GFT in July and August

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The GFT brochure has had a re-design! You can now find more space given to special events, one-off screenings and seasons that are unique to GFT, and more concise details about the general releases. Special events and unique GFT seasons have specific dates and times listed, while for general releases we note the dates of the film’s run. Full listing details for general releases will be available weekly from GFT box office, or from the website at

The new look July/August brochure is available to view here.

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American Animals + Bart Layton Q&A (Tue 28 August)

This summer, GFT present a bumper programme of unique seasons, classic films, new releases and special events including: a Q&A with director Kevin Macdonald following a preview screening of Whitney; a preview screening of joyous new French comedy C’est la vie marking Bastille Day; A Q&A with renowned artist Andy Goldsworthy following Leaning Into the Wind; the return of Apostasy, a highlight from Glasgow Film Festival, with a director Q&A; critically acclaimed documentary The Eyes of Orson Welles plus Q&A with director Mark Cousins, and director Bart Layton will attend GFT following a screening of American Animals, a fiercely entertaining comedy starring Evan Peters and Barry Keoghan. 

See all Q&A listings here.

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Unique GFT seasons this summer include: a celebration of the master of suspense, Alfred HitchcockCineMasters: Alfred Hitchcock presents a new digital restoration of Vertigomarking the iconic film’s 60thanniversary, and many more titles including The Lady Vanishes, Strangers on a Train, North by Northwest and Psycho

View all CineMasters: Alfred Hitchcock listings.

In August we also celebrate visionary director, and master of slapstick comedy, Jacques TatiCineMasters: Jacques Tati presents his most well-known and ambitious work Playtimealongside Jour de fête, Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday and Mon Oncle

View all CineMasters: Jacques Tati listings. 

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We welcome summer with a selection of films from the animation powerhouse with Studio Ghibli Classics, featuring: My Neighbour Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle, Spirited Away and more – screening both dubbed and subtitled; plus the iconic Indiana Jones trilogy on the big screen!

View all Studio Ghibli Classics listings.

View Indiana Jones trilogy listings.

New releases include: critically acclaimed drama from director Paul Schrader First Reformed, starring a career-best Ethan Hawke; new documentary on prolific artist and Oscar-winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda; dazzling Italian mystery from the directors of SalvoSicilian Ghost Story; feel-good drama Hearts Beat Loud starring Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons; Emma Thompson at her impressive best in The Children Act, based on Ian McEwan’s bestseller; Mary Shelley starring Elle Fanning and Douglas Booth, and Spike Lee’s hotly anticipated BlacKkKlansman.

See What’s On at GFT here. 

All Monday to Friday shows before 5pm have capacity capped at 50% (unless otherwise stated). All other screenings have full unlimited seating capacity (unless otherwise stated).

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