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Glenda’s Last Tattoo

Directed by Andrew Hinton

A short portrait of Glenda Goldwater, a politically minded Francophile who has come to tattoos late in life. Judges Award:

Globe Trot

Directed by Mitchell Rose

An international crowdsourced dance-film project, in which 50 filmmakers from all seven continents each shoot two seconds of dance by

Glory at Sea

Directed by Benh Zeitlin

The survivors of a flood construct a vessel with the help of a mysterious man. Together, they set out to

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Godhead

Directed by Connor Gaston

A broken family learns to cope when their autistic son shows them everything they need without saying anything.

Gone

Directed by Helena Jónsdottir, Vera Sölvadóttir

Who is living your life at this moment? A physical meditation on identity and the self.

Gradual Speed

Directed by Els van Riel

In Els van Riel’s Gradual Speed, the image in each vignette appears through time much like a photograph developing while

Grandpa and Me and a Helicopter to Heaven

Directed by Asa Blanck, Johan Palmgren

An unsentimental young boy goes on a final excursion with his grandfather to collect chanterelle mushrooms.

Great

Directed by Andreas Henn

Nikola, a young Serbian projectionist, has had more than enough of the occupying Nazis, but instead of emulating his violent

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Ground London

Directed by Dustin Morrow

Explore the eco-urban tourist landscape of one of the world’s most visited cities from a perspective less than three inches

Guida

Directed by Rosana Urbes

Guida sees a newspaper ad about life drawing classes and finds inspiration and transformation.

Gus Van Sant: Early Influences

Directed by Various

This program presents a selection of experimental works from the 1960s, made by some of the foremost practitioners of the

H(i)J

Directed by Guillaume Cailleau

A hand-processed film that is extremely rich in contrast. More than with standard black–and–white material, the black and white here