The short film weekend at Glasgow Film Festival was established in 2008 by short film exhibitor The Magic Lantern, in partnership with the Centre for Contemporary Arts. The event has since grown to become Scotland’s leading competitive short film festival. In 2015 GSFF made a decisive change of date from February to March, finally distinguishing the festival from its 'mother' Glasgow Film Festival.
In only eight years GSFF has earned an international reputation for quality curation. This is reflected in the increasing numbers of filmmakers, talent spotters and festival programmers who attend each year, from across Europe, North America and Asia. GSFF has been invited to collaborate with festivals and exhibitors in China, Croatia, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and across the UK.
Scottish Audience Award - All Scottish entries are eligible. Prize: commission to create GSFF trailer for the following year’s festival.
Documents and Other Requisite Items
Subtitles language: English
No premiere requirement
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The film must be under 50 minutes total duration. A film is considered eligible for the Scottish competition if at least two of the following key positions - director, writer, producer - are filled by people resident in Scotland. Other films may be considered eligible for the Scottish competition at the discretion of the festival team, if production took place in Scotland and/or a significant proportion of cast and/or crew are resident in Scotland.
The film must be under 50 minutes total duration.