Unrestricted View Film Festival 2021 – 2nd May (Day Seven)

2nd May (all day online). Festival Pass £25, Day Pass £10.

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Seven Thousand Souls

Feature Documentary

Directed by Sanjin Miric

Czech Republic, 59 mins.

Serbia alone had lost a third of its entire population in the Great War, almost half its men.
This film talks about those that never returned home from the two biggest Austria-Hungarian prisoner camps on the territory of today’s Czech Republic – Jindřichovice and Broumov.
A film that I owed to my nation.
SEVEN THOUSAND SOULS is a documentary – a feature film about the suffering of Serbian and Russian soldiers and interned civilians in Austro-Hungarian camps on the territory of today’s Czech Republic, Jindrihovice and Broumov. The camps had about 500 facilities where there were about 60,000 prisoners of war.
Extremely difficult working conditions, no food, no shoes and clothes, winter and infectious diseases, all this affected the fact that 7,100 Serbs did not survive the camps. There is a mausoleum in Jindrihovice where the remains are victims of these camps – 7100 Serbs and 189 Russians. It is the second largest Serbian tomb in the world.


Shorts: Shorts 7

The Old Civilian (Kia Khalili Pir. UK, 20.5 mins)

Anagnorisis (Arturo Duenas Herrero, Spain, 15 mins)

Code Red (Ella Janes, USA, 14 mins)

Night’s End (Jan-Niclas Thul, Germany, 14 mins)

Wooden Character (Robert Duncan, UK, 12 mins)

Isodate (Mary Mullan, UK, 9 mins)

The Last Jeff (Ben Robins, UK, 5.5 mins)


Shorts: Shorts 8

I Am Your Sister (Claudia Priddy, Zoe Ellender, UK, 19.5 mins)

The Stain (Shoresh Vakili, Iran, 12.5 mins)

The Lying Angel (Gert Vandenbroele & Kris Mergan, Belgium, 12.5 mins)

The Day Before (Julien Lonchamp, UK, 12 mins)

In Isolation (Edmund C. Short, UK, 10 mins)

The Date (James Taylor MacArthur, Uk, 6.5 mins)

Rhythm Adjustment (Adam Sturman, UK, 6 mins)

A Letter to Sarah (Carolin Pech, UK, 5.5 mins)

Close Sight (Sam Arjmandi, Iran, 5 mins)


Documentary Shorts 2

The Daring Young Girl on the Flying Trapeze- Artist’s Cut (Nina Ross, UK, 38.5 mins)

The Spectrum – Documentary (Harry C. Iloghalu, UK, 22.5 mins)

White Widow (Benoît Mars, France, 20 mins)

Hackney Dissent (Lil Warren, UK, 13 mins)

Protest on the Plaza (Kevin Kelly, USA, 10.5 mins)

You can buy either a day or whole festival pass here. We’ll be in touch a few days before the festival starts with links & pass codes so you can watch the films. Enjoy!