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Sundance Prize-Winning Doc 'Unrest' Gets UK Release

Monday 28 August 2017

 

From ScreenDaily:

 

Jennifer Brea
Jennifer Brea
 

Sundance prize-winning doc 'Unrest' gets UK release

By Tom Grater
25 August 2017
Copyright © 2017 Media Business Insight Limited

Unrest, the feature documentary about ME (also known as chronic fatigue syndrome) which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, will get a UK release in October.

The film chronicles its director’s struggles with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). A PHD student at Harvard, she was suddenly struck by the mysterious illness and left bedridden.

She has since become a filmmaker and activist for ME awareness and was invited to deliver a TED Talk on the subject in June 2016.

Unrest will be independently released by its co-producers, Jennifer Brea’s Shella Films based in Los Angeles, and Lindsey Dryden’s Little By Little Films based in Gloucestershire, UK.

Following its release in the US on September 22, the film will receive a UK theatrical release on October 20 in 10 sites including London’s Picturehouse Central, and then tour the country for a series of screenings and Q&A sessions with director Brea.

 

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