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Glasgow Film Festival 2019

2019

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REVIEW: Mrs Lowry & Son (EIFF 2019)

“A terrific end to the Edinburgh Film Festival and a hell of a showcase for its two actors”   Rating: ★★★★ Directed by: Adrian Noble Cast: Vanessa Redgrave, Timothy Spall, Stephen Lord Release Date: 30th August 2019

5.0
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GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL 2019: Ray & Liz

“Pure kitchen sink drama of the finest order…” Directed by: Richard Billingham Cast: Justin Salinger, Ella Smith, Richard Ashton, Jamie-Lee Beacher, Michelle Bonnard

4.0
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GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL 2019: The Vanishing

Director Kristoffer Nyholm is certainly no stranger to shrouding his efforts in meticulous mystery. Small-screen heavyweights like Nordic noir The Killing and the Tom Hardy-led BBC offering Taboo fine examples. His transition to the big screen only serves as a compelling extension of such craftsmanship….

5.0
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GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL 2019: Eighth Grade

    “It’s very real. It’s very vulnerable. It’s a MASTERCLASS” My Rating: ★★★★★     Directed by:  Bo Burnham Written by: Bo Burnham Cast: Elsie Fisher, Josh Hamilton, Emily Robinson

5.0
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GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL 2019: Papi Chulo

Swift in our swipes, whether it be left or right. Who can we message who is close by that remotely appeals? ‘Thirst following’ in the middle of the night, when we’re perhaps to pardon the pun, not thinking straight. As a gay man myself, these…

4.0
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GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL 2019: Mid90s

The sheer replay value of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater on Playstation and the pop-punk punch of an anthemic Avril Lavigne track. It’s fair to imply my knowledge of the sport is that sparse, with cinema rather complimentary in only sporadically having it at the forefront…