Page 1

GLASGOW YOUTH FILM FESTIVAL 6 - 16 February 2011


contents

Mates Rates:

Galas

4

Films

5 - 10

Special Events

10 - 11

Workshops

One Minute Movie Competition Diary

12 - 15 15

back cover

TICKETS Under-18s:

£4 for all standard price GYFF films and events for under-18s with proof of age. No further discount, but see ticket deals...

Standard price tickets:

£7.50 full price/£6 for all adult concessions

ARE YOU A CINECARD OR AN UNLIMITED CARD HOLDER?

To reward the loyalty of GFT CineCard and Cineworld Unlimited Card holders, we’re offering £1 off our standard full price and adult concession tickets. Tickets must be purchased in advance from GFT Box Office or online.

SPECIAL EVENTS AND PERFORMANCES

Please note that some special events, workshops and screenings fall outside the standard ticket cost. See individual listings for details.

FREE EVENTS AND SCREENINGS

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! Free workshops need advance booking.

TICKET DEALS Film Fan Deal:


Under-18 and love movies? 
 Come to three different standard price GYFF films or events for just £9. All tickets must be purchased in one transaction at GFT Box Office. No further discount applies. For under18s with proof of age.

Under-18 and coming to see any standard price GYFF film or event in a group? Buy four tickets to the same film and get a fifth free. That’s just £3.20 a ticket! Tickets must be purchased in one transaction at GFT Box Office. No further discount applies. For under-18s with proof of age.

Family Tickets


There are special GYFF deals for families for screenings of Make Believe, Eleanor’s Secret and The Ugly Duckling.

3 tickets for £15 or 4 tickets for £20 Because we know families come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, it doesn’t matter how many of the tickets are full price or concession rate. All tickets must be purchased in one transaction, either online or at GFT Box Office. No further discount applies.

HOW TO BUY

In person & over the phone

You can purchase tickets for most events from GFT Box Office during opening hours (daily, 12.00 - 8.00).

Online

Most tickets can be purchased from the website www.glasgowfilm.org/festival. Tickets for GFT events can be purchased online up until 1 hour before the performance. Tickets for most events at other venues can be purchased online until 9pm the day before.

Collection

You can collect your advance tickets from GFT Box Office up until 9pm 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 produce proof of eligibility when purchasing or collecting tickets. Under-18s who are lucky enough to look older, please bring valid proof of age or your Young Scot card.

Certification

Films not certified by the BBFC are marked N/C and accompanied by an age recommendation e.g. N/C 15 + (suitable for ages 15 and older, no-one under 15 will be admitted). Venues and box office details - see back cover.


WELCOME TO GYFF11! Muvizu Presents: Glasgow Youth Film Festival

GYFF is Europe’s most innovative youth film festival, run entirely by the GYFF Youth Team. We select all the films and guests plus we get to host audience discussions, introduce screenings and organise events. For the past three years we have been providing young people in Glasgow with the opportunity to experience world cinema, make movies and meet special industry guests. This year’s GYFF will be packed with loads of international films including our hilarious opening film Paul, starring Simon Pegg, and West is West, the sequel to hit British comedy East is East. We also have a wide variety of workshops ranging from breakdancing, script writing and TV production, to making a film in a day. As part of our famous One Minute Movie Competition, we’re giving away special prizes (like a laptop) and showcasing the best entries at The Arches. Tickets are on sale now and will go fast, so to book please visit: www.glasgowfilm.org/festival. You can also give us your feedback online and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/glasgowyouth) and Twitter (@glasgowyouth), we’d love to hear your comments. Go get your film fix! Hope to see you at the festival!

GYFF Youth Team Thank you to Glasgow City Council, Muvizu, The Robertson Trust, Creative Scotland, Europa Cinemas, The Big Arts Give, GFT, Platform, The Arches, Cineworld, Castlemilk Youth Complex, GMAC, Apple Store Buchanan Street, Media Trust, BAFTA in Scotland, First Light, UK Film Council, Film Nation: Shorts. Panasonic, BBFC, Scottish Opera, Scotland Loves Animation, Goethe Institut, Chew TV, Regional Screen Scotland, BBC Scotland, Glasgow Theatres Ltd, New Adventures, Re: Bourne, West Dunbartonshire Council, Foundlight Productions, Project Ability, Spirit Aid, Ten O Nine Media, Raise the Roof Productions, Young Scot, Y Dance, Andrew Partridge, James Farrell, Karen O’Hare, Jonathan Clements, John McShane, Jerry Branigan, Emily Fussell, Hassan and Lial Akkouch

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

3


GALAS

Extra-special screenings to book-end your festival.

Opening Gala: Paul

Thursday 10 February (20.30), GFT Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz) are two comic book obsessives who pick up a runaway alien called Paul (Seth Rogan). Chased by the government across the USA, the two nerds must help Paul return to his mother ship. A hilarious tribute to sci-fi geeks across the galaxy. We hope to welcome members of the cast and crew to the screening! Director Greg Mottola / UK/France 2011 / check website for running time / CTBC

Closing Gala: West is West Wednesday 16 February (20.30), GFT

The long-awaited sequel! A few years after the events seen in the award-winning East is East, the now reduced Khan family continues its generational struggle. We hope that the cast and crew will join us for this special gala preview.

‘East is East is one of my favourite films, so I can’t wait to see the follow up!’ Cassie Director Andy DeEmmony / UK 2010 / 1h43m / 15

Special preview: Yogi Bear 3D

Sunday 6 February (14.00), Cineworld Renfrew Street Jellystone Park’s most famous troublemaker Yogi Bear returns with his pal Boo Boo. Family fun in 3D featuring the voices of Justin Timberlake and Dan Aykroyd. Director Eric Brevig / USA 2011 / check website for running time / CTBC Tickets cost £7.50/£6 and does not include price of 3D glasses. Tickets on sale at GFT Box Office and Cineworld.

4glasgow youth film festival 2011


films

The Book of Masters Friday 11 February (13.00), GFT

A quirky take on fairytale legends, this Disney adventure reminds us of great adventure films like The Princess Bride and Stardust.

‘I love the storyline as it’s thrilling and quirky. The ultimate fairytale!’ Laura Director Vadim Sokolovsky / Russia 2009 / 1h42m / subtitles / N/C 8+ All tickets £4

Animations for Families Friday 11 February (15.30), GFT

A special programme of animated films for young audiences! Includes stories about a family obsessed with texting and the love between a walrus and a lobster. Director Various / Various countries / 1h15m / some subtitles / N/C 8+ All tickets £4

Abel

Friday 11 February (18.15), GFT After his father leaves, Abel decides to take charge but his brother and sister aren’t impressed. Director Diego Luna / Mexico/USA 2010 / 1h25m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Boy

Friday 11 February (20.30), GFT Wednesday 16 February (16.15), GFT Written and directed by the team behind Flight of the Conchords, Boy is a brilliant and wry comedy about moonwalking and a pet goat.

‘I love Boy because it’s equally as funny as it is heart-warming – the perfect feel-good film.’ Kirstin Director Taika Waititi / New Zealand 2010 / 1h37m / N/C 15 +

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

5


Mean Girls

Friday 11 February (23.00) GFT The endlessly quotable Mean Girls remains one of the best portrayals of teenage life ever and is our late night classic.

‘Very smart and funny, with a lot of great lines. Love it.’ Niamh Director Mark Waters / USA 2004 / 1h37m / 12 £7/£5 (£4 for under-18s)

Neukölln Unlimited

Saturday 12 February (13.00), Platform Amazing documentary about hip hop dancers with a live performance by YDance. See page 13 for details on a dance workshop with Hassan, the star of the film. Director Agostino Imondi, Dietmar Ratsch / Germany 2010 / 1h36m / subtitles / N/C 12+ £4, tickets only available at Platform

Make Believe

Saturday 12 February (14.00) GFT Wednesday 16 February (14.00) GFT The world’s best young magicians attempt to win the title of Teen World Champion in Las Vegas. A superb documentary about street magic, card tricks and being an outsider. Director J. Clay Tweel / USA/Japan/South Africa 2010 / 1h28m / N/C 8 +

Soul Boy

Saturday 12 February (16.30) GFT A teenage boy must save his father who’s been cursed by an evil witch in this clever and innovative film. Followed by a workshop with actor and producer David Hayman on how to get involved in Spirit Aid’s charity work in Africa.

‘I really like Soul Boy’s combination of African folklore with modern themes.’ Cassie Director Hawa Essuman / Kenya/Germany 2010 / 1h / subtitles / N/C 12+

6glasgow youth film festival 2011


The Be All and End All Saturday 12 February (18.00), GFT

Robbie is sick and has only one thing on his mind: he doesn’t want to die a virgin! His best friend Ziggy vows to help him before it’s too late. The cast will join us for a discussion afterwards.

‘I loved it – a bittersweet comedy of friendship with a modern twist!’ Rebecca Director Bruce Webb / UK 2009 / 1h40m / 15

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec Saturday 12 February (20.30), GFT

Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Leon) returns with a dazzling new film, reminiscent of The Mummy and Indiana Jones, about a fearless detective hunting a dinosaur lost in Paris. Director Luc Besson / France 2010 / 1h47m / subtitles / N/C 12+

The Ugly Duckling

Sunday 13 February (12.00), GFT The classic tale told in a unique way using glorious stop-animation. Film preceded by a fantastic, interactive singing workshop with Scottish Opera!

‘Takes an old story and gives it a vibrant new twist; beautifully animated.’ Iain Director Garry Bardin / Russia 2010/ 1h15m / subtitles / N/C 5+

Eleanor’s Secret

Sunday 13 February (14.30), GFT A beautiful hand-drawn animation that will appeal to lovers of Coraline and Disney. Director Dominique Monfery / France/Italy 2009 / 1h13m / N/C 8+

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

7


The Disappearance Of Haruhi Suzumiya Sunday 13 February (14.15), GFT

An epic anime about a teenager who must travel through time to find a lost friend. With special introduction by anime expert Jonathan Clements.

‘Haruhi is awesome – a bit bizarre but totally rocks!’ Laura Director Tatsuya Ishihara and Yasuhiro Takemoto / Japan 2010/ 2h 43m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sweet Dreams, Young Lovers

Sunday 13 February (18.00), GFT

UK premiere of the hit anime about star-crossed lovers, caught up in an intergalactic battle. With audience discussion afterwards with anime expert Jonathan Clements. See page 14 for an anime writing workshop with Jonathan. Director Tomoki Kyôda / Japan 2009 / 1h55m / subtitles / N/C 15+

King of Thorn

Sunday 13 February (20.45), GFT A group of strangers wake up in an ancient Scottish castle to discover that the planet has been overrun by monsters.

‘Brilliant – a sci-fi thriller which mixes the survival horror of Resident Evil with the drama of Lost.’ Jordan Director Kazuyoshi Katayama / Japan 2010/ 1h50m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Music Video Showcase Monday 14 February (13.00), GFT

The best animated music videos of the past twelve months showcased on the big screen. Director Various / Various countries / 1h20m / N/C 12+

8glasgow youth film festival 2011


Days of Harvest

Monday 14 February (19.00) GFT Perfect Valentine’s Day drama about a country boy and the cool city girl who comes to visit.

‘A beautiful film which explores country life in Italy as a teenager.’ Niamh Director Marco Righi / Italy 2010 / 1h15m / subtitles

Heartbeats

Monday 14 February (20.30) GFT Two best friends fall in love with the same gorgeous boy but only one can be the winner.

‘Great characters, witty script and brilliant soundtrack – a very cool film for Valentine’s Day!’ Rebecca Director Xavier Dolan / Canada/France 2010 / 1h35m / subtitles / N/C 15+

Lord of the Flies

Tuesday 15 February (12.45), GFT The famous, chilling adaptation of the classic novel about schoolboys stranded on a remote island. See page 11 for Beastie, a new film inspired by the book. Director Peter Brook / UK 1963 / 1h32m / PG All tickets £4

Dancing Dreams

Tuesday 15 February (18.45), GFT A group of teenagers is chosen to perform in a famous yet challenging dance performance.

‘An insightful and inspiring glimpse into what it takes to be a dancer.’ Kirstin Director Rainer Hoffmann and Anne Linsel / Germany 2010 / 1h32m / subtitles / N/C 12+

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

9


Son of Babylon

Tuesday 15 February (20.30), GFT Award-winning film about a young boy who must journey across Iraq to find out what happened to his missing father. We hope the director will join us for the screening. Director Mohamed Al-Daradji / Iraq/UK/France 2009 / 1h40m / subtitles / CTBC

Wasted on the Young

Wednesday 16 February (18.15) GFT

After a high school party goes dangerously wrong, one student discovers revenge is only a computer click away. UK premiere. Director Ben C Lucas / Australia 2010 / 1h37m / N/C 15+

SPECIAL EVENTS

GYFF is more than just films. Join us for special discussions and presentations by film industry professionals, young filmmakers and musicians.

BBFC Film and Games Classification Masterclass Saturday 12 February (14.45), GFT

Ever wonder what’s an acceptable level of violence for a game like Grand Theft Auto 4 or a film like The Dark Knight? Find out at this special event.

‘You’ll be amazed at some of the criteria for 15 or 18 ratings.’ Kirstin 1h30m / N/c 15+

Subzero: Silent Disco

Saturday 12 February (19.00), Castlemilk Youth Complex Try out the latest musical craze in a silent disco with special visuals and DJs. See page 13 for details on how you could become a VJ for the night! Tickets cost £5 and can be bought at the door on the night. 12-17-year-olds only / 3h

10glasgow youth film festival 2011


Beastie

Tuesday 15 February (17.30), GFT A thrilling short film inspired by Lord of the Flies. We will be joined by filmmakers for a special discussion after the screening. See page 13 for details on a free workshop with the team behind Beastie. Beastie is part of an Inspiring Communities project supported through Creative Scotland by National Lottery Funds. Free but ticketed event, tickets available on the day from GFT Box Office. N/C 12+ / 1h

Focus Left: Youth Edition

Tuesday 15 February (16.00) N/C 14+, The Arches The best short films made by young people will screen alongside the winners of our One Minute Movie Competition (see p15 for entry details)! Are you aged 14-21 and have a short film you’d like to show?  Email youth@glasgowfilm.org to find out how to enter. Tickets cost £4 and can be bought from The Arches box office or at the door on the night. Includes entry to Rock It! at 18.00. N/C 14+ / 2h

Rock It! Music Showcase Tuesday 15 February (18.00), The Arches

The best young bands in Glasgow perform in this exciting musical showcase! Are you aged 14-25 in a band and want to perform? Email lucy@thearches.co.uk for details. 14+ Tickets cost £4 and can be bought from The Arches box office or at the door on the night. Includes entry to Focus Left: Youth Edition at 16.00. 2h

First Light – Script Pitch Wednesday 16 February (16.00), GMAC

Join the First Light writers for a lively script pitch session where you’ll get to watch their ideas acted out with young actors. Learn how scripts are developed into short films. Audience members will be encouraged to give feedback and the best suggestion will win a prize! Supported by the Lottery through the UK Film Council’s First Light initiative. Free event. No tickets, just turn up on the day. 2h

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

11


GYFF WORKSHOPS

All workshop places are limited and must be booked in advance. With the exception of the Breakdance Masterclass and Thinking Like an Anime Writer, all workshops are FREE. To request a place, please visit www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/gyff and complete and send us a booking form.

BBC Comedy Workshop: Developing Comedy Ideas for TV Friday 11 February (10.00 – 14.00), GMAC

Run by the BBC Scotland Comedy department, this special workshop will teach budding sitcom writers how to make it big on TV. Open to 15-18-year-olds.

Film Nation: Make a Film in a Day

Friday 11 February (10.00 – 18.00), Castlemilk Youth Complex Run in partnership with Panasonic, Film Nation: Shorts will introduce young people to filmmaking, support them in developing their talent, and give everyone who enters a chance to have their work screened around the UK. Winning films will be screened in front of the crowds in venues during the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London in 2012. Working with industry professionals through First Light, learn how to make a short film in a day, themed around the Olympic and Paralympic Games. All young people will learn about story, camera, sound, directing, editing and producing a short film. The resulting film will also be screened at Focus Left – Youth Edition on Tuesday 15 February (see page 11 for details) Open to 14-16-year-olds.

12glasgow youth film festival 2011


Beastie – Dance Workshop Friday 11 February (10.00 – 11.30), Platform

A fun and physically challenging dance workshop led by the Theatre Royal’s resident dance artist. Guaranteed to get you moving and thinking creatively before the world premiere of Beastie on Tuesday 15 February. (See page 11 for details). Open to 12 – 18 year olds.

Muvizu Animation Workshop Saturday 12 February (12.00 – 17.00), The Arches

Our sponsors, Muvizu, will be at The Arches to turn you into 3D animation filmmakers. Participants will be shown how to use Muvizu software – it’s free, intuitive and it rocks – and let loose to make their own 90-second shorts on any subject they fancy in HD broadcast quality. The results of participants’ work will be screened at Focus Left – Youth Edition on Tuesday 15 February. (See page 11 for details.) Open to 14-18-year-olds.

Breakdance Masterclass with Hassan Akkouch Saturday 12 February (16.00 – 18.00), Platform

In this exclusive workshop, participants will learn how to breakdance, bust a move and hone their dance skills with Hassan Akkouch, the star of Neukölln Unlimited (see page 6 for film details). Open to 12-18-year-olds. Cost: £8 (includes a ticket to screening of Neukölln Unlimited at 13.00) Tickets only available at Platform box office.

VJ Video Mix Masterclass Saturday 12 February (12.00 – 14.00) Castlemilk Youth Complex

Learn how to mix video footage with music with the acclaimed DJs from Ten O Nine Media! In this special workshop, you will get to try blending all types of moving images with music using special software. Participants will be invited to perform later that night at Subzero: Silent Disco (see page 10). Open to 14-18-year-olds. Hands on workshop; participants should ideally have previous experience of mixing music.

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

13


Thinking Like an Anime Writer with Jonathan Clements Sunday 13 February (10.00 – 13.30), GFT

Experience a fun pitching process to create the outline of a new anime TV show for a fictional corporation. Young writers, designers and animators are all welcome – let’s write a story! And then let’s watch head office screw it up. And then let’s write another story, so we can all keep our jobs. Crazy about Anime? Check out our special Anime screenings on page 8. Open to 15-18-year-olds. Cost: £15. Book in person at GFT box office.

Moviemaking at the Apple Store Monday 14 – Wednesday 16 February, Apple Store Buchanan Street

If you’re aged 8 to 17, join the Glasgow Youth Film Festival at the Apple Store, Buchanan Street for a chance to take your first steps in filmmaking with iMovie. You’ll discover how to create storyboards, get tips on shooting footage and learn the essentials of editing. Open to 8-12-year-olds and 13-17-year-olds. 9.00 – 10.30 (8-12-year-olds) / 11.00 – 12.30 (13-17-year-olds)

Make a Short Film in Two Days

Monday 14 February (10.00 – 19.00) and Tuesday 15 February (10.00 – 14.00), The Arches In this intensive workshop, participants will create a short film over the course of two days. The final film will be screened at at The Arches’ Focus Left – Youth Edition on Tuesday 15 February. (See page 11 for details) Open to 15 – 18 year olds.

TV Production Masterclass with Raise the Roof Productions Monday 14 February (10.00 – 14.00), Castlemilk Youth Complex Tuesday 15 February (10.00 – 14.00), Platform

Join the team responsible for shows like Location, Location, Location for a special behind-the-scenes look at how TV programmes are made. An excellent and insightful opportunity for aspiring presenters and producers. Open to 15-18-year-olds.

14glasgow youth film festival 2011


How to Write a Film Script Monday 14 February 10.00 – 14.00, Platform Tuesday 15 February 10.00 – 14.00, GFT

Experienced screenwriters will show you how to develop your script ideas by teaching you the golden rules of character and plot. Participants are welcome to bring work-in-progress scripts or any ideas they have already written. Open to 15-18-year-olds.

Camera Training Workshop

Tuesday 15 February (10.00 – 14.00), Castlemilk Youth Complex Learn how to frame and track shots and light scenes correctly with the aid of experienced cameramen. An illuminating experience on how to make your film look stunning in High Definition! Open to 15-18-year-olds.

one minute movie competition

This year’s theme is all about Best Kept Secrets. Make a 60 second film about something nobody knows about and you could win big prizes! Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2011 is now taking entries for its annual One Minute Movie Competition in association with Chew TV. The competition is open to anyone in Scotland aged 14-19. The most imaginative and creative films will be rewarded with special prizes. Top prize is an Alienware Laptop (worth £800), kindly supplied by Muvizu for Best Individual Film. Completed entries must be uploaded to Chew TV website by Tuesday 1 February 2011 before 6pm. The winners will be announced at Focus Left: Youth Edition at The Arches. (See page 11 for details).

For full details on how to enter, plus terms and conditions, please  visit www.glasgowfilm.org/festival/oneminute

get your film fix! 6 - 16 february 2011 

15


SUNDAY 6 FEBRUARY Yogi Bear 3D (CTBC) p4

TUESDAY 15 FEBRUARY 14.00

4

THURSDAY 10 FEBRUARY Opening Gala: Paul (CTBC) p4

20.30

1

FRIDAY 11 FEBRUARY

Camera Training Workshop p15

10.00

3

TV Production Masterclass p15

10.00

6

How to Write a Film Script p15

10.00

1

Lord Of The Flies (PG) p9

12.45

1

BBC Comedy Workshop p12

10.00

5

Focus Left: Youth Edition (N/C 14+) p11

16.00

1

Film Nation: Make A Film In A Day p12

10.00

3

Beastie (N/C 12+) p11

17.30

1

Beastie – Dance Workshop p13

10.00

6

Rock It! Music Showcase (N/C 14+) p11

18.00

1

The Book of Masters (N/C 8+) p5

13.00

1

Dancing Dreams (N/C 12+) p9

18.45

1

Animations for Families (N/C 8+) p5

15.30

1

Son of Babylon (CTBC) p10

20.30

1

Abel (N/C 15+) p5

18.15

1

WEDNESDAY 16 FEBRUARY

Boy (N/C 15+) p5

20.30

1

Make Believe (N/C 8+) p6

14.00

1

Mean Girls (12) p6

23.00

1

First Light – Film Script Pitch p11

16.00

5

Boy (N/C 15+) p5

16.15

1

SATURDAY 12 FEBRUARY Muvizu Animation Workshop p13

12.00

2

Wasted On The Young (N/C 15+) p10

18.15

1

VJ Video Mix Masterclass p13

12.00

3

Closing Gala: West is West (15) p4

20.30

1

Neukölln Unlimited (N/C 12+) p6

13.00

6

Make Believe (N/C 8+) p6

14.00

1

BBFC Film and Games Classification Masterclass (N/C 15+) p10

14.45

1

Breakdance Masterclass p13

16.00

6

Soul Boy (N/C 12+) p6

16.30

1

The Be All And End All (15) p7

18.00

1

Subzero: Silent Disco p10

19.00

3

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (N/C 12+) p7

20.30

1

Thinking Like An Anime Writer p14

10.00

1

The Ugly Duckling (N/C 5+) p7

12.00

1

The Disappearance Of Haruhi Suzumiya (N/C 15+) p8

14.15

1

Eleanor’s Secret (N/C 8+) p7

14.30

1

Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sweet Dreams, Young Lovers (N/C 15+) p8

18.00

1

King of Thorn (N/C 15+) p8

20.45

1

Moviemaking at Apple Store (8-12yrs) p14

09.00

7

Make a Short Film in 2 days p14

10.00

2

TV Production Masterclass p14

10.00

3

How to Write a Film Script p15

10.00

6

Moviemaking at Apple Store (13-17yrs) p14

11.00

7

Music Video Showcase (N/C 12+) p8

13.00

1

Days of Harvest (N/C 15+) p9

19.00

1

Heartbeats (N/C 15+) p9

20.30

1

SUNDAY 13 FEBRUARY

MONDAY 14 FEBRUARY

VENUES

1 Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB GFT Box Office: 0141 332 6535 2 The Arches 253 Argyle Street, G2 8DL Box Office: 0141 565 1000 3 Castlemilk Youth Complex 39 Ardencraig Road, G45 0EQ Tel: 0141 630 0000 4 Cineworld 7 Renfrew Street, G2 3AB Box Office: 0871 200 2000 5 GMAC 103 Trongate (5th Floor), G1 5HD Tel: 0141 553 2620 6 Platform The Bridge, 1000 Westerhouse Road, G34 9JW Box Office: 0141 276 9696 (opt 1) 7 Apple Store Buchanan Street 147 Buchanan Street, G1 2JX  0141 300 4950

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/festival/gyff

Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2011 brochure  

Glasgow Youth Film Festival 2011 brochure

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you