‘The Missing’ Nominated in British Short Film Awards
Exciting! Our short documentary ‘The Missing’ has been nominated for an award in the 2022 British Short Film Awards!
We have been nominated as a finalist in the category ‘Best Short Film from the Archives’.
You can see our fellow nominees here: https://www.thebritishshortfilmawards.co.uk/nominees-2022-1.
Congratulations and good luck to all our fellow nominees in the other categories.
The awards ceremony and announcements will be held in Britain on 14 December.
About the British Short Film Awards
The British Short Film Awards were founded in 2020, with the first annual awards going ahead in December 2021 featuring Academy Award winners Peter Capaldi and Rachel Shenton, BAFTA winner Aimee Lou Wood, Netflix star Elizabeth Lail, award winning Aisling Franciosi, and BIFA winning Samuel Adewunmi as well as many more stars.
More information at: https://www.thebritishshortfilmawards.co.uk/
About The Missing
The unprecedented death toll of the First World War generated a burden of grief. Particularly disturbing was the vast number of dead who were “missing” – their bodies never found. This short documentary explores two unsung humanitarian responses to the crisis of the missing of World War 1 – the Australian Red Cross Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau and the post-war work of the Australian Graves Detachment and Graves Services. It tells of a remarkable group of men and women, ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, who laboured to provide comfort and connection to grieving families in distant Australia.
More information at: http://windsky.com.au/the-missing/