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The Trophies.

THE AWARD WINNERS

Amateur:

GOLD & OVERALL BEST FILM: Rose by Ron Prosser.
In addition to his trophies Ron receives two hundred and fifty pounds.
SILVER: Chester by Malcolm Whiteley.
In addition to his trophy Malcolm receives seventy pounds.
BRONZE:   Mlyn (The Mill) by Martin Lanik, Czechoslovakia.
In addition to his trophy Martin receives forty pounds.

Student:

GOLD: A Day at the Park by Dan Greenway.
In addition to his trophy Daniel receives one hundred pounds.
SILVER: Left With the Unknown by Emma Hey.
In addition to her trophy Emma receives seventy pounds.
BRONZE: The Seven Days of The Ninja by Mark Jackson.
In addition to his trophy Mark receives forty pounds.

Open:

GOLD:   Counting Sheep by Sven Taddicken, Germany.
SILVER: Shooter by K. Akeseh Tsakpo - Gloucester.
BRONZE: The Arabian Prince by Tana Fletcher.


Photographic Society of America Gold Medal
for Best Photography:
H5
by Holger Hendricks, Germany.

Best of British:
Romania
by Matthew Bigwood, Dursley, Stroud.
In addition to his trophy Matthew receives seventy five pounds.

Best Use of Sound:
Rycote Microphone Windshields Ltd. of  Stroud
awards to each a Sennheiser ME66/K6 microphone with professional wind shield:

Left With the Unknown by Emma Hey
A Park for all Seasons by John Astin
A Forgotten Hero by Alan Wood

The Jessops Prize:
The Enchanted Islands by Daphne Barbieri


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