The ninth Glasgow Youth Festival takes place from 22 to 24 Sep, with a line-up curated by a team of young programmers aged between 15 and 19. GYFF brings some of the best new local and international film to Glasgow screens, including the UK premiere of At Eye Level, a screening of Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017 Audience Award winner Just Charlie, and a pop-up screening of Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom at Mackintosh Queens Cross to close the festival.
GYFF 2017 also features a special preview screening of the excellent new British feature Daphne, followed by a Q&A with the director Peter Mackie Burns. We have a pair of tickets to give away for the Daphne screening and Q&A, taking place at Glasgow Film Theatre on 23 Sep at 8.20pm. For the chance to win the tickets, just answer the question below:
Which Wes Anderson film brings the ninth Glasgow Youth Film Festival to a close?
a) The Grand Budapest Hotel
b) Moonrise Kingdom
c) Fantastic Mr. Fox
Competition closes at 5pm on Wed 20 Sep. Winners will be notified via email within two working days of closing and will be required to respond within 24 hours or the prize will be offered to another entrant. Entry open to UK residents only, and entrants and attendees must be 15 years of age or over. Our Ts&Cs can be found at theskinny.co.uk/about/terms
For full listings for this year's Glasgow Youth Film Festival, visit glasgowfilm.org/gyff