Glasgow Film Festival 2015

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Letters To Max Letters To Max
Letters To Max and Sea Without Shore
Beauty And The Right To The Ugly (Country: Netherlands, Belgium; Year: 2014; Director: Wendelien van Oldenborgh; Stars: Hans Muskens, Maria Stortelder, Mirjam Kuhr)
A documentary about the sociological experiment in architecture of the ‘t Karregat community in Eindhoven.
Letters To Max (Country: France; Year: 2014; Director: Eric Baudelaire)
The story of the contested state of Abkhazia told though an exchange of letters between the filmmaker and its Minister of Foreign Affairs.
O.K. Rick (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Florrie James ; Stars: Anna Schneider, Anna Pearce, Martin Sweeney)
Female versions of Rick and Victor from Casablanca uncover complex political struggles as they collect census data on a strange island.
Our Extra-Sensory Selves (Country: France, Lithuania, UK; Year: 2014; Director: Allison Gibbs)
A group of people try to reclaim their neglected senses and muse on what the social consequences of this could be.
Sea Without Shore (Country: Brazil, UK, Sweden; Year: 2015; Director: Andre Semenza, Fernanda Lippi; Writer: Andre Semenza, Fernanda Lippi; Stars: Livia Rangel, Fernanda Lippi, Anna Mesquita)
A journey through the subconscious in the aftermath of a bereavement.
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