Film review: Run

This striking third feature from Aberdeen-born filmmaker Scott Graham centres on 30-something fish worker and former boy racer Finnie (Mark Stanley). He’s become increasingly frustrated with living in the same small Aberdeenshire port town he’s ever known, beholden to his ...

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Film Review: Patrick

Patrick This deadpan curio from Peaky Blinders director Tim Mielants takes a sideways look ...

Film Review: James vs. His Future Self

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 James vs. His Future Self Shane Carruth’s ...

Film Review: Radioactive

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 Radioactive Eclectic director Marjane Satrapi (Persepolis, The ...

Film Review: Miss & Mrs. Cops

  SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 Miss & Mrs. Cops One of ...

Film Review: Saint Maud

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 Saint Maud This stunning, dread-soaked spiritual horror ...

Film Review: How To Build A Girl

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 How to Build a Girl Closing out ...

Film Review: Bacurau

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 Bacurau Even if you’re a film fan ...

Film Review: Gutterbee

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 Gutterbee Told in chapter form, this enjoyably-quirky ...

Film Review: The Truth

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 The Truth Director Hirokazu Koreeda is known ...

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Film Review: Gay Chorus Deep South

Gay Chorus Deep South A big-hearted message of acceptance and love shines bright and ...

Film Review: Days of the Bagnold Summer

SNACK at The Glasgow Film Festival 2020 Days of the Bagnold Summer The Inbetweeners ...