By Jojo Ajisafe
Tagged as the Cool Runnings of wine tasting, this documentary tells the true story of Zimbabwean sommeliers.
By Anton Bitel
We survey the most exciting titles screening at Glasgow’s premiere annual celebration of film.
This muddled biopic of music industry figurehead Alan McGee features some truly disastrous cameo appearances.
Scotland’s first digital-only festival is bursting with cinematic treats, including 48 UK premieres.
A career-best Simon Pegg and a Sudanese teen movie we’re also on the menu at this year’s GFF.
The upcoming edition of GFF features an entire day of features directed by women.
Alice Winocour’s Proxima and Coky Giedroyc’s How to Build a Girl are among the highlights of the 16th GFF.
Highlights from this year’s programme, including a tribute to legendary DoP Robby Müller.
Two best friends have the night of their young lives in Brian Welsh’s rave-era coming-of-ager.
Making Montgomery Clift explodes the myths surrounding the Hollywood star and queer icon.
The character actor and screenwriter talks presenting truth on screen, and what he’s learned from his time in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.
The ever-industrious Scottish festival is a LWLies fave, and they’re taking a journey back to the Summer of Love.
A full retrospective of this beloved director’s work caps off a tantalising programme.
This year’s GFF kicks off with the actor’s directorial debut, while Brian Welsh’s Beats closes proceedings.
Karen Gillan tries her hand at writing and directing in this fiery but formulaic character study.
The wild and crazy cinema of Larry Cohen receives the in-depth documentary treatment that this master director deserves.
Harold Ramis’ 1993 comedy bears repeating as part of the 2018 Glasgow Film Festival.