Lots of brilliant films are on in Glasgow over the coming days – and here are some of the many choices.

The excellent Glasgow Film Festival is entering its final days, with festivities set to wrap up on March 8th. But if you’re in the area, and on the search for some excellent upcoming movies to watch, then here’s a selection of what’s playing over the last four days of the festival…

ETERNAL BEAUTY

Craig Roberts presents his charming second feature about a woman with schizophrenia finding joy & love played by Sally Hawkins (5 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

DAYS OF THE BAGNOLD SUMMER

Unit Still from the feature film ‘Days of the Bagnold Summer’ by Photographer Rob Baker Ashton

The debut feature from Inbetweeners star Simon Bird. Q&A with Simon Bird, Monica Dolan & Earl Cave (5 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

RADIOACTIVE
Marjane Satrapi’s drama based on the life of Marie Curie with Q&A (6 & 7 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

THE GARDEN LEFT BEHIND
The SXSW audience Award-winner from Flavio Alves about a transgender Mexican woman confronted by a world struggling to accept her (6 & 7 March, Centre of Contemporary Arts)

MEASURE FOR MEASURE
Shakespeare adaptation set in Australia starring Hugo Weaving. Q&A with director Paul Ireland (5 & 6 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

WHITE RIOT
Rubika Shah’s lively and all-too-relevant debut documents the short-lived yet immensely influential grassroots movement Rock Against Racism. (6 & 7 March, Cineworld Renfrew Street)

CALM WITH HORSES
Nick Rowland presents this gripping thriller about a man conflicted by loyalties and trapped by circumstance (7 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

MAKE UP
A coming of age tale that plays with audience expectations. Claire Oakley & Emily Morgan will be giving a Q&A. (7 & 8 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

THE PERFECT CANDIDATE
Saudi Arabia’s breakout female director Haifaa Al-Mansour (Wadjda) continues to make a stand for women’s rights (7 & 8 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)
 
HOW TO BUILD A GIRL
The adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s successful memoir is the closing night gala film. Q&A with Caitlin Moran and Coky Giedroyc (8 March, Glasgow Film Theatre)

Details of the festival, including how to see if tickets are available for the film of your choice, can be found at https://glasgowfilm.org/glasgow-film-festival

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