We are honored to announce that Unclaimed has been selected to screen at the prestigious Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto! The film's world premiere will be celebrated at this festival.
Unclaimed screens at Hot Docs on the following dates:
April 30, 2013 (WORLD PREMIERE NIGHT) - 9:00 p.m.
May 2, 2013 - 3:30 p.m.
May 4, 2013 - 1:00 p.m.
This link will take you to the Unclaimed page on Hot Docs' website, where there are also links to purchase individual tickets to the Unclaimed screenings:
A former Soviet Army soldier who went missing in action in 1980 during the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan has been found alive almost 33 years after he was rescued
by Afghan tribesmen. Catch the full CNN article here:
Today we learned that John Robertson’s sister Jean and her husband Henry were on their way to church this morning when the unthinkable occurred. Their car was struck broadside by another vehicle. Both were rushed to the hospital and remain in the intensive care unit. Jean has a severe head injury and Henry has a broken sternum and several cracked ribs.
A private advance screening for family and friends will be held in Edmonton, Alberta Canada at the Metro Cinema at The Garneau on February 22. The screening is invitation only.
After nine months of filming in Canada, Vietnam and the United States post-production has wrapped on the documentary. Director Michael Jorgensen calls composer Mike Shields beautiful score and Patty Griffin’s moving song ‘Up to the Mountain’ used at the end of the film “the understated emotional core of the film”.