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Double Portrait

Hungary, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 23)

Director: Gábor György Kovásznai

Two portraits, of a man and a woman, go through a series of strange changes which indicate their relationship.

Golden Ducat Award for Animation, Mannheim Festival.

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Asphyxiation

Denmark, 1965
In the old days, one could kill a man - if one had enough power. Today, one may let him kill himself - if he has enough power. ... More »

An Award for Mr. Rossi

Italy, 1960
A witty satire on amateur movie makers. Signor Rossie becomes ambitious and wins an Oscar despite a complete lack of talent. ... More »

GOOD TIMES, WONDERFUL TIMES

UK, 1965
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Ideal

Czechoslovakia, 1963
A satirical comment on human foibles, built around the theme of a man searching for his ideal. ... More »

Invocation

South Korea, 1965
A dance drama based on a Korean legend which has it that witches can recall departed souls, but that these souls are permitted to stay in this world only during the hours of darkness. ... Prize, Asia… More »

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