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    The Scottish Amateur Film Festival

    The Scottish Amateur Film Festival was held annually in Glasgow from 1933, moving to what was then known as the Cosmo Cinema in 1948.

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    Interview: David Bruce

    Former director of the Scottish Film Council, Edinburgh International Film Festival and former chair of Glasgow Film Theatre, recalls the opening of GFT in 1974.

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    Interview: Brian Ross, Director of No One But Me

    Scottish filmmaker Brian Ross visited the GFT on 17 October 2012 with his film No One But Me, a profile of Glasgow-born jazz legend Annie Ross. We chatted to him about his experiences making the film with Annie.

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    Up There

    The feature debut of writer/director Zam Salim, Up There is a witty, wonderfully lugubrious dark comedy that views life after death in a way never seen before.