Films

The following is a current listing of films produced and/or distributed by International Film Foundation or Julien Bryan. Click on Search Films to search the film archive by name, crew or geographic location. Use the filtering links to reorder the films.

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  • Blowgun

    Country: Venezuela (Kononama)

    Date: 1971

    Running Time: 13 min.

    Credits

    Director: NA

    Cinematographer: Hermann Schlenker

    In a single day a Makiritare craftsman fashions a blowgun with precision fittings that will last for years.

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  • Blue Ribbon

    Country: U.S.A. (Tranquility, New Jersey)

    Date: 1946

    Running Time: 20 min.

    Credits

    Director: Francis Thompson

    Cinematographer: NA

    Made for the USIS to show the world the wholesome simplicity of the "typical" American farm family using the focal device of the annual competition for HHHH awards (Blue Ribbons) in farm animal raising, vegetable canning, etc.

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  • Bogot√°: Fragments of a City

    Country: Colombia

    Date: 1978

    Running Time: 15 min.

    Credits

    Director: NA

    Cinematographer: Jan-henk Kleijn

    This film follows a still photographer as he tries to capture the essence of Colombia's capital city.

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  • Bolivia

    Country: Bolivia

    Date: 1943

    Running Time: 20 min.

    Credits

    Director: NA

    Cinematographer: Jules Bucher, William James, Francis Thompson

    Survey of the jungle lowlands, yungas, and altiplano points out that there are really "three Bolivias" each "with its offering to the country's destiny." Shows processing of rubber, chinchona, coca; agricultural methods; silver and tin mining.

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  • Boundary Lines

    Country: N/A

    Date: 1945

    Running Time: 12 min.

    Credits

    Director: Philip Stapp

    Cinematographer: NA

    Philip Stapp's classic film on bigotry and hate traces the cause of these evils to the imaginary "boundary lines" men draw to divide themselves: lines of fear, possession, color and greed.

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