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Dear Green Place

UK, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme E)

Director: Michael Pavett, Oscar Marzaroli

Through a series of stills taken over a ten-year period, a Glasgow photographer affectionately traces the rebirth of his city as seen through the eyes of an old man recalling his youth.

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Breakfast

UK, 1968
A light satire on the American space race with a twist in its tail. ... More »

FLOWERS ON A ONE-WAY STREET

Canada, 1968
A group of young people in Toronto wanted their street closed to through traffic with its noise and fumes. The press tagged them as "hippies". The establishment, represented by Toronto City Council, … More »

Man and Factory

Iceland, 1968
No comment—but that of the ugliness and noise in a factory. A briskly edited study of workers, their tedium and alienation in the atmosphere of their place of work. ... More »

Like Fabulous Fireworks

Italy, 1968
A report on the world of the hippie, the New Left and all those young people in Italy who are determined to change a world they don't understand and in which they do not believe. ... More »

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