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Includes the films; How It Feels to be Run Over (1900) Explosion of a Motor Car (1900) Rescued by Rover (1905) The Other Side of the Hedge (1905) The Fatal Sneeze (1907) Visit to Peak Frean's and Co's Biscuit Works (1906) A Day in the Life of a Coalminer (1910) Par le trou de serrure (1901) Ali Baba et les quarantes voleurs (1905) Aladin ou la lampe merveilleuse (1906) Le chaval emballe (1907) The Physician of the Castle (1908) Magic Bricks (1908) It's Scotch (1898) The Gay Shoe Clerk (1903) The find out more...

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Including the films: Sortie d'usine (1895), Repas de bebe (1895), Demolition d'un mur (1896), Le Jardinier et le petit espiegle (1895), Arrivee des Congessistes a Neuville-sur-saone (1895), Arrivee d'un train en gare a la ciotat(1895), Partie d'ecarte (1895), Barque sortant du port(1895), Leaving Jerusalem By Railway(1896), Bataillede Boules de Neige (1896), Pompiers a Lyon (1896), Niagara and Spanish Bullfight (1897) all by Auguste and Louis Lumiere. Voyage a travers l'impossible (Melies, 1904 find out more...

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Shackleton's historic journey from the ice flows of the Antarctic to safe haven and his equally astounding return journey is recounted and re-created, featuring new footage of the actual locations and interviews with surviving relatives of key expedition members. There are also archived audio interviews with expedition members, and much of the footage and still photos shot on the expedition. find out more...

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A remarkable documentary made by painstakingly searching for all the film-clips ever made of the Csar, his family and the surrounding events. Brilliantly edited the film achieves effects of irony, absurdity, pathos and grandeur. One of the most remarkable films ever made. find out more...
HAXAN (1922)

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A disturbing Danish film, reanacting witchcraft trials from the 15th and 16th on till the early 20th Century. Mixing scenes of reanactment, animation and illustrated slideshows to depict events of alleged real-life events and possessions, we are shown images of extreme cruelty which smack of the experimental edges of medical research. This must have been tantamount to the work of the devil when it first came out. Sick-minds they had back in 1922! The DVD has a choice of soundtracks, the best of find out more...

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Jack Johnson's first break into the public music arena was when his composition 'Rodeo Clowns' was chosen to be G-ILove and Special Sauce's first single off their 1999 album 'Philadelphonic'. He had long been a huge figure in the surfing world, having been born and raised in Hawaii. He fast became a renowned surfer and scored a pro contract with Quiksilver before he had left high school. His implicit creativity led him to study and graduate with a degree in film at Santa Barbara. This then led t find out more...

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A truly excellent documentary regarding the groundbreaking work of Georges Melies who (along with the Lumiere Brothers) provided early cinema with some of its most memorable images. Hollywood contempories like Spielberg and that arse George Lucas are on hand to throw in their two cents, but the film is really about the obsessive nature of a director who played the parts of writer, special effects creator, hand-tinter, backdrop artist, costumier and probably caterer too. A true visionary. The DVD find out more...

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A mesmerizing deconstruction of the man, his life, his loves, his humanity and their influence on a painter who stands not only as a genius but as the greatest artist of the twentieth century. Covering Picasso's early childhood in Spain towards the end of the nineteenth century up to his death in the South of France in the 1970's this is the definitive film biography of the great man. find out more...
REDS (1982)

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The film is based on the life of John Reed, the Communist, journalist, and writer who chronicled the Russian Revolution in his book Ten Days that Shook the World. The film works both as a history of the American left and as an epic romance, between Reed and Louise Bryant, an important feminist and radical journalist in her own right. After involvement with labour and political disputes in the US, they go to Russia in time for the 1917 October Revolution and, inspired, return to the US, hoping to find out more...

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Britain's silent film history is finally emerging after an era of neglect. As Matthew Sweet, writer and presenter of the programme, says, the silent era "was one of the most creative, extravagant, sensational and pleasurable periods of film production in this country". A fascinating documentary profiling in detail British film from 1859 to 1929, a nearly forgotten slice of cultural history, featuring archive footage and interviews with historians and survivors from the period. find out more...