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Film Review: One Sings, The Other Doesn't

In association with Glasgow Film Festival 2017

The friendship between Pauline or Pomme (Valérie Mairesse) and Suzanne (Thérèse Liotard) starts out with the former giving money to the latter to travel from Paris to Zurich in order to get a safe abortion. 349 more words

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Film Review: A Cure for Wellness

In Association with Glasgow Film Festival 2017

Leaving this special screening of the unique feature A Cure for Wellness starring Dane DeHane it quickly became apparent that whilst I can easily handle gore within horror films, I couldn’t handle a Gore Verbinski horror. 296 more words

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The Lost Boys secret screening at Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) has a history of putting on special one-of-a-kind screenings in unusual settings. I am always super excited by the announcement of their Special Events strand and this year I was lucky enough to get tickets for The Lost Boys secret screening, which was programmed to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary (try and not cry – yes 30 years!). 476 more words



Banned in its home country of India but winner of the Glasgow Film Festival Audience Award, Lipstick Under My Burkha follows four small town Indian woman dreaming a better future for themselves. 421 more words


Film Review: A Silent Voice

In association with Glasgow Film Festival 2017

Based on the seven volume long manga of the same name, A Silent Voice (Koe no Katachi) takes the trope of the bully, a cliché often handled poorly due to generic treatment, and explores it in a variety of deep and insightful ways. 343 more words

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The Princess Bride at the GFF

February might e the shortest month of the year but it has one rather entertaining highlight. No it’s not Valentine ’s Day, it’s the Glasgow Film Festival. 589 more words


Film Review: Free Fire

In association with Glasgow Film Festival 2017

Following the success of 2015 sci-fi hit High Rise comes Ben Wheatley’s claustrophobic 70s gangster shoot-out Free Fire. The set-up is simple; Frank (Michael Smiley) and Chris (Cillian Murphy) are in Boston to buy a cache of weapons for the IRA. 265 more words

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