The first arthouse cinema to open outside of London, and the home of Glasgow cultural cinema-going, Glasgow Film Theatre today exists as an institution for film-lovers. Opening in 1939 as the Cosmo and becoming Glasgow Film Theatre in 1974, the cultural impact of the cinema cannot be understated. In this video we investigate how the building and organisation has developed in order to not only keep up with cinema-going practice, but also to remain a leader in its field.
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