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Two International Award-winning entries from the 1990 IAC International Film and Video Competition, one from the Amateur class and one from the Open class.

1. ENDGAME Trevor Davies (Kent)
What begins as bullying at college, ends as a deadly game of retribution, the bullies becoming pawns in the hands of their now- powerful assailant. Stylishly directed with fine camerawork and lighting by Conor Connolly; music by Steve Allen/'Parisienne Blonde'.
IAC International Award, Best 16mm Award, Best Story Award, Best Photography Award, Best Editing Award 1990


2. THREE PIECE University of Southern California (USA)
The early struggles of composers Leon Katz (Mark Gleason) and Ben Dixon (Rodd Coonce) to make the big time in the world of popular music in the 1930s. There's an added love interest too, when Marta (Anna Rapagna) comes into their lives. Original music by Byron Simpson; sensitively directed by Stephan Woloszczuk from a story by Jerry Rapp.
IAC International Award, Best Acting Award (Open) 1990


Total running time 45 mins.

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