Glasgow film festival screening turns into party with viewers dancing in aisle

‘It was more like a concert than a film screening’


Friday night’s film screening of Talking Heads film ‘Stop Making Sense’ turned into an impromptu party with cinema-goers leaving their seats to dance in the theatre.

The night was described as “more like a concert than a film screening.

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Cheaper than entry to Subclub

The iconic concert film featuring Talking Heads from their three night stint at Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre ceased to be just a movie during its special showing during the Glasgow Film Festival.

Probably more lively than where you were this weekend

Probably more lively than where you were this weekend

The 88 minute flick took filmgoers to a euphoric state as they unexpectedly danced the night away in the Glasgow Film Theatre.

There was sheer elation at the end of every song, with the atmosphere feeling more like a music festival than a film festival.

Remember kids, don't use your phone in the cinema

Remember kids, don’t use your phone in the cinema

“Once in a Lifetime” rightly described the moment when the 1981 song came on, with tentative aisle dancers congregating in front of the big screen to party away for the final five songs.

So close, you might as well be on the stage

So close, you might as well be on the stage

Glasgow Film Festival ends March 1st, so head down and you might be in for a treat.