Production Year: 1988 -Drama -Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski -Original Language: Polish -Classification: 18 years and over -Starring: Miroslaw Baka, Krzysztof Globisz -Studio: ARTIFICIAL EYE, (On Ciao since: 06/2006)
Production Year: 1988 -Drama -Director: Krzysztof Kieslowski -Original Language: Polish -Classification: 18 years and over -Starring: Grazyna Szapolowska, Olaf Lubaszenko -Studio: ARTIFICIAL (On Ciao since: 04/2005)
Drama -Director: Marco Berger -Original Language: English -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Mercedes Quinteros, Lucas Ferraro, Manuel Vignau, Antonella Costa, Carlos Echevarria - (On Ciao since: 02/2012)
Production Year: 2002 -Drama -Director: Wolfgang Becker -Original Language: English -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Daniel Bruhl, Katrin Sass, Chulpan Khamatova, Maria Simon -Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, UGC FILMS (On Ciao since: 12/2003)
Production Year: 2008 -Drama -Director: Yojiro Takita -Original Language: Japanese -Classification: 12 years and over -Starring: Masahiro Motoki -Award: Oscar -Studio: LACE GROUP, SONY DADC, ARROW FILMS (On Ciao since: 01/2010)
Production Year: 2001 -Drama -Director: Santosh Sivan -Original Language: Hindi -Classification: 12 years and over -Starring: Kareena Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Ajit, Danny Denzongpa, Rahul Dev -Studio: PRISM LEISURE, SONY DADC, IN2FILM (On Ciao since: 10/2003)
Production Year: 1973 -Action/Adventure -Director: Norifumi Suzuki -Original Language: Japanese -Classification: 18 years and over -Starring: Reiko Ike -FABULOUS FILMS LTD., Fremantle Home Entertainment, ARVATO SERVICES (On Ciao since: 03/2007)
Production Year: 1953 -Drama -Director: Max Ophuls -Original Language: French -Classification: Universal -Starring: Vittorio De Sica, Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer -Studio: METRODOME DISTRIBUTION, Second Sight Films Ltd. (On Ciao since: 10/2006)
Production Year: 2010 -Thriller -Director: Michael Rowe -Original Language: Punjabi\Urdu -Classification: 18 years and over -Starring: Gustavo Sanchez Parra, Monica Del Carmen -Studio: SONY DADC, FUSION MEDIA SALES, AXIOM FILMS INTERNATIONAL LTD (On Ciao since: 09/2010)
Production Year: 1993 -Drama -Director: Tomas Gutierrez Alea -Original Language: Spanish -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Vladimir Cruz, Mirta Ibarra, Jorge Perugorria -Studio: UNIVERSAL MUSIC OPERATIONS, MR BONGO FILMS (On Ciao since: 03/2009)
Production Year: 2008 -Thriller -Director: A.R. Murugadoss -Original Language: English\Hindi -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Aamir Khan -Studio: SONY DADC, LACE GROUP, ADLABS FILMS (On Ciao since: 03/2009)
Production Year: 2004 -Drama -Director: Luigi Farloni, Byambasuren Davaa -Original Language: Mongolian -Classification: Universal -Studio: UGC FILMS, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (On Ciao since: 07/2004)
Production Year: 2006 -Drama -Director: Julia Gavras -Original Language: French -Classification: 12 years and over -Starring: Julie Depardieu, Nina Kervel -Studio: ICA FILMS, SONY DADC, FUSION MEDIA SALES (On Ciao since: 03/2008)
Production Year: 2000 -Drama -Director: Aditya Chopra -Original Language: Hindi -Classification: Parental Guidance -Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Uday Chopra, Aishwarya Rai -Studio: ASIAN GOLD, YASH RAJ FILMS (On Ciao since: 04/2001)
Germany released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: German ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), English ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Biographies, Featurette, Interactive...... more
Germany released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: German ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), English ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Biographies, Featurette, Interactive Menu, SYNOPSIS: This is the unusual omnibus project: under the artistic direction of actor-director Rolf Peter Kahl, twelve young filmmakers have come together to tell small stories on a symbolic budget of 99 euros each. Logically enough, the outcome is entitled 99 Euro-Films and is a varied and insightful programme of short films, with works by Mark Schlichter, Sebastian Beer, Daniel Petersen, RP Kahl, Frieder Schlaich, Michael Klier, Miriam Dehne, Matthias Glasner, Peter Lohmeyer, Esther Gronenborn, Martin Walz and Nicolette Krebitz. By the way, the film was produced by Filmfest Oldenburg. The shortest film in the programme took the longest to shoot. 80000 Shots by Manfred Walther depicts the redevelopment of Potsdamer Platz. From 1990 to 2001, the filmmaker observed people, machines and history at work with his time-lapse camera. The result is a 55-minute symphony of images and music (composer: Andreas Czeschka). ...99 Euro Films
This impressive 18-disc box set collects all nine volumes of the BFI's celebrated British Transport Films DVD series and fully illustrates the wide range of...... more
This impressive 18-disc box set collects all nine volumes of the BFI's celebrated British Transport Films DVD series and fully illustrates the wide range of subjects the BTF Unit covered for over three decades.Released in a beautifully illustrated box containing slimlime cases and a fully illustrated booklet, with extensive notes and credits to each film, this remarkable collection serves much more than the transport enthusiast. It provides a unique insight into the changing social history of Britain from the 1950s to the 1980s. Over a whopping 38 hours and 125 films, The British Transport Films Collection covers it all.From the very first BTF film Berth 24, to rare gems such as E for Experimental, The Travolators and Old Sam the Signalman, to travelogues revealing a changing Britain like This Year London and Letter for Wales to much-loved classics like Blue Pullman, Elizabethan Express, Terminus and John Betjeman Goes by Train, there's truly something here for everyone. Throughout the films on this volume, the professional craftsmanship and artistry of the BTF Unit are on constant display. Their imaginative and innovative approaches to presenting an exhausting array of subjects remain an inspiration to filmmakers and fans alike.As always, the films on this collection have been digitally re-mastered from the best available film elements preserved at the BFI National Archive. Volumes included are: Vol- 1 On and Off the Rails. Vol- 2 See Britain by Train. Vol- 3 Running a Railway. Vol- 4 Reshaping British Railways. Vol- 5 Off the Beaten Track. Vol- 6 The Art of Travel. Vol- 7 Age of the Train. Vol- 8 Points & Aspects. Vol -9 Just the Ticket.
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), French ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ), Italian ( Subtitles ), Japanese...... more
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), French ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ), Italian ( Subtitles ), Japanese ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: With over three hours of films CINEMA16: AMERICAN SHORT FILMS is essential viewing for anyone with an interest in the moving image. The release of CINEMA16: AMERICAN SHORT FILMS follows the success of CINEMA16's first collection of British short films - featuring Chris Nolan, Ridley Scott, Mike Leigh, Stephen Daldry, Lynne Ramsay and Peter Greenaway amongst others - and it's follow-up EUROPEAN SHORT FILMS -featuring Lars von Trier, Jean Luc Godard and Lukas Moodysson further demonstrating it's dedication to this important area of filmmaking. An engrossing, eclectic collection of the most striking short films made by many of America's most respected directors. Includes The Lunch Date - Adam Davidson; Carmen - Alexander Payne; The Discipline Of D.E. - Gus Van Sant; Daybreak Express - D.A. Pennebaker; Vincent - Tim Burton; Terry Tate: Office Linebacker; The Wraith Of Cobble Hill - Adam Parrish King; Freiheit - George Lucas; Feelings - Todd Solondz; Terminal Bar - Stefan Nadelman; Necrology (Roll Call Of The Dead) - Standish Lawder; George Lucas In Love - Joe Nussbaum; Meshes Of The Afternoon - Maya Deren; Five Feet High And Rising - Peter Sollett; Paperboys - Mike Mills; Screen Test: Helmut - Andy Warhol.1.The Lunch Date (Dir. Adam Davidson, 1990, 11 mins)2.Carmen (Dir. Alexander Payne, 1985, 18 mins)3.The Discipline Of D.E. (Dir. Gus Van Sant, 1982, 13 mins)4.Daybreaker Express ...Cinema 16 - American Short Films ( The Lunch Date / Carmen / The Discipline Of D.E. / Daybreaker Express / Vincent / Terry Tate: Office Linebacker / The Wrath of Cobble Hill / Freiheit / Feelings / Terminal Bar / Necrology: Roll Call of the
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: French ( Mono ), English ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Box Set, Documentary, Interactive...... more
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: French ( Mono ), English ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Box Set, Documentary, Interactive Menu, Multi-DVD Set, Scene Access, Short Film, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: La Grande Illusion (1937): During WWI, three French officers are captured. Captain De Boeldieu is an aristocrat while Lieutenant Marechal was a mechanic in civilian life. Le Caporal Epingle (1952): An upper-class corporal from Paris is captured by the Germans when they invade France in 1940.La Merseillaise (1938): A news-reel like movie about early part of the Frensh Revolution, shown from the eyes of individual people.Le Testament Du Docteur Cordelier (1959): A lawyer, Joly (Teddy Bilis) is disturbed when his friend, the eminent psychiatrist and researcher, Dr Cordelier (Jean-Louis Barrault), makes out a Will leaving everything to a mysterious stranger, Opale.Le Dejeuner Sur L'Herbe (1959): Etienne Alexis, a candidate for president of the new Europe, is a scientist promoting artificial insemination for social betterment and therapy to eliminate passion.Elena Et Les Hommes (1956): Polish countess Elena falls in love with a French radical party's candidate, a general, in pre-World War I Paris, but another officer pines for her. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: BAFTA Awards, Berlin International Film Festival, Oscar Academy Awards, Venice Film Festival, ...Jean Renoir Collection 6-DVD Box Set ( La grande illusion / Le testament du Docteur Cordelier / Le déjeuner sur l'herbe / Le caporal épinglé / La Marseillaise / Elena et les hommes ) ( The Grand Illusion / The Testament of Doctor Cordelier
Marvel Complete Animation Collection - 8 Films [DVD]
Get into the action with Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Thor, Captain America and more! Own the mightiest names in the Marvel universe in one complete action-packed...... more
Get into the action with Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Thor, Captain America and more! Own the mightiest names in the Marvel universe in one complete action-packed 8-DVD set of Marvel Animated Features. The first-ever animated full length movies from Marvel are bursting with the thrilling stories and stunning animation that stays true to its comic book roots. These 8 films deliver the ultimate Marvel experience! Films include: Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Avengers 2, The Invincible Iron Man, Planet Hulk, Hulk Vs Thor/Wolverine, Thor Tales of Asgard, Doctor Strange and The Next Avengers.
Advantages: A fantastic collection of shorts. Disadvantages: None.
...feel is very well communicated into English (as well as it can be).
The menu titles can be shown in French, German, Spanish, and Italian, as well as English.
Voilà! - A wonderful DVD that should be considered an imperative buy for all world cinema lovers.
Each short has a wonderful and unique feel to it; Cinema16 is the perfect European shorts collection.
A must have.
Advantages: Extensive DVD range, decent quality streaming, good value and quick delivery. Disadvantages: Mediocre selection of films on streaming service, don't always get the DVD you want...
...membership if the postal service to your area proves consistently unreliable.' I suppose this is fair enough as no doubt there are people who could exploit the service to engage in a bit of DVD thievery.
*~Send me the damn X-files DVD or so help me!~*
Lovefilm is brilliant as I can watch a film once without having to buy the DVD or go to the cinema and if I wish, I never have to watch it again...
Advantages: A great glimpse at old, old films Disadvantages: There are none, but you need to like this kind of thing
...This two-DVD set from the BFI costs about £15. Cinema was ?officially? invented in 1895 by the French Lumiere brothers (Edison in the USA had invented a kind of a moving picture as early as 1892, but it wasn?t ?cinema? ? i.e. something that was projected from a lamp onto a screen, and I don?t think any examples have survived anyway). Having grown up with moder...