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THE WAR (Aleksey Balabanov, 2002)
Set in Chechnya and England, The War is an adventure story that mixes satire, action and broad humour to expose the brutalities of war. ... During the war in Chechnya, guerilla fighters take as hosta… Read more

The Wave (Sabin Balasa, 1967)
The subject matter of the arts today is becoming increasingly concerned with the relationship between the creator and his creation. Through his work, the creator enters into a knowledge of life, of t… Read more

The Weavers (Fali Bilimoria, 1960)
This documentary film about communal weaving was made at Kancheepuram in South India with the aim of promoting cooperation in industy and agriculture. ... President of India's Award. ... Read more

THE WEAVERS: WASN'T THAT A TIME (Jim Brown, 1981)
The Weavers are the embodiment of American folk music. This was the first group to make popular ballads, spirituals, local songs and "appalachian music" in the U.S. Their records sold millions. Pete … Read more

The Wharfie (Barbara Boyd-Anderson, 1984)
A retired wharfie revisits Port Melbourne with his grandson, ... only to find technology has altered the waterfront. ... Read more

The White Tailed Deer (Bernard Beaupre, 1977)
A documentary about the work of biologists towards the preservation of the white-tailed deer in Quebec. ... Read more

THE WHITE WALL (Stig Björkman, 1975)
Monika, who is a divorced housewife, wakes early one morning, at about five-thirty. Next to her in the bed is a stranger, a man she met the day before. He has lied to her about his name, his job, his… Read more

THE WOMAN THAT MEN YEARN FOR (Kurt Bernhardt, 1929)
... ... Blackmail, murder, adultery and a few other deadly sins form the basis for The Woman That Men Yearn for (1929). The film pre-dated The Blue Angel (1930), for many the first acknowledged scree… Read more

The Women of El Planeta (Maria Barea, )
The women of El Planeta have organised themselves Comite de Danas" in order to fight the biggest evils municipal district—hunger, disease, illiteracy. ... Read more

THE YOUNG ONE (Luis Buñuel, 1960)
Bunuel used an island off the coast of one of the southern states to make this film about a Negro on the run - a story of innocence and corruption. ... The film's simple plot transcends its one local… Read more

THEN CAME THE LEGEND (Andrei Blaier, 1968)
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This is Iceland (Kjartan Bjarnason, 1960)
A colourful travelogue on modern Iceland from the life and bustle of Reykjavik to the glaciers and hot springs of the more remote inland areas. ... Read more

This is the A.B.C. (Shan Benson, 1955)
A comprehensive survey of the many services provided by the Australian Broadcasting Commission to its local and overseas listeners, presented in the form of a tour of a typical day's activities both … Read more

THOMAS HARDY: A MAN WHO NOTICED THINGS (John Bartlett, 1977)
A dramatised documentary to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of the novelist and poet, Thomas Hardy. Presented by the contemporary poet, Charles Causley, the film takes a close look at Hardy's … Read more

Three in a Million (Jennie Blackwood, 1959)
The story of three of the million migrants who reached Australia after the end of the war. An Italian boy in Melbourne, an Englishwoman on a South Australian farm, and a German scientist working on t… Read more

Thursday SE10 (David Cohen, Peter Bull, 1971)
Any day, any suburb: the goings on of typical people. A "News of the World" cross section of a community and the way they spend their day. ... Read more

Tilt (George Barber, 1984)
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Time (Jože Bevc, 1973)
This is a film about Citizen Urban, who never has enough time. His wife is at home, waiting. Urban hurries on. and in his haste, even manages to overtake time .... ... Read more

Tinglewood (R. G. Button, )
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TIRO (Jacob Bijl, 1979)
Tom is a boy on the verge of adulthood. Living a protected life with his parents and sister, he rebels against his father's plan to sell off the marshlands they own. His family's tradition has been t… Read more

To Australia with Love (Mal Bryning, 1969)
A product of the notorious 1969 Melbourne film festival censorship scandal, (when Swedish director Stig Bjorkman arrives as a guest of the festival only to find his film I Love, You Love, had been ba… Read more

TOPSY-TURVY: THE FORGOTTEN GENIUS OF CHARLEY BOWERS (Charley Bowers, 2004)
Topsy-Turvy: The Forgotten Genius of Charley Bowers USA Charley Bowers (1889-1946) had a career that spanned an amazingly diverse array of styles over 25 years, and though hailed by critics for their… Read more

TOUGH ENOUGH (Detlev Buck, 2006)
From its opening shot, Detlev Buck's Tough Enough is as uncompromising as its title suggests, another example of the emerging power of new German filmmaking. Fifteen-year-old Michael Polischka gets a… Read more

Towers Open Fire (Antony Balch, 1963)
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Traces (Julia Browne, 1991)
Traces explores the theme of cultural disguise on several layers visually through the metaphor of clothing, through a narration highlighting both an individual's denial and a nation's reclamation, an… Read more

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