Gemma Jones, Daniel Wolfe and Peter Mullan among guests to attend upcoming 11th Glasgow Film Festival.
Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) has announced the next wave of guests set to attend its upcoming 11th edition, taking place Feb 18-March 1.
Veteran actors Gemma Jones and Richard Johnson will attend in support of Tom Browne’s debut Radiator which is nominated for the inaugural Audience Award, while Catch Me Daddy director Daniel Wolfe and the film’s stars Conor McCarron and Gary Lewis will also be in Glasgow.
Peter Mullan and Morvern Christie are both set to take part in masterclasses on editing and casting as part of the Behind the Scenes programme strand at this year’s festival.
The festival’s FrightFest guests include director April Mullen and writer Tom Doiron for 88, director Hans Herbot for The Treatment, director Russell Gomm for The Woods Movie and director Matt Winn for The Hoarder.
Other guests include Karidja Toure and Assa Sylla for Girlhood, crime novelist William McIlvanney for the world premiere of William McIlvanney: Living with Words, director Gillies McKinnon and actor Iain Robertson for the 20th anniversary screening of Small Faces and award-winning director Yasmin Fedda returns to GFF for Queens of Syria.
Carol Morley, Cliff Curtis, Ólafur Arnalds and Glenn Freemantle are among the guests previously announced for this year’s GFF.
For further information, visit the festival’s website.