Romano Lav - selected shorts for GIFC

Romano Lav - selected shorts for GIFC

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New Phoenix Cinema

Niddrie Road


G42 8PR

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Romano Lav is a charity organisation challenging discrimination and promoting equality for Roma people in Scotland

About this event

April 17th (film title)



When there's a party in Govanhill, a neighbour learns a valuable lesson.

The premiere of a short film made by local Roma young people with Romano Lav as part of the Govanhill Bath's Culture Collective project, under the guidance of local filmmakers Meray Diner and Ciaran Pasi.

I Like Life a Lot


Kati Macskássy



Children's everyday lives in the Komló settlement in the 1970s as portrayed through their own colorful drawings, animated with help from art teachers, revealing a both cruel and playful reality.

Source: IMDB

+ a selection of Roma-made short films from across the decades.


About Romano Lav:

Continuing the tradition of bringing dynamic and bold Romani cinema to a Govanhill audiences (Romano Lav alongside Southside Film created the first Roma film festival in the UK - CineRoma), they have partnered with GAMIS to present a selection of compelling short films by and about Roma. Featuring exciting new work made by local young people as part of the Govanhill Baths Culture Collective project, as well as international short films.


£0 - £12


About GAMIS:

Glasgow Artists’ Moving Image Studios (GAMIS) is a charitable organisation committed to supporting experimental arts and community-focused film programming in Govanhill.


Programmed as part of Govanhill International Festival and Carnival 2022

Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland and by Scotland Loves Local

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