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The narration and intertitles describe the ultimate teenage fantasy road-trip: a female version of Bonnie and Clyde in love, in trouble, and unstoppable. With dreams of freedom, a life of crime, and t...
A talented, but doomed, gentleman tries to participate in a properly British game of charades.
The Spirit of the Navajos
Directed by Mary J. Tsosie and Maxine Tsosie.
Springtime in Greenland
The sophomoric inhabitants of a fictional utopia are told a story by Springtime in Greenland using 50's cinematic conventions and attitudes.
A look at the inner workings of a hospital.
Selective Service System
One of the most shocking documentary films ever made. A young anti-war American, to avoid the draft, calmly aims a rifle at his foot and shoots. For several endless minutes, he thrases about the floor...
The Singing Lesson
An experimental film from Al Kouzel which edits unrelated scenes together with a camera tying them together.
La cabale des oursins
A travelogue of abandoned strip mining sites in France extolling their potential for recreational use.
The Night It Rained
A documentary which explores what did or did not happen on a rainy night a young boy allegedly saved a train from crashing.
Gulls and Buoys
An abstract view of a seacoast landscape, created by mixing original line drawings and rotoscoped imagery traced from live-action footage, presented against a sound track of seaside noises.
We see a father who takes his son to a restaurant after the confirmation ceremony.
A short film from Tom Corboy about devoted fans of Elvis Presley in the years after his death.
St. Louis Blues
In this all-black cast short, legendary blues singer Bessie Smith finds her gambler lover Jimmy messin' with a pretty, younger woman; he leaves and she sings the blues, with chorus and dancers.
The World of Paul Delvaux
This was Henri Storck first art documentary, a portrait about the painter, Paul Delvaux.
What Farocki Taught
A remake, in English of the German film Nicht löschbares Feuer (1969).
Simple objects, photographs, and events prompt Frank to self-conscious rumination. From his homes in New York and Nova Scotia and on visits to friends, the artist contemplates his relationships, the a...
The Mammals of Victoria
The film begins with a series of horizontally running ocean tide waves, sometimes with mountains in the background, hand-painted patterns, sometimes step-printed hand-painting, abstractions composed o...
I Take These Truths
This film is entirely hand-painted and is composed of such an evolution of variably colored shapes that their inter-action with each other should constitute a purely visual "self-evident" (as prompted...