lovers and green thinkers, happens in cinemas across the UK from 4-11 May, presenting the very best of environmentally themed films from around the world. GFT will present the following films as part of the festival, each with a special guest […]

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Friends of the Earth Scotland The Bentley Effect: The Story of a Social Movement, CCA Mon 15 May 2017

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Mon 15 May 2017 7pm, Free but ticketed, Cinema All ages Book via Eventbrite / 0141 352 4900 1 2 3 4 The Bentley Effect documents the extraordinary tale of a community that defied the gas juggernaut – and won. When the coal seam gas industry staked a claim on the Northern Rivers shire of […]

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Hubert Butler, Witness to the Future, GFT, Monday 15 May, 2017

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Followed by a discussion and Q&A with director Johnny Gogan, about the film and Butler’s eventful life. Described as ‘Ireland’s Orwell’, Hubert Butler (1900-91) smuggled Jewish people into Ireland from pre-war Vienna, then exposed the scale of the genocide of Serbs in war-time Croatia. Silenced in an Ireland that could not entertain criticism of Catholic Church complicity in these events, the truth-teller Butler […]

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf, GFT, 18 May, 2017

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Sonia Friedman Productions present Imelda Staunton (Gypsy, Vera Drake, the Harry Potter films), Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones, The Producers), Luke Treadaway (A Street Cat Named Bob, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The Hollow Crown) and Imogen Poots (A Long Way Down, Jane Eyre) in James Macdonald’s critically acclaimed, 5 star […]

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