The Barrowland Ballroom is to become a cinema, premiering an Aidan Moffat traditional music documentary during February’s Glasgow Film Festival.
‘Where You’re Meant to Be’ is a new feature-length film which follows Moffat on a Scottish tour where he discovers and reinterprets folk songs from around the country.
Made by film maker Paul Fegan, the footage includes material from the final leg of the tour which took place in April 2014.
Other film festival events include ‘This is Now: Film and Video After Punk’, a set of digitally remastered films including pieces directed by Grayson Perry and Jill Westwood, as well as David Bowie’s The Man Who Fell to Earth which appropriately shows at Glasgow Science Centre’s Planetarium. And keeping with the musical theme, Kelvingrove Art Gallery will show The Silence of the Lambs, accompanied by organ.
The 12th annual Glasgow Film Festival runs from February 17 until 28. More details at www.glasgowfilm.org/festival