Causeway

Causeway

Causeway // 92min // Drama // 2022 // USA

Director: Lila Neugebauer
Writers: Ottessa Moshfegh, Luke Goebel, Elizabeth Sanders

Causeway features Jennifer Lawrence as a military engineer who has returned to the United States from Afghanistan with a debilitating brain injury after an IED explosion. Emmy and Tony Award-nominee Brian Tyree Henry stars alongside Lawrence.

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A Wrap on the 7th Veterans Film Festival

A Wrap on the 7th Veterans Film Festival

Sunday, November 6, 2022. MATT NABLE’S TRANSFUSION, STARRING SAM WORTHINGTON, HAS WON THE COVETED RED POPPY AWARD FOR BEST FILM AT THE VETERANS FILM FESTIVAL Jury Chair Bruce Beresford announced Transfusion as the winner of the prestigious Howard Frank Van Norton...

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Greater Love

Greater Love

Greater Love // 5min // Documentary // 2022 // Australia

Director: Scott Heldorf & Selina Anne Miles
Writer: Adrian Humphries

As veterans, how do we pass the torch of remembrance to our children? A glimpse at the struggle to convey the meaning, gravitas and oftentimes futility of war to our children.

Inspired by Wilfred Owen’s poem “Greater Love”.

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The Search

The Search

The Search // 23min // Short Documentary // 2022 // USA

Writer/Director: Thomas Brouns
Producers: Dereka Bennett, Thomas Brouns

Three days after her high school graduation, Jasmine Lovett joins the Air Force. Initially, she thrives; but soon, she finds herself battling depression.

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Where is Anne Frank?

Where is Anne Frank?

Where is Anne Frank? // 100min // Animated Feature // 2021 // Israel

Director: Ari Folman

Where is Anne Frank begins with a miracle: Kitty, the imaginary friend to whom Anne Frank wrote in her famous diary, comes to life in present-day Amsterdam. Unaware that 75 years have gone by, Kitty is convinced that if she is alive, then Anne must be alive too. The film tells the story of Kitty’s quest across contemporary Europe to find her beloved friend.

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The Skin of Others

The Skin of Others

The Skin of Others // 91min // Documentary // 2022 // Australia

Writer/Director: Tom Murray

A story of modern Australia, told through the extraordinary life of Aboriginal WWI soldier Douglas Grant (c.1885-1951). A famous man in his day, Grant is a Forrest Gump figure … if Gump had been black, an intellectual, a journalist, a soldier, and a bagpipe player with a fine Scottish accent.

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Terzo Tempo

Terzo Tempo

Terzo Tempo // 20min // Drama // 2022 // Italy

Writer/Director: Stefano Monti

When they were children, three friends made a blood pact: they would never turn against one another. They couldn’t imagine that, a few years later, the Second World War would make them break it.

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The Ace and the Scout

The Ace and the Scout

The Ace and the Scout // 90min // Drama // 2022 // Canada

Director: Aaron Huggett

Inspired by the heroics of Ace pilot Billy Bishop and his 72 dogfight victories, two young men from small town Ontario join the late war effort, landing on the front lines of Northern France in August 1918.

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Not My Enemy

Not My Enemy

Not My Enemy // 78min // Documentary // 2022 // USA

Director: Kehinde Ishangi

Looking backward to move forward, Kehinde Ishangi, an African American choreographer, searches to uncover the truth about her absent father’s choices and reveals the real enemy of the Vietnam War.

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The Healing

The Healing

The Healing // 54min // Documentary // 2022 // Australia

Writer/Director: Nick Barkla

An inspiring documentary about transformation and getting a second chance in life. It explores a life-saving equine welfare program that brings traumatised ex-racehorses and traumatised military veterans together to help heal each other.

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Freedom Swimmer

Freedom Swimmer

Freedom Swimmer // 15min // Animated Short // 2022 //  UK

Writer/Director: Olivia Martin/McGuire

In order to understand the present, we need to shed light on the past. Freedom Swimmer documents one of the most extraordinary mass escapes of the 20th century and offers context for a city in uprise, today.

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War Trap

War Trap

War Trap // 117min // Drama // 2021 // France

Writer/Director: David Aboucaya

During the Second World War, following an ambush carried out in a fort by German troops, Eugène, an Allied soldier, finds himself trapped underground. Now fighting for his survival, his destiny will play out alongside that of another survivor.

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The Veteran Dramedy

The Veteran Dramedy

The Veteran Dramedy // 30min // Comedy Drama // 2022 // Germany/Ukraine

Director: Rainer Ludwigs

After fighting in the Donbas, Bogdan, a young Ukrainian, visits his mother in Germany. Here, he finds unexpected opportunities: university, a new job, an old new love. He would love to stay. But he struggles with German bureaucracy and his trauma of war.

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Masters of Conflict

Masters of Conflict

Masters of Conflict // 4min // Animated Short // 2022 // Norway

Director: Hans Melbye

On the brink of the First World War, Gordon Bentley arranges a meeting with Lord Kitchener and Winston Churchill, convincing them that Britain should declare war on Germany. Together they unite in hopes of putting an end to this conflict soon.

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The Sprayer

The Sprayer

The Sprayer // 9min // Animated Short // 2022 // Iran

Director: Farnoosh Abedi

In the land occupied with the sprayers army, no one has the right to grow any kind of plants either in public or private. So many of the people and soldiers do not even know how dose a plant grows or look like.

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Soldier

Soldier

Soldier // 22min // Documentary Short // 2022 // USA

Director: Justin Zimmerman

Soldier focuses on Daniel Krug: a heroic firefighter, father of five, SWAT trainer and armoured combat enthusiast. Daniel is also a former sniper, with ten years of combat, security, rescue and recovery experience in Iraq.

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War Games

War Games

War Games // 8min // War Sci-Fi // 2022 // Belgium

Director: Donald Mertens

In World War II, a German soldier helps his superior, wounded by shrapnel, to get away from the battle of the Ardennes. By taking refuge in an abandoned factory, they enjoy a brief break.

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The Long River Home

The Long River Home

The Long River Home // 20min // Documentary Short // 2022 // USA

Director: Seth Dahl

A film about overcoming the residual impacts of war through kayaking with a team. Aaron Howell and Russell Davies are combat veterans who were injured in war and now come together for another mission as they guide blind Navy veteran, Lonnie Bedwell, on his third trip through the Grand Canyon.

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Transfusion

Transfusion

Transfusion // 106min // Drama // 2022 // Australia

Writer/Director: Matt Nable

The story of a father (Sam Worthington) and his young son (Edward Friday Carmody) attempting to reconnect after a devastating loss. The son, mired in guilt for a choice he never made, and a father suffering from PTSD and without identity after retiring from the Special Air Service regiment (SAS) of the Australian Army.

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Submissions Closing Soon!

Just 5 more days until submissions close for the Veterans Film Festival, heading to Sydney in November 2022. Enter your short films, features, documentaries and music videos by 31 JULY. Films for, by and about Veterans and ones that put the spotlight on stories about...

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New Board for VFF in 2022

New Board for VFF in 2022

Sydney, NSW - The Veterans Film Festival (VFF) is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Board of Directors, following the move from Canberra to Sydney at the end of 2021. The new board  heralds the launch of the festival in Sydney and brings a broad range of...

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Voodoo Medics

Voodoo Medics

Voodoo Medics //  51min // Documentary // 2018 // Australia

Director: Kristin Shorten

Voodoo Medics is an eight-part documentary about trauma, resilience and post-traumatic growth in the medics who served with our special forces in Afghanistan.

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The Odd Angry Shot

The Odd Angry Shot

Odd Angry Shot // 92min // Comedy // 1979 // Australia

Writer/Director: Tom Jeffrey

In between drinking cans of Fosters beer, Australian soldiers tread on a few landmines, and generally experience the war in Vietnam.

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Missione Grado

Missione Grado

Missione Grado // 84min // Documentary // 2014 // Italy, Afghanistan

Director: Carlo Christian Spano

The film chronicles some military activities carried out by the Italian contingent in Herat and Bala Morghab, Afghanistan.

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Escape and Evasion

Escape and Evasion

Escape and Evasion // 93min // Drama // 2019 // Australia UAE

Writer/Director: Storm Ashwood
Cast: Rena Owen, Hugh Sheridan, Firass Dirani

After his men are killed in Burma. A lone soldier returns home in search of solace.

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Christmas in Baghdad

Christmas in Baghdad

Christmas in Baghdad // 80min // Documentary // 2020 // USA

Director: Sonya Dunn
Writers: Tymur Yashchenko, Robert Kwilman

A media journalist is allowed unprecedented access to the 2018 USO Holiday Tour with high profile celebrities.

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Danger Close

Danger Close

Danger Close // 118min // Drama // 2019 // Australia

Director: Kriv Stenders
Writers: Stuart Beattie, James Nicholas, Karel Segers, Paul Sullivan, Jack Brislee

In August 1966, in a Vietnamese rubber plantation called Long Tan, 108 young and inexperienced Australian and NZ soldiers are fighting for their lives against 2500 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong soldiers.

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A Mirror for the Sun

A Mirror for the Sun

A Mirror for the Sun // 60min // Documentary // 2018 // Israel

Writer/Director: Neta Ariel
Producer: Avigail Sperber

Tamar Ariel was the first-ever Jewish Orthodox combat navigator.

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Surviving the Silence

Surviving the Silence

Surviving the Silence // 79min // Documentary // 2020 // USA

Director: Cindy L Abel
Writer: Cindy L Abel, Jesse Stephen Freeman

Surviving the Silence tells the story of two women in love who played a part in changing military policy.

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Otto Neururer: Hope Through Darkness

Otto Neururer: Hope Through Darkness

Otto Neururer: Hope Through Darkness // 89min // Drama // 2019 // Austria

Director: Hermann Weiskopf
Writers: Dr Peter Mair, Kirsten Ossoinig

In May 1940, Catholic priest Otto Neururer suffered an agonising death which lasted 36 hours in Buchenwald concentration camp.

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Architecture of the Blockade

Architecture of the Blockade

Architecture of the Blockade // 80min // Documentary // 2020 // Russian Federation

Writer/Director: Maxim Yakubson

Rediscovering the events of the siege of Leningrad.

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The Day of Wrath

The Day of Wrath

The Day of Wrath // 85min // Drama // 2019 // Poland

Director: Jacek Raginis-Królikiewicz
Writers: Roman Brandstaetter, Jacek Raginis-Królikiewicz

During World War II Poland is kept under German occupation. In the autumn of 1943, a young Jew, a refugee from a nearby ghetto, appears in a Polish monastery, asking for help.

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The Inspection

The Inspection

The Inspection // 88min // Docudrama // 2018 // Poland

Director: Jacek Raginis-Królikiewicz
Writers: Grzegorz Królikiewicz, Jacek Raginis-Królikiewicz

A docudrama of the last few months in a prison camp for Polish officers before the Katyń massacre.

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Family Work

Family Work

Family Work // 54min // Documentary // 2019 // Ukraine

Director: Valery Balayan
Writer: Yevhen Polozhii

The story of three families from the Eastern Ukraine, stereotypically Russian-speaking part of the country.

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The Swallows of Kabul

The Swallows of Kabul

The Swallows of Kabul // 91min // Animation // 2019 // France

Directors: Zabou Breitman, Eléa Gobbé-Mévellec
Writers: Zabou Breitman, Zabou Breitman, Yasmina Khadra, Patricia Mortagne, Sébastien Tavel

Summer 1998, Kabul in ruins is occupied by the Taliban. In love despite the daily violence and misery, Mohsen and Zunaira want to believe in the future.

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U311 Cherkasy

U311 Cherkasy

U311 Cherkasy // 101min // Drama // 2019 // Ukraine

Director: Tymur Yashchenko
Writers: Tymur Yashchenko, Robert Kwilman

The story of the last Ukrainian ship in Crimea, which resisted and continued the courageous fight.

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#3 Normandy Lane

#3 Normandy Lane

#3 Normandy Lane // 21:10min // Drama // 2019 // USA

Director: Brenda Strong
Writer: John Farmanesh-Bocca

Army wife and young mother, Sarah Winston’s life is inextricably altered when a series of visitors arrive on her doorstep.

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Beyond Her Lens

Beyond Her Lens

Beyond Her Lens // 19:01min // Drama // 2019 // Czech Republic

Director/Writer/Producer: Tereza Hirsch

Inspired by the life and work of female conflict-zone photographer Jana Andert.

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Carcerem

Carcerem

Carcerem // 6:40min // Drama // 2017 // Australia

Director/Writer/Producer: Jason Trembath

A young officer wants to leave the desolate planet of Carcerem after completing his required tour of duty, but he is manipulated into staying by his obsessed Commanding Officer, who believes a war is coming.

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Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem // 20min // Drama // 2019 // Russian Federation

Director: Irina Kholkina

Instead of preparing for entering university a young man Tomash mocks at people calling random phone numbers. Meanwhile the Nazis occupy Czechoslovakia.

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Darkest Corner

Darkest Corner

Darkest Corner // 12min // Drama // 2019 // Australia

Writers/Directors: Dave Beamish, Zac Loy

When two unlikely young saboteurs are trapped by a hostile extremist militia, the pair must risk their lives in hope of escaping their post-apocalyptic nightmare.

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Entrenched

Entrenched

Entrenched // 14min // Drama // 2018 // Australia

Writers/Directors: Joseph Chebatte, Julian Maroun

When four Australian soldiers capture a young Afghani boy spying on their position, tensions rise among them as they decide whether he’s helping the Taliban or simply playing.

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Escape by Sea

Escape by Sea

Escape By Sea // 14min // Drama // 2019 // Australia, Finland

Director: Eero Heinonen
Writer: Melissa Lee Speyer

Based on true events of Ensio Tiira. Two Scandinavian soldiers flee French Foreign Legion by jumping ship in Strait of Malacca.

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Milk

Milk

Milk // 16:36min // Drama // 2019 // New Zealand

Director/Writer: Pennie Hunt

January 1945: on a lonely farm in coastal New Zealand, a young widow confronts two crewmen from a German submarine who have come ashore on a secret mission – to get fresh milk.

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Minor Accident of War

Minor Accident of War

Minor Accident of War // 10min // Animation // 2019 // USAs

Director: Diane Weis, Piotr Kabat
Writer: Edward Field

A true story written and narrated by the man who lived it — Edward Field, 95 years old and a WWll veteran.

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Nooreh

Nooreh

Nooreh // 22:22min // Drama // 2018 // India

Writer/Director: Ashish Pandey

Nestled in Kashmir valley lies a small village on the India-Pakistan border always caught in the crossfire between the two warring nations.

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Old Warrior

Old Warrior

Old Warrior // 22:22min // Drama // 2019 // Russian Federation

Director: Sergey Bataev
Writer: Alina Galiaskarova

Spring 1945. Yegor Kuz’mich, a shell-shocked old man who has been through more than one war, tries to join the army.

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The German King

The German King

The German King // 20min // Drama // 2019 // USA

Writer/Director: Adetokumboh M’Cormack

Set in 1914 at the start of World War I, the unbelievable true story of Rudolf Manga, a German-raised African prince who becomes king after his father’s death.

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The Sea Swells

The Sea Swells

The Sea Swells // 16:15min // Drama // 2018 // Iran

Writer/Director: Amir Gholami

A fisherman lives a seemingly simple life in a shack in the middle of the ocean. The line between nightmare and reality blurs when the man is bombarded with the sights and sounds of battle.

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War Machine

War Machine

War Machine // 6:31min // Animation // 2019 // Bulgaria

Director: Iva Dimanova

Observing a world with no good and evil, in which war and its consumption of life has become a well-oiled machine.

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Their War

Their War

Their War // 16:15min // Drama // 2019 // UK

Writer/Director: Max Mason

Two soldiers on opposite sides of World War One must do all they can to survive and get back to the families they left behind.

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Surviving With Grief

Surviving With Grief

Surviving with Grief // 14:02min // Documentary //2018 //  USA

Director: Brooke Mailhiot
Writer: Kristen Lusk

Corporal Alfred Brenner IV’s story about his canine, Grief.

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Mosul 980

Mosul 980

Mosul 980 // 10min // Drama // 2019 // Iraq

Director: Ali Mohammed Saeed
Writers: Mustafa Sattar Jabbar, Ali Mohammed Saeed

A 17 years old kidnapped Yazidi girl disguised in ISIS uniform tries to escape form ISIS. She finds no way to break free, but a military vehicle set on explosives.

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Sursis (Borrowed Time)

Sursis (Borrowed Time)

Sursis // 14:58min // Drama // 2016 // France

Writer/Director: Raphaël Treiner

Winter 1916. A french lieutenant finds himself the sole survivor of his company after a deadly assault. In search of allied refuge, he is haunted by the ghosts of war.

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The Missing

The Missing

The Missing // 11:21min // Documentary // 2019 // Australia

Director: Jary Nemo
Writers: Jary Nemo, Lucinda Horrocks

When WW1 brought Australians face to face with mass death a Red Cross Information Bureau and post-war graves workers laboured to help families grieve for the missing.

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Swift and Bold

Swift and Bold

Swift and Bold // 22:30min // Documentary // 2019 // Canada

Director: Tracey Strnad
Writers: Tracey Strnad, Tom Strnad

A documentary film that chronicles the history of the Queen’s York Rangers, Canada’s oldest military regiment.

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I Am Not Alice

I Am Not Alice

I Am Not Alice // 14:52min // Animation // 2016 // Iran

Director: Mahdieh Sadat Ahmadi Soleimani

Alice lives in a world where a children’s innocence are under the influence of the war and modern societies corruption…

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Bass Line

Bass Line

Bass Line // 14:52min // Drama // 2016 // New Zealand

Writer/Director: Mandalina Stanisich

A suburban tale exploring society’s generational gap. The impact of debilitating health issues in an adverse environment – where true love prevails.

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Soldier Hat

Soldier Hat

Soldier Hat // 18:28min // Drama // 2020 // Russian Federation

Director: Pavel Moskvin
Writers: Pavel Moskvin, Nikita Shchinnikov, Ruslan Kosenko

The soldier has lost his cap during the retreat and is ordered to return and find another. On the front line, the hero stumbles upon a surviving colleague and comes under sniper fire.

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Wild Bill: In Search of Fool’s Gold

Wild Bill: In Search of Fool’s Gold

Wild Bill: In Search of Fool’s Gold // 29:51min // Documentary // 2020 // USA

Director: Nate Carroll, Don Leggans
Writer: Nate Carroll

A former spy and womanising gunslinger turns lawman to bring justice to the frontier while seeking a fortune in poker. During his 39 years of adventure, the “deadliest man with a gun” faces media-exploitation, vagrancy and assassins seeking his reputation.

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Trust Frank

Trust Frank

Trust Frank // 28:14min // Drama // 2020 // Australia

Writer/Director: Penny Moore

A sentimental and gently humorous film about two lonely elderly people struggling to battle serious infirmities as they age.

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The Old Man Next Door

The Old Man Next Door

The Old Man Next Door // 15min // Drama // 2020 // New Zealand

Writer/Director: Aidan Otene Dickens

Matiu, a war veteran who struggles with PTSD and agoraphobia, is unable to leave the safety of his home since his wife’s passing. Shy student Yvonne from next door, his only visitor in self-imposed isolation, struggles with her own mental health.

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The Khe Sanh Peace Garden

The Khe Sanh Peace Garden

The Khe Sanh Peace Garden // 25:28min // Documentary // 2020 // Vietnam

Writer/Director: Tinh Mahoney

A touching and hopeful film about a medevac helicopter pilot who found peace within himself and with his mortal enemies when he tries to build a peace garden at the Khe Sanh Combat Base where he stationed during the Vietnam war.

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One of the Missing

One of the Missing

One of the Missing // 11min // Drama // 2020 // Hungary

Director: Gábor Szentiványi
Writers: Gábor Szentiványi, György Benyák

A freedom fighter trapped under the rubble of a bombed building… wrestles with his demons as he faces certain death.

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My Lovely Lea

My Lovely Lea

My Lovely Lea // 3:44min // Drama // 2020 // Cyprus

Director: Adonis Sergiou

During the events of World War II many letters never reached their final destination, some were lost, but some of them ingloriously made it back to sender …

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L’Alleato (The Ally)

L’Alleato (The Ally)

L’Alleato // 16:26min // Drama // 2019 // Italy

Writer/Director: Elio Di Pace

Is there a chance for the photographs taken by Robert Capa – portraying the Allied Invasion of Sicily – to come to life, bringing forth new stories?

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Heritage

Heritage

Heritage // 3min // Drama // 2020 // Iran

Director: Mana Pakseresht
Writer: Mana Pakseresht

A widow finds two tombs for her husband. A mystery that can only be solved by a shrewd professor and by two unlikely gravediggers.

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ETOA A Kokoda Track Story

ETOA A Kokoda Track Story

ETOA A Kokoda Track Story // 38:15min // Documentary // 2020 // Australia

Director: David Lloyd-Lewis

75 years after the horrors of the Pacific War, the forgotten perspectives of the local people emerge as a crew of archeologists arrive in Papua New Guinea to search for the remains of lost soldiers.

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Tempi Morti (Dead Times)

Tempi Morti (Dead Times)

Tempi Morti // 14:39min // Drama // 2020 // Italy

Writer/Directors: Damiano Monaco, Lucio Lionello
Writers: Gabriele Monaco, Simone Gigiaro

A widow finds two tombs for her husband. A mystery that can only be solved by a shrewd professor and by two unlikely gravediggers. What they find will open the doors to a forgotten past. Dead Times is based on a true story.

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Days of May

Days of May

Days of May // 15:54min // Drama // 2019 // Netherlands

Director: Juri Ferri

A Dutch soldier experiences the first days of the Second World War from the coast of Zeeland. As the rest of the country is quickly invaded, his faith in God will be put to the test.

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Crystal City

Crystal City

Crystal City // 12:03min // Drama // 2019 // USA

Director: Geoff Mark
Writer: A J Devine

A teenage romance set in a World War 2 internment camp… He is Japanese, she is German, and tonight both their worlds will come crashing down.

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Irish Goodbye

Irish Goodbye

Irish Goodbye // 18min // Drama // 2018 // Sierra Leone, US

Writer/Director: Adetokumboh M’Cormack
Writer: Matt Feit

Strangers from opposite ends of the earth: Nizar, a Syrian refugee and Eric an Irish tourist, meet in the City of Angels and embark on a journey of trust, abandonment, tragedy and privilege. The consequences of their encounter will stay with them long after the night is over.

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Wingman

Wingman

Wingman // 4min // Drama // 2018 // Australia

Writer/Director: Benoit McCullough

A couple constructs a massive cardboard plane for their nephew…but when they take it for a test flight, they find themselves fighting off an entire squadron of enemies! They’ll need more allies to win this battle.

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An Unbeaten Path

An Unbeaten Path

An Unbeaten Path // 36:14min // Documentary // 2018 // UK

Director: Geraint Hill

Details the heartfelt journey of retired Royal Marine Andy Shaw’s 30 year battle against undiagnosed PTSD and his “summiting” of the illness that plagued his life.

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Anna’s War

Anna’s War

Anna’s War // 75min // Drama // 2018 //  Russia

Writer/Director: Aleksey Fedorchenko
Writer: Nataliya Meshchaninova

Soviet Union, 1941: Anna is six years old and hides herself in a disused fireplace of the Nazi commandant’s office. From there she views the war and life passing by.

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A War to End No Wars

A War to End No Wars

A War to End No Wars // 5min // Animated Short // 2017 // UK

Director: Ruth Coggins

A stop-motion animated short following the life of a British Soldier called Tommy Atkins during his time in the trenches of the First World War.

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Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero

Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero

Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero // 84min // Animated Feature // 2018 // Ireland, France, US, Canada

Director: Richard Lanni

With World War I looming, a young Army Pvt. Robert Conroy is adopted by a stray, stump-tailed terrier. Conroy names his new friend Stubby and gives him a home, a family, and a chance to embark on the adventure that would define a century. The two quickly find themselves in the trenches of France and on the path to history.

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Spitfire

Spitfire

Spitfire // 99min // Documentary // 2018 // UK

Directors: David Fairhead, Ant Palmer

An epic, sweeping tale of determination, vision and courage. The story of an aircraft that was forged in competition, shaped as the war clouds gathered, and refined in the white heat of combat – going on to become the most famous fighter plane ever made.

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Journey’s End

Journey’s End

Journey’s End // 107min // Drama // 2017 // UK

Director: Saul Dibb
Writers: RC Sherriff and Simon Reade

Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope, variously await their fate.

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Vigil

Vigil

Vigil // 4min // Drama // 2017 // US

Writer/Director: Chris King

A young woman lies awake, thinking about what could have been. A short, powerful tribute to our fallen and their families, inspired by a true story.

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