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BIAFF 2007 AWARDS 3       (Library ref no. 35)

As screened at BIAFF 2007, Tunbridge Wells. Click here for Festival Report.

1. TEL 702
Eric Vanoverschelde, Eric Herreman, Rik Degezelle, Bernard de Jaerme & Patrick Malfait (Belgium)

When the wife of a happily married couple dies, the husband feels bereft and has no interest in life. Eventually, in an effort to get back on a sort of social track, he decides to invite a prostitute to his home as he feels unready to settle down in a permanent relationship. The film is about what happens then ... (English subtitles)

IAC International Standard Award 2007
Article on making the film.

Drama
20.mins


2. IT'S AN ALPACA!
Michael Slowe FACI (London)

Mandy Wilson, co-owner of Kilnwood Alpacas, Oxfordshire, tells the story of how she first became involved with these most attractive animals, and how the business has grown from modest beginnings. We see the young Alpacas growing up with their parents, how they are sheared - which is very similar to sheep - and, after mating, how they are born. It's easy to see how one could metaphorically fall in love with these animals! Widescreen format.

IAC Gold Standard Award 2007
Article on making the film.

Documentary
29.mins


3. LA TRACE (FOOTPRINTS)
Daniel Mannielli (Belgium)

A son attends his mother's funeral in a village. He is almost the only one there - and he feels somewhat resentful ...

(English subtitles)
IAC International Standard Award 2007
Article on making the film
.

Drama
23.mins


4. MEAT IS MURDER
Nuneaton Movie Makers (Angela Moit), Warwickshire

A husband tells his wife that he no longer loves her ...

IAC Silver Standard Award 2007

Drama
8.mins


5. STRIPPED
Mark Jackson (Middlesex)

Gentlemen, see what can happen if you go out with a woman you don't really know!!

Widescreen format.

IAC Gold Standard Award 2007
UNICA Silver Medal 2007
Article on making the film.

Humour
3.mins


Total running time 83 mins. DVD or MiniDV tape.

Price  £7.50.  


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