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Film Review: Love and Friendship

In association with Glasgow Film Theatre

Love and Friendship is funny – in fact, it’s very funny. Whit Stillman’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s early epistolary narrative Lady Susan is a prime example of just how witty Austen can be, a fact usually lost in the Regency innocence that tends to epitomise most adaptations. 328 more words

Film Review: Mustang

In association with Glasgow Film Theatre

The debut feature film from Turkish-French director Deniz Gamze Ergüven is both a visual delight and a tightly-wound, deeply affecting drama. 360 more words

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Glasgow Short Film Festival 2016 (GSFF)

For 9th consecutive year, the city of Glasgow hosts the largest competitive short film festival all over Scotland to champion and celebrate new international film talent and multiple forms of cinematographic expression. 255 more words

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REVIEW: 'Looking For Truth With A Pin'(15)

”But we still sing… ’cause we’re optimists!”

Incredibly, it’s a decade since we lost one of our greatest poets, mavericks and all-round lovely eccentrics, Ivor Cutler. 329 more words

Lorna Irvine

Glasgow Film Festival 2016

The Glasgow Film Festival has already ended but not for that reason is less important to post about it. The GFF started the 17th of February and finished the 28th of the same month making the city of Glasgow a little bit more cinematographic for all kind of genres. 278 more words

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Cinemas in Glasgow

The city of Glasgow, cinematography speaking, is known by having the tallest cinema in the world. The building located in Renfrew Street is 62 metres tall (203 feet) and is composed by 18 different rooms, all owned by… 265 more words

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Review: Glasgow Film Festival 2016

On Sunday night the 2016 Glasgow Film Festival drew to a close, and while the official audience numbers are still being tallied it’s already been confirmed as a record breaking year for the Festival. 1,157 more words

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