Patricia Highsmith specialised in tightly plotted thrillers exploring the fear, jealousy, guilt and violence bubbling under the surface of outwardly civilised characters.
When Andrei Tarkovsky was preparing to shoot his fourth feature film the walls of his Mosfilm workroom were covered with faded, family photographs bearing witness to the people and places that had populated his childhood.
Glasgow Film celebrates a hugely successful year as the call for film submissions for the 2017 festival opens.
Glasgow Film Theatre today announced the launch of Visible Cinema, a monthly Film Club for deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
The Glasgow Film staff run down their favourite flicks of 2015.
Glasgow Film Theatre is proud to announce it is the winner of Cinema of the Year (24 screens or less) at this year’s Screen Awards.
The Look of Silence (Fri 12 - Thu 18 Jun), Joshua Oppenheimer’s follow-up to his groundbreaking The Act of Killing, opens at GFT tomorrow, and we’ve been discussing our favourite documentaries to tie in with its release.
To tie in with Robert Siodmak’s New York set film noir Cry of the City, we’ve been discussing films in which location plays a major role, and can even be described as a character within the film.