Glasgow Short Film Festival 2019

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The Flood Is Coming (Country: UK; Year: 2018; Director: Gabriel Böhmer, Benjamin Steckel)
A forest hermit tries to prepare for a flood but becomes distracted by his noisy neighbour.
The Imminent Immanent (Baga't Diri Tuhay Ta't Pamahungpahung) (Country: Philippines, Singapore, Italy; Year: 2018; Director: Carlo Francisco Manatad)
A rural town goes about its business while strong forces of nature silently creep in to challenge the townspeople's existence. Meanwhile, the filmmaker traces his roots while preparing himself for the worst.
Liminality And Communitas (Liminality & Communitas) (Country: Finland; Year: 2018; Director: Laura Rantanen)
After sundown, a man walks the motorway verges, gathering roadkill. An investigation of the border between life and death, and the edges of the manmade world.
Slaughter (Country: Iran; Year: 2019; Director: Saman Hosseinpuor, Ako Zandkarimi)
Ghasem is forced to sell his cow to survive a hard winter, but his son releases the cow before it is collected.
Three Stories Inside A Rental Van (Country: Australia; Year: 2018; Director: Lewis Attey)
The life of a white rental van is told via the different people who hire it.
Vassileia (Country: Greece; Year: 2018; Director: Anastasia Kratidi)
Vassileia has lost her father and is about to lose her home but still has her job. Working keeps her active and it gives her the stability she needs. She soldiers on in silence.
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