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Traffic Trauma (Mike Browning, 1966)
A light-hearted approach requesting motorists to simmer down when involved in traffic jams. ... Silver Award, Advertising Category, Australian Film Awards. ... Read more

TRAIN WITHOUT A TIMETABLE (Veljko Bulajic, 1959)
In the spring of 1946 a great migration of landless peasants took place in Yugoslavia, organised by the government; a movement from the arid, rocky areas to the fertile plains of Voyvodina. Owing to … Read more

This production covers twenty four hours in the Czech ghetto of Theresienstadt, depicting the events and procedures before the departure of another transpoit for Auschwitz. The action involves variou… Read more

Trapeze (Mino Bonon, 1982)
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TREES LOUNGE (Steve Buscemi, 1996)
Steve Buscemi has made an indelible mark on the world of independent film as an actor, bringing to life such unforgettable characters as 'Mr Pink' in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs and the stress… Read more

There's no point in claiming that this enjoyable film is, in its entirety, representative of any of the many trends of Indian cinema, be they of stylistic, linguistic or political foundations For thi… Read more

TRISTANA (Luis Buñuel, 1970)
Spain in the I920's - decaying morally and socially. A world filled by norms and relationships that have outlived their time and assumed dangerously reactionary proportions, form the background to th… Read more

Triumphant Tale, A (Scott Baskett, 2007)
A soft-centred contest where the vanilla-slice is more than just a delicious pastry. --- D/P Scott Baskett WS VCA School of Film and Television TD Vid/Col/2007/11min ... Read more

TROUBLE (Penelope Buitenhuis, 1992)
A street smart blast from the Berlin underground, Trouble comes as a welcome respite from the ponderous state of most current German cinema. Yet this is a reunification story too, a bulletin from the… Read more

TUDOR (Lucian Bratu, 1963)
This large scale production deals with Rumanian history during the first half of last last century, and shows the struggle of the people for liberty against the oppressive Boyars and Turks. ... In 18… Read more

Turangawaewae (Peter Burger, 2002)
A New Zealand warrior gives us a rare perspective of the Vietnam 'vet'. By placing his feet squarely on the green grass of home he makes his way to remembering. A gentle film dealing with a horrendou… Read more

TURNING POINT (Frank Beyer, 1983)
A true life story, based on novelist Kant's own experience as a 19-year-old drafted into the German army in 1944. Taken ... prisoner in Poland after only a few weeks' service, he is mistakenly identi… Read more

TWO FACES OF CHINA THE (René Burri, 1968)
In The Two Faces of China, René Burri draws from his extensive travels throughout this vast land to show how Chinese Communism has reconciled - or perhaps not - the traditional pull of family and th… Read more

Two Love Stories (Shota Bukoski, 2008)
Shota Bukoshi takes Two Love Stories and uses them to open a window onto the harsh daily life of modern Kosovo. But no matter how tough it gets, girls will always dream of love. ... --- D/P/S Shota B… Read more

TWO MOON JULY (Tom Bowes, 1986)
Two Moon July is a lyrical collage of performance music media and visual art made for television. The viewer joins two technical directors as they conduct a rehearsal for a live performance. Performa… Read more

Un Chien Andalou (Luis Buñuel, 1929)
Strongly influenced by psychological thought, the film purports to be a revelation of Dali's subconscious experiences. An attempt to show a subjective analysis of the subconscious, the film consists … Read more

UNDER THE RED SEA (Hans Hass, Lottie Berl, 1952)
Dr. Hans Hass, Viennese underwater scientist, and members of his expedition spent six eventful months in daily exploration among the coral reefs of the Red Sea. He was especially interested in findin… Read more

Under the River (R. K. Neilson Baxter, 1959)
An account of the engineering feat, carried out by Thomas A. Walker between 1872 and 1886, as a result of which the unique pumping system was established which still keeps the Severn Tunnel free of w… Read more

Understanding Science (Dirk De Bruyn, 1992)
A taxonomical crash course listing, ordering, classifying phrases, words, letters and num­bers. A collision course of the domestic and fragments received from 'out there'. A visual assault course… Read more

Une Minute Video (Jean-Pierre Trudel, Mario Bedard, 1986)
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unforgivable blackness: the rise and fall of jack johnson (Ken Burns, 2004)
"Even those with a passing knowledge of the tumultuous career of the first black heavyweight boxing champion will be amazed at the depth and range of detail in Ken Burns' irresistibly engrossing stud… Read more

Uniform (Karen Jane Borger, 1985)
Prejudice infiltrates the school playground. The new girl, once the victim, turns the tables on her tormentors and injustice reigns supreme. A short succinct look al peer group pressure prejudice and… Read more

UNINHABITED (Bill Bennett, 2010)
Their dream holiday became their worst nightmare. ... For Beth and Harry, the perfect romantic escape means doing something different, and going somewhere that's remote, secluded and completely uninh… Read more

UNMADE BEDS (Nicholas Barker, 1997)
One critic has referred to Unmade Beds helmer Nicholas Barker as, 'A fly on the wall turned into a vulture,'' another as, "The most sadistic director in the UK." Strangely, the remarks were meant as … Read more

Untitled (Michael Buckley, 1986)
A baby, a woman and a romantic sound track combine and form a hypnotic and emotive film. Untitled is a hand-processed film which has been rephotographed through a faulty optical printer and includes … Read more

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