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Oh Dem Watermelons
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Lost Book Found
The result of over five years of Super-8 and 16mm filming on New York City streets, Lost Book Found melds documentary and narrative into a complex meditation on city life. The piece revolves around a ...
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Haiti is located in the country of Haiti. Uden title is a dramatic documentary from this chaotic Caribbean country and consists of a mixture of material on video, 16mm and 35mm, dating in some scenes ...
The Heart of the Bear
A young Estonian goes to the Siberian Taiga to live as a hunter in a remote forest hut. He hopes to find his true self far from civilisation. The natives he meets introduce him to the myths of the nor...
Simon is a street retailer, his shop a corner on the lower east side in New York, his stock bootleg cassette tapes,the ambience a boombox. He scrounges food from restaurants, exists on vodka and beans...
Stars and the Water Carriers
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The Craven Sluck
A desperate, married women meets a mysterious man whom she blatantly desires. Through some twists and turns, things do not go over as well as she seems to wish.
The Secret of Wendel Samson
A young man's struggle with his sexuality overtakes his life, driving him deep into his subconscious where guilt and fears of physicality chase him still further. Cornered by an intangible terror, he ...
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The Student Nurses
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The Romance of Book and Sword
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