Glasgow Short Film Festival 2022

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All Of Your Stars Are But Dust On My Shoes (Country: Lebanon; Year: 2021; Director: Haig Aivazian)
A sensorial meditation on how the public administration of light and darkness became an essential policing tool.
Handbook (Handbuch) (Country: Belarus, Germany; Year: 2021; Director: Pavel Mozhar)
In the days following the presidential election in Belarus in August 2020, numerous protests erupt throughout the country.
Her Violet Kiss (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Bill Morrison)
A re-contextualised a scene from a lost silent German title, Liebeshölle.
I Gotta Look Good For The Apocalypse (Country: France; Year: 2021; Director: Ayce Kartal)
Our world is being drained of its substance and digital life forms are multiplying, like these couples who meet in a virtual universe.
Naya (Naya - Der Wald Hat Tausend Augen) (Country: Netherlands; Year: 2021; Director: Sebastian Mulder)
She-wolf Naya, monitored on her journey from her birthplace in Germany through the Netherlands to Belgium, becomes more and more famous and visible.

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