Skip to main content

The Living Soil

Australia, 1982 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Roger Seccombe

This film summarizes the origin of the soil and the life within it. Photographic techniques reveal actions that our senses cannot otherwise register.

See also...

Last Breakfast in Paradise

After attending a conference in Surfers' Paradise, a scriptwriter asks his girlfriend to join him for a brief holiday in this glamorous setting. ... More »

The Melbourne Concert Hall

Architects, administrators, interior designers, construction workers and others associated with the construction of the Melbourne Concert Hall are interviewed about the iconic Melbourne landmark ... More »

DOUGLAS MAWSON - THE SURVIVOR

Australia owes its claim of 40% of Antarctic territory to Douglas Mawson, who led scientific expeditions to the Antarctic and was the first to identify uranium in Australia. ... During an expedition ... More »

Cafe of Love

Cafe of Love is a humorous drama about superficial love in Darlinghurst's cafe society. The central couple, Steve and Penn, decide their fate over a game of space invaders. ... More »

Four Steps to Glamour

An easy-to-follow, simple-to-use guide that puts one on the path to beauty, love and ultimate vulnerability. ... More »

Foxbat and the Demon

An animated film about a flying fox that is taken captive by a demon. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director