Glasgow Short Film Festival 2018

View other Glasgow Short Film Festival Films by strand: Apichatpong Weerasethakul all-nighter, Blueprint: Scottish Independent Shorts, Death And Killing In Southeast Asia, Don Hertzfeldt: World of Tomorrow 1 & 2, International Competition 1: Paint Your Own Reality, International Competition 2: Freedom of Choice, International Competition 3: Dream of a Glorious Return, International Competition 4: Parched Land, International Competition 5: Treading Water, International Competition 6: Where You Look From, Kevin Jerome Everson 3, Ladies of the Night, NFTS Scotland presents Eva Riley, Round Midnight 1: Sex, Round Midnight 2: Violence, Scottish Competition 1: Take My Hand, Scottish Competition 3: Foreign to the World, Ten Years of Film G

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Salt And Sauce and 1745
1745 (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Gordon Napier; Writer: Morayo Akandé; Stars: Moyo Akandé, Morayo Akandé, Clive Russell)
Two slave sisters flee their master in the Highlands of Scotland.
Chibbed (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: James Price)
A young man makes his way through Glasgow in the aftermath of a violent incident.
Eudaimonia (Country: UK; Year: 2018; Director: Juri Krutii)
Ancient philosophy meets a futuristic religion in a film about womanhood, happiness, and independent thinking.
Homage To Kobane (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Soran Qurbani)
A destroyed city with lost memories buried under rubble
Random White Dudes (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Young Fathers)
2014 Mercury Prize-winning band Young Fathers confront issues around privilege and inequality as well as conventions of historic portraiture.
Refuge (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Simon Bishopp)
A homeless woman seeks retribution after she is displaced by a future civilisation who seek refuge from global warming and war.
Salt And Sauce (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Alia Ghafar; Writer: Alia Ghafar; Stars: Flora Bird)
Stuck in a post high-school limbo, Tammy works long days in the family chip shop.
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