Glasgow Short Film Festival 2020

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The Bite (A Mordida) (Country: Portugal, Brazil; Year: 2019; Director: Pedro Neves Marques; Writer: Pedro Neves Marques; Stars: Ana Flavia Cavalcanti, Alina Dorzbacher, Kelner Macêdo, Luis Felipe Lucas)
Black Bus Stop (Country: US; Year: 2019; Director: Kevin Jerome Everson, Claudrena Harold; Stars: Kevin Adams, Zakia Alomari, Alexis Artis)
Students reclaim a popular gathering spot on the campus of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Ekstase (Country: Germany; Year: 2019; Director: Marion Kellmann; Writer: Marion Kellmann)
All communities need somewhere they can present their true selves in plain view.
From Over Here (Country: Germany; Year: 2020; Director: Patrick Buhr)
Salsa (Country: Portugal, Argentina; Year: 2020; Director: Igor Dimitri; Stars: Estarlyn Acosta, Nieves Bautista, Gayl Braddix, Romanella Buzzi)
A Dominican hairdresser's in Buenos Aires serves as a meeting place for all sorts of people. A place where music links them, from reggaeton to modern electronic music, and where dancing expresses freedom and joie de vivre - even for the very youngest.
Sukar (Country: France, Morocco; Year: 2019; Director: Ilias El Faris)
Casablanca's beach, Morocco. Teenagers' desire for each other is growing discreetly. Adults and children oversee. A fight creates a diversion.
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