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Images of Town (Herbert Seggelke, 1968)
A town is discovered as if through the eyes of a modern painter. ... Read more

Indus Valley Road (H. R. Peer, 1968)
A 250-mile highway runs between Swat and Gilgit in the north of Pakistan. Till 1959 the region was isolated, almost inaccessible, immensely beautiful—and known to be rich in mineral and forest … Read more

INNOCENCE UNPROTECTED (Dušan Makavejev, 1968)
ln l942, a Serbian acrobat named Dragoljub Aleksic made a film about himself in occupied Belgrade. lt was the story of an orphan girl driven by her stepmother into the arms of a rich man when her tru… Read more

Jaunpuri (Michael Mann, 1968)
A succession of hypnotic images and colours are cut to haunting Indian jugalbandi music. ... Read more

JE T'AIME, JE T'AIME (Alain Resnais, 1968)
Claude Ridder has tried to shoot himself: he is picked up from the hospital by two strangers. taken on a mysterious car ride to a clinical centre, and prepared for an experiment in which he is shut i… Read more

Journey With Father (Vilgot Sjöman, 1968)
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Key (Peter Gidal, 1968)
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Koncertissimo (József Gémesi, 1968)
The audience takes its seats in the auditorium, the orchestra tunes its instruments, the conductor enters to a round of applause, raises his baton, and . . . ... Read more

KURONEKO (Kaneto Shindo, 1968)
Two women, raped and killed by barbarian samurai, have become vampires. They lure samurai into a country hut with promises of love and then, in vengeance against all samurai, tear their throats open.… Read more

Le trou (Piotr Kamler, 1968)
'The heartrending adventures of a non-being in search of himself. One will see it fairly clearly that in order to be alone, it is at times necessary to be two . . .' A short, metaphysical fable told … Read more

Lichtenstein in London (Bruce Beresford, 1968)
Roy Lichtenstein, one of the originators of pop art, has become one of the most controversial of internationally known American painters for his comic strip canvases. There was a retrospective exhibi… Read more

Like Fabulous Fireworks (Lino del Fra, 1968)
A report on the world of the hippie, the New Left and all those young people in Italy who are determined to change a world they don't understand and in which they do not believe. ... Read more

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (Timo Bergholm, 1968)
oung Anja, victim of society and of herself. has been sentenced to a young peoples prison. Her loneliness and desperation, her longing for sex and freedom, are studied against the background of strai… Read more

LUCIA (Humberto Solás, 1968)
ln 1895, the Cuban people revolted ... against Spain. ln |933 they revolted ... against a dictator. Then in thc ... Sixties came Fidel. Lucia is a different ... heroine in each of three moments ... i… Read more

Mackintosh (Murray Grigor, 1968)
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, born Glasgow, 1868. As a student, he was the painter who led the Spook School, a Glaswegian expression of Art Nouveau. At 27, he was the architect who won the competition t… Read more

Magic Light (Hugo Niebeling, 1968)
A virtuoso study of the manufacture of photographic equipment showing the precision demanded. The processing of film in darkness is shown by some astonishing infra-red photography. ... Read more

Man and Factory (Thorgeir Thorgeirsson, 1968)
No comment—but that of the ugliness and noise in a factory. A briskly edited study of workers, their tedium and alienation in the atmosphere of their place of work. ... Read more

MARE'S TAIL (David Larcher, 1968)
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Marionettes Indiennes (Louis Malle, 1968)
Before the puppet theatres of India depicted the heroes of Indian independence, the wooden marionettes retold the legends of the great warriors of the ancient Empire and the customs of the courts of … Read more

Memento (Stafan Sharss, 1968)
A conversation before an accident , intercut with safety warnings, accompanies shots of wrecked cars and views of impending accidents from behind the wheel. A strong case for careful driving. ... Read more

Menuet (Piotr Kamler, 1968)
An abstract illustration of the famous minuet by Mozart. ... Read more

MIAO YEAR (W. R. Geddes, 1968)
The film covers the life of the Blue Miao tribe of northern Thailand over one year's cycle of social, religious and economic activities. It shows their ceremonies, their food-gathering, making of cos… Read more

Moment (Stephen Dwoskin, 1968)
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MONSIEUR HAWARDEN (Harry Kümel, 1968)
A coach arrives in a village in the Ardennes in the mid-nineteenth century bringing an elegant gentleman and his lady companion. Monsieur Hawarden is the surviving member of a family of Viennese aris… Read more

Monsieur Jean-Claude Vaucherin (Pascal Aubier, 1968)
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