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.
Wednesday 15th July
The 3 screenings are:
Eerie Fairy Tales
Dir: Mart Sander
Feature 93 mins
An anthology of bizarre, fantastic and spooky tales from the past, present and future, dealing with curses, witches, perfect crime and unexplained mysteries.
After the Murder of Albert Lima
Dir: Aengus James
Documentary 95 mins
AFTER THE MURDER OF ALBERT LIMA is the story of a young American man whose father was murdered in Honduras, and his 13 year struggle to bring the killer to justice. After years
of lobbying the US government and going through the proper legal channels in Honduras, he believes his only way to get justice is to do it himself. Externally, this action-thriller follows a man who has hired two private investigators to fly to Honduras with him to take down a known killer and possible drug dealer – and the fallout of that decision. Internally, this is the story of a man who struggles to define justice in this world.
Breakdown (Dir: Dominic O’Riordan) UK
Gone (Dir: Joan Bentosela) France
Dinner With Mum (Dir: Daniel Harding) UK
Nobody’s Darling (Dir: Sophia Carr-Gomm) UK
Sorrow (Dir: Sam Edwards) UK
Tickle (Dir: Chris Chalklen) UK
The World as She Knows It (Dir: Shant Salkhorian) USA