Kudos! Another brilliant year for Glasgow Film Festival. Building, as ever, on their previous years, 2013 saw Glasgow implode under a hefty programme of over 350 events. The festival stretched its reach across international cinematic boundaries as well as venues in the city, from a western dancehall to an obscure underground subway.
I was invited in again this year to provide coverage on the events from the red carpet to the afterparty mayhem. Here are some of the highlights below!
|Lorenza Izzo and Eli Roth at the UK Premiere of Aftershock|
|Nicolas Lopez works the red carpet for the UK premiere of Aftershock|
|Festival Co-Director Alan Hunter introduces a special screening of Carl Dreyer's The Passion of Joan of Arc at Glasgow Cathedral|
|Gemma Arterton at the Q&A of Neil Jordan's UK Premiere of Byzantium|
|Saoirse Ronan on the red carpet for Neil Jordan's Byzantium|
|Citadel director, Ciaron Foy on the red carpet|
|Jake Wilson, the youngest member of the Q&A panel for Citadel|
|Robert Emms in conversation at the Q&A of Rufus Norris's Broken|
|Actor Emun Elliot and casting agent Kahleen Crawford in conversation as part of a BAFTA event|
|Guests at the afterparty of We Are Northern Lights|
|First Minister Alex Salmond has his comic knowledge challenged by Mark Millar at GEEK night|
|Audience at the Frightfest Friday marthon|
|Festival Co-director Allison Gardner with the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce|