Skip to main content

Homo Homini

Switzerland, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 7)

Director: Václav BedÅ™ich

A violent bombardment of disturbing images, using animation, puppets, newsreels, stills and music, comments on man's amazing ability to answer technical problems and his equally remarkable incompetence with human ones.

See also...

The Submerged Submarine

A comic horror cartoon about a submarine. ... More »

Thank You, Sirs

A wry tribute to Messrs. Daimler and Lenoir, inventors of the motorcar. ... More »

Pas de deux

Two of Canada's leading ballet dancers, Margaret Mercier and Vincent Warren, are clad in white and their pas de deux filmed against a black stage. For his 48th experimental film, Norman McLaren plays ... More »

I LOVE, YOU LOVE

As their period of living together draws to its inevitable end, Sten and Helena discover that a baby is on the way. Anxieties and aggressions begin to darken the lighthearted play which has been a ... More »

LOS OLVIDADOS

Los Olvidados (meaning the forgotten ones) was made in Mexico City slums with mostly non¬professional young actors whose talents lie in their simplicity, their obedience to brilliant direction ... More »

DEEP END

An adolescent's initiation into the turmoils of love is expressed by the tragic pursuit of a woman by a young boy. ... A 15-year-old boy becomes obsessed with a girl several years older, with whom he ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director