GFF 2021 events
Like the best fashion houses, the Galician Film Forum has its spring-summer collection ready to go. Despite the pandemic, we’re really happy to be able to announce two new events, both made possible by the Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs at the Embassy of Spain in London. We’ll be […]

GFF: 2021 events

A few days ago we announced the films we’d be screening at our tenth event and that we’d be calling it ’10’ so get ready to enjoy the multi-award-winning ‘Matria’ (Álvaro Gago) and the documentary ‘Tódalas mulleres que coñezo’ (Xiana do Teixiero). Gago will be with us in person at […]

Counting down the days until our tenth event

The Galician Film Forum have announced details about their ninth event. ‘Dhogs’, Andrés Goteira’s debut that won 13 prizes at the latest Mestre Mateo awards, will be shown at King’s College London on Friday 30th November (19:00, Strand Campus, Edmond J Safra Theatre, WC2R 2LS). The film is in Galician, […]

‘Dhogs’ to be screened at the next GFF

The Galician Film Forum is very pleased to present ‘Santoalla’ a documentary directed by American filmakers Andrew Becker and Daniel Mehrer. The film tells the story of Martin and Margo, a Dutch couple who moved to a remote Galician village to start a new life. Conflict with local residents resulted […]

London premiere of ‘Santoalla’

The Galician Film Forum is very pleased to present ’18 Meals’, a comedy directed by Jorge Coira and shot in Santiago de Compostela. Anyone who visits Galicia for the first time, will quickly notice that food plays a major role in our culture and in our social interactions. This film […]

The GFF brings ‘18 Meals’ to London