Short Films at CCA
Thursday 19 September 2019, 10:00am
Subtitles Closed Captions

Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow

Throughout the festival we will be running a short film booth at CCA, where you can enjoy a diverse range of short films from our catalogue.

Free Short Films for Families
Youth Programme
Saturday 21 September 2019, 2:00pm

Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow

As part of Doors Open Days at CCA Glasgow, pop in to the cinema to enjoy a specially curated programme of short animated, documentary and fiction films that celebrate (bio)diversity, creativity, kindness and resilience.

Gods of Molenbeek
All Equal? Close Up Youth Programme
Saturday 21 September 2019, 5:30pm
Subtitles

Filmhouse, Edinburgh

Does God exist? What happens when we die? Brussels’ Molenbeek district has been, for most outsiders, synonymous with violent jihadism. For six-year-old friends Aatos and Amine, however, it is just home: the playground in which they listen to spiders whisper, or argue over who will get the front seat on the magic carpet that will take them to the land of their ancestors.

Grit
Close Up Sisters Truth To Power Youth Programme
Saturday 21 September 2019, 7:30pm
Subtitles

Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow

Dian was six when an earthquake, set off by natural gas drilling in the area, led to a tsunami of mud hurtling towards her village. Ten years later, thousands of people in her community still seek reparation from the powerful mining company responsible for the damage.

Free Short Films for Families
Youth Programme
Sunday 22 September 2019, 2:00pm

Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow

As part of Doors Open Days at CCA Glasgow, pop in to the cinema to enjoy a specially curated programme of short animated, documentary and fiction films that celebrate (bio)diversity, creativity, kindness and resilience.

The Prosecutors
All Equal? Sisters Truth To Power
Sunday 22 September 2019, 7:30pm

Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow

Often considered collateral damage instead of a war crime, sexual violence has, for centuries, been instrumentalised to control and terrorise entire communities in conflict zones. Can we end the use of this insidious tool of war, and how effective are legal frameworks in prosecuting culprits?