Preview: Glasgow Music and Film Festival

Now in its third year, the Glasgow Music and Film Festival 2011 is a series of one-off events combining audio and visuals. It is co-curated by the Glasgow Film Festival and the Arches. The results range from the entertaining, to the inspirational, to the bizarre.

2011's festival pushes has some great highlights, with Goblin, Zombie Zombie, 65daysofstatic, Davie Scott, Duglas T Stewart, Lucky Dragons being selected to interpret, rework and pay homage to films such as The Wicker Man, Battleship Potemkin and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Faust/Alex Smoke
GFT Cinema 2
Friday 18 February, 18:30

Benda Bilili!
Friday 18–Sunday 20 February, weekdays only, times vary

65daysofstatic
Saturday 19–Sunday 20 February, 19:30

Wet Sounds at North Woodside Leisure Centre
North Woodside Leisure Centre
Sunday 20 February, 17:00

Sound of Noise
Sunday 20–Monday 21 February, times vary

Nyman with a Movie Camera
GFT Cinema 2
Monday 21 February, 16:00

Gary Lucas
O2 ABC
Monday 21 February, 20:00

NYOS Futures: Vanishing Boundaries
Arches
Monday 21 February, 20:00

Aelita: Queen of Mars with Minima
GFT Cinema 2
Monday 21 February, 20:45

The Socalled Movie
Grosvenor
Tuesday 22 February, 18:30

Lucky Dragons: No Boundaries, No Hierarchies
Arches
Tuesday 22 February, 19:30

Microphone
Tuesday 22–Wednesday 23 February, times vary

Upside Down: The Creation Records Story
GFT Cinema 1
Tuesday 22 February, 21:00

Deconstructing Dad
GFT Cinema 2
Wednesday 23 February, 15:00

Zombie Zombie: Battleship Potemkin
Arches
Wednesday 23 February, 19:30

Danger Diabolik
Thursday 24 February, Saturday 26 February, times vary

The Wicker Man
Arches
Thursday 24 February, 17:45

The Memory Band: The Wicker Man
Arches
Thursday 24 February, 19:30

Profondo Rosso
Arches
Friday 25 February, 16:30

Goblin
Arches
Friday 25 February, 19:00

David Scott, Duglas T Stewart & Friends: Mondo Morricone
Arches
Saturday 26 February, 19:30

Ivory Tower
Saturday 26–Sunday 27 February, times vary

Blank City
GFT Cinema 2
Sunday 27 February, 19:45

For more information and to buy tickets visit the Glasgow Film Festival website.

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