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Flex (Chris Cunningham, 2000)
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Floterian - Hand-Printings from a Film History (Arthur and Corinne Cantrill, 1981)
Sequences from the filmmakers' 16mm, Super 8 and Stand 8 mm work, dating from 1960 onwards, are contact-printed onto 35mm film, then reduced to 16mm for projection. The relationship of the frame size… Read more

Flying By Night (Marian Cholerek, 1977)
A novel idea for escaping the wrath of cuckolded husbands. ... Read more

Food (for) Thought (Daniel Crooks, 1994)
Food. Religion. Televison. Using a multiplicity of styles, this technically accomplished animation seeks to present a critique of religion and consumer culture. With stylistic references to Ian Svank… Read more

Footprint (Jacques Armand Cardon, 1974)
A philosophical tale about the moulding of children into a social pattern. ... Read more

For a Better Life (Nicolina Caia, 1990)
A simple, sensitively observed story about a man who receives news of his brother's death, and how he deals with his grief. It features an engagingly understated performance by Luciano Catenacci, vet… Read more

For the First Time (Octavio Cortázar, 1967)
A mobile projection unit visits a village in the distant, mountainous regions of Cuba, where no film has ever been screened. During the performance, the camera captures the expressions of adults and … Read more

Forget the Film, Watch the Titles (Kyle Cooper, 1998)
Kyle Cooper's title sequences are often such a dramatic entree to a film, they prompted one critic to say: "Forget the Film, Watch the Titles." The sequences often form a metaphor for the theme of th… Read more

Fortunately (Christos Christodoulides, 1984)
In the last, almost empty, night subway an exhibitionist is looking for a; suitable opportunity to satisfy his passion and he finds it in a compartment with three lone women. One of these women, a be… Read more

Franz Kafka's It's A Wonderful Life (Peter Capaldi, 1993)
"As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning he found himself transformed into a gigantic..." - what? In his Prague garret, Kafka is tormented by noisy neighbours, writer's block and a sinister stranger search… Read more

FRESH KILL (Shu Lea Cheang, 1994)
The film is a melting pot of post-post-modernists elements, its boiling plot set in a New York City of the near Future. A couple, Shareen (Sarita Choudhury - Mississippi Masala) and Claire, are raisi… Read more

Fumi and the Bad Luck Foot (David Chai, 2006)
Bad luck or good luck? It depends on your perspective. After surviving electrocution, moose attack and several runnings over, Fumi discovers a way to turn her curse into everyone else's blessing.---D… Read more

FUNNY BONES (Peter Chelsom, 1994)
Much darker and quirkier than his previous film, the director of Hear My Song has cre­ated a truly marvellous comedy that manages to be a wildly comedic tale about the search for comic invention … Read more

GABRIELLE (Patrice Chéreau, 2005)
“Outbursts of honesty and extremes of secrecy, moments of doubt and founded or unfounded joy… it's all there.” - Venice Film Festival Envied for their success, the master and mistress of t… Read more

Geminis (Albertina Carri, 2004)
Albertina Carri's [Geminis] is a beautifully shot but disturbing film that peels back the skin of a middle-class family to reveal the secrets below. It wooed the audiences in Directors' Fortnight at … Read more

Gentle Birth (Barbara Chobocky, 1977)
This student film documents the delivery of a baby by the Le Boyer method, that provides immediate contact after birth between the child and the parents. ... Read more

Gently Jenkins (K. M. Campbell, 1962)
Mr. Jenkins, a bank commissionaire, learns not to shout about bank service. Second Prize, T.V. Advertising Section, "for witty selling of the difficult-to-sell". ... Read more

Get Bizzy (Henry Cruickshank, 2005)
What does it take to succeed as an ‘animation star'? Three out-of-work animated characters envy a friend's success - and animation takes a comical look in the mirror in the process.---D Henry Cruic… Read more

Getting Started (Richard Condie, 1979)
An animated film in a dry whimsical style about the problems of getting started. ... Read more

GHOST PAINTINGS (James Clayden, )
James Clayden's Ghost Paintings series, produced over the past 17 years, represents a bold and unique synthesis of film and video art. Carefully layered textures, colours and sounds become a sort of … Read more

GIRL CUT IN TWO, A (Claude Chabrol, 2007)
“You can sense [Claude] Chabrol's wicked grin behind the camera in every sense… the master shows that he has lost none of his youthful energy.” - Toronto International Film Festival ... En… Read more

Girl is a Gun (Apres Luc Moullet) (Rolando Caputo, 1986)
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Girl Power (Per Carleson, )
To take a bicycle down the street should be easy, but a small transport problem can quickly grow. Per Carleson's delightful [Girl Power] proves that a little cunning can help, especially if you are a… Read more

Girls in Suits at Lunch (Ruth Charny, 1986)
Shot on a budget of $5,000, Girls In Suits is a controversial comedy about two women who come together to celebrate milestones in their careers - but whose discussion ends up revolving totally around… Read more

GIRLS ON ICE (Wu Chao-ti, 1959)
A modern story from China. It is mid-winter. In a city in Northeast China, a provincial ice-sports meeting is being held. In the women's 3,000 metres sprint Ting Shu-ping, a new star, unexpectedly de… Read more

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