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Calvary (2014)

While holding confession, Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson) is sentenced to death by an unseen man seeking revenge for past injustices at the hands of the church. 429 more words

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Glasgow Film Festival 2014


Every year in the city responsible for Robbie Coltrane, James McAvoy and of course, the deep fried mars bar, popcorn enthusiasts come together to enjoy what door to what other world the most artistic minds have to offer. 588 more words


Canine conundrum sparks Wechsler's latest feature

I had a chat with director Michael Wechsler at the Glasgow Film Festival about his latest feature, The Red Robin, starring Judd Hirsch and Ryan O’Nan. 1,014 more words


Under the skin

Elegantly raw and mysterious, Under the skin is working subconsciously to blend your thoughts, enhance your instincts and provoke you with the simplicity of its visuals and sound effects. 342 more words


Hank and Asha

by Ryan Baird

One thing is clear about this film: it is totally and completely unique.

Hank and Asha is a film made up entirely of video letters between two people in two different corners of the world: Hank (Andrew Pastides), a PA from North Carolina, spending a year in New York City as he pursues his dream of film making and Asha (Mahira Kakkar), a film student from India, studying in Prague for a year. 374 more words


Glasgow Film Festival 2014

THE tenth Glasgow Film Festival ran from 20 February to 2 March 2014. It featured 369 screenings, panel discussions, live performances and special events. Below are film reviews from the festival. 568 more words

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The Glasgow Film Festival

The Glasgow Film Festival happens every year and started 9 years ago, in 2005.

This years festival took place between the 20th February til the 2nd March 2014. 149 more words