Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015

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The Journal Of Fort Zeelandia (De Dagregisters Van Het Kasteel Zeelandia) (Country: France; Year: 2014; Director: Kai-Chun Chiang; Writer: Kai-Chun Chiang)
A history of colonialism in Taiwan.
Mondial 2010 (Country: Lebanon, Palestine; Year: 2013; Director: Roy Dib; Writer: Roy Dib; Stars: Ziad Chakaroun, Abed Kobeissy)
A Lebanese gay couple take a road trip to Ramallah.
The Pride Of Strathmoor (Country: US, Germany; Year: 2015; Director: Einar Baldvin; Writer: Einar Baldvin; Stars: Geoffrey Gould)
Extracts from the journal of Pastor John Deitman, Strathmoor, Georgia. June & July, 1927
Seven Times A Day We Complain About Our Fate And At Night We Get Up To Avoid Our Dreams (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Susann Maria Hempel; Writer: Susann Maria Hempel; Stars: Susann Maria Hempel)
A victim of physical and psychological abuse records her feelings in a diary.
Swimming In Your Skin Again (Country: US; Year: 2014; Director: Terence Nance; Writer: Nelson Mandela Nance; Stars: A visual essay based on a script by Norvis Jr.)
A visual essay based on a script by Norvis Jr.
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