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Submerged // 15mins // UK // 2014 // Australian Premiere

During the 1950’s the British Navy conducted a series of teleportation experiments using Submarines. When one such experiment goes badly wrong, submariner Billy Bourne wakes from dreaming about ‘Baby’, his sweetheart, to discover he is alone onboard his submarine.

Director – Darren Mapletoft

 

Reprieve // 29.45mins // Canada // 2015 // Australian Premiere

An American veteran has the chance to face the remaining members of an innocent family he accidentally killed in a firefight while serving overseas.

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: LORIAN JAMES DELMAN

 

No Man’s Land // 4mins // Finland // 2014

Famous story from the trenches of World War One, when British and German soldiers made a brief truce for Christmas Day. A machinima film created using anthropomorphic animal characters and filmed entirely in Second Life.

Director: Vilvi Rae

 

Butcherty // 5.41mins // France // 2014

“The latest attack cost (figures given by officers) eighty thousands men and one billion 5 hundred millions of francs for munitions. And at this price, we gained 4 kilometers to find before us new trenches.” Soldier Michel LANSON – July 1915

Director: Bernard Capitaine (aka iono ALLEN)

 

Ricochet // 14mins 48secs // Netherlands // 2014 // Australian Premiere

A young soldier returns from a mission of months in Afghanistan. The reunion with his girlfriend is difficult for him. The happiness of coming home contrasts too starkly with the traumatic loss of a pal in the theatre of war. Film about the struggle to cope with combat experiences after returning home from the front.

Directors: Wout Malestein

 

Ramble // 6mins 23mins // Germany // 2015 // Australian Premiere

Based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethes “Osterspaziergang” Ramble takes us on a romantic journey through nature, but sometimes we crave paradies so much that we lose track of reality. The light of the sun is not always beautiful. It can as well be dazzling.

Director: Andreas Ramm

Ramble

 

The Rat’s Dilema // 10mins 8secs // Israel // 2014

In the Holocaust, a gifted Jewish physicist named Rudolph is forced to build a teleporter for the Nazis. Rudolph keeps telling his Nazi supervisor Heinz that the machine doesn’t work yet, but Heinz suspects Rudolph is hiding something. As Heinz is determined to squeeze the truth out by any means necessary, Rudolph soon has to face the dilemma of his life.

Directors – Naor Meningher

The-Rats-Dilema film

 

Winged Warriors // 12.19mins // United Kingdom // 2014 // Australian Premiere

When life in the trenches depends on a bird.

Director: Evy Barry

Winged Warriors

 

Friend Or Foe // 18mins // Malta // 2015 // Australian Premiere

Malta, 1941. RAF Squadron Leader James Alden is given the order to escort a German child to safety. His success or failure will decide on the outcome the war. When seeking shelter from a night-time air-raid, James is confronted with a stranger…

DIRECTOR/PRODUCER: Shirley Spiteri Mintoff

Friend or Foe movie

 

Desertion // 8.49 // United Kingdom // 2015 // Australian Premiere

Rob, a young soldier wearing a war-torn uniform, walks towards an imposing tower block. He calls the intercom at the entrance, gripping a red box in his hand.

Director BEN REID (MEERKAT FILMS)

desertion film

 

Purple Heart // 15mins // USA // 2014

Purple Heart tells the story of a young Iraq War veteran caught in the downward spiral of PTSD. His girlfriend, a deaf artist, tries to help him but he pushes her away. As his life unravels, he begins to lose control, veering towards tragedy. Will the war

Director: Peter Kiwitt

Purple Heart

 

 

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