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Le Drame Du Taureau (Lucien Clergue, 1965)
A vivid coverage of bullfighting — from the bull's point of view. ... Read more

Le mystère Koumiko (Chris Marker, 1965)
Chris Marker whose films, Description of a Struggle, Le joli Mai and La jetee, have been shown at previous Festivals, went to Japan to film the Olympic Games. But there he discovered, working for a f… Read more

Le Poisson Prof (Philippe de Poix, 1965)
The trials of a young teacher in charge of a class of little girls. ... Read more

Legault's Place (Susanne Angel, 1965)
A searching glance into the character of an old man who is unwilling to leave his shack, around which a disdainful suburbia has sprung up. ... Read more

LOVE 65 (Bo Widerberg, 1965)
The action of the film takes place during two summers and a winter. Keve is a film director whose relationship with his wife is deteriorating, and for a while he finds peace in the arms of another's … Read more

Ludwig (Roland Klick, 1965)
Ludwig is an outsider. He lives in a little village and works in the quarry. He has fallen in love with the sole beauty of the village. His boredom is interrupted by an incident which ends in violenc… Read more

MAN IS NOT A BIRD (Dušan Makavejev, 1965)
The action is set in an industrial centre in Eastern Serbia. Jan Rudinski, an engineer, comes to the town, entrusted with the assembly of some intricate machinery. He falls in love with the sensuous … Read more

Mister Lewis (Malcolm Craddock, 1965)
Mister Lewis has something on his mind ... he cannot get into the bathroom in the morning! ... Read more

Morty (William Compton, 1965)
An amusing reminder of just how loaded the index finger can be in the fantasy world of the child. ... Read more

Mosaic (Norman McLaren, Evelyn Lambart, 1965)
A hypnotic series of geometric patterns, superlatively animated. ... Read more

Mrofnôc (J. J. Sedelmaier, 1965)
A man finds himself alone in a society that is doing the complete reverse of what he thinks is normal. ... First Prize, Independent Filmmakers' Festival. ... Read more

My Wise Daddy (Saraiya, 1965)
A brief, popular propaganda film on family planning. ... Read more

Now (Santiago Alvarez, 1965)
A look at racial discrimination in the United States. The background music is sung by Lena Horne. ... Grand Prize, Leipzig Festival. ... Read more

O Dem Watermelons (Robert Nelson, 1965)
The definitive film about watermelons: they are cut, sawed, run over, used as bombs or for masturbation, appear at the UN and in toilet bowls. ... Read more

Old Iron and New Humour (Bob Calinescu, 1965)
This little animated film involving pliers, scrap iron and a toy train, makes its moral point in an ingenious and lighthearted fashion. ... Read more

Our Youth (Kaarlo Nuorvala, 1965)
This TV documentary deals with the problems of youth in Finland today. But are the voting ones alone to blame for their misdeeds or are the parents and the adult world around them equaly respon­s… Read more

Peaches (Michael Gill, 1965)
A film fantasy concerning the adventures of a modern girl whose passion for peaches is eventu­ally replaced by a very different type of passion. ... Read more

People Will Laugh At Us (Jacques Godbout, 1965)
In the Bay of Chaleurs, Quebec, Indian children make dolls but hesitate to show them, saying: "People will laugh at us". ... Read more

Petrol (Hugo Niebeling, 1965)
A portrait of the oil industry presented with bravura, using exciting compositions, striking camera move­ments and angles. The visuals are splendidly matched with the musical score. ... Gold Awar… Read more

Phoebe (George Kaczender, 1965)
Phoebe is a teenage girl who finds she is pregnant. The film suggests her state of mind as she imagines the confrontations she will have to endure with those nearest to her. ... Read more

Pierrot (Jacques Leroux, 1965)
Using experimental techniques in animation, the film is a poetic evocation of the metamorphosis of the carnival character of Pierrot. ... Animation Prize, Bilbao. ... Read more

PIERROT LE FOU (M) (Jean-Luc Godard, 1965)
“I saw Pierrot le fou by chance… I decided to make movies the same night.” - filmmaker Chantal Akerman. ... Marking a transition between Jean-Luc Godard's earlier works and his later more … Read more

RED BEARD (Akira Kurosawa, 1965)
At the end of the Tokugawa Period, a young man returns to Edo after several years' study at a Dutch medical school in Nagasaki. Told to make a formal call at the public clinic and pay his respects to… Read more

Rid'n (, 1965)
A TV commercial aiming at creating a masculine image for a brand of beer. ... Silver Award, Advertising Category, Australian Film Awards. ... Read more

Romance (Jaromil Jires, 1965)
A provocative episode about a gypsy girl who picks up an 18-year-old youth. Her chameleon-like changes leave him baffled and confused. ... Read more

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