GFT in May: UK Green Film Festival, Screening Irish History, CineMasters: Fassbinder and Special Guest Q&As
This May, GFT celebrate the arrival of spring with the UK Green Film Festival, re-releases of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s seminal works in CineMasters: Fassbinder and much more.
I Am Not Your Negro (Dir. Raoul Peck, 2016) is a story about identity. Identity in a place that spits in your face, stamps on your neck, and shoots your children dead.
GFT in April: Director’s Cut of The Handmaiden; new releases Free Fire, Neruda, and I Am Not Your Negro; plus CineMasters: David Lynch
GFT brings a number of exciting new releases to its cinema screens in April, including the Director's Cut of The Handmaiden.
Introduced as a year-round strand of GFT programming in March, with seasons of work from Kelly Reichardt and Martin Scorsese, April continues with CineMasters: David Lynch.
Scotland’s oldest independent cinema was honoured with the award on Tuesday 21 February
GFT welcome back GFF Closing Gala Mad to Be Normal with exclusibe UK Preview screenings, alongside new releases Certain Women, Elle, Personal Shopper and more.
Bugs for Life will present samples of sustainable food following the screening of BUGS.
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GFT kick of the New Year with a packed programme in January and February.
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We're sorry to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances some screenings today must be cancelled.