Unrestricted View (Online) Film Festival – Saturday 18th July

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 of films available changes.

Saturday 18th July

The 3 screenings are:

Beautiful in the Morning

Dir: Flavia Casà
Feature 84 mins

Set against the British seaside, Beautiful in the Morning is about three generations of women whose personal crossroads interfere with their attempts to reconnect. We follow Marielle, the youngest, as she struggles to spend time with her family. But her loyalties are tested by the arrival of a stranger. This man channels each woman’s need for change, and this story explores the inner contradictions and desires that women face today.

Web Series

The Deal (Stuart Black, George Felner) UK
Call it a Day (Kieran Bourne) UK
Red Velvet Revolution (Dir: Viviana Di Capua) UK
The Circle (Dir: Carlton Thompson) USA
The General (Dir: Sherill Turner) UK
The Blue Marble (Dir: Ralf Toporoff) USA
Tuesday Afternoon Kitchen (Dir Dan Summers) UK
Would Like to Meet (Dir: Louie Baylis, Rachel Bayliss, Gaynor Faye) UK
Location Scouts (Dir: Christiaan Van Vuuren, Connor Van Vuuren) Australia

Shorts 6

Paper Boy (Dir: Daniel Ward Garber) UK
Silver City (Dir: Scott Dexter) UK
Blue Ashes (Dir: Thaddeus Christandl) France
Strings of Hope ( Dir: Samuel Sotiega) UK
Hunting (Dir: Jack Hawkins) UK
The Passport (Dir: Hanieh Bavali) Iran
The Second Hearing (Dir: Stuart Black, Nick Mather) UK