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The Rider (N/C 12+)

28 February

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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

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.

Everyone who loved Chloé Zhao’s debut feature Songs My Brothers Taught Me should rush to The Rider, a soulful portrait of a young Sioux cowboy at a crossroads in his life. After a near fatal rodeo accident, Brady (Brady Jandreau) is told he must never ride again. How can he bear to bid farewell to the sport he loves, the riders he considers family, and the horses he has grown to love? A lyrical, semi-autobiographical tale of life on the range, in which the people and landscapes of South Dakota are beautifully captured by God’s Own Country cinematographer James Richards.

  • Director Chloé Zhao
  • Cast Brady Jandreau, Lilly Jandreau, Tim Jandreau
  • Certification N/C 12+
  • Time 1h44m
  • Country USA
  • Year 2017
  • Thanks to Altitude Films
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