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Our Daily Bread
Part of the Series: Our Daily Bread
Franklin Roosevelt's 1933 inauguration marked a rebirth of hope among Americans and began an unprecedented era of government activity and social experiment. Includes a Prologue presented by David Shepard, with introduction by filmmaker King Vidor. Feature starts at 00:04:00. Cast: Charles Farrell [Lem Tustine], Mary Duncan [Kate], David Torrence [J.L.…
L'Inhumaine (The Inhuman Woman)
"On leaving the theatre, one has the impression of having witnessed the birth of a new art." - Adolf Loos, Austrian architect Flicker Alley and Lobster Films are proud to present this groundbreaking landmark of artistic collaboration and avant-garde design, newly-restored with two original scores from Aidje Tafial and the…
1001 Grams
Marie is a scientist who works in the Mass Department of the Norwegian Metrology Service where her father Ernst is director. When Ernst surprisingly falls ill, Marie is asked to go to Paris to recalibrate the National Norwegian kilo and take part in an international seminar where colleagues from around…
The Law (Tilai)
The unbending nature of village law wreaks havoc upon an all-too human family in this film from the nation of Burkina Faso. In the story, a young man has fallen in love with and become affianced to a young woman. But then his father swiftly exercises his customary parental prerogatives,…
The Youth of Peter the Great
The Youth of Peter the Great is the first part of a two-part film that ends with At the Beginning of Glorious Days. Both parts were released in the Soviet Union in 1980 and are based on a novel, Peter I, written by Aleksey Tolstoy. The film was directed by…
October: Ten Days That Shook the World
October: Ten Days That Shook the World is a 1927 Soviet silent propaganda film by Sergei Eisenstein and Grigori Aleksandrov, sometimes referred to as October. It is a film epic about the 1917 October Revolution and Revolution in Petrograd. The title is taken from John Reed's book on the Revolution,…
Waalo Fendo: Where the Earth Freezes
Milan, like Paris or Stuttgart, and like many other European cities, is the theater of the drama of immigration. Waalo Fendo illustrates the dehumanization faced by so many immigrants all over the world through the story of Demba and that of his brother Yaro, both Senegalese immigrants in Italy, The…
Steam - The Turkish Bath
Tired of his troubled marriage, an Italian businessman's life changes dramatically after he learns that an aunt has left him property in Istanbul. Francesco (Alessandro Gassman) arrives to the Turkish city hoping that he can take care of the matter swiftly and return to Italy. He is surprised to discover…
Broken Blossoms
The heartbreaking story of a waterfront waif (Lillian Gish) from the Limehouse district of London who escapes the abuse of her father (Donald Crisp) through a doomed relationship with a Chinese immigrant (Richard Barthelmess).
Hell's House
Independently produced by Bennie Zeidman, HELL'S HOUSE (1932) is a Pre-Code melodrama that captured Bette Davis and Pat O'Brien just before they were catapulted to superstardom at Warner Bros. An expose of the American penal system (not unlike I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang and The Mayor of…
A Fortunate Life Part 2
Part of the Series: A Fortunate Life
At eight years old, an impoverished Bert Facey was forced to start the backbreaking, dawn-to-dusk life of a farm labourer. Unschooled, his father dead, abandoned by his mother, by the age of twenty he had survived the rigours of pioneering the harsh Australian bush and the slaughter of the bloody…
The Sheik with the Son of the Sheik - with Rudolph Valentino
"Women are not in love with me but with the picture of me on the screen. I am merely the canvas upon which the women paint their dreams." - Rudolph Valentino, 1923 Women fainted in the aisles when The Sheik was released in 1921. The titled Lady Diana Mayo (Agnes…