Unrestricted View Film Festival 2023: Day Six – The Oldest Comedy Club in Britain, Traces, Coast Road & Perfectly Good Moment

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  • The Oldest Comedy Club in Britain
     29 April, 2023
     1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
  • Traces
     29 April, 2023
     3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
  • Coast Road
     29 April, 2023
     5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  • Perfectly Good Moment
     29 April, 2023
     7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

29th April 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm £8 (per screening), £12 (Day Pass) & £30 (Full Festival Pass)

The Oldest Comedy Club in Britain – 1pm

Directed by Joe Bor

Documentary 85 minutes (UK)

A documentary about the iconic comedy venue Downstairs at The Kings Head, the oldest comedy club in Britain, starring some of the UK’s most well known comedians.

Traces – 3pm

Directed by Dubravka Turic

Feature  98 Minutes  (Croatia)

After the death of her father, young scientist Ana fights with an identity crisis, being the last member of once big family. The changes inside her suddenly reflect in reality – loneliness, crisis, emigrations – and her scientific research of mystical symbols and human traces left in stone mysteriously interlace with her life until she regains her confidence, moves on, and finally stops hiding her vitiligo marks, traces of her traumas.


Coast Road – 5pm

Directed by Brian Stynes

Feature  68 minutes  (Ireland)

A group of tour bus passengers enjoying a pleasant day trip along scenic coastal roads, one of the passengers dies suddenly, before long, the bus driver begins to suspect that one or more of the other passengers know more than they are saying.
Taking some inspiration from French new wave of the 1960’s, using minimal crew and allowing the actors to improvise the script, You, the audience will feel as though you are one of the passengers on board the murder bus.
Cinematic escapism.


Perfectly Good Moment – 7pm

Directed by Lauren Greenhall

Feature  72 Minutes  (USA)

This psychosexual thriller asks the question: what happens when the things that make your relationship passionate and exciting are the same things that make it toxic?

Ruby and David have been together on-and-off for 8 years, since she was 19 and he 34. Six months after Ruby last ran out on him, she has returned. Once the initial bliss of the reunion wears off, old toxic patterns re-emerge. Is David too demanding and controlling or is Ruby just too sensitive? Is Ruby as delicate and demure as she appears to be…or is there something more sinister behind the surface? Why did Ruby really come back?

Perfectly Good Moment is Lauren Greenhall’s narrative directorial debut. It features Broadway star Stephen Carlile in his cinematic debut and Amanda Jane Stern (1 Angry Black Man, Lifetime’s Amish Witches). It marks Stern’s first feature screenwriting credit, and boasts an original score by Mdou Moctar’s Mikey Coltun.



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