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IAC MOVIE 92 : SELECTION 1

The introduction and four of the movies shown in the Dawson Suite at the Novotel, Bradford on Sunday, March 29, 1992, under the banner 'The World Premiere'.

INTRODUCTION TO MOVIE 92
Doug Collender, FACI (Newcastle upon Tyne)
The 1992 Competition Officer's snappy, animated introduction to the show.

Introduction
1.min


1. REVE EN COULEUR (DREAM IN COLOUR)
Richard Lewendon (Cirencester)
As a girl (Deborah Bowman) dreams, we see multi-coloured images of her dancing superimposed over her face, enhancing the stark beauty of the dance itself. Photographed by Paul Cascarino and produced by Pandora Pollen.
IAC Gold Seal 1992

Visual
b&w/col
8.min


2. JUST PASSING BY
Leandro Blanco (Spain)
The maker is 'sitting on top of the world just watching all things go by'. This is a glorious montage of things that have passed by his camera. The harmonious sound-track consists solely of his own voice, multi-dubbed over and over, and described delightfully on the end title as 'Lead voice and vocals'.
BAVA Top Ten, Best Music Video 1992; IAC International Award (Open) 1992

Visual
4.min


3. THE LOST BEAT
Teannassie Primary School (Scotland)
This is a delightfully inventive piece of animation by these young film-makers under the direction of Leslie Mackenzie. Thanks to Jack, a young lad fishing, the Sun and the Moon realise that they are in love. All the children play and dance, and everyone is happy; but unthinking Man and his thoughtlessness brings about a change. . . Produced by John McGeoch with funding by Highlands & Islands Enterprise and Clown Jewels.
IAC Gold Seal, Best Junior, Best Animation Award 1992

Animation
8.min


4. IT'S JUST A DREAM
Leandro Blanco & Yvonne Gil (Spain)
A brilliantly synchronised and edited collage of sea scenes and underwater images. The video is full of complicated visual techniques, using slow-motion, freeze-frames, impressive superimpositions and carefully-timed mixes, all set to the familiar Bolero by Ravel. As the music builds, the magnificent visual imagery becomes more and more intricate.
IAC International Award (Open) 1992

Visual
14.min


Total running time 35 min.

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