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Glasgow's premiere lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender festival returns for another year with a strong film strand that will give attendees the chance to see some celebrated work. Opening with The Perfect Family, which stars Kathleen Turner as a woman who tries to shape her relatives' lives to help her win a church award, it also features the Scottish premiere of Queer Palm winner Laurence Anyways, and acclaimed Ugandan documentary Call Me Kuchu. There's a ceebration of locally produced work with a party hosted by Lock Up Your Daughters, plus an impressive selection of short films from aroun the world. Screenings will take place at the GFT and CCA.
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