Skip to main content

The Void

Canada, 1971 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Jean Jetté

A young man examining his relationship with his surroundings discovers a gapping void deep inside himself.

See also...

Synchromy

In Synchromy, there is an absolute parallel between sound and image: what is seen on the screen at any moment is the image or images that are creating the sound. For the eye and ear of the viewer the ... More »

This is a Photograph

Personal impressions of an immigrant's first five years in Canada, recorded in snapshots. ... More »

Propaganda Message

Pressures from ethnic, social or language groups can obscure the great potential of the federated States of Canada. ... More »

Cowboy and Indian

A warm portrait of two Toronto artists and art teachers, Robert Markle and Gordon Rayner. ... Rayner, with his handlebar moustache, represents the cowboy of the title, Markle, half Indian ('the ... More »

The Sea

The secrets of the sea are slowly being unravelled by the physicists, chemists, marine biologists, and all other scientists engaged in oceanography research. This science documentary film, centred on ... More »

Norman Jewison Filmmaker

Norman Jewison Film Maker is an intriguing, full-screen study of a man and a personality in action, moulding the performances in Fiddler on the Roof. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director