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THINK OF ENGLAND (Martin Parr, 1999)
Noted for his humour, Elliott Erwitt delivers comedy of a strictly black variety in this examination of American mores. Beauty Knows No Pain takes a sharply focused look at the often merciless traini… Read more

Third and World (Daniele Pignatelli, 2001)
A small man Terzo (Third) and a large man, Mondo (World) live in a strange world, closed in by four high walls. There is no roof, doors or windows, only an opening through which one receives sustenan… Read more

This Is My House (Jonathan Power, 1974)
Filmed in Holloway, North London, a cinema verite record of the struggle of a group of tenants, black and white, who establish what is probably Britain's first housing co-operative. ... Read more

THREE (Aleksander Petrović, 1965)
The film covers the period from 1941 to 1944. the beginning to the end of the war in Yugoslavia. It consists of three stories from the experiences of the revolutionary Milos. In the first, set in 194… Read more

THREEPENNY OPERA (G. W. Pabst, 1931)
A genial adaptation lull of criticism and social satire, of the famous Brecht &ndash: Weill opera which was based on John Gay's "The Beggar's Opera," and the works of Francois Villon. ... The plot, w… Read more

TIBET: CRY OF THE SNOW LION (Tom Peosay, 2004)
Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion USA 'Rare is the documentary that makes you feel so engaged (and enraged) that it prompts you to action. Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion is that kind of film. Since 1950, when… Read more

TIME ON HER HANDS (Alexander Petrovic, 1963)
This is the story of one day in the life of a married woman. Her husband leaves early in the morning and she is left with a day on her hands. We watch her on the streets of Belgrade, doing her shoppi… Read more

TO BE AND TO HAVE (Nicolas Philibert, 2002)
To Be and to Have (in Official Selection at Cannes this year) follows an academic year in the lives of a dozen youngsters, aged 4-10, who are taught every subject, from math to gym, by one dedicated … Read more

To Catch a Rhino (Sven Perrson, 1962)
This zestful nature film shows the removal of the surplus white rhino population of the nature reserve in Natal to other national parks and for exportation to zoos all over the world. ... Read more

TO PROTECT AND SERVE (Joseph Perez, 2001)
What Best In Show did for the world of dog competitions, To Protect And Serve does for the LAPD. Joseph Perez's seething mockumentary introduces veteran cops Holloway and Friendly following them on t… Read more

To See or Not to See (Bretislav Pojar, 1969)
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Tom Goes to the Bar (Dean Parisot, 1985)
Shot in New York City this film is a bizarre romp through a few minutes in the life of Pete's Bar and Grill The unassuming neighbourhood pub is the haven for lost souls and eccentric misfits, against… Read more

Tom Hits His Head (Tom Putnam, 2002)
After a knock on the head Tom starts to have panic attacks, becomes afraid to leave the house and sees the devil in his bathtub. Lurid visuals combine with a deadpan narration in this black comedy ab… Read more

Tony Zoriel (Valentin Potier, 2007)
Tony is a 28 year old who has inherited a remarkable physical idiosyncrasy. Screened at Clermont-Ferrand 08 --- D/S Adrian Sitaru P Horea Murgu L French w/English subtitles TD 35mm/2007/20mins ... Read more

Top Priority (Ishu Patel, 1981)
In a stark landscape burned by desert winds, a family awaits the arrival of a truck. ... Read more

“More fun than a possum up your trousers.” - Sydney Morning Herald ... Twin sisters Jools and Lynda Topp are a New Zealand institution. A country singing and yodelling lesbian comedy act, they se… Read more

Touch (Jeremy Podeswa, 2001)
This extraordinary film is a Jean Genet-like tale of torment and desire about an abused boy dealing with the effects of having been released from captivity. It is a raw, beautiful and haunting portra… Read more

TOWN CALLED PANIC, A (Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, 2009)
A manic and charismatic film that breaks all speed records for whimsy and slapstick. ... Housemates Indian, Cowboy and the love-struck Horse live in a rural town populated with a gaggle of plastic to… Read more

Tracks of My Tears (Martine Pavey, )
The dilemmas of modern women - olden style. ... Read more

Traditions (Jean Petrovici, 1967)
New Year in the villages of the Moldavian region of Rumania is a festival on which the Christian tradition has made little impact. The pagan world survives apparently unalloyed, with Dionysian masks … Read more

Tragic Story With Happy Ending (Regina Pessoa, 2005)
A frail girl with an oddly rapid heart beat, struggles to feel comfortable in her own body. But is she in the right body?---D/S Regina Pessoa P Abi Feijo, Patrick Eveno, Jacques-Remy Gierd, Marcel Je… Read more

Travelling Camera- SHOW ME A STORY (Joe Pimentel, 2008)
A journey into the world of photographers who make portraits of pilgrims at religious festivities in north-east Brazil. ... --- D Joe Pimentel P Isabela Veras, Valéria Laena S Joe Pimentel, Isabela … Read more

Trip (P. Pati, 1970)
The film is an experiment. Using the pixillation technique, the short film depicts the transitoriness of life. ... Read more

Trip (Juan Pula, 1993)
A young boy rubs shoulders with a cross-section of urban life in a crowded jeepney: priest, prostitute, pregnant woman, poultry. An unusual, funny film about growing up fast on the road to Manila. ... Read more

Trompe L’oeil (Inge Panke, 1999)
A worm moves in. He paints the wall arranges thew furniture then sits back in an easy chair. A bright animation with a great scrunchy soundtrack. ... Read more

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