Glasgow Film Festival has, in a ‘festival within the festival’ offshoot, announced a quartet of indie music-themed screenings.
On Saturday 11th February (at 21.00 in the CCA Theatre) there’s a showing of Douglas Hart‘s music videos and a discussion with the director Hart was a founder member of The Jesus and Mary Chain, and in the 80s shot videos for the likes of My Bloody Valentine and The Stone Roses. More recently his output of over 100 short films has included work with the Horrors, so his programme is not yet finalised, but will include his football documentary ‘Brazil 1970: The Sexiest Kick-Off’ which has music by Primal Scream. (more info)
Thursday 9th February sees the opening party of the Short Film Festival and at 22.30, in The Berkeley Suite, Matthew Collings will perform excerpts from his lo-fi soundtrack to Hákon Pálsson’s Guilt (showing in both GSFF’s Scottish and Icelandic programmes), with Lorcan Doherty on violin and Ally Winford on guitar, followed by an Icelandic themed DJ set. (more info)
On Friday 10th, at 21.00 in The Berkeley Suite, Butcher Boy will perform a live soundtrack to Scottish director Enrico Cocozza’s film Chick’s Day (more info)
And on Sunday 12th at 20.30h in the CCA Theatre, Hanna Tuulikki (most recently spotted on RM Hubbert’s new album) will perform ‘Air falbh leis na h-eòin’ (Away with the Birds), with Nerea Bello and Lucy Duncombe, incorporating short films from the Scottish Screen Archive. (more info)
More at the GFF website