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99€ Films99€ Films 08 September 2001
Anyone can hold a mini-DV camera. Anyone can get 99 euros in credit. And everyone has already written a five-minute story in school. So everyone is actually prepared to make a 99euro-film. but "99euro-films" is more. It is the proof that German films can also be wild, new, modern, funny, political and entertaining. And all that in 80 minutes. 12 young German filmmakers come together, inspire exciting young actors and go: have an idea and simply film it. Just do it and be independent.
Golden Films - A Little PrincessGolden Films - A Little Princess 01 January 1996
The 1996 direct-to-video animated version of this classic tale, as directed by Laura Shephard.
Sickies Making FilmsSickies Making Films 22 February 2018
A love letter to film history, Sickies Making Films looks at our urge to censor movies and asks, Why? By focusing on the Maryland Board of Censors, the nation's longest lasting censor board, we discover reasons both absurd and surprisingly understandable.
Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon FilmsElectric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films 18 September 2015
Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus were two movie-obsessed cousins from Israel who became Hollywood’s ultimate gate-crashers. Following their own skewed version of the Great American Dream, they bought an already low-rent brand – Cannon Films – and ratcheted up its production to become so synonymous with schlock that the very sight of its iconic logo made audiences boo throughout the 1980s. And yet who could have foreseen how close they came to nearly taking over Hollywood and the UK film industry?
Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 1Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 1 06 November 2007
Pixar's unprecedented string of hit animated features was built on the short films in this collection. John Lasseter and Ed Catmull used these cartoons the way Walt Disney used the "Silly Symphonies" during the 1930s: as a training ground for artists and a way to explore the potential of a new medium. Although it's only 90 seconds long, "Luxo, Jr." (1986) ranks as the "Steamboat Willie" of computer animation: For the first time, audiences believed CG characters could think and feel. (It was also the first CG film to make audiences laugh.) The long-unseen films for Sesame Street are an unexpected bonus.
Golden Films - Beauty and the BeastGolden Films - Beauty and the Beast 04 September 1993
The magic of love comes alive in this spirited animated version of one of the most beautiful stories ever told, an enchanting fairy tale that will transport your family to a place of wondrous entertainment
The Best of Martial Arts FilmsThe Best of Martial Arts Films 01 January 1990
The most explosive barehanded combat sequences ever filmed. An electrifying video of martial arts mastery and mayhem. This program takes a behind-the-scenes look at the weapons, the mystical eastern philosophy, and the incredible skills that have made martial arts films one of the most popular genres in the world today.
Forbidden FilmsForbidden Films 04 March 2014
Between 1933 and 1945 roughly 1200 films were made in Germany, of which 300 were banned by the Allied forces. Today, around 40 films, called "Vorbehaltsfilme", are locked away from the public with an uncertain future. Should they be re-released, destroyed, or continue to be neglected? Verbotene Filme takes a closer look at some of these forbidden films.
Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films CollectionWalt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection 18 August 2015
INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SHORTS: "John Henry," "Lorenzo," "The Little Matchgirl," "How To Hook Up Your Home Theater," "Tick Tock Tale," "Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa," "The Ballad Of Nessie," "Tangled Ever After," "Paperman," "Get A Horse!", "Feast," "Frozen Fever"
Five Films for a Hundred YearsFive Films for a Hundred Years 02 January 1995
A collective film made to celebrate the centenary of cinema.
DC Films Presents Dawn of the Justice LeagueDC Films Presents Dawn of the Justice League 19 January 2016
A documentary special taking a look at the upcoming films making up the DC Universe. Kevin Smith hosts with Geoff Johns, as they take a look at Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, the upcoming Wonder Woman and Justice League movies.
Ultraman Hayata: The Lost FilmsUltraman Hayata: The Lost Films 01 April 2005
This DVD set have all The Ultraman pre-release lost films, recorded in 8mm, and release officialy in 2005 with a photobook.
1001 Films1001 Films 01 January 1989
An ode to film preservation, it presents a night-time visit to a seemingly depopulated repository (presumably the Royal Film Archive of Belgium), juxtaposing a series of images of observation, reconstruction, and projection using film fragments - from the hand-painted, altered image frames of Georges Méliès' Kingdom of the Fairies to the iconic image of Louise Brooks - to turn the archive into a temporal wonderland of novel discoveries, hidden treasure, re-awakened curiosity, and critical re-assessment.
Films Confiscated from a French BrothelFilms Confiscated from a French Brothel 02 June 2019
"Films Confiscated from a French Brothel" is a bare all Avant-garde Anthology homage to silent stag films.
Five-Minute FilmsFive-Minute Films 21 August 2019
A series of five five-minute shorts examining everyday life in Britain of the mid-1970s.
Jam Films SJam Films S 15 January 2005
Jam Films S is a Japanese omnibus movie. It was released by Phantom FIlm in Japan on January 15, 2005. The movie follows 2002’s Jam Films and its 2004 sequel Jam Films 2. This time around, the overall theme is “S” which stands for succession, success, and special. There are seven shorts, all produced by Ryuhei Kitamura. Included are the shorts Tuesday by Kenji Sonoda, Heaven Sent by Ryuichi Takatsu, Blouse by Hitoshi Ishikawa, New Horizon by Ryo Teshima, Suberidai by Yuichi Abe, Alpha by Daisaburo Harada, and Suit by Masaki Hamamoto.
On Construction of Griffith' FilmsOn Construction of Griffith' Films 01 January 2006
In On Construction of Griffith' Films we picked a sequence from Griffith Intolerance (1916). It shows a dialogue between a man and a woman, filmed and edited as shot and counter shot. We reproduce the shot on two monitors to reveal its narrative character and also because analysis requires us to dissect something. The narrative form of shot / counter shot, which would later become the norm for depicting dialogue in film, remains novel here. A few years earlier Griffith had still used tracking shots to tell his stories. In The Lonedale Operator (1911), cuts were made only when the scene changed; a cut in the movie's story line. In Intolerance, cinematography had already achieved such a level of independence that it was the camera that constituted a room with it's detail. -Harun Farocki
Jam FilmsJam Films 01 January 2002
Jam Films is a 2002 suite of 7 shorts produced by Sega/Amuse.
24 Films24 Films 02 January 1975
Made between 1970 and 1975, Jeff Keen's films always contain internal layers and films within films. The twenty-four films here include hand-painted work, animation and montage.