The 2022 Glasgow Film Festival unveils an exciting programme with the UK premiere of The Outfit kicking it off.
Undoubtedly a highlight in the festival calendar, GFF this year will show 10 world premieres including Monstrous as part of FrightFest and the European premiere of Alan Cumming’s My Old School.
Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic’s Camera D’ or winning, Murina, will close the festival in what will be its UK premiere.
The 18th annual festival will exclusively show the first episode of season six of the worldwide hit series, Outlander. Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta is among the Scottish premieres as well as Ruth Paxton’s A Banquet, to name but a few.
In-person events also return with the legendary Armando Iannucci who will look back on his varied career to date.
As well as the 1962 retrospective showing classics including Cape Fear, which we reported here, the festival will also focus on Africa in African Stories. This will celebrate the continents history and culture including documentary Casablanca Beats from director Nabil Ayouch.
This year, once again, GFF will partner with cinemas across the UK to bring the festival to a wider audience.
Tickets for The Outfit and Murina go on sale on January 31st (10.00am) and more information on Glasgow Film Festival can be found here