Skip to main content

Henry Moore

Canada, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 29)

Director: Julius Kohanyi

The sculptor and his work: a personal study conducted and narrated like a self-portrait by Henry Moore.

See also...

Tevye

Tevye is a popular character in some of the stories of the great Yiddish author, Sholom Aleichem. Saul Field, printmaker and film maker, produced a series of prints which he called the Sholom ... More »

JE T'AIME, JE T'AIME

Claude Ridder has tried to shoot himself: he is picked up from the hospital by two strangers. taken on a mysterious car ride to a clinical centre, and prepared for an experiment in which he is shut ... More »

DELAY IN MARIENBORN

A sealed American military train leaves Berlin nightly for West Germany with every passenger accounted for, thus is not subjected to Russian inspection en route. On this particular night the routine ... More »

THREEPENNY OPERA

A genial adaptation lull of criticism and social satire, of the famous Brecht &ndash: Weill opera which was based on John Gay's "The Beggar's Opera," and the works of Francois Villon. ... The plot ... More »

Charley

Charley has the knack of turning into any conceiv­able thing, and he does this all the time to keep his pet cat amused. ... Lion of St. Mark, Venice Festival. ... More »

The Chair

Two aspects of linguistics are demonstrated in this Elm. The first is a series of spontaneous effects intended to make a good impression without actually saying anything. The second shows words used ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director