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Films By Bent Barfod

Asphyxiation (Bent Barfod, 1965)
In the old days, one could kill a man - if one had enough power. Today, one may let him kill himself - if he has enough power. ... Read more

Ballet-Ballad (Bent Barfod, 1963)
A ballet film giving us a high-spirited panorama of mankind's development from ancient Egypt to the space age. ... First Prize, International Television Festival, Buffalo; Award of Merit, San Francis… Read more

Blink and Waves (Bent Barfod, 1961)
An abstract symphony of light, music, and movement. ... Read more

Current Affairs (C. Wedel, Bent Barfod, 1961)
Using the technique of animation this film gives an account, both true and humorous, of the development of Sweden's supply of electrical power during the last fifty years. ... Read more

Julie (Bent Barfod, 1970)
A ballet film in which live dancers move among cartoon figures. The eternal couple experience dangers, joys, then disappear as they came. ... Read more

Mixed Double (Bent Barfod, 1970)
Bent Barfod, Danish avant-garde film director, produced an experimental photographic ballet film in Mixed Double. ... Read more

The Drop of Water (Bent Barfod, 1969)
In a magnified drop of water, the world can be reflected. But it is not the everyday world... ... Read more

The Saints (Bent Barfod, 1968)
When the Saints go marchin' in . . . they do so to a swinging, animated dance of death. ... Read more

The Sun is Red (Bent Barfod, 1972)
A film about the environment and pollution, asking among other things, "'. . . Is it enough for me to know that Ihcy are there? Our self-created enemies, whom we do not even know, and who do not hit … Read more

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