In a small Scottish town in 1974, factory workers refuse to carry out repairs on warplane engines in an act of solidarity against the violent military coup in Chile. Four years pass then the engines mysteriously disappear in the middle of the night.
Forty years later they re-unite to look back on what was gained and what was lost.
Released for free on 9/11 2016 for the 40th anniversary. French, English, Spanish, Italian subtitles available. (Choose CC caption button)
The film has now been developed into a feature, find out more here.
Screening Formats: HD Cam, Digi Beta, QT file, DVD
WINNER – Silver Mikeldi Award for Best Doc – ZINEBI 2014
WINNER – Best International Short Film – FICiP Argentina Festival Internacional de Cine Politico
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Edinburgh International Film Festival 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Inverness Film Festival 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – DokLeipzig 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Arcipelago 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Glasgow Short Film Festival 2014
OFFICIAL SELECTION – London Short Film Festival 2014
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Tribeca Film Fest 2014
OFFICIAL SELECTION – EDOC Ecuador 2014
OFFICIAL SELECTION – DokumentaMadrid 2014
SCREENING – Latin America conference ‘Adelante’
SCREENING – Amnesty International screening in London 2013
SCREENING – Birmingham Chile 40 Years On/ Latin America today
To arrange a screening contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This film was developed through Bridging the Gap, an opportunity for emerging filmmakers based in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Are you a Scotland-based filmmaker with at least two shorts that have been broadcast or screened at festivals? Appl…