Director: Bob Kuwahara
Hashimoto displays annoyance at the intrusion of modern western influences on the oriental calm of his home, and the steps he takes to overcome the problem meet with disastrous results.
The dawn to dusk activities of a football Saturday are condensed to reveal the ant-like ritual of people at mass sporting events. A folk-music background adds wry comment. ... More »
The story of a boy and girl who meet at a party is told partly through symbolic interpretation of the objects of the immediate concern. ... More »
The true story of the accidental discovery of gold in the Klondike by one Hector Heathcote, who, of course, secured no credit for his achievement. ... More »
An impressionistic study of seascapes extending from Northern Oregon to the Mexican border. ... More »
An allegorical satire, showing the adventures of a group of contestants in a cross-country race. ... More »
This initial feature film by independent Rick Carrier is about the disintergration of a Puerto Rican family whilst attempting to adjust themselves to hostile tenement life. Recently arrived in the ... More »