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GLOUCESTERSHIRE GOLDS : IAC 1988

Two regional Gold Seal winners in the 1988 IAC International Film and Video Competition premiered in mini-cinemas at movie 88. Previously known as the London International Amateur Film Festival, it was renamed to incorporate the changing year and was held March 4-6, 1988, at the Royal Horseguards Hotel, London, with the Awards Show in the Princess Anne Theatre at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in Piccadilly.

1. THE SOUND OF SILENCE
Rendcomb College (Glos)
Despite his handicap, a deaf youngster manages to get help for an injured schoolmate and thus gains a friend.
IAC Gold Seal (Junior) 1988

Children/ story
7mins


2. KID'S STUFF
The Childrens Film Institute (Glos)
The year is 1970. Top marksman Peter (Jon Beynon) has been invalided out of the Army after a land-mine incident and finds work at Lanscombe Prep. School, thanks to the Headmaster (John Nash) - known as 'Brigadier'. Here he finds himself continually confronted by the old gardener, Gareth (Mike Charlton), who takes issue with him over the role of soldiers in peacetime. Myson (Andrew Mason), a young lad back early for the Autumn term, persuades Peter to teach him to shoot. . . Produced and directed by Dorian Cowland.
IAC Gold Seal 1988

Donated by Dorian Cowland.

Children/ story
33mins


Total running time 40 mins.

Not available for hire at present.


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