The festival, which this year celebrates its tenth anniversary, will open on February 20 with the UK premiere of Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel, before closing on March 2 with the Scottish premiere of Under the Skin, which was partly shot in and around the city itself.
Over the course of the festival’s ten day run, films old and new will screen at various venues across the city, while unique, once-in-a-lifetime events, such as a mysterious descent into the unexplored depths of Glasgow Central Station, will award film fans the opportunity to make some everlasting memories.
New films scheduled to screen include 20 Feet from Stardom, The Double, A Long Way Down, Mood Indigo and Starred Up, while classics such as When Harry Met Sally, Withnail & I, Goodfellas, The Fog and In the Mood for Love will also feature.
The programme can be explored in all its marvel over on the Glasgow Film Festival website right this minute. Tickets, meanwhile, will be available from 10am onwards on Friday, January 24. Get your highlighters at the ready!