Tearaway 90s teens, Colombian drug cartels and Icelandic warrior activists feature in May’s programme.
Chinese allegories, Italian origin stories and cerebral spookiness await in April’s programme.
Bizarre social experiments and tense race relations abound in February’s new releases.
Ailing English queens and rebellious Scottish ones await in January’s new releases.
Historical dramatisations and contemporary criticism abound in November’s programme.
Giant leaps for mankind, disgruntled dog groomers and a bloodied Nicolas Cage await this October.
A look ahead to what’s popping out of the oven at the Filmhouse and the GFT this month.
A look at independent cinema in Glasgow and Edinburgh this June.
We speak to Programme Coordinator Sean Greenhorn about the Sound & Vision strand’s new place in the Glasgow Film Theatre calendar.
A guide to the highlights and hidden gems showing in this year’s festival at the Glasgow Film Theatre and Edinburgh Filmhouse.
A beautiful documentary that shows the effects rapid industrialisation is having on Cambodia’s more traditional ways of life.
An informative and heartwarming documentary with a slightly misleading theme set in the picturesque Tongass Forest.
A thought-provoking film illustrating the effect we have on our planet’s seas.
Roman Polanski’s raunchy and enjoyable battle of the sexes revels in its own metafictional nature.
Festival director of Africa in Motion (25 Oct-2 Nov) speaks to us about how African art has skyrocketed over the last ten years.
An unmissable opportunity to witness passionate and progressive filmmaking deep from the heart of Japanese anime.
From documentaries to cult horror, social realism to surrealism, no rock will be left unturned by the mêlée of films offered to us at GFT this June.
It’s all about love at GFT this November, whether it be obsessive, maniacal or nostalgic.
An exciting and ambitious programme of animated cinema is back in Glasgow and Edinburgh over two weekends this October.
It’s an eclectic mix which pits heavy cinema and bleak subject matter against celebrations and festivals this October at GFT.