Glasgow Film Festival 2018

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Let The Sunshine In Let The Sunshine In
Let The Sunshine In and Legend Of The Mountain
Faces Places (Visages, Villages) (Country: France; Year: 2017; Director: Agnès Varda, JR)
The director and photgrapher travel through France as their friendship blossoms.
The Guardians (Les Gardiennes) (Country: France; Year: 2017; Director: Xavier Beauvois; Stars: Iris Bry, Nathalie Baye, Cyril Descours)
A matriach left to care for the family farm during World War One takes on a hardworking orphan as an assistant, but when her son returns, he struggles to fit in with the new order of things.
Legend Of The Mountain (Shan Zhong Zhuan Qi) (Country: Taiwan, Hong Kong; Year: 1979; Director: King Hu; Writer: King Hu; Stars: Chun Shih, Feng Hsu, Sylvia Chang)
A travelling scholar is assigned the task of translating a Buddhist scripture for a ceremony honouring dead soldiers. On his journey through the haunting mountain landscapes, he encounters temptress ghosts and Taoist priests, ancient abandoned fortresses and inns.
Let The Sunshine In (Dark Glasses, Un Beau Soleil Interieur, Bright Sunshine In) (Country: France; Year: 2017; Director: Claire Denis; Writer: Christine Angot, Claire Denis; Stars: Juliette Binoche, Gérard Depardieu, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Josiane Balasko, Claire Tran, Xavier Beauvois, Alex Descas, Bruno Podalydès, Paul Blain)
Isabelle, single mum, divorced artist with one child, is looking for love. True love at last.
The Rise And Fall Of A Small Film Company (Grandeur Et Décadence D’Un Petit Commerce De Cinéma) (Country: France; Year: 2017; Director: Jean-Luc Godard; Stars: Jean-Pierre Léaud, Jean-Pierre Mocky, Marie Valeria)
A satire about a film company trying to mount a screen version of a James Hadley Chase potboiler.
Faces Places Faces Places
Faces Places and The Third Murder
Submergence (Country: US, France; Year: 2017; Director: Wim Wenders; Writer: Erin Dignam, based on the book by JM Ledgard; Stars: James McAvoy, Alicia Vikander, Alexander Siddig, Celyn Jones, Reda Kateb, Mohamed Hakeem, Jannik Schümann, Godehard Giese, Jess Liaudin, Harvey Friedman, Thibaut Evrard, Clémentine Baert, Loïc Corbery, Andrea Guasch, Jean-Pierre Lorit)
A hydraulic engineer and a bio-mathematician meet in a hotel on the French coast, where both are preparing their missions. While she works on a project of immersion in the Greenland Sea, he is taken hostage in Somalia.
The Third Murder (Sando-me no satsujin) (Country: Japan; Year: 2017; Director: Hirokazu Kore-eda; Writer: Hirokazu Kore-eda; Stars: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho, Suzu Hirose, Mikako Ichikawa, Shinnosuke Mitsushima, Yuki Saitô, Isao Hashizume, Kôtarô Yoshida, Izumi Matsuoka)
Leading attorney Shigemori takes on the defence of murder-robbery suspect Misumi - a crime he admits - but as he digs into the case, he begins to wonder if his client is guilty after all.
Wonderstruck (Country: US; Year: 2017; Director: Todd Haynes; Writer: Brian Selznick, based on his novel; Stars: Amy Hargreaves, Michelle Williams, Julianne Moore, Oakes Fegley, Tom Noonan, Cory Michael Smith, James Urbaniak, Marko Caka, Damian Young, Hays Wellford, Morgan Turner, Ekaterina Samsonov, Brian Berrebbi, Michael Wren Gucciardo, Jaden Michael)
Ben and Rose are children from two different eras who secretly wish their lives were different. Both set out on quests.
Zama (Country: Argentina, Spain, France, Netherlands, US, Brazil, Mexico, Portugal, Lebanon, Switzerland; Year: 2017; Director: Lucrecia Martel; Writer: Antonio Di Benedetto, Lucrecia Martel; Stars: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas, Matheus Nachtergaele, Juan Minujín, Rafael Spregelburd, Nahuel Cano, Daniel Veronese, Mariana Nunes, Carlos Defeo)
A 17th century army officer in Ascuncion, awaits transfer to Buenos Aires.
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