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The Childhood of Maxim Gorky
An immortality that Soviet Russia has heretofore allotted only to Lenin and Marx is bestowed upon the country's greatest writer, Maxim Gorky. One of the noblest achievements of pre-war Soviet cinema,O (Jay Leyda, Kino), this haunting, unforgettable film is based upon Maxim Gorky's 1913 autobiography My Childhood and shows a…
The Garden Of Earthly Delights
Based on his own novel Metaphysics, Lech Majewski crafts intimate passion plays and creates "a luminous, highly erotic treatise on art, love and death" (Chicago Reader). When a terminally-ill art historian meets an engineer, it is love and lust at first sight. But their love is threatened by her looming…
The Jonas Project
The Jonas Project is the story of two young women whom join forces to find a cure for cancer but soon realize their lives may be in danger if they expose what they discover. Focusing on cancer, the film plays part political/corporate thriller interspersed with elements of fractured friendship, redemption…
Joan the Woman
Joan the Woman (Cardinal Film Corporation, 1916) was Cecil B. DeMille's first great spectacle. In keeping with theatrical tradition, DeMille sought a more formal and stylized mode of acting from stars Geraldine Farrar and Wallace Reid - a technique he continued in his late historical films. Wilfred Buckland's art direction…
The Airship - Das Luftschiff
Franz Xavier Stannebein, a young boy at the turn of the 20th century, wants to do nothing more than fly. He carries this dream through his years at an orphanage and into adulthood as a merchant in Spain. He eventually invests everything he has into building his own version of…
Ocean of Pearls
Amrit Singh is of two worlds, but belongs to neither. A turban-wearing Sikh, he has lived his life in North America out of sorts and out of place, cast adrift at an uneasy crossroads between East and West. But when he is offered a prestigious position as a transplant surgeon…
Ballast
A double prize winner at the Sundance Film Festival and one of the most critically acclaimed films of 2008, Ballast is a stunningly evocative story of personal catastrophe and communal redemption. In the cold winter light of the Mississippi Delta, three lonely people stumble under the weight of a shared…
A Fool There Was
The original "Vamp," Theda Bara stars as an exotic temptress who lures a once faithful man away from his wife. Only a handful of Bara's films survive today, but this is the drama for which she is best remembered. The film shocked audiences and brought something unexpected to the silent…
D.W. Griffith Volume 1 - Years of Discovery 1909 - 1913
For the five years between 1908 and 1913, D.W. Griffith directed some 450 films for the Biograph Company, delivering at a rate of two or three films per week. These films, one and two reels in length, are sometimes regarded as apprentice works, films in which Griffith borrowed, invented, and…
Tol'able David
Tol'able David is a magnificent film, carefully transferred from the best available elements, and starring the great Richard Barthelmess (Broken Blossoms) in the title role. This rural adaptation of the David and Goliath tale chronicles the hero's passage into adulthood as he confronts three crooks looking for trouble. When the…
Maami
Part of the Series: Nigerian Feature Film Collection
Single parent, Maami, and her young son are desperately poor. Gifted with a living heart, enterprising spirit and brave soul, she is the centre of her son's world, until he longs for the father he has never known - a man with a terrible secret. Set over a two-day period,…
An Old Man's Gold
Some of the best character actors in the business have come together to break the law in the film noir crime drama "An Old Man's Gold." Jack Wallace (Boogie Nights, Lakeboat, The Bear) shares the screen with Mik Scriba (The Negotiator), Gene Wolande (L.A. Confidential), Mike Hagerty (Friends), Vincent Guastaferro…