Mad Max: ‘What a lovely day!’ (The 4 Film Anthology)

Join us over two separate evenings to celebrate George Miller’s iconic Mad Max series.

On the 20th & 28th of September we will be showcasing two double bill features, covering over 30 years of dystopian motor madness!

Wed 20th Sep (20:45)

 Mad Max (1979), Mad Max 2 (1981)

Thurs 28th Sep (20:45)

– Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome (1985), Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Glasgow Short Film Festival presents Borscht Diez

2100 A.D. Live from the underwater ruins of the old human city known as Miami, the only survivors, psychedelic sea creatures Edgar, Sally, Shivers, Gregor and Harold, sift through the visual artefacts of the past and share their favourites with us…

Borscht is an open-source filmmaking collective dedicated to articulating the voices of the New Miami and its idiosyncratic culture, providing a global stage for underrepresented (often female, Latin American, African-American, and Afro-Caribbean) identities in film. Borscht’s growing reputation culminated in Barry Jenkins’ feature Moonlight winning the 2017 Oscar for Best Picture. Borscht brought Jenkins and his co-screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney together, and was instrumental in getting the film made.

The first international retrospective of Borscht took place at Glasgow Short Film Festival in 2014; we’re thrilled to bring back the group’s latest work, fresh from the 10th edition of the lawless gonzo Borscht Film Festival. Expect fake found footage, lizard obsession, Japanese Bunraku puppetry and a fanimaltastic TV show. Served with cocktails and Miami sounds in the hotbox surroundings of the Rum Shack Dance Hall.

Pickard’s Picture House

September 27th

Doors open 6.30pm, screening 7pm

Do you love movies? Do you have a favourite film that never gets shown on TV or in the cinema? Come and join us in the world’s oldest surviving music hall, for a weekly celebration of cinema, complete with usherettes, a concession stand, and a bar!

We will be showing classics, cult movies, musicals (complete with sing-alongs and audience participation). The movies that you want to see, in a unique venue, unlike any modern multiplex – ‘mon down!
Want a clue? Here’s a quote for you.
“A person doesn’t change just because you find out more.”

EatFilm presents Superbad

High-school seniors Seth (Jonah Hill) and Evan (Michael Cera) have high hopes for a graduation party: The co-dependent teens plan to score booze and babes so they can become part of the in-crowd, but separation anxiety and two bored police officers (Bill Hader, Seth Rogen) complicate the pair’s self-proclaimed mission.

Macaroni Cheese, chilli beef nachos or hot dog & fries and a movie for only £13.95 for 2!

For more information or to hire Eat Film for your own private party call 0141 221 8886 and speak to our Events Manager.

* Due to licensing restrictions, EatFilm patrons must be 18 years or over.

Invasión Travesti (Transvestite Invasion) Film & Drag Show Evening

A group of stellar transvestites have invaded the planet and Laura Crawford – a lethal hybrid formed by the worst of man and woman – has been able to lead both sexes to chaos and mutual contempt. Barbara Furiasse, the last living heterosexual on earth, is about to vanish, and with it the hope of a future world. He has only three days to find a real man and together flee from the… transvestite invasion!