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Macbeth

Directed by Orson Welles

Welles’ passion project was made at the scrappy Republic Pictures on discarded lots previously used for Roy Rogers Westerns. At

The Third Man

Directed by Carol Reed

Pulp novelist Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) travels to shadowy postwar Vienna at the invitation of an old friend, black-market opportunist

Jayne Eyre

Directed by Robert Stevenson

Charlotte Brönte’s gothic 1847 novel about a penniless girl’s resolute journey through life stars Welles as the mysterious, brooding Edward

Journey Into Fear

Directed by Orson Welles

Packed to the gills with his Mercury Theatre players, Journey into Fear is a Welles product through-and-through (though it was

The Magnificent Ambersons

Directed by Orson Welles

Following the success of Citizen Kane, Welles embarked upon one of the most famously disastrous productions of the 1940s. The

Citizen Kane

Directed by Orson Welles

Routinely voted—by critics, scholars, and filmmakers—as one of the best films ever made, Citizen Kane is many things at once:

Wonderful World End

Directed by Daigo Matsui

Incorporating live video feed-style footage, text message overlays, and more than its fair share of on-screen emoji, Matsui’s film is

When Marnie Was There

Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi

As the swan song of Studio Ghibli, one of the foremost animation studios in the world, When Marnie Was There

Ow

Directed by Yohei Suzuki

An aimless young man still living with his parents well into his twenties spies a mysterious black orb floating in

Sanchu Uprising: Voices at Dawn

Directed by Juichiro Yamasaki

Yamasaki’s highly inventive take on the jidaigeki (historical drama) concerns a group of rural farmers treated poorly by tax authorities

Ecotherapy Getaway Holiday

Directed by Shûichi Okita

Seven women of varying ages and backgrounds sign up for a chartered trip to a remote waterfall. Expecting relaxation and

Una Vida

Directed by Richie Adams

Based on the novel by Dr. Nicolas Bazan, Una Vida tells the intimate story of disheartened, grieving neuroscientist Dr. Alvaro