Enter the Dragon (1973)
National cinemas produced extraordinary talents, including Germany's Wim Wenders, the Australian New Wave filmmakers and audacious new offerings from South America. The '70s also introduced Bruce Lee and the new American cinema. In the late 1980's brave filmmakers around the world challenged and protested social and political norms by speaking the truth through film.
Screening in this program:
> Episode 10 (1969-1979) Radical Directors in the 70's Make State of the Nation Movies
> Episode 11 (1970's and Onwards) Innovation in Popular Culture - Around the World
> Episode 12 (The 1980's) Moviemaking And Protest - Around the World