Skip to main content

Morty

USA, 1965 (MIFF 1967, Programme 16)

Director: William Compton

An amusing reminder of just how loaded the index finger can be in the fantasy world of the child.

See also...

SHANGHAI EXPRESS

On a train journey from Peiping to Shanghai, Shanghai Lily, notorious white prostitute, meets an old flame, Captain Harvey. The train is stopped by revolutionists led by Chang, and Harvey is held as ... More »

THE WOLF MEN

Pity the poor wolf. They've been the heavies in song and dance since the beginnings of recorded history. Garnished with Disney clips of "Red Riding Hood" and "The Three Little Pigs", this film shows ... More »

Captain H

The Story of one barge and her captain passing along the River Seine from Le Havre to Paris. The film gives an insight into the life of the river people, a life still hard enough and one which tends ... More »

Saturday Parade

A candid camera's coverage of the Cape Town Parade on a typical Saturday, from early morning until midnight. ... More »

Pussy Pumps Up

The cat-girl heroine, Pussy, finds herself dwarfed in a world of the big boys. Yet, through exercising her mind and body - (wit and grace), she can metamorphose effortlessly from one opposite to the ... More »

Stress

The film deals with five families whose children are physically handicapped or mentally seriously disturbed. It shows their problems which range from accommodation to finance, and that all are waging ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director