David Tennant will be returning to the Glasgow Film Festival this year for the European premiere of his movie You, Me & Him. The much anticipated rom-com will screen at the Glasgow Film Theatre Screen 2 on Sunday 25th February from 18.15, with a second screening at the same venue on Monday 26th at 15.15. The film's director Daisy Aitkens will also be attending. David last attended the festival in 2017 for the world premiere of Mad To Be Normal.
The 14th Glasgow Film Festival launches today ahead of opening night on Thursday 21st February and runs until Sunday 4th March. The opening gala is the UK premiere of Wes Anderson's stop-motion animated movie Isle Of Dogs, while the closing feature is the World Premiere of Felipe Bustos Sierra’s documentary Nae Pasaran. The festival offers an eclectic mix of new and classic films with six World and seven European premieres, as well as Q&A panels, pop-up events and themed strands.
Other personal appearances during the festival will be made by Bill Pullman, for the UK premiere of The Ballad Of Lefty Brown and Karen Gillan for the World premiere of her directorial debut, The Party's Just Beginning.
For more details and to download the 2018 festival brochure, click here
Tickets go on sale tomorrow to GFF members from 12pm and then on general release on Monday 29th January from 10am.
From Monday tickets can be bought online through the festival website at www.glasgowfilm.org, in person from the Festival Box Office at the GFT or over the phone by calling 0141 332 6535.
You, Me And Him
True love runs anything but smoothly in Daisy Aitkens’ entertaining lesbian rom-com. High-powered lawyer Olivia (Lucy Punch) is hitting 40 and desperate for a child. Her younger partner, struggling artist Alex (Faye Marsay), doesn’t feel the same urgency. Neither of them could have anticipated what happens next or that it would intimately involve lonely neighbour John (David Tennant). We’re keeping mum about the tangled web of consequences… A fizzy Bridget Jones-style romp with a cast that includes Sally Phillips, Simon Bird, David Warner and Gemma Jones.