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, Bill Douglas Unseen Super 8, Cine Mujer 1: The personal is political, Cine Mujer 2: It’s not by choice, Festival Favourites 1, For Shorts & Giggles, 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

Cobblers' Lot (Country: UK; Year: 2017; Director: Peter Strickland)
Loosely based on a traditional Hungarian fairy tale, this contribution to the omnibus film The Field Guide to Evil is an abstract retelling of a folktale about two shoemaker brothers battling for the hand of a beautiful princess.
The Motorist (Country: UK; Year: 2019; Director: Ciaran Lyons)
When a man refuses to get out of his car after running someone over, justice takes a very strange form.
O' Glory! (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: Joe Williams, Charlie Edwards-Moss)
In the late 1970s, a psychiatric doctor and his assistant are called to an isolated country house to examine Deborah, whose brother believes she is losing her mind.
Stigma (Country: UK; Year: 1977; Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark)
A young couple move into a remote country house in the middle of a stone circle. They employ workmen who disturb an ancient menhir, unleashing a supernatural force.
Stones (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Joseph Brett)
A brother and sister’s reunion picnic at a stone circle in the English countryside is disrupted by the arrival of an uninvited guest.
The Witches (Country: UK; Year: 2002; Director: Elizabeth Hobbs; Writer: Morag McKinnon)
New laws against witchcraft trouble three fishwives from North Berwick in 1590.

59th New York Film Festival early bird highlights Futura, Jane By Charlotte, James Baldwin: From Another Place and The Velvet Underground

More news and features

Playing Now

Eye For Film continues to support festivals both locally and across the world. At the moment, we're covering:

Inside Out

Cannes Film Festival
The world's most famous film festival


Sands Film Festival
Weekend film event in St Andrews

Queer East

In the Archive

Archive of festival coverage.

Daily diary and reviews from 2005-2018.

Coverage of the lynchpin German festival.