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Of Men and Demons (John Hubley, Faith Hubley, 1969)
Made by the famed husband and wife team, John and Faith Hubley, this is a satirical allegory of man's constant battle with his changing environment. ... In the beginning a man and his wife lead a pea… Read more

Oisín (Patrick Carey, 1969)
Made as a contribution to European Conservation Week, Oisin is a moving record of the stark and simple glories of primitive nature and its sounds. ... There are no humans, no buildings, no music and … Read more

Paint (Norm Gollin, 1969)
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PALAVER (Emile Degelin, 1969)
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Papa Doc - The Black Sheep (Michael Blackstad, 1969)
Reports of revolution and threats of invasion have come once again from the black republic of Haiti. This teeming land of voodoo lives under the lash of its spiritual leader and president for life, D… Read more

PAUL (Diourka Medveczky, 1969)
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PETER AND PAUL (René Allio, 1969)
At the age of 42, Pierre is really living. A supervisor in a building firm, he is having an affaire with a 26-year-old secretary in the same firm. He is a spender, proud of his car, likes to dream ab… Read more

Picture to Post (Sarah Erulka, 1969)
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Pinciano, a Sunday With Summer Sun in the Month of August (Fernando de Bran, 1969)
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PROLOGUE (Robin Spry, 1969)
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Prospect of Island (Henry Sandoz, 1969)
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Proto (Richard Wood, 1969)
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RAMPARTS OF CLAY (Jean-Louis Bertuccelli, 1969)
An excerpt from Franz Fanon's "Wretched of the Earth"' introduces the French-Algerian production Ramparts of Clay, a study of a period of change between fading traditions and economic and social deve… Read more

Reindeer (Aito Mäkinen, 1969)
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Rembrandt ‘69. Facts and Fiction (Ernie Damen, 1969)
A lighthearted look at Rembrandt and his relationship with the three women in his life. ... Read more

Richard Hamilton (James Scott, 1969)
Richard Hamilton is one of the forerunners of the pop-art movement, whose paintings have long revealed a preoccupation with mass media. ... Hamilton closely collaborated with the making of the film a… Read more

Ride the White Horses (Peter Gold, 1969)
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Rodeo (Carroll Ballard, 1969)
The final drama in rodeo is bull riding. To win, the cowboy must stay on a wild, bucking bull for eight seconds. This can be the longest and most dangerous eight seconds in his life. In super slow mo… Read more

SAHARA - LA CARAVANE DU SEL (Tom Priestley, 1969)
A documentary of the thousand mile trek of a Taureg tribe salt caravan in the Sahara Desert. The eight week trip is highlighted by a large sand-storm and tribesmen's struggles with the recalcitrant c… Read more

SALESMAN (Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin, 1969)
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Search (Javier Blanco, 1969)
The heroine of the film, Marta. has for long been suffering from indecision and problems of communication. A confrontation at last, brings her to the point where she has to make a decision. ... Read more

She Flies (John Edwards, 1969)
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She is Like a Rainbow (Anton Kothuys, 1969)
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SIEGE (Gilberto Tofano, 1969)
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Slow Down (Avram Heffner, 1969)
During a family quarrel between a sixty-odd year old woman and her husband, the wife comes to terms with the realities of old age. The film shows 36 hours of the quarrel, from its beginning to the re… Read more

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