Bonus #2

by Frasier

Created 12/19/17

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  • Complete 101-minute British version of the film

  • Letter to Jane (1972), Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin’s postscript film to Tout va bien

  • Around the River, a 2008 documentary by Arnaud Mandagaran about the making of the film

  • The Making of “My Own Private Idaho,” a 2005 documentary featuring cast and crew

  • Michelangelo Antonioni: The Eye That Changed Cinema (2001), a fifty-six-minute documentary exploring the director’s life and career

  • Ceramics from Ilza (Ceramika Ilzecka), Wajda’s 1951 film school short

  • Pietro Germi: The Man with the Cigar in His Mouth, a 39-minute documentary by critic and filmmaker Mario Sesti featuring interviews with Germi’s longtime friends and collaborators

  • Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980), a twenty-minute film by Blank featuring Herzog fulfilling a bet

  • Orson Welles: One-Man Band, a documentary from 1995 about Welles’s unfinished projects

    Almost True: The Noble Art of Forgery, a fifty-two-minute documentary from 1997 about art forger Elmyr de Hory

  • Life After “Hoop Dreams,” a new documentary that catches up with Agee, Gates, and their families

  • Creativity with Bill Moyers: A Portrait of Samson Raphaelson (1982), a 30-minute program exploring the screenwriter’s life and career

  • This Is an Adventure, a documentary chronicling the film’s production

  • Melville-Delon: D’honneur et de nuit (2011), a short documentary exploring the friendship between the director and the actor and their iconic collaboration on this film

  • Episode of the BBC program The Art Zone in which author Will Self interviews Leigh

    The Short and Curlies, a short comedy from 1987 directed by Leigh and starring Thewlis, with audio commentary by Leigh

  • Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director, a 1975 documentary by Kaneto Shindo

  • The Models of “Pickpocket,” a 2003 documentary by Babette Mangolte that features interviews with actors from the film

  • A.K., a 74-minute film by director Chris Marker

    A 30-minute documentary on the making of Ran, from the Toho Masterworks series Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create

    A 35-minute video piece reconstructing Ran through Kurosawa’s paintings and sketches, created as part of the series Image: Kurosawa’s Continuity

  • The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (1956), a short musical film directed by Michael Powell, based on the Goethe story

  • A 33-minute documentary on the making of The Bad Sleep Well, created as part of the Toho Masterworks series Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create

  • Three half-hour episodes of the radio program The Lives of Harry Lime, upon which the film is based, and an interview with producer Harry Alan Towers

  • The Immigrant, Charlie Chaplin’s 1917 short comedy, featured in Au revoir les enfants

  • Joseph: A Character Study, a profile of the provocative figure from Au revoir les enfants, created by filmmaker Guy Magen in 2005 (DVD box set and Blu-ray editions only)

    The Immigrant, Charlie Chaplin’s 1917 short comedy, featured in the film (DVD box set and Blu-ray editions only)

  • Tokyo-ga (1985), filmmaker Wim Wenders’s ninety-two-minute documentary about director Yasujiro Ozu

  • Program from 2005 about the score, featuring jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis and critic Gary Giddins

    Malle’s student film Crazeologie, featuring Charlie Parker’s song “Crazeology”

  • Making Dazed, a fifty-minute documentary by Kahane Corn

  • The Human Eye, a 1999 documentary on the film

  • For the first time on DVD, the original 1967 version of the film, The Equinox . . . A Journey into the Supernatural

    Archival stop-motion test footage

    The Magic Treasure, a rare animated fairy tale by Equinox effects master David Allen

    Acclaimed “Kong” Volkswagen commercial by Allen, including test footage

    Zorgon: The H-Bomb Beast from Hell (1972), a short film featuring Equinox crew

  • A Pilgrim’s Return, a documentary about John Sweet, by Nick Burton and Eddie McMillan

    Listen to Britain, 2001 video installation piece inspired by A Canterbury Tale, by artist Victor Burgin

    Listen to Britain, a 1942 documentary by Humphrey Jennings

  • Rohmer short films: Presentation, or Charlotte and Her Steak (1951); Nadja in Paris (1964); A Modern Coed (1966); The Curve (1999); and Véronique and Her Dunce (1958)

  • Conrad and Butler in “Conrad and Butler Take a Vacation,” a short film from 2000, directed by Baumbach and starring Kicking and Screaming cast members Carlos Jacott and John Lehr

  • The Footprints of a Spirit, a documentary featuring director Víctor Erice, producer Elías Querejeta, coscreenwriter Ángel Fernández-Santos, and actor Ana Torrent

  • Neapolitan Diary (1992), Francesco Rosi’s feature-length sequel to Hands over the City

  • Campion’s early short films An Exercise in Discipline: Peel, Passionless Moments, and A Girl’s Own Story

  • Louise Brooks: Looking for Lulu (1998), a 60-minute documentary by Hugh Munro Neeley

  • Three short documentary films by Kieślowski: Factory (1970), Hospital (1976), and Railway Station (1980)

    The Musicians (1958), a short film by Kieślowski’s teacher Kazimierz Karabasz

    Kieślowski’s Dialogue (1991), a documentary featuring a candid interview with Kieślowski and rare behind-the-scenes footage from the set of The Double Life of Véronique

    1966-1988: Kieślowski, Polish Filmmaker, a 2005 documentary tracing the filmmaker’s work in Poland, from his days as a student through The Double Life of Véronique

  • The Making of “Border Radio,” a 2002 documentary featuring interviews with Anders, Lent, Voss, Doe, and Chris D.

    Music video of the Flesh Eaters’ “The Wedding Dice”

  • Mining the Archive, a 2007 piece featuring archivists from London’s Imperial War Museum detailing the footage used in the film

    Cameramen at War, the British Ministry of Information’s 1943 film tribute to newsreel and service film unit cameramen

    A Test of Violence, Cooper’s 1969 short film about the Spanish artist Juan Genovés

    Germany Calling, a 1941 Ministry of Information propaganda film, clips of which appear in Overlord

  • Le journal de la Résistance (1944), a rare short documentary shot on the front lines during the final days of German-occupied France

  • Junkopia, a six-minute film by Marker, Frank Simone, and John Chapman about the Emeryville Mudflats (Blu-ray only)

  • Le poulet (1962), director Claude Berri’s Oscar-winning short film

  • Hole in the Soul, Makavejev’s 1994 tragicomic autobiographical short film, originally made for the BBC

  • Thursday’s Children (1954), an Academy Award–winning documentary about a school for deaf children, by director Lindsay Anderson and Guy Brenton and narrated by actor Richard Burton

  • Four short films by Hiroshi Teshigahara: Hokusai (1953), Ikebana (1956), Tokyo 1958 (1958), and Ako/White Morning (1963)

  • Four short films from director Hiroshi Teshigahara’s early career: Hokusai (1953), Ikebana (1956), Tokyo 1958 (1958), and Ako (1965)

    Teshigahara and Abe, a 2007 documentary examining the collaboration between Teshigahara and novelist Kobo Abe, featuring interviews with film scholars Donald Richie and Tadao Sato, film programmer Richard Peña, set designer Arata Isozaki, producer Noriko Nomura, and screenwriter John Nathan

  • Portrait of a “60% Perfect Man”: Billy Wilder, a 1980 documentary featuring interviews with Wilder by film critic Michel Ciment

  • Around Jean Cocteau (2003), a short video by filmmaker Noel Simsolo discussing Cocteau and Melville’s creative relationship

  • David Mamet on "House of Games," a short documentary shot on location during the film’s preparation and production

  • Permanent Vacation (1980, 75 minutes), Jarmusch’s feature debut, presented in a new, restored high-definition digital transfer supervised by the director

    Some Days in January, 1984, a behind-the-scenes Super-8 film by Tom Jarmusch

  • Portrait of Carlos Saura, a documentary on the life and career of the Spanish auteur

  • Music video for Lundin’s song “Robinson Crusoe on Mars”

  • L’opera de quat’sous, Pabst’s French-language version of the film, starring Albert Prejean and Florelle

  • Martha Graham: The Dancer Revealed, a 1994 documentary produced for PBS’s American Masters series

  • Walt Curtis, the Peckerneck Poet: a documentary about the author of the book Mala Noche, directed by animator and friend Bill Plympton

  • 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

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