Glasgow Short Film Festival 2024

View other Glasgow Short Film Festival Films by strand: Beyond The Seventh Gate: Contemporary Moroccan artists’ moving image, Bill Douglas Award 1: Suspended Futures, Bill Douglas Award 2: Where we find ourselves, Bill Douglas Award 3: Between every imagined present, Bill Douglas Award 4: In your image its future is made, Bill Douglas Award 5: Because it became impossible to breathe, Bill Douglas Award 6: Mediated through the body, Cine Mujer 1: The personal is political, Cine Mujer 2: It’s not by choice, Festival Favourites 1, For Shorts & Giggles, Følkløric 1: Sticks and Stones, Følkløric 2: What a Shame She Went Mad, GMAC Animation, Jyoti Mistry: We Come In Peace, They Said, Scottish Competition 1: Fitting out, standing in, Scottish Competition 2: Tales we need, tales we are, Scottish Competition 3: Resist and reclaim, Towards Liberation 1: Restricted Citizens, Towards Liberation 2: All wars are fought twice, Visible Cinema, Young Scottish Filmmaker Prize

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Gracemary and Still Life
Fever (Country: UK; Year: 1967; Director: Bill Douglas; Writer: Bill Douglas, based on the short story by JMG Le Clézio)
A psychiatric patient travels to Speakers’ Corner, Hyde Park, to warn anyone who will listen about the impending nuclear holocaust.
Gracemary (Country: UK; Year: 1966; Director: Bill Douglas)
A young woman runs to catch the last post with her weekly pools coupon, whilst imagining a more glamorous life for herself.
Small World (Country: UK; Year: 1968; Director: Bill Douglas)
A comedy of manners about two married couples who meet by chance at an outdoor café and think they have met before.
Still Life (Country: UK; Year: 1968; Director: Bill Douglas)
An elderly woman is admitted to an asylum and all her possessions are removed by the council.
The Water Cress File (Country: UK; Year: 1966; Director: Bill Douglas)
Playing with the tropes of the spy genre, The Water Cress File charts the progress of a mysterious briefcase, passed between several characters on the streets of Soho and, in a metaphysical flourish, into a film showing in the Pavilion cinema.
Woman In The Park (Country: UK; Year: 1967; Director: Bill Douglas)
A Hitchcockian psychodrama about an introverted man who pursues a woman with whom he becomes obsessed.

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