Glasgow Short Film Festival 2022

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A Present Light A Present Light
A Present Light and Love, Dad
Fireflies (Vagalumes) (Country: Brazil; Year: 2021; Director: Léo Bittencourt; Writer: Leo Bittencourt, Ricardo Pretti; Stars: Daniel Dos Santos de Andrade, Elisa Lucinda, Gabriel Fernando de Castro, Gleiton Matheus Bonfante, Lino Besser)
One night, when the city of Rio de Janeiro was asleep, the flora and fauna took over Flamengo's Park.
Love, Dad (Country: Czech Republic; Year: 2021; Director: Diana Cam Van Nguyen; Writer: Lukas Janicik, Diana Cam Van Nguyen; Stars: Linh Duong, Hong Nhung The Thi, Le Hoai Trung)
An author rediscovers love letters her dad used to write to her from prison. That love seems to be gone now. She decides to write back in hope to find the connection again.
A Present Light (Country: Portugal; Year: 2021; Director: Diogo Costa Amarante; Writer: Diogo Costa Amarante; Stars: Diana Neves Silva, João Castro, Gustavo Sumpta)
On a rainy night, a sad man leaves his home to deliver a letter to someone who recently left him.
Squish! (Country: Thailand; Year: 2021; Director: Tulapop Saenjaroen; Writer: Tulapop Saenjaroen; Stars: Napat Shinawatra, Amonsiri Yamakupt, Anongnart Yusananda)
A meditation on the self through lurid and liquid forms; filtered through both old and foreseeable technology informed by Thai animation history and contemporary culture.

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