Sunday 29 September | The Flying Duck | 7 pm | Tickets
For a second year, Scalarama Glasgow is hosting our pre-festival shorts screenings, followed by a party. Just so we can put you in the right mood, few days before the start of WoFF 2019!
Join us for an hour of short films, specially selected to tickle your appetite for what you will be watching at Film City Glasgow the following weekend. After the screening, we clear out the dance floor, so you can practice your best moves with some of Glasgow’s most promising DJ talents.
And the best part? It’s FREE. Just bring yourselves and a few friends! Reserve your spot now on Eventbrite.
Skin by Guy Nattiv & Jaime Ray Newman | US | 20′ | A small supermarket in a blue collar town, a black man smiles at a 10 year old white boy across the checkout aisle. This innocuous moment sends two gangs into a ruthless war that ends with a shocking backlash. *2019 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film
El Niño by Nikita Dunovits-Ferrier | Australia | 15′ | Ana, an Argentinian migrant, drives her teenage son, Leo, to Melbourne to meet his father for the first time.
In full bloom by Maegan Houang | USA | 10′ | After her husband’s death, Cecile becomes an agoraphobic hoarder, paradoxically practicing what she loves — gardening — indoors without the help of direct sunlight. Until she decides to order worms to grow a rare flower.
Missing Midnight by Damien Inderbitzin | Germany | 6′ | During a fatal night out George meets a stranger in a bar. As the two of them engage in a conversation that goes deeper and deeper into the complexity of the human mind, George begins to wonder if this seemingly by chance encounter was really as coincidental as it seemed at first.