On Friday 26th January, from 6.00 – 7.30pm, we will partner with GMAC Film to host a fundraiser screening at their Glasgow hub in response to the current emergency in Gaza.

All proceeds from the event will be donated to Medical Aid Palestine and tickets can be purchased on a Pay What You Can basis using the button at the bottom of this page.

Four films are being screened on the night, including Sharp Shorts supported GO HOME. Which tells the story of a Palestinian woman claiming asylum in the UK. She faces the indifference of British bureaucracy and the disillusionment of an asylum officer who decides to leave the country for good. Read an interview with GO HOME director Razan Madhoon here.


The films being shown are;

  • GO HOME – Directed/written by Razan Madhoon, produced by David Jack and Paul Welsh. (2021, 14 mins)
  • THE CITIES I LIVE IN – Directed by Rabie Mustapha, produced by Michael Hewitt. (2022, 11 mins)
  • NIGHT – Directed/written by Ahmad Saleh, produced by Jessica Neubauer, Saleh Saleh, and Fabian Driehorst. (206, 16 mins)
  • THE PLACE THAT IS OURS – Directed by Dorothy Allen-Pickard, written by Zena Agha. (2021, 13 mins)

Film content

These films explore subject matter such as war, colonization, displacement, and other unsettling or potentially triggering themes. GMAC have created a designated comfortable space to the second left as you leave the screening room. If you need a moment to yourself during the screening, please feel free to utilise this space.


  • The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you require a wheelchair space, please request this in advance by emailing Caitlin@gmacfilm.com.
  • Captions for D/deaf and Hard-of-Hearing audiences are available for the screening.
  • If you require alternative access needs or require travel support, please email caitlin@gmacfilm.com.

If you have any questions about the screening, accessibility, or booking your ticket, direct them to caitlin@gmacfilm.com please.

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