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Films Screened In 1986

When the Moon Falls (Stephen Mackerras, 1985)
A surrealist allegorical fable (from Oueensland?!) dealing with the Increasing gap between rich and poor and the wall of illusions that rich men hide behind. The influence of Samuel Beckett is appare… Read more

When We get the Money (Jinks Dulhunty, 1986)
An offbeat madcap comic romp, the film follows the struggles of two Inner-city blue-eyed modern girls, Clovebox and Cardoor, who need an impossibly large sum of money to get a project off the ground.… Read more

Where Little Demons Dwell (Alex Steyermark, 1985)
Stauffer, a widower lives with his housekeeper of 15 years, a woman both caring and overbearing in her manner. A doctor is brought in to cure a mysterious illness that Srauffer seems to be suffering … Read more

Why I Got Into TV and Other Stories (Ilene Segalove, 1983)
Five short pieces where TV is the trigger for childhood memorie. These ... are all brought together by Segalove's wry, ‘nothing but the facts' narration. ... Read more

Why'd The Beetle Cross The Road? (Jan Skrentny, 1984)
This "bug's eye" view of the world aims to depict a beetle s epic journey across the beach. His treacherous trip is littered with obstacles: joggers roller skaters dogs children. He survives a close … Read more

WILD STYLE (Charlie Ahern, 1983)
By day, Raymond is just another teenager surviving the South Bronx ghetto. But by night, he paints subway trains as "Zoro", a legendary lone graffiti artist whose identity remains a mystery — e… Read more

WORKING GIRLS (Lizzie Borden, 1985)
WORKING GIRLS is a frank and often humorous look at women working in a brothel in midtown Manhattan. It is owned and run by Susan, a woman in her 30s. who had worked briefly as a prostitute before op… Read more

YERMA (Imre Gyongyossy, Barna Kabay, 1985)
Set in the idyll of an Andalusian village in feudal times, this is the story of one woman's struggle for self-realisation. A tragedy of passions, it traces Yerma's frustrations and discontent with he… Read more

Yes Frank No Smoke (George Barber, 1986)
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Yes It Is (Virginia Hilyard, 1985)
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You Can't Touch Me Now (Rick Randall, 1985)
A woman returns to a psychiatric institution. The building is in disrepair but painful memories remain intact: the journey must begin anew. This student film suffers from some weaknesses, notably som… Read more

ZINA (Ken McMullen, 1985)
Ken McMullen's most ambitious film to date traces the story of ... one of those shadowy figures from the past through whom we ... seek to learn the true temper of an extraordinary time. She is ... Zi… Read more

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