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Billy Budd

Billy Budd (1962)

Starring: Terence Stamp, Robert Ryan, Peter Ustinov

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Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films

Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films (2014)

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The wild story of Cannon Films, the studio that unleashed a wide range of entertaining exploitation films in the 1980s, is told in this documentary from Not Quite Hollywood's Mark Hartley. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

Six Days in Roswell

Six Days in Roswell (1999)

Starring: Rich Kronfeld, Budd Hopkins, Whitley Streiber

Forbidden Films

Forbidden Films (2015)

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1,200 feature films were made in Germany's Third Reich. According to experts, some 100 of these were blatant Nazi propaganda. Nearly seventy years after the end of the Nazi regime, more than 40 of these films remain under lock and key. Director Felix Moeller (Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Suss) interviews German film historians, archivists and filmgoers in an investigation of the power, and potential danger, of cinema when used for ideological purposes. Utilizing clips from the films and recorded discussions from public screenings (permitted in Germany in educational contexts) in Munich, Berlin, Paris and Jerusalem, Moeller shows how contentious these 70-year-old films remain, and how propaganda can retain its punch when presented to audiences susceptible to manipulation. -Telluride Film Festival (C) Zeitgeist Films

Orson Welles: The One-Man Band (The Lost Films of Orson Welles)

Orson Welles: The One-Man Band (The Lost Films of Orson Welles) (1995)

Starring: Peter Bogdanovich, Orson Welles, Oja Kodar

Uzumasa Limelight

Uzumasa Limelight (2014)

Starring: Chihiro Yamamoto, Hirotaro Honda, Hisako Manda

Uzumasa (Kyoto) is considered the Hollywood of Japan. It has produced many "jidaigeki" films (dramas with sword fighting) that are loved by many Japanese, and are highly praised all over the world. These films wouldn't be what they were if it weren't for the "kirareyaku" (actors whose is to be killed by the lead star). Men who are killed, without ever being lit by the limelight. This story is about those men, the unsung heroes of classic jidaigeki films. They loved and respected the art, even when the production of classic jidaigeki films began to dwindle. Using Charlie Chaplin's "Limelight" as an underlying theme, the admirable story of these men dealing with a new generation and fading craftsmanship is told with melancholy and soul.

Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films

Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films (2003)

Starring: Sammy Davis Jr., Ronald Reagan, Helena Reckitt

The Bank

The Bank (2002)

Starring: David Wenham,Anthony LaPaglia,Steve Rodgers,Sibylla Budd,Mandy McElhinney

Rewind This!

Rewind This! (2013)

Starring: Atom Egoyan, Mamoru Oshii, Frank Henenlotter

Home video changed the way the world consumed films. The cultural and historical impact of the VHS tape was enormous. REWIND THIS! is a documentary that traces the ripples of that impact by examining the myriad aspects of art,technology, and societal perceptions that were altered by the creation of videotape.

Hollywood Chinese: The Chinese in American Feature Films

Hollywood Chinese: The Chinese in American Feature Films (2008)

Starring: Turhan Bey,Joan Chen,Tsai Chin,Stephen Gong,James Hong

Hollywood Chinese: The Chinese in American Feature Films

Hollywood Chinese: The Chinese in American Feature Films (2008)

Starring: Turhan Bey,Stephen Gong,James Leong Jr.,Lisa Lu,James Shigeta

The Turning

The Turning (2013)

Starring: Rose Byrne,Cate Blanchett,Hugo Weaving,Miranda Otto,Richard Roxburgh

A collection of short films based on stories by Australian writer Tim Winton.

Vic+Flo Saw a Bear

Vic+Flo Saw a Bear (2014)

Starring: Pierrette Robitaille, Romane Bohringer, Marc-Andre Grondin

The new feature by Quebecois auteur Denis Cote (director of CARCASSES, CURLING, and BESTIAIRE, among other films, and the subject of an Anthology retrospective in Fall 2012) is a typically well-observed, beautifully-crafted, and shape-shifting piece of work. A filmmaker whose command of the medium has steadily grown throughout his career, Cote delights in defying categories - in films such as CARCASSES and BESTIAIRE he blurs the boundaries between fiction and documentary, while his more explicitly fictional films are tonally unstable, gracefully but unmistakably crossing the line from one genre to another. --(c) Anthology

Vic+Flo Saw a Bear

Vic+Flo Saw a Bear (2014)

Starring: Pierrette Robitaille,Romane Bohringer,Marc-Andre Grondin,Marie Brassard,Olivier Aubin

The new feature by Quebecois auteur Denis Cote (director of CARCASSES, CURLING, and BESTIAIRE, among other films, and the subject of an Anthology retrospective in Fall 2012) is a typically well-observed, beautifully-crafted, and shape-shifting piece of work. A filmmaker whose command of the medium has steadily grown throughout his career, Cote delights in defying categories - in films such as CARCASSES and BESTIAIRE he blurs the boundaries between fiction and documentary, while his more explicitly fictional films are tonally unstable, gracefully but unmistakably crossing the line from one genre to another. --(c) Anthology

Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach

Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach (2016)

Starring: Paul Laverty, Ken Loach, Cillian Murphy

Versus is a funny, provocative and revealing account of the life and career of one of Britain's foremost filmmakers, Ken Loach, as he turns eighty and looks back at over fifty years of filmmaking.

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