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Celebrating 80 Years of Cinema on Rose Street

Thursday 9 May – Sunday 12 May: Glasgow Film Theatre will celebrate 80 Years of Cinema with a weekend of free screenings open to all.

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GFT Blog: GFF Films

The GFT Team talk about the GFF films they look forward to seeing again

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The Sisters Brothers

Alistair Harkness explores Jacques Audiard's first American movie

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Happy as Lazzaro

Iana Murray explores the genre-bending gem from director Alice Rohrwacher

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GFT in April: Wild Rose, The Sisters Brothers, Mid90s and more

Happy as Lazzaro, Preview: Last Breath + Q&A, A Deal with the Universe + Q&A, CineMasters: Stanley Kubrick, Viva Film Festival, Easter at GFT and more.

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Us Programme Notes

The latest socially conscious horror from visionary director Jordan Peele

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Border

True to its title, everything about the Swedish-set Border feels like it exists on the edge of two different worlds.

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Everybody Knows

Paul Gallagher explores the new film from Iranian director Asghar Farhadi

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GFT in March 2019

Jordan Peele’s Us, The White Crow + Ralph Fiennes Satellite Q&A, Alien in 4K, Mother’s Day Specials, Glasgow Short Film Festival, CineMasters: Andrea Arnold, Early Korean Cinema, Contemporary Cinema Course returns and more

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If Beale Street Could Talk

The Gospel According to Barry Jenkins: Sacramental moments and human beauty in If Beale Street Could Talk

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Apply to be a GYFF Programmer!

Glasgow Youth Film Festival is looking for the next group of Young Programmers to curate the GYFF programme!

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Burning

Sanne Jehoul explores Lee Chang-dong's new film based on Haruki Murakami’s short story

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