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"Lost in France" to screen at 2017 Glasgow Film Festival

Lost in France, a documentary examining the independent music scene of Scotland in the 1990s, will be screening as part of the Glasgow Film Festival in Scotland (February 15-26, 2017). 110 more words


Demolition - Review

I originally wrote this review in the middle of a six hour wait before I got to see the Scottish premiere of Green Room at the Glasgow Film Festival.  427 more words


Alice Winocour and the power of film festivals

Film “festivals” are so often missing that largely indefinable, ethereal quality that sets them apart from bog-standard back-to-back film programming and makes them into spatially and temporally grounded experiences. 1,220 more words

Girls On Film

Green Room - Review

Back in February, I attended the Glasgow Film Festival and caught a number of screenings ahead of their nationwide releases. These films included Hail, Caesar!, Jake Gyllenhaal’s new flick Demolition, and the incredibly dull surprise screening of Love & Friendship. 276 more words


Film review: Road to La Paz

In Association with Glasgow Film Festival

Road to La Paz is a Spanish language driving movie, the majority of the film confined to the dashboard of Sebastian’s father’s Peugeot 505. 346 more words

University Of Glasgow

Glasgow Film Festival

Last month saw the Glasgow Film Festival take over a whole bunch of venues scattered all across the city. There were loads of screenings (250 in all!) and I was pretty overwhelmed by my first few glances at the programme. 355 more words



Cast: (voiced by) David Thewlis, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Noonan

Directors: Charlie Kaufman, Duke Johnson

Writer: Charlie Kaufman

Trust Charlie Kaufman to make an animated film unlike any other ever made. 865 more words