The 16th edition of the Glasgow Film Festival will run from February 26 to March 8. Early announcements include a retrospective dedicated to dystopian cinema and a country focus on Iceland.

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Echo
Echo
A portrait of modern Icelandic society.
Synchronic
Synchronic
A pair of paramedics find their friendship put to the test after a series of deaths are linked to a drug.
The Odd Family: Zombie On Sale
The Odd Family: Zombie On Sale
When a pharmaceutical company's illegal experiments inadvertently create a zombie, the strange Park family finds it and tries to profit from its unexpected viagra-like effect.
Westworld
Westworld
Trouble brews for guests at a wild west adventure park.
Logan's Run
Logan's Run
In a society where no-one lives past 30, one man decides to run for his life.
Planet Of The Apes
Planet Of The Apes
Astronauts crash-land on a world ruled by apes.
District 9
District 9
A government agent joins the cause of ghettoised aliens he has come to evict.
Soylent Green
Soylent Green
On an overheated, overcrowded future Earth, a detective investigates the death of a wealthy corporate mogul.
Brazil
Brazil
A typo leads to an innocent man being confused with a revolutionary, plunging the life of a small time bureaucrat into chaos.
Strange Days
Strange Days
Forbidden memories on disk, yours for the right price.
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