PHOTOS: First Pictures Of David Tennant At Glasgow Film Festival Today



The first photos of David Tennant attending the Glasgow Film Festival have been posted online. David is present for the premiere of his new film Mad To Be Normal, a biopic of the maverick psychiatrist R.D. Laing.

David was photographed with the film's writer and director Bob Mullan as the pair were interviewed ahead of tonight's main event. The film has been chosen as the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival's closing gala and will be screening simultaneously across three screens of the Glasgow Film Theatre. Tickets for the much anticipated event sold out in just 16 minutes when they went on sale in early January. 







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David was also photographed by the STV production team while recording an interview for the network's weekday magazine show Live At Five for broadcast tomorrow on STV at 5.05pm.




Mad To Be Normal follows the work of controversial psychiatrist R.D. Laing who challenged the medical model of the treatment of mental illness and set up a medication-free community in East London where mental health patients and practitioners lived alongside one another as equals. David Tennant stars as Laing; the cast also includes Elisabeth Moss, Michael Gambon, Gabriel Byrne and David Bamber.

Following tonight's premiere Mad To Be Normal will go on release in selected cinemas across the UK. Locations are still being finalised, but you can keep up to date with the announcements as they happen via our website

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