Restored Classics

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  • A Time for Dying - Trailer

    Aspiring to be a famous bounty hunter, Cass Bunning instead finds trouble in Silver City and after a run-in with the notorious outlaw Jesse James (Audie Murphy) meets an untimely end while facing the James Bandits in a final showdown.

  • All About Lily Chou-Chou - Trailer

    Yuichi is in the 8th grade and worships Lily Chou-Chou, a Bjork-like singer whose lush and transcendent music provides the perfect escape to the pain and anxiety of his brutal life. From acclaimed director Shunji Iwai.

  • Caro Diario - Trailer

    Nanni Moretti recounts three entries from his “diary” in the hilarious and intimate self-reflective comedy CARO DIARIO, which follows the filmmaker’s musing on cinema atop a Vespa, a trip to the Aeolian Islands to work on his new screenplay, and his search for health and wellness after breaking o...

  • Espaldas Mojadas - Trailer

    In Alejandro Galindo's timeless and poignant classic, Mexican worker Rafael Améndola is wanted by local authorities and negotiates a means of escape into the United States only to find new troubles across the border.

  • Fanchon the Cricket - Preview

    Based on an “adult fairy tale” by George Sand, FANCHON THE CRICKET stars Mary Pickford as a strong-willed waif ostracized by “acceptable society” until she shows them the power of love and understanding.

  • Farinelli - Trailer

    The incredible, true story of the 18th century opera singer, who was castrated to preserve his voice, comes to life in this Oscar-nominated drama of high notes and even higher passions.

  • Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask - Trailer

    Exploring Frantz Fanon’s long and tortuous inner journey, this innovative film biography weaves together documentary footage with readings from his works and dramatizations of key moments in his life.

  • Fritz Lang's Indian Epic - Trailer

    This 4K restoration of FRITZ LANG'S INDIAN EPIC presents the films THE TIGER OF ESCHNAPUR and THE INDIAN TOMB as they were originally created in 1959. These films are a product of their time and contain cultural and racial depictions that viewers may find offensive.

  • Gregory's Girl - Trailer

    Gregory is an awkward Scottish teenager who has fallen hard for Dorothy, the first female player on his school’s soccer team. When he finally musters the courage to ask Dorothy on a date, nothing turns out as expected.

  • Hana-bi (Fireworks) - Trailer

    In Takeshi Kitano’s first true masterpiece, police detective Nishi (Kitano) takes desperate measures to try and set things right in a world gone wrong.

  • Hero - Trailer

    A disabled teenager and his two adoptive sisters embark on a trip across the United States. A film by Alexandre Rockwell.

  • In the Soup - Preview

    Broke filmmaker Adolpho Rollo (Steve Buscemi) is a Manhattan wannabe in love with the mysterious woman next door. He puts out an ad offering to sell his movie script for $500 and gets a response from Joe (Seymour Cassel), a semi-connected wise guy with a habit of committing oddball crimes.

  • Kamikaze 89 - Trailer

    In his final starring role, Rainer Werner Fassbinder plays a police lieutenant investigating a mysterious bomb threat in a totalitarian-controlled, cyberpunk-inspired dystopian future.

  • L'Innocente - Trailer

    Gabriele d'Annunzio’s passionate novel is brought to life in Luchino Visconti's final masterpiece. In 19th century Italy, Tullio (Giancarlo Giannini) grows bored with his wife, Giuliana (Laura Antonelli), and neglects her for his mistress, Countess Teresa Raffo (Jennifer O'Neill).

  • La Barraca - Preview

    A family moves into an abandoned cabin in rural Spain and suffers abuse at the hands of suspicious villagers.

  • La Rebelion de los Colgados - Preview

    Farmworkers rebel against the inhuman treatment they suffer inside a Mexican jungle logging camp.

  • Lenz - Trailer

    Alexandre Rockwell transposes 18th century Germany to New York's Upper East Side in his adaptation of Georg Büchner’s novella, Lenz, which chronicles the gradual descent of poet Jakob Lenz into insanity and madness.

  • Little Annie Rooney - Preview

    America’s Sweetheart Mary Pickford, stars as Annie, a tough “tomboy of the tenements” who calls on her gang of hoodrats to find out who shot her policeman father. When her brother Tim suspects it was her boyfriend, Annie must uncover the truth to prove his innocence. Newly restored from the origi...

  • Luis Buñuel’s Robinson Crusoe - Trailer

    Robinson Crusoe, a 17th-century man survives a shipwreck and then must carve out a life for himself on a deserted island. Based on Daniel Defoe's immortal classic.

  • Marquise - Trailer

    Born into poverty, Marquise (Sophie Marceau) makes the most of her exquisite beauty and resourceful guile to become one of the most celebrated actresses in the court of Louis XIV. Directed by Véra Belmont.

  • Midaq Alley - Trailer

    This acclaimed adaptation of Nobel prize winner Naguib Mahfuz's novel, explores the converging stories of a diverse group of individuals inside Mexico City and stars Salma Hayek.

  • Mr. Topaze - Trailer

    Honest French teacher Albert Topaze (Peter Sellers) falls prey to corrupt city official Castel Benac (Herbert Lom), who uses him as a front for one of his shady businesses. But Topaze gets the last laugh when he beats Benac at his own game.

    Long considered a “lost” classic, Sellers' lone featur...

  • Once Were Warriors - Trailer

    Amidst the streets of Auckland, Beth (Rena Owen) lives under the constant threat of her alcoholic husband, Jake (Temuera Morrison), in Lee Tamahori’s internationally-acclaimed box office triumph.

  • Pelle the Conqueror - Trailer

    1988 Oscar Winner for Best Foreign Language Film. A Swedish father (Max von Sydow) and his son flee their homeland to start a new life in Denmark.