Typist Artist Pirate King at Glasgow Film Festival

typist artist pIrate king

UK Premiere on International Women’s Day.

8th March is sold out but also showing on 9 March. at 1 p.m. Buy tickets

GFF favourite Carol Morley returns with a wonderfully imaginative insight into the life of Audrey Amiss, an artist only properly recognised after her death. Anchored by another terrific performance from the brilliant Monica Dolan, the film follows Audrey and her mental health carer Sandra (Kelly Macdonald) on a road trip to Sunderland. Revisiting key places from her life, it becomes a funny, poignant journey of sweet liberation, feisty confrontation and a reckoning with the past. Illustrated with Audrey’s artwork and set to a wide-ranging soundtrack that includes Boy George and Blondie.

Glasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RB

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