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Films Screened In 1992

Viewfinder (Bill Bolender, 1991)
man living alone is visited by a stranger who wants to sell him a photograph that he has just taken of his house Normal enough — except that the stranger has no hands. Adapted from a Raymond Ca… Read more

VIOLENT COP (Takeshi Kitano, 1989)
... ... Takeshi makes his directorial debut in what on the surface at least is a standard 'rene­gade cop' genre film. Takeshi plays Detective Azuma, the department's 'wild-card' whose unorthodox … Read more

Violent Hands (Christine Rogers, 1991)
A quietly chilling and sinister portrayal of a family living with a terrible secret: an abused child. (JB) ... Read more

Visible Cities (Babette Mangolte, 1991)
Babette Mangolte is known as a highly respect­ed cinematographer for directors such as Chantal Akerman, Yvonne Rainer and Sally Potter, and is an accomplished filmmaker in her own right. Visible … Read more

Wanted (Barbara Poznanski, 1990)
Jozef Klyk is obsessed with the American West; so much so that he directs, writes, shoots and stars in films, which he shoots with his hand-cranked camera. Jozef Klyk lives in a small village in the … Read more

We Walked on the Moon (Johanne Pregent, 1991)
July 20th, 1969. The entire planet is fixed on the Apollo XI. This is an accepted story, but there are lesser known details of July 20th, 1969, which no-one has ever talked about: the story of Marie-… Read more

White Blood Cells (Satoshi Hanasaki, 1991)
Neutrophil is the key factor in how white blood cells protect us from Infection. Japanese researchers have recently succeeded in extracting and purifying a hormone called G-CSF, known for its efficie… Read more

WHO NEEDS A HEART (John Akomfrah, 1991)
... ... Where Isaac Julien's Young Soul Rebels (MFF, 1991) gave voice to the black youth dance-set of the mid-late 1970s, John Akomfrah's new film depicts, in a very differ­ent form, the little-s… Read more

Wireless Nights (Melissa Juhanson, 1991)
Wireless Nights centres around a variety of char­acters who listen to talk back radio from 12am to 5am. Following the announcer's voice through the early morning, this drxumentary introduces the … Read more

Witches (Dominic Clemence, 1991)
Sarah's father has disappeared; her mother, too, is lost to the adult world, fighting a private battle against the agony of rejection. But jeal­ousy, cruelty and pain are also the stuff of fairy … Read more

WITHOUT YOU I'M NOTHING (John Boskovich, 1990)
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Writing in the Sand (Kitty Fitzgerald, Richard Grassick, Ellin Hare, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, Murray Martin, Pat McCarthy, 1991)
The adventures of a family of city-dwellers who are spending a day's holiday on the windswept beaches of North-east England. Memories and fantasy mix with an atmosphere of freedom and bewilderment in… Read more

Xavier (Philippe Caron, 1991)
An old man tells the story of his escape from France during WWII and in doing so reveals his unique and delightful personality. ... Read more

YOU ARE NOT ALONE (Blaine Allan, 1991)
A detective story about the search for a missing person, told (torn the point of view of the missing person," is how writer and director Blaine Allan describes this extraordi­nary road movie cum … Read more

ZENTROPA (Lars von Trier, 1991)
... ... Zentropa, the most dazzling film seen at Cannes for years, is a trip along the twin scenic routes of myth and history. It's about a journey of illusion that provides lightning glimpses, from … Read more

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