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Programme C

A HOT NOON (Zako Heskiya, 1965)
The film opens at a station where a train is overdue. The waiting crowd is curious, and a group of soldiers among them sets off to find out what has happened. When the train is found, it is discovere… Read more

Ephesus (Fred Padula, 1965)
The expression of extremely deep religious emotions is intimately observed in a Negro church. ... Read more

HAPPY GAMES (Aito Makinen, 1965)
Happy Games is composed of two episodes, one a romantic incident, the other a comedy. ... Stick is a comedy about a family's week-end trip — with father, mother, three children, and animals &md… Read more

HEROSTRATUS (Don Levy, 1968)
Herostratus burnt down the temple of Artemis in Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It was a bid to achieve immortality by some great feat of destruction. That same night, Alexand… Read more

High in the Himalayas (Frank S. Cellier, 1965)
A record of Sir Edmund Hillary's expedition to the remote Khumbu area of the Nepalese Himalayas, where he instituted a program of aid to the Sherpa people. ... Cine Golden Eagle; Alpine Award, Trento… Read more

It Helps to be Mad (John King, 1966)
A commentator, travelling through New Zealand's lake district with a vintage and veteran car rally, becomes involved with vintage cars himself. ... Read more

Mondo Caries (Kurt Gloor, 1970)
The film is the expression of its maker's personal fear of his dentist. ... Read more

My Wise Daddy (Saraiya, 1965)
A brief, popular propaganda film on family planning. ... Read more

Some of my Best Friends (Neville Smith, Tom Heritage, 1969)
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THE BIG DIG (Ephraim Kishon, 1969)
A lunatic escapes in a milk van which drops him in the midst of a road building team from which he steals a pneumatic drill and starts to dig in the main square of Tel Aviv. Police stop the traffic i… Read more

The More Man Understands (Michael Birkett, 1965)
The film documents the fresh approach to learning in some of Britain's new universities through new courses of study which have been recently introduced. ... Read more

WALKOVER (Jerzy Skolimowski, 1965)
Walkover, the original Polish title of this film, is an English expression meaning "an easy victory". Though an entity in itself, in a sense this film is a continuation of Skolimowski's earlier film,… Read more

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