She is a multi-BAFTA award winner, has picked up a Golden Globe and been nominated for an Oscar twice, but Dame Julie Walters is facing her biggest challenge yet – the Glaswegian accent.
Glasgow Film Festival
GLASGOW Film Festival has announced its jam-packed, star-studded 2019 programme.
Sir Michael Palin, Carol Morley and Matt Bomer among guests for Glasgow Film Festival 2019 as full programme announced
GLASGOW will have a touch of Hollywood glitz and glamour as the Glasgow Film Festival gets underway next month, with a host of premieres planned.
Glasgow Film Festival celebrates record figures as David Tennant dubs GFT ‘possibly my favourite cinema in the world’
DESPITE challenging weather conditions, the fourteenth annual Glasgow Film Festival has reported record attendance figures.
MOVIE star Karen Gillan yesterday called for more arts funding in Scotland’s schools.
Scots filmmaker Lynne Ramsay on You Were Never Really Here and working with ‘honorary Glaswegian’ Joaquin Phoenix
GLASGOW-BORN film maker Lynne Ramsay is bringing her new offering You Were Never Really Here to audiences at the Glasgow Film Festival.
SCOTTISH stars Karen Gillan, David Tennant and director Lynne Ramsay are among the famous names set to attend this year’s Glasgow Film Festival.
THE latest film from the director of The Grand Budapest Hotel will open this year’s Glasgow Film Festival, organisers have announced.
Glasgow Film Theatre to celebrate film masters the Coen Brothers and Glasgow Film Festival announces event for The Big Lebowski fans
THIS winter, Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) will be celebrating the work of filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen.
GLASGOW Film Festival will kick things off on the 15th February, and tickets to their smorgasbord of incredible films will go on sale on Monday 23rd January.
‘There is no prejudice or pretentiousness about what we do’: Co-director Allan Hunter on the appeal of the Glasgow Film Festival
EVERY February thousands of movie lovers flock to the Glasgow Film Festival. With this year’s programme (February 15-26) launching on Wednesday, co-director Allan Hunter chatted to Murray Scougall about the event, which now ranks among the top three UK film festivals.