- Alistair Braidwood
Lights, Camera, Action!: A Preview Of Glasgow Film Festival 2021…
Updated: Apr 6, 2021
If it’s February in Glasgow it can only be the Glasgow Film Festival. This year running from today (Wednesday 24th February) to Sunday 7th March, it’s the festival for the more discerning film fan.
As with most things in our lives at the moment, it is all online which offers viewers greater flexibility not only as to what to watch, but when to watch.
Here’s how you can get involved:
The Scots Whay Hae! podcast will be talking to some of those involved and we will also be reviewing the best of what’s on, but before it all kicks off here is the SWH! GFF preview.
2021’s programme has so much to recommend it we couldn’t possibly do anything other than offer some considered recommendations, but you can click here to download the GFF21 Digital Schedule. Here’s just a taste of what’s on:
To whet appetites even further, below are trailers for 10 films to look forward to. They include some of the best Scottish features at this year’s festival, as well as a few other carefully considered highlights.
To find out more, and buy tickets, click on the film titles.
Creation Stories (N/C 18+)
Underplayed (N/C 15+)
Eye of the Storm (N/C 8+)
Iorram (Boat Song) (N/C 12+)
Yer Old Faither (N/C 12+)
Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché (N/C 12+)
City Hall (N/C 12+)
Da Capo (N/C 12+)
Steelers (N/C 12+)
My Wonderful Wanda (N/C 15+)
You can keep updated throughout the festival on Facebook and on Twitter @glasgowfilmfest #GFF21 and you can sign up to the GFT Enewsletter which is not only essential for the festival, but all year round.
You will be able to find our GFF 2021 podcasts here (Coming Soon…) – SWH! @GFF21 – which will be added to through the course of the festival as we catch up with writers, directors, & more…
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