Glasgow Film Festival

The best new films at the 2019 Glasgow Film Festival

By Josh Slater-Williams

Highlights from this year’s programme, including a tribute to legendary DoP Robby Müller.

Beats – first look review

By Josh Slater-Williams

Two best friends have the night of their young lives in Brian Welsh’s rave-era coming-of-ager.

The true story of Montgomery Clift, as told by his youngest nephew

By Christina Newland

Making Montgomery Clift explodes the myths surrounding the Hollywood star and queer icon.

David Dastmalchian on poverty and abuse drama All Creatures Here Below

By Josh Slater-Williams

The character actor and screenwriter talks presenting truth on screen, and what he’s learned from his time in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.

Glasgow Film Festival presents… 1969: End of Innocence

By Little White Lies

The ever-industrious Scottish festival is a LWLies fave, and they’re taking a journey back to the Summer of Love.

Explore the films of Elaine May at the 2019 Glasgow Film Festival

By David Jenkins

A full retrospective of this beloved director’s work caps off a tantalising programme.

Jonah Hill’s Mid90s to open the 2019 Glasgow Film Festival

By Adam Woodward

This year’s GFF kicks off with the actor’s directorial debut, while Brian Welsh’s Beats closes proceedings.

The Party’s Just Beginning – first look review

By David Jenkins

Karen Gillan tries her hand at writing and directing in this fiery but formulaic character study.

King Cohen – first look review

By David Jenkins

The wild and crazy cinema of Larry Cohen receives the in-depth documentary treatment that this master director deserves.

A B&B in Glasgow is showing Groundhog Day every day for a fortnight

By Hannah Woodhead

Harold Ramis’ 1993 comedy bears repeating as part of the 2018 Glasgow Film Festival.

Is this the grossest movie ever made?

By David Jenkins

Steve “Flying Lotus” Ellison delivers a sick suite of gag-inducing shorts at the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival.

A bold new film defends the practice of seal hunting

By David Jenkins

Angry Inuk is an intriguing documentary about the death of political nuance.

Glasgow Film Festival 2017 opening and closing films announced

By Little White Lies

David Tennant is set to close out the 2017 festival in a biopic of the philosopher RD Laing.

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