The Forgotten Screening and Q & A
18th December, 2019, 7 p.m.
The Deep End Govanhill Baths Community Trust, 21 Nithsdale Street, Glasgow G41 2PZ
‘Everyone has their own ghost story.’ This short film by University of Glasgow postgraduate student Lindsey Kennedy explores the people and places of Glasgow who refuse to be forgotten. Followed by Q&A.
Whether or not you believe in the supernatural, everyone has their own ghost story – an unexplained encounter or sense of a presence that lingers, troubling them, even when they laugh about it or try to shrug it off as irrational.
At the same time, we are all looking for ways not to disappear, ways not to be invisible. To leave our mark – all the more so when we’re told we don’t have the right.
Through ghost stories, abandoned locations and conversations with people the city tries its best to ignore, this is a short film about the people and places who refuse to be forgotten.
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