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The Unfilmables (N/C 18+)

28 February

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Key

  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly
  • Venue Saint Luke's
Location of Saint Luke's

Details

Adverse Weather Cancellation

Due to adverse weather conditions, today (Thu 1 Mar) screenings before 13.00 have been cancelled. Screenings after 22.45 are cancelled. All other screenings at GFT are on as scheduled. Ticket exchanges are available for all screenings.

Groundhog Day and Dangerous Liaisons are cancelled today Thu 1 Mar. 

We apologise for any disappointment, our priority is the safety of our volunteers, staff and audience. If you purchased tickets for cancelled screenings using your card, online or by phone, you will be refunded automatically. For all other purchases, please contact ticketing@glasgowfilm.org

CCA and Cineworld screenings are subject to those venues opening arrangements. We anticipate all CCA and Cineworld screenings to be taking place but this is subject to change.

Mica Levi (Under the Skin OST, Jackie OST), Francesca Levi and electronic pioneers Wrangler (featuring Stephen Mallinder ex-Cabaret Voltaire) perform live in this stunning celebration of film, music and imagination, responding to the greatest films never made. Collaborating with her sister Francesca, Mica Levi will perform a remarkable re-imagining of Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov’s most famous work, The Colour of Pomegranates, entitled The Colour of Chips

For their performance, Wrangler tackle Claire Noto’s script The Tourist – regularly cited as the greatest sci-fi film never made (despite efforts from Francis Ford Coppola and Franc Roddam). Working with filmmaker Tash Tung and live visual manipulator Daniel Conway, Wrangler present a staggeringly provocative and inventive imagining of the film to the screen for the very first time. 

Commissioned by Creative Producer Colm McAuliffe, Live Cinema UK and CineCity Brighton. Supported by This Way Up Exhibition Innovation Fund, a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, and Arts Council England. 

Running order:

19:00 – Doors open 

20:00 – Mica & Francesca Levi: The Colour of Chips 

21:00 – Wrangler, Tash Tung and Daniel Conway: The Tourist

22.00 – Ends

*all times approximate

You can download the FAQs below:

  • Directors Francesca Levi, Tash Tung and Daniel Conway
  • Certificate N/C 18+
  • Running time event approx. 3h
  • Country UK
  • Year of Production 2016
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