Skip to main content

Born a Man

USA, 1964 (MIFF 1965, American Shorts)

Director: G. Goldsmith

Using an imaginative and ineventive camera technique this film shows the rehabilitation of a person blinded in an accident.

See also...

It's About This Carpenter

A modern day parable traces the journey of a young carpenter from his Greenwich Village home to a church, where he delivers a commissioned wooden cross. ... Golden Eagle, Cine. ... More »

The Walk

A moving document of the walk across America and Europe to Russia by a small group of the Campaign for Non-Violent Action. "Impeccable editing gives the production a structure that under­lines ... More »

Litho

This is a concise exposition of the various types of lithgraphic printing, using exciting colour and a jazz score. ... Special Jury Prize, Tours Festival. ... More »

Breaking the Habit

A satirical dialogue between two animated charac­ters who succeed only in deceiving themselves as they talk about giving up smoking. ... Silver Award, San Francisco Festival. Nomination, Academy ... More »

Yankee Painter - The Work of Winslow Homer

Drawings, watercolours and oils of Winslow Homer illustrate his artistic development as well as the breadth of fits interest. ... More »

Where Have All The Flowers Gone?

Dramatising the folk ballad of the same name, this film offers a simple plea for peace. ... Golden Eagle Award, Cine. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director