Glasgow Film Festival 2021.

gff 2021

24 February – 7 March, 2021

Glasgow Film Festival will screen in cinemas nationwide for 2021.

GFF’s 17th edition will link up with cinemas across the four nations, in order to welcome audience members who are not able to travel to Glasgow but still wish to experience their favourite festival on the big screen. In addition to these venues and Glasgow Film Theatre – GFF’s home in the city – festival films will screen on their new online platform Glasgow Film At Home, to safely provide the GFF experience for film fans all across the country.

For the first time, audiences will be able to take part in Glasgow Film Festival in towns and cities nationwide. From An Lanntair in Stornoway, to Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, Queen’s Film Theatre in Belfast, and three cinemas across London – BFI Southbank, Barbican and Curzon Soho – GFF premieres will be screening in independent cinemas all around the UK.
Further partner cinemas will have exclusive screenings in: Aberdeen, Bo’Ness, Bristol, Dundee, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Inverness, Keswick, Leicester, Manchester, Northampton, Northumberland, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield, and Stirling.

Each partner cinema will show the Opening and Closing films of the festival, as well as a selection of cinema-only screenings from the festival programme, to be announced in January.

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Opening Film and Closing Gala Glasgow Film Festival 2021

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Opening and Closing films are among the festival premieres which will screen at 22 partner cinemas across the UK. Minari UK Premiere of Director Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, starring Steven Yeun, will open the Festival on 24 February, 2021. Minari is an award-winning autobiographical drama from director and screenwriter Lee Isaac Chung, which won the US Dramatic […]

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