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The Glasgow Film Festival returns for its 13th edition in 2017. The festival opened with Handsome Devil on February 15 and closed with the world premiere of Mad To Be Normal on February 26. You can read details of Glasgow Short Film Festival here.

This year's Audience Award went to Lipstick Under My Burkha.

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My Life As A Courgette
My Life As A Courgette
Stop-motion story of a boy, who is sent to a group home for orphans after the death of his mum.
Swim Team
Swim Team
The Jersey Hammerheads is a competitive swim team made up of a diverse group of teens on the autism spectrum.
The Levelling
The Levelling
A woman returns to her family farm after her brother's suicide.
Below Her Mouth
Below Her Mouth
Two women embark on a passionate affair that derails their lives.
The Transfiguration
The Transfiguration
Tale of love, loss and vampires.
David Lynch: The Art Life
David Lynch: The Art Life
Documentary about the American filmmaker.
An indigenous detective arrives in a frontier town on the hunt for a missing person.
A documentary about Benny Lynch, who was frequently described as the greatest boxer that Scotland has ever produced.
Old Stone
Old Stone
A psychological thriller about a taxi driver battling bureaucracy and legal manipulation in China.
A fading actor aims to redeem himself by turning private eye and catching a killer.
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Glasgow Film Festival Features

Feeling as others do, part 3
Terence Davies on A Quiet Passion and what he's working on now.
Untold stories, part 1
Jon Nguyen on the art of filming David Lynch.
A winning recipe with Courgette
Claude Barras on Aardman, Oscar nod, and an enduring passion for animation.
Portrait of a Lady
William Oldroyd on austerity and colour-blind casting in his debut Lady Macbeth.
Heart of the matter
Katell Quillévéré on Heal The Living, organ donation and E.T.
Mad for it
GFF Diary days 11&12: David Tennant, Frightfest and The Princess Bride.
The shivers
GFF Diary days 9&10: The Thing in the snow, Frightfest, Terence Davies, Quinton Aaron and more.
Gentleman of letters
Gay Talese on the importance of James Baldwin and films in I Am Not Your Negro.
Screenings with style
GFF Diary days 5&6: power dressing, pipers, Persian food, David Lynch’s photographs and the Margaret Tait Award.
Huppert - the actress who knows no fear
Elle star on working with Verhoeven, awards and the gift of confidence
Stranger days
GFF Diary days 3&4: dinner, dancing, alien hunters and all the fun of the fair.
Looking good in Glasgow
GFF Diary days 1&2: Handsome Devil, femmes fatales and how to have the time of your life.
Recollections of James Baldwin
Gay Talese on the man behind the legend and I Am Not Your Negro.
Why Ozon revels in secrets and lies
The director of Frantz on his fascination for Germany, shooting in monochrome and falling in love on set.
Glasgow Film Festival early bird highlights
Graduation, I Am Not Your Negro, Aquarius and A Quiet Passion.
The view from the mountain
Cristian Mungiu talks about honesty, guilt and Graduation.
Finding treasure
Sônia Braga on Aquarius and working with Kleber Mendonça Filho.
Feeling as others do, part 2
Terence Davies talks about Emily Dickinson, death, costumes and A Quiet Passion.
Diving into the life of Jacques Cousteau
The Odyssey director Jerôme Salle on an underwater legend.
An extraordinary individual
Colin MacCabe remembers John Berger.
Making a splash
Lara Stolman on Swim Team and getting to know the Jersey Hammerheads.
All the colours of Aquarius
Kleber Mendonça Filho on madeleines and memories.
Learning to say no
Sônia Braga on Aquarius and surviving the red carpet.
Feeling as others do, part 1
Terence Davies on innocence, sin, half smiles and A Quiet Passion.
Inside and out
Kleber Mendonça Filho on Aquarius and a changing world.
The storyteller's tale
Colin MacCabe on The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger.
Kristen - spirited away by Assayas
Twilight star on ghosts, communication and energies.
Faithful representation
Jake Mahaffy on religion, authenticity and empathy in Free In Deed.
Romero - master of the macabre
Veteran director on zombies, religion and genocide.
Divine grace
Mink Stole remembers cinema's biggest star.
Surviving on star quality
Faye Dunaway on ageist attitudes, inequality and stage roots.
Master Carpenter
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Plight of the living dead
As Diary Of The Dead is released on DVD read our exclusive interview with George A Romero about zombies, the perils of the internet and a Sound Of Music remake.

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