Stand!November 29, 2019
In post-World War I Winnipeg, a Ukrainian immigrant and a Jewish woman get caught up in a labour strike.
Vinterdag 1914April 17, 1978
A solitary railway station in northern Sweden on a bitter cold winter day 1914. Based on a short story from 1944.
Bugatti: A Thirst for SpeedMarch 11, 2018
The story of the Bugattis of Milan and Molsheim, the eccentric family behind the brand. Carlo, the patriarch and furniture designer. Rembrandt, the troubled sculptor. Ettore, the gifted engineer. Jean, the unfortunate heir. Art and design. Beauty and luxury. The fastest cars. Races. The need for speed.
KlyftanDecember 18, 1973
A story about 10-year-old Ruth and her life in Jakobstad in the years 1917-1918, during the Finnish Civil War. Based on a novel by Anna Bondestam.
To Garbo and LeninApril 25, 2018
Greta Garbo and Vladimir Lenin meet at PUB department store in Stockholm in 1917. They both have lost a dream, and they start a conversation that remains all day while they are walking through the city.
The Dawson PatrolMarch 25, 1977
A dramatization of the true story of four men of the North West Mounted Police who, in 1910, set out on a patrol from Fort McPehreson in Canada's Nortwest Territories to Dawson City, Yukon, 500 miles away - and who never reached their destination.
In the early 20th Century, a handsome young man leaves a small family farm and becomes the mastermind of a rebellion that changed Ireland forever. Follows the events that led famine Ireland to free Ireland - the 1916 Easter Rising Rebellion and the driving force behind it, Seán MacDiarmada, hero to Michael Collins.
Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent FilmOctober 11, 2015
A compilation of British newsreels and films taken from the BFI National Archive; dating from 1913 to 1917, the footage charts the development of the suffragette movement and the campaign to obtain votes for women in the UK.
La madelonDecember 2, 1955
1914, a small village of the Marne. Charming and woken up, Madeleine, said the Madelon, who works in the coffee(café) of his father, Tourlourou, account of numerous pretenders. To the rich Antoine Pichot, she prefers corporal Beauguitte. When the war bursts, she(it) searches for the latter.
Villa Des RosesFebruary 27, 2002
In 1913, a young woman starts work as a maid in a seedy Parisian boarding house full of eccentrics. When she falls in love with one of the guests, she must choose between her son and her new romance.
Arbuckle & Keaton, Volume TwoSeptember 5, 2001
A collection of five silent comedy shorts co-starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton, and produced by their own Comique Film Company: BACK STAGE (1919), GOOD NIGHT, NURSE! (1918), CONEY ISLAND (1918), THE ROUGH HOUSE (1918), and THE GARAGE (1920). Volume Two of a two-volume DVD series from Kino Video. Musical score by the Alloy Orchestra.
Wild LeagueOctober 24, 2019
Varlam decides to leave his home and life as a peasant in order to be with his beloved one. To get some money, he tries himself as a street fighter and is noticed by an Englishman and an avid gambler Parker. The latter gives him a chance to become a professional soccer player in 1909 Russia. Now, Varlam has to not just break all the boundaries but to save his true love.
14-18: The Noise & the FuryNovember 11, 2008
Not everything has been told about World War One. This documentary tries to explain how tens of millions of men could have suffered the unbelievable toughness of life in trenches during the 4 year ordeal. How could they have accepted the idea of a sure death or injury while not being able to tell why they were fighting.
Arbuckle & Keaton, Volume OneSeptember 5, 2001
A collection of five silent comedy shorts co-starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton, and produced by their own Comique Film Company: THE BELL BOY (1918), THE BUTCHER BOY (1917), OUT WEST (1918), MOONSHINE (1918), and THE HAYSEED (1919). Volume One of a two-volume DVD series from Kino Video. Musical score by the Alloy Orchestra.
The Battle of Näsilinna 1918March 23, 2012
Depicting the Finnish Civil War from the White army's point of view. Lieutenant Melin's soldiers mission is to penetrate the heart of the city and overtake the Nasilinna Palace from the Reds.
The Eagle and the Lion: Hitler vs ChurchillSeptember 20, 2017
Winston Churchill, one of the most revered men of the twentieth century. Adolf Hitler, one of the most hated leaders in contemporary history. Between 1940 and 1945, these two enormously contradictory personalities faced each other in both politics and war. A clash of giants whose story begins in the trenches of the World War I and ends with the debacle of the World War II.
The Black VeilMarch 2, 1995
A rich, smart, charming philanthropist from Saint-Petersburg Andrei Rokshin is found dead at home. The culprit is a woman wearing a black veil. Investigator Sinev takes the case.
1918April 26, 1985
It's 1918, the height of United States involvement in World War I - Liberty Bonds are sold, German immigrants are suspected as traitors or saboteurs, young men everywhere succumb to the patriotism and propaganda and enlist. In a small Texas town, Horace Robedaux feels the pressure - he doesn't want to leave his young wife Elizabeth and their young child Jenny - but Elizabeth's can't-do-anything-right little brother is constantly talking about the war, and Elizabeth's stern father, who opposed the marriage initially, now has plans to take care of his daughter and the child so Horace can fight for his country. But the influenza epidemic sweeping the town (and the nation) may change everyone's plans.
A Stowaway on the Ship of FoolsDecember 27, 2016
The year is 1916. In occupied Belgrade, a mental hospital is the last free territory of Serbia.