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GLASGOW YOUTH FILM FESTIVAL 2-12 February 2014

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IN PERSON & OVER THE PHONE You can purchase tickets for film screenings from Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) Box Office during opening hours (daily from 12.00 – 20.00). Please note there is a £1.50 transaction fee for telephone bookings. ONLINE Most tickets can be purchased from the website www.glasgowfilm.org/gyff. Tickets for events at GFT can be purchased online up until one hour before the performance. No booking fee. See information in film listings for how to obtain tickets for workshops and events at other venues. COLLECTION You can collect your advance tickets from GFT Box Office up until the day before the performance. On the day of the event, tickets must be picked up at the venue where the film is being shown or the event is being held. Please bring proof of eligibility when purchasing or collecting tickets, including valid proof of age like your Uni matriculation or Young Scot card. CERTIFICATION Films not certificated by the BBFC are marked N/C and accompanied by an age recommendation, e.g. N/C 15+ (suitable for 15 and older, no-one under 15 will be admitted). Films with a N/C 15+ rating may contain adult or disturbing content. For more detailed information on individual films visit our website. Please note that all GYFF films have no adverts or trailers and therefore will begin at the scheduled time. Venues and box office details – please see back cover.

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AGED 15–21 YEARS OLD? See a GYFF14 film for only £4.50 with our Youth Loyalty card. Join our free Youth Card scheme and get standard price tickets at the reduced price of £4.50. You'll also receive points towards free tickets and special offers at GFT. To find out more and sign up, go to www.glasgowfilm.org/youthcard 14 AND UNDER? Tickets are £5 with proof of age. STANDARD PRICE TICKETS: £8 full price/£6.50 concessions. 3D films are £1.50 extra SPECIAL EVENTS Please note that some special events, workshops, and screenings fall outside the standard ticket cost. See individual listings for details. FREE EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS Unless otherwise specified, tickets for free events will be issued on the day from the venue where the event is being held. First come, first served! Workshops require advance booking by emailing gyff@glasgowfilm.org

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Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2014 Named by The Skinny as ‘Scotland’s most innovative film festival,’ GYFF is back with another amazing line-up of films, workshops, events, and opportunities to dress up in silly outfits, all programmed by our talented Youth Team. Highlights this year include a special screening of the latest DreamWorks animation, Mr Peabody and Sherman 3D, Lukas Moodysson’s new teen-punk comedy, We Are the Best!, and Tim Burton’s classic Beetlejuice in our late night slot. We have an extra special anime day this year with a great selection of UK premieres: The Wind Rises, rumoured to be legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki’s last film; the first movie version of hit manga, Blue Exorcist; and an exciting mystery film alongside the return of our popular Red Carpet Cosplay Parade. We are super excited about our Closing Band Night, featuring up-and-coming musical and visual talent. Glasgow-based ambient-electronic maestros, Inuit, are collaborating with filmmaker and artist, Ania Urbanowska, to create an unmissable performance. See page 11 for full details. As ever, we have a range of hands-on opportunities for you to get involved with, from comedy writing to poster design and TV production. Our workshops always sell out fast, so early booking is recommended! Tickets on sale now at www.glasgowfilm.org/gyff See you there! GYFF14 Team

A big GYFF thank you to the following for making the Festival possible! Helen Wright, Louise Donoghue, Emily Munro, Hannah MacDonald, all Glasgow Film staff, Natasha and David Luck, Konrad Siller and the Goethe-Institut, Beth Armstrong and GMAC, Lisa Clark and staff at Project Ability, Andrew Partridge and Scotland Loves Anime, Geek Retreat, Carole Rooney and staff at Scottish Youth Theatre, David Farrell and co at Scottish Game Jam, Media Trust, Justine Atkinson and Africa in Motion, The Commonweal Fund, David Street, Gary Condie, Gemma Mannion, Jenny Smillie, Aidan O’Rourke, Mark Lennon, Jonathan Lennon at Tramway, Laura Harding, Murdoch Rogers, Lucinda Broadbent, Nicole Kleeman, Jen Davies, Laura McCairn and Charlene Tait at Scottish Autism, Louise Dingwall and everyone at Platform, Rhona Matheson and Starcatchers, Siobhan Synnot, Katharina Mückstein, Ruth Paxton, Bruce Goodison, Karen Lury, Oliver Eve, Claire JC Stewart, Mona Keeling, Mike Tait, Martin Collins, Rita Nimmo, Alison Logan and all at Glasgow City Council Education Services, Robert Florence, Stuart Crawford, Ania Urbanowska, and Inuit.

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Extra-special previews to book-end your Festival experience!

Opening Gala: We Are the Best! Monday 3 February (18.15), GFT Thirteen-year-old anarchists Bobo and Klara decide to form their own punk band and do battle with the more straightlaced teenagers at their school. A tribute to non-conformists everywhere and the power of music to change lives. Directed by versatile Swedish filmmaker Lukas Moodysson (Show Me Love, Lilya 4-Ever). Director Lukas Moodysson / Sweden 2013 / 1h42m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Closing Gala: I Feel Like Disco Wednesday 12 February (18.00), GFT Florian is an average German teenager with an obsession with famous crooner Christian Steiffen and a bedroom full of disco balls. He develops a crush on his father’s diving student, Radu, who isn’t best pleased about being labelled gay. The UK premiere of rising star Axel Ranisch’s first feature film.

Followed by our end of Festival Band Night at Scottish Youth Theatre in Merchant City (see page 11). Director Axel Ranisch / Germany 2013 / 1h38m / subtitles / N/C 12+

Family Gala: Mr Peabody and Sherman 3D Sunday 2 February (15.30), GFT Mr Peabody is a talking dog and the smartest being in the world. Using an ingenious invention, he travels back in time with his ‘pet’ boy, Sherman, experiencing world-changing historical events first hand. However, disaster strikes and the intrepid pair must act quickly to avoid destroying the space-time continuum. Preceded by short film The News + Weather (13 mins), devised by children in Glasgow and Falkirk and produced by Starcatchers and Toad’s Caravan. Director Rob Minkoff / USA 2014 / Time TBC / N/C 5+

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Teenage Tuesday 4 February (18.30), GFT Matt Wolf’s absorbing film documents the historical creation of the teenager over the course of the twentieth century. Archive footage, diary entries, and an electronic score by Bradford Cox (Deerhunter) merge to recreate adolescence in an immersive and provocative experience. Director Matt Wolf / USA 2013 / 1h18m / N/C 12+

Stand Clear of the Closing Doors Wednesday 5 February (17.50), GFT A unique insight into the life of a young person living with autism: thirteen-year-old Ricky disappears and rides New York’s subway system for days on end whilst his parents and sister struggle to bring him home. Introduced by Charlene Tait from Scottish Autism, who will also take part in a discussion on Autism Spectrum Disorder after the screening. Director Sam Fleischner / USA 2013 / 1h42m / N/C 12+

Talea Thursday 6 February (18.30), GFT Jasmin is desperate to hang out with her mother, Eva, who has recently been released from prison. The pair bond until Eva’s romantic interest in a man disrupts their growing closeness. Director Katharina Mückstein and Scotland on Sunday’s chief film writer, Siobhan Synnot, will join us after the screening for a discussion on female viewpoints in cinema. Director Katharina Mückstein / Austria 2013 / 1h15m / subtitles / N/C 12+

It Felt Like Love Thursday 6 February (20.45), GFT Lila is jealous of her friend Chiara’s string of boyfriends and develops an obsession with older teen, Sammy, whose dope-smoking friends mistreat her. A wholly fresh interpretation of teenage passions, named by Indiewire one of the ten greatest films about female sexuality by a female director, It Felt Like Love charts adolescent awakening in a gritty Brooklyn setting. Director Eliza Hittman / USA 2013 / 1h22m / N/C 15+

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Fame High Friday 7 February (20.30) GFT A clear-eyed combination of coming-of-age story and documentarymusical, Fame High follows the lives of four students from the prestigious Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. The youngsters experience drama, heartbreak, and triumph, as they attempt to deal with the pressures of entering a cut-throat profession. Director Scott Hamilton Kennedy / USA 2012 / 1h41m / N/C 12+

Beetlejuice Friday 7 February (23.00) GFT Recently deceased Barbara and Adam Maitland (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) haunt their old home in an attempt to scare away its new tenants. Getting desperate, the dead couple employ miscreant Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton), a freelance ‘bio-exorcist’, to help them out. We will be giving out a prize for the best Beetlejuice-themed costume! Director Tim Burton / USA 1988 / 1h32m / 15

Project Ability: Young Talent on Screen Saturday 8 February (12.00), GFT Project Ability presents the opening event of its 2014 Young Talent on Screen Film Festival. Programmed and produced by young people with disabilities, the festival will showcase a range of exciting new work. For further information and the full festival programme, please see the Project Ability Young Talent on Screen brochure. Tickets are free and will be available from box office on the day of the event. Limited to two per person. Directors Various / 1h30m / N/C 5+

A Story of Children and Film Saturday 8 February (13.15), GFT A rich and personal cine-essay which explores the role of children in film and highlights favourite images of childhood in movies from around the world. You might not have seen a lot of these films but smart editing and Cousins’ passion for cinema will leave you spellbound and desperate to watch more. Leading expert on children in cinema, Professor Karen Lury, will join us for a post-screening discussion. Director Mark Cousins / UK 2013 / 1h41m / N/C 12+

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cfijp GYFF Shorts: Growing Pains Saturday 8 February (14.00) GFT A teenager’s life as seen entirely through his computer screen, traumatic lunchtime scenes at an eating disorder clinic, and a serious case of quiff envy. GYFF presents original short films depicting teen lives in a programme inspired by Matt Wolf’s documentary Teenage (see page 5). Filmmaker Ruth Paxton, director of successful shorts Paris/Sexy and Nevada, will take part in a post-screening discussion on telling coming-of-age stories in film. Directors Various / 1h30m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Playground Chronicles Saturday 8 February (16.00), GFT It’s 1980 in a Parisian suburb. Ten-year-old Brahim passes the summer with his passion for photography, an innocent crush, and a troubled best friend whose family are political refugees from Chile. First-time director Brahim Fritah draws on personal family memories to create a charming and socially-relevant film about a Moroccan family in France. Director Brahim Fritah / France 2012 / 1h25m / subtitles / N/C 8+

Leave to Remain Saturday 8 February (18.00) GFT An emotional journey based on real-life accounts by teenage asylum seekers who come to the UK to escape horrific circumstances in their home countries. Featuring Toby Jones (Berberian Sound Studio) as a benevolent youth worker and a soundtrack by Mercury Prize-winning Alt-J. We are delighted that director Bruce Goodison and the film’s young cast will join us after the screening for a Q&A. Director Bruce Goodison / UK 2013 / 1h29m / N/C 15+

The Dirties Saturday 8 February (20.45), GFT Two film geeks are picked on by a group of school bullies they call ‘The Dirties’ and decide to make a Tarantino-esque movie about taking revenge on their tormentors. However, one of them starts to think of it as more than just a joke. The UK premiere of a film Kevin Smith (Clerks, Dogma) has called ‘the most important movie you will see all year.’ Director Matt Johnson / Canada 2013 / 1h20m / N/C 15+

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GMAC Film Academy: Reimagining Gregory’s Girl Sunday 9 February (13.00), GFT An exploration of mise-en-scène through diverse reimaginings of Bill Forsyth’s classic, Gregory’s Girl, by talented young filmmakers. Participants in GMAC’s BFI Film Academy will screen their reinterpretations of a scene from the cult Scottish film, and discuss the motivation behind their approaches. Tickets are free and will be available from box office on the day of the event. Limited to two per person. Directors Various / UK 2013 / 1h30m / N/C 12+

Blue Exorcist the Movie Sunday 9 February (13.15), GFT The UK premiere of the first standalone film based on hit manga, Blue Exorcist. True Cross Academy is preparing for a festival when mysterious demon Usamaro appears. Twin brothers Rin and Yukio are sent to the scene to help out. Things start to go wrong and they meet someone who threatens to destroy everything they thought they knew. Directors Atsushi Takahashi / Japan 2013 / 1h28m / subtitles / N/C 12+

The White Balloon Sunday 9 February (14.45), GFT Featured in documentary A Story of Children and Film (see page 6), Jafar Panahi’s (The Circle, This Is Not a Film) poetic representation of childhood follows seven-year-old Razieh, who covets a goldfish whilst on a shopping trip with her mother. Eventually obtaining the money she needs to purchase the fish, Razieh loses it and must enlist the help of an assortment of passers-by to retrieve it again. Director Jafar Panahi / Iran 1995 / 1h25m / subtitles / U

The Wind Rises Sunday 9 February (15.45), GFT Director Hayao Miyazaki’s last film before retirement, The Wind Rises, based on his manga of the same name, is the fictionalised biography of Jiro Horikoshi, a designer of fighter aircraft used by the Empire of Japan in the Second World War. Gorgeously animated, Miyazaki trades one last time in fantastical and dreamy drama with beautiful period detail. Director Hayao Miyazaki / Japan 2013 / 2h6m / subtitles / N/C 12+

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Mystery Anime Film & Cosplay Red Carpet Parade Sunday 9 February (19.00), GFT Thanks to Scotland Loves Anime, we have a great UK premiere lined up for you. Look out for clues on our Twitter and Facebook leading up to the screening and see if you can guess what's coming! Everyone is invited to get dolled up in their most imaginative outfits and a special guest will hand out prizes for the best-dressed cosplayers before the film. 2h / N/C 12+

Felix Monday 10 February (15.30), GFT Thirteen-year-old Felix dreams of becoming a saxophonist like his late father but his mother does not approve. Described as ‘Billy Elliot with a sax,’ this is a timeless and entertaining tale of young talent and the pursuit of dreams. The screening will be preceded by a short saxophone performance by young Scottish musician, Oliver Eve. Director Roberta Durrant / South Africa 2013 / 1h37m / N/C 8+

They Will Return Monday 10 February (18.00), GFT Twelve-year-old Cris and her brother Peu are ejected from their parents’ car after bickering excessively during a long journey. The punishment quickly escalates into an ordeal as the two are left to fend for themselves in the Brazilian countryside. Cris encounters a range of people and experiences which change her life forever. Director Marcelo Lordello / Brazil 2012 / 1h40m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Concrete Night Monday 10 February (20.30), GFT A mesmerising film set deep within a concrete jungle of flats in Helsinki, where fourteen-year-old Simo is spending one last night with his jailbound brother, Ilkka. This moving story, magically shot in black and white, deals with the troubling themes of existential angst and repression. Director Pirjo Honkasalo / Finland 2013 / 1h36m / subtitles / N/C 15+

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Aya of Yop City Tuesday 11 February (18.00), GFT Captivating adaptation of a popular Ivory Coast-set comic book, featuring nineteen-year-old Aya, a sensible and studious young woman, and her carefree friends Bintou and Adjoua. The perfect combination of witty storytelling and stylish artwork. Illustrator Claire JC Stewart will join us after the screening for a discussion on comic book adaptations. Directors Marguerite Abouet, Clément Oubrerie / France/Ivory Coast 2013 / 1h24m / subtitles / N/C 12+

The Rocket Tuesday 11 February (20.30), GFT An endearing tale set in Laos about young Ahlo, who is believed to bring bad luck to his tribe. After his family are forced to leave their home by a duplicitous energy company, Ahlo leads them from town to town before deciding to enter a prestigious rocket building competition in the hope of saving his loved ones from destitution. All tickets for this screening are £5, or £4.50 with a Youth Loyalty Card. Director Kim Mordaunt / Australia 2013 / 1h36m / subtitles / 12A

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GYFF 2014 is more than just films! Join us for our special Festival events.

My Mad Fat Diary: Cast & Crew Masterclass Friday 7 February (18.15), GFT My Mad Fat Diary follows Rae (BAFTA ‘Breakthrough Brit’ Sharon Rooney), a music-mad sixteen-year-old with body image problems. Debuting on E4 in 2013, the show has attracted over a million viewers, with a second series due to launch in 2014. Members of the cast and crew will join us to share the secrets of My Mad Fat Diary’s success. Tickets are free and will be available from box office on the day of the event. Limited to two per person. UK 2013 / 1h30m / N/C 15+

Game Jam Monday 10 February (18.00 – 21.00), Geek Retreat, Union Street Come along and play the best games from Caledonian University’s 2014 Scottish Game Jam. Every year, talented young developers make a whole game in just 48 hours. Some of these go on to be released, including last year’s winner and iPhone hit, Lub vs Dub. This is your chance to playtest a few of the best and meet their creators. This is a free drop-in event. You can reserve a table for the event by contacting Geek Retreat on 0141 611 8229 Open to 12+ year olds

Closing Band Night Wednesday 12 February (20.00 – 23.00), Scottish Youth Theatre, Brunswick Street Celebrate the closing night of GYFF with a showcase of up-and-coming Scottish bands and artists. Headlining is Inuit, who use atmospherics and dynamics to create music verging from lush soundscapes to huge walls of noise. They will be joined by filmmaker Ania Urbanowska, who will add her minimalist, surreal visuals to produce a spectacular collaborative performance. With support from Fiesta Minor, Lylo, and more. Ticket price: £3/free with a ticket from any GYFF screening. Refreshments included in ticket price (please note this is an alcohol-free event). Tickets will only be available on the door. Open to 12+ year olds

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Comedy Writing Masterclass with Robert Florence Wednesday 5 February (18.00-20.00), The Albany Centre Learn how to write great comedy scripts with comedian and writer Robert Florence. Robert writes for and stars in BBC Scotland’s comedy sketch show Burnistoun, produced by The Comedy Unit. He was a core writer for Chewin’ the Fat and wrote the sitcom series Legit and Empty. He has also performed on Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights for Channel 4. Get advice on how to turn your ideas into winning material and break into the world of comedy writing from an expert at the top of his game. Cost: £5 per participant. Limited spaces available. To register your interest in this event, please email gyff@glasgowfilm.org for a short application form. Deadline Monday 3 February. Open to 16–25-year-olds only.

Movie Poster Design Workshop Saturday 8 February (13.00-16.00), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Hosted by Jen Davies, who looks after marketing and design for international film distributor Park Circus, this is both a practical and theoretical workshop looking at everything involved in designing movie posters. You’ll learn what makes a great poster, how posters fit into the film marketing mix, how to come up with ideas, selecting typography, and the nuts and bolts of putting posters together. Please note – this workshop is aimed at aspiring designers but does not involve computers or use of any creative software. Cost: £5 per participant. Limited spaces available. To register your interest in this event, please email gyff@glasgowfilm.org for a short application form. Deadline Monday 3 February.

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Media Trust presents: Documentary Skills with David Street Sunday 9 February (12.00-16.00), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland David Street spent his early career working on shows such as Coronation Street and World in Action. Back then, equipment was so cumbersome and expensive that only a lucky few could use it. With the arrival of inexpensive HD cameras and easy-to-use editing software, filmmaking is more accessible than ever. David will teach you the necessary steps of becoming a modern filmmaker, from camerawork to sound to final edit. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to learn from an expert. Cost: £5 per participant. Limited spaces available. To register your interest in this event, please email gyff@glasgowfilm.org for a short application form. Deadline Monday 3 February. Open to 16–25-year-olds only.

Pop-Up! Festival Panel Sunday 9 February (16.30-19.00), GMAC Want to put on your own film events outside of a cinema space? Film and arts festivals all over the world are increasingly using more diverse venues, from shop fronts to pedal-powered screenings, community venues to film tents at music festivals, often transforming towns and cities into one big cinema screen. To hear more about how festivals stage film premieres, site-specific installations, and live events, come along to hear a panel of experts reveal how to go about setting up projectors in interesting spaces. After the event, there will be an opportunity to meet with the panel and discuss your ideas. Free to attend. To book a place, please email gyff@glasgowfilm.org. Deadline Monday 3 February.

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How to Get Started in TV Tuesday 11 February (16.00-18.00), The Albany Centre Do you want to work in television but have no idea where to start? We’ve put together an impressive panel of industry experts to share their collective knowledge. They’ll discuss how they got their break and what they’re looking for in new talent, with plenty of opportunity to pitch your questions. Speakers include producer/director Laura Harding (Come Dine with Me, Location, Location, Location), BAFTA award-winner Murdoch Rogers (Panorama, Sins of Our Fathers), director/producer and founding member of media co-op, Lucinda Broadbent, and Nicole Kleeman, Executive Producer of Glasgow-based company, Firecrest Films. Free to attend. Limited spaces available. To reserve a place, please email gyff@glasgowfilm.org. Open to 16–25-year-olds only.

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POP-UP! PROGRAMMERS We are Pop-Up! Programmers, a diverse group of 18 to 24-year-olds who create exciting film events and make cinema accessible in community spaces. This February we have four FREE unique film events ‘popping up’ across Glasgow and Ayr in places you would not expect to see films... Look out for: Nostalgic TV classic The Steamie in Bridgeton; controversial Glaswegian TV play, Just Another Saturday, and wine-swirling road trip, Sideways, in the Southside; tantalising romance In the Mood for Love in Cowcaddens; pie-walloping kids favourite, Bugsy Malone, 80s extravaganza The Blues Brothers and off-beat hit Hedwig and the Angry Inch in Ayr. For more details on our screenings taking place during Glasgow Film Festival and our past events go to www.glasgowfilm.org/popup

COVER DESIGN BY AIDAN O’ROURKE, MARK LENNON AND JONATHAN LENNON This year, the cover design for the GYFF brochure was created by Aidan O’Rourke, Mark Lennon and Jonathan Lennon. All three designers are currently students of the Visual Arts Studio based in Tramway and are applying to the Communication Design course at Glasgow School of Art. The fantastic work they have done with GYFF is hopefully a starting point for a successful career in Graphic Design. The GYFF Youth Team selected the design following a fierce competition involving other submissions from Tramway Visual Arts Studio students.

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For details of each venue’s disabled access go to www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/access. For trailers, links and further details about all our films and events, go to www.glasgowfilm.org/gyff or www.facebook.com/glasgowyouth.

SUNDAY 2 FEBRUARY Mr Peabody and Sherman 3D (N/C 5+) p4

15.30

VENUE 1

MONDAY 3 FEBRUARY We Are the Best! (N/C 15+) p4

18.15

VENUE 1

TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY Teenage (N/C 12+) p5

18.30

VENUE 1

WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY Stand Clear of the Closing Doors (N/C 12+) p5

17.50

VENUE 1

MONDAY 10 FEBRUARY Felix (N/C 8+) p9

15.30

VENUE 1

Game Jam p11

18.00

VENUE 5

They Will Return (N/C 15+) p9

18.00

VENUE 1

Concrete Night (N/C 15+) p9

20.30

VENUE 1

TUESDAY 11 FEBRUARY Zombie Make-up Workshop p14

10.30

VENUE 6

ParaNorman (PG) p10

13.00

VENUE 6

How to Get Started in TV p14

16.00

VENUE 2

Aya of Yop City (N/C 12+) p10

18.00

VENUE 1

The Rocket (12A) p10

20.30

VENUE 1

Comedy Writing Masterclass with Robert Florence p12

18.00

VENUE 2

THURSDAY 6 FEBRUARY Talea (N/C 12+) p5

18.30

VENUE 1

WEDNESDAY 12 FEBRUARY I Feel Like Disco (N/C 12+) p4

18.00

VENUE 1

It Felt Like Love (N/C 15+) p5

20.45

VENUE 1

Closing Band Night p11

20.00

VENUE 7

FRIDAY 7 FEBRUARY My Mad Fat Diary: Cast & Crew Masterclass (N/C 15+) p11

18.15

VENUE 1

Fame High (N/C 12+) p6

20.30

VENUE 1

Beetlejuice (15) p6

23.00

VENUE 1

SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY Project Ability: Young Talent on Screen (N/C 5+) p6

12.00

VENUE 1

Movie Poster Design Workshop p12

13.00

VENUE 3

A Story of Children and Film (N/C 12+) p6

13.15

VENUE 1

GYFF Shorts: Growing Pains (N/C 15+) p7

14.00

VENUE 1

Playground Chronicles (N/C 8+) p7

16.00

VENUE 1

Leave to Remain (N/C 15+) p7

18.00

VENUE 1

The Dirties (N/C 15+) p7

20.45

VENUE 1

SUNDAY 9 FEBRUARY Documentary Skills with David Street p13

12.00

VENUE 3

GMAC Film Academy: Reimagining Gregory’s Girl (N/C 12+) p8

13.00

VENUE 1

Blue Exorcist the Movie (N/C 12+) p8 13.15

VENUE 1

The White Balloon (U) p8

14.45

VENUE 1

The Wind Rises (N/C 12+) p8

15.45

VENUE 1

Pop-Up! Festival Panel p13

16.30

VENUE 4

Mystery Anime Film & Cosplay Parade (N/C 12+) p9

19.00 VENUE 1

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VENUE 1 Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB Tel: 0141 332 6535 www.glasgowfilm.org/theatre VENUE 2 The Albany Learning & Conference Centre 44 Ashley Street, G3 6DS Tel: 0141 332 2444 www.gcvs.org.uk VENUE 3 Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) 100 Renfrew Street, G2 3DB Tel: 0141 332 4101 www.rcs.ac.uk VENUE 4 Glasgow Media Access Centre (GMAC) 103 Trongate (5th Floor), G1 5HD Tel: 0141 553 5400 www.g-mac.co.uk VENUE 5 Geek Retreat 63 Union Street, G1 5HD Tel: 0141 611 8229 www.geek-retreat.com VENUE 6 Platform The Bridge, 1000 Westerhouse Road, G34 9JW Tel: 0141 276 9696 www.platform-online.co.uk VENUE 7 Scottish Youth Theatre 105 Brunswick Street, G1 1TF Tel: 0141 552 3988 www.scottishyouththeatre.org

Glasgow Youth Film Festival is an operating name of Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT). A company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland No SC097369 with its registered office at 12 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RB. GFT is registered as a charity (No SCO05932) with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator.


Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2014 brochure