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GLASGOW FILM FESTIVAL SPECIAL EVENTS
The popular festival’s 16th edition features a special events programme that’s out of this world
For the weekend of Fri 28 Feb–Sun 1 Mar, Argyle Street Arches becomes Neo Glasgow, as the Glasgow Film Festival welcomes science-ﬁ ction fanatics to its special events programme. You’ll enter a dystopian future where you must trust no one and ﬁ ght to survive . . . but still enjoy special on-site events, high-tech light installations and interactive pop-up performances. It doesn’t get much more futuristic than Total Recall (Fri 28
If you like a good mystery, the GFF is also holding its traditional Surprise Film screening (Wed 4 Mar), where even the projectionists have no idea what’s going on. If you’d rather know what you’re watching, but don’t mind a little surprise as to where, this year’s secret location screening, presented by The List in partnership with the Glasgow Film Festival, is Final Destination (Thu 5 Mar). They can see death coming, but can they avoid it?
Feb), where the titan of sci-ﬁ , Arnold Schwarzenegger, has a recurring dream about Mars that puts his life at stake. The following evening, it’s time for rebellion alongside Tank Girl (Sat 29 Feb), as the planet begins to run out of water. The younger sci-ﬁ fans are not forgotten either, with a screening of the much- loved Wall-E (Sun 1 Mar), while the grown-ups get busy escaping a zombie infection with Train to Busan (Sun 1 Mar).
Closing the special events programme is the timeless John Hughes classic The Breakfast Club (Sat 7 Mar). Afterwards, pump your ﬁ st high in the air at the class of 1984 school dance, as you reminisce about all the greatest hits of the 80s . . . unless you get detention. (Soﬁ a Matias) ■ Glasgow Film Festival, various venues, Glasgow, Wed 26 Feb–Sun 8 Mar.
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