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Glasgow Short Podcast

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Welcome to the Glasgow Short podcast. This podcast series is part of Glasgow Short Film Festival.

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Ratchapoom Boonbunchachoke & Ren Scateni
In this special live episode, Thai filmmaker Ratchapoom Boonbunchachoke (winner of GSFF21's Bill Douglas Award with his thirty-minute stand-out Red Aninsri; or, Tiptoeing on the Still Trembling Berlin Wall, an inventive and playful "queer espionage film made in the tradition of Cold-War-era Thai dubbed film") has an in-person conversation with Ren Scateni (Head of Programme at Encounters Film Festival), discussing his filmmaking and approach to Thai history and the legacy of colonialism.
28:60
April 14, 2022
GSFF 2022 Team Preview
In this episode you will hear from some of Glasgow Short Film Festival's team. We discuss parts of the programme and what we’re looking forward to, starting with a chat between our Films Assistant Grace Feinmann and Guest Coordinator Heather Bradshaw. They chat about our Scottish and Bill Douglas Award competitions, as well as the Young Scottish Filmmaker Prize. Afterwards, you’ll hear from our Festival Director Matt Lloyd and Marketing Assistant Fibi Cowley. Marketing Manager Katie Goh and Sanne Jehoul will be closing the episode with a discussion on their own strands.  You can find out about the entire festival programme on glasgowshort.org, where you can also find out which elements of the programme you can access online.
42:28
March 18, 2022
Diana Toucedo & Ane Lopez
In this episode you will hear from Spanish filmmaker Diana Toucedo, who directed the 45-minute experimental and part-animated documentary Camille & Ulysse, in which philosophers and writers Donna Haraway and Vinciane Despret read from their own fabulations. Camille & Ulysse tell the interwoven stories of the first generation of their communities of humans and non-humans: the communities of compost. This conversation is hosted by Ane Lopez from A+E Collective, who curated the Eco-spectrality strand at GSFF this year.  You can find out about the entire programme on glasgowshort.org, where you can also find out which elements of the programme you can access online.
33:08
March 11, 2022
Barbed Wire Love Roundtable
In this episode writer and curator, Sara Greavu leads a discussion with Barbed Wire Love strand curators Peter Taylor and Myrid Carten as well as filmmakers Mariah Garnett, Desmond Bell and Margo Harkin. You can find further information on Barbed Wire Love and the films being shown this year via: glasgowshort.org/glasgow-short-film-festival/shows/barbed-wire-love-artists-filmmakers-and-their-north-of-ireland-troubles  For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
01:00:04
March 21, 2021
Festival Preview
This special episode is presented by Glasgow Short Co-Director Sanne Jehoul & Festival Director and Trustee Matt Lloyd who talk more about the GSFF 2021 edition. There are also interviews with Marketing Office Katie Goh & Festival Co-ordinator Heather Bradshaw, plus contributors Natasha Ruwona (Black Spacial Imaginaries), Peter Taylor and Myrid Carten (Barbed Wire Love), Jessica McGoff (Big Dog Energy) and Sean Welsh (Matchbox Cineclub) talk about the special strands they have programmed this year.  For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org The festival runs from 22-28 March 2021. 
43:38
March 20, 2021
Mahdi Fleifel & Laura Rantanen
Laura Rantanen, a Finnish filmmaker who is the recipient of the 2019 Bill Douglas Award, talks to 2020 Bill Douglas Award winner, Danish-Palestinian filmmaker Mahdi Fleifel about his film 3 Logical Exits You can view 3 Logical Exits in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/3-logical-exits You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
22:37
March 19, 2021
Laura Rantanen & Pamela Pianezza
French multimedia artist and visual arts teacher Pamela Pianezza talks to 2019 Bill Douglas Award winner, Finnish documentary filmmaker Laura Rantanen about her film Liminality & Communitas You can view Liminality & Communitas in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/liminality-communitas You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
21:13
March 18, 2021
Shalimar Preuss & Daniel Ebner
Daniel Ebner, Co-founder and Artistic Director of Vienna Shorts talks to 2018 Bill Douglas Award winner, French-Canadian filmmaker Shalimar Preuss about her film Strange Says The Angel You can view Strange Says The Angel in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/strange-says-the-angel You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
22:03
March 17, 2021
Douwe Dijkstra & Tara Judah
Tara Judah, Bristol-based film critic, writer and programmer talks to 2017 Bill Douglas Award winner, Dutch filmmaker Douwe Dijkstra about his film Green Screen Gringo. You can view Green Screen Gringo in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/green-screen-gringo You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
22:01
March 16, 2021
Anwar Boulifa & Ohna Falby
UK producer and founder of Life to Live Films Ohna Falby talks to 2016 Bill Douglas Award winner, British filmmaker Anwar Boulifa about his film A Short Guide to Re-Entry You can view A Short Guide to Re-Entry in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/a-short-guide-to-re-entry You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
22:47
March 15, 2021
Morgan Knibbe & Sanne Jehoul
Glasgow Short Film Festival Co-Director Sanne Jehoul talks to 2015 Bill Douglas Award Winner, Dutch filmmaker Morgan Knibbe about his film Shipwreck You can view Shipwreck in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/shipwreck You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
24:47
March 14, 2021
Zhu Rikun & Sarah Adam
German curator and programmer and member of the Hamburg screening collective A Wall Is A Screen, Sarah Adam, talks to 2014 Bill Douglas Award winner, Chinese filmmaker Zhu Rikun about his film The Questioning You can view The Questioning in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/the-questioning You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
20:60
March 14, 2021
Leonardo Sette & Caroline Sascha Cogez
Award-winning Danish-French director and writer Caroline Sascha Cogez talks to 2013 Bill Douglas Award winner Leonardo Sette about the film Enraged Pigs which he made with Isabel Penoni. You can view Enraged Pigs in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/enraged-pigs You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org
23:25
March 13, 2021
Jacob Schulsinger & Ian Sellar
Ian Sellar (Co-Head of Fiction, National Film and Television School) talks to the first-ever Bill Douglas Award winner Jacob Schulsinger who won for his film Fini in 2012. You can view Fini in its entirety by visiting: glasgowshort.org/shows/fini  You can find information about the Bill Douglas Award 10th Anniversary and all the other winning films via bit.ly/BillDouglas10th For full information on Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF) visit glasgowshort.org gRVuZj6ktwJVFkPNjG0z
24:05
March 02, 2021