Glasgow Short Film Festival 2022

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Bestia and Pride
Bestia (Country: Chile; Year: 2021; Director: Hugo Covarrubias; Writer: Hugo Covarrubias, Martín Erazo)
A trip into the psyche of a Chilean torturer.
In My Network (Country: France; Year: 2021; Director: Randa Maroufi)
Recalling the endless scrolling of social networks, a camera shifts from space to space, settling on the profiles of various young people.
Neon Phantom (Country: Brazil; Year: 2021; Director: Leonardo Martinelli)
João works on the streets of Rio de Janeiro as a delivery driver in the so-called gig economy. He and his friend dream about buying a motorcycle, travelling the country, and transforming their lives into a musical.
Party Poster (Country: India; Year: 2021; Director: Rishi Chandna)
Every year in India, on occasions of religious festivals, political elections and even banal events like politicians' birthdays, vast numbers of posters go up in public places.
Pride (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Claudrena N Harold, Kevin Jerome Everson)
Set in Charlottesville during the early 1990s, Pride follows an aspiring writer as she finalises stories for the latest issue of Pride, a student run newspaper at the University of Virginia.

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