Glasgow Short Film Festival

March 15-19, 2017

Glasgow, Scotland

What’s It All About?

The Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) is the largest competitive short film festival in Scotland. It champions new film talent by providing an annual showcase and meeting point for new and established Scottish and international filmmakers, industry delegates and the local audience. The programme celebrates diverse forms of cinematic expression, and foregrounds disruptive, ground-breaking work that transcends the boundaries of conventional narrative film.

GSFF curates unique, special programmes on particular movements or filmmakers of international importance, and hosts parties and live performances throughout the festival week.

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Kadambari

Kadambari drifts into her unconscious, lingering as a stranger to her latent anxieties that remain laced with the numbness of a riots-stricken homeland. The film is directed by Bhasmang Joshi and features Maria George, Nilesh Das and Aarti Prajapati.

The Guardian

The Guardian is about a love triangle, where uncertainty is the only winner. Selected under the Quantum Shorts section, the film is directed by
Chetan V Kotabage.

10th Anniversary Shorts

The Control Master

The Saddest Boy in the World

Gates of Life

Symphony No 42

How To Abandon Ship

The Accordion

Las Palmas

Onni

Choreomania

Blueprint: B Roll

Stand Up

Things Don’t Fit

You Ruined It

Self Help Dance

TPJ

Bloody Barbara

Peanut Butter

Inside

Fantasy

Jam!

Your Art Is Shit

The Microwave

Body Memory

Blueprint: Scottish Independent Shorts

The Man Who Kept Hearing His Name Getting Called Out

Reindeer Caught In The Headlights

Bruar

The Last Equinox

The Distances Between

Blizzard

The Turtle Terminator

International Competition 2: No Man’s Land

Ears, Nose and Throat

489 Years

Some Will Forget

Kadambari

My Deadly, Beautiful City

An Ecstatic Experience

Kaiju Bunraku

Quantum Shorts

Ampersand

Approaching Reality

Bolero

Novae

The Real Thing

Together – Parallel Universe

Tom’s Breakfast

Triangulation

Whitecap

Gunhild Enger 1: Earthly Delights

Bargain

Back-to-work

A Simpler Life

CZ06

Subtotal

Gunhild Enger 2: Enlightenment

Flora & Mark

Waiting for Happiness

Passion

Premature

Inbox

The Committee

Scottish Competition 1: Anything For You

V Day

Take Your Partners

Creeling

Nosey

Hula

Such is Life

The Magic Lantern Return

 

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