• Alistair Braidwood

Lights, Camera, Action: A Preview of the Glasgow Film Festival 2015…


If it’s February, it must be the Glasgow Film Festival. It has long been one of the best festivals Scotland has to offer, and this year is no different. As always, there are themes running throughout which act as a guide to potential areas of interest. This year they include The Best of British, Cinema City, Modern Families (featuring The Moomins!), Pioneer, and Strewth! The Films Of Oz as well as the usual Frightfest and Sound & Vision. But these are simply suggestions; for the full guide as to what’s on you should go to visitgff.glasgowfilm.org or follow the comings and goings on Twitter @glasgowfilmfest.

At Scots Whay Hae! we like to keep our guide simple, so here are ten of the very best on show at this year’s festival…

Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films


Memphis


Pale Moon


Small Faces


Wyrmwood


X + Y


Casablanca


The Wonders


Altman


But, if you absolutely, positively, have to pick only one thing to go and see we suggest you make it this; the greatest live concert ever captured on film, according to at least one person sitting not too far from here:

Stop Making Sense


The above only scratches the surface, but hopefully there’s something you’ll find to your taste.

#GlasgowFilmFestival

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