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Movie 2002 Awards (BIAFF 2002) Selection 1       (Library ref no. 18)

A first selection of award-winners in the IAC International Film & Video Competition 2002 premiered at Movie 2002 held April 18-21 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.

1. A SPLASH OF COLOUR
Alan Atkinson (Rugby)
An examination of how colour is caused, with vivid pictures to illustrate the various examples and elements.
IAC International Award 2002
Still from 'A Splash of Colour'

Documentary
7.mins


2. TIMELINE
Potters Bar Cine & Video Society (Herts)
A delightful gentle comedy which everyone - in these days of multiple-option telephone-answering 'services' - will relate to.
IAC Gold Seal 2002, Tankard for Best Humour
(Making of article on IAC website - click here.)
Still from 'Timeline'

Humour
Story
7
½.mins


3. KEVIN - A LIFE?
Richard Curry, FACI (Lancs.)
A biography about Kevin Seed, who is unemployed and gay. We learn a lot about him as he tells his story by voice-over. Also, it brings home vividly how demoralising being unemployed is.
UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
BRIEF NUDITY
IAC International Award 2002
(Making of article on IAC website - click here.)
Still from 'Kevin - a Life'

Documentary
22.mins


4. RESCUED?
Mac Movies Inverclyde (Scotland)
A young man (Joe Gibson) is mugged for his black leather jacket, but an old man (Gordon McKenzie) surprisingly steps in ...
IAC Gold Seal 2002
Still from 'Rescued?'

Story
2.mins


5. THE VISITING DOG
Tana Fletcher (Berkshire)
Another in the 'Willoughby Drive' series. This one is about two young girls who have an unexpected adventure with their neighbour's dog ...
IAC International Award (Open), Best British Open Award 2002
Still from 'The Visiting Dog'

Puppet
Animation
10.mins


6. DIRTY STYLE BLUES
Terry Tkachuk & John W. James (Middlesex)
Max Hammond (Joseph Ansted), a jazz guitarist/composer, owes his promoter, Anton (Robin Ingram) £5,000, but has problems getting the money together. Because of the pressure, he also cannot compose anything new to ease the situation. His girlfriend Ella (Claire Louise Garrigan), who used to work for Anton but left him, tries but cannot help ... Directed by Anthony Plumridge.
Daily Mail Trophy, IAC International Award, Best Story Award, LeHedan Trophy for Best Acting Award (Claire Louise Garrigan) 2002
(Making of article on IAC website - click here.)
Still from 'Dirty Style Blues'

Story
43.mins


Total running time 91 mins.

Price:  £7.50   DVD


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