21st December 2022
The Deathless Woman will be screening as part of the BFI’s IN DREAMS ARE MONSTERS UK-wide horror season in Glasgow at the Witch/Hag festival
4th November 2022
The Deathless Woman is screening as part of a GRT fundraiser at the Cowley Club in Brighton @ 7pm, organised by Leftfield Liberty
3rd July 2022
The Deathless Woman tour comes to Leeds. 4pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 6pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Markéta Doležalová followed by Q&A with Markéta Doležalová, Juice Vamosi, Maria Palmai director Roz Mortimer. Hyde Park Picturehouse.
2nd July 2022
The Deathless Woman tour comes to Sheffield. 2pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 4pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Rosa Cisneros with Q&A with Rosa Cisneros, Juice Vamosi, Maria Palmai director Roz Mortimer. Firvale Community Hub, 127 Page Hall Road, Sheffield.
25th June 2022
The Deathless Woman tour comes to Chester. 1pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 3pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Imogen Bright Moon, with post-screening Q&A with Imogen Bright Moon, Juice Vamosi, Maria Palmai and director Roz Mortimer. Storyhouse Cinema, Hunter St, Chester.
18th June 2022
The Deathless Woman tour comes to Manchester. 1.30pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 3.30pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Maria Palmai (Kaskosan), with Q&A with Maria Palmai, Juice Vamosi, Neil Macalister and director Roz Mortimer. HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Pl. Manchester.
11th June 2022
The Deathless Woman tour comes to Erith as part of Crossing Boundaries. 3pm free Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 5pm The Deathless Woman film screening with post-film discussion with Eva Lis, Daniel Turner and Roz Mortimer. The Exchange, The Old Library, Walnut Tree Road, Erith. All free events, but please book.
28th May 2022
The Deathless Woman tour comes to Bolton. 4pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 6pm The Deathless Woman film screening with introduction by Juice Vamosi of Kaskosan & followed by a Q&A with director Roz Mortimer, Juice Vamosi, Neil Macalister. Victoria Hall & The Light Cinema, Bolton.
21st May 2022
As the opening event of our UK community tour, The Deathless Woman comes to Glasgow to mark Romani Resistance Day. 2pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 6pm The Deathless Woman film screening with introduction by Rahela Cirpici of Romano Lav & followed by a Q&A with Mark Brown, Juice Vamosi, Rahela Cirpici and director Roz Mortimer. The Point, Community Hub, 180 Queens Drive, G42 8QD. All free events, but please book.
4th April 2022
To celebrate International Roma Day and commemorate the experiences of Roma people in the Holocaust; Professor Margaret Greenfields and Dr David Smith warmly invite you to a screening and panel discussion at Anglia Ruskin University, followed by a discussion with Dr. Roz Mortimer the film’s director, and an expert panel of Roma and non-Roma academics, historians and educationalists (Dr Rosamaria Cisneros, Professor Rainer Schulze, Dr Marius Taba).
5.00-8pm. Helmore 251, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, CB1 1PT, UK
It’s free, but please book here.
18th & 19th September 2021
The Deathless Woman will be screening at the Rhodope International Documentary Film Festival in Bulgaria.
16th September 2021
In-cinema screening of The Deathless Woman at Whitechapel Gallery, London. Roz will be in conversation with Gareth Evans after the screening with an audience Q&A. 7pm.
22nd June 2021
Online screening of The Deathless Woman hosted by Yes Bynie for Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month. Film starts at 6.30pm followed by Q&A with Roz. Email email@example.com for details and link.
16th-18th June 2021
The Deathless Woman will be part of The Fantastic Afterlives of the Holocaust workshop at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, Austria. Join us on 16th June for a screening of the film followed by discussion.
16th May 2021
To mark Romani Resistance Day, The Deathless Woman is now available to watch on True Story. We are extremely happy to be partnering with True Story – the film will be available there until May 2022.
7th May 2021
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN will be screening at Goldsmiths Methods Lab, followed by a discussion with Roz. Free. All welcome. Register here.
17th April 2021
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN will have it’s Balkan Premiere at the 6th Rolling Film Festival in Kosovo. The festival is centred on combating Roma stereotypes and promoting positive inter-ethnic relations.
9th April 2021
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN has been awarded Runner Up in the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies Practice Research Awards.
Jury statement: “Mortimer’s The Deathless Woman is to be commended for an ambitious and novel approach toward the documentary genre. Using a hybrid documentary format, the film combines oral history with fantasy to bring past and present in dialogue with each other. The film explores the marginalised histories of the Roma from World War 2 to the present day, investigating how landscapes maintain and hold the testimonies of atrocity, seeing the land as witness to trauma.”
10-11th December 2020
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN has it’s Hungarian Premiere as the opening film of the Human Rights Film Days festival in Budapest, organised by the Romedia Foundation. Watch Roz discussing the film with Roma Holocaust historian and activist Ágnes Daróczi and Professor of Media at Eötvös Loránd University András Müllner in this video created for the film’s Hungarian launch.
21st November 2020
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN is screening at Ake Dikhea? Festival of Romani Film on Saturday 21st November at 20.00 CET. There will be a live Q&A after the screening moderated by Lisa Smith from Travellers Times, with Roz and Roma actor and cultural activist Oliver Malik at 21.40 CET. Join us!
We are thrilled THE DEATHLESS WOMAN has received the Special Jury Award from Ake Dikhea? Festival of Romani Film! Jury statement: “This film has significant value in highlighting the importance of commemoration and remembrance for Romani Holocaust victims but also effortlessly weaves together how the historical persecution of Romani people connects with the present day reality and rise in far right fascism across Europe particularly in the Hungarian context. It sends a clear call to action for wider society. A must watch.”
5th – 30th November 2020
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN is screening in the feature documentary competition at Aesthetica Film Festival, UK.
9th – 18th October 2020
THE DEATHLESS WOMAN is showing in the Art programme of the B3 Biennale, Frankfurt, Germany.
Roz will be in conversation with Jennifer Martin at B3 Biennale. Watch live, or recorded here. ‘…discussing their motivations in examining one of the most important socio-political subjects of our times, and their creative approach to portraying this artistically as a moving image artwork’
Roz will be talking about the development of THE DEATHLESS WOMAN in this online panel as part of Open City Documentary Festival.
Demystifying the Development Process
4pm, Thursday 10th Sept. Free, but please register.
EBS International Documentary Film Festival (EIDF), Korea
Festival Choice (Global) Competition
2nd – 9th August 2020
To mark Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, we are very pleased to collaborate with the Central Council of German Sinti and Roma to make THE DEATHLESS WOMAN available to watch online
Borderlines Film Festival, Courtyard Cinema , Hereford. 3.45pm
Borderlines Film Festival, Courtyard Cinema , Hereford. 8pm
Roz will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival, Czechia
Opus Bonum Competition
Dukla Cinema. 1pm.
Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival, Czechia
Dukla Cinema. 3.30pm.
BFI London Film Festival. NFT3. 6.10pm
BFI London Film Festival. BFI STUDIO. 5pm
Here we are at BFI London Film Festival Q&A after the world premiere of The Deathless Woman. L to R – Margaret Glover (script editor), Stefan Smith (Composer), Helen de Witt (LFF programmer), Roz Mortimer, Loren O’Dair (lead actor), Oliver Malik (supporting actor), Peter Emery (DoP). A packed house and some great questions from the audience. Thankful for my amazing cast and crew, and the many others who have supported this film.