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SUPER SK8mm + MIXED CHEESE BITS PROG 1 (Rick Charnoski & Coan Nichols, 2000)
Skateboarders Rick Charnoski and Coan 'Buddy Nichols met in 1999 and immediately merged their mutual love for skating and 8mm film into he short feature Fruit of the Vine. As Charnoski says, "We deci… Read more

SUPER SK8mm + MIXED CHEESE BITS PROG 2 (Rick Charnoski & Coan Nichols, 2000)
Skateboarders Rick Charnoski and Coan 'Buddy Nichols met in 1999 and immediately merged their mutual love for skating and 8mm film into he short feature Fruit of the Vine. As Charnoski says, "We deci… Read more

Tale of Little Puppetboy, The- DRAW ME A STORY (Johannes Nyholm, 2008)
Puppetboy has a hot date - he's bought chips and everything. How far will he get with Ulla? ... --- D/P/S Johannes Nyholm WS Joclo L Swedish w/English subtitles TD 35mm/2008 ... Read more

Terminal Bar (Stefan Nadelman, 2002)
Welcome to the Terminal Bar, one of the meanest watering-holes in Manhattan where, over the course of 10 years, bartender Sheldon Nadelman took more than 2,500 photos of the drinkery's low-life custo… Read more

THANK GOD HE MET LIZZIE (Cherie Nowlan, 1997)
Thank God He Met Lizzie has a universal theme, yet is unlike any other Australian film. Guy is in his early thirties and looking for that elusive beast - the perfect life partner. The trouble is that… Read more

The Battle at Kerzhenets (I Ivanov-Vano, J Norstein, )
An original fantasy on the theme of Rimsky-Korsakov's opera, 'The Tale of the Invisible Town of Kitezh'. ... The authors of the film resort to ancient Russian paintings, miniatures, frescoes, and thr… Read more

The Bear (Bernard Nissile, 1994)
Set amidst the roar of the greasepaint and the smell of the crowd, The Bear takes us into the backstage world of a struggling actor the man who plays the bear of the title in a top drawer production … Read more

This mediaeval tragedy, shot in 16 mm, was made on a budget of only $23,000 It tells a classic tale of illicit love the hero, Amans, studies at a student-run university, and has high ideals about liv… Read more

The Easter Rebellion began in Dublin on Sunday, April 24th, 1916. The following evening, Francis Sheehy Skeffington, journalist, nationalist, pacifist was arrested in the street. This action by an of… Read more

The Decision (Vera Neubauer, 1981)
Using a mixture of animation and live action, the film contrasts the fantasy and romantic ideals of the traditional fairytale with the life of an ordinary woman confined to her home. Events and incid… Read more

THE DRIVE (Shunichi Nagasaki, 1992)
Shumchi Nagasaki, (whose chilling Super-8 feature. Heart Beating in the Dark, screened at MFF 88) has been described as the 'Japanese Chabrol'. He shares with the French filmmaker a preference for cr… Read more

THE DRIVE TO WIN (Zhang Nuanxin, )
"I've been waiting for this match for over 10 years." Friendship is fine, but competition is important too and Sha Ou, a top player on the Chinese national volleyball team, is playing for keeps. The … Read more

The Elephant (Art d'Ameublement pour les Bourgeois Nouveaux, 1986)
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The Empire Makes a Nuisance of Itself (Michael Nicholson, 1980)
Darth Fraser versus the Troika. ... Read more

Coloured by a career of salacious rumour, heart-breaking good looks and a ‘live fast, die young' modus operandi, Tasmanian-born Errol Flynn's life was the stuff of Hollywood legend. Endowed with ph… Read more

The Fell Locomotive (R. Harris, P. de Normanville, 1952)
Discusses the different means of railway traction — steam, electricity, gas turbine, diesel electric. Shows design, building, and trials of the Fell locomotive, a revolutionary direct-drive die… Read more

THE HORSE'S MOUTH (Ronald Neame, 1958)
In the first film he has scripted for himself, Alec Guinness chose to adapt for the screen this seemingly impossible novel, "The Horse's Mouth'" by Joyce Cary. The story purports to be written by Gul… Read more

THE HOUSE OF THE ANGEL (Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, 1957)
Although film production has been going on in Argentina since the early days of the cinema, The House of the Angelt is the first feature film from this country to be widely shown abroad. Made by by y… Read more

The Kiss (Paul Richards, Michael Nyman, 1984)
A collage of painting and music evolving into an operatic duet of performance and video synthesis. ... Read more

The Lady of the Lake (Vera Neubauer, 1995)
Narrated by a child this film tells of the legend of a mermaid who falls in love with a man. The deceptive fairytale aspect of the film however is boldly undercut both by the vibrant and by the conte… Read more

The Loaf of Bread (Jan Nimec, 1960)
Awarded the Silver Rose at the Amsterdam Festival, The Loaf of Bread, made by Prague students, tells the story of a group of prisoners sitting by the side of their wagons while their train is halted.… Read more

THE MEDITERRANEAN (Yan Nascimbene, 1982)
A remarkable first film by Yan Nascimbene, who had been a painter until two years ago. "Minimal" and "Post-minimal' ' art have always been his primary interest-now he sets out to transfer and adapt t… Read more

The Pitcairn People (Peter Newington, 1963)
In 1790, Fletcher Christian, mate of the 'Bounty', together with nine of his fellow mutineers and 18 Tahitian men and women, founded his own lost world on two square miles of volacnic rock. Almost tw… Read more

THE POEM (Rados Novakovic, 1961)
This Yugoslav film is set during the Nazi occupation. A group of young Communists plan to join the partisans and to take a famous poet along with them. The poet is caught by the Gestapo but is freed … Read more

The Primal Scene (Christine Noll-Brinckmann, 1981)
Visualising an essential aspect of film experience, the pleasures of secret observation, the film also provides a survey on the stylistic varieties of German bedroom interiors. ... Read more

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