Scotland Tag Archive

Live Action, Premiere

Two Thirty-Somethings Find Themselves in a Purgatorial State in Tom Gentle’s Existential Relationship Short ‘Close’

Tom Gentle deconstructs the thematic significance of the purgatorial communal stairwell setting of his existential short about a relationship crossroads.

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Live Action

Aaron John McIntyre’s Hazy Short ‘Gomorrah’ Finds a Recovering Addict Relapsing Amongst Glasgow’s Dingy Backstreets

Aaron John McIntyre explains how he cooked up the dingy, sleazy dreamlike atmosphere of his Glasgow industrial estate-set addiction drama short.

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Live Action

Gareth Malone’s Drama Short ‘Fly-Tipping’ Poignantly Presents the Turmoil of Losing an Unborn Child

Gareth Malone discusses the process of realistic and honest character development which lies at the heart of his short dealing with loss and grief.

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Live Action

Simone Smith’s Surreal Short ‘The Möbius Trip’ Explores the Inner Madness of All Chaotic Families

Simone Smith explains how she used visually outré imagery, claustrohobic frames and rear projection to find the madness of a chaotic family.

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Live Action, Premiere

James Price Explores the Lure of Gang Culture in ‘Infectious Nihilism and Small Metallic Pieces of Hope’

James Price describes the process of collaborating with author Graeme Armstrong and returning to an environment with deep personal history.

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Documentary, Premiere

Ross Donald’s ‘One Last Spin’ Brutally Lays Bare the Cost Behind Britain’s Pernicious Gambling Addiction

Ross Donald discusses mixing reconstructions with candid direct testimony in his advocacy documentary revealing the ugly side of the British gambling industry.

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Live Action, Premiere

A Dark Family Secret Is Delicately Uncovered in Reiff Gaskell’s Nuanced Father-Son Drama ‘Monster’

Reiff Gaskell explains his use of a shifting lighting scheme and thoroughly-composed score to create the unsettling journey of his family drama.

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Music

James Price Translates 70s New York into Modern Glasgow in Lo-Fi Crime Music Video ‘Diamonds Into Dust’

James Price returns to discuss using a humble handheld camera to create exhilarating Americana-influenced Glasgow crime music video 'Diamonds Into Dust'.

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Documentary

Duncan Cowles Takes a Hilarious Self-Depricating Journey Into Millenial Malaise in Series ‘Scary Adult Things’

Documentarian Duncan Cowles talks 'Scary Adult Things' and transitioning his signature comedic style from short film to a long-form series.

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Live Action, Premiere

A Man on the Brink of Self-Destruction Films His Final Moments in Jonny Blair’s Minimalistic ‘An Hero’

Jonny Blair explains how a lack of resources and self-confidence led to the creation of his striking webcam short about a man teetering on the edge.

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Animation, Asides, Music

Mike Vass: The Rainbow Of Your Last Days

Gavin C Robinson deploys comic storyboard frames to bring the emotional colours of Mike Vass' lyrics to life in 'The Rainbow Of Your Last Days'.

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Asides, Music

Sega Bodega: hopeless!!!

A risk-averse police officer abandons his duty to dive headlong into a lust fuelled night of hedonistic pleasure in Bryan M. Ferguson’s 'hopeless!!!'.

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