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Glasgow Film Festival

Increasingly well attended by punters and guests, the festival continues to expand and to cover everything from blockbusters to experimental oddities. It offers 57 UK premieres this year; Joss Whedon features as a special guest; and big movies include Ryan Gosling in The Place Beyond The Pines, Steve Coogan in The Look Of Love and Nicole Kidman in The Paperboy. There are also healthy indie selections, Mark Millar and John Wagner's favourite comic-book movies, plus subsections on Brazil and horror.

Various venues, Thu to 24 Feb

Alex Gibney, London

When it comes to hot documentary topics, Alex Gibney has a habit of getting there first and getting it done fast. He won an Oscar for his Iraq/Afghanistan torture exposé Taxi To The Dark Side, and since then he's covered fundamentalist Islam, Gonzo journalist Hunter S Thompson, »

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