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BIAFF 2007 AWARDS 1       (Library ref no. 33)

As screened at BIAFF 2007, Tunbridge Wells. Click here for Festival Report.

1. COFFEE BREAK
Urbain Appeltans (Belgium)

A wife is kneading some dough in the kitchen. We hear her husband angrily calling her from upstairs. The film is what then happens ...

WIDESCREEN FORMAT
IAC Gold Standard Award 2007
Article on making the film.

Drama
13.mins


2. THE THAMES TUNNEL
John Astin (Hertfordshire)

In 1825, the 20-year-old engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel took over from his recently deceased father the job of excavating under the River Thames, a tunnel from Wapping to Rotherhithe. This film shows the various problems he encountered. Also, the current situation.

IAC Gold Standard Award 2007
Best Use of Sound Award 2007
Article on making the film
.

Documentary
15.mins


3. AN EVENING AT HOME
Alan Colegrave (Middlesex)

After her female friend leaves, a young woman has a shower. She is interrupted by a call on her mobile 'phone. An unknown man starts to talk to her ...

BRIEF NUDITY
UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
IAC Silver Plus Standard Award 2007

Drama
9.mins


4. EIN ETWAS ANDERES JAHR
(A RATHER DIFFERENT YEAR)

Karin & Bernhard Hausberger (Austria)

In 2005 Bernhard reaches his 50th birthday - he is diagnosed with cancer ... This is his story. (Mostly in English but English subtitles where needed.)

Daily Mail Challenge Trophy for the Best Film in the Competition 2007
IAC International Standard Award 2007
Best Documentary Award 2007
Article on making the film
.

Documentary
30.mins


5. FANTABULOUS
Garry Brown (Essex)

A CG animation film about a young boy learning how to propagate plants and then create an ecology.

WIDESCREEN FORMAT

IAC International Standard Award 2007
Best British Entry Award 2007
Best Animation Award 2007
Best Youth Entry Award 2007
Article on making the film
.

Animation
9.mins


6. THE PARTY
Alisan Beadie (Newcastle)

A young woman (Tania Mathias) makes a cake, then having put it in the oven, realises that she has used up all the milk from the fridge so goes to the front door to collect a new pint from the doorstep, but the door closes behind her. But this is only the start of her problems ... !

IAC Gold Standard Award 2007
Best Humour Award 2007.

Humour
6.mins


Total running time 80 mins. DVD or MiniDV tape.

Price:  £7.50  


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