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Article published 08/02/2023

The full programme has been announced for Glasgow Film Festival’s annual industry focus strand. The four day event brings together film and TV professionals from across the UK, Europe and further afield for a packed programme of panel discussions, workshops, screenings and networking, with a big focus on female talent across all aspects of the industry. The festival's industry focus highlights a range of topics geared towards all levels and sectors of the industry, from recent graduates to established professionals. The programme provides a platform for professional development and a meeting place to help connect creative and business delegates.

Glasgow Film Festival Industry Focus highlights

Industry focus passes are available to buy until Sunday 19 February, at £120 full price and £105 concession.

Purchase industry focus passes and to find out more information:

The industry focus at Glasgow Film Festival provides a vital opportunity for film professionals from Scotland, the UK and further afield to meet, network and share. Our events are designed to enhance the growing industry in Scotland and share our talent with our film colleagues from across the world.

Allison Gardner, Co-Director of Glasgow Film Festival
Audience at Glasgow Film Festival Industry Focus Event
Audience at Glasgow Film Festival Industry Focus Event
Image credit Glasgow Film Festival

The 19th annual Glasgow Film Festival will run from 1–12 March at the Glasgow Film Theatre and other venues across the city. The festival is one of the leading film festivals in the UK and run by Glasgow Film, a charity which also runs the Glasgow Film Theatre. The Glasgow Film Festival is made possible by support from Screen Scotland, the British Film Institute's audience fund (awarding funds from the National Lottery) and Glasgow Life.

Visit the official Glasgow Film Festival website to buy tickets to all festival screenings.

Glasgow’s industry programme provides a really useful set of events which will help filmmakers connect to financing and co-production opportunities, gain valuable insight into the filmmaking process and discuss critical issues facing the industry today.

Isabel Davis, Executive Director of Screen Scotland

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