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  • Address:

    12
    Glasgow Film Theatre Rose Street
    Glasgow
    G3 6RB

  • Venue phone:

    0141 332 6535

  • Venue website:

    www.gft.org.uk

  • Transport:

    BR: Buchanan Steet. Underground: Cowcaddens

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    1. Glasgow Film Theatre
      • 12
        Rose Street
        Glasgow
        G3 6RB
      • 0141 332 6535
      • www.gft.org.uk
      • 55.865441,-4.261255

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Epic

Rating: 3/5

Can the tiny warrior Leafmen protect their queen and her magical rosebud, which will one day give them a future monarch? Or is the rosebud’s flowering threatened by the invasion of a dark force? Welcome to ‘Epic’, a Freudian lineage anxiety drama for...

  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 11:30
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 16:00
    • 20:30
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 13:45
    • 18:15
  • Thu May 1:

    • 16:00
    • 20:30

NT Live: King Lear

A live broadcast of Sam Mendes's staging of Shakespeare's tragedy about an aged king, who decides to divide his kingdom between his daughters. Simon Russell Beale assumes the title role opposite Anna Maxwell Martin and Adrian Scarborough from the Nat...

  • Thu May 1:

    • 19:00

Pioneer

Rating: 3/5

This Nordic conspiracy thriller, very loosely based on real events, uncovers murky goings-on during the Norwegian oil boom of the 1980s. When the black stuff is discovered in the North Sea, the Norwegians call in American oilmen with the technical kn...

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 13:00
    • 15:25
    • 17:50
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    • 13:15
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  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 12:35
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    • 19:20
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    • 13:00
    • 15:25
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    • 13:00
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    • 17:50
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    • 13:00
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  • Thu May 1:

    • 13:00
    • 15:25
    • 17:50
    • 20:20

The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears

Rating: 2/5

French filmmaking duo Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani’s début feature ‘Amer’ blended the baroque eroticism of the Italian director Dario Argento’s giallo thrillers with a rigorous formal experimentation. Their more challenging and frustrating second...

  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 19:00
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 17:50
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 15:45
    • 20:40

Tracks

A reenactment of Robyn Davidson’s epic 2,700km trek across the inhospitable Australian outback.

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 12:50
    • 15:15
    • 17:40
    • 20:10
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 15:15
    • 17:40
    • 20:10
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 14:00
    • 16:30
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 15:15
    • 20:10
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 15:15
    • 18:00
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 12:50
    • 15:15
    • 17:40
    • 20:10
  • Thu May 1:

    • 12:50
    • 15:15
    • 17:40

We Are the Best!

Rating: 4/5

After more than a decade of misfires, arthouse oddities and bleak personal projects, Swedish writer-director Lukas Moodysson finally (and perhaps grudgingly?) returns to the sparky, indie-comic tone of his best-loved films ‘Show Me Love’ and ‘Togethe...

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 14:00
    • 18:15
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    • 16:15
    • 20:30
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 13:00
    • 17:15
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 16:15
    • 20:30
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 15:45
    • 18:15
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 16:00
    • 20:30
  • Thu May 1:

    • 13:45
    • 18:15

Willow And Wind

A little boy breaks one of the windows at his school. The other children can't concentrate because the rain is getting into the classroom so the teacher orders the culprit to mend the glass. This involves carrying a large, heavy pane back to the scho...

  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 17:30

Wrinkles

Rating: 3/5

‘I wouldn’t go in there,’ Miguel tells Emilio as they pass the dementia ward of their care home. ‘It’s not a pretty sight.’ Few filmmakers have dared to go there either – old age and Alzheimer’s are perennially unsexy subjects in cinema, and especial...

  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 16:15
    • 20:30
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 14:25
    • 18:30
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 15:15
    • 19:30
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 14:15

The Lunchbox

Rating: 3/5

It’s ‘84 Charing Cross Road’ with extra chutney in this enormously likeable Indian romantic comedy-drama. Irrfan Khan plays the grouchy, widowed claims adjuster who discovers that his lunch has been accidentally switched with a co-worker’s. Instead o...

  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 15:50
    • 20:30
  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 12:30
    • 17:10
  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 15:50
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  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 13:30
    • 18:10
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 15:50
    • 20:30
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 13:30
    • 18:10
  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 11:30
  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 16:00
    • 18:20
    • 20:40
  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 12:45
    • 19:40
  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 13:45
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    • 13:45
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    • 13:45
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  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 13:45
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Calvary

Rating: 4/5

What do you say to a priest you plan to shoot pointblank between the eyes? ‘Say your prayers,’ of course. Part ‘Father Ted’, part Tarantino, John Michael McDonagh follows up 2011’s ‘The Guard’ with this wickedly funny black comedy, all fatalism and g...

  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 13:45
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 18:20

RSC Live Encore Screening: Richard II

David Tennant takes the title role in Shakespeare's history play which spans the final two years of Richard II's life when the king brings about his own downfall by intervening in a dispute between Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk and Henry Bolingbrok...

  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 16:00

A Story Of Children And Film

Rating: 4/5

The critic and filmmaker Mark Cousins has become a whirlwind documentary film essayist since completing his epic TV series ‘The Story of Film’ over two years ago. As ever, his infectious enthusiasm for cinema and his lightly worn knowledge shine thro...

  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 12:55
    • 17:40
  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 15:30
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 18:00

Vikings Live From The British Museum

Historian Michael Wood leads a private tour of the Vikings exhibition in the company of British Museum Director Neil MacGregor, curator Gareth Williams and other experts, who offer invaluable insights to the objects on display in London. The exhibiti...

  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 19:00

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