Strong selection of quirky horror focusing on man and beast.
Gorgeously sparse selection of acoustic songs from folk veteran.
Four-day horror extravaganza rears its head at the Filmhouse once more.
Beguiling magic realism doubles up as religious parable and social commentary.
Relaxed exhibition of short films challenging the female gaze.
Engaging, empathetic look at the struggles of a teenage transgender ballerina.
Chinese allegories, Italian origin stories and cerebral spookiness await in April’s programme.
Plenty of classy foreign cinema to get your teeth into this March.
Our writers pick their highlights from the upcoming film fest.
Uncomfortable portrayal of the impact of addiction upon others.
Bizarre social experiments and tense race relations abound in February’s new releases.
Eviscerating and absorbing look at child neglect and poverty on the streets of Beirut.
Imaginative period drama can’t stimulate emotion or excitement.
Ailing English queens and rebellious Scottish ones await in January’s new releases.
Japanese anime, daredevil free soloist climbers and Robert Redford’s last acting role await at the Filmhouse.
Heart-warming documentary about Scottish workers sticking it to tyranny.
Pitch-perfect performance compromised slightly by ill-equipped venue acoustics.
The Scottish Queer International Film Festival comes to Glasgow in December.
Slow-moving epic prioritises history over entertainment – but struggles with both.
The London-based festival drops in on Glasgow and Edinburgh this month.
Cinematographic masterclass delves into a dark but disturbingly recognisable future.
Unsettling exploration of how an unhappy adolescence can haunt adulthood.
Historical dramatisations and contemporary criticism abound in November’s programme.
Up-close-and-personal biopic can’t get under Armstrong’s skin.