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    Remembering Nearfield film

    Soho London Independent Film Festival

    Soho London Independent Film Festival is a short film festival in the heart of London’s West End designed toturn the volume up on voices that need to be heard, and spotlight stories that need to be told.

    Alongside the live red carpet event, SohoLIFF also streams the festival, giving ticketed access to a global audience. See trailers and buy tickets now for the virtual event to be held Jan 25th, 2024 – Feb 12th, 2024:

    Buying a ticket (for a single film, or a whole block) allows you to vote for the Audience Choice Award. The Award-winning film director will get the opportunity to promote their film “blockbuster style” on the big screens of co-sponsor Clear Channel’s premium London location digital advertising boards.

    Why the Audience Choice Award matters…

    Remembering Nearfield is an award-winning animated film about Electrohypersensitivity (EHS). The disability isn’t well-recognised or accommodated in our society. Through increased awareness this will change. Winning the SohoLIFF Audience Choice Award 2024 will put the film poster on view all around London. This will not only encourage people to watch the film, it is a once-in-a-lifetime historical opportunity that will highlight the issue of EHS front-and-centre in London. Everyone will talk about it. This win could powerfully enhance the film’s stated aim – to kickstart a global conversation about the disability and amplify the need for understanding, support and social acceptance of EHS. The character in the film is just like everyone else – she’d assumed it was impossible to be harmed by wireless radiation – to which she has become intolerant and receives a diagnosis of EHS. Many people are discovering they have EHS and face a range of social limitations including severe isolation in a world that doesn’t understand. This film seeks to inform, break taboos and catalyse a sea-change. You can vote now to help it win and achieve a deep impact.

    Remembering Nearfield has already begun to stir the global conversation about EHS. 43 film festivals have been involved in screening the film, it has won 12 international awards, and will be televised regionally in the UK in December 2023. The conversation must continue…


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