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  • 1984Free – George Orwell’s classic novel adapted to film by the BBC. (1954)
  • A Farewell to ArmsFree – Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes star in film based on famous novel by Ernest Hemingway. (1932)
  • Alexander NevskyFree – A historical drama film directed by the great Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein. Alternate version on YouTube here. (1938)
  • Alice in WonderlandFree – Theatrical version of Lewis Carroll’s classic features a combination of live characters and puppets, created by master puppeteer Louis Bunin. (1949)
  • All Quiet on the Western FrontFree – This is a classic based on a novel by German author Erich Maria Remarque. (1930)
  • An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge - Free – French short film directed by Robert Enrico. Won awards at Cannes Film Festival and Academy Awards. (1962)
  • Andrei RublevFree – Andrei Tarkovsky’s film charting life of the great icon painter. Click CC for subtitles. Part 2 here. (1966)
  • Angel on My ShoulderFree – A gangster comedy starring Claude Rains and Paul Muni. (1946)
  • Baby Doll - Free – Directed by Elia Kazan. Written by Tennessee Williams. With Karl Malden and Carroll Baker. A controversial film that ended up being an award winner. (1956)
  • Becky SharpFree – The first feature film to use three-strip Technicolor film, or, put differently, the first real color film. (1935).
  • Brave New WorldFree – A BBC adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s classic (1980). Also see 1998 TV adaptation here.
  • Breaking the CodeFree - Features Derek Jacobi as Turing and Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter as the mysterious “Man from the Ministry.” Directed by Herbert Wise, the film is based on a 1986 play by Hugh Whitemore. (1996)
  • Breathless/Au bout de souffleFree – Godard’s classic with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg. (1960)
  • Captain Kidd - Free - Charles Laughton and John Carradine star in film with drama on the high seas (1945).
  • CharadeFree - Starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. Part romance, comedy and thriller, it has been called “the best Hitchcock movie that Hitchcock never made.” (1963) (US viewers only)
  • Cul-de-SacFree - A psychological thriller by Roman Polanski, the film stars Donald Pleasence, Françoise Dorléac, and Jacqueline Bisset. (1966)
  • Cyrano De BergeracFree – Michael Gordon’s tale based on the classic French tale. (1950)
  • Darwin - Free - 53-minute exploration of the life and work of Charles Darwin by Peter Greenaway. (1993)
  • DiaryFree – Short film by Tim Hetherington (director of Restrepo) that reflects on his ten years of war reporting. (2010)
  • Don Quixote - Free – Orson Welles’ famous “unfinished” Spanish film. Filming stopped with the death of Francisco Reiguera, the actor playing Quixote, in 1969.
  • Dry SummerFree – Turkish film restored by Martin Scorsese’s WCF. (1974)
  • Duet for CannibalsFree - A tale of emotional cannibalism by Susan Sontag. A pair of psychological & sexual cannibals come close to devouring a younger couple. (1969)
  • East of BorneoFree – One of America’s most famous surrealist short films with Rose Hobart. (1931)
  • Eat, Sleep & Kiss – FreeThree silent anti-films by Andy Warhol. (1963-1964)
  • Escape from Sobibor - Free - Alan Arkin stars in film revisiting Jewish breakout from Nazi death camp. (1987)
  • EvidenceFree – From the maker of Koyaanisqatsi, a short film about kids watching cartoons (1995).
  • Eyes Without a FaceFree – Directed by Georges Franju. French film subtitled in English. (1960)
  • Fear and Desire – FreeAn uncut print of Stanley Kubrick’s “lost” early film. Kubrick didn’t like how his first film came out, so removed it from circulation. (1953)
  • Fight for Your Right Revisited - Free - Adam Yauch commemorates the Beastie Boys’ legendary video for (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!). 30 minute surreal film stars Elijah Wood, Danny McBride and Seth Rogen. (2011)
  • Fists of FuryFree – Bruce Lee’s first major film in Hong Kong (1971).
  • Five Minutes to LiveFree – Amazing bank heist movie stars Johnny Cash, Vic Tayback, Ron Howard, and country music great, Merle Travis. (1961)
  • Flamenco at 5:15Free – Oscar-winning short film about a flamenco dance class given to senior students. (1983)
  • Franz Kafka’s It’s a Wonderful Life - Free – Oscar-winning short film that combines Kafka’s Metamorphosis with Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life. (1993)
  • Great ExpectationsFree – Based on the great Charles Dickens novel. (1946)
  • H is for HouseFree - Early film by Peter Greenaway features a list of words and pictures that are initialled by the letter H. (1973) 
  • Happy Go LovelyFree - A classic comedy with David Niven and Cesare Romero. (1951)
  • Hell’s HouseFree – With Bette Davis and Pat O’Brien. The film is set during the final days of prohibition. (1932)
  • HerculesFree – A 1958 Italian epic fantasy feature film based upon the Hercules myths. (1958)
  • Hiroshima mon amourFree – Major French film directed Alain Resnais. Written by Marguerite Duras. (1959)
  • His Girl FridayFree – Directed by Howard Hawks. A classic comedy with Cary Grant. (1940)
  • Impressions de la haute MongolieFree – Surrealist false documentary directed by Salvador Dalí and José Montes-Baquer, starring Salvador Dalí himself. (1976)
  • IndiscreetFree – Features superstar Gloria Swanson and directed by Leo McCarey. A comedy that’s almost Chaplinesque. (1931)
  • IntervalsFree – An early film by Peter Greenaway. A short examination of structure and sound. Shot in black & white in Venice. (1969)
  • It Happened One NightFree – Directed by Frank Capra, with Clark Gable. A classic! (1934)
  • It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time - Free – Indie film starring John Candy and Isaac Hayes. (1975)
  • It’s a Wonderful LifeFree – Directed by the great Frank Capra. Starring Jimmy Stewart. Another great classic! (1946)
  • Ivan’s ChildhoodFree – Andrei Tarkovsky’s first feature film. (1962)
  • J’attendrai le suivantFree – A French film nominated for an Academy Award for the Best Short Film in 2002.
  • Juno and the Paycock Free – Early sound film by Hitchcock also released under the name The Shame of Mary Boyle. (1930)
  • King LearFree – Jean-Luc Godard does Shakespeare. Requires downloading the Veoh player. (1987)
  • L’Âge d’OrFree – Surrealist film directed by Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel (his first film). Co-written by Salvador Dalí. (1930)
  • La Femme NikitaFree – Directed by Luc Besson. (US viewers only) (1990)
  • La Villa Santo Sospir - Free – 35-minute color film by Jean Cocteau offering tour of friend’s villa. (1952)
  • Lady Blue ShanghaiFree – David Lynch’s short movie that doubles as a commercial for Dior. Stars Marion Cotillard. (2010)
  • Le Voyage Dans La LuneFree – French science fiction black and white film. Loosely based on two popular novels by Jules Verne and H. G. Wells. (1902)
  • Les Mistons - Free – The second short film François Truffaut ever made and the first that ever satisfied him. (1957)
  • LumiereFree – A very short film by David Lynch. 55 seconds. (1966)
  • MFree – Classic film directed by Fritz Lang, with Peter Lorre. In German and high def. (1931)
  • Meet John DoeFree – Frank Capra’s comedy, with Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. (1941)
  • Meetin’ WAFree – In a short film Jean-Luc Godard meets Woody Allen. (1986)
  • Moby DickFree – Melville’s classic brought to the silver screen. Starring Gregory Peck and Orson Welles. (1956)
  • Monty Python’s And Now For Something Completely DifferentFree - A collection of Monty Python’s best sketches from the first two seasons of their TV show  (1971)
  • Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl - Free - The comic geniuses perform classic sketches and new material at the Hollywood Bowl. (1982)
  • Moulin Rouge - Free – Directed by John Huston and starring José Ferrer & Zsa Zsa Gabor, this film offers a fictional account of French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. (1952)
  • Mr. ArkadinFree - Orson Welles’s Mr. Arkadin (a.k.a. Confidential Report) tells the story of an elusive billionaire who hires an American smuggler to investigate his past. It was filmed in several Spanish locations, including Segovia, Valladolid and Madrid. (1955) (Limited to US audiences)
  • Mr. Smith Goes to WashingtonFree – One of the great films directed by Frank Capra and starring Jimmy Stewart. (1939)
  • My Best Friend’s BirthdayFree – First film directed by Quentin Tarantino. Some good rockabilly fun. (1987)
  • My Brother is ComingFree – A Hungarian film by Michael Curtiz, who went on to direct Casablanca. (1919)
  • Murder in Harlem - Free – Film by Oscar Micheaux, the first African-American to produce a feature-length film (1920) and sound movie (1931). His films provide a window into American views on race. (1935)
  • Night and FogFree – Alain Resnais’s film on the Holocaust. Truffaut called it the greatest film ever made. (1955)
  • Night Tide -Free- A thriller starring Dennis Hopper early in his career. YouTube version here. (1961)
  • Nostalghia – Part 1, 2, 3, 4 - Soviet film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. Won the FIPRESCI Prize at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival. (1983)
  • PatternsFree – Film based on Rod Serling story. Stars Van Heflin, Everett Sloane, and Ed Begley. (1956)
  • Penny SerenadeFree – With Cary Grant and Irene Dunne. (1941)
  • Plan 9 from Outer SpaceFree – An Ed Wood “classic.” Considered one of the worst films ever made. (1959)
  • Pond Way - Free – A lyrical, contemplative, sensuous piece by Merce Cunningham. Music by Brian Eno; Décor by Roy Lichtenstein. (1998)
  • PygmalionFree – Film based on George Bernard Shaw’s play. Won Oscar for best screenplay. (1938)
  • ¡Que viva México!Free – A film project begun in 1930 by Russian avant-garde filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein portraying Mexican culture and politics from pre-Conquest civilization to the Mexican revolution. The troubled film was eventually abandoned.
  • Reefer MadnessFree – A drug film for the ages. (1936)
  • Rembrandt’s J’accuseFree – An indie directed by Peter Greenaway. (2008)
  • Rich and Strange - Free –  Otherwise called East of Shanghai, the Hitchcock drama looks at a couple divided by an inheritance. (1931)
  • Road to BaliFree - With Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour. (1952)
  • Romance SentimentaleFree – Directed by Sergei Eisenstein. (1930)
  • Royal WeddingFree – With Fred Astaire. (1951)
  • ScroogeFree – The first sound version of Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol. Directed by Henry Edwards (1935)
  • Sex MadnessFree – This is to sex what Reefer Madness is to drugs. YouTube version here. (1938)
  • ShameFree – Produced by Roger Corman and starring William Shatner. Mystery film about a man sent into a southern town to stir up race riots. (1962)
  • Sid and NancyFree – The Sex Pistols revisited. With Gary Oldman and Chloe Webb. (1986)
  • Signs of Life (Lebenszeichen)Free - Werner Herzog’s first feature film and his first major commercial/critical success. (1968)
  • SistersFree – Directed by Brian DePalma with Margo Kidder. (1973)
  • Six Men Getting Sick (Six Times) Free -David Lynch`s very first short film. (1966)
  • SlackerFree – Richard Linklater’s Gen-X, generation defining indie film. (1991)
  • SolarisFree – Andrei Tarkovsky’s meditative psychodrama occurring mostly aboard a space station orbiting the planet Solaris. (1972)
  • Sopralluoghi in Palestina per il film “Il Vangelo secondo Matteo”Free - Pier Paolo Pasolini’s idiosyncratic views on Jesus as a historical figure. (1965)
  • Spider BabyFree – A black comedy horror film, written and directed by Jack Hill. Stars Lon Chaney Jr. (1968)
  • Stalker – Free: Part 1Part 2 - Legendary science fiction film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. (1979)
  • StrikeFree – Sergei Eisenstein’s first feature film and an indicator of the brilliant films to follow. (1925)
  • The 400 BlowsFree – François Truffaut became of the defining films of the French New Wave cinema (1959).
  • The AlphabetFree – David Lynch’s early short film. (1968)
  • The Amazing Quest of Ernest BlissFree – Cary Grant plays a rich socialite who makes a bet with his therapist that he can make a living for one year using none of his current wealth. (1936)
  • The AmputeeFree – A short film made by David Lynch for the American Film Institute while Eraserhead was in financial limbo. (1974)
  • The BigamistFree – Directed by Ida Lupino, a pioneer among women filmmakers. (1953)
  • The Blue AngelFree – The Weimar classic that made Marlene Dietrich an international star. YouTube version here. (1930)
  • The Brother from Another PlanetFree – A cult classic written, directed and edited by John Sayles. (1984)
  • The ContenderFree – Stars Buster Crabbe (best known for his role as Tarzan) in well known boxing film. (1944)
  • The Dead - Free – James Joyce’s brilliant short story adapted by John Huston, his last film. (1981)
  • The Discipline of D.E.Free – Gus Van Sant’s short, 16 mm, black and white adaptation of William S. Burroughs’ short story. (1978)
  • The Divorce of Lady XFree – British romantic comedy film starring Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon (1938).
  • The Fast And The FuriousFree – A 1950s B-action film written by Roger Corman. (1955)
  • The Great Dictator - Free – Charlie Chaplin loathed fascism and personally resented Adolf Hitler’s expropriation of The Tramp’s famous toothbrush moustache. He took his revenge with this hilarious and formally inventive film, released one year before America’s entry into World War II. (1940)
  • The Great Saint Louis Bank RobberyFree – Steve McQueen stars in a gritty, downbeat, and sometimes savage heist movie. YouTube version here. (1959)
  • The Immortal StoryFree – Orson Welles’ film had a successful run in French theaters, but it remains perhaps his least known film.  Stars Jeanne Moreau, and Roger Coggio. (1968)
  • The Invisible FrameFree – Directed by Cynthia Beatt. In German with English subtitles. (1983)
  • The House MaidFree – South Korean film restored by Martin Scorcese’s WCF. (1960)
  • The Jackie Robinson StoryFree – Starring Jackie Robinson himself. (1950)
  • The Jungle BookFree – Directed by Zoltan Korda, it starred Sabu, Jospeh Calleia, John Qualen, Frank Puglia, etc. (1942)
  • The Last FarmFree – Short Icelandic film nominated for Oscar in 2006.
  • The Last Man on EarthFree – Post apocalyptic horror film starring Vincent Price and based on Richard Matheson novel I Am Legend. (1964)
  • The Last Time I Saw ParisFree – Elizabeth Taylor and Van Johnson star in romantic drama based on F. Scott Fitzgerald ‘s story “Babylon Revisited.” YouTube version here. (1953)
  • The Little Shop of HorrorsFree – Directed by Roger Corman with Jack Nicholson. (1960)
  • The Lunch DateFree – Adam Davidson’s commentary on race in America. The short film won an Oscar and a prize at Cannes. (1989)
  • The Machine StopsFree - A UK science fiction TV show adapted E.M. Forster’s 1909 techno-dystopia story, The Machine Stops. (1966)
  • The Man with the The Golden Arm – Free- Directed by Otto Preminger. Starring Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak. Nominated for three Academy Awards. (1955)
  • The MirrorFree – Russian film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. Loosely autobiographical, the film features Tarkovsky’s wife Larisa Tarkovskaya. (1975)
  • The Night of Counting the YearsFree – Directed by Shadi Abdel Salam, this film is considered one of the finest Egyptian films ever made. (1969)
  • The Scarlet LetterFree - Robert G. Vignola’s adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic. (1934)
  • The Scarlet PimpernelFree – Adaptation of the classic adventure novel by Baroness Orczy. Stars Leslie Howard and Merle Oberon. (1934)
  • The Skin Game - Free – A 1931 Hitchcock film based on a play by John Galsworthy recounts the tragic tale of a family feud. (1931)
  • The Snows of KilimanjaroFree – Based on Hemingway’s classic novel set in Africa. Stars Gregory Peck. (1952)
  • The StrangerFree – Directed by Orson Welles and starring Edward G. Robinson and Loretta Young. This was Orson Welles’ only major box office success. Alternative version in higher def. (1946)
  • The Street FighterFree – One of Quentin Tarantino’s favorite karate films. (1974)
  • The ThreePenny OperaFree – G.W. Pabst’s early screen adaptation of Bertolt Brecht’s and Kurt Weill’s subversive social satire set in Victorian London. The film is in German, with no English subtitles, but is well worth watching for its visual mastery and the striking vintage performances from Weill’s score, including a memorable turn by Lotte Lenya as Jenny. (1931)
  • The Trial - Free – Based on Franz Kafka’s novel, Orson Welles called The Trial, “the best film I have ever made.” (1962)
  • The Umbrellas of Cherbourg / Les Parapluies de CherbourgFree – A 1964 French musical film directed by Jacques Demy, starring Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo. (1964)
  • The Wilde RideFree – A cult classic that features Jack Nicholson playing a rebellious punk in one of his first roles. (1960)
  • The Young LoversFree – Directed by Ida Lupino, this 1950 film tells the tale of a newly engaged woman who contracts polio. Film was also titled Never Fear. Alternate version here.
  • They Live -Free- John Carpenter’s 1988 cult classic offers an allegorical treatise on the evils of capitalism. (1988)
  • Tirez sur le pianiste (Shoot the Piano Player)Free – Francois Truffaut’s film based on pulp fiction thriller by David Goodis. (1960)
  • Touki BoukiFree – Senegalese film restored by Martin Scorcese’s WCF. (1973)
  • TransesFree – Film from Morocco restored by Martin Scorcese’s WCF. (1981)
  • TuileriesFree – A short twisted film by Joel and Ethan Coen. Stars Steve Buscemi and takes place in Paris. (2006)
  • Un Chant d’AmourFree – French writer Jean Genet’s only film. Because of its explicit (though artistically presented) homosexual content, the 26-minute movie was banned and disowned by Genet later in his life. 1950
  • UtopiaFree – Laurel & Hardy’s last film. (1951)
  • VirusFree – Post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie directed by Kinji Fukasaku and based on a novel written by Sakyo Komatsu. (1980)
  • Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric WomenFree – An early film by “New Hollywood” director Peter Bogdanovich (1968).
  • Waiting for Godot - Free – Excellent adaptation stars Barry McGovern as Vladimir, Johnny Murphy as Estragon, Alan Stanford as Pozzo and Stephen Brennan as Lucky. (2001)
  • War & PeaceFree - Soviet director Sergei Bondarchuk turns Tolstoy’s great novel into what Roger Ebert calls “the definitive epic of all time.” Won Academy Award – Best Foreign Language Film in 1969. (1965-1967)
  • Zéro de Conduite (Zero for Conduct)Free – Originally banned in France, the film was later honored by Truffaut in The 400 Blows. (1933)

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