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After bullies steal his son's lunch-box, a retired wrestler goes on a violent rampage to avenge him and bring justice to the school.
A Kitten For Hitler
The result of a challenge from Melvyn Bragg to write a film that Ken Russell himself would be eager to see banned, was A Kitten For Hitler – a 10-minute short in which a plucky young Jewish boy traver...
Poetic essay about the beginning of life from labor pains and birth and about its symbolic meaning.
A film documenting the landscapes of northern Iceland, as well as a recent work about the Hudson River.
The Drunkard's Reformation
A man is drunk and late to his house. He was told by his wife that he was supposed to take their daughter to see a play. He was faced with how his life would be without his drinking problems while wat...
Early Amateur Sound Film
A montage of some home movies taken by Archie Stewart (1902-1998), an early enthusiast in taken 16 mm sound films of his family. We see his daughters, Mary and Anne, playing in the aftermath of a Janu...
A Year Along the Abandoned Road
A portrait of a deserted fisherman's village in Northern Norway called Børfjord - a place with an incredible personality in the middle of a magnificent Arctic nature. The 12 minute short film was fil...
Eatin' on the Cuff or The Moth Who Came to Dinner
A live action piano player tells the story of a clothes-devouring moth who is on his way to marry a honey bee but gets caught by a black widow spider looking for a man of her own.
An English dreamer experiences both the beauty and harshness of nature when he relocates to the Canadian prairie.
About Inhabitants, Peleshian said: "Many people were offended or insulted by We. After that experience, I was mad at mankind and decided to make a film about animals. Animals don't get upset, but at...
New York Portrait, Chapter II
Chapter Two represents a continuation of daily observations from the environment of Manhattan compiled over a period from 1980-1981. This is the second part of an extended life's portrait of New York....
The Reflecting Pool
Viola's seminal piece, The Reflecting Pool, was made three decades ago on analogue video tape and yet could easily pass for a contemporary digital piece; in it, Viola emerges as central protagonist fr...
Dr. Pulder Sows Poppies
A small town doctor gets a visit from a former study-friend. He doesn't know this former surgeon has become a junkie that wants to steal his morphine.
Title cards introduce images we watch without narration; they are displays of shape and color. François de Roubaix's electronic music accompanies these images, photographed under a polarizing microsco...
The story of a summer dress and those who have to do with it, especially the train conductor (played by van Warmerdam, the director). The dress functions as catalyst for the whimsical events, which tu...
Din of Celestial Birds
Din of Celestial Birds is a trip through the evolution of consciousness.
In 1952, Haanstra made Panta Rhei , another view of Holland through the eyes of a painter and filmmaker. Its poetic images of water, skies and clouds reflect Haanstra's own moods.