A wonderful comedy of a young lady surpressed by society exploring her identity by seeing just what it's like to be a man. I don't think it's as LBGT as...
Gypsy BloodA Spanish cavalryman falls in love with Carmen, a gypsy dancer, which leads to his demise. He gives up everything for her (including his girlfriend and his honor) but she tosses him aside and goes after a matador. Admittedly, not the most remarkable print of this film in existence but the best...Subscribe to to watch now
The DollProduced in Berlin in 1919, Ernst Lubitsch's THE DOLL (DIE PUPPE) is a charming romantic fantasy that shows the director already in full command of the now-legendary "Lubitsch touch." Presaging such playful sex comedies as Lubitsch's TROUBLE IN PARADISE and DESIGN FOR LIVING, THE DOLL follows the...Subscribe to to watch now
I Don’t Want to Be a ManIn I DON'T WANT TO BE A MAN, a teenaged tomboy, tired of being bossed around by her strict guardian, impersonates a man so she can have more fun, but discovers that being the opposite sex isn’t as easy as she had hoped. What ensues is a gender-bending comedy that was decades...Subscribe to to watch now
The Oyster PrincessFans of the legendary director Ernst Lubitsch have often spoken of the “Lubitsch touch,” that hard-to-define quality that is present throughout his work. In THE OYSTER PRINCESS, a pampered American oyster tycoon decides to find a prince to marry his daughter but things don’t...Subscribe to to watch now
Anna BoleynThe tragic story of the second wife of England’s Henry VIII is given a first-class treatment by Lubitsch, complete with opulent sets and some beautifully-shot exterior sequences. Henny Porten (KOHLHIESEL’S DAUGHTER, BACKSTAIRS) gives a memorable performance as Boleyn, but the film really belongs...Subscribe to to watch now
SumurunIn the early 1920s, Ernst Lubitsch was among Germany’s leading directors and one of the few European filmmakers to consistently find success at the American box office. SUMURUN, originally released in the U.S. under the title ONE ARABIAN NIGHT, was among his greatest triumphs and helped secure...Subscribe to to watch now
The WildcatErnst Lubitsch has long been recognized as the director of some of Hollywood’s greatest comedies, including TROUBLE IN PARADISE (1932) and NINOTCHKA (1939). However, he made one of his best films while he was still an emerging filmmaker in his native Germany. THE WILDCAT, which was never released...Subscribe to to watch now
This film is like no other film I have ever seen. Employing dance, gesture, costume. acting, lighting and story of such a high caliber that I was left in awe...
Excellent early German gender-bender which should be of contemporary LGBT interest by Ernst Lubitsch, master of comedy of manners. Like "Anders Als Die Andern" also made in Germany in 1919...
This is probably classified as a short, but it's long enough at 45 minutes to be regarded as a feature film, one of the earliest by Ernst Lubitsch, whose famous...