Win tickets to the Glasgow Youth Film Festival Opening Gala

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The List are partnering up with Glasgow Youth Film Festival to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to their opening gala of Anna and the Apocalypse .

One of the most innovative youth film festivals in Europe, Glasgow Youth Film Festival (GYFF) returns from 14 – 16 September 2018, celebrating both its 10th anniversary edition and Scotland’s Year of Young People.

GYFF is delighted to open the 10th edition with the Scottish-based production Anna and the Apocalypse. The gleeful zombie musical mash-up will enjoy a home-town screening at GFT on Fri 14 Sep 2018, followed by a Q&A with some of the cast and crew. The festival will come to a close with a spectacular pop-up screening of Richard Linklater’s School of Rock at Blythswood Hall, complete with a battle of the bands competition.

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Glasgow Youth Film Festival Opening Gala
Fri 14 Sep 2018
8.15pm
12 Rose St
Glasgow G3 6RB
Full programme at glasgowfilm.org/glasgow-youth-film-festival

Glasgow Youth Film Festival

The Glasgow Youth Film Festival is different to other film festivals. Not only is it aimed at teenagers, it’s also the first film festival in Europe that is curated by 15–19 year olds. This novel approach prevents GYFF being a well-meaning but ultimately condescending collection of movies selected by adults based on what…

Anna and the Apocalypse to open Glasgow Youth Film Festival

1 Aug 2018

One of Europe's most innovative youth film festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary this Sept

As it celebrates its 10th anniversary, 2018 marks a very special year for Glasgow Youth Film Festival. The festival, which has been marked as one of Europe's most innovative youth film festivals, runs Fri 14–Sun 16 Sep at Glasgow Film Theatre.

Terms & conditions

Competition closes 7 September 2018. Tickets cannot be exchanged. Tickets must be collected from GFT Box Office prior to the screening. The List's usual rules apply.