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THE FARMER’S CINEMATHEQUE interprets a rich archive of films by Relvy and John Teasdale, farmers from the Victorian Wimmera, revealing stories and spirits embedded in the land.
David Lynch takes us on an intimate journey through the formative years of his life.
A boxing match in Brooklyn; life in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina; the daily routine of a Nigerian midwife; an intimate family moment at home: these scenes and others are woven into CAMERAPERSON.
Studio Ghibli, the brainchild of directors Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata and producer Toshio Suzuki, has captivated audiences the world over with its dreamlike, fantastical animations such as SPIRITED AWAY and HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE.
A BRONY TALE lifts the lid on the world of the Bronies, or 'Bro' Ponies - males who are outwardly fond of Hasbro's MY LITTLE PONY; FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC, a series chiefly aimed at, and historically popular with young girls.
The ground-breaking puppetry and animation technique pioneered by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson is brought to life in this definitive documentary, revealing the passion and dedication behind their process.
Philosopher Slavoj Zizek examines the hidden themes and existential questions asked by world renowned films.
From Morgan Spurlock, director of SUPERSIZE ME, comes POM WONDERFUL PRESENTS: THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD - the world's very first Doc-Buster!
Jacques Tati, France's unique master of comedy film, was a loner and did not belong to any school except his own.
Both born at the same time as the birth of cinema itself, Picasso and Braque were pioneering figures in modern art.
Commissioned in 2007 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival, CHACUN SON CINEMA (To Each His Cinema) is a collaboration between 35 of the world's best and most respected directors.
A rare gem of cinematic storytelling that weaves docudrama, fictional reenactment, and experimental photography into a powerful, reflective work on the early days of German cinema.
Moved by the work of director Yasujirô Ozu, Wim Wenders travels to Japan in search of the Tokyo seen in Ozu's films.