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Free Fall

Canada, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 43)

Director: Arthur Lipsett

Described as "a deliberate experiment in the manipulation of the accidental and the irrational", the film is an uncompromising view of aimless living.

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The Symphony of Scenes

In film, how does the image affect the sound, and the sound affect the image' How have they manipulated each other through the history of film and film music' ... The Symphony of Scenes is a musical … More »

Very Nice, Very Nice

Canada, 1961
By turns amusing, intriguing, startling — the film is a view of the world as it might register on the mind of someone young and uncommitted. ... More »


Canada, 1963
21-87 is another astringent view of life, disturbed and disturbing, by Arthur Lipsctt. His concern with alienation of the individual in this age was first shown in Very Nice, Very Nice, screened at a… More »

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