Cinema

A surprising fact: in the 1930s, Glasgow had more cinemas per head than anywhere else in the world. Today’s enthusiastic movie buff still has an enviable range of options, from world cinema at the Glasgow’s arthouse cinema, the GFT, to the latest blockbuster at Cineworld Glasgow, the world's tallest cinema, boasting an impressive 18 screens over 9 levels.

Teresa Venerdì

Glasgow Film Theatre

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Glasgow Film Theatre

Two business rivals hate each other at the office but fall in love over the internet. …

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Glasgow’s Cinema Experiment

Hillhead Library

Gordon Barr and Gary Painter of www.ScottishCinemas.org present a double feature, covering the …

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Resound Metropolis

Glasgow Film Theatre

Fritz Lang's 1927 masterpiece, with a restored half hour of footage found several decades later …

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An Introduction to Participatory Filmmaking

Gallery of Modern Art

This event is for educators and youth/community workers curious about using filmmaking in their …

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Robert the Bruce

Glasgow Film Theatre

Angus Macfadyen reprises his Braveheart role to tell the tale of the outlaw hero who became Kin …

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National Theatre Live: Small Island

Glasgow Film Theatre

Live screening of the National Theatre's adaption of Andrea Levy's award-winning novel. …

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National Theatre Live: Small Island

Everyman Glasgow

Live screening of the National Theatre's adaption of Andrea Levy's award-winning novel. …

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Under the Jasmine Tree

St Fillan's Primary RC School

Under The Jasmine Tree is an animation created by Saint Fillan’s Primary School pupils, based …

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Support The Girls

Glasgow Film Theatre

The general manager of a Hooters-like sports bar has her optimism and faith shaken by events ta …

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In Fabric

Glasgow Film Theatre

Sheila (Jean-Baptiste), a lonely, 50-something single mother, buys a 70s vintage dress which tu …

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Our Most Brilliant Friends

Glasgow Film Theatre

An intimidate look at the indie band Slow Club that captures the intricacies of their musical p …

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