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THREE (Aleksander Petrović, 1965)
The film covers the period from 1941 to 1944. the beginning to the end of the war in Yugoslavia. It consists of three stories from the experiences of the revolutionary Milos. In the first, set in 194… Read more

Timeless Treasure (Francine Vande Wiele, 1965)
A cartoon parable about the scramble to "the top", told without commentary, yet with telling effect and a sharp sense of humour. ... Read more

Toehold in History (Dahl Collings, 1965)
The Anzac legend, illuminated by the recently com­pleted Gallipoli paintings of Sydney Nolan and a commentary by George Johnston. ... Silver Award, General Category, Australian Film Awards, 1965. ... Read more

Victoria Line Report No. 2 (Bob Privett, 1965)
The film explains the modern tunnelling techniques employed in the con­struction of a new line of the London Underground. ... Read more

WALKOVER (Jerzy Skolimowski , 1965)
Walkover, the original Polish title of this film, is an English expression meaning "an easy victory". Though an entity in itself, in a sense this film is a continuation of Skolimowski's earlier film,… Read more

WALKOVER (Jerzy Skolimowski, 1965)
Walkover, the original Polish title of this film, is an English expression meaning "an easy victory". Though an entity in itself, in a sense this film is a continuation of Skolimowski's earlier film,… Read more

Wayleggo (Robert Kingsbury, 1965)
A sheep herd, so large that it appears to have a life and movement of its own, is mustered amid the attractive scenery of New Zealand's Southern Alps. ... Read more

WHITE MOOR (Ion Popescu Gopo, 1965)
Once upon a time there is a king who has three sons. And a king who has three daughters, so no heir. The kings are brothers. A test of courage is arranged to choose which son will inherit the empire.… Read more

Wild Wings (Patrick Carey, John Taylor, 1965)
With many fascinating shots of rare species of wildfowl, this colour film documents the twin duties - observation and protection - of the Wildfowl Trust in Gloucestershire. ... First Prize, Vancouver… Read more

Woman as a Flower (Jan Lenica, 1965)
Renaissance, "modern style" — decorative, erotic and fantastic. ... Lion of St. Marc, Venice Festival; Silver Medal, Padua Festival. ... Read more

Wooden Lullaby (Tom De Simone, 1965)
An abstract, but visually powerful study of a child and the influences which surround him. ... Read more

Yeats Country (Patrick Carey, 1965)
Yeats has a deep love of the countryside of Western Ireland. This film, commemorating the centenary of the birth of the poet, portrays his feelings in terms of his poems, as well as creating its own … Read more

Zero Zero Romeo (Olaf Sööt, 1965)
The ever-changing moods of air during the course of a day as observed by a sailplane pilot in search of updrafts. ... Silver Wing Award, Vichy Festival; Bronze Award, New York Film and TV Festival. ... Read more

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