Due to COVID-19 we have taken the decision to move the Unrestricted View Film Festival online.
Here is the festival brochure:
How this works:
You buy a ticket (either a day pass or a festival pass) and the day before the screening you will be sent a link and password (so keep an eye on spam just in case!). Each day the line up films available changes.
Monday 13th July
The 3 screenings are:
They Sing up on the Hill
Directed by: Ian Allardyce &
Feature 86 mins
Music is the heart-beat of today’s Ulaanbaatar City. But, Od, a once successful but now egotistical singer questions its value. Another bright-hearted singer, Gegee, tries to reconnect him to the joy of their community and heritage. And yet it is a rediscovered traditional song that will show him how to live and how to create.
A Soul Journey
Dir: Marco Della Fonte
Documentary 75 mins
In the last 30 years, some of the greatest “legends” of Soul and R&B have performed at Porretta Soul in Italy, the greatest
Soul music festival in the world. A Soul Journey is not just simply a music documentary, it is a film narrating many aspects
of the intricate and delicate lives of these artists, and in particular, their artistic, human and emotional journeys to perform in such a small village lost in the Italian mountains. The film captures the incredible, yet fascinating cultural mix taking place during the festival, when artists coming from Memphis, Chicago and New Orleans, meet the people of a small Italian village, eager to welcome and support them in every possible way.
Self-Isolation (Dir: Blake Ridder) UK
Black Mass (Dir: Scott Lyus) UK
Helena (Dir: Paul Wyett) UK
Lady What Does (Dir: Sara Jordan) UK
Those of Us (Dir: Kieran Bourne) UK
Miraculum (Dir: CLAIRE EYHERAMENDY, Jean Baptiste Escary, Etienne Fagnère, Johan Cayrol, Alo Trusz) France
Tristan & Kelly (Dir: Sarah Ann Masse, Nick Afka Thomas) USA
Termination of Services Rendered (Dir: Dann Emmons) UK