Glasgow Short Film Festival 2019

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Fest (Country: Germany; Year: 2018; Director: Nikita Diakur)
Drone. Stunt. Rave.
Fridge (Country: UK; Year: 1995; Director: Peter Mullan)
In a squalid tenement building in Glasgow, two toughs lock a helpless young boy inside a broken fridge-freezer.
Gasman (Country: UK; Year: 1998; Director: Lynne Ramsay)
A brother and sister go to a Christmas party with their father and two other children they don’t know.
The Lost Head And The Bird (Country: India; Year: 2018; Director: Sohrab Hura)
A disorientating and absurd world on the fringes of contemporary India where the undercurrents of caste, sexual, religious and political violence lurk beneath the surface.
Pinch Neck (Country: US; Year: 1968; Director: Bruce Nauman; Stars: Bruce Nauman)
Bruce Nauman pinches his lips; pulls his lower lip; pinches his cheeks, pulls his neck; and pulls his lips.
World Of Glory (Country: Sweden; Year: 1991; Director: Roy Andersson)
A plain, ordinary man tells us about his work as a real-estate broker, his dead father, his ordinary home and so on.
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