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AU HASARD, BALTHAZAR (Robert Bresson, 1966)
The burden of humanity is placed on the shoulders and into the very being of one of God's forgotten creatures in Bresson's masterpiece, the ultimate animal film. ... Baptised by three children and ch… Read more

BEETLE QUEEN CONQUERS TOKYO (Jessica Oreck, 2009)
“It's as though Sofia Coppola had scrapped Lost in Translation midway through to focus instead on elephant beetles.” - Austin Chronicle ... The ineffable mystery of Japan's age-old love affair wi… Read more

BORDER (Harutyun Khachtryan, 2009)
This wordless wonder examines life in the wake of the Armenian-Azerbaijan conflict, as seen through the eyes of a stray buffalo. ... In this poetic drama, given framework by the passing seasons, film… Read more

MY DOG TULIP (Paul Fierlinger, Sandra Fierlinger, 2004)
“Unable to love each other, the English turn naturally to dogs.” - J.R. Ackerley ... For curmudgeonly writer J.R. Ackerley, a man unable to connect emotionally with other people, the biggest love… Read more

NENETTE (Nicolas Philibert, 2010)
Six hundred thousand people have filed past her cage each year. Seven days a week, winter and summer. For 37 years. ... Humans are heard but never seen in this wry documentary that turns its focus sq… Read more

PRIMATE (1974) (Frederick Wiseman, 1974)
“It is essentially about one set of primates who have power, using it against another who haven't.” - Guardian ... Prolific documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman (whose La Danse is also screeni… Read more

Rabbit à la Berlin (Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosolowski, 2009)
The untold story of the wild rabbits that lived in the Death Zone between the Berlin Walls. ... --- ... D/S Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosolowski P Anna Wydra, Heino Deckert WS Deckert Distribution L Germ… Read more

SWEETGRASS (Lucien Castaing-Taylor, 2009)
“Monumental. An anthropological work of art.” - Cinema Scope ... A giant bleating flock of three thousand sheep take to the big mountains - and the big screen - in a documentary unlike anything y… Read more

Zoo (Bert Haanstra, 1962)
A 1962 short from Bert Haanstra made from footage he secretly shot of people visiting Amsterdam's Artis Zoo. ... --- ... D/P Bert Haanstra S Bert Haanstra, Simon Carmiggelt L no dialogue TD 16mm /196… Read more

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