Sean Biggerstaff, Michelle Ryan, Emelia Fox, Sean Ellis at the opening night premiere of Cashback in Glasgow. <i>Photo by: Max Crawford</i> Sean Biggerstaff, Michelle Ryan, Emelia Fox, Sean Ellis at the opening night premiere of Cashback in Glasgow. Photo by: Max Crawford

One of the youngest film festivals in the UK, Glasgow is entering it's third year in 2007 with an exciting programme that includes the UK premieres of Cashback, Curse Of The Yellow Flower. They will also present a John Wayne centenary retrospective and a focus on Danish cinema. Read our full news preview, and check back regularly for new reviews and features.

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Romance about an art student who works the nightshift in a supermarket, explores the issue of time - and what would happen if you could make it stand still.
Ghosts Of Cité Soleil
Ghosts Of Cité Soleil
A look at the lives and origins of the young gangsters who control Haiti's shanty towns.
Someone Else
Someone Else
A young man struggles to do the right thing after falling in love with someone other than his girlfriend.
Fast Food Nation
Fast Food Nation
Exposing the beef burger industry as bacteria friendly, with blood in the boardroom and illegals in the slaughterhouse.
The Messengers
The Messengers
When their family moves into an isolated farmhouse, teenager Jess and her toddler brother begin to notice creepy things no-one else can see...
Curse Of The Golden Flower
Curse Of The Golden Flower
Love and politics lead the way to destruction in the Chinese imperial court.
The Lives Of Others
The Lives Of Others
East German secret police spy on a playwright and follow the course of his life over a number of years.
Away From Her
Away From Her
A married couple come to terms with Alzheimer's. Enjoying a limited Valentine's re-release in some London cinemas.
Days Of Glory
Days Of Glory
Four North African men join the French army to fight the Nazis, but will their deeds be remembered?
Inland Empire
Inland Empire
A married actress falls for her leading man whilst making a film about an illicit affair.
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Glasgow Film Festival Features

Glasgow Says Goodbye
Film fans say their farewells as this year's Glasgow Film Festival comes to an end.
Racism and rights of passage
Actor Stephen Graham discusses his role in this year's most talked-about British film, This Is England.
Fast Food and fierce film
Having enjoyed considerable success on the festival circuit, Fast Food Nation is due to open in British cinemas March 23. Eye For Film caught up with producer Jeremy Thomas during a question and answer session at the Glasgow Film Festival
Getting kids into cinema
Glasgow Film Festival director Allison Gardner talks about her plans to make films more popular with youngsters.
Biggerstaff hits the big-time
With supermarket-set romance Cashback opening this year's Glasgow Film Festival, young Scottish Star Sean Biggerstaff, perhaps best known as Oliver from the Harry Potter films, seems perched on the brink of a brilliant career. Eye For Film caught up with him to ask a few questions.

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