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BIAFF 1994 Awards Selection 3

The Best Open Entry as shown in the movie 94 Premiere programme on Sunday, April 10, 1994, at Keele University, Staffordshire; plus an Amateur International Award-winner shown only at a mini-cinema screening the previous day.

1. EYES UPON US
Darrin Lile (USA)
On her farm in rural Kansas, Lynn Gero (Terri McGilbra) has a vision of the Virgin Mary. A young professor from a nearby university, Adria Benner (Dawn Butler Mundy), and a journalist, Chris DeSalvo (Rick Mundy), can find out very little about Lynn, except that she has a lineage tracing back to a Native American Medicine Man and a husband, Steve (Craig Adams), who, despite their separation, has a hold over her emotions and actions.
Transfer from NTSC system.
UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
TECHNICAL QUALITY NOT SUITABLE FOR BIG-SCREEN PRESENTATION
IAC Best Open Entry 1994

Story
44.mins


2. HATE
Howard Ford (East Sussex)
A disturbing story written by Jason Delorme, who also stars - in an amazing, virtuoso performance - as Sam Goode, a sexually-frustrated young man. When he realises that his drinking partner, Pete (Denis Sharp), is dating the girl of his dreams, Sally (Emily Wood), Sam, who has already shown his tendency to violence by attacking an innocent commuter (played by the director), goes berserk. Also starring Tara Lavelle as Sam's sister, Sophie. Music composed and performed by Colin Hives.
CONTAINS GRAPHIC VIOLENCE AND VERY BAD LANGUAGE
IAC International Award, Best Sound Award 1994

Story
45.mins


Total running time 89 mins.

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