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Films Screened In 2002

Just Little Birds (Fred Louf, 2001)
It's a family day. Alex, 10 years old, is always on his own. So is Julie. They meet for the first time and play dolls together. She's a teaser. He's curious. Screened at Cannes and Oberhausen. ... Read more

Just the Two of Us (Alexander Veledinsky, 2001)
"You pretend to work; we'll pretend to pay you' goes the old Soviet adage. In this remarkable debut film, which screened at Cannes, two ageing brothers, railroad line guards in the middle of nowhere,… Read more

Kabbarli sheds light on a peculiar moment of colonial superiority sheltering under a lace parasol. The film's subject, Irish-born Daisy Bates, spent more than 30 years living with Aboriginal tribes o… Read more

Key (Peter Gidal, 1968)
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Killing Pig (Jung Kang-woo, 2001)
This remarkable fable about a gang of kids who emulate an adult pig hunt will chill you to the bone. The results are devastating and lead to radical changes for this once carnivorous village. ... Read more

Knit Your Own Karma (Simon Hook, 2001)
Mr Gorsky's life is an inescapable treadmill. His thoughts of freedom are fuelled when a mysterious ally delivers him a box simply marked 'Improve Your Life'. Inside lies a knitting kit. Could this r… Read more

KO Kid (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1993)
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La Fosse Rouge (Sylvain Labrosse, 2001)
Zair has been arrested by the police and has missed his secondary school exams. He doesn't have the courage to tell his mother but he doesn't want to be seen as a failure in her eyes. Screened in Cle… Read more

Lake (Giga Chkheidze, 2001)
Set within the tranquil landscapes of modern Georgia, this poetic film reflects upon the social residues left over from the civil war that ravaged the country in 1992. In this context, death becomes … Read more

Last Vibrations (Jean-Baptiste Filleau, 2001)
We follow a lonely and somewhat scary man from a mysterious airport to the place of the ensuing drama, the family apartment. Evocative sound, high contrast black-and-white, and dramatic, spare landsc… Read more

Le bunker de la dernière rafale (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1981)
A group of soldiers is locked up in a bunker, facing an unknown future. But it seems that the enemy comes from within. Jeunet and Caro actually play leading roles in this film, and fans will also rec… Read more

Le défilé (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, )
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Le Guide (Dimitri Karakatsanis, 2001)
A couple drive to the country for a picnic. On a deserted road they hit a dog, but when the man climbs out to check for damage, the dog has disappeared. A surreal thriller about a stretch of road tha… Read more

Le manège (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1979)
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Leading Light (John Smith, 1971)
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Leaving the Earth (Errol Morris, )
Denny Fitch experienced both the worst and best luck in his life in a same hour. A veteran pilot, seated as a DC-10 passenger flying home from work, Fitch was called upon to assist the crew of the il… Read more

Light Music (Lis Rhodes, 1977)
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Line Describing A Cone (Anthony McCall, 1973)
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Little Dog For Roger (Malcolm Le Grice, 1967)
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Looking For Bruce Lee is a post-millennium, spiky Korean Hard Day's Night, revolving around real-life band Crying Nut (Korea's most successful punk act) and their often futile attempts to understand … Read more

This aptly named profile of Sydney musician and collector of psychotronic films, Jamie Leonarder, explores the intriguing and little known world of 'outsider' culture. A diversional therapist, who fo… Read more

MAKING VENUS (Gary Doust, 2002)
Jason and Julian, a couple of naïve Sydneysiders, decide that their future lies in filmmaking. They beg, borrow and max out their credit cards to scrape together a $100,000 budget. One million d… Read more

MANIC (Jordan Melamed, 2001)
Manic has enjoyed a tremendous reaction at numerous Film Festivals in the past months including Toronto, London and Rotterdam. The film's strength lies in the unflinching portrayal of disturbed youth… Read more

MARE'S TAIL (David Larcher, 1968)
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MARIE-JO AND HER TWO LOVES (Robert Guédiguian, 2001)
One of the most respected and loved filmmakers working in France today, Robert Guédiguian has built a career weaving achingly beautiful narratives in his beloved home town of Marseille. Utilising ma… Read more

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