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This year's Glasgay! proves that big things can come in small packages, with a small selection of strong films including much-loved classics and impressive new pieces of work.
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Glasgay Latest Reviews
The consequences of a gay marriage on family and friends.
Portrait of the motor-mouthed, completely uncorked John Wojtowicz, whose 1972 botched robbery of a Brooklyn bank was dramatized in Dog Day Afternoon.
A bank job goes horribly wrong.
Musical romance charting juvenile deliquency in the Fifties.
Venice 2015: The state of independents Looking For Grace, The Daughter, Equals, The Childhood Of A Leader
Venice 2015: Peak viewing Reports on Everest, Black Mass, Spotlight and The Danish Girl.
Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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