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Female Talent at GFF18: Ones to Watch

Female talent to look out for at Glasgow Film Festival 2018

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Guest Announcements

Bring your finest questions!

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Female Talent at GFF18: Trailblazers

The GFF18 programme is bursting with female talent - both on and off the screen!

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More Guests Announced For Glasgow Film Festival 2018

We roll out the red carpet to welcome Gemma Arterton and Jessie Buckley to GFF18

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Sold Out Events

Sold Out screenings at Glasgow Film Festival 2018

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Programme Changes

The latest updates to the GFF18 programme

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Glasgow Film Festival 2018 announces full programme

Over 330 separate events and screenings will take place across the city from 21 February to 4 March in one of the UK’s biggest film festivals

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Closing Gala Announced for Glasgow Film Festival 2018

Festival will close with the World Premiere of Nae Pasaran, the true story of the Scots who defied Pinochet

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Full Programme Announced for GFF18 Industry Focus

T2: Trainspotting and 28 Weeks Later producer Andrew Macdonald and Hollywood casting director Kerry Barden to deliver Industry Spotlight talks

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FrightFest announces Glasgow Film Festival 2018 line-up

Be prepared to feast on a chilling cornucopia of savage shocks, unsettling surprises and devilish delights.

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Opening Gala Announced for Glasgow Film Festival 2018

Festival will host UK Premiere of Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs on Wednesday 21 February

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FrightFest and Glasgow Film Festival send out challenge to aspiring Scottish filmmakers

Can you make a short film scary or surprising in 90 seconds? The challenge is on!

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