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Glasgow Short Film Festival, the largest competitive short film festival in Scotland, champions new film talent by providing an annual showcase and meeting point for new and established Scottish and international filmmakers, industry delegates and the local audience.
GSFF is a friendly and inclusive festival in which the work of emerging Scottish filmmakers is presented in the context of an international programme.
The festival runs from 23 to 27 march
View Films by Strand:
- Bill Douglas Award 1: Bids for Connection
- Bill Douglas Award 2: Flesh of My Flesh
- Bill Douglas Award 3: The Traces We Leave
- Bill Douglas Award 4: Clocking On
- Bill Douglas Award 5: Crackdown Aesthetics
- Bill Douglas Award 6: Ground Loops
- Eco-spectrality: Residual Fabulations
- Eco-spectrality: Tentacular Frequencies
- EFA Shorts 1
- EFA Shorts 2
- Family Shorts 2
- For Shorts And Giggles
- Scared Shortless
- Scottish Competition 1: Tiny Changes
- Scottish Competition 2: Branches
- Scottish Competition 3: A Different Sphere
- Scottish Competition 4: Step Up
- Techno-Fix: By Extension
- Techno-Fix: Obscured Connections
- The End
- You've Been Telt: Scottish Film Stories
- Young Scottish Filmmaker Prize 1
- Young Scottish Filmmaker Prize 2
View previous years coverage of the Glasgow Short Film Festival festival:
GSFF Latest Reviews
After ten years apart, a Scottish filmmaker tries to reconnect with her closest cousin after their paths were separated by war.
A headstrong homeless man must take responsibility for his own actions after his dog is hurt.
The fractured relationship between a mother and daughter in crisis.
James Bushe's journey has been a turbulent one. Here we accompany James on a flight through personal and cultural memory.
Following lockdown, children from Maryhill in Glasgow express their rights to outdoor play and learning as they explore a green space that was established through 10 years of community activism.
Essay about a filmmaker in a relationship with a woodland ecologist.
Delving into deep water, a disabled woman finds a sense of wholeness.
At the girls' orphanage, the group’s unchecked pack mentality alienates a new arrival, who invents a new nighttime game.
An attempt at mourning both personal and political futures that never arrived, organised around a broad interpretation of the trope of the ghost.
Haruka, Nana, and Takanori visit the house of Souta, a band member who has lost contact with them. But when they arrive, they find Souta's behavior a little strange.