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Films Screened In 1987

Insomnia (Gyorgy Romvari, 1984)
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Invasion of the Aluminium People (David Boone, 1980)
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Iron Heart (Mary St. James, Anne Wilson, 1986)
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It's All True: Four Men on a Raft (Orson Welles, 1986)
In 1942, after completing principal photography on The Magnificent Ambersons and before beginning Journey Into Fear, Orson Welles began shooting three episodes for an anthology film to be titled It's… Read more

JACK LEVINE: FEAST OF PURE REASON (David Sutherland, 1986)
Jack Levine, one of America's leading Social Realist painters, is outspoken, articulate and brilliant. His satirical work has caused controversy for years. Sutherland (director of Paul Cadmus. Enfant… Read more

JIMI PLAYS MONTEREY (D. A. Pennebaker, 1986)
In 1967, D. A. Pennebaker pioneered the rock documentary with Monterey Pop. The Monterey Festival, a precursor to Woodstock, introduced Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix to the American public. Hendrix, … Read more

Joseph Beuys At Europort (Babeth, 1986)
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Julien Temple Videoreview (Paolo Nitti, 1987)
Portrait and self-portrait of a director who continues to travel between major features and music clips. Shot in Venice, the interview is peppered with excerpts from his projects from the telefilm It… Read more

Jump Start (Tim Roper, 1984)
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JUST LIKE WEATHER (Allen Fong, 1986)
The original idea behind Alien Fong's lust Like Weather was to make a film about marriage. He became intrigued with a young couple (Christine Lee and Chang Hung-nin) who had been separated three time… Read more

Karkador (Peter Callas, 1986)
Computer-generated images trace the words of a song by the Japanese pop group 'P-Model'. The words are about a man peering into a mirror and experiencing deja-vu. ... Read more

Kenny's Love (Rowan Woods, 1986)
"Kenny is a simple man whose life revolves around football, hot dogs and imaginary girlfriends. But most of all he prides himself on his independence. This is threatened by his sister, Margie Picasso… Read more

La Mirada De Miriam (Clara Riascos, 1986)
The film is a mixture of dramatized and documentary sequences. Miriam is a woman living in a suburb of Bogota who is especially fond of children and who founded a kindergarten that is now subsidized.… Read more

La Neige (Kouichi Tabata, 1986)
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La Siesta (Yann Piquer, 1986)
Nature communes with Man. ... Read more

Le Dauphin (Stephan Sachs, 1986)
Le Dauphin is about an imaginary journey, reflecting the yearning of the vision towards the 'object' and the picture'. Vision itself is marked with cliches during the search for the original and an u… Read more

Le Froid De La Vie (M. Raskin Stichting Ensemble, 1985)
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Le Pape A Lyon (Frigo, 1986)
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Le Pont De L'Amour (Sylvain Roumette, 1985)
A man recollects the object of his desire while talking to a group of people about his private life. ... Read more

Les Arcandiers (Manuel Sanchez, 1986)
Three young men living in Nevers provide an answer to their poverty and boredom by stealing the body of the revered Bernadette Soubirou from the local chapel. Ten days later they receive an unexpecte… Read more

LETTERS FROM A DEAD MAN (Konstantin Lopushansky, 1986)
Letters From A Dead Man, shot before the Chernobyl disaster and released soon afterwards, has been dubbed the Soviet Day After. Variety noted that it was as intense as the American film, but much mor… Read more

LILY TOMLIN (Nicholas Broomfield, Joan Churchill, 1986)
Joan Churchill and Nicholas Broomfield, the husband-and-wife documentary team, have been working together since 1974. After dealing with subjects like teenage California prison (Tattooed Tears) and w… Read more

Lin E Katazan (Edgard Navarro, 1986)
Parable on discrimination against Asians, based on a chapter of the book Fazenda Modelo by Pedro Buarque de Holanda. ... Read more

Little Brother Watches Back (Tom Thibault, 1985)
"I read the slogans painted on the walls and they reminded me of other truths. I reached the roots of this politic and discovered that all I had known about it were lies and misconceptions. I began t… Read more

Locations (Philip Brophy, 1987)
A portrait of Melbourne as a typical city with its shrines of consumption and entertainment. The shrines are (in no particular order), drive-ins, sex shops, fast food restaurants and neon signs. The … Read more

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