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Highlights on the 6th Glasgow Film Festival, Scotland with style

Glasgow Film Festival 18 - 28 February 2010
Supported by Glasgow: Scotland with style  

The 6th GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL will run from February 18th  - 28th   2010 in venues throughout the city. The festival is the fastest-growing film event in the UK, attracting audiences of almost 30,000 in 2009 when it played host to a bumper crop of European and UK premieres including In The Loop, Last Chance Harvey, Gran Torino and Marley and Me.

A multi-venue, multi-partnership event exhibiting the best of world cinema and moving image works, the festival is now the UK's third largest, last year screening 210 films over 11 days. With a mission to expand and diversify the audience for non-mainstream films and showcase new emerging talent, it is also a leader in promoting Glasgow as a national and international centre for the arts. A microcosm of its home city, this unique festival is innovative, friendly and accessible.

 

The festival is a welcoming event to the general public but it also now rolls out the red carpet to industry figures such as Peter Capaldi and Armando Iannucci. In 2009 the festival welcomed 190 film industry guests - not only to red carpet premieres, after show parties and networking events - but also to [insert number] challenging discussions and participatory workshops.

 

Each year the festival exhibits a retrospective devoted to an iconic film star or director. In 2010 it will celebrate the films of Cary Grant - the epitome of effortless elegance. Various strands will feature, including the Shorts Film Festival, the Youth Film Festival, Frightfest and the Music and Film Festival, co-curated by The Arches, one of Europe's leading arts venues and Glasgow's number one clubbing destination.[s1] 

 

Also in focus each year is a different country - this year the festival will showcase new and acclaimed works from Japan. The Great Scots! exhibition will celebrate homegrown talent while The State of Independents promises the grittiest and wittiest indie offerings from the US. The overall aim is to link local and global audiences to Scottish and international talent, culture and ideas.

 

Glasgow Film Theatre is the hub of the festival. Housed in a beautiful B-listed modernist European building with a post art deco interior, it's situated in the heart of the city centre, a short distance from many of Glasgow's other major tourist attractions. Home of Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera, in recent years a rejuvenated Glasgow has enjoyed the accolades of European City of Culture and UK City of Architecture and Design. In 2008 it was designated a City of Music by UNESCO.

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