features: The Magician, Vera Juliusdottir; The Wheel, Archie Leigh-Jones; Can I Buy You a Drink, Tara Cody & Dennis Donoghue; Every Street Dreams, Livewire Studio; That’s What’s So Sad, Sharon Keighley; Conehead, Don Pan; Waiting for Happiness, Gunhild Enger; Photograph, Andy Sykes; The Really Terrible Orchestra, Edward Brooke-Hitching; Kenkeneb, Archie Leigh-Jones; Darkie Day, Dewi Bruce-Konuah; The Cummerbund, Shelley Wain
exposures is a unique, national showcase of the very best student filmmaking in the UK. Lasting four days, the festival takes place every December at Cornerhouse, Manchester.
This DVD compilation offers a cross section of the best work on offer: everything from vegetable-based music videos to diary pieces and hard-hitting exposés. The film-makers range from self-taught 12-year-olds to post-grad students, and as a whole this DVD offers a first glimpse into a new generation of emerging talent. 83 minutes approximately..