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Films In 1995

MEMORIES (Koji Morimoto, Tensai Okamura, Katsuhiro Otomo, 1995)
... ... The long-awaited follow up to acclaimed amm? landmark Afcim (19881, Memories Is a fantastic new feature-length Japanese animation omnibus initiated By manga artist and author Katsuhiro Otomo.… Read more

MOLESTED LOVE (Mario Martone, 1995)
... ... 70-year-old Amalia fails to arrive for a visit to her daughter Delia's home Missing for 48 hours, she is finally discovered drowned on a beach in Naples wearing only an exotic red bra. Delia … Read more

Moving Picture (Linda Christanell, 1995)
An image of a gently contoured alley way in a typical European streetscape is presented in numerous ways. Photographed at night during the day across the seasons and occasionally using time lapse the… Read more

MUSHROOMS (Alan Madden, 1995)
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My Bride (Rodrigo Plá, 1995)
A definitive example of Mexican cinema which is characterised by blood, tears and madness. In front of ail the towns-people a young woman is slowly levered from the well into which she suicided. Dete… Read more

NICO-ICON (Suzanne Ofteringer, 1995)
"The only reason I don't kill myself is, in fact, because I am unique"- Nico ... An enthralling investigation of an amazing identity and an intensely rigorous dissection of the nature of worship, Sus… Read more

NO LOANS TODAY (Lisanne Skyler, 1995)
... ... South Central L.A. is a world unto itself. Sometimes lawless, sometimes cruel, always hard. Set largely in the A.B.C. Pawnshop—a Social Security cheque-cashing 'fringe bank'-we are draw… Read more

NOT FOURTEEN AGAIN (Gillian Armstrong, 1995)
... ... Gillian Armstrong (My Brilliant Career, Last Days of Chez Nous, Little Women) returns to the documentary world of Smokes & Lollies. Fourteen's Good, Eighteen's Better and Bingo. Braces & Brid… Read more

Old Bastards (Niki Caro, 1995)
The title says it all! Six vignettes laced with humour and affectionate vitriol plumbing the depths of maledom in its twilight years. ... Read more

Old Earth (Jo Law, 1995)
Jo Law presents her Chinese cultural identity with a particularly Australian edge Old Earth refers to the philosophical system that her grandfather created in isolation while living in England It was… Read more

One: Terra (Sabrina Schmid, 1995)
Schmid s exquisite graphic sense is highlighted m this playful exploration of alchemical themes. (ASJ) ... Read more

ORSON WELLES: THE ONE MAN BAND (Vassili Siovic, 1995)
... ... Documentary filmmaker Vassili Silovic's candid exploration of various Orson Welles projects is a fascinating tribute to his idio­syncratic talents and was made possible with the co-operat… Read more

Party (Dietmar Brehm, 1995)
Using Russian, Japanese and American porn and his own footage. Brehm creates a matrix in which graphic anatomical parts act as the optical lubricant to the sound of someone shaving. On a window/scree… Read more

PAT AND EDDY'S GREYHOUND RACING FAMILY (Brian McKenzie, 1995)
Pat and Eddy's three teenage children, Bradley, Michelle and Darren are growing up not necessarily according to Pat and Eddy's wishes. Their time is taken up with cars, boyfriends, musical ambitions,… Read more

Penguins Off the Page (Jon Rowden, 1995)
A high school biology class assumes another dimension when penguins colonise the teachers desk. The clay modelled penguins correct in detail and proportion emphasise an emerging role for animators an… Read more

Pepolino and the Lost Treasure (Janos Uzsak, 1995)
... ... Pepolino and the Lost Treasure is pure family entertainment a fully animated musical feature based on the novel by Irene Rodrian. The film charts the adventures of young Pepolino who just wan… Read more

Pig! (Francine McDougall, 1995)
Ex-pat Australian Francine McDougall explores an urban myth of porcine proportions. Nose pickers take heed. (TB) ... Read more

Postal Exchange (Bradley J Gake, 1995)
Made entirely of sequential silk screen prints Postal Exchange tells the story of letters passing between Russia and America and the postmen responsible for their delivery. (RP) ... Read more

POSTMAN (He Jianjun, 1995)
... ... Who knows what happens behind closed doors? The postman, if he opens your mail. And this guy doesn't knock twice before meddling in the lives he uncovers. Adultery, prostitution and drugs are… Read more

Queeny (Rebecca McLean, 1995)
Who is she and why are they saying these terrible things about her? What did Queeny ever do to deserve this public approbation? Not that everyone dislikes her. but the Jury's still out if the 22 inte… Read more

Reconstruction (Laurence Green, 1995)
Home movie documentary and abstract imagery combine to uncover the layers of truths of a family history that absorbs the viewer in this assured and elegant piece of filmmaking. (KH) ... Read more

RICHARD AVEDON: DARKNESS AND LIGHT (Helen C Whitney, 1995)
... ... Using a major Avedon retrospective as a loose framing device, Helen Whitney's documentary is for admirers, a long overdue appraisal of almost fifty years of superb photo­graphy and, for i… Read more

ROD SERLING: SUBMITTED FOR YOUR APPROVAL (Susan Lacy, 1995)
Submitted for your approval: the man in cardiac crisis is Mr Rod Serling—writer, producer and agent provocateur of a certain electronic medium he helped to create and which, by way of thanks, k… Read more

SAINT CLARA (Ori Sivan, Ari Folman, 1995)
... ... Blurring the line between documentary and fiction, Mohsen Makhmalbaf's Salaam Cinema is the Iran director/activist's typically offbeat tribute to a century of cinema. Such is the popularity o… Read more

SALAAM CINEMA (Mohsen Makhmalbaf, 1995)
... ... Blurring the line between documentary and fiction, Mohsen Makhmalbaf s Salaam Cinema is the Iran director/activist's typically offbeat tribute to a century of cinema. Such is the popularity o… Read more

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