Glasgow Film Festival 2020

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Those That, At A Distance, Resemble Another and Krabi, 2562
Krabi, 2562 (Country: UK, Thailand; Year: 2019; Director: Ben Rivers, Anocha Suwichakornpong; Stars: Arak Amornsupasiri, Nuttawat Attasawat, Primrin Puarat, Achtara Suwan, Siraphan Wattanajinda, Arak Amornsupasiri, Nuttawat Attasawat, Primrin Puarat, Achtara Suwan, Siraphan Wattanajinda)
Portrait of the Thai tourist town.
Those That, At A Distance, Resemble Another (Country: Spanish, Portuguese, English; Year: 2019; Director: Jessica Sarah Rinland)
Documenting the meticulous reproduction of an elephant’s ivory tusk with an observational lyricism, this film embeds themes of tactility, archaeology and work into its texture and rhythm.
The Undercurrent (Country: Netherlands; Year: 2019; Director: Rory Pilgrim)
A group of young people travel to the city of Boise, Idaho. Initially, activism in the fight for climate justice appears to be the uniting factor in the group, but it becomes clear that this connection is interrelated to other issues that affect and unite them including gender inequality, their parents' lack of understanding and coping with homelessness.
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