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Films In 1967

Man and His World (Bruno Bozzetto, 1967)
A prize-winning entry in Expo 67's 50-second Man and His World competition from Italy's leading animator (Life in a Box, the Mr. Rossi cartoons). ... Read more

Maryo Movie (Jeff Keen, 1967)
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Messieurs les Coureurs: Attention (Bob Bremer, 1967)
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Mother and Son (Jan Nemec, 1967)
A film that attempts to shatter the conventional view of family love. ... Prix, Oberhausen; Prize, Lugano. ... Read more

MOUCHETTE (Robert Bresson, 1967)
Like Bresson's earlier Diary of a Country Priest, this film is based on a novel by Bernanos, but this time the book has been freely adapted. It is the story of an utterly despised and rejected person… Read more

Nathalie (Anne Dastrée, 1967)
During a routine day in the life of an adolescent girl, the film explores the changes wrought in her by puberty. We see her at school, on the streets, al home; we witness her conflicts with adults, w… Read more

Nathalie (Ya. Saveliv, 1967)
A lyrical impression of the training of a girl gymnast. ... Read more

NEVER A BACKWARD STEP (Donald Brittain, 1967)
Portrait from life of Lord Thomson of Fleet, born 1894 Roy Thomson of Toronto, but now a financier with operations on a world scale. ... Center of the Thomson empire is London, England. Much of the f… Read more

Notes on a Triangle (Rene Jodoin, 1967)
The triangle is the basis of this diverting ballet of changing geometrical patterns. ... Prize, Teheran Festival. ... Read more

Of Holes and Corks (Ante Zaninović, 1967)
Zaninovic's egoist takes on the universe! ... Read more

One Man's Road (Robert Kingsbury, 1967)
Cive Williams, an Aboriginie, who lives with his family in a Sydney suburb today, remembers how he coped with most of the problems of his people: lack of education, substandard housing, apathy and dr… Read more

Op Hop (Pierre Hebert, 1967)
In this hand-made scratched on film, the visuals range and rearrange on the screen in many combinations. ... Best Canadian Short, Montreal Festival. ... Read more

Opus (Don Levy, 1967)
An impressionistic view of contemporary British culture ranging from sculptors and painters to theatre and ballet, and even including sequences on jewellery and fast cars. ... Gold Medal, Barcelona; … Read more

Opus 3 (Pierre Hebert, 1967)
Images of a few simple geometric forms arranged and counter-arranged in various sequences. ... Read more

PARANOIA (Adriaan Ditvoorst, 1967)
This is a sensual study of a young man, Arnold Cleever, who goes into retreat when a photo in a newspaper convinces him that he is a wanted SS officer. In his paranoid state, his relationship with hi… Read more

Poen (Josef Reeve, 1967)
A poetic nightmare in which the dreamer attempts to make some kind of pattern out of disturbing and violent images. ... Read more

POINT BLANK (John Boorman, 1967)
Walker (Lee Marvin) and his colleagues plan a cash robbery on the former prisoner island of Alcatraz but he is double-crossed by his colleague, Mai, who shoots him and leaves him for dead. Walker, th… Read more

Portrait of a House (Witold Giersz, 1967)
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Rail (Geoffrey Jones, 1967)
An impression of the changing image of the railway in the twentieth century. ... Read more

Rain and Shine (C. V. Gopal, 1967)
An impressionistic presentation of Mahabaleshwar, a quiet little hill station, during and after the monsoon rains. ... Read more

Rains (R. K. Ramachandran, 1967)
The film conveys the blessings and curses of rain to mankind. ... Read more

REBELLION (Masaki Kobayashi, 1967)
At the end of the 18th century, the eldest son of Sasahara, a court official, is compelled by Lord Matsudaira to marry the Lord's former mistress. Sasahara is displeased, but agrees when the boy is i… Read more

San Francisco (Anthony Stern, 1967)
American society in flash and freeze. A film editor with dash and wheeze. Bizarre. ... Read more

Sandcastles (Ya. Bronstein, 1967)
An observation of a six-year-old who builds fantastic sand structures— and of his elders! ... Read more

Saul Bass Titles (Saul Bass, 1967)
Saul Bass is a film maker and designer who extended the art of the film to its listing of credits with his work on Carmen Jones. This innovation was followed soon after, by his distinctive 'arm' symb… Read more

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