Magazine article Screen International

Glasgow Film Festival Reveals Nightly Events

Magazine article Screen International

Glasgow Film Festival Reveals Nightly Events

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Live dance with Strictly Ballroom screening and Paul Merton show among first events.

The 11th edition of the Glasgow Film Festival will include comedy and live dance shows and new space-takeovers.

The festival returns to venues Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery for a live dance show and Strictly Ballroom screening, and it will take over the Gothic surroundings of Pollokshaws Burgh Hall, as composer Irene Buckley premieres a new soundtrack to 1928 classic The Fall of the House of Usher on the Hall's original Wurlitzer Cinema Organ.

Paul Merton and award-winning silent film pianist Neil Brand will team up and pay tribute to comedy legend Buster Keaton with a live show and GFF will also host the Scottish premiere of British Sea Power's film/live score project From The Sea To The Land Beyond. …

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