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Film Review: Lu Over the Wall

In association with Scotland Loves Anime at the Glasgow Film Theatre. 311 more words

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Review: I Am Not a Witch - In association with the GFT

Zambian-born, Welsh-raised director Rungano Nyoni’s debut feature, I Am Not a Witch, tells the tale of a superstitious small Zambian community and its underlying corruption. It focuses on Shula, a shy orphan who is accused of being a witch by her fellow townspeople and is ostracised to a government-run witch camp. 335 more words

GST or GFT?

where S=service & F=fleecing!!
The service tax at present @ 15% is itself more and this is going to increase to 18% for most cases. 65 more words

A Cinema Lover’s Guide to Glasgow

Glasgow is an amazing city for film lovers of all persuasions. We’ve collated a few highlights of the city’s stellar cinema scene. 646 more words

Review: Just Charlie – In association with the GFT

It is an understatement to say Just Charlie isn’t a film you see every day. Just Charlie highlights the difficulties and obstacles a 14-year-old girl (the titular Charlie) has to face when she comes out as trans to her family. 444 more words

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Film Review - Tom of Finland

In association with the GFT

Touko Laaksonen was by day a senior art director at an ad agency in his native Finland. Beyond his day-to-day, however, his craft was wildly different. 396 more words