London Film Festival 2012

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Breaking The Frame (Country: Canada; Year: 2012; Director: Marielle Nitoslawska; Writer: Marielle Nitoslawska; Stars: Carolee Schneemann)
A documentary porrait of an artist whose work focuses on the body, sexuality and gender.
The Dream And The Silence (Sueño Y Silencio) (Country: Spain; Year: 2012; Director: Jaime Rosales; Writer: Jaime Rosales, Enric Rufas; Stars: Yolanda Galocha, Oriol Roselló, Jaume Terradas)
A family is in shock following an unexpected bereavement.
Fragments Of Kubelka (Country: Austria; Year: 2012; Director: Martina Kudláček; Stars: Peter Kubelka, Jonas Mekas, Arnulf Rainer)
The filmmaker discusses his life, work and wider interests.
I'm Going To Change My Name (Alaverdy) (Country: Armenia, Russia, Denmark, Germany; Year: 2012; Director: Maria Saakyan; Writer: Maria Saakyan; Stars: Evgeny Tsyganov, Arina Adju, Maria Atlas-Popova)
Poetry and traditional Armenian folk songs provide a route into the inner life of a 14 year old girl.
In April The Following Year, There Was A Fire (Sin Maysar Fon Tok Ma Proi Proi) (Country: Thailand; Year: 2012; Director: Wichanon Somumjarn; Writer: Wichanon Somumjarn; Stars: Uten Sririwi, Jinnapat Ladarat, Saeree Pimpa)
Memories and identities blur as a boy leaves Bangkok to atend a wedding party in his home town.
On Venom And Eternity (Traité De Bave Et D’Éternité) (Country: France; Year: 1951; Director: Isidore Isou; Writer: Isidore Isou; Stars: Jean-Louis Barrault, Blanchette Brunoy, Marcel Achard)
A Lettrist manifesto wit deliberately distorted words and images.

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