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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
High Rise (2017)
The relationships between the residents in a futuristic apartment complex become intertwined and very violent.
2.
Lobster, The (2015)
In a dystopian future, finding a partner is a matter of life and death.
3.
Double, The (2014)
Timid office clerk Simon James is ignored by all including the girl he loves but things get worse when his charismatic physical double arrives and starts taking over his life.
4.
Hyena (2014)
Albanian gangsters muscle into new territory in West London.
5.
Night Will Fall (2014)
On April 15, 1945, British troops liberated Bergen-Belsen concentration camp on the L√ľneburg Heath. A camera crew documented shocking evidence of the crimes committed by the Nazi regime with images of piles of corpses and emaciated inmates. London-based producer Sidney Bernstein planned to use this
6.
Belle (2014)
In the 18th Century, a girl of mixed-race is adopted into an aristocratic family and develops a relationship with a vicar's son.
7.
Epic (2014)
A washed-up Oscar winning British film director is invited to make a national epic in an obscure republic in the Caucasus.
8.
Falling, The (2014)
In 1969, a troubled girl is determined to find the cause of a mysterious fainting epidemic at her British girls' school
9.
Bomb (2013)
The lives of two people in the 1960s cold war era - a free-spirited teen who wants to save the world and a London father who has an affair with his teenage daughter's best friend.
10.
Spike Island (2013)
A look at The Stone Roses' seminal Spike Island concert in 1990.
11.
Byzantium (2013)
People in town start disappearing after the arrival of a mother and daughter who claim to be vampires.
12.
Fast Girls (2013)
Two female track athletes overcome a rivalry to achieve their championship dreams.
13.
Last Days on Mars, The (2013)
On the eve that the crew of the very first manned expedition to Mars are about to return to Earth, they make an astounding discovery - fossilized evidence of life on Mars.
14.
Half of a Yellow Sun (2013)
Twin sisters from a wealthy Nigerian family return from life abroad to a newly independent homeland in 1960, and their lives take different paths.
15.
Invisible Woman, The (2013)
Nelly, a happily-married mother and schoolteacher, recalls her relationship with Charles Dickens, which required secrecy for them both and a life of invisibility for her.
16.
Philomena (2013)
The true story of an Irish woman who searches for the illegitimate son she gave up for adoption in the U.S.
17.
Blood (2013)
Two brother detectives investigate the death of a murdered girl.
18.
Great Expectations (2013)
Young orphan Pip is given a chance to rise from his humble beginnings thanks to a mysterious benefactor. Moving through London's class ridden world as a gentleman, Pip uses his new found position to pursue the beautiful Estella, a spoiled heiress he's loved since childhood. Yet the shocking truth be
19.
Under the Skin (2013)
A mysterious, seductive woman combs the highways for vulnerable men, lures them into an otherworldly lair and they are never heard from again.
20.
Exhibition (2013)
A contemporary artist couple finds that their living and working patterns are threatened when their house is put up for sale.
21.
47 Ronin (2013)
After a treacherous warlord kills their master and banishes their kind, 47 leaderless samurai vow to seek vengeance and restore honor to their people. Driven from their homes and dispersed across the land, this band of Ronin must seek the help of Kai -a half-breed they once rejected-as they fight th
22.
Spirit of '45, The (2013)
1945 was a pivotal year in British history. After defeating fascism, the people of Britain sought a more equal society in which the elites did not control all the resources and the working classes had access to healthcare, housing and social care. Under a newly elected Labour Government led by Cleme
23.
Great Expectations (2013)
Young orphan Pip is given a chance to rise from his humble beginnings thanks to a mysterious benefactor. Moving through London's class ridden world as a gentleman, Pip uses his new found position to pursue the beautiful Estella, a spoiled heiress he's loved since childhood. Yet the shocking truth be
24.
Sightseers (2013)
Chris wants to show Tina his world in his own way - on a trip through the British Isles in his Abbey Oxford Caravan. He wants to show the sheltered Tina the Crich Tramway Museum, the Ribblehead Viaduct, the Keswick Pencil Museum and the rolling countryside that separates his favorite places. But his
25.
London - The Modern Babylon (2012)
A survey of the past century of London's tumultuous history, while focusing on the city's immigrants, its bohemians and how together they changed London forever.
26.
Shadow Dancer (2012)
Single mother Collette McVeigh is a Republican living in Belfast with her mother and hardliner IRA brothers. When she is arrested for her part in an aborted IRA bomb plot in London, an MI5 officer offers her a choice: lose everything and go to prison or return to Belfast to spy on her own family. Wi
27.
London - The Modern Babylon (2012)
A survey of the past century of London's tumultuous history, while focusing on the city's immigrants, its bohemians and how together they changed London forever.
28.
29.
London - The Modern Babylon (2012)
A survey of the past century of London's tumultuous history, while focusing on the city's immigrants, its bohemians and how together they changed London forever.
30.
Born to be Wild (2011)
This film documents orphaned orangutans and elephants and the extraordinary people who rescue and raise them, saving endangered species one life at a time.
31.
Laura (2011)
Laura is a Brazilian expat in New York City who lives two contradictory lives. At night, she crashes glam nightlife parties and events. During the day, she struggles to cheat poverty and possibly eviction.
32.
Robinson in Ruins (2010)
The film follows a journey made by a wandering, erratic scholar, through landscapes in the south of England.
33.
Lodger, The (2009)
Malcolm Slaight arrives at the home of Joe and Ellen Bunting. Ellen is happy to make a little extra money, but also becomes enamored by the charm and eccentricities of this mysterious Lodger. Meanwhile, police detective Chandler Manning begins to track a ruthless killer slaughtering prostitutes alon
34.
Of Time and the City (2008)
Director Terence Davies' love song and eulogy to his birthplace of Liverpool. It is also a response to memory, reflection and the experience of losing a sense of place as the skyline changes and time takes it toll.
35.
Shirin (2008)
A hundred and fourteen famous Iranian theater and cinema actresses, and a French star are mute spectators at a theatrical representation of "Khosrow and Shirin," a Persian poem from the twelfth century. The performance of the piece remains off-screen to the viewer of the film. The whole story is tol
36.
Jimmy Carter Man from Plains (2007)
Former President Jimmy Carter embarks on a book tour of his non-fiction book "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" and speaks at various books signings about how peace can be achieved in the Middle East.
37.
Manufactured Landscapes (2006)
A look at the world and work of renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. Internationally acclaimed for his large-scale photographs of "manufactured landscapes"--quarries, recycling yards, factories, mines and dams--Burtynsky creates stunningly beautiful art from civilization's materials and debris. The fil
38.
Still Life (2006)
Shot in the old village of Fengjie, which has been destroyed by the building of China's Three Gorges Dam, it recounts the story of people who come back to Fengjie during the upheaval. A miner comes back to the village to look for his wife, a nurse for her husband.
39.
Syndromes and a Century (2006)
Set 40 years ago in a small town's hospital, juxtaposed with a similar hospital in the present day. It is a fictional recollection of the love and work of the filmmaker's parents before they finally became lovers, exploring both memories and everyday lives in two eras where a painfully shy young man
40.
Lunacy (2006)
In eighteenth-century France (albeit one full of deliberate anachronisms) a young man, Jean Berlot, is plagued by nightmares in which he is dragged off to a madhouse. On the journey back from his mother's funeral he is invited by a Marquis he meets at lunch to spend a night in his castle. There Berl
41.
Longing (2006)
A love triangle set in the former communist East Germany.
42.
Army of Shadows (2006)
Story follows some early French Resistance fighters and how they help the British during World War II.
43.
Electric Edwardians: The Films of Mitchell and Kenyon (2005)
The firm of Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon were commissioned by the turn of the century traveling exhibitors for showings at local fairgrounds, town halls and theaters. The discovery by Peter Worden of the Mitchell & Kenyon collection has been described as film's equivalent of Tutankhamen's tomb. T
44.
In the Realms of the Unreal (2004)
An innovative masterpiece that literally gives wings to one man's singular vision of an imaginary world. Henry Darger lived a reclusive life and died alone in a Catholic mission in 1973. For more than 60 years, he created a massive literary and graphic body of work, including The Realms of the Unrea
45.
Nuit de la Verite, La (2004)
Genocide is not far from the minds of the Nyak and Bonande peoples, who have been locked in a decade of civil war. Now, Le Président, the president and commander of the Nyak national army, and Colonel Theo, controller of the Bonande rebel army, are determined to end the conflict. A meeting is arrang
46.
Baadasssss! (2003)
Melvin Van Peebles stunned the world for the first time, with his debut feature, "The Story of a Three Day Pass." Filmed in France and selected as the French entry in the San Francisco Film Festival, Melvin's film was awarded the top prize. Saying it was controversial would be an understatement. In
47.
His Secret Life (2001)
AIDS doctor Antonia's husband is killed by a car. She gets depressed until she learns he had been cheating on her with a man. Following her newly-born curiosity for life, she goes to see her husband's lover, Michele, and finds a huge apartment that he shares with gay and transgendered friends, inclu
48.
My Brother Tom (2001)
The story of two teenagers, Tom and Jessica. When they meet, Jessica becomes both worried and intrigued by Tom's dark side. The forests are his holy domain; he hides there from misery and oppression at home. He and Jessica form a powerful bond, in which no compromise is possible, but that will event
49.
Hamlet (2000)
based on the Shakespeare play about a man who returns home to his kingdom to find his mom married to his uncle and his father dead, and then must avenge his father's death. Put against a high-tech background.
50.
Room to Rent (2000)
An Egyptian man relocates to London and soon finds that immigration laws pose a serious threat to his screenwriting aspirations. He runs into another stymied artist, a young actress who makes a living impersonating Marilyn Monroe.
51.
Kirikou and the Sorceress (1999)
Based on a West African legend, Kirikou is born in an African village under a terrible spell that has been placed on it by the sorceress Karaba. Kirikou decides to save the village and begins his adventure by setting out to find the Wise Man in the Forbidden Mountain.
52.
Beautiful People (1999) as Production Company
Set in 1993, the war raging in Bosnia manages to spill over into London and into the lives of several citizens who long for human connection. These include: a Croat and a Serb, originally from the same village but now sworn enemies, who meet by chance on a London bus; a BBC reporter who travels to B
53.
I Could Read the Sky (1999) as Production Company
An old man living in a London bachelor apartment recalls growing up on the west coast of Ireland, his move to England, and the events that have shaped his life.
54.
Love Is the Devil (1998)
One of the 20th century's greatest painters, Francis Bacon (1909-1992), was at the height of his celebrity during London's swinging '60s. Bacon, however, a fiercely cruel artist suffers from the malady of obsession: his passion for his work is nearly exceeded by his obsession with George Dyer--a dar
55.
Speak Like a Child (1998) as Production Company
A haunting love story among three young friends who meet in a children's home. Sixteen years later, the three meet up again, and return to the home. Ruby is pregnant with Billy's child, but seems to want to rekindle her affair with Sammy. All three are burdened by a secret from the past.
56.
Man Who Drove With Mandela, The (1998)
The story of Cecil Williams, a pioneering political activist in South Africa. Williams was British, but his political engagement was forged in the South Africa of the immediate postwar years. He joined the Springbok Legion, an anti-fascist group that saw blacks as equals, and was also a successful t
57.
Love Is the Devil (1998) as Production Company
One of the 20th century's greatest painters, Francis Bacon (1909-1992), was at the height of his celebrity during London's swinging '60s. Bacon, however, a fiercely cruel artist suffers from the malady of obsession: his passion for his work is nearly exceeded by his obsession with George Dyer--a dar
58.
Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask (1997)
A complex, perceptive meditation on the life and legacy of Frantz Fanon, an Afro-Caribbean psychiatrist and political activist whose writings have become essential texts for liberation movements everywhere.
59.
Sixth Happiness, The (1997)
Story of a Parsee boy growing up in Bombay during the early 1960's with a brittle bone disease which only allows him to grow to be four feet tall. Western medicine has done nothing to improve his condition and adulthood finds him wheelchair-bound and overprotected. Things change though when his sist
60.
Under the Skin (1997)
Set in Liverpool over two months, story follows Iris, a restless dreamer who has a boring boyfriend Gary. Her sister, Rose, is married to reliable Frank and is seven months pregnant. One evening, Iris bumps into a young Irish guy, Tom, and they have sex in an alley. Wearing her mother's wig, fur coa
61.
Sixth Happiness, The (1997) as Production Company
Story of a Parsee boy growing up in Bombay during the early 1960's with a brittle bone disease which only allows him to grow to be four feet tall. Western medicine has done nothing to improve his condition and adulthood finds him wheelchair-bound and overprotected. Things change though when his sist
62.
Under the Skin (1997) as Production Company
Set in Liverpool over two months, story follows Iris, a restless dreamer who has a boring boyfriend Gary. Her sister, Rose, is married to reliable Frank and is seven months pregnant. One evening, Iris bumps into a young Irish guy, Tom, and they have sex in an alley. Wearing her mother's wig, fur coa
63.
Bit of Scarlet, A (1997) as Production Company
An exploration of the perversive presence of queers on the British screen as told by a comedic montage of gay-themed cliches and stereotypes from 60-odd years of British film history.
64.
100 Years of Polish Cinema (1996)
Elderly people, one age 100, talk emotionally about prewar films they loved, mostly romances and operettas and stars they adored.
65.
Small Time (1996)
Set in working-class Nottinghamshire, central England, a potrait of a sad group of losers and their girlfriends: the men concentrate on earning their odd tenner -- as thieves -- while the ladies smoke cigarettes and watch television.
66.
Yang & Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema (1996)
Focusing primarily on homosexuality, gender-bending symbolism, father figures, and man-to-man combat in Hong Kong cinema, director Stanley Kwan presents his personal view on a cinematic tradition obsessed with male posturing, as he takes on issues of family, brutality and sexuality within a cultural
67.
Robinson In Space (1996)
Following two off-screen characters--an unnamed narrator and his gay male companion, Robinson, who here have been commissioned by an international advertising agncy to make a study of contemporary Britain's unspecified problem.
68.
Irish Cinema - Ourselves Alone? (1996)
About the struggle to create a truly Irish cinema in what is probably, one of the world's most photographed nations.
69.
Show Goes On - The Indian Chapter, The (1996)
A survey of Indian cinema which traces the historical development of filmmaking in a country which produces over 800 feature films per year and exports them to half the world, particularly developing counties.
70.
Russian Idea, The (1996)
Recounting one of the world's greatest cinematic cannons: the polemical nature of Russian filmmaking as it applies to the history of Soviet helming.
71.
Stella Does Tricks (1996)
Drama centering on a young London prostitute.
72.
Get Me To the Crematorium On Time (1996) as Production Company
Utterly devastated by the loss of her husband, a middle-aged, middle-class newly widowed woman, Bonetta, skates so close to the edge that she risks being institutionalized--particularly because she starts speaking to the spirit of her dead spouse.
73.
Memsahib Rita (1996) as Production Company
A glimpse into the life of Shanti, a streetwise east End girl of mixed English and Sri Lankan parentage, who is followed by the local BNP (a British fascist group) to her father's sari shop on the anniversary of her mother's death. Her mother, a beautiful white young woman whose glamour and elegance
74.
Bideshi (1996) as Production Company
A middle-aged Bengali who, in a coma, attempts to make peace with his life before departing it. In a series of quick sketches, events unfold ranging from his arrival in England in his 20s, his joy at fatherhood and his estarngement from his daughter who is pregnant by a black man.
75.
Gallivant (1996) as Production Company
Kotting, his grandmother and his daughter Eden set out together to travel the whole way around the coastline of mainland Britain, starting and finishing on the South Coast. Eden has learning difficulties and speaks in sign language, so some of the film is subtitled. Granny gets sore feet. Together t
76.
Show Goes On - The Indian Chapter, The (1996) as Production Company
A survey of Indian cinema which traces the historical development of filmmaking in a country which produces over 800 feature films per year and exports them to half the world, particularly developing counties.
77.
Stella Does Tricks (1996) as Production Company
Drama centering on a young London prostitute.
78.
White Men Are Cracking Up (1996) as Production Company
A tale focusing on a mysterious African woman who dances for various members of the British ruling class before they commit suicide; and the detective who, subsequently, trails her.
79.
Cinema of Tears (1995)
Presented by noted Brazilian helmer Nelson Pereira dos Santos, a story which attempts to break the "Century of Cinema" format by presenting an analysis of the melodrama genre within a melodramatic context. Thus, in establishing a fictional side, the picture revolves around Rodrigo, a renowned Brazil
80.
Three Steps to Heaven (1995)
An obsessive young woman tries to solve the riddle of her lover's mysterious death and attempts to take revenge on the three very decadent and sleazy witnesses to the event.
81.
100 Years of Japanese Cinema (1995)
Presented by helmer Nagisa Oshima, a collection of personal views on Japanese cinema by various noted filmmakers.
82.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995)
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
83.
2 X 50 Years of French Cinema (1995)
Presented by legendary helmer Jean-Luc Godard and his collaborator Anne-Marie Mieville--a collection of personal views on French cinema by various noted filmmakers.
84.
Madagascar Skin (1995)
Harry has a large birthmark on the side of his face, which he lets dominate his life. Lonely and unloved, he flees the city and heads for the sea where he maroons his car on a deserted beach and lives in it. His equilibrium is destroyed when he saves the life of a man named Flint. As their lives bec
85.
Night of the Film-Makers, The (1995)
A series of interviews with living filmmakers about German film history.
86.
Cinema of Unease: A Personal Journey By Sam Neill (1995)
An autobiographical account of the cinema of New Zealand by one of its key actors, Sam Neill.
87.
Cinema on the Road (1995)
Presented by noted helmer/former critic Jang Sun-woo, a documentary road movie in which Jang, himself, having shot 10,000 feet of film in Seoul, and still unable to pin down a "definition" of Korean cinema, sets out on the road. In fact, it's an excuse to run through a whole raft of political, histo
89.
Typically British (1995)
A survey of a century of British filmmakers, their films and their industry.
90.
40,000 Years of Dreaming: a Century of Australian Cinema (1995) as Production Company
George Miller's genial look at his country's filmmaking which is comprised of an assemblage of segments covering most aspects of the Australian experience: from the landscape and the pioneer spirit, through the country's unique social blend, to traditional Aussie types and more recent emergent theme
91.
Three Steps to Heaven (1995) as Production Company
An obsessive young woman tries to solve the riddle of her lover's mysterious death and attempts to take revenge on the three very decadent and sleazy witnesses to the event.
92.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995)
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
93.
Madagascar Skin (1995) as Production Company
Harry has a large birthmark on the side of his face, which he lets dominate his life. Lonely and unloved, he flees the city and heads for the sea where he maroons his car on a deserted beach and lives in it. His equilibrium is destroyed when he saves the life of a man named Flint. As their lives bec
94.
Typically British (1995)
A survey of a century of British filmmakers, their films and their industry.
95.
Loaded (1994)
Seven friends gather together to film an amateur horror movie in a dilapidated country mansion. Though outwardly they appear to be prepared for the world, each of them arrives at the remote house in chaotic inner turmoil. Throughout the weekend, the group films a darkly comical Celtic fantasy, but s
96.
Fever (1994)
A woman has various sexual encounters with increasingly unsuitable men. The unresolved relationship with her mother is behind her compulsive search for love, but when love is offered she runs away.
97.
London (1994)
After a seven-year absence, the film's unseen "narrator" returns to London and explores the city and its environs with a former lover.
98.
Woman of the Wolf (1994)
A sumptuous fairy tale based on a story written in 1904 by the American poet and author Renne Vivien. Two opposing versions of the same narrative are told: one verbally by Pierre Lenoir, a male narrator at a dinner party; and one visually through the behavior of a woman who meets him on a fantasy ca
99.
Anchoress (1994)
In a 14th century British village an illiterate young peasant girl becomes obsessed with Virgin Mary and, supported by the local priest, claims special powers to communicate with her. According to custom, and much to the dismay of her skeptical and often profane mother, she is enclosed in the wall o
100.
This Charming Man (1994)
An intimate portrait of the filmmaker's father, Ian Poole, a miner-turned-inventor. This documentary also explores the parallel between the personal life of the family and the life of the Sutton-in-Ashfield community where they live and work.
101.
London (1994) as Production Company
After a seven-year absence, the film's unseen "narrator" returns to London and explores the city and its environs with a former lover.
102.
Loaded (1994) as Production Company
Seven friends gather together to film an amateur horror movie in a dilapidated country mansion. Though outwardly they appear to be prepared for the world, each of them arrives at the remote house in chaotic inner turmoil. Throughout the weekend, the group films a darkly comical Celtic fantasy, but s
103.
Wittgenstein (1993)
A humorous portrait of Austrian-born British philosopher Ludwig Josef Johan Wittgenstein (1889-1951).
104.
Don't Get Me Started (1993)
As part of his efforts to turn over a new leaf by relocating to suburbia, former hitman Jack Lane gave up smoking a year ago minus a day. When Jerry Hoff comes to town, threatening to expose Jack's secret past, Jack's chain-smoking friend Larry must bear the brunt of Jack's paranoia. Hoff, meanwhile
105.
Don't Get Me Started (1993)
As part of his efforts to turn over a new leaf by relocating to suburbia, former hitman Jack Lane gave up smoking a year ago minus a day. When Jerry Hoff comes to town, threatening to expose Jack's secret past, Jack's chain-smoking friend Larry must bear the brunt of Jack's paranoia. Hoff, meanwhile
106.
Time of Our Life, The (1993)
The film opens with the birthday celebration of a working class pensioner. His extended family travel by road and rail across a rapidly changing British landscape to join the celebration. A celebration which becomes bittersweet as niceties are stripped away to reveal the dashed hopes and dreams whic
107.
Don't Get Me Started (1993) as Production Company
As part of his efforts to turn over a new leaf by relocating to suburbia, former hitman Jack Lane gave up smoking a year ago minus a day. When Jerry Hoff comes to town, threatening to expose Jack's secret past, Jack's chain-smoking friend Larry must bear the brunt of Jack's paranoia. Hoff, meanwhile
108.
Elenya (1992)
During WWII, a young girl, ostracized by her local community, finds a German parachutist on the outskirts of her Welsh village. She secretly takes care of him but is soon discovered by the villagers. Their alarm leads to his death and her departure from the village to start a new life.
109.
Blue Black Permanent (1992)
Set in the present, with flashbacks to the 1950s and 30s by her daughter, the story of a young mother and writer who is fascinated with the sea.
110.
Man to Man (1992)
During the Third Reich, a vaguely deranged German widow assumes her husband's sex and job and decides to live out her life as a man.
111.
Man to Man (1992)
During the Third Reich, a vaguely deranged German widow assumes her husband's sex and job and decides to live out her life as a man.
112.
Blue Black Permanent (1992)
Set in the present, with flashbacks to the 1950s and 30s by her daughter, the story of a young mother and writer who is fascinated with the sea.
113.
Black and White in Color (1992) as Production Company
A concise social history of race relations, as reflected through the involvement of black people in British broadcasting from the BBC's 1936 opening night to the present day.
114.
Chaplin (1992)
Biographical film on Charlie Chaplin: from his impoverished youth in London through the formative years of film and his emergence in Hollywood's Golden Age, up until his acceptance, late in life, of a special Academy Award.
115.
Elenya (1992) as Production Company
During WWII, a young girl, ostracized by her local community, finds a German parachutist on the outskirts of her Welsh village. She secretly takes care of him but is soon discovered by the villagers. Their alarm leads to his death and her departure from the village to start a new life.
116.
Long Day Closes, The (1992) as Production Company
Autobiographical film based on the director's happiest years of childhood; a time spent amid the love of his mother, sister and brothers, prior to the struggle he experienced in adapting to a new school.
117.
Young Soul Rebels (1991)
Set in 1977, during the week of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, a young black London DJ, who together with his gay partner operates a pirate radio station, becomes implicated in the murder of a mutual friend.
118.
We Three (1991)
119.
Riff Raff (1991)
An unemployed young Scotsman, recently released from prison and newly arrived in London, begins a relationship with a young, unstable woman with desperate ambitions to be a singer.
120.
Strip Jack Naked (1991)
A personal account of gay filmmaker Ron Peck who used his art to come out.
121.
Treasure Island (1991)
A young boy imagines a series of adventures inspired by a tv adventure show and Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel.
122.
Un Nos Ola Leuad (1991)
Following release from a lunatic asylum, a man returns to his village in the mountain region of Snowdonia seeking atonement for the murder he committed.
123.
Daughters of the Dust (1991)
Story of the migration of a Gullah family, descendants of African slaves, from islands off the South Carolina coast, to the North in the 1900s. The film focuses on women as the transmitters of tradition and culture.
124.
Lady Lazarus (1991) as Theatrical Distributor
A cine poem about the act of coming to life through poetry, using Sylvia Plath's own voice for a carousel of images in windows.
125.
Invisible City (1991) as Theatrical Distributor
Set in the future, after a catastrophe has destroyed all language and culture, the film addresses themes of memory and displacement within the Jewish diaspora, offering a possibility as to how cultural stories might survive.
126.
Lady Lazarus (1991) as Production Company
A cine poem about the act of coming to life through poetry, using Sylvia Plath's own voice for a carousel of images in windows.
127.
Young Soul Rebels (1991) as Production Company
Set in 1977, during the week of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, a young black London DJ, who together with his gay partner operates a pirate radio station, becomes implicated in the murder of a mutual friend.
128.
Invisible City (1991) as Production Company
Set in the future, after a catastrophe has destroyed all language and culture, the film addresses themes of memory and displacement within the Jewish diaspora, offering a possibility as to how cultural stories might survive.
129.
Captain Johnno (1990)
A deaf boy is befriended by an Italian migrant worker.
130.
Looking For Langston (1990)
A meditation on the representation of the black gay writer Langston Hughes, against a backdrop of the Harlem Renaissance.
131.
Vertical Features Remake (1990)
Tongue-in-cheek, early Greenaway short reflects the incredibly meticulous encyclopedic nature of his early films. An attempt is made to "reconstruct" a proposed, but never made, film according to some reasonably vague directions. The attempt is made over and over because of conflicting interpretations of the instructions.
132.
Oedipus Rex (1990)
In pre-war Italy, a young couple have a baby boy. The father, however, is jealous of his son - and the scene moves to antiquity, where the baby is taken into the desert to be killed. He is rescued, given the name Edipo (Oedipus), and brought up by the King and Queen of Corinth as their son. One day an oracle informs Edipo that he is destined to kill his father and marry his mother. Horrified, he flees Corinth and his supposed parents - only to get into a fight and kill an older man on the road...
133.
December Bride (1990)
In turn-of-the-century Ireland, young Sarah goes to work as a housekeeper for two brothers, Hamilton and Frank. Over time, she falls in love with both of them, even bearing children by both. The unusual family shocks the parish and community, but Sarah won't cave in to convention.
134.
Women in Tropical Places (1990)
An Argentinian ex-patriot arrives in Newcastle, England to marry her fiance and gets caught up in the exotic world of a stand-up comedienne and her eccentric daughter.
135.
Deuda Interna, La (1990)
The relationship between a teacher and a young Argentine shepherd in search of the boy's father.
136.
Walk Through H, A (1990) as Theatrical Distributor
137.
Body Beautiful, The (1990) as Production Company
A portrait of the white, cancer-stricken mother of the filmmaker herself, a young biracial woman.
138.
Deuda Interna, La (1990) as Production Company
The relationship between a teacher and a young Argentine shepherd in search of the boy's father.
139.
Looking For Langston (1990) as Production Company
A meditation on the representation of the black gay writer Langston Hughes, against a backdrop of the Harlem Renaissance.
140.
Women in Tropical Places (1990) as Production Company
An Argentinian ex-patriot arrives in Newcastle, England to marry her fiance and gets caught up in the exotic world of a stand-up comedienne and her eccentric daughter.
141.
Nice Arrangement, A (1990) as Production Company
A young Indian woman faces her wedding day.
142.
Walk Through H, A (1990) as Production Company
143.
I'm British But... (1989)
Using Acid Bhangra music--a mix of Punjabi bhangra and Western popular music like rap and house--as well as the testimonies of sons and daughters of the Asian English, a defiant culture, part Asian, part British, is revealed.
144.
Holy Physic (1989)
145.
Forever Mary (1989)
A group of street youths are forced into juvenile delinquency by a hostile environment.
146.
Tongues Untied (1989)
An account of the struggle to come to terms with being a gay Black male in contemporary America.
148.
Conquest of the South Pole (1989)
A group of unemployed Edinburgh youths embark on a recreation of Roald Amundsen's historic expedition to the South Pole.
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Clouds, The (1989)
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Do Pivnice (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
153.
Jabberwocky (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
154.
Moznosti Dialogu (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
155.
Clouds, The (1989) as Production Company
156.
Chalk Mark, The (1989) as Production Company
157.
Long Way Round, The (1989) as Production Company
158.
Eros Erosion (1989) as Production Company
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Holy Physic (1989) as Production Company
160.
Thin Blue Line, The (1988)
Using interviews and re-enactments, the film examines the 1976 murder of a Dallas policeman, and the wrongful conviction of one of the two men implicated in the killing.
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Fountain, The (1988)
The various inhabitants of a crumbling apartment building in Moscow struggle to get by.
164.
Gold Diggers, The (1988)
A feminist adventure tale about a beautiful blond movie star who's saved from a life of being passed from man to man by a Black Frenchwoman on horseback. Under her rescuer's questioning, the comes to understand herself as a woman and as a movie queen, sending her off on an extraordinary journey into
165.
Perfect Image? (1988)
An examination of Black women's struggles to assert their own positive self-images that features two characters who seem to represent archetypical extremes.
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Leonarduv Denik (1988) as Theatrical Distributor
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Love Child, The (1988) as Production Company
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Gold Diggers, The (1988) as Production Company
A feminist adventure tale about a beautiful blond movie star who's saved from a life of being passed from man to man by a Black Frenchwoman on horseback. Under her rescuer's questioning, the comes to understand herself as a woman and as a movie queen, sending her off on an extraordinary journey into
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Circle of Gold (1988) as Production Company
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Hypothese du Tableau Vole, L' (1987)
Two narrators, one seen and one unseen, discuss possible connections between a series of paintings. The on-screen narrator walks through three-dimensional reproductions of each painting, featuring real people, sometimes moving, in an effort to explain the series' significance.
175.
On the Black Hill (1987)
Twin brothers, born at the turn of the century, remain rooted for eighty years to their birthplace, a farm called "The Vision" on the border between England and Wales.
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T. Dan Smith (1987) as Production Company
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On the Black Hill (1987) as Production Company
Twin brothers, born at the turn of the century, remain rooted for eighty years to their birthplace, a farm called "The Vision" on the border between England and Wales.
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1919 (1986)
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Silent Scream (1986)
The troubled life of writer Larry Winters, who died from a drug overdose in a Glasgow prison in 1977.
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Melancholia (1986)
An expatriate German artist living in London, once active in student politics, is called upon by a former acquaintance to assassinate a South American doctor known to have tortured a political activist.
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Caravaggio (1986)
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North (1986)
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Fellow Traveller (1986)
Drama about a McCarthy-era American screenwriter in Hollywood who exiles himself to London to avoid testifying before the House Un-American Activities Committee.
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1919 (1986)
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Play Me Something (1986)
A group of travelers waiting for a flight are entertained by a storyteller.
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Distant Voices, Still Lives (1986)
A portrait of a Catholic working class family in Liverpool in the 1940s and 1950s.
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Friendship's Death (1986)
The relationship between a British journalist and a female alien who misses her intended destination of MIT, landing instead in Amman, Jordan during "Black September" of 1970.
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Silent Scream (1986)
The troubled life of writer Larry Winters, who died from a drug overdose in a Glasgow prison in 1977.
195.
Friendship's Death (1986) as Production Company
The relationship between a British journalist and a female alien who misses her intended destination of MIT, landing instead in Amman, Jordan during "Black September" of 1970.
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1919 (1986) as Production Company
197.
Distant Voices, Still Lives (1986) as Production Company
A portrait of a Catholic working class family in Liverpool in the 1940s and 1950s.
198.
Street of Crocodiles (1986) as Production Company
199.
Out of Order (1986) as Production Company
200.
Melancholia (1986) as Production Company
An expatriate German artist living in London, once active in student politics, is called upon by a former acquaintance to assassinate a South American doctor known to have tortured a political activist.
201.
Fellow Traveller (1986) as Production Company
Drama about a McCarthy-era American screenwriter in Hollywood who exiles himself to London to avoid testifying before the House Un-American Activities Committee.
202.
Venus Peter (1986) as Production Company
An imaginative little boy grows up amid the myriad sights and sounds of a fishing village on a small island off the coast of Scotland.
203.
Play Me Something (1986) as Production Company
A group of travelers waiting for a flight are entertained by a storyteller.
204.
Sixty-Four Day Hero (1986) as Production Company
205.
Caravaggio (1986) as Production Company
207.
Variety (1985)
208.
Angelic Conversation, The (1985)
A love story between two young gay men.
209.
Stranger Than Fiction (1985) as Production Company
210.
Leila and the Wolves (1985) as Production Company
211.
Zed & Two Noughts, A (1985) as Production Company
212.
Angelic Conversation, The (1985) as Production Company
A love story between two young gay men.
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215.
Bayan Ko (1984)
A worker at a printing press becomes a scab during a strike but loses his job when he comes to the aid of strikers being attacked by hired thugs.
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Finye (1983)
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Ananas (1983)
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Death and Transfiguration (1983)
Following his mother's death, Robert Tucker finds himself emotionally adrift. Events move forward and backward in time to his old age in a hospital and the dire memories of his earlier years.
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Kyvaldo, Jama a Nadeje (1983) as Theatrical Distributor
226.
Fluchtpunk Berlin (1983) as Production Company
227.
Bred and Born (1983) as Production Company
228.
Fords on Water (1983) as Production Company
229.
Hero (1982)
231.
Maeve (1982)
A woman in search of her own truth by rebuffing her assigned roles.
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Ascendancy (1982)
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Angel (1982)
Danny, a sax player with a rock band, witnesses the death of a mysterious young mute girl, and becomes obsessed with tracking down her murderers--all the while trying to figure out if her slaying was done as a political act, or if it was done by the mob.
237.
King Blank (1982)
The deterioration of the relationship of King and Queenie Blank is seen as it takes place in rundown bars and alleys of New York.
238.
Before the Nickelodeon: The Early Cinema Of Edwin S. Porter (1982)
A tribute to director Edwin S. Porter of "The Great Train Robbery" fame.
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Traveller (1982)
A political thriller which follows a couple forced into an arranged marriage, as they embark on a smuggling trek over the border into Southern Ireland.
242.
Maeve (1982) as Production Company
A woman in search of her own truth by rebuffing her assigned roles.
243.
Crystal Gazing (1982) as Production Company
245.
Draughtsman's Contract, The (1982) as Production Company
246.
Doll's Eye (1982) as Production Company
247.
Ascendancy (1982) as Production Company
248.
Traveller (1982) as Production Company
A political thriller which follows a couple forced into an arranged marriage, as they embark on a smuggling trek over the border into Southern Ireland.
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Conversations With Willard Van Dyke (1981)
The career of Willard Van Dyke as chief curator of the New York Museum of Modern Art's film department is documented. Originally a photographer, Van Dyke discusses his move from still photography to documentary filmmaking. A committed social activist, Van Dyke expounds on the decline of the policita
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Bloody Kids (1981)
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Burning an Illusion (1981)
A coming-of-age story about a young British-born woman of color who is searching for security in her life and hopes to achieve this through marriage. However the false arrest and merciless beating of her boyfriend by the police forces a turning point in both their lives.
255.
Wadi (1981)
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Country (1981)
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Bait (1981)
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Burning an Illusion (1981) as Production Company
A coming-of-age story about a young British-born woman of color who is searching for security in her life and hopes to achieve this through marriage. However the false arrest and merciless beating of her boyfriend by the police forces a turning point in both their lives.
261.
Finnegan's Chin (1981) as Production Company
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So That You Can Live (1981) as Production Company
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Cross and Passion (1981) as Production Company
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Black and Silver (1981) as Production Company
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Empty Suitcases (1980)
The story of a woman who is a professor, mistress, terrorist and artist.
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Repeater (1980)
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Falls, The (1980)
The exploration of the effects of an unexpected catastrophe, known as VUE (violent unknown event) through the bios of 92 survivors.
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Journeys From Berlin/1971 (1980)
American avant-garde filmmaker Yvonne Rainer explores the ramifications of terrorism, a subject which dominated Berlin in the early 1980s.
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Madonna and Child (1980)
The middle-aged Robert Tucker works in a grim office. Still living with his mother, he is a closeted homosexual, fraught with guilty feelings.
279.
Falls, The (1980) as Production Company
The exploration of the effects of an unexpected catastrophe, known as VUE (violent unknown event) through the bios of 92 survivors.
280.
Moon Over the Alley (1980) as Production Company
281.
Journeys From Berlin/1971 (1980) as Production Company
American avant-garde filmmaker Yvonne Rainer explores the ramifications of terrorism, a subject which dominated Berlin in the early 1980s.
282.
At the Fountainhead (Of German Strength) (1980) as Production Company
283.
Exchange and Divide (1980) as Production Company
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Brothers and Sisters (1980) as Production Company
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Suru (1979)
287.
Phoelix (1979)
288.
Man You Loved To Hate, The (1979)
This documentary takes an in depth look at Director Erich von Stroheim's life an career.
289.
Lina Brooke (1979)
290.
Imposters (1979)
Two vaudeville magicians and their assistant are involved with a plot to steal an Egyptian artifact.
291.
Radio On (1979)
292.
Killer of Sheep (1979)
A black slaughterhouse worker copes with the stress of raising a family with little money.
293.
Radio On (1979) as Production Company
294.
Phoelix (1979) as Production Company
295.
Song of the Shirt, The (1979) as Production Company
296.
Law & Order (1978)
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'36 to '77 (1978)
303.
My Way Home (1978)
Set in the 1950s, the film follows Jamie from a children's home in Scotland to Egypt where he is billeted after being conscripted to the RAF. There he meets Robert, a self-sufficient type surrounded by books and an uneasy friendship develops. It is, however, through this friendship, and the confiden
304.
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Mongreloid, The (1978)
A film about the director's dog, Bocko. Bocko is seen playing inside and outdoors as the director recalls places they have visited together.
306.
Forever and Always (1978)
A portrait of a marriage in trouble.
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On a Paving Stone Mounted (1978) as Production Company
309.
In the Forest (1978) as Production Company
310.
Life Story of Baal, The (1978) as Production Company
311.
Rapunzel Let Down Your Hair (1978) as Production Company
312.
Mirror Phase (1978) as Production Company
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'36 to '77 (1978) as Production Company
314.
Down the Corner (1978) as Production Company
316.
Cage (1977)
317.
Wild Night in El Reno (1977)
The raging thunderstorm on the southern plains in May is documented. Sun, clouds, rain, lightning, and a brief glimpse of a human figure are seen.
318.
Local Color (1977)
A soap opera parody concerning several characters including a barber, his wife, and a pair of incestuous twins.
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Above Us the Earth (1977) as Production Company
324.
Before Hindsight (1977) as Production Company
325.
Requiem For a Village (1977) as Production Company
326.
Ossessione (1976)
A restaurant owner's wife and her lover plot to kill her husband.
327.
Children (1976)
The sensitive young Robert Tucker's days are spent in an austere boys' school, a cold, bloodless environment of discipline and ridicule. His home life is equally bleak with his parents' relationship viewed as violent and loveless. Yet Robert experiences a tremendous sense of loss when his abusive fa
329.
330.
In the Realm of the Senses (1976)
An obsessive adulterous relationship ends when the woman is found wandering the streets after killing and castrating her lover with his consent.
332.
Pressure (1976)
Tony, the English-born son of a Trinidadian parents living in Notting Hill, finds himself alienated from his white friends and white values, and follows the lead of a militant older brother into involvement with Black Power, while still being divided by his loyalties and identity.
333.
Pressure (1976) as Production Company
Tony, the English-born son of a Trinidadian parents living in Notting Hill, finds himself alienated from his white friends and white values, and follows the lead of a militant older brother into involvement with Black Power, while still being divided by his loyalties and identity.
334.
Riddles of the Sphinx (1976) as Production Company
335.
Welcome to Britain (1976) as Production Company
336.
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Juvenile Liaison (1975) as Production Company
340.
Film About a Woman Who... (1974)
A disruption of the expected relationship between image and "voice" in a way that transforms Rainer's intensely personal material, and challenges traditional ideas about narrative.
341.
Speaking Directly: Some American Notes (1973)
This autobiographical documentary was made while the director was living by choice in a one-room Montana cabin with no running water or electricity. Throughout the film, he speaks with conviction and bluntness about a variety of subjects, including his daily routine, his personal relationships, his
342.
Badlands (1973)
A young tough guy and his teen-aged girlfriend take off on a killing spree.
343.
Es Kommt drauf an, sie zu verandern (1973) as Production Company (English Version)
344.
Pechki Lavochki (1972)
A husband and wife travel to the shore and meet a variety of interesting characters along the way.
345.
My Childhood (1972)
1945. Jamie lives with his grandmother and brother Tommy in a small mining village just outside Edinburgh. Uncertain of his parentage, Jamie must learn that he has only himself to depend on.
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Bleak Moments (1971) as Production Company
Moments from the uncompromisingly bleak existence of a secretary, her retarded sister, aloof and uneasy teacher boyfriend, bizzare neighbour and irritating workmate.
348.
The Conformist (1970)
A fascist flunky leaves his Italian homeland to arrange the assassination of his former teacher.
349.
Posledni Trik Pana Schwarcewalldea a Pana Edgara (1964) as Theatrical Distributor
350.
Cloud Capped Star, The (1960)
"Meghe Dhaka Tara" tells the tragic story of the beautiful daughter of a middle-class refugee family from East Pakistan, living in the outskirts of Calcutta under modest circumstances. Neeta sacrifices everything for her family, including her personal happiness, her money, and her health, while her achievements are hardly ever recognized by the people around her.
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Machine That Kills Bad People, The (1952) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
A demon bestows on a self-righteous working photographer's camera the power to smite from the Earth "evil-doers."
353.
Der Verlorene (1951)
German scientist murders his fiancTe during World War II when he learns that she has been selling the results of his secret research to the enemy.
354.
Variety Lights (1950) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom/16mm)
When a young woman of beauty and talent joins a provincial vaudeville troupe, they're suddenly playing to packed houses, and their aging comic Checco Dalmonte gets big ideas. He falls in love with the ingenue, Liliana, and ignores his companion of several years, Melina Amour. (She wants to marry Checco and she's saving to open a deli.) Also, believing he can be an impresario, he hires other actors and begins rehearsal for a revue that will star Liliana and himself. Liliana admires Checco, but she's being squired around town by Adelmo Conti, the assistant to the region's biggest impresario. Can Checco's new troupe hold onto Liliana, and how will Melina fare?
355.
Meditation on Violence (1948)
Avant-garde film based on the training movements of the Wu-tang and Shaolin schools of Chinese boxing.
356.
Germania Anno Zero (1947)
A young boy fighting to survive in postwar Germany falls under a former teacher's corruptive influence.
357.
Germania Anno Zero (1947) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
A young boy fighting to survive in postwar Germany falls under a former teacher's corruptive influence.
358.
Study in Choreography For Camera, A (1945) as Theatrical Distributor
359.
Paracelsus (1943) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
360.
The Edge of the World (1937)
A fisherman fights to prevent changing times from destroying his family.
361.
Habanera, La (1937) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
Don Pedro, the elegant landowner of Puerto Rico, is conquered by Astree, the rebellious travelling Swedish woman. They get married and have a child. Their relationship begins to change and Don holds Astree a prisoner. Homesicked, all Astree's pent-up hatred of her husband and his island breaks out when her childhood friend Dr. Sven appears to investigate the cause of a vicious fever to which the island has fallen prey. Don is determined at all costs to prevent the epidemic from becoming public knowledge in order to save his fruit export business.
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Stutzen der Gesellschaft (1935) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
363.
Hearts of Age, The (1934) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
364.
A Cottage on Dartmoor (1930) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
Flashback story of an escape from the lonely, high-security Dartmoor Prison. A jealous barber's assistant is enraged by the attentions that his manicurist girlfriend pays to a customer. He threatens the customer with an open razor and lands in gaol.
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Zhivoi Trup (1929) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
367.
October (1928)
A filmed re-enactment of events leading up to the 1917 October Revolution in Russia.
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Dom na Trubnoi (1928) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
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Spione (1928) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
The mastermind behind a ubiquitous spy operation learns of a dangerous romance between a Russian lady in his employ and a dashing agent from the government's secret service.
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Shooting Stars (1927) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (United Kingdom)
The husband and wife acting team of Mae Feather and Julian Gordon is torn apart when he discovers she is having an affair with the screen comedian Andy Wilks. Mae hatches a plot to kill her husband by putting a real bullet in the prop gun which will be fired at him during the making of their new film, 'Prairie Love'.
371.
Metropolis (1926)
In this silent film, a city of the future is threatened with destruction when a wealthy corporate leader enlists a mad scientist to put down labor reformers.
372.
Spinnen, Die (1920)
Adventurer Kay Hoog finds a note in a bottle from an anthropologist being held captive by South American Indians. Along the way there is a treacherous spider cult to avoid, an Incan treasure to locate and a femme fatale to best.
373.
Trespass Against Us (1000)
The Cutler family have been part of the Traveler community for three generations and have constantly clashed with police. Now Chad Culter wants out of the family business but extricating himself will not be easy.

Production Companies (special)

374.
Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait By John Boorman (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Lee Marvin by his friend, director John Boorman. Features film clips, home movies and interviews with friends and family.
375.
Typewriter, the Rifle and the Movie Camera, The (1996) as Production Company
A documentary about the Hollywood iconoclast -- filmmaker Sam Fuller, whose career includes such films as "Steel Helmet" (1951), "Pickup on South Street" (1953), "Shock Corridor" (1963), "The Naked Kiss" (1964), "The Big Red One" (1982) and "White Dog" (1984).
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James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket (1989) as Tv Distributor (Great Britain)
A documentary profiling the life and work of writer James Baldwin.

Misc. Crew (special)

377.
69th Annual Academy Awards, The (1997) as Film Footage
Live presentation of the 69th annual Academy Awards.
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67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) as Film Footage
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.
379.
Laurence Olivier -- A Life (1986) as Thanks
A documentary on the life and career of film and theater actor Laurence Olivier.

Production Companies (short)

380.
Girl's Own Story, A (1984)
This short film that traces the story of three suburban teenage girls at the height of Beatlemania.
381.
Grandmother, The (1970)
A boy plants a seed that grows into a grandmother in this experimental short film.
382.
Grandmother, The (1970)
A boy plants a seed that grows into a grandmother in this experimental short film.
383.
Boy and Bicycle (1965)
In this short film, a boy skips school to ride around on his bicycle.
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Amelia and the Angel (1958)
A little girl searches for a pair of wings so that she can be an angel in the school nativity play.
385.
Very Eye of Night, The (1958) as Theatrical Distributor
386.
Meshes of the Afternoon (1944)
This experimental short film incorporates repeated images, slow motion, and a mysterious cloaked figure to examine an emotional experience.

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