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COME L'AMORE (Enzo Muzii, 1968)
A London photographer and an actress working in Rome return to Positano, where they originally met, to re-live their romance, recapture their love as it was. But by doing so, a commitment is demanded… Read more

Darling Do You Love Me (Martin Sharp, Bob Whittaker, 1968)
A jaundiced view of girl chasing boy. ... Read more

Dear Green Place (Michael Pavett, Oscar Marzaroli, 1968)
Through a series of stills taken over a ten-year period, a Glasgow photographer affectionately traces the rebirth of his city as seen through the eyes of an old man recalling his youth. ... Read more

DELIUS: A SONG OF SUMMER (Ken Russell, 1968)
One of Russell's most popular television works, inspired by Eric Fenby's memoir Delius As I Knew Him. The film centres upon the blind and paralysed composer Frederick Delius (Max Adrian), living out … Read more

Do You Like Snow? (Dieter Finnern, 1968)
St. Moritz. Where the ski champions go. And display all they can do on skis. Where the lovers of all winter sports congregate. And skate. curl, play ice hockey, swim, ride horses, bobsleighs, skeleto… Read more

Dodge City (Jeff Dell, 1968)
Black and white children play happily in a Dodge City playground. But elsewhere, in wars. children are suffering. What of the innocence of any of them? ... Read more

Drama Lesson (Joe Scully, 1968)
Creative drama, as practised in many Australian schools, is primarily intended to stimulate children's imaginations as an antidote to the regimen of a normal school day. This film explores something … Read more

Driving in the Night (Ole Roos, 1968)
One motorist gives a lift to another whose car has broken down. It is a hazardous night drive, for a latent hostility between them bursts to the surface. . . . ... Read more

Eating (Frans Zwartjes, 1968)
Loud licking alternates continually with a four-note clarion call, while the camera records a kinky eat-in, with three bare bosomed girls, one wearing a bearded mask, tasting food that is simultaneou… Read more

Errigal (Patrick Carey, 1968)
Characters in order of appearance: the mountains of Donegal. ... Place: Ireland. ... Time: the ages. ... Plot: the battle with the elements. ... Dialogue: natural sound and music. ... A filmed play a… Read more

EVERYTHING FOR SALE (Andrzej Wajda, 1968)
The boy in dark glasses who was hero of Andrzej WajtIa`s film. Ashes and Difttrtottrls, was played by Zbigniew Cybulski. The actor and the part he created became a legend, not unlike that of James De… Read more

Faithful Departed (Kieran Hickey, 1968)
It has been said that if Dublin were wiped out, it could be reconstructed from James Joyce's novel, "Ulysses", exactly as it was on Bloomsday— June 16th, 1904. Kieran Hickey has reconstructed i… Read more

FANDO AND LIS (Alexandro Jodorowsky, 1968)
Once there were two tramps, Vladimir and Estragon, who spent their days waiting for Godot. Now a young couple, Fando and Lis, go in search of a city called Tar. On the way their quest is harried by v… Read more

A group of young people in Toronto wanted their street closed to through traffic with its noise and fumes. The press tagged them as "hippies". The establishment, represented by Toronto City Council, … Read more

Flurina (John Halas, 1968)
A 12-year-old girl on holiday in the Swiss Alps rescues a small wild bird from the claws of an eagle. The tender relationship between the two is charmingly narrated in animation and colour, revitaliz… Read more

Gloucester Road Groove (Jonathan Langran, 1968)
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GOTO, ISLAND OF LOVE (Walerian Borowczyk, 1968)
Goto, an island formed after an earthquake in the 19th century has been cut off from the mainstream of social progress and survives as a totalitarian world of concrete corridors, iron trapdoors and o… Read more

Henry Moore (Julius Kohanyi, 1968)
The sculptor and his work: a personal study conducted and narrated like a self-portrait by Henry Moore. ... Read more

HEROSTRATUS (Don Levy, 1968)
Herostratus burnt down the temple of Artemis in Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It was a bid to achieve immortality by some great feat of destruction. That same night, Alexand… Read more

Heureka (Horst Bienek, 1968)
Heureka is a moving sculpture by Jean Tinguely, a Swiss sculptor now living in Paris, whose sculptures in Central Park, New York, have made him world famous. Heureka is his most massive and significa… Read more

Homo Homini (Václav BedÅ™ich, 1968)
A violent bombardment of disturbing images, using animation, puppets, newsreels, stills and music, comments on man's amazing ability to answer technical problems and his equally remarkable incompeten… Read more

Homo Ludens (A O Karlung, 1968)
A tirade of images, a barrage of animated etchings and artifacts for and against " the American way". ... Read more

I LOVE, YOU LOVE (Stig Björkman, 1968)
As their period of living together draws to its inevitable end, Sten and Helena discover that a baby is on the way. Anxieties and aggressions begin to darken the lighthearted play which has been a ch… Read more

This film might have been called Grierson on Grierson on Documentary. The Grand Old Scot of the documentary film, the man who virtually coined the word "documentary" for the idea of making the cinema… Read more

IF . . . (Lindsay Anderson, 1968)
"Fighting means commitment, means believing what you say, and saying what you believe. It will also mean being called sentimental, irresponsible, self-righteous, extremist and out-of-date by those wh… Read more

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