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16 Up Showcase

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
To mark International Youth Year Steve Blacknell introduces a two-part festival of films and videos made by young people.
Part 1 - BBC1 plays host to an amazing variety of movies made by young people aged between 15 and 25, using super-8 and 16mm film, VHS and U-matic, working mostly on shoe-string budgets.
The line-up includes dramas and documentaries, animations, music videos, scratch videos and material that defies classification. With over 200 entries to choose from, Showcase worked with a panel of six young people to make this final selection. Titles include The Girl that Cried Wolf, The Adventures of Ray Cathode, Not Your Ordinary Boring Day and Bloodless Days.
Plus at 11.30* a full-length feature: The Piper - an updated version of the Pied
Piper by West Surrey College student Robert Bangura , in which an 8-year-old girl plays the part of the Piper (there are no rats). Reviewing the screenings Verity Lambert. Showcase selection panel Nadine Marsh-Edwards
Zadoc Nava , Karen MacMillan Andrew Westoby
Julie Seabrook , David Jules Research LAZELL DALEY
Producer TONY MATTHEWS
For notes on making your own film or video send large sae with 25p stamp to: 1[address removed]
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Contributors

Unknown: Robert Bangura
Unknown: Verity Lambert.
Unknown: Nadine Marsh-Edwards
Unknown: Zadoc Nava
Unknown: Karen MacMillan
Unknown: Andrew Westoby
Unknown: Julie Seabrook
Unknown: David Jules
Unknown: Research Lazell Daley
Producer: Tony Matthews






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