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Aguirre, the Wrath of God
Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes
Dir. Werner Herzog
(1972)    94 minutes

Spanish conquistadors searching for a mythical "city of gold" in 16th-century Peru descend into madness as they penetrate ever-deeper into the then-uncharted Amazonian interior.

The Seventh Dwarf
The Seventh Dwarf

Dir. David Gottlieb
(1976)    89 minutes

Stuart Guber has decided to drop back into society, by leaving his performance artist girlfriend and accepting a job working for a top record label.

Round About Hollywood
Round About Hollywood

(1931)    7 minutes

ROUND ABOUT HOLLYWOOD provides a rare peek at Los Angeles in general and Hollywood in particular as the ordinary citizen might have seen it in 1931.

Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell...
Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards!

Dir. Seijun Suzuki
(1963)    88 minutes

Anarchic, breakneck paced, darkly comic, and stylish to the extreme, DETECTIVE BUREAU 2-3: GO TO HELL BASTARDS! was a movie unlike anything audiences had ever seen.

Neighbours
Neighbours

Dir. Norman McLaren
(1952)    8 minutes

In this Academy Award®-winning short film, the principles normally used to put drawings or puppets into motion is used to animate live actors.

Extraordinary Cab Accident
Extraordinary Cab Accident

Dir. Walter Booth
(1903)    1 minute

The incident in EXTRAORDINARY CAB ACCIDENT is extraordinary for at least two reasons: the moment is apparently caught on film and it ends in a most unexpected fashion.

Night Tide
Night Tide

Dir. Curtis Harrington
(1961)    85 minutes

A sailor on shore leave becomes fascinated by a woman who poses as a mermaid in an oceanfront carnival.

Rudolph Valentino
Rudolph Valentino

(1941)    10 minutes

This Astor Pictures newsreel covers the brief career (but mostly the sudden death) of silent film star Rudolph Valentino.

Vanishing Waves
Vanishing Waves

Dir. Kristina Buožyte
(2012)    120 minutes

Lukas (Marius Jampolskis) is a researcher who volunteers for a sensory deprivation experiment attempting to communicate with Aurora (Jurga Jutaite), a young comatose woman.

The Skin I'm In
The Skin I'm In

Dir. Broderick Fox
(2012)    85 minutes

In 2005, filmmaker Broderick Fox was found on the Berlin subway tracks with his head split open and a lethal blood alcohol level of 0.47. Strangers pulled him to safety, giving him a second chance at life.

The Dog and His Various Merits
The Dog and His Various Merits

Les chiens et ses services
(1908)    2 minutes

A silent paean to the powers of the pooch, this French short gives just a handful of examples of the dog in action with atmospheric renderings of provincial French life of the period.

Animals
Animals

Dir. Marçal Forés
(2012)    94 minutes

This very unconventional coming-of-age tale is an intoxicating blend of fantasy and cold reality, as it follows a shy teenager's perilous period when exciting but troubling sexuality enters into his formerly innocent world.

Shoot the Sun Down
Shoot the Sun Down

Dir. David Leeds
(1978)    99 minutes

In this adventurous western set in 1836, four misanthropic people band together to find a golden treasure. But as they progress, members of the group begin double and triple-crossing each other in hopes of getting all the gold for themselves.

Toad Road
Toad Road

Dir. Jason Banker
(2012)    75 minutes

Young James kills time with his small town druggie friends until he meets Sara. But just as James wants to abandon the narcotics life, Sara wants him to take her further into mind-altering experimentation.

Anatomy of a Psycho
Anatomy of a Psycho

Dir. Boris Petroff
(1961)    74 minutes

In this early exploitation classic, the brother of a convicted murder set to be executed takes revenge against the people he believes were responsible for his brother’s demise.

A Phantasy
A Phantasy

Dir. Norman McLaren
(1952)    7 minutes

Norman McLaren uses a variety of techniques to create dreamlike sequences that transport the audience into an intriguing imaginary world.

From Show Girl to Burlesque Queen
From Show Girl to Burlesque Queen

(1903)    1 minute

A pretty young woman steps behind a dressing screen to prepare for the stage in this teasing short from the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company.

Airy Fairy Lillian Tries on Her ...
Airy Fairy Lillian Tries on Her New Corsets

(1905)    1 minute

A heavyset young woman asks for help in fitting into a new corset but it proves a challenge even for two assistants in this unattributed 1905 comic short from New York-based American Mutoscope and Biograph.

Elvis: Return to Tupelo
Elvis: Return to Tupelo

Dir. Michael Rose
(2008)    91 minutes

Narrated by prolific country musician and actor Kris Kristofferson, this feature-length documentary takes an intimate look at Elvis Presley’s childhood growing up in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Georges Méliès: Cinema Magician
Georges Méliès: Cinema Magician

Dir. Luciano Martinengo, Patrick Montgomery
(1978)    22 minutes

CINEMA MAGICIAN offers a look at the turn-of-the-century political cartoonist-turned-stage magician who unwittingly became cinema's first auteur (the film details Méliès' many on-set roles) and special effects wizard.