The Glasgow Film Festival is a yearly film celebration situated in Glasgow, Scotland. The celebration started in 2005. By 2015, the celebration had seen group of onlookers figures top 40,000 for two back to back years.
2008's celebration occurred between 14–24 February and the program included selective debuts and additionally a Bette Davis review.
2010's celebration occurred between 18–28 February. The opening affair highlighted Jean-Pierre Jeunet's most recent film, Micmacs with the executive there to exhibit the film. Different visitors included Peter Mullan, James Earl Jones and the thrown of Scottish great, Gregory's Girl. Oscar designated Crazy Heart was likewise appeared, preceding the general discharge date. Likewise incorporated a Cary Grant review.
With the celebration enduring 11 days from February 18 to March 1, affirmation figures topped 40,000.
2016's celebration highlighted 174 element movies including 60 UK debuts. Confirmations achieved 42,000. The Audience Award was won by Deniz Gamze Ergüven's.
2017 saw the celebration achieve more than 40,000 confirmations for the fourth sequential year. Including 65 UK debuts, program highlights included Elle, I Am Not Your Negro, Free Fire and a screening of John Carpenter's The Thing on an indoor ski slope. Empire Magazine displayed an uncommon screening of The Lost Boys as a mystery location. The Audience Award was won by Alankrita Shrivastava'.