Glasgow Film Festival 2013

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The Final Member The Final Member
The Final Member and Vito
Banaz: A Love Story (Country: UK, Norway; Year: 2012; Director: Deeyah; Stars: Caroline Goode, Diana Nammi, Nazir Afzal), Official Site, Trailer
The story of Banaz Mahmod, murdered for leaving her abusive husband and falling in love with another man.
Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Brad Bernstein; Writer: Brad Bernstein; Stars: Tomi Ungerer, Maurice Sendak, Jules Feiffer, Michael Patrick Hearn, Patrick Skene Catling, Steven Heller, Burton Pike, Patrick Joseph Sheehan)
Documentary about the award-winning illustrator.
The Final Member (Country: Canada, US, Iceland, Italy; Year: 2012; Director: Jonah Bekhor, Zach Math; Stars: Siggi Hjartarson, Pall Arason, Tom Mitchell)
The owner of the Icelandic Phallological Museum, the world's foremost penis collection, considers which of two volunteers should provide him with a human specimen.
The Gatekeepers (Country: Israel, France, Germany, Belgium; Year: 2012; Director: Dror Moreh)
Six former heads of Israel’s internal security agency, the Shin Bet, discuss their nation’s past, present and future.
How To Make Money Selling Drugs (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Matthew Cooke; Writer: Matthew Cooke, Grant Jolly; Stars: Woody Harrelson, Susan Sarandon, 50 Cent, Eminem)
A documentary exploring the drug business and the biases in the way the law treats those involved.
How To Survive A Plague How To Survive A Plague
How To Survive A Plague and Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story
How To Survive A Plague (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: David France), Official Site, Trailer
The story of Act Up and the ordinary people who transformed the tratment of AIDS.
Love, Marilyn (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Liz Garbus; Stars: Marilyn Monroe)
A documentary about Marilyn Monroe.
Men At Lunch (Lon Sa Speir) (Country: Ireland; Year: 2012; Director: Seán Ó Cualáin; Stars: Fionnula Flanagan, Peter Quinn, Jim Rasenberger, Padraig O Flannabhra)
The story behind the famous photograph of construction workers on New York's GE building eating their lunch while sitting on a girder suspended in mid air.
Pablo's Winter (Invierno De Pablo) (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Chico Pereira)
Pablo has had seven heart attacks but, despite the pleas of his wife and doctor, has no intention of giving up smoking.
The Road: A Story Of Life And Death (Country: UK, Ireland; Year: 2012; Director: Marc Isaacs; Writer: Marc Isaacs, Iqbal Ahmed)
An introduction to assorted people living along the A5 who have come to London as immigrants over the course of decades.
Banaz: A Love Story Banaz: A Love Story
Banaz: A Love Story and Pablo's Winter
A Tale Of Two Syrias (Country: UK, Syria; Year: 2012; Director: Yasmin Fedda)
A documentary looking at the run-up to the Syrian uprising and the lives of ordinary Syrians.
Village At The End Of The World (Country: Denmark, UK, Greenland; Year: 2012; Director: Sarah Gavron)
A portrait of Niaqornat, a remote village in northern Greenland with a population of 59.
Vito (Country: USA; Year: 2011; Director: Jeffrey Schwarz; Stars: Larry Kramer, Rob Epstein, Lily Tomlin, Bruce Vilanch, Armistead Maupin)
A documentary about acclaimed activist and cineaste Vito Russo.
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