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Films In 1983

VOYAGE TO CYTHERA (Theo Angelopoulos, 1983)
After more than three decades' exile in the Soviet Union, a declaration of political amnesty means that Spyros, an elderly Commu­nist rebel, can at last return to his homeland. Yet in doing so. h… Read more

Waltz Mambo (Andrew Quinn, 1983)
This little film brings welcome grace and wit to the high tech world of computer animation. Currently a finalist in the ... Greater Union Awards. ... Read more

Warming Up (Annie Duncan, 1983)
The intense atmosphere generated by members of an orchestra in the last five minutes before going on stage. The film makes an analogy between the mechanics of the human body and that of musical instr… Read more

Went With The Wind (Isay Weinfeld, Marcio Kogan, 1983)
"Went With the Wind" tells the story of Margaret Mitchell, the well-known author of the unforgettable romance "Gone ... with the Wind", from her childhood until her days of glory, satirising Hollywoo… Read more

What is Business? (Ilene Segalove, 1983)
A pseudo documentary about growing up, ‘WHAT IS BUSINESS' parodies instructional and educational films. Segalove conducts a series of interview* with a variety of business people and comedy takes o… Read more

Why I Got Into TV and Other Stories (Ilene Segalove, 1983)
Five short pieces where TV is the trigger for childhood memorie. These ... are all brought together by Segalove's wry, ‘nothing but the facts' narration. ... Read more

WILD STYLE (Charlie Ahern, 1983)
By day, Raymond is just another teenager surviving the South Bronx ghetto. But by night, he paints subway trains as "Zoro", a legendary lone graffiti artist whose identity remains a mystery — e… Read more

Wilderness (Michael Nicholson, 1983)
A close look at the primitive, untamed and backward wilderness, and the effect on it if the dam goes ahead. ... Read more

Woman Before The Mirror (Marisol Trujillo, 1983)
Rosaria Suarez, a ballerina with the Ballet Nacional de Cuba, discusses the effects of motherhood on her work in the ballet company. ... Read more

You Are Free (Dea Brockman, Ilene Landis, 1983)
Presents the events at the liberation of the concentration camps at the end of World War 2, from the point of view of four liberators from different branches of the American ... services. One man met… Read more

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