Glasgow Film Festival 2022

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Battery Daddy (Country: South Korea; Year: 2021; Director: Jeon Seung-bae)
Battery Dad is in charge of every corner of the house: all the children’s toys, remote controls, and door locks. One day, he goes on a trip to a valley with others.​
Bemol (Country: Switzerland; Year: 2021; Director: Oana Lacroix; Writer: Oana Lacroix)
​A featherless nightingale sings in the forest, and its lullaby calms the animals of the forest. One day the nightingale catches a cold and can't sing any more.
Katu Katu (Country: Lithuania; Year: 2021; Director: Giedrė Boots)
A caterpillar naps cosily with his kitty friends. A playful ball of wool wakes him up, awakening the caterpillar’s dream to fly.
Kayak (Country: France; Year: 2021; Director: Antoine Rossi, Auguste Lefort, Flore Dechorgnat, Solène Bosseboeuf, Tiphaine Klein)
A father and his baby’s kayak outing along a peaceful river turns out to be a real family adventure.
Leaf (Country: Czech Republic; Year: 2020; Director: Aliona Baranova)
The big, gentle sailor diligently checks tickets, shovels coal into the firebox and scrubs the deck – but he can’t help but think of home. It’s so long since he’s been back. He wonders what it would look like now.
Snow Angel (Country: US; Year: 202; Director: Nick Daly, Evie Metz)
In a psychological landscape, fantasy becomes blurred with reality, telling a story about choosing curiosity for life over the looming fear of impending natural doom.
Umbrellas (Country: Spain, France; Year: 2020; Director: Jose Prats, Álvaro Robles; Writer: J López Melgares, Jose Prats, Jose Prats)
In a land where the rain never stops, Kyna spends her days playing under the protective "umbrella-beard" of her father.

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