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High Fantasy (N/C 15+)

2 March

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Key

  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly
  • Venue Cineworld Renfrew St - Screen 1
Location of Cineworld Renfrew St - Screen 1

Details

Cancelled screening

Due to adverse weather conditions the screening at Cineworld on Thursday 1 March has been cancelled.

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.

A group of four young South African friends go on a camping trip in the Northern Cape and experience a supernatural body-swap incident in the vein of Freaky Friday. Shot entirely on iPhone, the observational style of filmmaking utilises improvisation from the charismatic young cast, as High Fantasy illustrates political and racial tensions that continue to plague contemporary society. From the award-winning director of Love the One You Love, Jenna Cato Bass’ second feature asks the question: what would it mean to live in another person’s skin?

  • Director Jenna Cato Bass
  • Cast Loren Loubser, Qondiswa James, Nala Khumalo
  • Certification N/C 15+
  • Running Time 1h11m
  • Country South Africa/Switzerland
  • Language English, Afrikaans with English subtitles
  • Year 2017
  • Thanks To Mongrel Media

Update for Customers:

Online sales are currently suspended due to technical difficulties with our payment provider. Although programme information can still be browsed, please call the box office on 0141 332 6535 to reserve tickets and payments will instead be processed when tickets are collected.

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