What's on

For Glasgow Film Festival shows not taking place at GFT please go to the GFF What's On

All screenings

Image for 10th Anniversary Shorts (N/C 15+)
15 March

10th Anniversary Shorts (N/C 15+)

Nine films handpicked from each previous edition of GSFF.

Image for A Cool Sound From Hell (N/C 12+)
25 February

A Cool Sound From Hell (N/C 12+)

A fascinating vision of hipster Toronto from six decades ago

Image for A Cure for Wellness (18)
23 February

A Cure for Wellness (18)

A special screening of Gore Verbinski's highly anticipated horror about mysterious wellness centre at a remote location in the Swiss Alps.

Image for A Dark Song (N/C 15+)
23-24 February

A Dark Song (N/C 15+)

Director Liam Gavin will attend the Thurs 23 Feb screening.

  • Part of a Festival Strand Pioneer
Image for A Matter of Time (N/C 12+)
26 February

A Matter of Time (N/C 12+)

Director Casey Cohen will join us for a Q&A following the screening.

Image for A Quiet Passion (N/C 12+)
A Quiet Passion (N/C 12+) is Sold out 23 February

A Quiet Passion (N/C 12+)

Director Terence Davies will attend this screening.

Image for A Silent Voice (12A)
23 February

A Silent Voice (12A)

Director Naoko Yamada will attend this screening.

Image for A Woman's Life (N/C 15+)
25-26 February

A Woman's Life (N/C 15+)

Stephané Brizé’s first feature since his Cannes prize-winner The Measure of a Man

Image for Access Film Club: The Young Offenders (15)
14 March

Access Film Club: The Young Offenders (15)

A hilarious romp following two inner city teenagers.

Image for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (15)
19-22 March

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (15)

​Martin Scorsese’s often-overlooked fourth feature stars Ellen Burstyn in the Oscar-winning titular role of Alice.

Image for Angry Inuk (N/C 15+)
23-24 February

Angry Inuk (N/C 15+)

A brave study on the seal hunting ban and the detriment it brings upon the Inuit community.

Image for Antonia Bird: From Eastenders to Hollywood (CTBC)
8 March

Antonia Bird: From Eastenders to Hollywood (CTBC)

Director Susan Kemp will take part in a discussion around Antonia Bird’s career, and the struggles of women filmmakers working today.

banknote calendar-02 calendar close down-chevron facebook filter google-plus left-arrow-02 mail play-icon right-arrow search shopping-basket small-play-icon tick twitter up-arrow