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spacerAccident (dir. Joseph Losey, 1967, UK) – Future reissue

A.K. - Akira Kurosawa (dir. Chris Marker, 1985, France/Japan)
Starring: Ishiro Honda, Akira Kurosawa, Tatsuya Nakadai
Written by Chris Marker
Synopsis: A documentary about Akira Kurosawa, the legendary Japanese filmmaker, by Chris Marker, the also-legendary French filmmaker, made in his very particular style.
Color and B&W
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 75 min
Original Language: French, Japanese
Genre: Documentary

All the Mornings of the World (Tous les matins du monde) (dir. Alain Corneau, 1991, France)
Starring: Gérard Depardieu, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Anne Brochet, Guillaume Depardieu
Music by Jordi Savall
Synopsis: In 17th century France, a reclusive composer and his daughters’ lives are altered by a passionate young musician hoping to learn from a master.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 115 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Biography, Drama
Awards: Nominated for Golden Berlin Bear at 1992 Berlin International Film Festival; 11 César nominations with 7 wins 1992 (Best Film: Alain Corneau, Best Director: Alain Corneau, Best Supporting Actress: Anne Brochet, Best Cinematography: Yves Angelo, Best Costume Design: Corinne Jorry, Best Music: Jordi Savall, Best Sound: Anne Le Campion); Golden Globe nomination for Best Foreign Language Film 1993; National Board of Review, USA Award for Top Foreign Films 1992; Prix Louis Delluc 1991

Angel Heart (dir. Alan Parker, 1987, US)
Starring: Mickey Rourke, Robert De Niro, Lisa Bonet
Written by Alan Parker
Music by Trevor Jones
Cinematography by Michael Seresin
Synopsis: Small time private detective Harry Angel (Mickey Rourke) is hired by a mysterious man to track down the singer Johnny Favorite (Robert De Niro). When the people he talks to start turning up dead, Angel has to decide whether to give up the case or risk more lives by continuing.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 113 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Thriller

Anthony Zimmer (dir. Jérôme Salle, 2005, France)
Starring: Sophie Marceau, Yvan Attal, Sami Frey
Synopsis: The French police and Russian mobsters are looking for money-launderer Anthony Zimmer by tracking his mistress, Chiara (Sophie Marceau). Chiara plots to throw them off Zimmer’s scent by roping the innocent François, who resembles Zimmer, into the chase.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 89 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama
Awards: César nomination for Best First Film: Jérôme Salle 2006

The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez (dir. Robert M. Young, 1982, US)
Starring: Edward James Olmos, James Gammon, Tom Bower
Synopsis: Circa 1901, a mistranslation by a Texan official leads to a case of mistaken identity, forcing Gregorio Cortez (Edward James Olmos) to run for his life.
Color
Running Time: 104 min
Original Language: English, Spanish
Genre: Biography, Historical Drama

Basic Instinct (dir. Paul Verhoeven, 1992, US)
Starring: Michael Douglas, Sharon Stone, George Dzundza
Written by Joe Eszterhas
Music by Jerry Goldsmith
Synopsis: In one of Verhoeven’s most provocative films, Detective Nick Curran (Michael Douglas) becomes ensnared in a web of sex, lies, and violence, all leading back to Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone), a seductive, mysterious crime novelist. As the bodies pile up and hidden obsessions are revealed, Curran begins to doubt his investigatory instincts and give in to his baser ones.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 127 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Awards: Oscar-nominated for Best Film Editing and Best Original Music

Baxter (dir. Jerome Bolvin, 1989, France)
Starring: Lise Delamare, Jean Mercure, Jacques Spiesser
Synopsis: Baxter, a bull-terrier who “thinks,” wants to serve the right master and he’ll go to any lengths to make that happen. A darkly comical and disturbing look at what it means to be an “animal.”
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Running Time: 82 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, Horror

Baxter! A Suitable Case for Treatment (dir. Lionel Jeffries, 1973, UK)
Starring: Patricia Neal, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Britt Ekland
Written by: Michel Audiard
Synopsis: A young boy with a speech impediment struggles to overcome stressful family life with the help of his speech therapist and neighbors.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 100 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama

Big Deal on Madonna Street (I Soliti Ignoti) (dir. Mario Monicelli, 1958, Italy) – Future reissue

Bitter Moon (dir. Roman Polanski, 1992, France/UK/US)
Starring: Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emmanuelle Seigner, Peter Coyote
Written by Gérard Brach, John Brownjohn, and Roman Polanski
Music by Vangelis
Cinematography by Tonino Delli Colli
Edited by Hervé de Luze
Synopsis: Nigel (Hugh Grant) and his wife Fiona (Kristin Scott Thomas) make the acquaintance of Oscar (Peter Coyote) and his Parisian wife Mimi (Emmanuelle Seigner) on a cruise ship bound for India. Oscar insists on telling Nigel the story of his life with Mimi, leaving out none of the sordid details.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 139 min
Original Language: English, French
Genre: Drama

Bitter Rice (Riso Amaro) (dir. Giuseppe De Santis, 1949, Italy) – Future reissue

The Blood of a Poet (Le Sang d’un poete) (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1932, France)
Starring: Enrique Rivero, Elizabeth Lee Miller, Pauline Carton
Written by Jean Cocteau
Music by Georges Auric
Costume Design by Coco Chanel
Synopsis: Told in four episodes, Blood of a Poet begins with an artist in his studio startled to find a mouth he has painted beginning to move. From this point, the film moves between dimensions and settings, offering disturbing images, dense with interpretive possibilities. One of prolific artist Jean Cocteau’s earliest cinematic efforts, Blood of a Poet suggests the virtuosic command of the form that would later define his entire body of work.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 55 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama

The Blue Lamp (dir. Basil Dearden, 1950, UK)
Starring: Jack Warner, Dirk Bogarde, Jimmy Hanley
Written by T.E.B. Clarke
Synopsis: One veteran London policeman, George Dixon (Jack Warner) and one rookie, Andy Mitchell (Jimmy Hanley) set out on the night beat ignorant of Tom Riley’s (Dirk Bogarde) criminal enterprises. When Riley resorts to violence against the officers, a citywide manhunt ensues including not only the police, but also the more “honorable” professional criminals of the city.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 84 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Drama
Awards: Won the Best British Film BAFTA Award 1951

Bodas de Sangre (Blood Wedding) (Flamenco Trilogy Part 1) (dir. Carlos Saura, 1981, France)
Starring: Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos, Juan Antonio Jiménez
Synopsis: Saura’s depiction of choreographer Antonio Gades’s ballet adaptation of Federico García Lorca’s play.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Running Time: 67 min
Original Language: Spanish
Genre: Drama, Music, Dance
Awards: Nominated for Best Feature at Chicago International Film Festival 1981; Won Special Prize of the Jury at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 1982

Britannia Hospital (dir. Lindsay Anderson, 1982, UK)
Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Graham Crowden, Leonard Rossiter, Brian Pettifer
Synopsis: A smooth opening of the new wing of Britannia Hospital seems unlikely. Not only is Her Royal Highness attending, but also there are crowds of protestors speaking out against a VIP patient who is also an African dictator, a labor strike, the strange head of the new wing doing strange things, and the journalist investigating him for sinister medical experimentation.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 116 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Dark Comedy

Les bronzés (French Fried Vacation) (dir. Patrice Leconte, 1978, France)
Starring: Josiane Balasko, Luis Rego, Marie-Anne Chazel
Cinematography by Jean-François Robin
Synopsis: A group of friends travel to a resort in the Ivory Coast.
Color
Running Time: 87 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Comedy

Buffet Froid (dir. Bertrand Blier, 1979, France)
Starring: Gérard Depardieu, Carole Bouquet, Bernard Blier
Written by Bertrand Blier
Music by Philippe Sarde
Synopsis: Alphonse Tram (Gérard Depardieu) tries to get rid of his knife only to find it stuck in a dead body later that night. After reporting it to Inspector Morvandieu (Bernard Blier), the two end up in a series of bizarre events that they hope will lead them to the murderer they seek.
Color
Running Time: 89 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Comedy
Awards: 4 César nominations with 1 win 1980 (Best Screenplay: Bertrand Blier)

Calmos (dir. Bertrand Blier, 1976, France)
Starring: Jean-Pierre Marielle, Jean Rochefort, Bernard Blier, Brigitte Fossey
Written by Bertrand Blier and Philippe Dumarçay
Music by Georges Delerue
Cinematography by Claude Renoir
Synopsis: Two men attempt to escape from the demands of the women in their lives, but keep getting drawn back in to the battle of the sexes.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 97 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Comedy

Camille Claudel (dir. Bruno Nuytten, 1988, France)
Starring: Gérard Depardieu, Isabelle Adjani
Written by Bruno Nuytten and Marilyn Goldin
Cinematography by Pierre Lhomme
Synopsis: A biographical look at the life of French sculptor Camille Claudel played by Isabelle Adjani, her long relationship with Auguste Rodin (Gérard Depardieu), and the many tensions contributing to Claudel’s increasing emotional instability.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 175 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Biography, History, Drama
Awards: 2 Oscar nominations (Best Actress: Isabelle Adjani, Best Foreign Language Film 1990); 2 nominations at Berlin International Film Festival with one win (Silver Bear, Best Actress: Isabelle Adjani; Nominated for Golden Bear 1989); 12 César Award nominations with 6 wins (Best Actress: Isabelle Adjani, Best Cinematography: Pierre Lhomme, Best Costume Design: Dominique Borg, Best Film: Bruno Nuytten, Best Music: Gabriel Yared, Best Production Design: Bernard Vézat); Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Golden Globe 1990; National Board of Review USA NBR Award for Top Foreign Films

Carmen (Flamenco Trilogy Part 2) (dir. Carlos Saura, 1983, Spain)
Starring: Antonio Gades, Laura del Sol, Paco de Lucía
Synopsis: The lives of a flamenco dancer, Carmen (Laura del Sol), and a choreographer, Antonio (Antonio Gades), begin to blend with the story of Carmen, the opera that they are adapting to the stage through dance.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 102 min
Original Language: Spanish
Genre: Drama, Music, Dance
Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar 1984; 4 BAFTA nominations with one win 1985 (Best Foreign Language Film); 3 Cannes Film Festival nominations with 2 wins 1983 (Best Artistic Contribution: Carlos Saura, Technical Grand Prize: Carlos Saura; Nominations: Palme d’Or); Nominated for Best Foreign Film César Award; Nominated for Best Foreign Film Golden Globe

Carnal Knowledge (dir. Mike Nichols, 1971, US) – Future reissue

César et Rosalie (dir. Claude Sautet, 1972, France)
Starring: Yves Montand, Romy Schneider, Sami Frey
Written by Jean-Loup Dabadie, Claude Sautet, and Claude Néron
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Jean Boffety
Synopsis: Torn between her husband César (Yves Montand), and an old flame, David (Sami Frey), Rosalie (Romy Schneider) negotiates one’s steady commitment and the other’s passionate personality.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 110 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama

Le Chat (dir. Pierre Granier-Deferre, 1971, France)
Starring: Jean Gabin, Simone Signoret, Annie Cordy
Written by Pierre Granier-Deferre
Music by Philippe Sarde
Synopsis: After twenty years of marriage and living together in a soon-to-be-demolished house, Julien (Jean Gabin) and Clemence (Simone Signoret) displace their emotions and mutual frustrations onto their cat.
Color
Running Time: 86 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: 3 Berlin International Film Festival nominations with 2 wins (Silver Bear – Best Actor: Jean Gabin, Best Actress: Simone Signoret; Nominated for Golden Bear 1971)

Christine (dir. Pierre Gaspard-Huit, 1958, France)
Starring: Romy Schneider, Alain Delon, Jean-Claude Brialy
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Christian Matras
Editing by Louisette Hautecoeur
Synopsis: In 1906 Vienna, Franz (Alain Delon) falls in love with Christine (Romy Schneider), but not before developing a relationship with a Baroness and earning the ire of her husband.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 109 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, Romance

The Clockmaker of St. Paul (L’horloger de Saint-Paul) (dir. Bertrand Tavernier, 1974, France)
Starring: Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort, Jacques Denis
Synopsis: When clockmaker Michel Descombes’ (Philippe Noiret) son Bernard is accused of murder, he realizes exactly how little he knows about him while at the same time having trouble blaming him for the crime.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 105 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama
Awards: Prix Louis Delluc 1973; Special Jury Prize Silver Bear at Berlin International Film Festival 1974; National Board of Review USA Award – Top Foreign Films 1976

Conversations with My Gardener (Dialogue avec mon jardinier) (dir. Jean Becker, 2007, France)
Starring: Daniel Auteuil, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Fanny Cottençon
Synopsis: A successful artist (Daniel Auteuil) on the verge of divorce returns to his childhood home. The gardener he hires (Jean-Pierre Darroussin) happens to be an old school friend and they reconnect through a series of conversations.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 109 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Awards: César nomination for Best Actor: Jean-Pierre Darroussin 2008

Le Corbeau (The Raven) (dir. Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1943, France)
Starring: Pierre Fresnay, Ginette Leclerc, Micheline Francey
Written by Henri-Georges Clouzot
Synopsis: Anonymous “poison pen” letters begin appearing in a small French town, laying bare the darkest secrets of the inhabitants. The author of the letters signs them “Le Corbeau,” or “The Raven,” and seems particularly interested in Dr. Germain (Pierre Fresnay). The mystery slowly consumes the town as they anxiously lash out for someone to blame.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 92 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery

Le Crabe-Tambour (The Drummer Crab) (dir. Pierre Schoendoerffer, 1977, France)
Starring: Jean Rochefort, Claude Rich, Jacques Perrin
Written by Jean-François Chauvel and Pierre Schoendoerffer
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Raoul Coutard
Synopsis: A legend among naval men both military and commercial, “Le crabe-tambour” proved himself in multiple wars only to be betrayed by his fellow officers and discharged from military service. One of those friends seeks the exiled hero later in life.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 120 min
Original Language: French
Genre: War, Adventure, Drama
Awards: 6 César nominations with 3 wins (Best Actor: Jean Rochefort, Best Cinematography: Raoul Coutard, Best Supporting Actor: Jacques Dufilho)

Crash of Silence (Mandy) (dir. Alexander Mackendrick, 1952, UK)
Starring: Phyllis Calvert, Jack Hawkins, Terence Morgan, Mandy Miller, Dorothy Alison
Written by Nigel Balchin and Jack Whittingham
Music by William Alwyn
Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: Mandy (Mandy Miller) was born deaf and hasn’t spoken a word in her short life. Her parents hire a special teacher to help her learn to speak.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 93 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama
Awards: 6 BAFTA nominations 1953 (Best British Actor: Jack Hawkins, Best British Actress: Phyllis Calvert, Best British Film, Best Film from any Source, Most Promising Newcomer to Film: Dorothy Alison, Most Promising Newcomer to Film: Mandy Miller); Golden Lion nomination and winner of Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival 1952

Le Crime de Monsieur Lange (dir. Jean Renoir, 1936, France) – Future reissue

Crimes of the Heart (dir. Bruce Beresford, 1986, US)
Starring: Diane Keaton, Jessica Lange, Sissy Spacek
Cinematography by Dante Spinotti
Synopsis: Three sisters reunite after one of them shoots her abusive husband. The reunion stirs up old resentments and tensions while at the same time it is a cause for celebration.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 105 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Awards: 3 Oscar nominations (Best Actress in a Leading Role: Sissy Spacek, Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Tess Harper, Best Adapted Screenplay: Beth Henley); 2 Golden Globe nominations with one win (Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy/Musical: Sissy Spacek; Nomination – Best Motion Picture Comedy/Musical); New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress: Sissy Spacek

Cry the Beloved Country (dir. Zoltan Korda, 1952, UK)
Starring: Canada Lee, Charles Carson, Sydney Poitier
Written by Alan Paton
Synopsis: A South African priest (Canada Lee) journeys to the city to find his sister and his son, accompanied by a younger priest (Sydney Poitier). He finds that his sister has become a prostitute and that his son is missing and involved in the murder of a white man.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 103 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama
Awards: 2 BAFTA nominations with one win 1953 (UN Award; Nomination – Best British Film/Best Film from any Source); Bronze Bear at Berlin International Film Festival 1952

Darling (dir. John Schlesinger, 1965, UK) – Future reissue

The Day the Earth Caught Fire (dir. Val Guest, 1961, UK)
Starring: Edward Judd, Janet Munro, Leo McKern
Written by Wolf Mankowitz
Cinematography by Harry Waxman
Synopsis: When the USA and the Soviet Union simultaneously perform nuclear weapons tests, the Earth is knocked off its orbit and slides closer to the sun. Peter Stenning (Edward Judd), a down-on-his-luck British newspaperman, breaks the story and, together with a few friends, attempts to cover the consequences of the disaster.
Black and White (with tinted sequences)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 98 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Science-fiction, Drama, Romance
Awards: BAFTA for Best British Screenplay: Wolf Mankowitz and Val Guest 1962

Dead of Night (dir. Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer, 1945, UK)
Starring: Michael Redgrave, Googie Withers, Mervyn Johns
Written by Angus MacPhail, John Baines, T.E.B. Clarke
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Stanley Pavey and Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: Architect Walter Craig (Mervyn Johns) attends a party at a country house only to discover that he has met the attendees in his nightmares. The film is comprised of six episodes within the greater frame story, each telling of supernatural or macabre events in each of the attendees’ pasts.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 103 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Anthology

Delicatessen (dir. Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1991, France)
Starring: Marie-Laure Dougnac, Dominique Pinon, Pascal Benezec
Written by Gilles Adrien, Marc Caro, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Cinematography by Darius Khondji
Synopsis: Unemployed circus clown Louison (Dominique Pinon) applies for a job as a handyman at an apartment building in post-apocalyptic France, unaware that the ad is meant to lure people to slaughter. The butcher/landlord Clapet (Jean-Claude Dreyfus) provides human meat for his tenants. When Louison and Julie (Marie-Laure Dougnac), the butcher’s daughter, fall in love, it takes all their wits to escape the k
nife.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 99 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Science-fiction
Awards: BAFTA nomination for Best Film not in the English Language 1993; 10 César nominations with 4 wins 1992 (Best Editing: Hervé Schneid, Best First Work: Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Best Production Design: Jean-Philippe Carp and Mijjen Kreka Kljakovic, Best Screenplay: Gilles Adrien, Marc Caro, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet)

Le Dernier Tournant (dir. Pierre Chenal, 1939, France)
Starring: Fernand Gravey, Michel Simon, Marcel Vallée, Corrine Luchaire
Written by Charles Spaak and Henri Torrès
Based on the novel “The Postman Always Rings Twice” by James M. Cain
Music by Jean Wiener
Cinematography by Christian Matras and Claude Renoir
Synopsis: Frank (Fernand Gravey) and Cora (Corinne Luchaire) fall into a passionate love affair, leading them to murder Cora’s husband Nick (Michel Simon).
B&W
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 90 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama

Détective (dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1985, France/Switzerland)
Starring: Laurent Terzieff, Nathalie Baye, Claude Brasseur, Johnny Hallyday, Jean-Pierre Léaud
Synopsis: In a Parisian hotel, William Prospero (Laurent Terzieff) attempts to close a murder case that he failed to solve two years earlier with the help of Inspector Neveu (Jean-Pierre Léaud).
Color
Running Time: 95 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Comedy, Drama

Don’t Drink the Water (dir. Howard Morris, 1969, US)
Starring: Jackie Gleason, Estelle Parsons, Ted Bessell
Written by Woody Allen
Synopsis: The Hollander family’s vacation is hijacked and taken to the country of Vulgaria, on the wrong side of the Iron Curtain. The family is accused of spying and flees to the nearby U.S. embassy, where the ambassador’s bumbling son attempts to protect them.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 100 min
Original Language: English
Drama: Comedy

The Doors (dir. Oliver Stone, 1991, US)
Starring: Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, Kyle MacLachlan
Cinematography by Robert Richardson
Film Editing by David Brenner and Joe Hutshing
Synopsis: A biographical look at The Doors’ Jim Morrison and his struggles with drugs, alcohol, and the pressures of fame.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 140 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, Biography, Music

Dov’è La Libertà? (dir. Roberto Rossellini, 1964, Italy)
Starring: Totò, Vera Molnar, Nyta Dover
Synopsis: Salvatore (Totò) spent 22 years in prison, straight through World War II, and is having trouble adjusting to life on the outside.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 93 min
Original Language: Italian
Genre: Comedy, Drama

El Amor Brujo (Flamenco Trilogy Part 3) (dir. Carlos Saura, 1986, Spain)
Starring: Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos, Laura del Sol, Juan Antonio Jiménez
Synopsis: Candela (Cristina Hoyos) and José (Juan Antonio Jiménez) are forced into an arranged marriage even though they both love other people. When José is murdered while defending Lucía (Laura del Sol), the woman he loves, Carmelo (Antonio Gades), who loves Candela, is convicted of the crime and sent to prison. With José gone, Candela and Carmelo can be together upon his release, but José’s ghost haunts her, coming each night to dance with her. Only when she exorcises the spirit will she be able to love again.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 100 min
Original Language: Spanish
Genre: Music, Drama, Dance

Elstree Calling (dir. André Charlot, Jack Hulbert, Paul Murray, Alfred Hitchcock, 1930, UK)
Starring: Gordon Begg, Teddy Brown, Helen Burnell
Synopsis: Presented as a series of nineteen musical and comedy sketches, Elstree Calling features the work of four directors. Some of the scenes are presented in a color-tinted format.
Color and B&W
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 86 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Musical

Emmanuelle (dir. Just Jaeckin, 1974, France) – Future reissue

Entertaining Mr. Sloane (dir. Douglas Hickox, 1970, UK)
Starring: Beryl Reid, Harry Andrews, Peter McEnery
Written by Clive Exton
Synopsis: Kath (Beryl Reid) and Ed (Harry Andrews), a brother and sister living with their elderly father, come upon a young drifter, Sloane (Peter McEnery), sunbathing on a tombstone. They hire him as their chauffeur and a series of seductions, murders, and blackmails ensue.
Color
Running Time: 94 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Dark Comedy

L’équipier (The Light) (dir. Philippe Lioret, 2004, France)
Starring: Sandrine Bonnaire, Philippe Torreton, Grégori Derangère, Émilie Dequenne
Music by Nicola Piovani
Cinematography by Patrick Blossier
Synopsis: When Camille returns to sell her deceased mother’s house, she discovers the diary of a lighthouse operator who lived there in the 1960s.
Color
Running Time: 105 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, Romance
Awards: 3 César nominations 2005 (Best Actor: Philippe Torreton, Best Music Written for a Film: Nicola Piovani, Best Supporting Actress: Émilie Dequenne)

Une femme à sa fenêtre (A Woman at Her Window) (dir. Pierre Granier-Deferre, 1976, France)
Starring: Romy Schneider, Philippe Noiret, Victor Lanoux
Written by Jorge Semprún and Pierre Granier-Deferre
Cinematography by Aldo Tonti
Synopsis: Margot (Romy Schneider) carries on an unexciting affair with a Greek aristocrat and her life changes when she unexpectedly falls for a political activist.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 110 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: 2 César nominations 1977 (Best Actress: Romy Schneider, Best Editing: Jean Ravel)

La Fille de l’Eau (Whirlpool of Fate) (dir. Jean Renoir, 1925, France)
Starring: Catherine Hessling, Charlotte Clasis, Pierre Champagne
Cinematography by Jean Bachelet and Alphonse Gibory
Synopsis: A young woman (Catherine Hessling) runs into a series of difficulties after the death of her father and her uncle’s malfeasance.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Running Time: 71 min
Original Language: French (intertitles)
Genre: Drama, Romance

First Blood (dir. Ted Kotcheff, 1982, US)
Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Brian Dennehy, Richard Crenna
Written by Michael Kozoll, William Sackheim, and Sylvester Stallone
Music by Jerry Goldsmith
Cinematography by Andrew Laszlo
Synopsis: Former US Army Special Forces soldier and Vietnam veteran John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) wanders into a small town in the Pacific Northwest only to be harassed by the local sheriff (Brian Dennehy) and his deputies. When Rambo’s flashbacks and emotional trauma take hold, he begins a one-man war against the police.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 93 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama

The Fog (dir. John Carpenter, 1980, US) – Future reissue

Forbidden Games (Jeux Interdits) (dir. René Clément, 1952, France) – Future reissue

Happiness is in the Field (Le bonheur est dans le pré) (dir. Étienne Chatiliez, 1995, France)
Starring: Michel Serrault, Eddy Mitchell, Sabine Azéma
Synopsis: Francis (Michel Serrault) mostly hates his life. While watching a reality TV show about lost family members, a family is looking for their husband and father who happens to be a dead ringer for Francis. Could Francis escape his current life and take the place of this other, missing man?
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 106 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Comedy
Awards: 6 César nominations with 1 win 1996 (Best Supporting Actor: Eddy Mitchell)

The Heart of the Matter (dir. George More O'Ferrall, 1953, UK)
Starring: Trevor Howard, Elizabeth Allan, Maria Schell, Peter Finch
Based on the novel by Graham Greene
Synopsis: Scobie (Trevor Howard), a policeman in Sierra Leone, is unfaithful to his wife Louise (Elizabeth Allan) with Helen (Maria Schell) and is wracked with guilt for the misstep.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 105 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama
Awards: 4 BAFTA nominations 1954 (Best British Actor: Trevor Howard, Best British Film, Best Film from any Source, Best Foreign Actress: Maria Schell); National Board of Review USA NBR award Top Foreign Films 1954

Hélas Pour Moi (Oh, Woe is Me) (dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1993, France/Switzerland)
Starring: Gérard Depardieu, Laurence Masliah, Bernard Verley
Synopsis: A publisher (Bernard Verley) investigates the tale of the divine possession of a local man (Gérard Depardieu) in a small Swiss town.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Running Time: 95 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Comedy, Drama

The Howling (dir. Joe Dante, 1981, US)
Starring: Dee Wallace, Patrick Macnee, Kevin McCarthy, John Carradine, Slim Pickens
Synopsis: Karen White (Dee Wallace), a LA news anchor with a serial killer for a stalker, leads the man into a trap where the police are able to kill him. In order to recover from the traumatic event, she and her husband are sent to “The Colony,” a country resort where their marriage is tested by the fact that there are vicious werewolves everywhere.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 91 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Horror
Awards: 3 Saturn Award nominations with one win (Best Horror Film)

Hue and Cry (dir. Charles Crichton, 1947, UK)
Starring: Alastair Sim, Harry Fowler, Douglas Barr, Jack Warner
Written by T.E.B. Clarke
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: A gang of young boys led by Joe (Harry Fowler) discovers that a group of professional criminals is coordinating their enterprise through the pages of a popular comic book serial. When the police don’t believe them, the boys take matters into their own hands.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 82 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Adventure, Crime, Comedy

I’m All Right Jack (dir. John Boulting, 1959, UK)
Starring: Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Margaret Rutherford
Cinematography by Mutz Greenbaum
Film Editing by Anthony Harvey
Synopsis: Stanley Windrush (Ian Carmichael) needs a job. His uncle persuades him to take a position at one of his missile factories, mostly as a way to rile the shop’s union leader. The various interests of the capitalist bosses and unionized workers clash and center around Windrush, who does everything he can to get out of the mess in one piece.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 105 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy
Awards: 3 BAFTA nominations with 2 wins (Best British Actor: Peter Sellers, Best British Screenplay: Frank Harvey, John Boulting, Alan Hackney); National Board of Review USA NBR award Top Foreign Films 1960

Je t’aime, moi non plus (I Love You, I Don’t) (dir. Serge Gainsbourg, 1976, France)
Starring: Jane Birkin, Joe Dallesandro, Hugues Quester, Gérard Depardieu
Written by Serge Gainsbourg
Music by Serge Gainsbourg
Synopsis: Johnny (Jane Birkin), a boyish-looking girl pining for love, develops a crush on Krassky (Joe Dallesandro). Even though he is attracted to men, Krassky starts a relationship with Johnny, causing tension between him and his boyfriend, Pardovan (Hugues Quester).
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 89 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: 2 César nominations 1977 (Best Music: Serge Gainsbourg, Best Sound: Antoine Bonfanti)

Le Jour Se Lève (Daybreak) (dir. Marcel Carné, 1939, France) – Future reissue

Le Juge et l’Assassin (The Judge and the Assassin) (dir. Bertrand Tavernier, 1976, France)
Starring: Philippe Noiret, Michel Galabru, Isabelle Huppert
Written by Jean Aurenche, Pierre Bost, and Bertrand Tavernier
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Pierre-William Glenn
Synopsis: A judge (Philippe Noiret) comes to know a convicted child killer (Michel Galabru) and, through their conversations, each learns to better understand themselves and their apparent opposite.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 128 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama, History
Awards: 6 César nominations with 3 wins 1977 (Best Actor: Michel Galabru, Best Music: Philippe Sarde, Best Screenplay: Jean Aurenche and Bertrand Tavernier)

Kind Hearts and Coronets (dir. Robert Hamer, 1949, UK) – Future reissue

The Ladykillers (dir. Alexander Mackendrick, 1955, UK) – Future reissue

Last Holiday (dir. Henry Cass, 1950, UK)
Starring: Alec Guinness, Beatrice Campbell, Kay Walsh
Synopsis: George Bird (Alec Guinness), a lonely farm equipment salesman, is diagnosed with a terminal illness and takes the “opportunity” to cash out his life savings and live a grand life for the first time. At a lavish resort, he makes new friends, falls in love, and is offered lucrative business opportunities, but recognizes the irony of his good fortune.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 88 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance

Laughter in Paradise (dir. Mario Zampi, 1951, UK)
Starring: Alastair Sim, Fay Compton, Guy Middleton
Synopsis: Henry Russell, a wealthy practical joker, dies, leaving four relatives vast sums of money. But they can only claim the money once they complete a task completely against their normal behavior.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 93 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy

The Lavender Hill Mob (dir. Charles Crichton, 1951, UK)
Starring: Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway, Sid James
Written by T.E.B. Clarke
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: Holland (Alec Guinness) has worked as a bank clerk in charge of gold bullion deliveries for most of his career. When he meets Pendlebury (Stanley Holloway), an artist and souvenir-maker, they hatch the “perfect” plan to steal some gold and retire in style.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 81 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Awards: 2 Oscar nominations with one win 1953 (Best Writing, Story and Screenplay: T.E.B. Clarke; Nomination – Best Actor in a Leading Role: Alec Guinness); 2 BAFTA nominations with one win 1952 (Best British Film)

Liebelei (dir. Max Ophüls, 1933, Germany/France)
Starring: Gustaf Gründgens, Olga Tschechowa, Wolfgang Liebeneiner, Magda Schneider
Cinematography by Franz Planer
Synopsis: When Lieutenant Fritz Lobheimer (Wolfgang Liebeneiner) breaks off his affair with Baroness von Eggersdorff (Olga Tschechowa) because he has fallen in love with Christine (Magda Schneider), a series of suspicions and jealousies lead to tragedy.
B&W
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 88 min
Original Language: German
Genre: Drama, Romance

Let’s Spend the Night Together (dir. Hal Ashby, 1982, US)
Starring: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts
Cinematography by Caleb Deschanel and Gerald Feil
Synopsis: A live concert film documenting The Rolling Stones’ 1981 North American tour.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 95 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Documentary, Music
Awards: Grammy nomination for Best Video Album 1984

The Lion in Winter (dir. Anthony Harvey, 1968, UK)
Starring: Peter O'Toole, Katharine Hepburn, Anthony Hopkins
Written by James Goldman
Music by John Barry
Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: King Henry II (Peter O’Toole) is faced with competing political and familial allegiances and betrayals as he attempts to sort out who will ascend to the throne upon his death. Among the cast of characters are Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine (Katharine Hepburn), Richard the Lionheart (Anthony Hopkins), and King Philip II (Timothy Dalton), all jockeying for position in 12th century Europe.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 134 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, History, Romance
Awards: 7 Oscar nominations with 3 wins 1969 (Best Actress in a Leading Role: Katharine Hepburn [tied with Barbra Streisand for ‘Funny Girl’], Best Music, Original Score for a Motion Picture: John Barry, Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium: James Goldman); 8 BAFTA nominations with 2 wins 1969; 7 Golden Globe nominations with 2 wins 1969; National Board of Review USA Top Ten Films Award 1969

spacerLucky Jim (dir. John Boulting, 1957, UK)
Starring: Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Hugh Griffith
Written by Patrick Campbell and Jeffrey Dell
Based on the novel by Kingsley Amis
Cinematography by Mutz Greenbaum
Synopsis: Jim Dixon (Ian Carmichael) maintains a lonely, academic lifestyle, constantly putting up with his boss’s demands and wishing for something more. When the Welch family gathers, he meets the woman of his dreams, but she is with his boss’s unpleasant son.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 95 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy

Lucky Luciano (dir. Francesco Rosi, 1973, US/France/Italy) – Future reissue

Ma Saison Préférée (My Favorite Season) (dir. André Téchiné, 1993, France)
Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Daniel Auteuil, Marthe Villalonga
Written by André Téchiné and Pascal Bonitzer
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Thierry Arbogast
Synopsis: Siblings Émilie (Catherine Deneuve) and Antoine (Daniel Auteuil) struggle to repair their relationship as their mother, Berthe (Marthe Villalonga), approaches death.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 127 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: 7 César nominations 1994 (Best Actor: Daniel Auteuil, Best Actress: Catherine Deneuve, Best Director: André Téchiné, Best Film, Best Screenplay: Pascal Bonitzer and André Téchiné, Best Supporting Actress: Marthe Villalonga, Most Promising Actress: Chiara Mastroianni)

Mad Monster Party? (dir. Jules Bass, 1967, US)
Starring: Boris Karloff, Allen Swift, Gale Garnett, Phyllis Diller
Music by Maury Laws
Synopsis: Baron Boris von Frankenstein (Boris Karloff) decides to announce his retirement at a convention of monsters including the Werewolf, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde, and others, leaving his business to his incompetent nephew, Felix. But Frankenstein soon realizes that he must keep his newest discovery, the secret of total destruction, out of the wrong hands.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 94 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family

The Magic Box (dir. John Boulting, 1951, UK)
Starring: Robert Donat, Maria Schell, Margaret Johnston, Richard Attenborough
Written by Eric Ambler
Music by William Alwyn
Cinematography by Jack Cardiff
Synopsis: A biographical drama about William Friese-Greene (Robert Donat), a pioneer in the field of cinematic photography.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 118 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Biography, Drama
Awards: 2 BAFTA nominations 1952 (Best British Film, Best Film from any Source)

Mandabi (dir. Ousmane Sembene, 1968, France/Senegal)
Starring: Makhouredia Gueye, Ynousse N'Diaye, Isseu Niang
Synopsis: Ibrahim (Makhouredia Gueye), an unemployed Senegalese man, attempts to cash a money order from his nephew who is working in France, but runs into complications with the government bureaucracy.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Running Time: 90 min
Original Language: French, Wolof
Genre: Drama

Manhunter (dir. Michael Mann, 1986, US)
Starring: William Petersen, Dennis Farina, Kim Greist, Joan Allen, Brian Cox
Synopsis: Based on “Red Dragon,” the first novel featuring Hannibal Lecter, Will Graham, a former FBI profiler, is cajoled out of retirement to help an old colleague track down a serial killer called “The Tooth Fairy.” The question is: can they find the man in time to end his killing spree?
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 119 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Mystery, Thriller

The Manitou (dir. William Girdler, 1978, Canada/US)
Starring: Tony Curtis, Susan Strasberg, Michael Ansara
Written by William Girdler, Jon Cedar, and Thomas Pope
Music by Lalo Schifrin
Synopsis: Karen (Susan Strasberg) has a tumor on her neck that doesn’t seem normal. As it turns out, the tumor contains the living body of a Native American shaman attempting to reincarnate himself through her in order to take revenge for the extermination of his people.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 104 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Horror

Maximum Overdrive (dir. Stephen King, 1986, US)
Starring: Emilio Estevez, Pat Hingle, Laura Harrington
Written by Stephen King
Music by AC/DC
Edited by Evan A. Lottman
Synopsis: After Earth passes through the tail of a rogue comet, machines come alive and start killing humans. A group of people band together to escape the carnage and survive.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 97 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Action, Horror, Science-fiction

Un Mauvais Fils (A Bad Son) (dir. Claude Sautet, 1980, France)
Starring: Patrick Dewaere, Brigitte Fossey, Jacques Dufilho, Claire Maurier
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Jean Boffety
Synopsis: When Bruno (Patrick Dewaere) is released from prison, he hopes to put his life back together.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 110 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: 6 César nominations with 1 win 1981 (Best Supporting Actor: Jacques Dufilho)

Mayerling (dir. Anatole Litvak, 1936, France)
Starring: Charles Boyer, Danielle Darrieux, Marthe Régnier
Synopsis: When Rudolf (Charles Boyer), the Prince of Austria trapped in a loveless marriage, meets Marie (Danielle Darrieux) and enters into an ill-fated relationship with the young woman, they face the wrath of society and their families.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 96 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, Romance
Awards: National Board of Review USA Top Foreign Films award 1937

Monsieur Vincent (dir. Maurice Cloche, 1947, France)
Starring: Pierre Fresnay, Aimé Clariond, Jean Debucort
Synopsis: While Black Death rampages through Europe, Vincent de Paul (Pierre Fresnay) works to help the poor face their many problems.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 111 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, Biography, History
Awards: Honorary Oscar 1949 (Best Foreign Language Film of 1948), BAFTA nomination for Best Film from any Source 1949, Golden Globe nomination for Best Film Promoting International Understanding 1950, Won Volpi Cup for Best Actor: Pierre Fresnay at the Venice Film Festival 1947

Murder! (dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1930, UK)
Starring: Herbert Marshall, Norah Baring, Phyllis Konstam
Written by Alfred Hitchcock and Walter C. Mycroft
Cinematography by Jack E. Cox
Synopsis: Diana Baring (Norah Baring) is accused of a murder and sentenced to death. Sir John Menier (Herbert Marshall), a trained actor, doubts that she committed the murder and uses his skills to track down the real assailant.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.20:1
Running Time: 104 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Mystery, Thriller

Nelly et M. Arnaud (dir. Claude Sautet, 1995, France/Italy/Germany)
Starring: Emmanuelle Béart, Michel Serrault, Jean-Hugues Anglade
Written by Jacques Fieschi, Claude Sautet, and Yves Ulmann
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Jean-François Robin
Synopsis: Nelly (Emmanuelle Béart) lives with her deadbeat husband, in debt and without much hope. A chance encounter with Pierre Arnaud (Michel Serrault) allows her to extricate herself from her husband and learn more about the generous and fascinating Arnaud.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 106 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: 11 César nominations with 2 wins 1996 (Best Actor: Michel Serrault, Best Director: Claude Sautet); BAFTA nomination for Best Film not in the English Language 1997; Prix Louis Delluc: Claude Sautet 1995

Nicholas Nickleby (dir. Alberto Cavalcanti, 1947, UK)
Starring: Derek Bond, Cedric Hardwicke, Mary Merrall, Sally Ann Howes
Written by John Dighton
Cinematography by Gordon Dines
Synopsis: When Nicholas Nickleby’s (Derek Bond) father dies, leaving him and his family nothing, he moves with his mother and sister to London to ask for help from their wealthy, but ultimately heartless, uncle Ralph (Cedric Hardwicke). Nicholas must fight against the various forces arrayed against him to secure his position, and those of his family and friends, in the world.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 108 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama

Night Boat to Dublin (dir. Lawrence Huntington, 1946, UK)
Starring: Robert Newton, Raymond Lovell, Guy Middleton
Synopsis: The British government attempts to stop a Swedish atomic scientist from accidentally passing information to Germany during World War II.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 100 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Thriller

Number Seventeen (dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1932, UK)
Starring: Leon M. Lion, Anne Grey, John Stuart
Written by Alfred Hitchcock, Alma Reville, and Rodney Ackland
Music by Adolph Hallis
Cinematography by Jack E. Cox and Bryan Langley
Synopsis: Detective Ben Gilbert (Leon M. Lion) is on the case of a stolen diamond necklace and is roped into a series of twists and turns as he attempts to recover the item.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 63 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Mystery, Thriller

The Onion Field (dir. Harold Becker, 1979, US)
Starring: John Savage, James Woods, Franklyn Seales, Ted Danson
Synopsis: Based on the true crime novel of the same title, The Onion Field tells the story of two LAPD detectives who are kidnapped by two criminals and the aftermath of the event. Karl Hettinger (John Savage), who escaped while his partner was murdered, has to deal with the guilt of his survival as the two criminals game the justice system.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 122 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Drama
Awards: Nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actor – Drama: James Woods 1980

The Passionate Thief (Risate di Gioia) (dir. Mario Monicelli, 1960, Italy)
Starring: Anna Magnani, Totò, Ben Gazzara
Music by Lelio Luttazzi
Synopsis: Actress Tortorella (Anna Magnani) doesn’t have anything to do on New Year’s Eve so she joins up with Infortunio (Totò), another actor, and Lello (Ben Gazzara), a professional pickpocket, as they steal their way through various parties without Tortorella’s knowledge.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 106 min
Original Language: Italian
Genre: Comedy

Pathfinder (Ofelas) (dir. Nils Gaup, 1987, Norway)
Starring: Mikkel Gaup, Ingvald Guttorm, Nils Utsi
Written by Nils Gaup
Music by Lelio Luttazzi
Synopsis: Around the year 1000, Aigin (Mikkel Gaup), a teenager of the Sami people in northern Scandinavia, witnesses his family murdered by a warlike people invading Sami territory. The invaders eventually force Aigin to guide them to other Sami settlements, while he quietly plots his revenge.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 86 min
Original Language: Saami
Genre: Drama, Action/Adventure
Awards: Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film 1988

La Piscine (The Swimming Pool) (dir. Jacques Deray, 1969, France) – Future reissue

Pool of London (dir. Basil Dearden, 1951, UK)
Starring: Bonar Colleano, Earl Cameron, Susan Shaw
Written by John Eldridge and Jack Whittingham
Music by John Addison
Cinematography by Gordon Dines
Synopsis: The crew of a merchant ship becomes involved in smuggling and theft in post-war London and face the moral dilemma of their actions.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 85 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Drama

Prénom Carmen (First Name: Carmen) (dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1983, France)
Starring: Maruschka Detmers, Jacques Bonnaffé, Myriem Roussel
Written by Anne-Marie Miéville
Cinematography by Raoul Coutard and Jean-Bernard Menoud
Synopsis: Carmen X (Maruschka Detmers) is a member of a terrorist gang who convinces her has-been film director uncle (played by Godard) to let him and her friend borrow his beach house where they secretly plan a bank robbery. Carmen falls in love with the security guard at the bank and attempts to make her escape.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 85 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama
Awards: Venice Golden Lion and Special Prize for Best Technical Achievement: Raoul Coutard, François Musy 1983

La princesse de Clèves (dir. Jean Delannoy, 1961, France/Italy)
Starring: Jean Marais, Marina Vlady, Jean-François Poron
Written by Jean Cocteau
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Henri Alekan
Synopsis: Tangled in court intrigue and forbidden romance, the young Princesse de Clèves (Marina Vlady) is constantly in turmoil over her marriage and her emotional connection with another man.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 101 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, History, Romance

The Proud Valley (dir. Pen Tennyson, 1940, UK)
Starring: Paul Robeson, Edward Chapman, Simon Lack
Synopsis: African-American David Goliath (Paul Robeson) gets a job in a Welsh mining community, joins a male vocal chorus, and earns the respect of the people with his abilities.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 76 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, Music

The Queen of Spades (dir. Thorold Dickinson, 1949, UK)
Starring: Anton Walbrook, Edith Evans, Yvonne Mitchell
Written by Rodney Ackland and Arthur Boys
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Otto Heller
Synopsis: After striking a deal with the Devil to always win at cards, the elderly countess Ranevskaya (Edith Evans) is murdered by Captain Herman Suvorin (Anton Walbrook) for her secret. Suvorin then gets something he didn’t bargain for.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 95 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, Horror
Awards: BAFTA nomination for Best British Film

Quelques Jours avec moi (A Few Days with Me) (dir. Claude Sautet, 1988, France)
Starring: Daniel Auteuil, Sandrine Bonnaire, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Dominique Lavanant
Written by Claude Sautet, Jacques Fieschi, and Jérôme Tonnerre
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Jean-François Robin
Synopsis: Recently discharged from a psychiatric institution, Martial (Daniel Auteuil) has trouble relating to others. His mother tasks him with revitalizing a failing grocery store. He does a terrible job, but meets and falls in love with Francine (Sandrine Bonnaire), the maid of the grocery store manager.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 131 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, Comedy, Romance
Awards: 3 César nominations 1989 (Best Actor: Daniel Auteuil, Best Supporting Actor: Jean-Pierre Marielle, Best Supporting Actress: Dominique Lavanant)

Rambling Rose (dir. Martha Coolidge, 1991, US)
Starring: Laura Dern, Robert Duvall, Diane Ladd, Lukas Haas
Written by Calder Willingham
Music by Elmer Bernstein
Synopsis: The Hillyer family welcomes Rose (Laura Dern) into their home and her breezy sexuality brings a spark of life to the Southern mansion as well as her 13-year-old admirer Buddy (Lukas Haas).
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 112 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama
Awards: 2 Oscar nominations (Best Actress in a Leading Role: Laura Dern, Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Diane Ladd); 2 Golden Globe Nominations (Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama: Laura Dern, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture: Diane Ladd)

Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (dir. George P. Cosmatos, 1985, US) – 30th anniversary release in 2015

Rambo III (dir. Peter MacDonald, 1988, US)
Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Marc de Jonge
Written by Sylvester Stallone and Sheldon Lettich
Music by Jerry Goldsmith
Cinematography by John Stanier
Synopsis: John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) refuses his mentor’s request to join him in Afghanistan. When Trautmen (Richard Crenna) is captured by the Soviets, however, Rambo sets out to rescue him assisted by an arms dealer, an Afghani child, and, ultimately, the Mujahideen rebels.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 102 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Action, Adventure, War

Raw Deal (dir. John Irvin, 1986, US)
Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kathryn Harrold, Darrin McGavin
Written by Gary DeVore and Norman Wexler
Synopsis: Discharged FBI agent Mark Kaminsky’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) old boss secretly drafts him to infiltrate an organized crime family and tear it down from the inside.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 106 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Action, Crime

La Religieuse (The Nun) (dir. Jacques Rivette, 1966, France)
Starring: Anna Karina, Liselotte Pulver, Micheline Presle
Written by Jean Guault and Jacques Rivette
Based on the novel by Denis Diderot
Cinematography by Alain Levent
Synopsis: Suzanne (Anna Karina) is forced into life as a nun by her mother and attempts to free herself from the Church, facing harsh punishment and suffering severe depression.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 135 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama

Rich and Strange (East of Shanghai) (dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1931, UK)
Starring: Henry Kendall, Joan Barry, Percy Marmont
Written by Alfred Hitchcock, Alma Reville, and Val Valentine
Music by Adolph Hallis
Cinematography by Jack E. Cox and Charles Martin
Synopsis: Fred (Henry Kendall) and Emily Hill (Joan Barry) unexpectedly receive an advance on an inheritance and decide to take a cruise to “the Orient,” their naïveté leading to disastrous consequences.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.20:1
Running Time: 92 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Thriller

Saraband for Dead Lovers (dir. Basil Dearden, 1948, UK)
Starring: Stewart Granger, Joan Greenwood, Flora Robson, Anthony Quayle, Michael Gough
Synopsis: The film recounts the ultimately doomed romance of Sophie Dorothea (Joan Greenwood), the wife of the future King of England, and Count Philip Konigsmark (Stewart Granger).
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
96 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Awards: Oscar nomination for Best Art Direction/Set Decoration, Color – Jim Morahan, William Kellner, Michael Relph 1950

Le Sauvage (dir. Jean-Paul Rappeneau, 1975, France) – Future reissue

The Secret People (dir. Thorold Dickinson, 1952, UK)
Starring: Valentina Cortese, Serge Reggiani, Charles Goldner, Audrey Hepburn
Written by Thorold Dickinson and Wolfgang Wilhelm
Cinematography by Gordon Dines
Synopsis: Maria (Valentina Cortese) becomes involved in an assassination plot that accidently kills an innocent bystander, causing her to work with the police to catch the conspirators. Audrey Hepburn co-stars as Nora, Maria’s ballet dancing sister.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 96 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Drama

Senso (dir. Luchino Visconti, 1954, Italy) – Future reissue

Série Noire (dir. Alain Corneau, 1979, France)
Starring: Patrick Dewaere, Myriam Boyer, Marie Trintignant, Bernard Blier
Written by Alain Corneau and Georges Perec
Cinematography by Pierre-William Glenn
Synopsis: A door-to-door salesman (Patrick Dewaere) attempts to escape his life and free a young woman forced into prostitution (Marie Trintignant) from hers.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 111 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama
Awards: 5 César nominations 1980 (Best Actor: Patrick Dewaere, Best Editing: Thierry Derocles, Best Screenplay: Alain Corneau and Georges Perec, Best Supporting Actor: Bernard Blier, Best Supporting Actress: Myriam Boyer)

Seven Days to Noon (dir. John Boulting, Roy Boulting, 1950, UK)
Starring: Barry Jones, Olive Sloane, Andre Morell
Written by Frank Harvey and Roy Boulting
Story by Paul Dehn and James Bernard
Music by John Addison
Cinematography by Gilbert Taylor
Synopsis: Professor Willingdon (Barry Jones) is threatening to set off an atomic bomb in downtown London if the British government does not publicly declare that they will not produce any more of the weapons. Willingdon’s daughter and his assistant join in the frantic search to stop the man from destroying the city.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 94 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Thriller, Drama
Awards: Oscar-winner for Best Writing, Motion Picture Story: Paul Dehn and James Bernard 1952; BAFTA nomination for Best British Film

The Skin Game (dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1931, UK)
Starring: Edmund Gwenn, Jill Esmond, C.V. France
Written by Alfred Hitchcock and Alma Reville
Cinematography by Jack E. Cox
Synopsis: A feud between the Hillcrists and the Hornblowers has tragic consequences for everyone involved.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.20:1
Running Time: 77 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama

The Small Back Room (dirs. Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1949, UK)
Starring: David Farrar, Kathleen Byron, Jack Hawkins, Michael Gough
Music by Brian Easdale
Synopsis: Alcoholic and depressed Sammy Rice (David Farrar) is disillusioned with the management of his military research division in the midst of WWII. His girlfriend Susan (Kathleen Byron) puts up with his self-destructive attitude for as long as she can before she leaves him. When the Nazis start dropping a new type of booby-trap explosive, Sammy has to get it together to use his expertise to save the lives of his countrymen.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 106 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, Romance, War
Awards: BAFTA nomination for Best British Film 1950

The Smallest Show on Earth (dir. Basil Dearden, 1957, UK)
Starring: Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers, Margaret Rutherford, Peter Sellers
Written by William Rose and John Eldridge
Music by William Alwyn
Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: Matt Spenser (Bill Travers) and his wife Jean (Virginia McKenna) unexpectedly inherit a movie theatre, the Bijou, from a recently deceased great-uncle. They hope to sell the property for a hefty sum, but instead find a decrepit building with three elderly employees. The owner of the nearby, and more successful, movie theatre offers to buy their theatre for a paltry sum, forcing the Spensers to bluff reopening the Bijou in hopes of driving up the price.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 80 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy
Awards: BAFTA nomination for Best British Screenplay: William Rose and John Eldridge 1958

The Sound Barrier (dir. David Lean, 1952, UK)
Starring: Ralph Richardson, Ann Todd, Nigel Patrick, Denholm Elliott
Written by Terence Rattigan
Music by Malcolm Arnold
Cinematography by Jack Hildyard
Synopsis: Test-piloting jet aircraft is a dangerous business, especially when the pilots are attempting to break the speed of sound. When Tony Garthwaite (Nigel Patrick) dies in this pursuit, his wife Susan (Ann Todd), the daughter of the owner of the aircraft company, faces the business-like attitude of her father in the wake of her husband’s untimely death.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 118 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama, Romance, War
Awards: 2 Oscar nominations with one win 1953 (Best Sound, Recording; Nomination – Best Writing: Terence Rattigan); 5 BAFTA nominations with 3 wins 1953 (Best British Actor: Ralph Richardson, Best British Film, Best Film from any Source); 4 National Board of Review USA awards (Best Actor: Ralph Richardson, Best Director: David Lean, Best Foreign Film, Top Foreign Films)

Sparrows Can’t Sing (dir. Joan Littlewood, 1963, UK)
Starring: James Booth, Barbara Windsor, Roy Kinnear
Written by Stephen Lewis and Joan Littlewood
Cinematography by Desmond Dickinson and Mutz Greenbaum
Synopsis: Cockney sailor Charlie (James Booth) returns from a voyage to find his house burned down and his wife living with another man. He goes on a tear through town looking for his wife and answers.
Black and White
Running Time: 94 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Awards: BAFTA nomination for Best British Actress: Barbara Windsor 1964

Stavisky (dir. Alain Resnais, 1974, France) – Future reissue

Swamp Thing (dir. Wes Craven, 1982, US)
Starring: Louis Jourdan, Adrienne Barbeau, Ray Wise
Written by Wes Craven
Based on the comic book by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson
Music by Harry Manfredini
Synopsis: Dr. Alec Holland (Ray Wise), working on a top-secret bioengineering project in the Louisiana swamps, discovers a method to create a plant/animal hybrid capable of surviving in exotic circumstances. When Dr. Anton Arcane (Louis Jourdan), an evil man bent on attaining immortality, attacks, Holland’s sister is killed and Holland himself is doused in the chemical compound that he has developed, turning him into a plant/human hybrid mutant. Holland then seeks revenge for his sister’s murder, attempts to protect a government agent (Adrienne Barbeau), and tries to stop Arcane from using his compound for nefarious purposes.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 91 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Horror, Science-fiction
Awards: Saturn Award nomination for Best Horror Film 1983

La Symphonie Pastorale (dir. Jean Delannoy, 1946, France)
Starring: Pierre Blanchar, Michèle Morgan, Jean Desailly, Line Noro
Written by Jean Aurenche, Jean Delannoy, and Pierre Bost
Based on the novel by André Gide
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Armand Thirard
Synopsis: A pastor falls in love with a blind girl that he has raised to adulthood, as does his son.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 110 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: Best Actress: Michèle Morgan and Grand Prize of the Festival at the Cannes Film Festival 1946

The Tales of Beatrix Potter (dir. Reginald Mills, 1971, UK)
Starring: Frederick Ashton, Alexander Grant, Julie Wood
Choreographed by Frederick Ashton
Synopsis: A filmed ballet adaptation of the animal-centered children’s stories of Beatrix Potter.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 90 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Family, Fantasy, Musical
Awards: 2 BAFTA nominations 1972 (Best Art Direction: Christine Edzard, Best Costume Design: Christine Edzard)

The Tales of Hoffmann (dir. Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, 1951, UK) – Future reissue

Tamango (dir. John Berry, 1958, France)
Starring: Dorothy Dandridge, Curd Jürgens, Jean Servais
Synopsis: The story of a slave revolt aboard a Dutch ship bound for Cuba. Tamango (Alex Cressan) leads the rebellion, capturing the captain’s mistress Aiché (Dorothy Dandridge) in the process and forcing a stalemate that Captain Reiker (Curd Jürgens) solves with brutal violence.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 98 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama, History

The Tenth Victim (La decima vittima) (dir. Elio Petri, 1965, Italy)
Starring: Marcello Mastroianni, Ursula Andress, Elsa Martinelli
Written by Tonino Guerra, Giorgio Salvioni, Ennio Flaiano, and Elio Petri
Music by Piero Piccioni
Cinematography by Gianni Di Venanzo
Synopsis: To avoid war, society develops a form of entertainment called the Big Hunt, where people with violent tendencies hunt each other for sport. Marcello (Marcello Mastroianni) doesn’t know if Caroline (Ursula Andress) is his hunter, which could cost him his life.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Running Time: 92 min
Original Language: Italian
Genre: Action, Science-fiction

Terminator 2 (dir. James Cameron, 1991, US)
Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong
Written by James Cameron and William Wisher Jr.
Music by Brad Fiedel
Cinematography by Adam Greenberg
Synopsis: Ten years after the first attempt on Sarah Connor’s (Linda Hamilton) life, Skynet sends back another more advanced terminator cyborg to kill her and her son, John Connor (Edward Furlong), the future leader of the human resistance. Only by sending back their own cyborg protector (Arnold Schwarzenegger) can the resistance hope to save the lives of Sarah and John and, by extension, the lives of the entire human race.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 137 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Action, Science-fiction
Awards: 6 Oscar nominations with 4 wins 1992 (Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing: Gary Rydstrom and Gloria S. Borders, Best Effects, Visual Effects: Dennis Muren, Stan Winston, Gene Warren Jr., and Robert Skotak, Best Makeup: Stan Winston and Jeff Dawn, Best Sound: Tom Johnson, Gary Rystrom, Gary Summers, and Lee Orloff); 3 BAFTA nominations with 2 wins 1992; 9 Saturn Award nominations with 5 wins 1992

Testament of Orpheus (Le Testament d’Orphée) (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1960, France)
Starring: Jean Cocteau, Yul Brynner, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Pablo Picasso
Written by Jean Cocteau
Synopsis: Jean Cocteau, in his final film, plays a poet traveling through time and space searching for wisdom. Testament of Orpheus completes Cocteau’s cycle of films, which began with Blood of a Poet, engaging with mythology and the essence of art.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 79 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama
Awards: BAFTA nomination for Best Film from any Source 1961

The Titfield Thunderbolt (dir. Charles Crichton, 1953, UK)
Starring: Stanley Holloway, George Relph, Naunton Wayne, Hugh Griffith
Written by T.E.B. Clarke
Music by Georges Auric
Cinematography by Douglas Slocombe
Synopsis: When the local railway line in the village of Titfield is closed down by the railway authority, the community, led by the vicar, Reverend Sam Weech (George Relph) and wealthy boozer Walter Valentine (Stanley Hollway), bands together to run the line themselves, but not without complications along the way.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 84 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy

The Trial (Le procès) (dir. Orson Welles, 1962, France)
Starring: Anthony Perkins, Jeanne Moreau, Romy Schneider, Orson Welles
Written by Orson Welles
Based on the novel by Franz Kafka
Cinematography by Edmond Richard
Synopsis: Josef K. (Anthony Perkins) is accused of an unspecified crime and shambles through a series of bizarre encounters in an attempt to clear his name in the face of a hellish bureaucracy.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 118 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Drama, Fantasy

Le Trou (dir. Jacques Becker, 1960, France)
Starring: André Bervil, Jean Keraudy, Michel Constantin, Philippe Leroy, Raymond Meunier
Written by Jacques Becker and José Giovanni
Synopsis: Four cellmates facing long sentences plan a prison break only to have a new man transferred to their cell. They must decide whether he can be trusted with the details of their plan or if they must take drastic action.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 132 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Awards: 2 BAFTA nominations 1962 (Best Film from any Source, Best Foreign Actor: Philippe Leroy)

Ulysses (dir. Mario Camerini, 1954, Italy)
Starring: Kirk Douglas, Silvana Mangano
Music by Alessandro Cicognini
Synopsis: An adaptation of Homer’s Odyssey following the adventures of Ulysses (Kirk Douglas) as he attempts to return home after the end of the Trojan War.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Running Time: 117 min
Original Language: Italian
Genre: Adventure

Vincent, Francois, Paul et les autres (dir. Claude Sautet, 1974, France)
Starring: Yves Montand, Michel Piccoli, Serge Reggiani, Gérard Depardieu
Written by Jean-Loup Dabadie and Claude Sautet
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography by Jean Boffety
Synopsis: A group of friends each face crises that threaten to end their lives in one way or another.
Color
Running Time: 118 min
Original Language: French
Genre: Drama

Whisky Galore (dir. Alexander Mackendrick, 1949, UK)
Starring: Basil Radford, Catherine Lacey, Bruce Seton, Joan Greenwood
Synopsis: When a freighter carrying 50,000 cases of whisky runs aground off the coast of an isolated Scottish island, the inhabitants of the town, who due to wartime rationing have run dry, have to outwit the English commander of the local Home Guard to keep their hands on it.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 82 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Crime, Comedy
Awards: Nominated for Best British Film BAFTA Award 1950; Winner of National Board of Review USA NBR Award for Top Foreign Films 1950

The White Sheik (dir. Harley Knoles, 1928, UK) – Future reissue

The Winslow Boy (dir. Anthony Asquith, 1948, UK)
Starring: Robert Donat, Cedric Hardwicke, Basil Radford, Margaret Leighton, Neil North
Written by Terence Rattigan and Anatole de Grunwald
Music by William Alwyn
Cinematography by Freddie Young
Synopsis: Ronnie Winslow (Neil North) is accused of stealing a postal order, which results in his expulsion from the Royal Naval College. His father, Arthur (Cedric Hardwicke) and his sister Catherine (Margaret Leighton) refuse to accept the injustice and, at great personal expense, fight to clear the boy’s name.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 117 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama

Winter Kills (dir. William Richert, 1979, US) – Future reissue

Woman Times Seven (dir. Vittorio De Sica, 1967, Italy/France/US)
Starring: Shirley MacLaine, Elspeth March, Peter Sellers, Alan Arkin, Michael Caine, Anita Ekberg, Philippe Noiret
Written by Cesare Zavattini
Music by Riz Ortolani
Cinematography by Christian Matras
Synopsis: Shirley MacLaine stars in seven separate short films dealing with different aspects of adultery.
Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Running Time: 100 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Anthology
Awards: Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture Actress Musical/Comedy: Shirley MacLaine 1968

Yield to the Night (dir. J. Lee Thompson, 1956, UK)
Starring: Diana Dors, Yvonne Mitchell, Michael Craig
Synopsis: Mary Price Hilton (Diana Dors), a voluptuous blonde, had been with (and without) many men. When she finally thought she’d found the one only to discover that he was cheating on her…it was the last straw.
Black and White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Running Time: 99 min
Original Language: English
Genre: Drama
Awards: 3 BAFTA nominations 1957 (Best British Film, Best British Screenplay: John Cresswell, Joan Henry, Best Film from any Source)

Zulu (dir. Cy Endfield, 1964, UK) – Future reissue

   
   
 
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