The Long and the Short of It

Glasgow Short Film Festival has established itself as one of Scotland’s most consistently interesting and ambitious film festivals, through an imaginative programme with an international reach. Short films often – essentially – break down into two kinds – short narrative films made by younger directors as calling cards into the industry, which may often repeat … Continue reading The Long and the Short of It

Lucid Dreamer

Apichatpong Weerasethakul is one of the most remarkable directors working in contemporary cinema.  He has created a dazzling series of narrative features, shorts and installations, united by their playfulness and their sheer visual and aural beauty, which constitute one of the most singular and distinctive bodies of work in twenty first century cinema. His cinema … Continue reading Lucid Dreamer

Love Music, Hate Racism with Machines in Heaven

Machines in Heaven interviewed by Brian Beadie  Radical Film Network Scotland isn’t just about film screenings, but about social events allowing filmmakers, activists and academics to meet and discuss issues around radical film. And also to party. Tonight sees a Love Music Hate Racism gig at the QMU, with one of Glasgow’s more interesting younger bands, … Continue reading Love Music, Hate Racism with Machines in Heaven