Now we are ten! Let’s span time together, indulging ourselves with nine films handpicked from each previous edition of GSFF. No obvious choices – none of our award winners will be included and we’ll steer clear of anything too serious… for the most part at least. We’ll show you what we think constitutes the perfect GSFF film – honest, questioning, fresh and inventive, making a virtue of limited means and above all fun. Join us for great movies, maybe a glass of something and a fistful of cake.
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- Autism friendly
- Dementia friendly
The Control Master
Halftone City, USA. A peaceful metropolis of family values and space age dreams. What happens when a powerful device falls into the hands of scientist turned villain Doctor Moire?
The Saddest Boy in the World
Timothy Higgins is the saddest boy in the world. Friendlessness, suburban complacency and prescription drugs have conspired against him to make this his worst year yet.
Gates of Life
Brief moments of life stolen from passing-by strangers form a sequence of events hidden in plain sight.
Symphony No 42
47 observations on the irrational connections between humans and nature.
How To Abandon Ship
It began on a train; uncomfortable side-glances and a hot dog dripping down her blouse. They would find themselves on a first date and soon enough taking part in the age-old custom of cohabitation. However, what starts as a voyage to paradise suddenly veers off course.
A young street musician plays the accordion to earn a living. One day while he is playing in front of a mosque, his accordion is confiscated.
A middle-aged lady on holiday in the sun tries to make new friends and have a good time.
Everyday life. Oh joy?
Times are grim but for Hector things are about to get ghastly. A sinister contagion has overtaken Glasgow turning people into dancing maniacs! Quickstep your way into the urban nightmare that is – CHOREOMANIA.