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A Spy in the House that Ruth Built (Vanalyne Green, 1989)
A female baseball fan examines her obsession with the game, along psycho-sexual lines. Vanalyne Green appropriates the all-male arena of pro baseball to create an hilarious visual essay about family,… Read more

Changing Schools (John Hughes, Penny Robbins, 1985)
An archival to present day compilation from existing film and video produced on the Victorian education system and issues of ... concern at various periods. ... Read more

Communication #5 (Jack White, 1984)
Two patients who can't speak English vs two doctors who can hardly speak, locked in combat and separated only by a multi-lingual referee. ... Read more

Fair Go - Your Rights At Work (Tony Wright, 1984)
Through this lively, cartoon style mix of fantasy and real-life situations, young people learn the perils and pitfalls of entering the workforce. ... Read more

HERE WE GO (Richard Anthony, 1985)
Yorkshire miners and their supporters make a grass roots assessment of the 12 month British miners' strike. ... Read more

Just Hold Still (Jem Cohen, 1989)
Essentially a compilation work made up of numerous short pieces, described by Cohen as: Where Documentary Collides. Music Video As Independent Film. Birds As Punctuation ... The project compiles shor… Read more

LONGSHOT (Lynne Herchmann, 1989)
That question mark is no typographical error - Longshot is an eerie documentary style video that meshes fiction and reality so seamlessly you'll not be sure where one ends and the other begins. The r… Read more

Love Stories (Robert Randall, Frank Bendinelli, 1984)
Love Stories presents representations of love and sex. ... Read more

Reinforce (Andrew Scott, 1985)
A series of role plays that examine the rights of residents in institutions. ... Read more

Rita Ndzanga - South African (Beata Lipman, 1984)
Rita is a black trade unionist .She talks about her life and the struggle for freedom in South Africa that has led to her frequent arrest. ... Read more

The Adventures of Hugo The Innocent (Neil Armstrong, 1984)
Having been ill for the last five years with only a blurred image of his TV set to relay information from the outside world, Hugo, ... now recovered, sets forth. ... Read more

This is a History of New York (The Golden Dark Age of Reason) (Jem Cohen, 1988)
A "history" of New York City from Prehistoric Times through the Space Age, illustrated entirely with documentary street footage. ... The filmmaker made a wide-ranging study of radically different wor… Read more

Witness Butthole Surfers (Jem Cohen, 1987)
In which Cohen bears witness to the dark intensity of the American band Butthole Surfers filmed at a particularly exuberant show. Brooding and unsettling - an anti-music video??? ... Read more

Work & Change (Inez Bararay, 1985)
Provides an account of the introduction of industrial democracy within government factories by the Australian Federal ... Government. ... Read more

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