Martin Scorsese’s long-gestating adaptation of Shūsaku Endō’s 1966 novel Silence is a film about faith, arguably exclusively for people of faith.
Glorious classic posters from each film in the upcoming GFF17 retrospective feature, Dangerous Dames.
A selected panel decided on a shortlist of four artists who will be in competition for the eighth Margaret Tait Award
Talent revealed for new training programme nurturing the next generation of film producers in Scotland
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland BA performance students share their thoughts on the next installment of Visible Cinema: RCS Curates
‘..its origin and purpose still a total mystery.’ Dr Heywood R Floyd
There is something quietly iconoclastic about Eugène Green’s latest film Le Fils de Joseph, and the clue is quite clearly in the name.
...according to us.
GFT kick of the New Year with a packed programme in January and February.
Glasgow Film Festival 2017 has announced special anniversary event screenings of three cult classics: The Lost Boys, The Princess Bride and Secretary.
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Scotland's largest celebration of short film returns for its tenth edition