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The Station (Veljko Bikić, 1982)
A man waits for transport... ... Read more

The Stone and the Sea (Veljko Bulajic, 1953)
From the mountains of Yugoslavia the rocky shores meet the sea in wonderful landscapes and towns. Old towns, lonely castles and mountain spurs wrapped in cloud confront the traveller on every journey. Read more

The Story of Rosy Dock (Jeannie Baker, 1995)
The beautiful imagery of artist Jeannie Baker ani­mates The Story of Rosy Dock, the tale of an elderly woman who sets up home in the central Aus­tralian desert. In her attempt to recreate the… Read more

THE STRANGER AND THE FOG (Bahram Beizai, 1975)
Directed by Iranian, Bahram Beiza'i, The Stranger and the Fog is set firmly in a mythic background. A stranger arrives in a primitive fishing village, drifting ashore in a small boat, bloodied and di… Read more

The Submerged Submarine (Václav BedÅ™ich, 1971)
A comic horror cartoon about a submarine. ... Read more

THE SUM OF US (Kevin Dowling, Geoff Burton, 1994)
Aimed at a broad international audience without ever losing its specifically Australian verve and visual vernacular, The Sum Of Us (an engaging screen adaptation of David Stevens' popular play, stage… 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

THE SUPREME KID (Peter Bryant, 1975)
In this first comedy feature from writer-director Peter Bryant, two drifters, Wes and Ruben, thumb their way across Canada. They act like a cross between hoboes and hippies, and in one town an old ma… Read more

THE THINGS I CANNOT CHANGE (Tanya Ballantyne, 1967)
From three weeks of camera observation of the real life of the Bailey family in Montreal, this film shows that there is far more to living in poverty than most people have hitherto realized. ... Exce… Read more

The Third Wheel (Adam Bernstein, 1988)
A bomb inside a baby, a fanatical anti-abortionist, his pregnant wife and a psychopathic hitchhiker, all in a car, on a drive that takes longer than expected. A juxtaposition of fears, ideotogies and… Read more

The Tom Machine (Paul Bamborough, 1980)
A science fiction comedy. 100 years in the future. Tom is both bored and worried in the humdrum, violent times and. unable to remember what his job is. decides to leave. But everyone keeps telling hi… Read more

The Tower (James Bogle, 1984)
A highly choreographed piece of performance art which borrows from music, dance, poetry and sculpture. Three ... people construct and de construct a tower using 39 office. The film captures the essen… Read more

THE TRAITORS (Members of Grupo Cine de la Base, 1973)
The Traitors is directed and performed by a group of professional and amateur film-makers known only as the Grupo Cine de la Base. They are drawn from Argentina's new revolutionary left, and the main… Read more

THE TRAMP AND THE DICTATOR (Kevin Brownlow, Michael Kloft, 2001)
When Victoria Chaplin, daughter of Charles, rummaged through her father's effects she stumbled across a pile of new film rolls. Revealed here for the first time, the find is Sydney Chaplin's colour d… Read more

THE TRAVELLERS (Bahram Beizai, 1992)
Thoroughly Iranian in its carefully observed detail of character and daily life, Travellers is none the less a dazzling departure for director Bahram Beizai, whose best known film in Australia is Bas… Read more

THE TREE (Julie Bertucelli, 2010)
A lyrical film about dealing with loss, set in stunning rural Queensland. ... The fruit of a partnership between French filmmaker Julie Bertucelli (Since Otar Left) and Australian producers, The Tree… Read more

THE TRENCH (William Boyd, 1998)
The Somme, First of July, 1916. What Saving Private Ryan did for Word War II Europe and Apocalypse Now did for jungle conflict, William Boyd's shattering The Trench does for the muddy, bloody killing… Read more

THE TRESPASSER (Beto Brant, 2001)
"The Trespasser went down so well when it screened at Sundance 2002 (it picked up the best Latin American feature prize) that director and co-writer Beto Brant was approached for US remake rights and… Read more

THE TRIAL OF JOAN OF ARC (Robert Bresson, 1962)
Robert Bresson's account of the Joan of Arc story, although austere and elliptical as are all his films, remains very close to the written records of the trial held in 1431. ... The film begins twent… Read more

Celebrated photographer Shelby Lee Adams is in a precarious position. On one hand his work hangs in the most prestigious galleries worldwide; on the other he is heavily criticised for his subject mat… Read more

The Village (Mark Baker, 1993)
A small, village, isolated from the outside world, is a picture of peace and tranquillity. But the reality is slowly revealed. ... Read more

The Vision of William Blake (Guy Brenton, 1958)
The main intention of this film is not to examine the artistic achievement of William Blake, but to illustrate, by a comprehensive use of his books and pictures, the story of a spiritual journey, the… Read more

THE VOICE OF BERGMAN (Gunnar Bergdahl, 1997)
"An inspiring documentary, The Voice of Bergman offers a rare and fascinating opportunity to hear 79 year old Swedish master Ingmar Bergman speak for almost an hour and a half about what the cinema m… Read more

THE WALL (Alain Berliner, 1998)
In Belgium, the North and South have traditionally been in conflict. Albert, a Belgian in his mid 30s runs a hot chips stand that straddles the border between the two communities. When he hands his c… Read more

THE WAR (Veljko Bulajic, 1960)
Cesare Zavattini, the script-writer of the Italian neo-realist films, Bicycle Thieves, Shoe Shine and Umberto D had an idea for a film which he later entitled The War. After negotiations, Jadran Film… Read more

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