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GUERNSEY LILY INTERNATIONAL FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL 2002
PROGRAMME A

1. ES KOMMT DER TAG (DAYLIGHT HAS COME)
Klaus Verner Voss (Germany)
A computer-generated animation showing a young couple living in the Grand Canyon, but almost at the end of their tether because there has been no rain ... this is all cut to parts of The Grand Canyon Suite by Ferdy Grofé.
Very Highly Commended

Animation
6.mins


2. BEYOND THE PAIL
Philip Davies (UK)
A husband is having an affair with a colleague at work. One evening he takes his 'girlfriend' by car through a forest to a party, but things don't go as he expects...
Very Highly Commended

Story
10.mins


3. DES PAKISTANAISES - PAS COMME LES AUTRES (PAKISTANIS - NOT LIKE THE OTHERS)
Michele and Jean-Luc Jarousseau (France)
A documentary about the Kalash people living in Pakistan and their way of life. (English subtitles.)
Very Highly Commended

Documentary
13.mins


4. TIGRA
Etiennes Maes (Belgium)
Els, a university student of 20, still living at home with her parents and younger sister, has a boyfriend but is uncertain about her sexuality. The movie shows how things work out. (English subtitles.)
Best Acting Performance (Sophie Van der Stallen as Zus). Very Highly Commended

Story
31.mins


5. CLIPJOINT
Albert Noble (UK)
Another in the series by this well-known animator. What could be simpler than a paperclip - just wait until you see this movie!
Very Highly Commended
The film won 3rd prize in the animation section of the Czech ARSfilm Festival 2002
It was chosen as part of the British entry for UNICA 2002
(Making of article on IAC website - click here.)

Animation
3.mins


6. MOHAMED
Hans Dieter Kaemmerer (Germany) (Video adaptation by Horst Brucker)
Scenes of life of a young man, set in Morocco.
Transfer from film.
Highly Commended

Documentary
10.mins


7. CHALFONT ST PETER BELLRINGERS
Bourne End Video Camera Club (UK)
Alan Robinson. A series of scenes of the title. Widescreen format
Highly Commended

Documentary
b&w
7.mins


8. A SPLASH OF COLOUR
Alan Atkinson (UK)
An examination of how colour is caused, with vivid pictures to illustrate the various examples and elements. (See also lib.nos: V 232/233, item 1)
Very Highly Commended
(Making of article on IAC website - click here.)

Documentary
7.mins


9. SCHÄFCHEN ZÄHLEN (COUNTING SHEEP)
Sven Taddicken (Germany)
As the maker's own description has it - `A poetic grotesquerie about erotic longings, a fateful children's toy and the punctuality of German trains - but that isn't the half of it!
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
Gold Lily Award (Open Section)

Story
25.mins


(BECAUSE OF THE VARIOUS ORIGINS, SOUND LEVELS VARY.)

Total running time S-VHS 120 mins.

Not available for hire at present.


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