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The Glasgow Short Film Festival is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2017. We're still adding details, so please bear with us!
The festival runs from 15 to 19 March.
View Films by Strand:
- Family Shorts
- International Competition 1: Tribal Instincts
- International Competition 2: No Man's Land
- International Competition 3: Mother's Love
- International Competition 4: The Limits Of Control
- International Competition 5: Team Player
- International Competition 6: Double Vision
- Quantum Shorts
- Reflections on Sovereignty 1: Citizens Of Nowhere
- Round Midnight
- Scottish Competition 1: Anything For You
- Scottish Competition 2: The Parent Trap
- Scottish Competition 3: Privilege
- Tenth Anniversary Shorts
View previous years coverage of the Glasgow Short Film Festival festival:
GSFF Latest Reviews
A meditative invocation on transcendence as a means of restoration.
Every Tuesday, sixteen-year-old Allie stays with her dad and is insistent that this week will be no exception, but when she arrives at his flat after school she must face that a world has been irretrievably lost.
When the whole family confronts her 14-year-old daughter of a suspected pregnancy, a 50-year-old woman gives birth to her 22nd child.
Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting - and yet turbulent - Brazil. Where the streets are a stage for politics, art and affection, a gringo can only watch.
A 10m diving tower. People who have never been up there before have to choose whether to jump or climb down. The situation itself highlights a dilemma: to weigh the instinctive fear of taking the step out against the humiliation of having to climb down.
Flow Country takes the viewer on an apocalyptic journey through a contested site in the far north of Scotland.
A gently humorous drama about uptight divorcee Clara, who opens a B&B in the Scottish Highlands. Unexpectedly inspired by her guests, she rediscovers the joys of life.
A short film about a hillwalking first date and other bad decisions.
As a coal mine in an English village faces closure the real cost of industrial decline for a father and his sons is revealed.
The arctic mining city of Norilsk is one of the most polluted in the world - but many residents are still proud to call it home.
Glasgow Short Film Festival Features
Venice 2015: The state of independents Looking For Grace, The Daughter, Equals, The Childhood Of A Leader
Venice 2015: Peak viewing Reports on Everest, Black Mass, Spotlight and The Danish Girl.
Moving on up Anna Rose Holmer on adolescence, gender identity and self-determination in The Fits.
Scaling the heights with Everest Deauville opening night premiere
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