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.
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 »
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 »
A humorous fable about modern parents, modern children, and their modern toys. ... First Prize, Animation, Chicago Festival. ... More »
A young man's relationship with a young girl in a chance meeting under strange circumstances. ... More »
An animated enactment of Samuel Beckett's play about regimented modern man. ... More »
Every day in cities all over the world, people await the newsagent with the day's news. This film shows how the morning papers come to people at Newport, N.S.W. ... More »