Director: Kim Cross
An experimental film in search of a new perception of reality.
This is an affectionate tribute to John Grierson, who founded and led the British documentary film movement in the Thirties, and who later established in Montreal, what grew into the largest ... More »
A pixillated fantasy on an unusual attempt at escape. ... FIPRESCI Prize, New York ... More »
A long and thoughtful look at those desperate days of October 1970, when Quebec Liberation Front (FLQ) terror gripped the streets of Montreal and it seemed that Quebec's search for independence and ... More »
Eminent personalities associated with the theatre, among them Dame Sybil Thorndyke, for whom "St. Joan" was written a half century ago, engage in animated comment on Shaw, his plays, his theatrical ... More »
The world, as seen through the windows of a speeding train, a kaleidoscope of fleeting images, accompanied mainly by the rhythm of the train—itself, invisible throughout the film. ... More »