Film festival is a record breaker

THE 10th annual Glasgow Film Festival has had its most successful year to date with record-breaking ticket sales.

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In total, the festival saw 41,541 admissions over the 11-day programme, the highest in its history, and up 6% on last year.

The event, which includes smaller short film and youth film festivals, is to be extended by a day next year due to demand. A screening of Under the Skin, a thriller shot in Scotland starring Scarlett Johansson, brought the curtain down on the festival last weekend.

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