Rachel Cronin reviews Glasgow Film Festival’s Gala film, Happening.
Rachel Cronin reviews quirky French comedy Anais In Love at Glasgow Film Festival
By Santiago Guerrero Measure for Measure is an Australian 2019 film directed by fellow Scotsman Paul Ireland […]
By Alex Donaldson Part of the Glasgow Film festival’s Pioneer strand, Director Ladj Ly’s full-length directorial debut Les […]
A controversial Czech movie with international cast that infamously made half of the audience in Venice leave the theatre, finally arrived to Glasgow. Is it really as gruesome as some previous reviews suggested?
Simon Pegg, a notable comedian, takes an atypical dramatic role in this disturbing indictment of the American healthcare system. Katharine O’Brien also makes a striking debut in this Audience Award nominated feature.
Our coverage of the Film Festival continues with our News Editor Rob reviewing Flint, a film by Anthony Baxter
One of the most bizarre pieces of this year’s Festival came to Glasgow from Slovakia and Czech Republic. And as the title indicates, it is not just about cooking.
Iain is one of the programmers at the film festival this year, we were given the opportunity to sit down and chat through some of his favourite films at this year’s festival alongside fundamental questions about what the festival is trying to achieve in 2020 and who its audience is.
Lukas Vojacek rounds up the decade’s top ten.