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BIAFF 2005 Awards Selection 3       (Library ref no. 28)

A selection of top entries in the 2005 competition which were shown at the festival in Chesterfield on 21st - 24th April.

1. INTERVENTION
Moushege Baghdasaryan (Armenia)
Some youngsters play on an old army tank. (English subtitles.)
IAC Gold, Best Junior Award 2005

Story
2.mins


2. SOLOVSKY - A HOLY LAND
Petr Baran (Czech Republic)
A history of the Gulag archipelago. A chorus of mainly Russian basses reminds us of the monks who originally lived there. (English subtitles.)
IAC Gold 2005

Documentary
18.mins


3. HONG KONG: THE CITY
Tristam Thomas (Somerset)
A visit to this fascinating city cut to music. Widescreen format.
IAC Silver Plus, Best Youth Award 2005.

Documentary
3.mins


4. MELISSA
Michael Slowe FACI (London)
Melissa Merran is a trapeze artist and she tells her story.
IAC International Medallion, Best Documentary Award 2005
Making of article on IAC website - click here.

Documentary
20.mins


5. TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS
Gordon Bullock (Coventry)
A male chauvinist (Gordon Bullock) tells his story direct to camera.
IAC Silver 2005

Humour
5.mins


6. THE PHANTOM OF MILFORD ST GILES
Circle Eight Film Group (Norman & Chris Lilley, Surrey)
Many members will remember a classic animation film called Above & Beyond. This is a sequel in a similar style and rhyming couplets as before.
IAC Gold 2005

Animation/
Story
20.mins


Total running time 68 mins. Price:  £7.50   DVD or MiniDV tape.


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