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  • Chambre 12, Hôtel de Suède, an eighty-minute 1993 documentary about the making of Breathless

    Charlotte et son Jules, a 1959 short by Godard featuring Belmondo

  • Hans-Dieter Hartl’s 1980 documentary Notes on the Making of “Berlin Alexanderplatz”

    Phil Jutzi’s 1931, ninety-minute film of Alfred Döblin’s novel, from a screenplay co-written by Döblin himself

  • A 30-minute documentary on the making of Drunken Angel, created as part of the Toho Masterworks series Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create

  • A 2006 television documentary about the play Miss Julie and dramatist August Strindberg

  • Lindsay Anderson: Lucky Man? (2004), a short documentary from BBC Scotland featuring interviews with many of the director’s friends and collaborators

    Meet the Pioneers (1948), Anderson’s first film, a documentary short about a mining engineering firm

    Wakefield Express (1952), an early documentary by Anderson about the town that later served as the setting for This Sporting Life

    Is That All There Is? (1992), Anderson’s autobiographical final film

  • Godard, l’amour, la poésie, a fifty-minute French documentary about director Jean-Luc Godard and his work and marriage with Karina

  • The Italian Traveler: Bernardo Bertolucci, a 53-minute film by Fernand Moszkowicz tracing the director’s geographic influences, from Parma to China (DVD box set and Blu-ray editions only)

    The Chinese Adventure of Bernardo Bertolucci, a 52-minute documentary that revisits the film’s making (DVD box set and Blu-ray editions only)

    A 66-minute BBC documentary exploring Bertolucci’s creative process and the making of The Last Emperor (DVD box set and Blu-ray editions only)

  • Gaudí, Catalunya, 1959, footage from director Hiroshi Teshigahara’s first trip to Spain

    Visions of Space: Antonio Gaudí, a one-hour documentary on the architect’s life and work

    A BBC program on Gaudí by director Ken Russell

    Sculptures by Sofu—Vita, a short film by Teshigahara on the sculpture of his father, Sofu Teshigahara

  • Calle Bardem (2005), a documentary on the revolutionary life and career of director Juan Antonio Bardem

  • Requiem for a Killer: The Making of “Blast of Silence”

  • Jusqu’au 23 Juillet, a 2005 documentary short about the film and its source novel Le feu follet, by Pierre Drieu la Rochelle, featuring actor Mathieu Amalric, writer Didier Daeninckx, and Cannes festival curator Pierre-Henri Deleau

  • Visual Effects, a documentary about the technical achievements of The Thief of Bagdad, featuring interviews with special-effects masters Ray Harryhausen, Dennis Muren, and Craig Barron

    The Lion Has Wings (1940), Alexander Korda’s propaganda film for the English war effort, created when The Thief of Bagdad went into production hiatus

  • The Strange Case of Yukio Mishima, a 55-minute BBC documentary about the author

  • Behind the Scenes in Macedonia, a short 1993 documentary about the making of Before the Rain

    Manchevski’s award-winning “Tennessee” music video

  • Carl Th. Dreyer, a 1966 documentary by Jørgen Roos chronicling Dreyer’s career

  • On-Screen: “Mon oncle Antoine,” a 2007 documentary tracing the making and history of the film

    Claude Jutra: An Unfinished Story, a 2002 documentary by Paule Baillargeon, featuring interviews with Brault, director Bernardo Bertolucci, and actors Geneviève Bujold and Saul Rubinek

    A Chairy Tale, a 1957 experimental short codirected by Jutra and Norman McLaren

  • Two new short films directed by Maddin exclusively for this release: It’s My Mother’s Birthday Today and Footsteps

  • The original thirteen-minute black-and-white Bottle Rocket short film from 1992

    Murita Cycles, a 1978 short film by Braverman

  • The Secret Center: John le Carré, a 2000 BBC documentary on the author’s life and work

  • The Making of “Europa” (1991), a documentary following the film from storyboarding to production

    Trier’s Element (1991), a documentary featuring an interview with von Trier, and footage from the set and Europa’s Cannes premiere and press conference

    Anecdotes from Europa (2005), a short documentary featuring interviews with film historian Peter Schepelern, actor Jean-Marc Barr, producer Peter Aalbæk Jensen, assistant director Tómas Gislason, co-writer Niels Vørsel, and prop master Peter Grant

    Europa—The Faecal Location (2005), a short film by Gislason

  • Magnificent Obsession (1935, 102 minutes), a new digital transfer of John M. Stahl’s earlier version of the film

    From UFA to Hollywood: Douglas Sirk Remembers (1991, 82 minutes), a rare documentary by German filmmaker Eckhart Schmidt in which Sirk reflects upon his career

  • The Journal of Diego Rodriguez Silva, Nava’s 1972 award-winning student film

  • The Last Script: Remembering Luis Buñuel, a 2008 documentary featuring screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière and filmmaker Juan Luis Buñuel

  • A Mexican Buñuel (1995), 50-minute documentary by Emilio Maillé

  • The Hollywood Greats: Charles Laughton, a 1978 BBC documentary about the actor’s life and career, featuring interviews with his family, friends, and colleagues

  • Une histoire d’eau, Truffaut’s 1958 short film co-directed by Jean-Luc Godard

  • Wajda’s “Danton,” a 42-minute behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the film

  • Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create, a 36-minute documentary created as part of the Toho Masterworks series, about the making of Dodes’ka-den, including interviews with director Akira Kurosawa, script supervisor Teruyo Nogami, actor Yoshitaka Zushi, and other members of the cast and crew

  • Two short documentaries by Resnais: Toute la mémoire du monde (1956) and Le chant du styrène (1958)

  • A British Horror Film (2003), a documentary on the making of Repulsion, featuring interviews with Polanski, producer Gene Gutowski, and cinematographer Gil Taylor, among others

  • Autour de “Jeanne Dielman,” a documentary—shot by actor Sami Frey and edited by Agnès Ravez and Akerman—made during the filming of Jeanne Dielman

    Saute ma ville (1968), Akerman’s first film, with an introduction by the director

  • Building “Howards End,” a documentary featuring interviews with Ivory, Merchant, Helena Bonham Carter, costume designer Jenny Beavan, and Academy Award–winning production designer Luciana Arrighi

    The Design of “Howards End,” a detailed look at the costume and production designs for the film, including original sketches

    The Wandering Company, a 50-minute documentary about the history of Merchant Ivory Productions

  • Nair’s short documentaries So Far from India (1983), India Cabaret (1985), and The Laughing Club of India (2001), featuring video introductions by the director

    Nair’s short fiction films The Day the Mercedes Became a Hat (1993), 11’09"01—September 11 (Segment: “India”) (2002), Migration (2007), and How Can It Be? (2008), featuring video introductions by the director

  • The Angels Among Us (2003), a documentary featuring interviews with Wenders, Falk, actors Bruno Ganz and Otto Sander, writer Peter Handke, and composer Jürgen Knieper

  • End of a Revolution, a short documentary made in Bolivia right after Che’s execution in 1967

  • Once Upon a Time . . . “Rome Open City,” a 2006 documentary on the making of the historic film

    Roberto Rossellini, a 2001 documentary by Carlo Lizzani, assistant director on Germany Year Zero, tracing Rossellini’s career through archival footage and interviews with family members and collaborators, with tributes by filmmakers François Truffaut and Martin Scorsese

  • The Making of “Revanche,” a half-hour documentary shot on the set

    Foreign Land (Fremdland), Spielmann’s award-winning student short film, with an introduction by the director

  • “The Provo’s Last Card?,” a 1981 episode of the BBC program Panorama, about the Maze prison hunger strikes and the political and civilian reactions across Northern Ireland

  • All Blossoms Again, a feature-length documentary on Costa, Colossal Youth, and the director’s relationship to Fontainhas

    Tarrafal and The Rabbit Hunters, two short films by Costa

    Little Boy Male, Little Girl Female, a video installation piece by Costa featuring outtakes from In Vanda’s Room and Colossal Youth

  • Three Plays by Tennessee Williams, an hour-long television presentation of one-act plays, directed by Lumet in 1958, with Ben Gazzara and Lee Grant, among others

  • Bucking Broadway, a 1917 silent feature by John Ford, with new music composed and performed by Donald Sosin

  • Five Stories, a 60-minute documentary on the making of Gomorrah

  • L’aimée, Desplechin’s 2007 documentary about the selling of his family home

  • The Traveler, director Abbas Kiarostami’s first feature

    “Close-up” Long Shot, a documentary on Close-up’s central figure, Hossein Sabzian, six years after the film

    A Walk with Kiarostami (2003), a documentary portrait of the director by Iranian film professor Jamsheed Akrami

  • Troell Behind the Camera, a short documentary made during production

    Troell’s Magic Mirror, an hour-long documentary on the director’s career

  • Two short documentaries by Antonioni: Gente del Po, about a barge trip down the Po River, and N.U. about urban street cleaners

  • L’amour existe, director Maurice Pialat’s poetic 1960 short film about life on the outskirts of Paris

    Autour de “L’enfance nue,” a fifty-minute documentary shot just after the film’s release

  • The Oshima Gang, a 1983 making-of featurette

    Hasten Slowly, an hour-long 1996 documentary about author Laurens van der Post, whose autobiographical novel was the basis for the film

  • World War II newsreels from Guadalcanal and the Solomon Islands

  • Emotion, a 1966 experimental film by Obayashi

  • Hotel Chevalier (part one of The Darjeeling Limited)

    Anderson’s American Express commercial

  • Charles Laughton Directs “The Night of the Hunter,” a two-and-a-half-hour treasure trove of outtakes and behind-the-scenes footage

  • All at Sea (1933), a home movie by Alistair Cooke featuring Chaplin and actress Paulette Goddard, with a new score by Donald Sosin and a new interview with Cooke’s daughter, Susan Cooke Kittredge

    The Rink (1916), a Chaplin two-reeler

  • Born to Be Wild (1995) and “Easy Rider”: Shaking the Cage (1999), documentaries about the making and history of the film

  • BBStory, a 2009 documentary about the legendary film company BBS Productions, with Rafelson; actors Jack Nicholson, Karen Black, and Ellen Burstyn; filmmakers Peter Bogdanovich and Henry Jaglom; and others

    Documentary from 2009 about BBS featuring critic David Thomson and historian Douglas Brinkley

  • “The Last Picture Show”: A Look Back, (1999) and Picture This (1990), documentaries about the making of the film

  • Geometria, an unreleased 1987 short horror film by del Toro, finished in 2010, with a new video interview with the director

  • Three short films by director Andrea Arnold: Milk (1998), Dog (2001), and the Oscar-winning Wasp (2003)

  • Mackendrick: The Man Who Walked Away, a 1986 documentary featuring interviews with director Alexander Mackendrick, actor Burt Lancaster, producer James Hill, and others

    James Wong Howe: Cinematographer, a 1973 documentary about the Oscar-winning director of photography, featuring lighting tutorials with Howe

  • The Wanton Countess, the rarely seen English-language version of the film

    “Man of Three Worlds: Luchino Visconti,” a 1966 BBC program exploring Visconti’s mastery of cinema, theater, and opera direction

  • Leigh’s 1992 short film A Sense of History, written by and starring actor Jim Broadbent

  • Short silent film promoting the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company’s 1926 stage performance of The Mikado

  • Cathy Come Home (1966), an early television feature by Loach, with an afterword by film writer Graham Fuller

  • De Palma’s 1967 feature Murder à la Mod

  • The Tramp and the Dictator (2001), Kevin Brownlow and Michael Kloft’s documentary paralleling the lives of Chaplin and Hitler, including interviews with author Ray Bradbury, director Sidney Lumet, screenwriter Budd Schulberg, and others

  • Making “Insignificance,” a short documentary shot on the set of the film

  • Mike Hammer’s Mickey Spillane, a 1998 documentary about the life and work of the author

  • Weekend am Wannsee, Gerald Koll’s 2000 documentary about the film, featuring interviews with star Brigitte Borchert and writer Curt Siodmak

    Ins Blaue hinein, a thirty-six-minute short from 1931 by People on Sunday cinematographer Eugen Schüfftan

  • Satyajit Ray (1984), a feature documentary by Shyam Benegal that chronicles Ray’s career through interviews with the filmmaker, family photographs, and extensive clips from his films

  • Restored high-definition digital transfer of Stanley Kubrick’s 1955 noir feature Killer’s Kiss

  • Two Gangsters and an Island, a 2003 documentary about the making of Cul-de-sac, featuring interviews with Polanski, producer Gene Gutowski, and cinematographer Gilbert Taylor

  • Alternate edits from À propos de Nice, featuring footage cut by Vigo

    Animated tribute to Vigo by filmmaker Michel Gondry

    Les voyages de “L’Atalante,” film restorer and historian Bernard Eisenschitz’s 2001 documentary tracking the history of the film

  • Claude Chabrol: Mon premier film, a documentary by Francis Girod on the making of Le beau Serge, featuring interviews with Chabrol and actor Jean-Claude Brialy

  • Carlos: Terrorist Without Borders, an hour-long documentary on the career of Carlos

    Maison de France, a feature-length documentary on a Carlos bombing not included in the film

  • A Day at Denham, a short film from 1939 featuring footage of Zoltán Korda on the set of The Four Feathers

  • Short 1976 film by Devo, featuring the songs “Secret Agent Man” and “Jocko Homo”

  • Full-length 1995 documentary featuring Kieślowski

    Three Kieślowski’s short films—The Tram (1966), Seven Women of Different Ages (1978), and Talking Heads (1980)—plus the short film The Face, starring Kieślowski

    Behind-the-scenes programs for White and Red, and a 1994 short documentary on Red’s world premiere

  • Frank Schaffner’s 1955 teleplay of 12 Angry Men, from the series Studio One, featuring an introduction by Ron Simon, curator at the Paley Center for Media

    Production history of 12 Angry Men, from teleplay to big-screen classic

    Tragedy in a Temporary Town (1956), a teleplay directed by Lumet and written by Rose

  • “The Clerk,” starring Charles Laughton, director Ernst Lubitsch’s segment of the 1932 omnibus film If I Had a Million

    British television production of the play Design for Living from 1964, introduced on camera by playwright Noël Coward

  • New high-definition digital restoration of Godzilla, King of the Monsters, Terry Morse’s 1956 reworking of the original, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition

  • Creative Nonfiction, Dunham’s first feature film, with an introduction by the director

    Four short films by Dunham(Pressure/Open the Door/Hooker on Campus/The Fountain)

  • Fassbinder’s “World on a Wire”: Looking Ahead to Today, a fifty-minute documentary about the making of the film by Juliane Lorenz

  • Return of the War Room, a 2008 documentary by Hegedus and Pennebaker in which advisers James Carville, George Stephanopoulos, Paul Begala, and others reflect on the effect that the Clinton war room had on the way campaigns are run

  • Short documentaries from 2000 on the making of In Which We Serve and Brief Encounter

    David Lean: A Self Portrait, a 1971 television documentary on Lean’s career

  • A Lecture, a performance piece by Frampton, recorded in 1968 with the voice of artist Michael Snow

  • Children of the Fields (1973), a short documentary by Young, accompanied by a new interview with the director

  • Two films within the film: 7½ Floor Orientation and “American Arts & Culture” Presents John Horatio Malkovich: “Dance of Despair and Disillusionment”

    An Intimate Portrait of the Art of Puppeteering, a documentary by Bangs

  • The rarely seen 1977 Kiarostami film The Report, which deals with similar themes

    Let’s See “Copia conforme,” an Italian documentary on the making of Certified Copy, featuring interviews with Kiarostami and actors Juliette Binoche and William Shimell

  • Images from the Playground, a half-hour documentary by Stig Björkman featuring behind-the-scenes footage shot by Bergman, archival audio interviews with Bergman, and new interviews with actresses Bibi Andersson and Harriet Andersson

  • New 2K digital transfer of the reconstructed original 1925 silent film, restored in collaboration with the Cineteca di Bologna, with a newly recorded adaptation of director Charlie Chaplin’s score, presented in 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray edition

    Chaplin Today: “The Gold Rush” (2002), a short documentary featuring filmmaker Idrissa Ouédraogo

  • Digging Your Own Grave, a 1993 documentary by Kevin Macdonald on the making of the film

    Andrew Macdonald and Kevin Macdonald’s video diary from the 1992 Edinburgh Film Festival, where they shopped around the script for Shallow Grave

  • Sex and Death to the Age 14, Spalding Gray’s first monologue, created in 1979 and filmed in 1982

  • A Personal History of the American Theater, a ninety-five-minute monologue by Spalding Gray, originally produced by the Wooster Group in 1980 and videotaped in 1982

    Swimming to the Macula, sixteen minutes of footage from Gray’s actual eye surgery

  • Cahuenga Blvd. (2003) and Five Miles Out (2009), two short films by Haigh

  • The Last Performance, director Paul Fejos’s 1929 silent starring Conrad Veidt, with a new score by composer Donald Sosin 

    Reconstructed sound version of Broadway, Fejos’s 1929 musical

  • Seize millions de jeunes: “Mods,” a 1965 episode of the French youth-culture program, featuring early footage of the Who

  • The Secret Cinema (1966) and Naughty Nurse (1969), two short films by director Paul Bartel

  • L’aventure des “Visiteurs du soir,” a 2009 documentary on the making of the film

  • The Lost Body of Alibech (2005), a documentary by Roberto Chiesi about a lost sequence from The Decameron

    The Secret Humiliation of Chaucer (2006), a documentary by Chiesi about The Canterbury Tales

    Via Pasolini (2005), a documentary featuring archival footage of Pasolini discussing his views on language, film, and modern society

    Pasolini and the Form of the City (1974), a documentary by Pasolini and Paolo Brunatto about the Italian cities Orte and Sabaudia

  • Chronological edit of the film

    Doodlebug (1997), a three-minute film by Nolan, starring Following’s Jeremy Theobald

  • Essence of Life, an interview program with Reggio and composer Philip Glass on Koyaanisqatsi

    Early forty-minute demo version of Koyaanisqatsi with a partial scratch soundtrack featuring poet Allen Ginsberg, along with a new introduction by Reggio

    Anima Mundi (1992), Reggio’s twenty-eight-minute montage of footage of over seventy animal species, scored by Glass

  • The Making of “Pina”

  • Alternate presentations of the restoration in two additional aspect ratios: 1.85:1 (widescreen) and 1.33:1 (full-screen)

    Elia Kazan: Outsider (1982), an hour-long documentary

    Contender: Mastering the Method, a 2001 documentary on the film’s most famous scene

  • Un été + 50 (2011), a seventy-five-minute documentary featuring outtakes from the film, along with new interviews with codirector Edgar Morin and some of the film’s participants

  • The Road to Bresson, a 1984 documentary featuring interviews with filmmakers Louis Malle, Paul Schrader, and Andrei Tarkovsky

    The Essence of Forms, a documentary from 2010 in which collaborators and admirers of Bresson’s, including actor François Leterrier and director Bruno Dumont, share their thoughts about the director and his work

  • "Charles Starkweather,” a 1993 episode of the television program American Justice, about the
    real-life story on which the film was loosely based

  • Chaplin Today: “Monsieur Verdoux,” a 2003 documentary on the film’s production and release, featuring filmmaker Claude Chabrol and actor Norman Lloyd

  • Cox’s “cleaned-up” television version of the film

  • three shorts, Rupture, the Oscar-winning Happy Anniversary, and Feeling Good

    Pierre Etaix, un destin animé (2011), a portrait of the life and work of the director by his wife, Odile Etaix

  • Five short films written and directed by Leigh for the proposed television series Five-Minute Films, with a new audio introduction by Leigh

  • Unused special effects footage by artist László Moholy-Nagy, along with a video installation piece by Jan Tichy incorporating that footage

  • In the Web of Time, a short documentary from 1989 by cinematographer František Uldrich, in which director František Vláčil discusses his filmmaking process

  • Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius, a 108-minute documentary from 1989

    Three newly restored Lloyd shorts: Take a Chance (1918), Young Mr. Jazz (1919), and His Royal Slyness (1920), with commentary by Correll and film writer John Bengtson

  • Three additional films by director Claude Lanzmann: A Visitor from the Living (1999, 68 minutes); Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m. (2001, 102 minutes); and The Karski Report (2010, 49 minutes)

  • The Travels of Kinuyo Tanaka, a 2009 film by Koko Kajiyama documenting the actor’s 1949 goodwill tour of the United States

  • Karen Blixen—Storyteller, a 1995 documentary about the author of the film’s source story, who wrote under the pen name Isak Dinesen

  • ¿Que es un fantasma?, a 2004 making-of documentary

  • The Coward (Kapurush, 1965), a short feature by Ray that also addresses modern female identity and stars Mukherjee and Soumitra Chatterjee

    Satyajit Ray (1974), a documentary short by B. D. Garga

  • Pinkus’s Shoe Palace, a 1916 German silent short directed by and starring Ernst Lubitsch, with a new piano score by Donald Sosin

    Lubitsch le patron, a 2010 French documentary on the director’s career

  • Rossellini Under the Volcano, a 1998 documentary that returns to Stromboli fifty years after the making of the film

    Rossellini Through His Own Eyes, a 1992 documentary on the director’s approach to cinema

    Ingrid Bergman Remembered, a 1995 documentary on the actress’s life, narrated by her daughter Pia Lindstrom

    My Dad Is 100 Years Old, a 2005 short film directed by Guy Maddin and starring Isabella Rossellini

    The Chicken, a 1952 short film directed by Rossellini and starring Bergman

  • The Blind Swordsman, a 1978 documentary about Zatoichi portrayer and filmmaker Shintaro Katsu, along with a new interview with its director, John Nathan

  • Chaplin Today: “City Lights,” a 2003 documentary on the film, featuring Aardman Animations cofounder Peter Lord

  • Elio Petri: Notes About a Filmmaker (2005), a ninety-minute documentary on the director’s career, featuring interviews with friends, collaborators, and filmmakers

    Investigation of a Citizen Named Volonté (2008), a fifty-minute documentary about actor Gian Maria Volonté

  • High-definition digital transfer of a 197-minute extended version of the film, reconstructed and restored by Robert A. Harris using visual and audio material from the longer original road-show version, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray

    The Last 70 mm Film Festival, a 2012 program featuring Mad World cast and crew, hosted by actor Billy Crystal

  • Where Is Musette?, an hour-long documentary on the making of the film

  • “Have You Heard? The Story of Wartime Rumors,” a 1942 Life magazine “photo-drama” by Hitchcock

  • Once Upon a Time . . . “Tess,” a 2006 documentary about the film

    Forty-five-minute documentary shot on location for French television during the making of the film

  • The Underneath (1995), Soderbergh’s follow-up feature to King of the Hill, with an interview with the director

  • Puppet animation tests

    Animated awards acceptance speeches

    Fantastic Mr. Dahl, an hour-long 2005 documentary about the author

    Stop-motion Sony robot commercial by Anderson

  • Liv & Ingmar, a 2012 feature documentary directed by Dheeraj Akolkar

  • Three newly restored Lloyd shorts: The Marathon (1919), with a new piano score by Gabriel Thibaudeau, and An Eastern Westerner and High and Dizzy (both 1920), with new orchestral scores by Davis

  • A Beautiful Vacation, a 2006 documentary on Risi featuring interviews with the director and his collaborators and friends

    Speaking with Gassman, a 2005 documentary on the relationship between actor Vittorio Gassman and Risi, directed by Risi’s son Marco

  • New 2K digital restoration of the longer, prerelease version of Red River, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray

  • Franju le visionnaire, a fifty-minute program from 1998 on director Georges Franju’s career

    Two short films by Franju: Hôtel des Invalides (1951), about the Paris military complex, and Le grand Méliès (1952), about director Georges Méliès

  • “You Can’t Do That”: The Making of “A Hard Day’s Night,” a 1994 documentary by producer Walter Shenson including an outtake performance by the Beatles

    Things They Said Today, a 2002 documentary about the film featuring Lester, music producer George Martin, screenwriter Alun Owen, and cinematographer Gilbert Taylor (dual-format only)

    The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (1960), Lester’s Oscar-nominated short (dual-format only)

  • New, restored 2K digital transfer of Stereo (1969), Cronenberg’s first feature film

  • Two documentaries by filmmaker Agnès Varda: The World of Jacques Demy (1995) and The Young Girls Turn 25 (1993)

    Four short films by director Jacques Demy: Les horizons morts (1951), Le sabotier du Val de Loire (1956), Ars (1959), and La luxure (1962)

    Once Upon a Time . . . “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” a 2008 documentary

    “Donkey Skin” Illustrated, a 2008 program on the many versions of Charles Perrault’s fairy tale

    “Donkey Skin” and the Thinkers, a 2008 program featuring critic Camille Tabouley

  • Once Upon a Time . . . “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” a 2008 documentary

  • Agnès Varda’s 1993 documentary The Young Girls Turn 25 (in the DVD box set, appears on the Une chambre en ville disc)

  • Documentary from 1998 on the making of the film

  • “I’m Almost Not Crazy . . .”—John Cassavetes: The Man and His Work (1984), a sixty-minute documentary by Ventura on the making of Love Streams

  • On-set documentary from 2001

    You Owe Me One (2002), a short film by Carlos Cuarón

  • Portrait of a Choreographer, a 2007 documentary on Fosse

    The Soundtrack: Perverting the Standards, a 2007 documentary about the film’s music

  • “Eraserhead” Stories, a 2001 documentary by Lynch on the making of the film

    New 2K digital restorations of six short films by Lynch: Six Men Getting Sick (1967), The Alphabet (1968), The Grandmother (1970), The Amputee, Version 1 and Version 2 (1974), and Premonitions Following an Evil Deed (1995), all with video introductions by Lynch

  • Polanski Meets Macbeth, a 1971 documentary by Frank Simon featuring rare footage of the film’s cast and crew at work

  • Le sourire (1960), Bourguignon’s Palme d’Or–winning short documentary, with a new introduction by the director

  • Bandit’s Wager, a 1916 silent western short costarring Ford and directed by his brother, Francis Ford, featuring new music composed and performed by Donald Sosin

  • Frank Capra’s American Dream, a 1997 feature-length documentary about the director’s life and career

    New digital transfer of Capra’s first film, the 1921 silent short Fultah Fisher’s Boarding House, with a new score composed and performed by Donald Sosin

  • Related shorts by Blank: The Sun’s Gonna Shine (1968), More Fess (1978), Julie: Old Time Tales of the Blue Ridge (1991), My Old Fiddle: A Visit with Tommy Jarrell in the Blue Ridge (1994), and The Maestro Rides Again (2005)

  • Making of “Tootsie” (1982) and A Better Man: The Making of “Tootsie” (2007), two documentaries featuring interviews with cast and crew

  • The Suicide, a 1978 short film by Haynes

  • Role Play: Women on Fassbinder, a 1992 German television documentary by Thomas Honickel featuring interviews with Carstensen, Schygulla, and actors Irm Hermann and Rosel Zech

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