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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

In association with the Glasgow Film Theatre

The packed matinee screening, the rapturous applause that greeted the end credits and the plethora of awards the film has already picked up in the build-up to this year’s Oscars tells us two things about Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. 376 more words

Film Review: Jupiter's Moon

In association with the GFT

Jupiter’s Moon, writer/director Kornél Mundruczó’s follow-up to Cannes Un Certain Regard award-winner White God, centres on the arresting image of a young Syrian refugee (Zsombor Jéger) spiralling gently above the terrestrial landscape of the film’s Hungarian setting. 476 more words

University Of Glasgow

Film Review - Brigsby Bear

In association with the GFT.

When I went to the GFT to see Brigsby Bear, I had no idea what to expect. The film’s brief trailer gave very little away, and so as it began all I knew for certain about Brigsby Bear was that it was about a strange man who adored an 80s style children’s show. 342 more words

University Of Glasgow

Violence and Absurdity and Dingbats

Tasha Baldassarre writes on the lasting impact and continuing relevance of the Coen Brothers’ varied and unique filmography.

The Coen brothers have been around almost twice as long as most of us have been alive. 844 more words

Film Review: Lu Over the Wall

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

University Of Glasgow

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