Skip to main content

THE SHEPHERDS OF BERNERAY

USA, 1981 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Allen Moore, Jack Shea

The Shepherds of Berneray documents the life of a Gaelic-speakin'g island community over the course of a year, encompassing the life cycle of the sheep they tend.

See also...

WHO SHALL LIVE AND WHO SHALL DIE?

Made over a period of three years for a mere $100,000, Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die? looks raw and unsophisticated, but the very poverty of its means allows a ... devastating political story to ... More »

Stiletto

In Stiletto, a woman, Nadja Vidal, searches for the murderer of her sister. This search goes through differing moments of reality, or unreality, that are imbricated within each other in facets of a ... More »

Solomon's Nightmare: A Study in Grey

A parable about spiritual corruption and insanity, told entirely through images and music. ... More »

Variety

The film reverses the roles of and conventions of traditional cinema by confronting representations of sexuality and male/female desire directly, while not abandoning the pleasure(s) of narrative ... More »

Ecocide: A Strategy of War

Ecocide: a Strategy of War explores the results and implications of modern environmental warfare techniques used by the U.S. during the Vietnam War. These ecocidal tactics included massive chemical ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director