Glasgow Film Festival 2012

Short films especially designed for and curated by young people.

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Birdboy (Country: Spain; Year: 2011; Director: Pedro Rivero, Alberto Vazquez)
Following an industrial accident, Little Dinki finds herself depending on her strange friend Birdboy.
Dimanche (Country: Canada; Year: 2011; Director: Patrick Doyon)
The animated story of the regular events in a village on Sundays.
Junk (Country: UK; Year: 2009; Director: Kirk Hendry), Official Site
What happens when an obssession with junk food goes too far...
Las Palmas (Country: Sweden; Year: 2011; Director: Johannes Nyholm; Writer: Johannes Nyholm)
A smoking, drinking, all-action baby trashes a holiday resort.
Legend Of Beaver Dam (Country: Canada; Year: 2011; Director: Jerome Sabler, Eli Batalion)
A Summer Camp group leader sings the story of Stumpy Sam.
Little Brother (Country: UK; Year: 2011; Director: Callum Cooper)
A deaf teenager tries to escape his responsibilities as a carer.
The Renter (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Jason Carpenter; Writer: Jason Carpenter)
A young boy is dropped off at an elderly woman's house that seems filled with scary surprises.
Stones Are Not Boring (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Marta Parreno)
A suitcase found floating in the river contains a surprise for three friends.
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