Special Events and Pop Up Cinema at Glasgow Film Festival 2017

the princess bride

the princess bride

Renowned for transforming some of the city’s best-loved venues into unforgettable pop-up cinemas, Glasgow Film Festival is thrilled to be bringing you some very special events as part of GFF17…

Films include:


Joytown Grand Electric Theatre , 42-48 New City Road, Glasgow, G4 9JT
Sat 18 Feb (17.30)
Rarely seen archive film will be brought to life by musicians and dancers at one of Glasgow’s most exciting new multi-arts event spaces.

Raving Iran

BAaD, 54 Calton Entry, Glasgow G40 2SB
(presented by Sub Hub)
Sun 19 Feb (18.00)

Raving Iran follows Anoosh and Arash as they continually risk their freedom in order to share music in their home of Tehran. Join us before the screening to try Iranian street food from some of the best Persian chefs working in Scotland.

The Princess Bride

Maryhill Burgh Halls, 24 Gairbraid Ave, Glasgow G20 8YE
Family Friendly: Sat 25 Feb (14.00)
Cult Classic: Sat 25 Feb (19.00)

Get ready for a swashbuckling adventure! We host a family-friendly screening of The Princess Bride and one for over 18s only – but all can get involved in the activities, including a Treasure Hunt and fencing performance.

See also, Dirty Dancing at OranMor and Secretary at SWG3

Special Events – See Full Programme Details and Buy Tickets

The Good Postman, GFF at CCA, Sat 18 February 2017
Glasgow Film Festival 2017 Canadian Focus – True North: New Canadian Cinema

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