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In pictures: Glasgow Film Festival 2019 highlights

Events included a Bo Burnham Q&A and a live Jessie Buckley performance.

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'Calibre' exec producer, Modern films chief debate positives and negatives of a Netflix deal

The platform Netflix supplies can boost an indie film, but it doesn’t work for every release.

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Six emerging Scotland-based directors you need to know

Screen profiles six emerging directors based in Scotland who are poised to make the next big steps in their careers.

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Glasgow horror panel discuss challenges of building genre industry in Scotland

Panelists discuss difficulty of keeping Scottish film talent in Scotland.


Look beyond local industry for documentary funding, says 'Aquarela' producer

Attending international markets and finding co-pro partners is key, say panel.

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How John C Reilly and Alison Dickey fought for eight years to make 'The Sisters Brothers'

Screen speaks to them about this distinctive western directed by Jacques Audiard.


Glasgow Film Festival director on staying relevant for UK industry, growth plans

Festival director Allison Gardner previews the 2019 edition and looks to the future of the event.

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Glasgow Film Festival 2019 unveils line-up including seven world premieres

New titles include ‘Connect’ starring Kevin Guthrie.

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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 reviews

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'Harry Birrell Presents Films Of Love And War': Glasgow Review

Archive footage from amateur filmmaker Harry Birrell makes for an intriguing documentary


'Automata': Glasgow FrightFest Review

A historian and his stepdaughter investigate a mysterious 18th century mechanical doll