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VALENTINA (Antonio J. Betancor, 1982)
Valentina was along, very popular television series. This film is the first part of a four-part film version made from the ... series. The story, set in the early part of the century in an Aragonese … Read more

Venetian Ghost (George Barber, 1988)
Ludovico Manin, the last Doge of Venice, is sent to live with a superficial couple on Venice Beach, California (instead of Venice, Italy). Slight bureaucratic bungle. This process sets off a combinat… Read more

Venezuela at its Height (Javier Blanco, 1971)
The film concentrates on the history of telephone in Venezuela. It evokes its origins through the century, and culminates in the installation of the ground-station for satellites, which becomes the h… Read more

Veterinarian (Signe Baumane, 2007)
A small-town vet deals with life, death and loneliness on his daily rounds. Screened at Stuttgart.---D/S/P Signe Baumane TD DigiBeta/2007/17 mins ... Read more

VHS-KAHLOUCHA (Nejib Belkadhi, 2006)
Meet Moncef Kahloucha, Tunisia's very own Quentin Tarantino. Tunisia is not a country renowned for its film industry. Apparently, no one told this to Moncef Kahloucha. A charismatic, impassioned ho… Read more

Via Gori (George Barbakadze, 2010)
As Russian planes begin to bomb Georgia, a Russian woman and her daughter board a bus to escape - but will they be discovered? ... --- ... D/S George Barbakadze P Scott Gustetter, Lazaro Hernandez L … Read more

VICTORY MARCH (Marco Bellocchio, 1976)
Marco Bellocchio's Victory March is a bitter indictment of military establishments and their training methods. The director takes up the theme of his earlier film on the warping effects that rigid in… Read more

VICTORY OVER THE SUN (Robert Benedetti, 1984)
A recreation of a 1913 Russian avant-garde opera - an extraordinary collaboration piece that influences performance art to this day. The original script by poet Alexsei Kruchenykh is written in the s… Read more

Viewfinder (Bill Bolender, 1991)
man living alone is visited by a stranger who wants to sell him a photograph that he has just taken of his house Normal enough — except that the stranger has no hands. Adapted from a Raymond Ca… Read more

Violence Bears Violence (Conrad Berning, 1992)
Boss kicks man; Man kicks wife; Wife kicks son; Son kicks dog. ... Read more

Virgin (The Duvet Brothers, 1985)
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VIRIDIANA (Luis Buñuel, 1961)
The 1961 Cannes Festival Jury decided to award the Grand Prix jointly to Henri Colpi's Une Aussi Longue Absence and Bunuel's Viridiana. Thus the festival ended in a blaze of controversy, with this fi… Read more

VIRIDIANA (Luis Buñuel, 1961)
Viridiana, a young nun full of charity, kindness and idealistic illusions about humanity, visits her rich uncle on the eve of her ordination. She stays and tries to help some local peasants and begga… Read more

Vision (Dirk De Bruyn, 1986)
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“The camera is the least important thing in photography.” - Julius Shulman ... Eric Bricker's tribute to architecture photographer Julius Shulman is an intimate portrayal of a man who became an u… Read more

VIVA (Anna Biller, 2006)
Director Anna Biller will be a guest of the festival and will be introducing the first screening of Viva ... “You're not only a whore, you're a filthy lesbian.” Dangerously sheer negligees, kitsc… Read more

Canadian novelist. Malcolm Lowry, wrote one of the major novels of this century, 'Under the Volcano', but is relatively little known outside university and literary circles. Volcano: An Inquiry into … Read more

Waiting For (Anne Basser, 1970)
Presented by the British Film Institute with £1,000 to make a film, and despite her total lack of experience, Stephanie Turner attempts to capture the essence of 'reality' by allowing the camer… Read more

WALL (Simone Bitton, 2004)
Wall (Mur) France/IsraelWall arrives direct from its place in Director's Fortnight at Cannes this year.'an eye-opener about the true dimensions'both physical and mental'of the barrier being built to … Read more

Walzer (Gabor Body, )
A lyrical clip based on a romantic poem by Novalis (1800) With music by Beethoven it brings us closer to the world of death. ... Read more

Walzer (Gabor Body, )
Images of couples dancing in the park. A voice speaks a tent by Novalis — an exhortation to love Romantic dance images mix with the macabre to motivate the contents of the Novalis message. ... Read more

Wanted (Gordon Seaman, K. Daymond, Jill Battson, 1993)
A dyke, a faggot and a glamour pussy ride across Canada, tracking down and confronting well-known, socially respected homophobes in a cynical take on 'outing' and the road movie format. ... Read more

War in Flowerland (Byron Black, 1986)
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War Machine & Blue Monday (The Duvet Brothers, )
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To celebrate the anniversary of the establishment of Warner Brothers Pictures Inc. by the four film exhibitor Warner brothers fifty years ago, this compilation film was prepared. The film shows excer… Read more

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