23 Skidoo (film)

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23 Skidoo
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Directed by Julian Biggs
Produced by Guy Glover (exec., uncr.)
Julian Biggs
Cinematography Paul Leach
Edited by Julian Biggs
Kathleen Shannon
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Release dates 1964
Running time 8 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

23 Skidoo is a 1964 short experimental black-and-white film by Julian Biggs, produced by the National Film Board of Canada. Its central images are "eerie" and "disturbing" scenes of downtown Montreal devoid of people.[1][2]

In 1965 the film was nominated for a BAFTA Award for "Best Short Film", and was also nominated for a UN Award. It won "Special Mention" in the international competition at the Cracow Film Festival that year.[3]

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