View other Glasgow Short Film Festival Films by strand:
Bill Douglas Award 1: Bids for Connection, Bill Douglas Award 2: Flesh of My Flesh, Bill Douglas Award 3: The Traces We Leave, Bill Douglas Award 4: Clocking On, Bill Douglas Award 5: Crackdown Aesthetics, Bill Douglas Award 6: Ground Loops, Eco-spectrality: Residual Fabulations, Eco-spectrality: Tentacular Frequencies, EFA Shorts 1, EFA Shorts 2, Family Shorts 2, For Shorts And Giggles, Galas, Scared Shortless, Scottish Competition 1: Tiny Changes, Scottish Competition 2: Branches, Scottish Competition 4: Step Up, Techno-Fix: By Extension, Techno-Fix: Obscured Connections, The End, You've Been Telt: Scottish Film Stories, Young Scottish Filmmaker Prize 1, Young Scottish Filmmaker Prize 2
(Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Maryam Hamidi)
A widow is haunted by the mouldy manifestation of her dead daughter, but when her son returns from university she must choose between the living and the dead.
The Dead Are Jewels To Me
(Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Isla Badenoch, Rose Hendry; Writer: Isla Badenoch, Rose Hendry; Stars: Maria MacLennan)
Experimental film that explores a forensic jeweller’s craft and interrogates whether a new scientific practice could unearth hidden stories that lie beneath a surface.
(Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Cat Bruce)
A contemporary reworking of a traditional Scottish folktale, narrated by the legendary folklorist Margaret Bennett.
(Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Eirini Vasiliki Kalogera, Julia Kim Johnstone)
A short film depicting the transformation of a human into a half-fox half-woman persona.
(Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Bryan M Ferguson)
A relationship between three friends is fractured after a reality-destroying moment of possession.
The Stone Age
(Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Alison Piper)
The Stone Age responds to Shetland-based poet Jen Hadfield’s synthesis of human and non-human experience.
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