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The 25th
Great Northern Festival
was held on
29
th November to

1st  December 2019

The Great Northern Audio Visual Festival is held on the first weekend in December every year.
It is a weekend of Entertainment, Competition and Learning for all Audio Visual enthusiasts.

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The Jury

Edgar Gibbs  FRPS MPAGB/AV AV-AFIAP  (Chair)













        Bev Tyrer                                          Alan Tyrer  

                                                        ARPS DPAGB/AV AV-AFIAP


Bev Tyrer Alan Tyrer Edgar Gibbs

In order to encourage newcomers and the less experienced AV worker to enter and attend the Festival The New Horizons Competition is a restricted category for those authors who have not previously won awards in a major competition. Authors will be given verbal feedback on the day from the Judges and written feedback after the Competition.









New Horizons Competition

The main competition is open to all residents of Great Britain, including Northern & Southern Ireland, and overseas residents if they are attending.

Great Northern Competition


For supporting   The 25th Great Northern Festival   we are extremely grateful to :-
PicturesToExe - www.wnsoft.com
PTE AV Studio
www.wnsoft.com
AKM Music - Royalty Free Music
Photographic Alliance of Great Britain - www.thepagb.org.uk
PAGB Patronage 2019-40
Cannon Projectors

www.canon.co.uk/projectors/


The Lancashire and Cheshire Photographic Union for kindly donating an L&CPU Gold Medal for the winner of the New Horizons


New Horizons - 14 Entries  

       Sequence                 Author

1st   Reconciliation              Derrick Holliday
2nd  La Vallee des Saints    Mo Martin
3rd  Lovanet Lake                Peter & Carol Hyett

Great Northern - 41 Entries  

1st    Safe                          Judith Kimber
2nd  There Was Never Anybody Like Him
                                        Richard Brown
3rd   Inn On The Pass        Keith Leedham


The Howard Gregory Memorial Trophy
for ‘The Most Creative Soundtrack’
Was awarded to
'It’s Good To Talk'  by John Smith
by Howard Bagshaw





Download the full results & prize list  HERE

Download Programme & Entries  HERE