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INTERNATIONAL FILM AWARDS

Film Awards

Join us for our annual awards ceremony at the CCA, as we honour the very best submissions to our international film competition. It’s your chance to get a first look at the award-winning titles that will be screening throughout the weekend and join us in welcoming talented filmmakers from across the world. Followed by a drinks reception.

2018 AWARD WINNERS

Animation

Maybe It’s Me

UK

An animator reconstructs images from his past, revealing his love for his grandfather and the unreliability of memory.

Fri 11 May, 5.30pm | UK Shorts

Community

Riding Through the Dark

UK

Elite and non-elite cyclists tell of the demons they encounter as they ride through mental and physical darkness.

Fri 11 May, 5.30pm | UK Shorts

Documentary

Crazy

USA

A man living with schizophrenia comes into conflict with the healthcare system as he attempts to exercise control over his treatment.

Fri 11 May, 8pm

Drama

Horizon

Netherlands

A grieving teenager struggles to control her anger while preparing for a diving competition.

Sat 12 May, 2pm

Experimental

below the neck, above the knees

USA

A filmmaker shares diaristic stories from her life, contemplating her community’s experiences with bodily trauma.

Sun 13 May, 3.30pm | Embodied Trauma

Personal Narrative

Sanctioned

UK

After a sexual assault, a young woman uses life modelling to re-examine her relationship with her body.

Sun 13 May, 1.30pm | Embodied Trauma

Short Documentary

Rocknrollers

Netherlands

A young singer is supported through his depression by his two best friends – his bandmates.

Sat 12 May, 5pm | International Shorts

Short Drama

Being Keegan

UK

A naval officer returns to his childhood home in Liverpool and the scene of a traumatic incident from his youth.

Fri 11 May, 5.30pm | UK Shorts

Voices of Experience

Lou Bëth Xayma

Belgium

Using stop motion techniques, artists at a Senegalese psychiatric clinic explore their experiences with art therapy.

Sat 12 May, 5pm | International Shorts

Youth Perspective

But Honey, You Look Fine

Australia

A young filmmaker documents her closest friend’s struggle with bulimia, using footage they recorded together.

Fri 11 May, 3.30pm | Youth Perspective

Thu 10th May
6PM - 8PM

Venue

Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD
Booking Info:

FREE