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WAVE, THE (MA15+) (Dennis Gansel, 2008)
“What is there left to be against? All we want is to have fun.”Faced with having to teach autocracy for project week to a class full of disaffected youth, a high-school teacher decides to turn hi… Read more

We Have No Answer (Louis Van Gasteren, 1973)
A human being of an older generation in today's environment. A farmer's wife. 63 years old, somewhere in France, makes up her mind about her past life and the future existence of others. Today's situ… Read more

We Shall Never Die (E. Gross, Y. Gross, 1960)
Faith in the survival of the Jewish people is expressed wilh the use of a few candles and a telling soundtrack in this brief symbolic film. ... Read more

Wedding (Friedl vom Gröller, 2009)
The cinematic gaze meets the eye of the private sphere head on, in complete silence and black and white. ... --- ... D/P/S Friedl vom Gröller WS SixPackFilm L no dialogue TD 16mm/2009 ... --- ... D/… Read more

WEST TEXAS (Alan Gadney, 1970)
This student-made Western is the story of a young girl's pioneer hardships on the 1870 Texas Indian frontier. Her childhood innocence is suddenly shattered by tragedy, but th rough fate and self will… Read more

What Color is the Wind? (Allan Grant, 1973)
A true story of twin boys, one born blind, and their parents' determination to treat both equally and to help share their different worlds of darkness and light. ... Read more

Whatever Happened to Uncle Fred? (Bob Godfrey, 1968)
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When Billy Golfus, Award-winning radio jour­nalist, became brain-damaged as a result of a motor scooter accident ten years ago, he became one of the 43 million Americans with disabilities—t… Read more

Where Rainbows Wait for Rain (Harry L. Gordon, 1982)
Burgess Meredith narrates a deeply personal, almost spiritual journey through the Chihuahuan Desert in the company of an unseen wise old man. ... Read more

Whitchurch Down (Duration) (Malcolm Le Grice, 1972)
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WHITE MOOR (Ion Popescu Gopo, 1965)
Once upon a time there is a king who has three sons. And a king who has three daughters, so no heir. The kings are brothers. A test of courage is arranged to choose which son will inherit the empire.… Read more

White on Blue (Ramunas Greicius, )
A teenager wonders at her father's selfishness as he leaves his family in favour of a younger woman. The girl's story reflects the surrealism of confused adolescence, yet presents some well-observed … Read more

White Wolf (Pierre-Luc Granjon, 2008)
A child befriends a gigantic wolf. Then one day his father goes a-hunting. Australian premiere.---D/S Pierre Luc-Granjon P/WS Nexus Productions TD 35mm/2008/11mins ... Read more

Who Are We? (Zlatko Grgić, 1974)
An animated film on Canada and how its people got to be the way they are. ... Read more

WILD (Ross Gibson, 1993)
Wild focuses on the stories and legends of one tract of land, the Pilliga Forest in northwest New South Wales. How do the dynamic processes of history and ecology work to produce meanings, warnings a… Read more

WILD INNOCENCE (Philippe Garrel, 2001)
After losing his wife to an overdose, François, a 30-year-old director, decides to make an anti-drugs film. But with a difficult subject matter, it's hard to find backers. Driven by the projec… Read more

WILMINGTON 10 - USA 10,000 (Haile Gerima, 1978)
During racial disorders in Wilmington, South Carolina, in 1971, a group of black militants, led by Ben Chavis, according to witnesses, had organised armed forays, sniping and firebombings from a chur… Read more

WIND FROM THE EAST (Jean-Luc Godard, 1970)
Made shortly after the Paris riots in 1968, Wind from the East underlines Godard's new approach and his refusal to make so-called commercial films and concentrate only on those that have a revolution… Read more

Window on the World (Nat Greenblatt, 1967)
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WINTER’S BONE (Debra Granik, 2004)
When her meth-cooking father goes missing, violating his bail conditions and putting the family home at risk of repossession, 17-year-old Ree Dolly (the revelatory Jennifer Lawrence) sets out to find… Read more

WITCHCRAFT (Hrafn Gunnlaugsson, 1999)
This chilling 17th century saga is a brutal examination of the occult and the consequences of belief, in the physical presence of dark forces, escalating out of control. The Reverend Jón Magnú… Read more

WOMAN IS A WOMAN, A (PG) (Jean-Luc Godard, 1961)
“It's not a musical - it's the idea of a musical.” - Jean-Luc Godard ... In stunning colour CinemaScope and featuring Karina, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean-Claude Brialy at the peak of their popula… Read more

Women of Utopia (Keith Gow, 1984)
The traditional Aboriginal women of Utopia cattle station near Alice Springs show, with jokes and good humour, how they make their beautiful batik fabrics. They also share some of their daily lives i… Read more

WORDS FROM THE CITY (Natasha Gadd and Rhys Graham, 2007)
“Australians all let us recoil, for we have no idea. We go to war for wealth and oil, our home is girt by fear.” - TZU Words from the City explores the evolving Australian hip hop scene through … Read more

WORKINGMAN'S DEATH (Michael Glawogger, 2005)
Won the Grierson Award at the London Film Festival. ... What would you be prepared to do to earn a living? Michael Glawogger's eye-opening documentary focuses on the extremes to which people will go … Read more

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