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Works in Progress

CCA Cinema / Friday 24 February 10:00 - 11:15

Industry Focus 2017 is for the first time doing a screening of films currently in post production. The screening is intended for distributors, sales agents and exhibitors to get a preview screening of films that will be completed in 2017. 

Industry pass holders will need to pre register for the attend the screening so please contact magda.rotko@glasgowfilm.org if you’d like to attend.

Each film will screen 20 minutes of footage and give a short presentation detailing the current state of the production.

The films screening will be:

Cleanin’ Up the Town

Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters is a retrospective 'making of' Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II.  With never before seen archive material  and over seventy interviews with members of the cast and crew including director Ivan Reitman, actors Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver and visual effects legends Richard Edlund and Dennis Muren, this two part documentary is the most complete account of how these classic films were made. This film reaches out not only to the die-hard Ghostbusters fan but also to any movie enthusiast with an interest in learning how these films came to fruition from inception through to production.

Director: Anthony Bueno

Producer: Claire Bueno

Super November

Shot over two weeks, one in early June and one in early October - two steps ahead of Brexit and Trump - the debut feature from director Douglas King and writer Josie Long is half rom-com, half dystopian nightmare. Produced on a micro budget, the pair put together an impressive cast that includes Sean Biggerstaff, James Allenby-Kirk and Sanjeev Kohli. The film also features cameos from the best of Glasgow's comedy scene. Josie wants love, her best friend Darren wants excitement. The first half of the film sees the start of a summer that glitters with potential. The romance and the adventure have gone south by the winter. Along with the country. How do people keep their lives together when the world around them seems to be falling apart?

Director: Douglas King

Writer: Josie Long

Jim Galloway – The Life of Jazz

Scots Canadian Jim Galloway (1936-2014) from Dalry outside Glasgow became Canada’s ambassador of jazz. Galloway’s saga is an essential tale of an immigrant who launched an international career from his adopted home. It is also a story about the global transmission of African American music, America’s greatest gift to the world, and of its resonance in the twenty-first century.

Galloway studied at Glasgow College of Art. He emigrated to Toronto in 1964. He was recognized internationally as a wondrous saxophonist collaborating with stalwarts like Buddy Tate and Jay McShann. Co-founder of the Toronto Jazz Festival, Galloway also made his mark as an impresario and music journalist.

Director & Producer: James Cullingham

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