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More events announced for Glasgow Film Festival 2022

GFF announces two new strands, festival accreditation opens, and more

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GFF Schools Month returns in 2022

GFF Schools Month (formally Schools Week) will return in February 2022 with a host of exciting events and screenings

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First screenings announced for hybrid edition of Glasgow Film Festival 2022

Glasgow Film Festival announces first confirmed events for hybrid edition

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Mentors and Mentees revealed for GFF New Talent Mentorship Scheme 2021/2022

Mentors and Mentees revealed for GFF New Talent Mentorship Scheme

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​Submissions for Glasgow Film Festival 2022 are now open

​Submissions for Glasgow Film Festival 2022 are now open

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Glasgow Film At Home - Library

We’re excited to launch a new phase of Glasgow Film At Home with the addition of the Library – a curated collection of recent films you may have missed.

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Glasgow Film Festival 2021 celebrates audience attendance for online festival

More than 41,000 viewers attended Glasgow Film Festival 2021 from home, tuning in to 10 World Premieres, 3 European Premieres and 49 UK Premieres.

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GFF21 Young Selectors Reviews: A Brixton Tale

A Brixton Tale might look like its main topic and themes reside in racism, but it is not like that at all. It is all about class.

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A Response to Angelou on Burns

Jess Brough penned a personal response to Angelou on Burns

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The Glasgow Film Festival Talent Mentorship Scheme returns for its second year

After a successful first edition, we are delighted to announce that Glasgow Film Festival Talent Mentorship Scheme will be returning for its second year, supported by our Festival sponsor MUBI.

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GFF21 Young Selectors - Sweetheart Programme Notes

Like many coming-of-age films, Sweetheart is a love story. But, for AJ, the love she finds is not what she expected.

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GFF21 Young Selectors Reviews - The Toll

The Toll: A rare Welsh bit by Zuzanna Filipiuk

As per Scottish Government restrictions, seats available for all shows from 27 December to 23 January will be capped to meet the 1m social distancing requirement.

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