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Films In 1967

When you're only a little girl, and you haven't got a dog to call your own . . . well, what you lack in authority and stature, you can make up for in imagination. ... Read more
That pinnacle of evolutionary achieve­ment, embodiment of the dreams and desires of urban existence, twentieth-century Nordic man, is on floodlit display. He is subjected to a thorough zoological examination— with appropriate sounds. ... Read more
The ideological confusion that sets in when one tries to answer fundamental questions in life. ... Read more
In the darkness of the Middle Ages, to love a woman within the society from which one is exiled was a crime punishable by death. . . . This savage romance is told with fluid animation drawn with powdered carbon. ... Read more
Sequoia Sempervirens, the giant everlasting redwood, is a link with the age of the dinosaurs. But the future of these trees is threatened. This film, a tribute to nature's awesome power to create, is also a testament of man's reckless power to destroy, and it pleads for the establishment of a ... Read more
An unnerving Kafkaesqne cartoon about a little man imprisoned in a strange room that alters its shape. ... Read more
A science fiction film about an American tourist in Paris, who becomes obsessed with the idea that he is turning into a Japanese. ... Read more
From three weeks of camera observation of the real life of the Bailey family in Montreal, this film shows that there is far more to living in poverty than most people have hitherto realized. ... Except for the presence of the camera and the film-makers, there is nothing about the day to day events ... Read more
The film investigates the considerable scope offered by the use of magnetic tape in industry, education and entertainment. ... Read more
The subject matter of the arts today is becoming increasingly concerned with the relationship between the creator and his creation. Through his work, the creator enters into a knowledge of life, of the endless cycle of birth and death, which in turn infuses the work and becomes crystallized there ... Read more
The pretty wife of a surly young farmer who is dedicated to the evils of being a small-time capitalist, travels to the city on a business trip for her husband and plans to stay overnight with her sister. The taxi driver who takes her to her sister's flat befriends her. A sympathy springs up between ... Read more
An experimental film in which the well-known painter, M. F. Hussain, gives his cinematic impressions of a few places he visited in Rajasthan. ... Read more
A countdown on a child learning to walk - arguably the best 'mini mini' made. ... Read more
Witty and subtle, a thesis on intolerance down through the centuries in national, social, religious and political contexts. ... Read more
A co-worker of Joris Ivens gives a personal impression of the port of Rotterdam. ... Read more
New Year in the villages of the Moldavian region of Rumania is a festival on which the Christian tradition has made little impact. The pagan world survives apparently unalloyed, with Dionysian masks and merry-makings, a dance of little horses evoking the races at the Roman hippodromes on the third ... Read more
The camera catches the colossal power of the giant waves as a board rider catches one on his perilous journey. ... Read more
The threadbare quality of the prominent people of our age and the way they are managed is exposed with a wealth of sarcasm in this zany spoof on the promotion racket. The formula for success is extravagant conduct plus publicity, and Kim, a bizarre American, is determined to be a success. But all ... Read more
An off-beat, tourist promotion film, extolling the attractions of the Great Barrier Reef. ... Bronze Award, Jedda Award, Australian Film Awards. ... Read more
Without a commentary, this study gives an atmospheric impression of the relationship between horse and rider during a workout. ... Bronze Award, Australian Film Awards. ... Read more
This is the tragi-comic story of an ebullient school teacher who comes face to face with death and conquers his fear of it under the cold, disinterested gaze of his class and his colleagues. The dialogue is written in decasyllabic verse and the editing parallels the rhythm of the syllables. Because ... Read more
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