Little tribal boy runs off on a long journey to the big city to watch the Ramayana that his friends saw but he missed, unaware that his little village is being forced to give up its land for bauxite mining.
Murli (Rajnikanth) and Prabhu (Kamal) are owner and manager respectively, of an advertising agency in Madras. Prabhu has been raised by Murli's family, and feels greatly indebted to them. Prabhu is in love with Padma (Sripriya), but a misunderstanding leads them apart. In the meantime, Murli meets and falls in love with Padma.
Oonche Log (Hindi: ऊँचे लोग, lit. High Society People) was a 1965 Hindi film directed by Phani Majumdar. It was based on play Major Chandrakant by noted Tamil film director-screenwriter, K. Balachander. The main character roles of this film were played by Ashok Kumar, Raaj Kumar and Feroz Khan. Its lyrics were composed by Majrooh Sultanpuri and the music was given by Chitragupta. The film was shot at Vauhini Studios, Chennai, was also noted as first big hit of newcomer Feroz Khan, who was noted for his sensitive performance against veterans like Raaj Kumar and Ashok Kumar. At the 13th National Film Awards it won the award for Second Best Feature Film in Hindi. It was later remade by K. Balachander himself as Major Chandrakanth (1966), starring J. Jayalalitha and Muthuraman.
Documentary about ex-Labour MP Oona King. Only the second black female MP and one of the most media friendly of the 'Blair Babes', her support for the Iraq War alienated her from her Muslim constituency in London's East End, and led to her defeat by George Galloway and his anti-war Respect Party in the 2005 election. King asked her childhood friend Nora Meyer to make a film about the issue but Meyer was also opposed to the war and wonders if her friend's youthful radicalism has been dulled. (Storyville)
Documentary on Australian actor Ernie Dingo. As an actor, Ernie Dingo has played many parts, but many people see his major achievement as being a role model for other Aborigines. This film traces the life of the WA actor from his birth in a corrugated iron shed on Bullado station to early childhood in Mullewa, and his high school years in Geraldton to the beginning of his acting career.
Experimental film with Gunvor Nelson's daughter Oona.
After losing his two younger brothers on a mountain climbing expedition, Vijay (Sunil Dutt) swears to his sorrowing mother (Achala Sachdev) that he will never undertake any expedition again. When he hears of a plane crash deep in the mountains of the Himalays, he initially refuses to even consider going there to look for the survivors, but the tears of a mother, Geeta (Nandita Thakur), whose two children were abroad that plane, moves him and his mother, and he agrees to look for the children, little knowing that others are on the way to the crash site, with different motives.
Action - A longstanding feud between bitter rivals yields an unexpected friendship in this tale of ambition, violence and love starring Jeetendra and Raj Babbar. Engaged in an ongoing dispute with his archenemy, Nagraj, a man named King sets out to kill the police officer who's interfered in his affairs. But through a remarkable twist of fate, King and the cop end up friends. Now, the two must face the formidable Nagraj -- who wants them both dead. - Ajitesh, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Raj Babbar
Directed by Jonas Mekas. With Peter Kubelka, Jonas Mekas, Oona Mekas, Hermann Nitsch.
A documentary which explores what did or did not happen on a rainy night a young boy allegedly saved a train from crashing.
Kiyoshi, a brilliant detective, inquiries on mysterious cases with his childhood friend, Ishioka, a novelist.