Two Bronze Medals, a Diploma of Honour and a Special
Each nation is allowed about an hour and must allow a
couple of minutes between films for the jury to make
notes. Our programme for 2013 was:
by Brian Dunckley
Before showing its programme, each nation may
show an introduction. For several years Mr. Dunckley
has got our shows off to a great start with witty
Eleanor Smith & Abigail Harris
word game? It depends on your attitude! Two young film
makers from the Wales High School, near
Sheffield settled on this simple but effective idea.
affectionate tribute to artist, poet Edward Lear born
200 years ago. The film is far more than a recording
of Duncan's artistry - artist and film maker work in
by Robert Duncan & Alan Fenemore
The film won a
Diploma of Honour.
by Alfie Barker
old lady makes breakfast. She finds a note which
seems to say that she must phone her son. This was the
second year Alfie, a young man from Leeds, has had a
film at UNICA.
The film won a Bronze Medal.
by Wales High School's Film & Animation Club
students plan a new way to deal with their maths
exam. With the guidance
of Liam Sanderson this is a group project by promising
young film makers.
by XDL Films
latest in their series of 'George and Doris' comedies
this features their niece Ruth, whose grasp of
corporate babble means she can easily explain to them
how the Government is dealing with a dreadful
threat to the planet.
by Robert Lorrimer
shamed politician avoids the paparazzi in a secret
location. Time for breakfast. Bob's films have often
represented UK at festivals abroad. His beautiful
photography supplements British humour perfectly.
by Walthamstow Amateur
Cine Video Club
The owner of a small sweetshop and tobacconist has had
to learn how to handle robbery attempts. At heart a
simple comedy this makes extraordinarily good use of
The film won a Bronze Medal and a Special Award
for a Remarkable Script.
British entries in the World Minute Movie Cup
Both our entries were by film makers with past
success at UNICA. While the main programme is assessed
by a panel of judges, the one-minute contest is chosen
by audience vote. Films are drawn from a hat to decide
the order in which the play-off heats show them ... so
luck as well as fickle public opinion play a part in
deciding the winner.
Sadly this time neither of our entries made it
through the knock-out process to the semi-finals.
A Dog's Life
by Alan Atkinson &
best friend sometimes shares man's characteristics.
by Pam Baker
couple's 40th wedding anniversary evokes memories.