5 October | 4 pm | Film City Glasgow | TICKETS
A selection of films directed by women and competing for the Best Female Perspective Short
Border Crossing by Agnieszka Chmura | Poland | 2019 | A thriller based in the summer of 1989, the final year of communism in Eastern Europe, inspired by a childhood memory of crossing the border – not only between countries, but between the instinctive world of nature and the incomprehensible world of the adults.
The Pact by Natalie Medlock | New Zealand | 2018 | Faced with a terminal diagnosis, an elderly couple makes a suicide pact but at the moment of death one betrays the other and breaks it.
Torron by Susanna Wright | UK | 2019 | There are a lot of good people out there and you can become one of those good people.
Chicken by Paula C. Frias | UK | 2019 | Every day is the same. Or is it?
Eternity by Anna Sobolevska | Ukraine | 2018 | 2058. Corporations digitize the souls of the dying and place them in the digital world beyond the grave forever. Young guy Ian is strongly against digitalizing. The sudden car crash, makes Ian go against his principles. He wants to bring back to life his wife, who is in a coma after the accident.
SUFUKU by Edie Walwyn-Gaston | UK | 2019 | María is a young woman feeling the sting of youth unemployment. An outsider in her group of friends, she finds both solace and a source of income in completing Sudoku puzzles for prizes. Spending her newfound cash on drink and drugs, María begins to lose touch with the world around her, leading to complication and resentment.
Fever by Cong Chen | China | 2019 | Fever is a short film focused on the growth of an isolated adolescent girl in the background of northeast China in 1997.
Blooming by Dora Šustić | Czech Republic | 2019 | Two sisters, Alma and Lila, enjoy their playful time together, having a bath. One evening, faced with a strange sensation, Alma experiences the beginning of a transformation.
Konrad & Paul by Sarah Schill | Germany | 2018 | Paul, an outsider in his class, meets Konrad, a tramp who shows him, that true freedom means being able to choose who you want to be. Even if that means to give a bold guy a decent haircut.
Total Runtime: 100 mins