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GFF 2015, Scottish Premiere Shaun The Sheep Movie, Wed 4 February

shaun.jpgScottish Premiere Shaun The Sheep Movie

Wednesday 4 February, 2015 – 6 p.m.

Glasgow Film Festival runs from 18 February – 1 March 2015.

Start Glasgow Film Festival early with the Scottish premiere of
Shaun The Sheep Movie!

★★★★ ‘Generous, inclusive and genuinely inspiring’ – The Guardian
★★★★ ‘Purely charming... tickles the same neglected folds of your brain as

Chaplin, Keaton, and Laurel and Hardy.’ – The Telegraph

 Calling all parents, animation fans and comedy lovers! As a sneak preview of their new Modern Families strand, Glasgow Film Festival is delighted to host the Scottish Premiere of Aardman Animations’ Shaun The Sheep Movie, on Wednesday 4 February, in the company of the film’s directors Mark Burton and Richard Starzack, who will answer questions after the screening.
 
Based on the hit television show, this all-new film follows what happens when Shaun decides to take a day off and have some fun. Pretty soon he finds himself in bother as a mix up with a caravan and a very steep hill leads to his farmer being forced to leave the farm. Soon it is up to Shaun and his flock to travel to the big city and mount a daring rescue for their farmer. From Aardman Animations, the team behind Wallace and Gromit, this special preview screening, earlier than the main Glasgow Film Festival programme, is a must-see treat for the whole family, and a lead-in to the festival’s brand new Modern Families strand of family-friendly cinema.
 
The film will screen simultaneously at the GFT on Rose Street and at Odeon At The Quay, at 6pm on Wednesday 4 February, and is 1hr 25 minutes long. The Q&A with the directors will take place at the GFT screening.

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