BFI London Film Festival 2020 at GFT
7 – 19 October, 2020
The 64th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express takes place across the UK, inviting you to experience the world’s best new films wherever you are. Enjoy 12 days of UK premieres online via BFI Player or in cinemas throughout the UK – and join the festival for a range of free-to-access digital events, XR and Immersive Art, and more.
GFT is a Venue Partner for BFI London Film Festival, giving audiences the first chance to see a selection of exciting new titles from LFF on the big screen, at the home of film in Glasgow.
Tickets for these films will go on sale at 12pm (noon) on Wednesday 16 September.
- Ammonite (dir. Francis Lee)
- After Love (dir. Aleem Khan)
- Another Round (dir. Thomas Vinterberg)
- David Byrne’s American Utopia (dir. Spike Lee)
- Herself (dir. Phylida Lloyd)
- Mangrove* (dir. Steve McQueen)
- Mogul Mowgli (dir. Bassam Tariq)
- Nomadland (dir. Chloe Zhao)
- Shirley (dir. Josephine Decker)
- Soul (dir. Pete Docter, Kemp Powers)
- Supernova (dir. Harry Macqueen)
- Time (dir. Garrett Bradley)
- Undine (dir. Christian Petzold)
*Tickets for the cinema screenings of Mangrove on Wednesday 7 October will be free but ticketed. Booking opens on 1 October – watch this space for details.
LFF runs from 7-18 October
GFT 12 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RB
- Unchained Comedy Club at McChuills
- Gathering the Seeds, Woodlands Community
- West End Festival 2021
- Anna H. Geerdes – Borderline Exhibition
- Glasgow Doors Open Day 2021 – Arlington Baths Club
- Lizzie Reid at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
- Big Tunes at the Bandstand – Kelvingrove, Glasgow
- Poetry Launch Party – Jim Ferguson and Kirsty Taylor
- Do The Right Thing, Glasgow Youth Film Festival
- Our Ladies, GFT
- Annette, Glasgow Film Theatre
- Wildfire plus Q & A at Glasgow Film Theatre
- Sweetheart, Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2021
- Glasgow Fancy Women Bike Ride
- Siobhan Miller at Websters Theatre
- Bill W and Dr Bob, Websters Theatre
- Lin Anderson on Bloody Scotland 2021
- A Christmas Carol- A Hauntingly Hilarious Family Panto!
- Bernard Maclaverty Creative Conversations
- Creative Conversations, University of Glasgow