Glasgow Film Festival 2017 announces special anniversary event screenings

Glasgow Film Festival 2017 takes place on 15 - 26 February 2017. The festival began in 2005 and continues to grow and develop its international reputation. Glasgow Film Festival 2017 has announced special anniversary event screenings of three cult classics that will take place throughout the festival and across Glasgow with further titles to be announced in January. The films are the teen vampire chiller The Lost Boys, which celebrates 30 years since its release in 1987. It will be shown in a secret location event on Friday 17 February with a vampire theme to the event. 

The other two films are The Princess Bride, a romantic fantasy adventure comedy film directed and co-produced by Rob Reiner, which is also marking 30 years since its release. The screening will be accompanied by live sword fighting and a treasure hunt for all ages. The third is Secretary, an erotic romance film directed by Steven Shainberg, it is the 15th anniversary since its release in 2002. It stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader. See the Glasgow Film Festival for further information and future announcements.

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