Full list of movie awards
Full list of AV awards |
ongratulation to David Peffer & Frank Hodges (St. Cuthbert's Films), whose film Joseph's Faith
won the Daily Mail Challenge Trophy
the Best Amateur Film.
A 14 year old boy starts to question his faith at the war time Germany...
Read more about the movie.
This year's event was hosted by the East Anglia Region of the IAC, EARIAC, at the Ramada Jarvis Hotel, Boundary Road, Norwich, on 4-6th April 2003.
A total of 195 movies were entered. 33 of those were from overseas. Among all the entries, 7 were given International Medallions, 31 were given Gold Seals and 70 were given Silver Seals.
For the first time, the Geoffrey Round AV Competitions all went digital. 16 different sequences were screened. The Gold Medal was won by Peter Coles (UK) for his entry, City of Flowers
Time by Holger Hendricks (Germany)
A visual observation of work and leisure.
Mitta by Michel Nelis (Belgium)
International Medallion + Best Acting Performance
A young woman, desperate to be a mother, causes tension between herself and her partner.
On the Cord by Arek Tomala (Germany)
International Medallion + Best Story
A young man tries to commit suicide, but changes his mind.
Sala D' Attesa (Waiting Room) by Rolf Mandolesi (Italy)
An old people's home - nothing to listen to, nothing to talk about, nothing to watch, just waiting...
The Wind in Love by Lemahieu Andre' & De Wulf Hubert (Belgium)
International Medallion + Best Documentary + Best Photography + Fuji cash award
When the wind blows across the wheatfields, brewing becomes an event.
The Taste of Revenge by Paul Amand, Alfons van den Bulck, Paul lacroix (Belgium)
International Medallion (Open) + Best Movie (Open)
A man buys a hunting rifle but is he the hunter or the hunted?
Congratulation to everyone and see you all again next year!
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Art work by Tony Kendle.
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