Jacques Feyder’s joyfully immoral satire, La Kermesse héroïque (Carnival in Flanders), was greeted with acclaim and controversy on its origin
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Akira Kurosawa, one of cinema’s greatest auteurs, has wowed audiences and inspired filmmakers as diverse as George Lucas and Sergio Leone.
When college nostalgia inspires a group of middle-aged businessmen to match-make for the widow – played with measured dignity by Setsuko Hara (Toky
Against a dramatic nineteenth-century backdrop of radical Italian Nationalism, Luchino Visconti’s masterful epic, The Leopard, follows the Si
It was only in the dying days of the Soviet regime that the work of the Russian film pioneer Evgenii Bauer was rediscovered and celebrated.
In an energetic fusion of images and ideas, Manufacturing Consent explores the political life and ideas of the controversial author, linguistic sch
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