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Rushmore

Directed by Wes Anderson

Rushmore was Anderson’s first commercial and critical breakthrough, earning its place as one of the key works of the American independent

Sholay

Directed by Ramesh Sippy

Often credited as the most popular film in the history of India and perhaps the one with the greatest impact

Show Me Love

Directed by Lukas Moodysson

Elin (Alexandra Dahlstrom) lives in the unremarkable small town Åmål, a fact over which she despairs to anyone who will

Small Change

Directed by François Truffaut

Following his critical successes with The 400 Blows, Jules and Jim, and other films, Truffaut achieved his greatest commercial success

Summer with Monika

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

Originally regarded as an erotic exploitation film, Monika enjoyed reappraisal as Bergman gained international recognition. Here he first articulates his

Summertime

Directed by David Lean

Jane (Katharine Hepburn), a lonely American spinster on vacation in Venice and hoping to find romance, succumbs to a passionate,

Swing Time

Directed by George Stevens

Gambling hoofer Lucky Garnett (Fred Astaire) leaves his bride standing at the altar one too many times and now must

The Barefoot Contessa

Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Humphrey Bogart plays Harry Dawes, a recovering alcoholic film director who plucks simple nightclub dancer Maria Vargas (Ava Gardner) out

The Big Broadcast

Directed by Frank Tuttle

In 1932 Paramount rounded up an impressive roster of radio personalities and threw them into this lightly plotted story about

The Broken Circle Breakdown

Directed by Felix Van Groeningen

Elise and Didier’s relationship is wild and passionate. She owns a tattoo shop in a little Belgian town and uses

The Butterfly’s Dream

Directed by Yilmaz Erdogan

In 1941, with World War II looming, in Zonguldak, an impoverished mining city on the Black Sea coast of Turkey,

The Day After

Directed by Hong Sang-soo

Once again plumbing affairs of the heart and the foibles of weak, confused men with his sly humor, Hong Sang-Soo’s