Glasgow Short Film Festival 2018

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All Over The Place (Country: Argentina; Year: 2017; Director: Mariana Sanguinetti)
Jimena knows nobody is home, and goes into her ex-boyfriend's house.
Gaze (Country: Iran, Italy; Year: 2017; Director: Farnoosh Samadi; Writer: Ali Asgari, Farnoosh Samadi; Stars: Pedram Ansari, Babak Karimi, Amirreza Ranjbaran, Marzieh Vafamehr, Pedram Ansari, Babak Karimi, Amirreza Ranjbaran, Marzieh Vafamehr)
A woman witnesses an incident on the bus.
Stay Ups (Country: Sweden; Year: 2017; Director: Joanna Rytel)
A woman prepares for a date, but her child keeps getting in the way.
Strange Says The Angel (Étrange dit l'ange) (Country: France; Year: 2017; Director: Shalimar Preuss; Writer: Shalimar Preuss; Stars: Hélène Iratchet, Jean-Claude Iratchet, Louise Iratchet, Nina Iratchet, Roselyne Iratchet, Hélène Iratchet, Jean-Claude Iratchet, Louise Iratchet, Nina Iratchet, Roselyne Iratchet)
In this world threatened by contamination, what is Nina’s place?
Wild Horses (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Rory Alexander Stewart; Writer: Rory Alexander Stewart; Stars: Emma Curtis, Emma Cater, Ainslie Henderson)
A teenager suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome comes into conflict with her overprotective mother.
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