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THE BLACKS (Goran Devic, Zvonimir Juric, 2009)
Looking for the enemy, they found it where nobody expected - in themselves. ... From acclaimed Croatian filmmakers Goran Devic and Zvonimir Juric comes a film vilifying the crimes of their own people. Read more

THE BUTCHER BOY (Neil Jordan, 1997)
Based on Patrick McCabe's contemporary literary masterpiece, The Butcher Boy tells the story of 12 year-old Francie Brady, a boy whose near-fantasy world adventures with his best friend Joe differ ma… Read more

THE CONFRONTATION (Miklós Jancsó, 1968)
In The Controntation, Jancsd again deals with social and political problems of Hungarian history and revolution. The film is set in 1947, and the characters are the students in the people's colleges.… Read more

The Cowherd's Flute (Te Wei, Qian Jiajun, )
An animated fairytale about a cowherd. ... Read more

The Critic (Aleksandar Marks, V. Jutrisa, 1964)
An animated satirical treatment of the eternal triangle of Artist, Critic and Audience. ... Read more

THE DESERTER AND THE NOMADS (Juro Jakubisko, 1969)
Man as the blind victim of his own innate violence forms the link in this three-part allegory on the futility of violence and war. ... The opening sequence of the triptych (The Deserter), set during … Read more

The Devil's Sooty Fellow (Jörg d'Bomba, 1965)
A puppet tale about a soldier returned from war who, finding his captain, his marshal and his king in hell, locks them up there to ensure the safety of the world from militarism. ... Read more

The Discovery (Arthur Joffe, 1980)
The story of a painter who sets out to paint an immense picture of New York right across Paris. ... Read more

THE EXHIBITED (Jesper Jargil, 2000)
Your life is controlled by an anthill in the New Mexico desert. Your emotions, social interactions, personality and relationships change depending on a few thousand bugs scuttling around the sand... … Read more

The Fly (Aleksander Marks, Vladimir Jutriša, 1966)
A parable on man coming to grips with the cosmic universe, The Fly is Zagreb's most successful cartoon. The soundtrack is important in building an atmosphere of confusion and terror. ... Read more

THE FOUL KING (Kim Jee-woon, 2000)
Dae-Ho, a timid bank clerk, is hopeless at his job. Mind you, it doesn't help that his boss is a ferocious disciplinarian who punishes staff with brutal headlocks Dae-Ho's escape comes with a decisio… Read more

THE GARDEN (Derek Jarman, 1990)
Like all of writer-director Derek Jarman's previous films, The Garden is an innovative and controversial piece of work; provocative, sensual, and highly original in its play of image and sound. ... S… Read more

THE GREAT LAND OF SMALL (Vojta Jasny, 1986)
The Great Land of Small is the fifth feature in Rock Doner's series of faintly films which include The Dog Who Stopped the War and The Peanut Butter Solution, both shown at earlier Melbourne Film Fes… Read more

The House (Vivienne Jones, 2003)
Developed over four years from the art workshops in a London Community Care Trust house, the memories, aspirations and observations of the clients are eloquently and sympathetically brought into the … Read more

The Idyll (Paul Jansen, 1977)
Adapted from a Guy de Maupassant story, the film shows how two people, with quite different problems, can help each other. ... Read more

The Key Maker (Trace Johnston, 1970)
The Key Maker is an elderly, retired locksmith who is not willing to give up the activity of living as his neighbouring contemporaries have. ... Read more

THE LAST OF ENGLAND (Derek Jarman, 1987)
Shot during the summer and autumn of "last year", this mesmerising trip into contemporary Britain's apocalyptic non future presents what is possibly filmmaker Jarman's most personal film to date. It'… Read more

The Little Drummer (Juraj Jakubisko, )
Placed in the world between reality and a dream, a small boy tries to reach through his loneliness by beating the drum with all his might. ... Read more

THE LOUVRE (John S. Sughrue Jr, 1964)
The world's greatest collection of art housed in the Louvre, also reveals a fascinating view of the history of France from the eleventh century to the end of World War II. Charles Boyer narrates the … Read more

The Man Who Smoked Too Much (Owen Johnston, 1982)
A writer discovers the perfect way to give up smoking. ... Read more

The Man You Know (Steve Jacobs, 1985)
A portrait of a young man's struggle for identity unfolds as he orchestrates a chaotic collection of images from his past The political Campaigning of his father Boh Proudfool ithe Man Von Know) intr… Read more

The Motorcycle Ride (Moira Joseph, 1992)
Man, Motorcycle, Forest. A black and white/ coloured journey. Animated transcendence through space and time, ... Read more

The Pale Horseman (Irving Jacoby, 1946)
This now famous film is a compilation of library material. It is a realistic presentation of human suffering as a result of war, explaining how hunger and exposure have caused the spread of tuberculo… Read more

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Rupert Julian, 1925)
The famous The Phantom of the Opera, while not a classic terror, is an enjoyable and roaring melodrama impressive in its showmanship. ... It tells of a young aspiring operatic singer, in love with a … Read more

The Queen is Dead (Derek Jarman, 1986)
A new music film from virtuoso director Derek Jarman. ... Read more

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