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Films Screened In 1975

The Trap (Aleksander Ilić, 1974)
In this allegory, a bird catcher uses the song of a caged male bird to catch females on the sticky branches of the bushes nearby. ... Read more

THE VALIANT ONES (King Hu, 1974)
The Valiant Ones was made in Taiwan by Chinese film-maker King Hu, who has already directed A Touch of Zen, and The Fate ot Lee Khan. His latest film is set in the sixteenth century. Japanese pirates… 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

TOUR EN L'AIR (Grant Munro, 1973)
'Tour en I'air' is a ballet term meaning a complete single, double or trlpie turn in the air. The film presents Anna Marie and David Holmes, Canadian ballet team (earlier seen in Norman McLaren's Bal… Read more

Tournoi (Piotr Kamler, 1964)
Based on abstract images by Kamler, Andre Voisin and Francois Bayle imagined the story of a messenger charged to bring to our planet the key to a forgotten wisdom. ... Read more

Up Here Looking Down (Sandra Northrop, )
Artists who create billboards, have to paint enormous pictures at times. What is the impact of these super-human images on society? And what is the difference between art and commercial art? ... Read more

Valley Forge (Caleb Deschanel, 1974)
A chronicle of the encampment of George Washington's army at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-1778; the midst of the American Revolution. ... Read more

Vilgot Sjöman (Karsten Wedel, 1974)
A film portrait of Vilgot Sjoman, made during the shooting of his film, A Handful of Love, in 1973. ... Sjoman talks about himself, his films (several of which are illustrated by excerpts), and film … Read more

Vis Maior (Zlatko Pavlinić, 1974)
An attempt to escape from prison does not usually finish happily. ... Read more

Water and Spirit (John A. Stewart, 1973)
A visual meditation on water as it ... relates to the sacrament of ... Baptism. ... 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

WHO KILLED JENNY LANGBY? (Dom Crombie, 1974)
Jenny Langby, mother of five children, lived in Port Adelaide, South Australia. At the age of 32, she was dead. ... Who Killed Jenny Langby? This film, in documentary format, is about the events whic… Read more

Wilderness Nomads (Charles Capstick, 1974)
The Wilderness Nomads is a group of boys and girls (ages 14 to 17) who set out with their leader, Mr Frenetee, on a 400-mile, month-long wilderness canoe trip, through a Northern Canadian Wilderness … Read more

Wings of Fire (M. M. Sharma, 1971)
A study of flamingoes, which gather in countless thousands on broad river flats for the mating season. ... Read more

WITH YOU AND WITHOUT YOU (Rodion Nakchapetov, 1974)
This film is set against the background of the introduction of collective farming in the U.S.S.R. in the 1930's. A young peasant, Fedor, who has been given a farm by the government, abducts a girl fr… Read more

Worlds of Rudyard Kipling (Peter Baylis, 1974)
Rudyard Kipling: his life and philosophy. ... Read more

WRONG MOVEMENT (Wim Wenders, 1975)
Young Wilhelm Meister is on the way: from Bonn, past a castle on the Rhine, through a suburb of Frankfurt and on to the great mountain, the Zugspitze. He is escaping from boredom and dullness, and he… Read more

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