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The 65th BFI London Film Festival (LFF) in partnership with American Express will be presented both in cinemas and virtually, incorporating some of the most popular elements of the successful 2020 edition into the full large-scale festival model.

GFT is a Venue Partner for BFI London Film Festival for the second year, giving our audience the first chance to see a selection of exciting new titles from LFF on the big screen, at the home of film in Glasgow.

We'll be screening the following titles. Tickets for these films will go on sale at 12pm (noon) on Monday 20 September.

The Harder They Fall (Dir. Jeymes Samuel)
Wednesday 6 October, 8pm

Spencer (Dir. Pablo Larraín)
Thursday 7 October, 8.10pm

The Souvenir: Part II (Dir. Joanna Hogg)
Friday 8 October, 8.20pm

Drive My Car (Dir. Ryusuke Hamaguchi)
Saturday 9 October, 7pm

Last Night in Soho (Dir. Edgar Wright)
Saturday 9 October, 8.15pm

Great Freedom (Dir. Sebastian Meise)
Sunday 10 October, 4.35pm

The French Dispatch
(Dir. Wes Anderson)
Sunday 10 October, 7.15pm

The Power of the Dog (Dir. Jane Campion)
Monday 11 October, 8pm

The Phantom of the Open (Dir. Craig Roberts)
Wednesday 13 October, 8.30pm

Ali & Ava (Dir. Clio Barnard)
Thursday 14 October, 8.30pm

Paris, 13th District (Dir. Jacques Audiard)
Friday 15 October, 6pm

Petite Maman (Dir. Céline Sciamma)
Friday 15 October, 8.50pm

Flee (Dir. Jonas Poher Rasmussen)
Saturday 16 October, 5.45pm

Titane (Dir. Julia Ducournau)
Saturday 16 October - 8.20pm

Memoria (Dir. Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Sunday 17 October, 4.00pm

The Tragedy of Macbeth2 (Dir. Joel Coen)
Sun 17 October, time TBC.

LFF runs from 6 - 17 October

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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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