Featuring the best boundary-pushing art on the cinema screen, Glasgow Film Festival commends the city’s thriving artistic community with a series of experiences that aim to stimulate, engross and engage.
We are delighted to partner once more with LUX Scotland for a series of screenings and events at Tramway, including the latest film from LA-based artist Martine Syms and an exhibition featuring the work of Margaret Salmon with a live event from Glasgow band Sacred Paws.
Elsewhere, MAP magazine present their latest programme The Body in Motion // In Motion and Sarah Forrest, the recipient of the 2017 Margaret Tait Award, presents the world premiere of her new film.
27 February: Hibridos, The Spirits of Brazil (N/C 12+)
A meditation on ritual and rhythm in South America
23 February: Incense, Sweaters & Ice (N/C 15+)
Martine Syms' powerful exploration of underlying racial structures in the United States
1 March: LUX Scotland: Funding and Sustainability in Artists' Moving Image
Panel discussion including artist and filmmaker Luke Fowler, producer James Mackay and academic researcher and writer Dr Sarah Neely.
1 March: MAP Magazine - The Body in Motion // In Motion (N/C 15+)
An exploration of dance film and artist moving image
28 February: Margaret Tait and Joanna Margaret Paul: People and Places (N/C 15+)
A selection of short films, poetry readings and discussion
26 February: Margaret Tait Award – Sarah Forrest
Showcasing the new work of Margaret Tait Award winner Sarah Forrest
22 February: Margaret Tait Contextual Screening - Recital (N/C 15+)
Sarah Forrest presents her recent work, in which objects misbehave, holes appear in reality, and appearances deceive.
24 February: Mm + Sacred Paws Live (N/C 18+)
Margaret Salmon's Mm with Sacred Paws performing live
2 March: Ouroboros (N/C 15+)
An homage to the Gaza Strip and to the possibility of hope beyond hopelessness
28 February: Through a Different Lens: Joanna Margaret Paul (N/C 15+)
The first collection to make New Zealand artist's work available to international audiences
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