Who Fed Benny? Present Tramp Stamp is a whirlwind hour of sketch comedy that gets increasingly funnier and the jokes get increasingly weirder.
Yasmina Reza’s play ‘God Of Carnage’ is entertaining if a little unpolished at Glasgow’s Tron Theatre.
Well-meaning but inescapably clunky, Transit is the story of a young woman in 1988 trying to come to terms with her dual Iranian and English identity
Banned in its home country of India but winner of the Glasgow Film Festival Audience Award, Lipstick Under My Burkha follows four small town Indian woman dreaming a better future for themselves.
#GFF17 REVIEW: A dreamy nostalgia drenched dive into the lives of teenage girls, All This Panic manages to catch those fleeting, hard to hold moments of youth.
Bad Rap is a sleek, incredibly well made documentary investigating why four Asian American rappers can’t break into the mainstream
Onur Tukel’s brutal film Catfight pulls literal and figurative punches at this year’s Glasgow Film Festival