Unrestricted View Film Festival 2022 – Day 4 (April 28th)

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  • Webseries Competition
     28 April, 2022
     2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
  • In Their Eyes
     28 April, 2022
     4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
  • In The Name of Art
     28 April, 2022
     6:00 pm - 7:50 pm
  • Soundproof
     28 April, 2022
     8:00 pm - 9:40 pm

April 28th 2pm, 4pm, 6pm & 8pm £8

 

2pm – Web Series Competition

(mis)placed (Directed by Erin Roberts & Adam Olson

Self Help Series 2 (Directed by Bethan Williams & Tom Bridger)

TRALALA BANG BANG (Directed by Julien Lahmi)

Arthur – Second Season (Directed by Nick Rusconi)

KEEP THIS FAR APART (Directed by Tyne Rafaeli & Whitney White)

30 Days Till I Meet Her (Directed by Jennifer Monk)

 

4pm – In Their Eyes

Directed by Arnaud Blin (France, 44 mins)

Rémy Cassigneul was 19, Marguerite Cassigneul 17 when, on June 6, 1944, the Allied forces landed in Normandy.
They expected to see Americans, their ears theirs soon made it clear that they were Canadians. Of young men barely older than them who, after 4 years of occupation, freed them from occupation German in the Juno Beach area. A bunch of
sand of ten kilometers stretching from Courseulles in Saint-Aubin-sur-mer. 75 later, Marguerite and Rémy are part of this family increasingly reduced witnesses to the D-Day landings, those whose eyes say “I was there”. For them, this famous D-Day is not a simple page from a history book, a chapter from a documentary. This is an essential part of their life that they have agreed to share with us, in this documentary, on the occasion commemorations of the 75th anniversary of
Landing.

6pm – In the Name of Art

Directed by Emmanuel Plasseraud (France, 111 mins)

For a criminal docu-fiction, an actress plays the role of a visual arts student who killed a businessman. But during the shoot, she realizes that the producer is lying about what really happened, and discovers the revolutionary scope of the student’s act.

8pm – Soundproof

Directed by Margaret Rogerson & Mark Hayman (UK, 98 mins)

The life of single mum (JO) spirals out of control when her fragile teenage daughter (IZZY) kills her violent boyfriend (KEV). Along with angry son (DYLAN), this broken family flee the city and head for the coastal wastelands. Unbeknownst to them, they’re carrying drug money that belongs to Kev’s criminal brother (PETE).

When their car breaks down Jo does the last thing she should; she picks up a stranger (TOM) who promises to keep the car running. Worryingly he refuses to move on when they arrive at their destination.

Meanwhile, a furious Pete kidnaps Jo’s best friend (MILAN) and heads after them. Milan, however, turns out to be more than he bargained for and his mission takes a turn of its own. Waiting for Izzy’s Instagram breadcrumbs to lead them to the cash, this unlikely pair hole up in a seedy Motel.

Marooned in their coastal hideaway, Tom bonds with Dylan but Izzy doesn’t trust him. She watches their developing relationship with mounting horror and implores Jo not to allow Tom near the family. Jo promises to keep him out of their caravan but just can’t help herself when it comes to men …

Will Pete find them before he’s forced to find himself? Will Tom’s past effect this family’s future? And can Izzy make sense of what she’s done and what’s been done to her?

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