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Glitch is new on the scene but has a lot of ambition. Aiming to tell some of the stories missing from mainstream cinema, it focuses on queer, trans and intersex people and people of colour. It has a packed programme of features and shorts and several of the filmmakers will be in attendance to take audience questions. It also offers free haircuts.

Glitch is held in the CCA in Glasgow. All events are free. All films are subtitled. All live events are BSL interpreted.

The festival runs from 19 to 28 March.

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Ache In My Name
Ache In My Name
Musings on the pronunciation of personal names.
Sight
Sight
The story of the filmmaker’s experience with temporary episodes of migraine related blindness and her brother’s blindness later in life.
I’m Not Your Inspiration: Maki Yamazaki
I’m Not Your Inspiration: Maki Yamazaki
Musician and visual artist Maki Yamazaki discusses visible and invisible disabilities, barriers to access for disabled and trans artists, and the intersection of race, gender and ability.
God Loves Uganda
God Loves Uganda
Documentary exploration of the agenda of right-wing US evangelicals.
Happy Together
Happy Together
Exploration of the breakdown of a gay relationship.

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