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Footlight Parade

Directed by Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley

Busby Berkeley’s last of three “backstage musicals” made at Warner Bros. in 1933 is the delightful, somewhat overshadowed Footlight Parade,

Barefoot

Directed by Jan Svěrák

Based on his father’s coming-of-age memoir set during the waning years of World War II, Svěrák’s (Koyla, The Elementary School,

The Smallest Show on Earth

Directed by Basil Dearden

Matt (Bill Travers) and Jean (Virginia McKenna) are a young, newly married couple with their whole lives ahead of them.

Afterlife

Directed by Virág Zomborácz

Mózes, a rather neurotic young man in his twenties, is unable to meet his domineering father’s expectations. So when his

Daisies

Directed by Vera Chytilova

One of the most anarchic films of all time, Vera Chytilová’s absurdist farce follows the misadventures of two bored but

Rubin and Ed

Directed by Trent Harris

Wannabe self-help guru Ed (WKRP in Cincinnati's Howard Hesseman) is peddling spots in a get-rich-quick real estate seminar when he

Accumulator 1

Directed by Jan Svěrák

Recently restored, Svěrák’s wild, prescient comedy remains one of the most popular films in Czech cinema history. Olda (Petr Forman),

You and Me

Directed by Fritz Lang

Department store owner Mr. Morris (Harry Carey) runs a tight ship, but differs from his competitors in that he hires

Living is Easy With Eyes Closed

Directed by David Trueba

Beatles fans will recognize the title from the lyrics in “Strawberry Fields Forever,” which John Lennon wrote while in southern

Singin’ in the Rain

Directed by Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen

The greatest musical ever made? Many would vote for this exuberant valentine to the days when movies learned to talk.

Age of the A**hole

Directed by Jason Rosenblatt

A comedic tale of courtship in the age of app-based dating.

The Quartette

Directed by Miroslav Krobot

Set in a small Czech town, Krobot’s charming film follows a quartet of string players who meet frequently to rehearse