The first feature by Barbet Schroeder (Maîtresse, The Valley), More created a sensation when it was released in 1969, quickly becoming a cult classic.
Barbet Schroeder – Maîtresse (1976), Barfly (1987), Reversal of Fortune (1990) – directed More, his first feature, in 1969. It created a sensation when it was released and became a cult 60s classic.
Carl Theodor Dreyer made only 14 full-length feature films in a career spanning almost 50 years, but they are among the most intensely wrought work
Poet, playwright, artist and filmmaker, Jean Cocteau was one of the most significant artists of the 20th century and Orphee his finest work of cine
Restless wife Giovanna meets Gino, a rough and handsome drifter. Their passionate affair leads to the murder of Giovanna’s boorish husband.
Rare, silent works mixing the thrills of western filmmaking with compositions that served as a forerunner to Ozu’s renowned, mature, post-war style.
Jacques Tati’s last – and least known – film, Parade, sees his return to the boisterous music hall world in which he began his career as a mime artist in the 1930s.
The remarkable first feature from the great cinematic visionary Jacques Rivette, probably the least known of the major French New Wave directors.
When Partie de campagne (A Day in the Country) was finally released in 1946, ten years after it was shot, it was hailed as an ‘unfinished masterpie
A tale of five young Berliners – a taxi driver, a travelling wine dealer, a record shop sales girl, a film extra and a model – on a typical Sunday.
Martin Scorsese’s contribution to the Century of Cinema series is a fascinating exploration of some of the landmarks of American cinema, as w
Pink Narcissus is an unwavering celebration of the male body within a fantasy world of epic indulgence.