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P. Gidal (1971)

..A film whose 'repetitions' are as close to mechanistic processes (loops) as the human camera-operator can go..' - P.G.

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M. Curran (1998)

*Footnote deals with the space of fantasy in collapse

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Forbidden Heroines

A. Tallentire (1987)

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Forgive Me

A. K├Âtting (1983)

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For You In Me And Me In Them To Be One

B. Beban (1988)

Filmed deep in the mountains of south Serbia.

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H. Lloyd (2002)

Spray from a fountain.

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Four Corners, A Contest of Opposites

K. Piper (1995)

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Four Frontiers

K. Piper (1998)

The conceptual starting point of this piece was the division of geographical space around the four points of the compass and the re-enforcing of national and conceptual frontiers of difference.

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Four Projected Movements

A. McCall (1975)

A single fifteen-minute sweep of a triangular blade of light through 90 degrees, along a wall, becomes four distinct architectural interventions through the agency of the projector.

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Fourth Wall

P. Gidal (1978)

The film attempts to deal with angles of non-anthropomorphic viewing, the non-positing within the profilmic of the always boringly searched for stand-in. P.G.

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