WoFF Glasgow Women of the World – Short Films Sun 4 October 2015 CCA

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WoFF Glasgow
Women of the World – Short Films

Sun 4 October 2015


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5.15pm, £5 (£4.50 concessions) + 60p booking fee, Cinema
Ages 12+
Book online / 0141 352 4900

Women in different places around the world, each completing her own emotional journey.

Pulling Up Roots

Directed by Cecelia Condit, US, 2015, 7m
Shorts Competition | Female Perspective

The emotional journey of a woman navigating the tenuous strain between the past and the future.

Hind’s Dream

Directed by Suzannah Mirghani, Qatar, 2015, 9m
Shorts Competition | Female Perspective

Hind, a bedouin girl, recounts a strange dream in a poetic monologue.

SLØR: By Any Mean A-veilable

Written & Directed by Charlotte Schiøler, France / Denmark, 2014, 17m
Shorts Competition | Female Perspective

Babette, a naïve but driven Danish woman looking for an apartment in Paris, embarks on an absurd mission fuelled by her fear of getting short-changed.

Love Comes Later

Written & Directed by Sonejuhi Sinha, US/India, 2015, 10m
Shorts Competition | Female Perspective

An unexpected discovery forces an undocumented motel employee to make a life changing decision.

I Wish It Was Night (Vorrei Che Fosse Notte)

Directed by Claudio Pelizzer, Italy, 2015, 9m
Shorts Competition

When love becomes obsession and madness, the desperate search of one’s self and of one’s past seems to be the only way you

My Sister’s Photo

Directed by Narges Kharghani, Iran, 2015, 2m
Shorts Competition | Female Perspective

The desperate attempt of a woman to help her sister.

Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD

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