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IAC VIDEO WINNERS 1984

The IAC's first International Video Competition was incorporated into the 1983 London Amateur Film Festival, but was judged separately until 1986. This is a selection of entries from the 1984 contest.

1. SCRAMBLE
Archie Reid, FACI (N. Ireland)
Fast-paced, exciting motorbike action set to the Magnificent Seven theme.
IAC Bronze Seal 1984

Visual
3 min


2. ENVELOPES
J.M. Ward (Essex)
Computer graphics used to demonstrate mathematical ideas.
IAC Silver Seal 1984

Instructional
9 min


3. BRAINS v BRAWN
Mallow Vocational School (Co. Cork)
A youngsters' story tape showing that a little bit of thought will always beat the bully-boy.
IAC Blue Seal 1984

children
/story
15 min.


4. ART?
Melvin Reid (London)
A colourful montage of rippling reflections set to an electronic sound-track. At the end, the producer asks whether video is an art form.
IAC Runner-up 1982; IAC Silver Seal 1984

Visual
col/bw
5 min


5. THE '1812' WOODCHOP
Syd Pearman (Leics)
An entertaining and slick video which shows just what you can do with the hands if you know how! Short, sweet and very well cut to the famous overture.
IAC Runner-up, Gold Seal 1984

Visual
1 min


6. THE VOID
David Felber (Middlesex)
A compelling, skilfully-directed drama which begins with Emma (Lindsey Walker) grieving for the loss of her mother. Steve, her fiancé (Richard Perkins), is convinced that her sorrow has more behind it than just the bereavement. Also starring Lucie Stewart as young Emma and Alex Blythe as her father.
IAC Video Cup 1984

UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

Story
17 min


Total running time 50 min.

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