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March 11, 1933

A producer puts on what may be his last Broadway show, and at the last moment a chorus girl has to replace the star.

July 1, 1939

A temperamental director multiple times completely changes the concept during a movie's production.

February 2, 1949

A film director, in bad standing with his studio, tries to turn a local carnival dancer into a "French" movie star and pass her off as his big new discovery

October 20, 1964

The honest and meticulous cashier, Savvas, works in a business and is often pressured by his wife’s siblings to embezzle money from his job and lend it to them. When his manager, leaving on a trip, entrusts him with a million drachmas without a receipt, Savvas succumbs to the pressure and gives some of the money to his brother-in-law. In the end, however, an unexpected development awaits Savvas, since his manager is killed in an airplane crash and he has to decide what to do with the money.

November 6, 1967

A man finds out that his boss had a quarrel with his wife, so he now tries to present her as his housemaid.

December 31, 1969

Stage mother Dolly Murdock (Ann Sothern) forces her teenager daughter Tricia (Alexandra Hay) to work as an exotic dancer at a local nightclub.

Interview with German softcore film director Alois Brummer

Two apartments of an apartment building with common balcony, living two same-sex couples. At one resident Stephen with Fanny and the other Myrto with Tatiana. But other things show and others are as well in the apartments live two married couples. Stephen with Myrto and Fanis with Tatiana, who keep hidden their marriages, because women working as hostesses in an airline that does not allow their marriage...

January 1, 1976

A disillusioned and depressed film director is forced to confront his lack of humanity through his involvement in the death of a young actress and the suicide of her husband.

May 11, 1981

Danny Youngblood is a famed Hollywood director with a reputation for modeling sexy starlets into superstar actresses, and then turning his discoveries into his wives, one after another. However, Danny meets his match when he zeros in on his latest starlet/conquest, Margot Murray, who decides to turn the tables on him.

October 21, 1994

In 1939, WBN, a fourth radio network, is about to take to America's airwaves. As if the confusion of the premiere night wasn't enough, Penny Henderson, the owner's secretary, must deal with an unhappy sponsor, an overbearing boss and a soon-to-be ex-husband who desperately wants her back. As the broadcast begins, a mysterious voice breaks the broadcast and suddenly members of the cast turn up dead. It's up to her husband Roger, to find out whodunit as the police chase him through the halls of WBN.

A testament of the greta B-movie director Lucio Fulci, whose films inspired great director like Quentin Tarantino. Lucio Fulci gift a long meditation about moviemaking fascinating for his sincerity, irony e clearness, about his filmmaking and his particular career.

January 1, 1995

A documentary portrait of Michangelo Antonioni based on Roland Barthes' essay.

Martin Scorsese celebrates American movies from the silent classics to the Hollywood of the seventies.

October 28, 1995

The life story of Colin McKenzie, a forgotten pioneer of international cinema who was born in rural New Zealand in 1888.

Documentary about the life and works of Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini.

Paying homage to two of Hollywood's central icons, the film creates an unparalleled portrait of two very different personalities amidst the demise of the studio system.

October 7, 1999

This documentary covers Hitchcock's early British career, up to his move to America in 1940.

The Name of this Film is Dogme95 is an irreverent documentary exploring the origins of Dogme95, the most influential movement in world cinema for a generation. The film tells how a 'brotherhood' of four Danish directors armed with a radical Manifesto, has inspired, outraged and provoked filmmakers and filmgoers the world over. The rules of Dogme95 take filmmaking back to its brass-tacks - stories must be set in the here and now; the films must be shot on location, with a handheld camera, using natural light, and direct sound; the rules forbid murders and weapons (staples of the much-loved action-movie genre); and, most amusingly, the director must not be credited (that holds also for the director of The Name of this Film is Dogme95...).

February 11, 2002

Fulton and Pepe's 2000 documentary captures Terry Gilliam's attempt to get The Man Who Killed Don Quixote off the ground. Back injuries, freakish storms, and more zoom in to sabotage the project (which has never been resurrected).

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