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  BIAFF 2011 awards4       (Library ref no. 116)
N.B. Sent out as one hire with awards 1, 2, and 3.

BIAFF - BRITISH INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR FILM FESTIVAL (Harrogate 2011)
This is Set 2 of 4 DVDs with the top award winners from the festival as screened at BIAFF 2011, in the Cairn Hotel, Harrogate. Click here for Festival Report.
Compilation by Val Ellis (Video Selector) Reviews by Michael Gough. These are all in the 4:3 format.

1. Still from 'After the Bus Had Gone'.AFTER THE BUS HAD GONE
Michael Gough (Sunderland)

What can I possibly say about my own video? A very concise biography of Dylan Thomas.

Four Stars, BIAFF 2011  (article on making it) (watch it online)

Documentary
5.mins


2. GEORGE MOORE'S RED AND THE WOLF
Still from 'George Moores Red and the Wolf'.George Moore (Norfolk)

A dramatic representation of the story of Red Riding Hood as told in stop motion animation by one of the youngest entrants.

Four Stars, Best Entry in the under 16 Age Category, BIAFF 2011
(article on making it) (watch it online)

Animation
4.mins


3. Still from 'SOS'.S.O.S.
Michael Franke (Germany)

Sometimes when you are desperate you still need a little help.

Three Stars, Best 60-seconds Movie, BIAFF 2011

One Minute
1.mins


4. PATROUILLE (Patrol)
Still from ' Patrouille'.Wendy Dettman (Germany)

A beautifully designed black and white cutout silhouette animation almost three dimensional in its presentation. A young girl proves herself to be an effective night watchman in the streets of the small town.

IAC Diamond, BIAFF 2011

Animation
9.mins


Total running time 19 mins. DVD.

Rental fee £7.50


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