Glasgow Film Festival 2022

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You Are Not My Mother and The Ledge
The Cellar (Country: Ireland; Year: 2022; Director: Brendan Muldowney; Writer: Brendan Muldowney; Stars: Elisha Cuthbert, Eoin Macken, Dylan Fitzmaurice Brady, Abby Fitz, Aaron Monaghan)
When her daughter mysteriously vanishes in the cellar of their new house, a woman uncovers dark secrets and a puzzle which keeps drawing her further in.
A Cloud So High (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Christopher Lee Parson; Writer: Christopher Lee Parson; Stars: Aaron Perito, John Savage, Jessica Lundy, Hemky Madera, Stephenie Lemelin)
While living under the roof of his aging, disgraced ex-cop father Gene Sarling, mentally unstable 22-year-old war veteran Paul evolves from a petty thief and ransacker to brutal killer.
Freaks Out (Country: Italy, Belgium; Year: 2021; Director: Gabriele Mainetti; Writer: Nicola Guaglianone, Nicola Guaglianone, Gabriele Mainetti; Stars: Franz Rogowski, Eric Godon, Claudio Santamaria, Anna Tenta, Emilio De Marchi, Pietro Castellitto, Edoardo Purgatori, Elia Pietschmann, Aurora Giovinazzo, Giorgio Tirabassi, Franco Pistoni, Christoph Hülsen, Massimiliano Ubaldi, Riccardo Angelini, Astrid Meloni)
Rome, 1943: Matilde, Cencio, Fulvio and Mario live like siblings in Israel’s circus. When Israel mysteriously disappears, perhaps in flight or perhaps captured by the Nazis, the four “circus freaks” are left alone in the occupied city.
Homebound (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Sebastian Godwin; Writer: Sebastian Godwin; Stars: Tom Goodman-Hill, Aisling Loftus, Raffiella Chapman, Hattie Gotobed, Lukas Rolfe)
A man takes his new wife to meet his children in their remote country home.
The Ledge (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: Howard J Ford; Writer: Tom Boyle; Stars: Brittany Ashworth, Ben Lamb, Nathan Welsh)
Mountain climber Kelly captures on camera her co-backpacker friend Sophie’s lifeless body being thrown from a ledge by four men they met earlier and now she must run for her life. Grabbing whatever climbing gear she can, Kelly begins scaling the daunting rock face in order to escape the merciless pack.
Homebound Homebound
Homebound and Some Like It Rare
Let The Wrong One In (Country: Ireland; Year: 2021; Director: Conor McMahon; Writer: Conor McMahon; Stars: Karl Rice, Eoin Duffy, Anthony Head, Mary Murray, Lisa Haskins)
When Matt’s estranged older brother Deco turns up at his flat looking terrible one morning, Matt figures he’s just on another typical loser bender. But Deco’s symptoms turn out to be more than a wicked hangover, and his newly grown fangs leave little doubt he’s fallen victim to a group of vampires terrorizing Dublin.
Mandrake (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: Lynne Davison; Writer: Matt Harvey; Stars: Deirdre Mullins, Derbhle Crotty, Paul Kennedy)
Probation officer Cathy Madden is given the task of rehabilitating notorious killer ‘Bloody’ Mary Laidlaw back into society after 20 years in prison. Cathy has always believed that every client deserves a shot at redemption, but her beliefs are firmly tested when two children disappear near Mary’s farm.
Monstrous (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Chris Sivertson; Stars: Christina Ricci, Santino Barnard, Colleen Camp)
A woman who is traumatised by an abusive relationship runs away from her former husband with her seven-year-old son, but in their new, idyllic and remote sanctuary, they find they have another, bigger and more terrifying monster to deal with
Night's End (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Jennifer Reeder; Writer: Brett Neveu; Stars: Michael Shannon, Kate Arrington, Daniel Kyri, Theo Germaine, Geno Walker, Felonious Munk)
An anxious man moves into a haunted apartment. Hiring a stranger to perform an exorcism takes a horrific turn.
Some Like It Rare (Country: France; Year: 2021; Director: Fabrice Eboué; Writer: Fabrice Eboué, Vincent Solignac; Stars: Fabrice Eboué, Marina Foïs, Jean-François Cayrey)
Sophie and Vincent Pascal have run the family butcher shop for a decade, but business is bad. So grim it’s on the brink of bankruptcy and so is their marriage. But then Vincent kills a vegan activist who had vandalised their shop. When he butchers the body and his wife accidentally sells it, customers can’t stop lining up for the tender cuts.
Mandrake Mandrake
Mandrake and Let The Wrong One In
Wyrmwood: Apocalypse (Country: Australia; Year: 2021; Director: Kiah Roache-Turner; Writer: Kiah Roache-Turner, Tristan Roache-Turner; Stars: Shantae Barnes-Cowan, Nicholas Boshier, Bianca Bradey, David Collins, Jay Gallagher)
In a zombie-infested Australian wasteland, soldier Rhys has dedicated his life to tracking and capturing survivors for the Surgeon General in hopes of finding a cure.
You Are Not My Mother (Country: Ireland; Year: 2021; Director: Kate Dolan; Writer: Kate Dolan; Stars: Hazel Doupe, Paul Reid, Carolyn Bracken, Ingrid Craigie, Jordanne Jones)
In a North Dublin housing estate Char's mother goes missing. When she returns, Char is determined to uncover the truth of her disappearance and unearth the dark secrets of her family.

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