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How top festivals are teaming up to support films and cut costs

Film festivals around the world are taking an increasingly co-operative approach.


Glasgow Film Festival defies extreme weather as 'Custody' wins audience award

The festival was seeing record attendance before ’the Beast from the East’ intervened.

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Technology has transformed casting process, says Kerry Barden

Casting director of Se7en, Monster’s Ball and The Help on the global talent market.

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Gender balance key to tackling bullying and harassment, say Glasgow panel

WIFTV’s Kate Kinninmont led the discussion in the snowed-under Scottish city.

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Glasgow and Dublin film festivals disrupted by severe snow

Scotland’s first red alert for snow has stopped most transport and closed venues.

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Glasgow Film Festival director: 'we want to be the opposite of elitist festivals'

Screen looks at the industry activity of the 2018 Glasgow Film Festival.


'Trainspotting' producer, Bafta Scotland, WFTV among Glasgow industry line-up (exclusive)

Women In Film & TV and Bafta Scotland to chair panels on gender imbalance and harassment.

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FrightFest Glasgow line-up includes 'Ghost Stories', 'Pyewacket'

13 features set for horror festival offshoot.

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10 UK and Irish films to tempt festival directors in 2018

New films from Mike Leigh, Yorgos Lanthimos and Lenny Abrahamson among the hot UK and Ireland projects to arrive in 2018.

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Glasgow Film Festival to open with Wes Anderson's 'Isle Of Dogs'

UK premiere of movie will take place February 21.

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The BFI’s seven biggest production awards of 2017

The BFI awarded seven films £1m or more in 2017.

Glasgow reviews

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'Nae Pasaran': Glasgow Review

The Glasgow Film Festival plays out with this heartfelt documentary about workers’ solidarity in the 1970s

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'You, Me And Him': Glasgow Review

David Tennant, Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay star in a broadly-sketched comedy about a lesbian couple’s pregnancies