Glasgow Film Festival 2012

Original, surreal and experimental cinema that challenges expectations and blurs the boundaries of narrative form.

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The Forgotten Space The Forgotten Space
The Forgotten Space and Two Years At Sea
All Divided Selves (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Luke Fowler; Stars: RD Laing)
An unconventional, multiple-perspective documentary focused on the counter-culture psychiatrist RD Laing.
The Dilapidated Dwelling (Country: UK; Year: 2000; Director: Patrick Keiller; Writer: Patrick Keiller; Stars: Narrated by Tilda Swinton)
Topical documentary exploring the UK's current housing crisis, exploring the reasons why we don't produce cheap houses that are comfortable to live in and that people want to buy.
Finisterrae (Year: 2010; Director: Sergio Caballero; Writer: Sergio Caballero; Stars: Pau Nubiola, Santi Serra, Pavel Lukiyanov, Yuri Mykhaylychenko, Santí Serra, Rosanna Walls)
A tongue-in-cheek surrealist parable in which two ghosts go looking for the end of the world.
The Forgotten Space (Country: The Netherlands; Year: 2010; Director: Allan Sekula, Noël Burch), Official Site
Film essay documenting fishermen's working conditions and sea trade.
Patience (After Sebald) (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Grant Gee)
An exploration of the prose, poetry and artwork of WG Sebald and its place within European history and geography.
Finisterrae Finisterrae
Finisterrae and Patience (After Sebald)
Two Years At Sea (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Ben Rivers; Stars: Jake Williams)
A portrait of Jake, an outsider who lives in the wilderness of his own creation.
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