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.

Green Book

Glasgow Film Theatre

An unlikely friendship forms as Italian-American Tony Lip (Mortensen) chauffeurs African-Americ …

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Capernaum

Glasgow Film Theatre

A 12-year-old boy sues his parents from prison. …

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Cinemaattic Colombian Contemporary Animation

CCA

A Night featuring rarely-seen animation by Colombia's foremost contemporary animation pioneers …

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Ralph Breaks the Internet

Glasgow Film Theatre

Ralph (Reilly) and Vanellope (Silverman) have to go to the internet when her game, Sugar Rush, …

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Grease

Eastwood Park Theatre

Family Film Come to Eastwood Park Theatre to see your favourite films! A musical about teens …

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The Second Awakening of Christa Klages

Glasgow Film Theatre

Low budget heist drama as three women rob a bank to help a day care centre that's in debt. …

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A Private War

Everyman Glasgow

The story of intrepid war correspondent Marie Colvin (Pike) and her colleagues. …

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The Gardener Mostly Movie Pub Quiz

The Gardener

Movie-themed pub quiz hosted by Quizmaster Neil, with a big fancy prize waiting for the clevere …

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Hello Destroyer

Glasgow Film Theatre

A young hockey player deals with the consequences of hockey violence after he critically injure …

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Destroyer

Glasgow Film Theatre

LAPD officer Erin Bell (Kidman) is haunted by an event 17 years earlier, as she searches for re …

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If Beale Street Could Talk

Glasgow Film Theatre

Tish (Layne) and Fonny (James) are friends since childhood who grow up to realise that they’r …

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An Impossible Love

Glasgow Film Theatre

The story of Rachel (Efira) and her relationships with good-for-nothing Philippe (Schneider), a …

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