Glasgow Short Film Festival 2022

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First Step Swim (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Caitlin McMullan)
Delving into deep water, a disabled woman finds a sense of wholeness.
Go Home (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Razan Madhoon)
When a young Palestinian woman tries to claim asylum in the UK, she faces the indifference of British bureaucracy.
Idrish (Country: Bangladesh, UK; Year: 2021; Director: Adam Lewis Jacob)
Found footage and archival sound come together as an urgent and potent piece of anti-deportation activism.
The Tyranny Of Petty Things (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Cameron Nicoll)
James Bushe's journey has been a turbulent one. Here we accompany James on a flight through personal and cultural memory.
We Know A Better Word Than Happy (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Helen McCrorie)
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.
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