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, Følkløric 2: What a Shame She Went Mad, 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

Chef Gustav (Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Luke Frangeskou)
A proud chef is cooking a fancy meal and is forced to fight a mischievous cat who will stop at nothing to steal the food he is cooking.
Gaelic In The Chest (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: Parker Dawes)
What chaos there’d be, if every English word in the world turned to Gaelic!
Growin' Pains (Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Sammson Orr)
During a family argument, a teenager flees to the garden to find relief from the noise and conflict inside, but the argument follows them and cannot be escaped.
Kitchen Madness (Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Fiona Stewart)
A long night in the kitchen for a passionate chef. Orders prove to be too much to manage and his composure starts to slip…
The Lost Voices Of Partition (Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Stacey Bias)
An animation showcasing the stories of South Asian women during the Partition of India and Pakistan, touching on the themes of mass migration, dislocation, trauma, silence, loss, love and hope.
Making Mountains (Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Sammi Duong)
An overthought monologue about overthinking.
Many Moons (Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Ross Sneddon)
John Peake, a scientist living on Europa, battles a sense of deep loneliness and the impending demise of human efforts to make the Jupiter moon habitable.
Not A Robot (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: George Summers)
A robot attempts a robbery.
Papergee And The Spider (Country: UK; Year: 2019; Director: Douglas Irvine)
A heartwarming tale of a little paper girl who comes to life from a newspaper and goes on an adventure with a friendly spider.
Poultry In Motion (Country: UK; Year: 2019; Director: Alistair Kerr)
Two hens are wooed by a new resident to the chicken coup.
Runelight (Year: 2022; Director: Matt O'Donnell)
A vulnerable forest creature coping with loss reluctantly leaves the dark cave of depression to follow the glowing lights leading her onwards.
The Tearaway (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Eleanor Stewart)
A group of woodland friends try to solve the mystery of who is cutting down all the trees in the forest.

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