A visual journey through Scotland’s skies and the mind of Rudolf Hess, who flew to Scotland in 1941 to ‘negotiate peace’ with Britain. Narrated from excerpts of letters to his family, written in prison where he spent the rest of his life.
Director: Astrid Bussink
Producer: Sonja Henrici
Executive Producer: Noe Mendelle
Editor: Astrid Bussink
Camera: Ian Dodds
Music: Matt Hulse
Sound Design: Matt Hulse
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, DV-Cam
Odense Film Festival, 2007 (Denmark)
Nominated for Silver Cub Award – IDFA, 2006 (The Netherlands)
Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2006 (UK)
Honourable Mention for Best Short Experimental Film – Vermont International Film Festival, 2006 (USA)
Links: Astrid Bussink
This film was made possible through Bridging the Gap, an opportunity for Scottish-based emerging film makers.
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