25 new titles added today (I’ll update the post if more show up).
(Updated at 3:00pm Pacific, 7 more titles added)
The story of a father and two teenaged sons, and the rivalry between the two siblings as they begin to discover the attraction of girls.
A stark and beautifully compact retelling of the Joan of Arc tale based on the actual surviving records of her trial.
Maurice Pialat’s poetic 1960 short film about life on the outskirts of Paris.
Christian and Hindu creation stories mingle in this tale of the world’s first man and woman.
This documentary examines the evolution of the city of Delhi.
In his short documentary Vive le Tour, Louis Malle presents his energetic evocation of the Tour de France.
A wealthy woman mistakes the Little Tramp for her alcoholic husband.
Catherine Deneuve’s porcelain perfection hides a cracked interior in one of the actress’s most iconic roles: Séverine, a Paris housewife who begins secretly spending her afterÂnoon hours working in a bordello.
A would-be actress becomes involved with two would-be paramours–one more dangerous than the other.
What do a club devoted to model trains and the legendary film critic and painter Manny Farber have in common? These two lines intersect in Jean-Pierre Gorin’s film, which takes as its subject the desire to re-create the past.
So effervescent and charming that one can easily forget its importance in film history, Jean Vigo’s enormously influential portrait of prankish boarding-school students is one of cinema’s great acts of rebellion.
Anne joins a production of a Shakespeare play to solve the mystery of the of the suicide (or murder?) of the director’s friend, Juan.
This utterly unclassifiable film is a freewheeling farce, assembled from the ‘lost’ footage of the first Serbian talkie, a silly melodrama made during the Nazi occupation.
Louis Malle’s critically acclaimed Murmur of the Heart gracefully combines elements of comedy, drama, and autobiography in a candid portrait of a precocious adolescent boy’s sexual maturation.
An poor artist has purchased a winning lottery ticket. The only problem is, the ticket is in the pocket of his coat… which he left at his girlfriend’s place… who gave the coat to a fugitive… who sells the coat to an opera singer…
Jean Cocteau’s sublime adaptation of Mme. Leprince de Beaumont’s fairy-tale masterpiece’”in which the pure love of a beautiful girl melts the heart of a feral but gentle beast’”is a landmark of motion picture fantasy.
An unscrupulous couple plans to take advantage of the artist who rents them a room, but his kind personality soon catches them offguard.
A widow’s decision to return to her ex-lover is met with disapproval from her family.
When a wealthy, selfish family decides to take care of an elderly hobo who collapsed near their home, they are beset by visits from his numerous friends.
A wealthy man hires Tom Ripley to bring his playboy son back from Europe.
A passionate communist worker is discouraged by the changing political climate and the failure of his peers to live up to his ideals.
A woman leaves her unfulfilling marriage and embarks on a search for ideal love’”but neither a passionate affair with a younger man nor the return of an old romance can provide the answer she seeks.
When an engineer from Tokyo arrives on an island inhabited by the Futori family, he is drawn into their primitive culture and superstitions.
A man takes revenge on the colleague responsible for having him booted out of school and the Communist party.
MichÃ¨le catches the eye of a wealthy playboy as she begins to fall for a lowly worker.
An unsuccessful painter sells his soul for a talisman that will bring him fame and fortune.
A brutally honest look at the failure of Japan’s activist reform movement.
The conclusion of Michelangelo Antonioni’s informal trilogy on modern malaise, L’eclisse (The Eclipse) tells the story of a young woman who leaves one lover only to drift into a relationship with another (Alain Delon).
An ensemble of colorful dreamers live in a slum on the outskirts of Tokyo.
Family man Bernard (Gérard Depardieu) accidentally reconnects with a past lover (Fanny Ardant) when she and her husband move in next door.
Inspector Vorobechik and his aspiring actress girlfriend search for a serial killer who leaves mysterious calling cards.
On a winter night in Paris after the liberation, Jean Diego will meet a long lost comrade, villains of the war, a prophesizing tramp, and the most beautiful woman in the world.