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Florrie James: O.K. Rick

My review for Map Magazine of Florrie James’ film ‘O.K. Rick’ (2014) which was screened at Glasgow Film Festival in Feb 2015. ‘O.K. Rick’ is the outcome of Florrie James’ Margaret Tait Residency at The Pier Arts Centre, Orkney in 2014. 7 more words


The Falling (2015, Carol Morley) - Glasgow Film Festival early-bird screening

Carol Morley is probably best known for producing what I consider to be one of the most haunting and powerful British-made documentaries of recent years: … 846 more words

Glasgow Film Festival Overview

The Glasgow Film Festival, which took place from the 18th of February until the 1st of March, came to an end almost two weeks ago. Over its 12 day course it hosted 174 events, 11 of which were world premieres. 278 more words


Film Review: Wake in Fright (Glasgow Film Festival)

Considered one of the greatest Australian films of all time, Wake in Fright was supposedly lost for nearly forty years since its original theatrical release back in 1971. 413 more words


Glasgow & I: Autobiography at the Glasgow Film Festival 2015

First published by Little White Lies

During the 1930s, there were more cinemas per head of population in Glasgow than anywhere else in the world — and so it is that whenever Glasgow celebrates carefully curated films from around the globe, it is also celebrating itself and its own long, proud tradition of cinephilia. 982 more words

Glasgow Film Festival 2015 wrap-up: The Good, the Better and The Best

Well, that was it. This year’s Glasgow Film Festival is over and I will no longer ignore my studies for movies. It was a fantastic and I am quite pleasantly surprised that most films I watched were actually pretty good. 663 more words


GFF15 Review: Clouds Of Sils Maria (2014)

Oliver Assayas’ latest Clouds Of Sils Maria is a striking, sharp and particularly well layered meta drama with a pair of high standing performances at its fore. 143 more words