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Films Screened In 1987

EUROPEAN MEDIA ART NETWORK (Soft Video, 1987)
A compilation of trends movements and fashions across Europe (including ads by Fellini and Zeffirelli). ... Read more

Everyman (David Boone, 1987)
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Fabrizio Plessi (Felice Pesoli, 1986)
First issue of the video magazine devoted to Bip Bip video art. A monography of the most important Italian video artist and a unique document on the poetics of video and water. ... Read more

Fahrenheit 625 (Frank Graf, 1986)
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Faire La Fete (Anne Marie Mieville, 1987)
A film in which women come to question notions of identity at their window sills. ... "...at one window - a world with a child and at another window - a world without a child." A. M. Mieville ... Read more

Falling Disk (Dieter Kiessling, 1986)
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Far Away (Georges Bollon, 1985)
Jean and Paul have both worked for the Michelin Factory. Paul lives in a town in France dominated by Michelin and recalls his friend Jean working for the same company in Vietnam. ... Read more

FATHERLAND (Ken Loach, 1986)
Ken Loach's uncompromising brand of cinematic 'realism' - documentary camera style, use of non-professional casts, improvisation, realistic unfolding of time within fictional narratives - has cast hi… Read more

FINE FRAGMENTS (Tim Grutchy, 1987)
Documentation of a performance of short vignettes featuring music, dance and multi-visuals transformed by video. ... Read more

Flash Information (Jean-Claude Ruggirello, 1986)
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Flaubert Dreams of Travel but the Illness of His Mother Prevents It (Ken Kobland, 1986)
"The material used in this tape was shot on film during the rehearsal period of the Wooster Group's new theatre piece which is based on Gustav Flaubert's The Temptation of St Anthony, as well as the … Read more

Fluke (Emily Breer, 1985)
A barrage of images and scenes connected, in some sense, by nonsense. Fish fly onto the heads of men riding camels in a desert. A bear that can't get out of the frame by force of an optical printer. … Read more

Flying Insects (Taeko Kitajima, 1986)
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Forgotten Fictions (David Finch, 1986)
Some forgotten stories re-invented around the single fragment that remained in the memory. Shot over 12 months in London, Liverpool, Karlsruhe and the Cambrian mountains. ... Read more

Fractured Variations (John Sanborn, Mary Perillo, 1986)
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Fragments 1, 2, 3 (Tim Grutchy, 1987)
A selection of three treated episodes from the Fine Fragments performance. ... Read more

FRIENDS AND ENEMIES (Tom Zubrycki, 1987)
In February 1985 Queensland Premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen sacked 1002 electrical linesmen and rushed through Parliament some of the harshest anti-union legislation seen in Australia for over 50 years. … Read more

Galaxy (John Sanborn, Mary Perillo, 1987)
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Galia's Wedding (Rami Kimchi, 1986)
Nati, a sensitive 24 year old, decides to attend the wedding of his girlfriend Galia. His journey to her kibbutz is plagued with the psychological trauma of lost love and separation. ... Read more

Gap-Toothed Women (Les Blank, Maureen Gosling, Chris Simon, Susan Kell, 1987)
What do model Lauren Hutton, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, truck driver Rena Morena, Chaucer's 'Wife of Bath', cartoonist Doris Seda, Cleopatra, and belly dancer Sharlyn Sawyer have in c… Read more

Ghost Sonata (B. Geduldig, Tuxedo Moon, 1983)
From the homonymous Ibsen drama this version features Winston Tong. With almost no dialogue, the structure of this tape concentrates mainly on emotions, movements and music. ... Read more

Girls in Suits at Lunch (Ruth Charny, 1986)
Shot on a budget of $5,000, Girls In Suits is a controversial comedy about two women who come together to celebrate milestones in their careers - but whose discussion ends up revolving totally around… Read more

Glacial Tango (Mario Martone, 1983)
First television experience and exposure of the post-modern theatre group Falso Movimento. Dancers jump from one New York rooftop to another and eat in non-existent kitchens. ... Read more

God Bless America (Mark Titmarsh, 1986)
What i saw in the burning bush. The teaming hoards of America. ... Read more

GOD'S COUNTRY (Louis Malle, 1985)
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