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BIAFF 2003 Awards Selection 3

A collection of Gold Seal-winners from the IAC International Film and Video Competition premiered at movie 2003, held April 4-6, 2003, in Norwich, Norfolk.

1. JUST LOOK!
Pat Menmuir (Scotland)
The presenter Gary D'Arcy introduces the viewer to a series of open-air sculptures in Scotland.
IAC Gold Seal, £100 of Carlin Music CDs, 2003

Documentary
20.mins


2. GLASS ART
Michael Slowe, FACI (London)
A documentary about the making of a number of pieces of modern glassware. The main commentary is by one of those doing the work.
IAC Gold Seal 2003

Documentary
18.mins


3. THE PRAGUE ROMANCE
Oskar Siebert (Germany)
A German couple lose their way in the centre of Prague while travelling in their mobile home, so get out to ask the way. Their daughter Daniela (Sandra Lehmann), travelling in the back, also gets out. When the parents return they drive off without her, not realising that she's not still there. Peter (Martin Pazdera) and some friends are walking along the street; he has to go back home for something he's forgotten and is going to rejoin them, but meets Daniela. The rest of the film is how their relationship develops ... (English subtitles).
IAC Gold Seal 2003

Story
18.mins


4. MASQUERADE
Willy Van der Linden (Belgium)
A short biography of James Ensor, the renegade Belgian painter. English narration by Colin Howett.
IAC Gold Seal 2003

Documentary
18.mins


5. ETUDE 25
Leslie Eggermont (Belgium)
In later life a man (Martijn Goethals) remembers his youth (played by Joris Vanbelle) ...
IAC Gold Seal 2003

Story
12.mins


Total running time 87 mins.

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