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The Glasgow Film Festival is back this year with a hybrid event, and will also screen some of its gala premières simultaneously at cinemas across the UK, from London to Stornoway. It will celebrate the contemporary cinema of Africa and showcase a retrospective of Edith Carlmar, Norway's first female film director, as well as including the ever-popular Glasgow Frightfest horror showcase.
The festival will run from 2 to 13 March.
We're still adding details here, so please bear with us, and watch out for more.
View Films by Strand:
- African Stories
- Edith Carlmar
- Family Shorts 1
- General Features
- Winds of Change: Cinema in ‘62
View previous years coverage of the Glasgow Film Festival festival:
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On the run, Marian returns to her hometown in upstate New York to hide out with her estranged identical twin sister, Vivian. Struggling to put the past behind her, Marian lies about the reason for her return, leaving her sister in the dark until their two worlds begin to collide.
A documentary exploring the legacy of punk and questioning its latter-day commercial influences.
A young woman struggles to access higher education and escape the violence of her dysfunctional family.
When Matt’s estranged older brother Deco turns up at his flat looking terrible one morning, Matt figures he’s just on another typical loser bender. But Deco’s symptoms turn out to be more than a wicked hangover, and his newly grown fangs leave little doubt he’s fallen victim to a group of vampires terrorizing Dublin.
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