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BIAFF 1994 Awards Selection 2

Four of these six videos were shown in the movie 94 Premiere programme on Sunday, April 10, 1994, at Keele University, Staffordshire; plus a top Open class winner, and the Best One-Minute Entry.

1. OFF THE GROUND AND OFF THE WALL: A DOORSTOP DOCUMENTARY
Gary Roma (USA)
The producer is an avid collector of both doorstops and doorstop footage. He has over 300 doorstops and 22 hours of footage. He believes that if you take a long, hard look at the mundane, then funny things happen.
Transfer from NTSC system.
IAC International Award, Best Documentary Award, Best Overseas Entry Award 1994

Documentary
22.mins


2. SECOND FIDDLE
Rochdale Movie Makers
When a man (Geoff Alexander) brings home a video camera, his wife (Val Fielding) finds that she is no longer the centre of his attentions, so she starts a video diary to try to explain how she feels. Story and music: Geoff Alexander; producer: Jonathan Wilde.
IAC Gold Seal, Best Humour Award 1994

Humour
/Story
11.mins


3. WILLING PARTNERS
Westcliff Film & Video Club (Essex)
A wealthy tycoon, George (Roy Foster), believes that his attractive young wife, Tricia (Tricia Kent), is having an affair with her golf instructor, Gary (Russell Byrne). George invites his business partner, David (David Aldous), to investigate. This leads to a web of betrayal, jealousy and greed. Directed by Terry Mendoza from a screen-play by Peter Davison; photographed by Tony Lench; produced by John Eaton.
CONTAINS VIOLENCE
UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
IAC International Award, Best Club Award, Best Photography Award 1994

Story
24.mins


4. ANGRY MAX
Keith Wright (Sheffield)
A delightful, but brief, action spoof in the style of the Mad Max films, starring Rob Richardson (who also wrote and per-formed the music), Gordon Simpson and Mark Womble. Widescreen format.
IAC Silver Seal (Open), Best One-Minute Entry 1994

Story
1.mins


5. POSH MONKEYS
Tony Glover (Newcastle)
Just one night in the life of a Newcastle taxi driver, Mattie (Steve Drayton), and the fares he picks up (Ruth Newton, Michael Mould and Dennis Jopling). Directed by Tony Glover and Robert Mosey from their own screenplay; producer/editor: Brian Mould. Photographed by Anne Carruthers.
Transfer from 16mm film.
CONTAINS BAD LANGUAGE
IAC Gold Seal, Best British Open 1994

Story
b&w
22.mins


6. HALFDAN EGEDIUS' SISTE DAGER (THE LAST LIVING DAYS OF HALFDAN EGEDIUS )
K-Film (Norway) A re-enactment of the last days of the famous Norwegian painter Halfdan Egedius (1877-1899) who died tragically young at the age of 21 at the beginning of what could have been an amazing inter-national career. Starring Fridtjof Saheim, Erik Ulfsby and Maria Bonnevie. Photo-graphed on super 16 film (Widescreen) by Peder Nordlund and Anders Leegaard; assistant director/editor: Terje Paasche; produced by Edward Dreyer and Martin Brathen. Directed by Torstein Bieler Osttveit. Music: Symphony No. 2 by Johan Svendsen.
IAC International Award (Open) 1994

Story
10.mins


Total running time 90 mins.

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