Glasgow Short Film Festival 2022

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Castorocene (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: George Finlay Ramsay)
After humans have destroyed the world (again), an unnamed beast swims up from a forgotten swamp and rebuilds the world from zilch.
Curupira And The Machine Of The Destiny (Country: Brazil; Year: 2021; Director: Janaina Wagner)
An encounter between Curupira, a queer devil who protects the forests of Brazil, and an incarnated ghost.
Pneuma (Country: France; Year: 2020; Director: Fanny Béguély; Stars: Emilien Awada, Clara Béguély, Fanny Béguély, Julien Béguély, Rachel Desbordes, Christophe Manon, Diane Nayfeld, Nathalie Nayfeld)
A film-essay that questions the foundations of our Western culture through a critical genealogy of our relationship to plants.
Salty Oscillations (Country: Ukraine; Year: 2021; Director: Theta Tsybulnyk, Elias Parvulesco)
Explores the influence of terrestrial and subterranean landscapes on imagination and the unconscious.
Spirits And Rocks: An Azorean Myth (Country: Switzerland, Portugal; Year: 2020; Director: Aylin Gökmen; Writer: Aylin Gökmen)
On a volcanic island, inhabitants are caught in an unending cycle: the threat of impending eruptions and the burden of past traumas loom over them.

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