Neon Frights Proudly Presents LORD OF TEARS SCREENING + Q&A w/ Lawrie Brewster (Director)
Leith Theatre in partnership with Cinetopia is proud to kick off their “Quotable Classics” Cinema Nights. We are going to be showing those films you can remember every word to – and expect those words to be shouted out!
Join us for an evening celebrating robots on and off screen. Explore the Robots exhibition after hours, get hands-on with robotic gadgets and enjoy one of two classic sci-fi movies on the big screen.
The Blair Witch Project at a Secret Location Saturday 2 March (Buses 16.00 & 19.00) glasgowfilm.org/festival 20 years have passed since a group of students disappeared in the Maryland woods after heading out to film a documentary about the Blair Witch legend. The supernatural movie that ushered in a new […]
The Final Girls present We Are The Weirdos Feminist horror film collective The Final Girl present a selection of short films from some of the most exciting new female voices in international genre cinema. Films that delve deep into the darkest corners of the human experience, bringing an unforgettable array […]
Wooooooaahh dude! From the makers of Cage-a-rama & Weird Weekend, KeanuCon is Scotland’s first Keanu Reeves film festival. Join us to celebrate the most triumphant Wild Stallyn himself and trace his career from babe to baba yaga.
Over the course of eight blockbuster movies, four composing wizards put quill to parchment to create magical soundtracks to accompany the wondrous world of Harry Potter. We invite muggles, squibs and magic folk alike to join us as Hollywood Conductor Richard Kaufman waves his wand to bring this magical music […]
No one writes a movie theme like John Williams: no wonder he’s the world’s most popular film composer. And no cinema in the world comes close to how good this music sounds when it’s played live in concert by the full RSNO. Join Hollywood maestro Richard Kaufman and cellist Johannes […]
No one writes a movie theme like John Williams: no wonder he’s the world’s most popular film composer. And no cinema in the world comes close to how good this music sounds when it’s played live in concert by the full RSNO.
No one writes movie themes quite like John Williams: it’s little wonder he’s the world’s most celebrated film composer. And no cinema’s surround sound system even comes close to how good this music sounds when it’s played live in concert by the full RSNO. Join Hollywood maestro Richard Kaufman, cellist […]