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Harvesting (Arthur Lamothe, )
Landscapes by the hundred . . . moods, weathers, colours . . . men and machines at work. An original impression of harvest time in Canada. ... Read more

HE DIED WITH A FELAFEL IN HIS HAND (Richard Lowenstein, 2001)
Noah Taylor plays Danny, a neurotic now living in his 47th share house. He wants desperately to be a writer on the level of Dostoevski but can't get past obsessing over the reasons why his girlfriend… Read more

HEAVEN'S BURNING (Craig Lahiff, 1996)
A high-energy road movie that keeps career­ing off in unexpected directions. Heaven's Burning is the most ambitious film yet by Ade­laide-based director, Craig Lahiff. Working for the first t… Read more

Hell (Ardele Lister, 1984)
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Hello Budapest (Elek Lisziák, 1974)
The atmosphere of Budapest reconstructed from contemporary picture postcards. ... Read more

HEPHZIBAH (Curtis Levy, 1998)
Curtis Levy's documentary traces the public and private life of Hephzibah Menuhin, celebrated equally as a concert pianist and human rights worker. When her brother, internationally acclaimed violini… Read more

HERE TO WHERE (Glen Luchford, 2001)
In 1988 Alfred Merhan arrived in Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport without papers. He was to remain stranded, living in the departure lounge for 12 years, as his case made its tortuous way through a b… Read more

HEROSTRATUS (Don Levy, 1968)
Herostratus burnt down the temple of Artemis in Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It was a bid to achieve immortality by some great feat of destruction. That same night, Alexand… Read more

Hi Maya (Claudia Lorenz, )
In Claudia Lorenz's award-winning short, two old ladies meet unexpectedly at a hairdresser's. Maya recognises Charlotte, and Charlotte recognises Maya. But Maya denies they know each other. The unexp… Read more

HIGH HOPES (Mike Leigh, 1988)
... ... Mike Leigh's latest film is his first made directly for cinema release in 17 years and a fitting culmination to the retrospective of his films screening through the festival. ... The most sop… Read more

High-speed Cinematography of Gun Mechanisms (Dr. Lewis, )
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HOLD ME TIGHT, LET ME GO (Kim Longinotto, 2007)
“The school seemed to be a metaphor for what's wrong with boys and young men in society. I'm sure that's why the impact of going to that school was so strong for me.” - filmmaker Kim Longinotto .… Read more

HOLLYWOOD GOLD (Ben Lewin, 2002)
Australian director Ben Lewin's fascination and obsession with jewellery was spawned during the production of his film The Favour, The Watch, and the Very Big Fish. It all started with a watch that J… Read more

Home (Borowczyk, Jan Lenica, 1958)
A young woman daydreams about her past; her emotions are expressed by a series of surrealistic images. ... This experimental film, the work of two Polish artists, was awarded the Grand Prix at the 19… Read more

HOME OF THE BRAVE (Helena Solberg-Ladd, 1984)
Documentary exploring contemporary problems facing Indians of North and South America. The effects of modernisation on an ancient culture are documented exclusively through the eyes of Indians themse… Read more

HOME SWEET HOME (Mike Leigh, 1982)
Leigh's melancholy variation on 'Postman's Knock' centres on three postmen whose domestic lives on a suburban estate are more loosely (and painfully) entangled than they realise. The sexual conquests… Read more

HONEY (Semih KaplanoÄŸlu, 2010)
“A movie without spiritual values is like useless knowledge.” - filmmaker Semih KaplanoÄŸlu ... Winner of the Golden Bear at this year's Berlin Film Festival, Honey completes Kaplano lu's non-c… Read more

Hoodoo Nightspot (Mark Donegan, Scott Lacey, 1992)
Detective Black Ford is pursuing Lazy Dick, who meanwhile, is havin' one hootin'-tootin' time at the Hoodoo Nightspot. A morality tale? ... Read more

Hotspot (Robin Lehman, 1974)
Robin Lehman went down into the crater of the Nyiragongo volcano to capture the terrifying, yet spellbinding explosion of molten lava at its very source. ... Read more

HOUSE BY THE RIVER (Fritz Lang, 1950)
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HOW YUKONG MOVED THE MOUNTAINS (Joris Ivens, Marceline Loriden, 1976)
Jons Ivens' involvement with China began in 1938, when he filmed his The 400 Million, his account of the Sino-Japanese War. He returned to China again in the '50s and '60s, then filmed, with his wife… Read more

I Begin to Know You (Lana Lin, 1992)
A filmic loop is created in this repetition of narrative and classic female imagery. Lin par­allels the stereotypical routines women endure through both Eastern and Western perspec­tives. The… Read more

I Have Rights Over My Body: . . . Sterilisation (Lucienne Lanaz, 1981)
The film deals with the difficulties encountered by responsible, mature young men and women who are not married and have no children, yet decide to get sterilized ... Read more

I Never Promised You A Long Run (Paul Leaf, 1972)
In this satire on the double standard, a young man wants to establish a relationship with a young woman. But she says: 'Don't you realise, there is a revolution going on?' and insists on a 'one night… Read more

I REMEMBER (Andrzej Wajda, Marcel Lozinski, 2001)
Screening to emotional houses at this years Berlin Film Festival I Remember is a simply constructed but deeply moving documentary. Renowned filmmaker Andrzej Wajda has chronicled the political and so… Read more

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