14th – 24th February 2013
Location: Various venues throughout the city of Glasgow
Tickets: Standard ticket price is £8.50
With 11 days of premieres, celebrity guests, family events and more, the Glasgow Film Festival is the best place to see exciting and innovative films, old and new.
The ninth edition of Glasgow Film Festival begins on Valentine’s Day and runs until Academy Award night on 24th February. during which the GFF will see screenings of exceptional films and inspiring events. With more movies, more parties, more galas, more guests and more ways to spend little money on lots of fun, the GFF has something for everyone!
The festival takes place in 11 venues throughout Glasgow, including the enormous Cineworld cinema, the beautiful Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow Tramway and The Arches. The film selection has been divided into eighteen strands strands in an attempt to make it easier to find the movies that will interest the viewers. These include “Frightfest”, “Best of British”, “Eurovisions”, “Fashion in Film”, “Gala”, and “Out of the Past” (classic films rediscovered).
For 2013, the Festival offers three new strands: James Cagney: Top of the World, Buena Onda: New Brazilian Cinema and Game Cats Go Miaow!
To see full listings of what movies and events are on where, visit the GFF website.
Whether you are a passionate cineaste, a casual film-goer, or even looking to break into the industry, you are certain to find something to tickle your fancy at this year’s Glasgow Film Festival!
Tickets go on sale on Thursday 17th January and standard ticket price is £8.50 full price & £6.50 for all adult concessions. Tickets can be purchased on the GFF website.