• Watership Down

    Directed by Martin Rosen • 1978 • United Kingdom
    Starring John Hurt, Richard Briers, Michael Graham-Cox

    With this passion project, screenwriter-producer-director Martin Rosen brilliantly achieved what had been thought nearly impossible: a faithful big-screen adaptation of Richard Adams’s classic...

  • Watership Down

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    Directed by Martin Rosen • 1978 • United Kingdom
    Starring John Hurt, Richard Briers, Michael Graham-Cox

    With this passion project, screenwriter-producer-director Martin Rosen brilliantly achieved what had been thought nearly impossible: a faithful big-screen adaptation of Richard Adams’s classic...

  • Split Screen: S1-E1 Spike Lee, the Real Fargo, Waters Shocks
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    SPLIT SCREEN: Season One - ...

    Split Screen: S1-E1 Spike Lee, the Real Fargo, Waters Shocks

    SPLIT SCREEN: Season One - Split Screen Season One

    Spike Lee’s first decade; John and Bob the Mailman; HANG YOUR DOG IN THE WIND (movie about making movies); the real Fargo—Brainerd, MN; and the Gruesome Twosome: an encounter with John Waters and Herschell Gordon Lewis. Original airdate 03/10/1997

  • Multiple Maniacs

    Directed by John Waters • 1970 • United States

    The gloriously grotesque second feature directed by John Waters is replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema's most memorably blasphemous moments. Made on a shoestring budget in Waters' native Baltimore, with th...

  • MULTIPLE MANIACS Commentary

    This audio commentary from 2016 features writer-director John Waters and was recorded in New York.

  • Breaker Morant
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    Australian New Wave - Austr...

    Breaker Morant

    Australian New Wave - Australian New Wave

    Directed by Bruce Beresford • 1980 • Australia
    Starring Edward Woodward, Jack Thompson, John Waters

    At the turn of the twentieth century, three Australian army lieutenants are court-martialed for alleged war crimes committed while fighting in South Africa. With no time to prepare, an Australian ...

  • Multiple Maniacs

    6 videos

    Criterion Collection Edition #863

    The gloriously grotesque second feature directed by John Waters is replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema’s most memorably blasphemous moments. Made on a shoestring budget in Waters’ native Baltimore, with the filmmaker tak...

  • Breaker Morant

    9 videos

    Directed by Bruce Beresford • 1980 • Australia
    Starring Edward Woodward, Jack Thompson, John Waters

    At the turn of the twentieth century, three Australian army lieutenants are court-martialed for alleged war crimes committed while fighting in South Africa. With no time to prepare, an Australian ...

  • 30/30 Vision: 3 Decades of Strand Releasing

    Since its founding in 1989, Strand Releasing has brought bold independent, art-house, and documentary films from around the world to American screens and home video, including many trailblazing works of queer cinema. To commemorate its thirtieth anniversary, Strand asked more than thirty filmmake...

  • 30/30 Vision: 3 Decades of Strand Releasing

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    Since its founding in 1989, Strand Releasing has brought bold independent, art-house, and documentary films from around the world to American screens and home video, including many trailblazing works of queer cinema. To commemorate its thirtieth anniversary, Strand asked more than thirty filmmake...

  • Everybody Rides the Carousel
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    Six Films by Faith and John...

    Everybody Rides the Carousel

    Six Films by Faith and John Hubley - Short Films by Faith and John Hubley

    Directed by John Hubley • 1976 • United States

    Inspired by psychologist Erik Erikson’s theories of human social development, this singular animated journey takes viewers through the eight stages of life, from birth to death. The freewheeling watercolor visuals of animators John and Faith Hubley,...

  • Everybody Rides the Carousel

    1 video

    Directed by John Hubley • 1976 • United States

    Inspired by psychologist Erik Erikson’s theories of human social development, this singular animated journey takes viewers through the eight stages of life, from birth to death. The freewheeling watercolor visuals of animators John and Faith Hubley,...

  • Sabotage

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock • 1936 • United Kingdom
    Starring Sylvia Sidney, Oskar Homolka, John Loder

    This loose adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s novel “The Secret Agent” is one of the high-water marks of Alfred Hitchcock’s early British period. Sylvia Sidney is the unsuspecting wife of a London c...

  • Sabotage

    1 video

    Directed by Alfred Hitchcock • 1936 • United Kingdom
    Starring Sylvia Sidney, Oskar Homolka, John Loder

    This loose adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s novel “The Secret Agent” is one of the high-water marks of Alfred Hitchcock’s early British period. Sylvia Sidney is the unsuspecting wife of a London c...

  • À nos amours

    Directed by Maurice Pialat • 1983 • France
    Starring Sandrine Bonnaire, Evelyne Ker, Maurice Pialat

    With his raw style of filmmaking, Maurice Pialat has been called the John Cassavetes of French cinema, and the scorching À NOS AMOURS is one of his greatest achievements. In a revelatory film debut...

  • À nos amours

    12 videos

    Directed by Maurice Pialat • 1983 • France
    Starring Sandrine Bonnaire, Evelyne Ker, Maurice Pialat

    With his raw style of filmmaking, Maurice Pialat has been called the John Cassavetes of French cinema, and the scorching À NOS AMOURS is one of his greatest achievements. In a revelatory film debut...

  • The Olympics in Mexico
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    100 Years of Olympic Films:...

    The Olympics in Mexico

    100 Years of Olympic Films: 1912–2012 - 100 Years of Olympic Films: 1912–2012

    Directed by Alberto Isaac • 1969 • Mexico

    Mexican former Olympic swimmer Alberto Isaac's record of the Mexico City Olympic Games is a celebration not of national achievement (very few national anthems are heard during the film), but of individual heroism. This thoughtful and comprehensive film b...

  • The Olympics in Mexico

    1 video

    Directed by Alberto Isaac • 1969 • Mexico

    Mexican former Olympic swimmer Alberto Isaac's record of the Mexico City Olympic Games is a celebration not of national achievement (very few national anthems are heard during the film), but of individual heroism. This thoughtful and comprehensive film...

  • A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China

    Directed by Philip Haas • 1988 • United States
    Starring David Hockney

    Artist David Hockney invites you to join him on a captivating journey through China via a magnificent, seventy-two-foot-long seventeenth-century Chinese scroll. Painted by Wang Hui (1632–1717) and his assistants, the work, kno...

  • A Day on the Grand Canal with the Emperor of China

    1 video

    Directed by Philip Haas • 1988 • United States
    Starring David Hockney

    Artist David Hockney invites you to join him on a captivating journey through China via a magnificent, seventy-two-foot-long seventeenth-century Chinese scroll. Painted by Wang Hui (1632–1717) and his assistants, the work, kno...