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.

Hotel Mumbai

Glasgow Film Theatre

Dev Patel leads an all-star cast in Anthony Mara's film dealing with the 2008 Mumbai terrorist …

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Korkoro

Bike for Good Community Hub

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CineRoma: The UK's First Roma Film Festival

Bike for Good Community Hub

Award-winning films from around the world and UK premieres are featured in the UK's first ever …

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Charming

Glasgow Film Theatre

Three fairy tale princesses get engaged to the same prince. …

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Sorry We Missed You

Glasgow Film Theatre

Ricky (Hitchen) becomes a freelance delivery driver in order to earn more money, but the financ …

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Scottish Queer International Film Festival

Various venues: Glasgow

The Scottish Queer International Film Festival is a celebration of queer cinema, hosting featur …

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Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (with live orchestra)

SECC

Everyone's favourite Star Wars film accompanied by John Williams' musical score performed live …

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Trash Cinema: '50s Monster Movie -- Double Bill

The Old Hairdressers

Join Trash Cinema and watch two horror classics from the 1950s. Screening The Beast from 20,000 …

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Cielo

Glasgow Film Theatre

An ode to the night sky. …

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WoFF: World of Film International Festival Glasgow

Various venues: Glasgow

International festival featuring over 40 films from independent directors from all over the wor …

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SQIFF 2019 SQIFF Shorts: Intimacies

CCA

Touch, connection, sensuality, bonding. Sharing of solidarity, friendship, grief, and (com)pas …

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SQIFF 2019 LUX Scotland presents: where did we land + Fi Dem I & II

CCA

London-based curator and artist Rabz Lansiquot screens their new moving image essay where did w …

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