Glasgow Film Festival 2019

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Erased, Ascent Of The Invisible Erased, Ascent Of The Invisible
Erased, Ascent Of The Invisible and Pinochet Porn
Erased, Ascent Of The Invisible (Erased, ____ Ascent Of The Invisible) (Country: Lebanon; Year: 2018; Director: Ghassan Halwani)
Documentary about thousands of people who disappeared during the Lebanon Civil War.
The Grand Bizarre (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Jodie Mack)
Filmed over five years and in as many countries, this all-analogue travelogue finds thousands of textiles and printed designs dancing across locations from Mexico to Morocco to India.
I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead (Country: US, Italy, UK; Year: 2018; Director: Beatrice Gibson)
Material shot on the eve of the 45th US presidential inauguration blends moments of perilous public authority with tender portraits and intimate scenes from the director’s daily life to explore gender, poetry and disobedience.
Pinochet Porn (Country: US, UK; Year: 2018; Director: Ellen Cantor; Stars: Ellen Cantor, Lia Gangitano, Harri Kupiainen)
The intertwined stories of five people growing up under the Pinochet regime in Chile, taking in subversive sexuality and the horrors of fascism.
The Thoughts That Once We Had (Country: US; Year: 2015; Director: Thom Andersen)
A personal history of cinema prompted both by the theories of Gilles Deleuze and by classic Hollywood musical comedies.
Tremor – Es Ist Immer Krieg Tremor – Es Ist Immer Krieg
Tremor – Es Ist Immer Krieg and The Thoughts That Once We Had
Tremor – Es Ist Immer Krieg (Country: Belgium; Year: 2017; Director: Annik Leroy)
A journey between memory and nightmare, Tremor is driven by the voices of poets and madmen, speaking accounts of violence and war.
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