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MOVIE MAKER VIDEO WINNERS 1982/3

This was Movie Maker magazine's first video competition. The results were announced in February 1983. The Managing Editor at that time, Tony Rose, FACI, introduces and links the items.

1. ONE OF THEM PICTURE THINGS
Peter Wilson (Lancs)
An essentially light-hearted story about an extrovert (Reg Griffiths) who sees himself as the Cecil B. DeMille of home video, his abrasive wife (Maureen Calveley) and his feeble-minded friend Joe (Ian Skelly).
Movie Maker First Prize 1982/3, IAC Video Cup 1983

Humour
14 min


2. 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.
UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
IAC Video Cup 1984

Story
17 min


3. CIVIC WEEK
Archie Reid, FACI (N. Ireland)
A cinematic record of Civic Week in Ballyclare, Co. Antrim.

Documentary
6 min


4. HONG KONG (extract)
Stephen King (Cheshire)
A colourful, entertaining travelogue with superb camerawork supported by an informal commentary by the producer's wife.
Original running time: 17 min.

Travel
8 min


5. INSPIRATION (extract)
Alan Sidi, FACI (Leeds)
Artist Mica Sidi, the producer's mother, reveals the ideas and influences all around her that have shaped her paintings.
Original running time: 20 min.
IAC Commendation 1983

Documentary
8 min


Total running time 57 min.

Not available for hire at present.


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