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Weekly Listing 24 30 Jan 2020

All screenings

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7-13 February

A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood (PG)

A unique, moving drama directed by Marielle Heller featuring stand-out performances from Matthew Rhys and Tom Hanks.

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14-17 February

A Streetcar Named Desire (12A)

Elia Kazan's legendary adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ play is famed for the brute and unruly power of Marlon Brando’s performance.

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11 February

Access Film Club: A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood (PG)

A unique, moving drama featuring stand-out performances from Matthew Rhys and Tom Hanks.

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22 February

Alasdair Gray: A Life in Progress + Introduction (N/C 12+)

This special screening celebrates the life and work of Alasdair Gray, the novelist, painter, poet, playwright, outspoken political firebrand and irrepressible creative force who passed away in December 2019

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24-30 January

Bombshell (15)

The explosive story of the women who brought down the infamous man at the helm of the most powerful media empire of all time

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4 March

Brazil (15)

Join us for a free screening of Terry Gilliam’s Oscar-nominated Orwellian masterwork

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5 March

Children of Men - 35mm (15)

Britain has survived a global flu pandemic but no child has been born in eighteen years and the fate of humanity balances on a knife edge. Until...

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Closing Gala: How to Build a Girl (N/C 18+) is Sold out 8 March

Closing Gala: How to Build a Girl (N/C 18+)

The big screen version of Caitlin Moran’s cherished, semi-autobiographical bestseller will close Glasgow Film Festival 2020

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10-13 February

Daniel Isn't Real (15)

This creepy horror delves into ideas of the shadow self, and impresses with some very effective 1980s-style practical effects.

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Image for Different From the Others + Illustrated Talk (N/C 15+)
29 January

Different From the Others + Illustrated Talk (N/C 15+)

Once believed lost, this silent film is an artistic call for gay liberation

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6 March

District 9 (15)

Frenzied action scenes, creepy creatures and pincer-sharp social commentary are cleverly balanced in Neill Blomkamp’s Oscar-winning, guerrilla-style debut feature

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