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 1: Sticks and Stones, 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

Blood Is Thicker (Country: UK; Year: 2018; Director: Ruth Paxton)
A dark wee fairy story about runaway lovers.
Cracked Screen: A Snapchat Story (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Trim Lambda)
The self-broadcast life of a young woman in London before, during and after a life-shattering experience.
Menarca (Country: Brazil; Year: 2020; Director: Lillah Halla)
In a Brazilian village infested with piranhas, Nanã and Mel are fast growing into adolescence as they dream of ways of protecting themselves against a seemingly inescapable violence. When a mysterious body appears tangled in a fisherman's net, the two girls begin to learn what might be their ultimate protection.
Moon That Cracks Over The Darkness Of My Loneliness (Luna Que Se Quiebra Sobre La Tiniebla De Mi Soledad) (Country: Argentina; Year: 2022; Director: Lucila Mariani)
A woman’s daily life is disturbed when a vampire hacks her computer. He starts to visit her and takes her for a stroll through the dark night of Buenos Aires.
The Sermon (Country: UK; Year: 2018; Director: Dean Puckett)
In an isolated church community in the English countryside, a powerful hate preacher prepares to deliver a sermon to his flock, but his daughter has a secret that could destroy them all.
Sinelela (Country: Samoa; Year: 2001; Director: Dan Taulapapa McMullin)
“My name is Sinalela and this is my movie.” A fa‘afafine retelling of Cinderella.
Skinned (Country: France; Year: 2022; Director: Joachim Hérissé)
In an old building, lost in the middle of the swamp, live two strange women, twins conjoined by one leg. At night, the Flayed has terrifying nightmares in which she sees her sister's flesh covering her own body...
Steakhouse (Country: Slovenia, Germany, France; Year: 2021; Director: Spela Cadez; Writer: Gregor Zorc)
Trouble brews when a woman is late home for her birthday dinner.

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