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The 16th edition of the Glasgow Film Festival ran from February 26 to March 8 and included a retrospective dedicated to dystopian cinema and a country focus on Iceland. It opened with Alice Winocour's Proxima and featured nine world premieres. Special guests included George Mackay, Simon Bird, Emily Beecham, Celia Imrie and Bill Paterson.
View Films by Strand:
- Are We There Yet? A Retrospective of the Future
- Beyond the Screen
- Country Focus: Iceland
- Crossing the Line
- Future Cult
- Local Heroes
- Sound And Vision
- Special Events
- Stranger than Fiction
- Window on the World
- Women Make Film
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Glasgow Latest Reviews
Comedy drama sees a group of choirgirls on a day trip to Edinburgh.
Georges, 44, and his jacket, 100 per cent deerskin, have a plan.
Documentary based on footage from March 5 - 9, 1953, when the USSR mourned and buried Joseph Stalin.
A disabled former soldier devotes her life to writing letters on behalf of others and struggles to come to terms with her own feelings about the commanding officer who fell in love with her.
A man struggles to better his circumstances, motivated by his love for a woman from a bourgeois family.
Two retired women, who have been in a secret relationship for decades, find their relationship turned upside down when the truth begins to come out.
A lone Jewish boy has to fend for himself in Nazi-occupied eastern Europe.
Guided by a Scheherazade-like narrator, the film reflects on human life through a series of vignettes - from war-torn Cologne to smaller incidents like the tying of shoelaces.
A schizophrenic woman finds things change when she embarks on a romance with a failed musician.
A man's job requires him to clean a house, which turns out to be haunted. In the course of trying to exorcise the ghost, he falls in love with her.