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I Only Have Eyes For You

I Only Have Eyes For You

Comedy & Drama, Film, August 2, 2019

Aided by some travel logs and photographs from a party, a hopeless romantic sets out to track down the man of her dreams.

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Please Leave Me

Please Leave Me

Film, NaSTA Entries, February 4, 2019

After the mysterious death of her best friend Micah, Naomi begins to wonder why she can’t start grieving and whether she’ll ever be allowed to move on with her life. This programme is our entry for the NaSTA 2019 Best Writing award.

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Anywhere You Go

Anywhere You Go

Comedy & Drama, Film, January 12, 2019

A short film about the relationship of Beatrice and Melanie, who live in a near-future where food is scarce and the government can relocate people at their whim. Original music by Armand Daniaud.

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Love Potion No. 9

Love Potion No. 9

Comedy & Drama, Film, October 31, 2018

Two young women fight over the man of their dreams, but when a mysterious lady shows up with a bottle of Love Potion No. 9… spookiness ensues.

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RIP-Off

RIP-Off

Comedy & Drama, Film, December 8, 2017

CONTENT WARNING: Self harm, suicide, blood. Two narcissistic flatmates must survive a unique supernatural phenomenon in a dark comedy that explores social taboo, friendship, and lynching.

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in short: Blueprint B-Roll

in short: Blueprint B-Roll

Film, December 6, 2017

First in a two-part series, this episode of ‘in short’ looks at Glasgow’s short film scene. Theo Hornsey is in conversation with Hans Lucas about the side project of Blueprint which is in the B-Roll series. Blueprint is an organisation that supports independent Scottish short films and filmmakers.

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RISE

RISE

Film, November 29, 2016

This short film tells the story about a passionate atheists whose disbelief is challenged as she is seemingly pushed towards God.

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Book Club on Civil Street

Book Club on Civil Street

Features, March 24, 2012

A different take on your neighbourhood bookclub is portrayed in this short film made by GUST’s very own Tasha Rapkin.

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Student Spotlight: Cliff Andrade’s Tony Blair

Student Spotlight: Cliff Andrade’s Tony Blair

Film, February 1, 2012

Continuing our Student Spotlight series, Deborah Halliday speaks to filmmaker Cliff Andrade about his work and we showcase his film; Tony Blair.

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