Glasgow Short Film Festival 2021

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Black And White Trypps Number Three (Country: US; Year: 2007; Director: Ben Russell)
The transformation of a rock audience's collective freak-out into a trance ritual of the highest spiritual order.
Chase And Status- Blind Faith (Country: UK; Year: 2010; Director: Daniel Wolfe)
A music video for this 2011 Chase & Status release recreates a illegal warehouse rave circa 1991.
Dustin (Country: France; Year: 2020; Director: Naïla Guiguet; Writer: Naïla Guiguet; Stars: Lucie Borleteau, Juan Corrales, Erwan Fale, Félix Maritaud, Raya Martigny, Dustin Muchuvitz, Lucie Borleteau, Juan Corrales, Erwan Fale, Félix Maritaud, Raya Martigny, Dustin Muchuvitz)
In an abandoned warehouse, a crowd is dancing as one to 145 BPM techno music. Among them is Dustin, a young transgender man and his crew: Felix, Raya and Juan.
Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore (Country: UK; Year: 1999; Director: Mark Leckey)
A compilation of found footage from dance floors chronicling Britain’s underground club scene, from Northern Soul in the 1970s to the rave scene of the early 1990s.
Son Of Sodom (Country: Colombia; Year: 2020; Director: Theo Montoya; Stars: Camilo Najar)
In August 2017, Camilo Najar, known as Son of Sodom in the social networks, was cast as the main character in the director's first feature film. That casting delved around his life, his sexuality, the future he saw for himself and drugs. A week later, aged 21, he died from a heroin overdose.
Zopa - Diamonds Into Dust (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: James Price)
A dark but energetic Glaswegian take on Bonnie & Clyde for a track by New York band Zopa.
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