Report on the Party and the Guests Czechoslovakia Director Jan Nemec

Production Barrendov Film Studio for Ceskoslovensky Film black and white, 35mm running time 70 minutes. Released Czechoslovakia, 1968. Filmed 1966 in Czechoslovakia. Producer Carlo Ponti screenplay Ester Krumbachova and Jan Nemec photography Jaromir Sofr editor Miroslav Hajek sound Jiii Pavlik art director Oldrich Bosak music Karel Mares. Cast Ivan Vyskocil (Host) Jan Klusak (Rudolf) Jiri Nemec (Josef) Zdena Skvorecka (Eva) Pavel Bosek (Frantisek) Helena Pejskova (Marta) Karel Mares (Karel)...

Room With A View

Production A Room with a View Productions Technicolor, Dolby Stereo running time 117 minutes length 10,501 feet. Released January 1986. Cost 2,000,000. Producer Ismail Merchant screenplay Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, from the novel by E. M. Forster photography Tony-Pierce Roberts second unit photography Sergio Melaranci editor Humphrey Dixon sound editors Tony Lenny, Peter Compton, Alan Killick sound recordists Ray Beckett, Brian Masterson sound re-recordist Richard King production designers Gianni...

Space Odyssey

USA-UK, 1968 Director Stanley Kubrick Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp. Technicolor and Metrocolor, 35mm, Super Panavision running time 141 minutes, premiere versions were 160 minutes. Released 3 April 1968, New York. Filmed beginning 29 December 1965 in MGM's Shepperton and Borehamwood Studios, England. Cost 10,500,000. Producers Stanley Kubrick with Victor Lyndon screenplay Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke, from ''The Sentinel'' in Expedition to Earth by Clarke photography...

Streetcar Named Desire

Pictures Inc. black and white, 35mm running time 125 minutes. Released 1951. Producer Charles K. Feldman screenplay Tennessee Williams, from Oscar Saul's adaptation of the play by Williams photography Harry Stradling editor David Weisbart art director Richard Day music Alex North. Cast Vivien Leigh (Blanche DuBois) Marlon Brando (Stanley Kowalski) Kim Hunter (Stella Kowalski) Karl Malden (Mitch). Awards Oscars for Best Actress (Leigh), Best Supporting Actor (Malden),...

Trip to the Moon France Director Georges Mlis

Production Star Film Studios (Montreuil, France) black and white, 35mm, silent running time 14 minutes, but varying lengths exist length about 825 feet. Released 1902, at M li s's Th tre Robert Houdin in Paris. Filmed in 1902 in M li s's Star Film Studios at Montreuil. Cost 10,000 francs. Scenario Georges M li s photography possibly by one or more of M li s' regular cameramen who included Leclerc, Michaut, Lallemand, and Astaix. Cast Georges M li s (Barbenfouillis, President of the Astronomer's...

After Life Japan

Production Engine Film Inc. and TV Man Union color, 35mm running time 118 minutes. Filmed 1998, released 1999. Producers Yutaka Shigenobu, Masayuki Akieda, and Shiho Sato screenplay Hirokazu Kore-eda photography Masayoshi Sukita and Yutaka Yamazaki editor Hirokazu Kore-eda art directors Toshihiro Isomi and Hideo Gunji music director Yasuhiro Kasamatsu sound designer Osamu Takizawa. Cast Arata (Takashi Mochizuki) Erika Oda (Shiori Satonaka) Susumu Terajima (Satoru Kawashima) Taketoshi Naito...

All About My Mother Spain France Director Pedro Almodovar

Production El Deseo S.A., France 2 Cin ma, Renn Productions, Via Digital color, 35mm, Panavision sound Dolby Digital running time 105 minutes. Released 8 April 1999 in Spain filmed in Barcelona, Madrid, and A Coru a, Spain. Producer Agust n Almodovar screenplay Pedro Almodovar cinematographer Affonso Beato editor Jos Salcedo music Alberto Iglesias production design Antx n G mez art direction Antx n G mez costume design Sabine Daigeler Jos Mar a De Cossio. Cast Cecilia Roth (Manuela) Marisa Par...

An Autumn Afternoon Japan Director Yasujiro

Agfacolor, 35mm running time 113 minutes. Released November 1962, Japan. Producer Shizuo Yamanouchi screenplay Yasujiro Ozu and Kogo Noda photography Yushun (or, Yuharu) Atsuta editor Yoshiyasu Manamura sound Yoshisaburo Senoo art director Tatsuo Hamada music Takanobu Saito. Cast Chisu Ryu (Shuhei Hirayama) Shima Iwashita (Michiko Hirayama) Shin-ichiro Mikami (Kazuo Hirayama) Keiji Sada (Koichi Hirayama) Mariko Okada (Akiko Hirayama) Nobuo Nakamura (Shuzo Kawai) Kuniko...

Articles

Purdon, N., ''Under Western Eyes Notes Towards the Australian Cinema,'' in Cinema Papers (Melbournes), November-December 1975. Hunter, I., ''Corsetway to Heaven Looking Back at Picnic at Hanging Rock, in Cinema Papers (Melbourne), March-April 1976. Murray, S. and A. I. Ginnane, ''Producing Picnic, in Cinema Papers (Melbourne), March-April 1976. O'Donnell, V., ''Max Lemon Out of the Woodwork,'' in Cinema Papers (Melbourne), June-July 1976. Wertenstein, W., ''Niewyjasniona tajemnica,'' in Kino...

Australia Director Gillian Armstrong

Production New South Wales Film Corporation and Margaret Fink Films Panavision, Eastmancolor running time 100 minutes length 9,005 feet. Released 1979. Producer Margaret Fink associate producer Jane Scott screenplay Eleanor Witcombe, from the novel by Miles Franklin assistant directors Mark Egerton, Mark Turnbull, Steve Andrews photography Don McAlpine camera operators Louis Irving, Peter Moss editor Nicholas Beauman sound editor Greg Bell sound recordist Don Connolly production designer...

Austria

Director Michael Kertesz (later Michael Curtiz) Production Sascha-Filmindustrie AG, Vienna black and white, 35 mm, partly colored. Originally in two parts Part I, 2,100 meters, prologue and four acts Part II, 1800 meters, 6 acts. Reconstruction by Josef Gloger, Filmarchiv Austria, in 6 reels, length 3,253.7 meters running time 150 minutes. Released 13 October 1922 (Part I Die S nde) and 20 October 1922 (Part II Die Strafe) in Vienna released in Berlin, Germany, 15 August 1923. Filmed 1921 22 in...

Blood of the Beasts France Director Georges Franju

Production Forces et Voix de France black and white, 35mm running time about 20 minutes length 600 meters. Released 1949. Filmed 1949 in a slaughterhouse outside Paris. Producer Paul Legros screenplay Georges Franju commentary Jean Painlev assistant directors Andr Joseph and Julien Bonardier photography Marcel Fradetal assisted by Henri Champion editor Andre Joseph sound engineer Raymond Vachere music Joseph Kosma. Cast Nicole Ladmiral and Georges Hubert (spoken parts).

Build My Gallows High USA

Production RKO-Radio Pictures black and white running time 97 minutes length 8,711 feet. Released 1947. Executive producer Robert Sparks producer Warren Duff screenplay Geoffrey Homes (pseudonym of Daniel Mainwaring), from the novel Build My Gallows High by Homes photography Nicholas Musuraca editor Samuel E. Beetley sound Francis M. Sarver, Clem Portman art directors Albert S. d'Agostino, Jack Okey set designer Darrell Silvera music Roy Webb. Cast Robert Mitchum (Jeff Bailey Markham) Jane...

Burkina Faso Director Idrissa Ouedraogo

Production Arcadia Films (Paris), Les Films de l'Avenir (Ouagadougou), and Thelma Film (Z rich) color, 35mm running time 90 minutes length 2465 meters (Sweden). Released 1989 filmed in Tougouzagu Village, Burkina Faso. Producers Freddy Dena s, Michael David, Pierre-Alain Meier, and Idrissa Ouedraogo screenplay Idrissa Ouedraogo assistant directors Paul Zoumbara and Isma l Ouedraogo photography Matthias K lin editor Loredana Cristelli music Francis Bebey sound Jean-Paul Mugel sound mixer...

Canada Director Robert Flaherty

Production R villon Fr res black and white, 35mm, silent running time 75 minutes length 1525 meters. Released 11 June 1922, New York. Re-released July 1947 with narration and music. Re-released 1976 with music track only. Filmed August 1920-August 1921 in the area around the Hudson Strait, Canada and along the shores of the Hopewell Sound, Quebec, Canada. Cost 55,000. Producer Robert Flaherty screenplay and photography Robert Flaherty titles Robert Flaherty and Carl Stearns Clancy editors...

Cries and Whispers Sweden Director Ingmar Bergman

Production Cinematograph, in cooperation with Svenska Filminstitutet Eastmancolor running time 91 minutes length 8,190 feet. Released 1972. Oscar for Best Cinematography, 1973. Producer Ingmar Bergman production manager Lars-Owe Carlsberg screenplay Ingmar Bergman photography Sven Nykvist editor Siv Lundgren sound Owe Svennson art director Marik Vos. Cast Harriet Andersson (Agnes) Kari Sylwan (Anna) Ingrid Thulin (Karin) Liv Ullmann (Maria) Erland Josephson (Doctor) Henning Moritzen (Joakim)...

Death of a Cyclist Spain

Production Ces reo Gonzalez (Madrid), Trionfalcine (Rome), and Guion PC (Paris) black and white, 35mm running time originally 91 minutes but cut by Spanish censors to 88 minutes. Released 9 September 1955, Madrid. Filmed 29 November 1954-29 March 1955. Screenplay Juan Antonio Bardem and Luis F. De Igoa, from the novel by De Igoa photography Alfredo Fraile editor Margarita Ochoa sound Alfonson Carvajal sound for French version Jacques Bonpaint art director Enrique Alarcon art director for French...

Det Sjunde Inseglet

(The Seventh Seal) Sweden, 1957 Director Ingmar Bergman Production Svensk Filmindustri black and white, 35mm running time 96 minutes. Released 16 February 1957, Stockholm. Filmed in the Summer of 1956 in Svensk Filmindustri's studios, R sunda, Sweden, and on location at Hovs Hallar, Sweden. Producer Allan Ekelund screenplay Ingmar Bergman, from his dramatic sketch Wood Painting photography Gunnar Fischer editor Lennart Wallin sound Aaby Wedin and Lennart Wallin special sound effects Evald...

Diary of a Lost Girl Germany Director G W Pabst

Production Hom-Film black and white, silent running time 130 minutes. Producer G. W. Pabst screenplay Rudolf Leonhardt, based on the novel by Margarethe Boehme photography Sepp Algeier assistant directors Marc Sorkin and Paul Falknberg art directors Erno Metzner and Emil Hasler. Cast Louise Brooks (Thymiane Henning) Josef Rovensky (Robert Henning) Fritz Rasp (Meinert) Edith Meinhard (Erika) Vera Pawlowa (Aunt Frieda) Franziska Kinz (Meta) Andre Roanne (Count Osdorf) Arnold Korff (Elder Count...

Director Jonathan Demme

Production Orion Pictures, A Strong Heart Demme Production Technicolour, Panavision running time 118 minutes. Producer Edward Saxon, Kenneth Utt, Ron Bozman screenplay Ted Tally, based on the novel by Thomas Harris photography Tak Fujimoto editor Craig McKay assistant directors Ron Bozman, Kyle McCarthy, Steve Rose, Gina Leonetti production design Kristi Zea art director Tim Galvin music Howard Shore sound editor Skip Lievsay sound recording Christopher Newman, John Fundus, Alan Snelling. Cast...

Director Rupert Julian

Production Universal Pictures black and white, (some sequences filmed in 2-strip Technicolor), 35mm. silent running time about 94 minutes length 10 reels, 8464 feet. Filmed in Hollywood. Cost budgeted at 1 million. Released 15 November 1925, premiered 6 September 1925 in New York. Re-released 1930 with some dialogue sequences and songs added. Presented by Carl Laemmle screenplay (adaptation) Raymond Schrock and Elliott J. Clawson, from the novel by Gaston Leroux titles Tom Reed additional...

Earth USSR

Production VUFKU (Kiev) black and white, 35mm, silent length 1704 meters, 6 reels. Released 8 April 1930, Kiev. Filmed AprilNovember 1929 in Poltava. Screenplay Alexander Dovzhenko photography Danilo Demutsky art director Vasily Krichevsky music for performance Leonid Revutsky assistant directors Julia (Ioulya) Solntseva and Lazar Bodyk. Cast Stepon Shkurat (Opanas Trubenko) Semen Svashenko (Vasilly, the son) Nikola Nademsky (Grandfather Semen) Yelena Maximova (Natalka, Vasilly's fianc e) I....

Farewell USSR Director Elem Klimov

Production Mosfilm in color running time 126 minutes length 11,359 feet. Released 1981. Released in USA in 1983. Producers A. Rasskazov, G. Sokolova screenplay Larissa Shepitko, Rudolf Tyurin, and Herman Klimov, from the novel Farewell to Matyora by Valentin Rasputin photography Alexei Rodionov, Yuri Skhirtladze, Sergei Taraskin editor V. Byelova sound recordist B. Vengerovsky art director V. Petrov music Artyomov, A. Shnitke. Cast Stefaniya Stayuta (Darya) Lev Durov (Pavel) Alexei Petrenko...

France

Production Dimitri Kirsanoff's production company black and white, 35mm, silent running time about 50 minutes length 1800 feet. Released 1924, France. Filmed in Paris. Producer Dimitri Kirsanoff screenplay Dimitri Kirsanoff photography L once Crouan (uncredited) and Dimitri Kirsanoff editor Dimitri Kirsanoff (uncredited). Cast Nadia Sibirskaia (Younger sister) Yolande Beaulieu (Elder sister) Guy Belmont (Young man) Jean Pasquier Maurice Ronsard.

France Director Georges Franju

Production Filmel black and white, 35mm running time 109 minutes, English version is 107 minutes. Released September 1962, Paris. Filmed at Franstudio, Paris Studio Cin ma, and in Bazas, Villandraut, and Uzeste. Producer Eug ne L picier screenplay Fran ois Mauriac, Claude Mauriac, and Georges Franju dialogue Fran ois Mauriac, from his book photography Christian Matras editor Gilbert Natot sound Jean Labussi re art director Jacques Chalvet music Maurice Jarre costume designer Lola Prussac. Cast...

France Director Julien Duvivier

Production Paris Film Production black and white, 35mm running time 93 minutes. Released 28 January 1937, Paris. Filmed in Pathe studios in Joinville, exteriors shot in Algiers, Marseille, and Sete. Producers Robert and Raymond Hakim screenplay Julien Duvivier and d'Henri La Barthe (under pseudonym Detective Ashelbe) with Jacques Constant and Henri Jeanson, from the novel by Detective Ashelbe photography Jules Kruger and Marc Fossard editor Marguerite Beauge sound Antoine Archaimbaud production...

France Director Marcel Carn

Production Cin -Alliance (some sources state Sigma-Frogerais) black and white, 35mm running time 91 minutes. Released 18 May 1938, Paris. Filmed January-February 1938 in the Path -Nathan studios, exteriors shot in Le Havre. Producer Gr gor Rabinovitch (some sources list Simon Schiffrin) screenplay Jacques Pr vert, from the novel by Pierre MacOrlan photography Eugene Schufftan editor Ren Le H naff sound Antoine Archaimbaud production designers Alexandre Trauner with Paul Bertrand music Maurice...

France Director Max Ophuls

Production Saint-Maurice black and white, 35mm running time 97 minutes length 2,600 meters. Released 17 June 1950, Paris. Filmed 23 January 1950-18 March 1950 in Saint-Maurice studios. Producer Sacha Gordine screenplay Jacques Natanson and Max Ophuls, from the play Reigen by Arthur Schnitzler photography Christian Matras editor Leonide Azar sound operator Pierre Calvet production designer Jean d'Eaubonne music Oscar Straus costume designer Georges Annenkov. Cast Anton Walbrook (Master of...

France Director Ren Clair

Production Films Sonores Tobis (France) black and white, 35mm running time 89 minutes. Released 1931. Producer Frank Clifford screenplay Ren Clair, from the musical comedy by Georges Berr and M. Guillemaud photography Georges P rinal and Georges Raulet production designer Lazare Meerson music Georges Van Parys, Armand Bernard and Philippe Par s. Cast Ren Lef vre (Michel) Annabella (Beatrice) Louis Allibert (Prosper) Vanda Gr ville (Vanda) Paul Olivier (Father Tulipe, a gangster) Odette Talazac...

France Director Robert Bresson

Production Lux Films black and white, 35mm running time 75 minutes. Released 1959. Producer Agn s Delahaie screenplay Robert Bresson photography L. H. Burel editor Raymond Lamy sound engineer Antoine Archimbault production designer Pierre Charbonnier music Lully. Cast Martin Lassalle (Michel) Marika Green (Jeanne) Pierre Leymarie (Jacques) Jean Pelegri (Instructor) Kassigi (Initiator) Pierre Etaix (2nd accomplice) Mme. Seal (Mother).

France Algeria Director Constantin Costa Gavras

Production Reggane Films (Algeria) and O.N.C.I.C. (France) EastmanColor (print by Technicolor), 35mm running time 123 minutes, American version 127 minutes, Canadian version 152 minutes, West German version 145 minutes length 3472 meters. Released February 1969, Paris. Filmed in Algiers. Producers Jacques Perrin and Hamed Rachedi with Eric Schlumberger and Philippe d'Argila screenplay Constantin Costa-Gavras and Jorge Semprun, from the novel by Vassilis Vassilikos photography Raoul Coutard...

France Italy

Production Filmsonor-C.I.C.C.-FonoRoma-Vera Film black and white running time 140 minutes, some sources list 150 minutes length 12,600 feet, some sources list 13,000. Released 1953. Screenplay Henri-Georges Clouzot, from the novel by Georges Arnaud photography Armand Thirard editors Madeleine Gug, Henri Rust art director Ren Renoux music Georges Auric. Cast Yves Montand (Mario) Charles Vanel (Jo) Vera Clouzot (Linda) Folco Lulli (Luigi) Peter van Eyck (Bimba) William Tubbs (O'Brien) Centa...

France West Germany Italy Director Orson Welles

Production Paris Europa Productions, Hisa-Film (West Germany), and FI.C.IT (Italy) black and white, 35mm running time 120 minutes. English and German versions 118 minutes. Italian version 100 minutes. Released December 1962, Paris. Filmed 26 March 1962-June 1962 in the Studio de Boulogne and on location in Paris and Zagreb. Producers Yves Laplanche, Miguel Salkind and Alexander Salkind with Robert Florat screenplay Orson Welles, from the novel by Franz Kafka photography Edmond Richard editor...

Germany

Production Prana-Film (Berlin) black and white, 35mm, silent running time about 74 minutes. Released 5 March 1922, Germany. Re-released as Die zw lfte Stunde or Eine Nacht des Grauens in 1930 in a sound version, but it was re-released under mysterious circumstances as the original negative had been taken by a Dr. Waldemar Roger some time earlier. Filmed in Jofa studios, Berlin-Johannistal exteriors shot in the Upper Tatras, Czechoslovakia, near Zakopane, Propad, and Smokovec also at Wismar,...

Germany Austria Director Leni Riefenstahl

Production Leni Riefenstahl Produktion black and white running time 98 minutes. Filmed in Spain, the Austrian Alps, the Dolomites, and Barrandov Studios in Prague between 1942 and 1945. Footage confiscated by French occupation forces and returned incomplete to Riefenstahl, who then edited it for a February 1954 Austrian and West German release by Tobis. Producer Leni Riefenstahl screenplay Leni Riefenstahl based on the opera Tiefland by Eugene d'Albert photography Albert Benitz Trude Lechle...

Guns in the Afternoon USA

Production MGM CinemaScope, Metrocolor running time 93 minutes length 8,391 feet. Released May 1962. Producer Richard E. Lyons screenplay N. B. Stone, Jr. assistant director Hal Polaire photography Lucien Ballard editor Frank Santillo sound Franklin Milton art directors George W. Davis, Leroy Coleman music George Bassman. Cast Randolph Scott (Gil Westrum) Joel McCrea (Steve Judd) Ronald Starr (Heck Longtree) Mariette Hartley (Elsa Knudsen) James Drury (Billy Hammond) R. G. Armstrong (Joshua...

Harakiri Japan

Production Shochiku Co. (Kyoto) black and white, 35 mm, Shochiku GrandScope running time 135 minutes length 3,686 meters. Released 1962, Japan. Producers Tatsuo Hosoya with Gin-ichi Kishimoto screenplay Shinobu Hashimoto, from the novel by Yasuhiko Tokigushi photography Yoshio Miyajima editor Hisashi Sagara sound Hideo Nishizaki art directors Jun-ichi Ozumi and Shigemasa Toda music Toru Takemitsu. Cast Tatsuya Nakadai (Hanshiro Tsugumo) Shima Iwashita (Mihio Tsugumo) Akira Ishihama (Motome...

Hidden Star India

Production Chitrakalpa colour, 35mm running time 126 minutes. Screenplay Ritwik Ghatak, from the book by Shaktipada Rajguru photography Dinen Gupta editor Ramesh Joshi music Joyotirindra Moitra sound Satyen Chattopadhyay art direction Rabi Chattopadhyay. Cast Supriya Chowdhury (Nita) Anil Chatteijee (Shankar) Bijon Bhattacharya (Father) Gita Ghatak (Gita) Guita De (Mother) Dwijen Bhowal (Montu) Niranjan Roy (Sanat) Gyanesh Mukherjee (Bansi Dutt) Satindra Bhattacharya (the landlord).

Hungary West Germany Director Istvan Szabo

Production Mafilm-Objektiv Studio (Budapest) in cooperation with Manfred Durniok Productions (West Berlin) Eastmancolor, 35mm running time 146 minutes, some sources list 144 minutes. Released 1981. Filmed in Germany. Producer Manfred Durniok screenplay Istvan Szabo and P ter Dobai, from the novel by Klaus Mann photography Lajos Koltai editor Zsuzsa Zsa Kany music Zdenko Tamassy. Cast Klaus Maria Brandauer (Hendrik H fgen) Krystyna Janda (Barbara Bruckner) Ildiko Bansagi (Nicoletta von Niebuhr)...

Japan

Production Daiei Productions black and white, 35mm running time 88 minutes length 2406 meters. Released 25 August 1950, Tokyo. Filmed at Daiei Studios on outdoor sets. Producers Jingo Minuro, later titles list Masaichi Nagata screenplay Shinobu Hashimoto and Akira Kurosawa, from two short stories by Ryunosuke Akutagawa photography Kazuo Miyagawa art directors So Matsuyama (some sources list Takashi Matsuyama) music Fumio Hayasaka. Cast Toshiro Mifune (Tajomaru, the bandit) Masayuki Mori...

Japan Director Juzo Itami

Production Itami Productions, New Century Producers colour, 35mm running time 114 minutes. Producer Juzo Itami, Yasushi Tamaoki, Seigo Hosogoe screenplay Juzo Itami photography Masaki Tamura editor Akira Suzuki assistant directors Kazuki Skiroyama, Kubota Nobuhiro, Suzuki Kenji art director Takeo Kimura music Kunihiko Murai sound Fumio Hashimoto food design Izumi Ishimori cooking stylist Seiko Ogawa. Cast Tsutomu Yamazaki (Goro) Nobuko Miyamoto (Tampopo) Koji Yakusho (Gangster) Ken Watanabe...

Knife in the Water Poland

Production Kamera Film Unit for Film Polski black and white, 35mm running time 94 minutes. Released Poland, 1962. Filmed 1962 in Poland. Producer Stanislaw Zyewicz screenplay Jerzy Skolimowski, Jakub Goldberg, and Roman Polanski photography Jerzy Lipman sound Halina Paszkowska music Krzysztof Komeda. Cast Leon Niemczyk (Andrzej) Jolanta Umecka (Christine Krystanal) Zygmunt Malanowicz (Young man). Award International Film Critics Award (Fipresci), Venice Film Festival, 1962.

La Strada

Production Ponti-De Laurentiis (Rome) black and white, 35mm running time 102 minutes, some sources state 107 minutes or 94 minutes length about 2,800 meters. Released 1954, Venice Film Festival. Filmed December 1953-May 1954 in Ponti-De Laurentiis studios in Rome also on location in Viterbo, Ovindoli, Bagnoregio, and in various small towns in Central and Southern Italy. Producers Carlo Ponti and Dino De Laurentiis screenplay Federico Fellini and Tullio Pinelli with Ennio Flaiano photography...

La Terra Trema

Production Universalia black and white, 35mm running time about 160 minutes. Released 1947. Filmed 1947 in Aci Trezza, a small fishing village in Sicily. Producer Salvo d'Angelo screenplay Luchino Visconti, from the 19th century novel I Malavoglia by Giovanni Verga assistant directors Francesco Rosi and Franco Zeffirelli photography G. R. Aldo editor Mario Serandrei sound Vittorio Trentino music Willi Ferrero with Luchino Visconti. Cast The cast is composed of the people of Aci Trezza in...

Mean Streets

Production Taplin-Perry-Scorsese Technicolor, 35mm running time 110 minutes. Released 1973. Filmed in New York City. Producer Jonathan T. Taplin screenplay Martin Scorsese and Mardik Martin photography Norman Gerard editor Sid Levin. Cast Harvey Keitel (Charlie) Robert De Niro (Johnny Boy) David Proval Amy Robinson Richard Romanus Cesare Danova.

Memories of Underdevelopment Cuba

Production Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematografieos (ICAIC) blaek and white, 35mm running time 104 minutes. Released 1968. Filmed in Havana. Producer Miguel Mendoza screenplay Tom s Guti rrez Alea and Edmundo Desnoes, from the novel by Edmundo Desnoes photography Ram n Su rez editor Nelson Rodr guez sound engineers Eugenio Vesa, Germinal Hern ndez, and Carlos Fern ndez production designer Julio Matilla music Leo Brower, conducted by Manuel Duehezne Cuz n, reeorded by Medardo...

Midnight Express

Production Casablanca Film Works, for Columbia Eastmancolor, 35mm running time 123 minutes. Producers David Puttnam, Alan Marshall screenplay Oliver Stone, based on the novel by Billy Hayes and William Hoffner photography Michael Seresin editor Gerry Hambling assistant directors Ray Corbett, David Wimbury, Kieron Phipps production design Geoffrey Kirkland art director Evan Hercules music Giorgio Moroder sound editor Rusty Coppleman sound recording Clive Winter costumes Milena Canonero. Cast...

Mildred Pierce

Production Warner Bros. black and white running time 110 minutes. Released October 1945. Producer Jerry Wald screenplay Ranald Macdougal and Catherine Turney, from the novel by James M. Cain photography Ernest Haller editor David Weisbart art director Anton Grot special effects Willard Van Enger music Max Steiner. Cast Joan Crawford (Mildred Pierce) Jack Carson (Wally) Zachary Scott (Monty Beragon) Eve Arden (Ida) Bruce Bennett (Bert Pierce) Ann Blyth (Veda Pierce) Jo Ann Marlowe (Kay Pierce)...

Modern Times

Production United Artists-Charles Chaplin black and white, 35mm, mostly synchronized musical soundtrack running time 85 minutes length 7634 feet. Released 1936. Cooke, Alistair, editor, Garbo and the Night Watchman, London, 1937. Tyler, Parker, Chaplin, Last of the Clowns, New York, 1947. Cotes, Peter, and Thelma Miklaus, The Little Fellow, London, 1951. Huff, Theodore, Charlie Chaplin, New York, 1951. Mitry, Jean, Charlot et la fabulation chaplinesque, Paris, 1957. Amengual, Barthelemy,...

Mother Joan of the Angels Poland

Production Kadr Film Unit for Film Polski black and white, 35mm running time 125 minutes and 105 minutes, English version is 101 minutes. Released 1961, Poland. Screenplay Tadeusz Konwicki and Jerzy Kawalerowicz, from a novel by Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz which in turn was based on 17th century documents about the events at the convent in Loudon, France photography Jerzy Wojcik editors Wieslawa Otocka and Felicja Ragowska sound recordists Jozef Bartczak, Zygmunt Nowak, and Jozef Kensikowski art...

Mother USSR

Production Mezhrabpom-Russ. black and white, 35mm, silent running time about 90 minutes length 1800 meters, or 5906 feet. Released 11 October 1926. Re-released 1935, with musical soundtrack. Scenario Nathan Zarkhi, from the novel by Maxim Gorky assistant directors Mikhail Doller and V. Strauss photography Anatoli Golovnya art director Sergei Kozlovsky music (1935) S. Blok. Cast Vera Baranovskaya (Pelageya Vlasova, the mother) A. Tchistyakova (Vlasov, her husband) Nikolai Batalov (Pavel, her...

Mr Hulots Holiday France Director Jacques Tati

Production Cady Films Discina black and white, 35mm running time 93 minutes. Released 1951. Screenplay Jacques Tati and Henri Marquet photography J. Mercanton and J. Mouselle production designer Henri Schmitt music Alain Romans. Cast Jacques Tati (M. Hulot) Nathalie Pascaud (Martine) Michele Rolla (Aunt) Valentine Camay (Old maid) Louis Perrault (Boatman) Andr Dubois (Colonel) Lucien Fr gis (Hotel proprietor) Raymond Carl (Waiter).

Mrs Miniver

Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer black and white running time 133 minutes length 12,010 feet. Released June 1942. Producer Sidney Franklin screenplay Arthur Wimperis, George Froeschel, James Hilton, and Claudine West, from the novel by Jan Struther assistant director Walter Strohm photography Joseph Ruttenberg editor Harold S. Kress art director Cedric Gibbons associate art director Urie McCleary music Herbert Stothart. Cast Greer Garson (Mrs. Miniver) Walter Pidgeon (Clem Miniver) Teresa Wright...

My Beautiful Laundrette

Production Working Title SAF Productions for Channel 4 colour 16mm running time 97 minutes length 3,507 feet. Released 1985. Producers Sarah Radclyffe, Tim Bevan screenplay Hanif Kureishi assistant directors Simon Hinkly, Waldo Roeg, Gary Davies photography Oliver Stapleton editor Mick Audsley assistant editors Jason Adams, Chris Cook sound editor ''Budge'' Tremlett sound recordist Albert Bailey sound re-recordist Peter Maxwell designer Hugo Luczyc Wyhowski music Ludus Tonalis. Cast Saeed...

Napolon vu par Abel Gance France Director Abel Gance

Production Westi Soci t g n rale de films, Paris black and white, 35mm, Polyvision (some versions without Polyvision) running time originally about 270 minutes, but the film has always existed in several versions, some up to 5 hours in length length originally about 32 reels. Released 7 April 1927, Paris. Released without Polyvision 1929, New York. Re-released 1934 with sound. In 1971 Napol on Bonaparte et la Revolution was re-released with sound and with some footage added and some eliminated....

Night on Bald Mountain France

Directors Alexander Alexeieff and Claire Parker Production Black and white, 35mm, animation running time 8 minutes, some sources list 9 minutes. Released 1933, Paris. Narrative development Alexander Alexeieff, inspired in part by Moussorgsky's music and notes, and a short story based on a Slavic fairy tale by Gogol music Moussorgsky arrangement Rimski-Korsakov, ''His Master's Voice'' interpreted by London Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Albert Coates animation Alexandre Alexeieff and...

Ninotchka

Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp. black and white, 35mm running time 110 minutes. Released 3 November 1939. Re-released 1947. Filmed 19 May 1939-16 July 1939 in MGM studios. Producer Ernst Lubitsch screenplay Charles Brackett, Billy Wilder, and Walter Reisch, from the story by Melchior Lengyel photography William Daniels editor Gene Ruggiero sound recording director Douglas Shearer production designer Edwin Willis art director Cedric Gibbons music score Werner R. Heymann costume...

Notorious

Production RKO black and white running time 102 minutes length 9,136 feet. Released August 1946. Producer Alfred Hitchcock screenplay Ben Hecht, from a theme by Alfred Hitchcock assistant director William Dorfman photography Ted Tetzlaff editor Theron Warth sound John Tribby, Clem Portman art directors Albert S. D'Agostino, Carol Clark, Darrell Silvera, Claude Carpenter special effects Vernon L. Walker music Roy Webb. Cast Ingrid Bergman (Alicia Huberman) Cary Grant (Devlin) Claude Rains...

Novecento Italy

Production TCF, PEA, Artistes Associ s, and Artemis Productions Technicolor, 35mm running time originally 320 minutes, US version is 245 minutes, usually shown in two parts. Released Cannes Film Festival, 1976. Producer Alberto Grimaldi screenplay Bernardo Bertolucci, Franco Arcalli, and Giuseppe Bertolucci photography Vittorio Stovaro editor Franco Arcalli art director Enzo Frigiero music Ennio Morricone. Cast Robert De Niro (Alfredo, the grandson) Burt Lancaster (Alfredo, the grandfather)...

Now Voyager

Pictures, Inc. black and white, 35mm running time 117 minutes. Released 1942. Producer Hal B. Wallis screenplay Casey Robinson, from the novel by Olive Higgins Prouty photography Sol Polito editor Warren Low art director Robert Haas music Max Steiner. Cast Bette Davis (Charlotte Vale) Paul Henreid (Jerry Durrance) Claude Rains (Dr. Jaquith) Gladys Cooper (Mrs. Henry Windle Vale) Bonita Granville (June Vale) Ilka Chase (Lisa Vale) John Loder (Elliot Livingston) Lee...

October Ten Days That Shook the World USSR

Production Sovkino black and white, 35mm, silent running time 103 minutes length 2000-2200 meters, originally 3800 meters and then 2800 meters in the U.S.S.R. Released 20 January 1928. Re-released with musical soundtrack by Shostakovitch, 1966, Paris. Filmed in spring 1927 in Leningrad. Scenario Sergei Eisenstein with Grigori Alexwithrov from 10 Days That Shook the World by John Reed associate director Grigori Alexwithrov photography Edward Tisse production designer Vladimir Kovrighine camera...

Odd Man

Production Two Cities Films black and white running time 116 minutes length 10,488 feet. Released 23 April 1947. Producer Carol Reed screenplay F. L. Green and R. C. Sherriff, from the novel by Green photography Robert Krasker editor Fergus McDonnell art director Ralph Brinton music William Alwyn. Cast James Mason (Johnny) Robert Newton (Lukey) Robert Beatty (Dennis) F. J. McCormick (Shell) Fay Compton (Rosie) Beryl Measor (Maudie) Cyril Cusack (Pat) Dan O'Herlihy (Nolan) Roy Irving (Murphy)...

Old Czech Legends Czechoslovakia Director Jiri Trnka

Production Puppet Film Prague color, animated puppets, 35mm length 2,480 meters. Released September 1953, Prague. Filmed 1953. Producers Vladimir Janovsky, Vojen Masnik, and Jaroslav Mozis story Jiri Trnka and Milos Kratochvil screenplay Jiri Trnka and Jiri Brdecka, from the book by Alois Jirasek photography Ludvik Hajek and Emanuel Franek editor Helena Lebduskova sound Emanuel Formanek, Emil Polednik and Josef Zavadil music Vaclav Trojan consultants Rudolf Turek and Albert Pek animation...

Olympische Spiele Germany Director Leni Riefenstahl

Production Tobis Cinema (Germany) black and white, 35mm running time Part I. 100 minutes, and Part II, 105 minutes length Riefenstahl's final cut was 18,000 feet. Released 20 April 1938. Filmed 20 July-4 August 1936 in Berlin at the Olympic Games. Cost 2.2 million Reichsmarks (approximately 523,810 in 1938). Producers Walter Traut and Walter Grosskopf Screenplay Leni Riefenstahl photography Leni Riefenstahl, Hans Ertl, Walter Frentz, Guzzi Lantschner, Kurt Neubert, Hans Scheib, Willy Zielk...

On The Waterfront

Production Horizon Productions black and white, 35mm, Cinemascope running time 108 minutes. Released 1954, by Columbia Pictures Corp. Filmed in New York and Hoboken, New Jersey. Producer Sam Spiegel screenplay Budd Schulberg, from his original story suggested by a series of newpaper articles by Malcolm Johnson photographer Boris Kaufman editor Gene Milford art director Richard Day music score Leonard Bernstein. Cast Marlon Brando (Terry Malloy) Eva Marie Saint (Edie Doyle) Karl Malden (Father...

Once Upon A Time In America

Production The Ladd Company, for Embassy International, Warner Bros. Technicolour Eastmancolour, 35 mm running time 229 minutes. Producer Arnon Milchan screenplay Leonardo Benvenuti, Piero De Bernardi, Enrico Medioli, Franco Arcalli, Franco Ferrini, and Sergio Leone, based on the novel The Hoods by Harry Grey (David Aaronson) photography Tonino Delli Colli editor Nino Baragli set designer Giovanni Natalucci art directors Carlo Simi and James Singelis music Ennio Morricone. Cast Robert De Niro...

Orpheus France Director Jean Cocteau

Production Palais-Royal Films black and white, 35mm running time 112 minutes. Released 1950. Filmed in the ruins of the Ecole de Saint-Cyr. Producer Andre Paulv screenplay Jean Cocteau, from Cocteau's play photography Nicholas Hayer sound Calvet production designer Jean d'Eaubonne models Christian B rard music Georges Auric costume designer Marcel Escoffier. Cast Jean Marais (Orph e) Maria Casar s (The Princess) Marie D a (Eurydice) Fran ois P rier (Heurtebise) Juliette Gr co (Aglaonice)...

Pais

Production Organization Films International in collaboration with Foreign Films Productions, some sources also credit Capitani Films black and white, 35mm running time 117 minutes, originally 124 minutes length 4195 feet. Released 1946. Producers Roberto Rossellini, Rod E. Geiger, and Mario Conti production supervisor Ugo Lombardi story Victor Haines, Marcello Pagiero, Sergio Amidei, Federico Fellini, Roberto Rossellini, Klaus Mann (Florence episode), and Vasco Pratolini screenplay Sergio...

Part Kriemhilds Rache

Production Decla-Bioscop-Ufa Studios (Decla-Bioscop and Ufa merged during production) black and white, 35mm silent Part I Siegfried length 3216 meters originally released 14 February 1924 Part II Kriemhilds Rache (Kriemhild's Revenge) length 3576 meters released 26 April 1924. Both parts were combined in a shortened version of 2743 meters, with music from Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen as arranged by Hugo Reisenfeld, released in 1925. Part I released in 1933 in a 688-meter version under the...

Passport To Pimlico

Production Ealing Studios black and white, 35mm running time 84 minutes. Released April 1949. Producer Michael Balcon associate producer E. V. H. Emmett screenplay T. E. B. Clarke photographer Lionel Banes art direction Roy Oxley music Georges Auric editor Michael Truman. Cast Stanley Holloway (Arthur Pemberton) Betty Warren (Connie Pemberton) Barbara Murray (Shirley Pemberton) Paul Dupuis (Duke of Burgundy) Margaret Rutherford (Professor Hatton-Jones) Raymond Huntley (Wix) Hermoine Baddeley...

Paths Of Glory

Production Harris-Kubrick Pictures Corporatoin. A Bryna Productions presentation, for United Artists black and white running time 87 minutes length 7,783 feet. Released November 1957. Producer James B. Harris screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Calder Willingham, and Jim Thompson, based on the novel by Humphrey Cobb photography George Krause editor Eva Kroll sound Martin Muller art director Ludwig Reiber music Gerald Fried military adviser Baron Von Waldenfels. Cast Kirk Douglas (Colonel Dax) Ralph...

Peoples Republic of China

Production Xi An Film Studio color, 35mm running time 91 minutes. Filmed 1987 released 1988. Producer Li Changqing screenplay Chen Jianyu, Zhu Wei, Mo Yen photography Gu Changwei editor Du Yuan art director Yang Gang music director Zhao Jiping. Cast Gong Li (My Grandma) Jing Wen (My Grandpa) Liu Ji (Father, as child) Teng Rijun (Uncle Luohan) Ji Chunhua (Bandit) Qian Ming Zhai Chunhua. Awards Golden Bear Award, Berlin Film Festival, 1988 New York Film Festival Best Film Award, 1988.

Philadelphia

Production TriStar Pictures colour, 35mm sound running time 120 minutes. Filmed in Philadelphia, 1993. Producer Edward Saxon, Jonathan Demme screenplay Ron Nyswaner photography Tak Fujimoto editor Craig McKay assistant director Ron Bozman, Drew Ann Rosenberg production design Kristi Zea art director Tim Galvin music Howard Shore sound editor Ron Bochar sound recording Chris Newman, Steve Scanlon. Cast Tom Hanks (Andrew Beckett) Denzel Washington (Joe Miller) Jason Robards (Charles Wheeler) Mary...

Pixote A Lei Do Mas Fraco

Filmes Embrafilme Eastmancolor, 35mm running time 127 minutes. Released 26 September 1980. Filmed in S o Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Producers Paolo Francini and Jos Pinto screenplay Hector Babenco, Jorge Duran, based on the novel A Infacias dos Mortos by Jos Louzeiro photography Rodolfo Sanchez editor Luiz Elias assistant director Maria Cecilia M. de Barros, Fatima Toledo art director Clovis Bueno music John Neschling sound editor Hugo Gama sound recording Francisco Carneiro....

Production director Ugo Novello screenplay Marco Bellocchio assistant director Giuseppe Lanci photography Alberto

Editor Aurelio Mangiarotti (pseudonym of Silvano Agosti) production designer Gisella Longo music Ennio Morricone artistic collaboration for dubbing and montage Elda Tattoli. Cast Lou Castel (Alessandro) Paola Pitagora (Giulia) Marino Mas (Augusto) Liliana Gerace (Mother) Pier Luigi Troglio (Leone) Jennie MacNeil (Lucia) Maura Martini (Child) Giani Schicchi (Tonino) Alfredo Filippazzi (Doctor) Gianfranco Cella and Celestina Bellocchio (Youths at the party) Stefania Troglio (Waitress) Irene...

Psycho

Production Universal Pictures black and white, 35mm running time 109 minutes. Released June 1960, originally by Paramount. Filmed on Universal backlots, interiors filmed at Revue Studios, locations shot on Route 99 of the Fresno-Bakersfield Highway and in the San Fernando Valley. Cost 800,000. Producer Alfred Hitchcock screenplay Joseph Stefano, from a novel by Robert Bloch photography John L. Russell editor George Tomasini sound engineer Walden O. Watson and William Russell production...

Publications

Cocteau, Jean, Le sang d'un po te, Paris, 1948 as The Blood of a Poet, New York, 1949 also included in Le sang d'un po te Issue'' of Avant-Sc ne du Cin ma (Paris), 1-15 May 1983. Crosland, Margaret, Jean Cocteau, London, 1955. Dauven, Jean, Jean Cocteau chez les sir nes, Paris, 1956. Kihm, Jean-Jacques, Cocteau, Paris, 1960. Pillaudin, Roger, Jean Cocteau tourne son dernier film, Paris, 1960. Fraigneau, Andre, Cocteau, New York, 1961. Fowlie, Wallace, Jean Cocteau The History of a Poet's Age,...

Raging Bull

Production United Artists part in color, prints by Technicolor running time 129 minutes length 11,588 feet. Released November 1980. Producers Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff, in association with Peter Savage screenplay Paul Schrader and Mardik Martin, from the book by Jake La Motta with Peter Savage photography Michael Chapman editor Thelma Schoonmaker sound recordists Les Lazarowitz, Michael Evje, Walter Gest, and Gary Ritchie sound re-recordists Donald O. Mitchell, Bill Nicholson, and David...

Raiders Of The Lost

Production Lucasfilm Productions color, 35mm, Panavision running time 115 minutes. Released summer 1981 by Paramount Pictures. Filmed 1980 in France, Tunisia, and Hawaii, and in Elstree Studios, England. Cost about 20 million. Producer Frank Marshall executive producers George Lucas and Howard Kazanjian screenplay Lawrence Kasdan story George Lucas and Philip Kaufman photography Douglas Slocombe editor Michael Kahn sound effects supervisor Richard L. Anderson sound effects editors Steve H....

Rebel Without A Cause

Pictures, Inc. Warnercolor, 35mm, Cinemascope running time 111 minutes. Released 1955. Filmed in 9 weeks in 1955. Producer David Weisbart screenplay Stewart Stern, from an adaptation by Irving Shulman of a storyline by Nicholas Ray inspired from the story ''The Blind Run'' title from a book by Dr. Robert M. Lindner (1944) photography Ernest Haller editor William Ziegler production designer William Wallace music Leonard Rosenman. Cast James Dean (Jim Stark) Natalie Wood...

Red River

Production Monterey Productions black and white, 35mm running time 125 minutes, some sources list 133 minutes. Released 1948. Filmed in 85 days. An extract of the film is featured in The Last Picture Show directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Producers Charles K. Feldman with Howard Hawks screenplay Borden Chase and Charles Schnee, from the story ''The Chisholm Trail'' by Borden Chase photography Russell Harlan editor Christian Nyby sound Richard de Weese and Vinton Vernon art director John Datu...

Repulsion

Production Compton-Tekli black and white running time 104 minutes length 9,360 feet. Released June 1965. Producer Gene Gutowski associate producers Robert Sterne, Sam Wayneberg screenplay Roman Polanski, Gerard Brach assistant director Ted Sturgis photography Gilbert Taylor editor Alistair McIntyre sound Stephen Dalby art director Seamus Flannery music Chico Hamilton. Cast Catherine Deneuve (Carol) Yvonne Furneaux (Helen) John Fraser (Colin) Ian Hendry (Michael) Patrick Wymark (The Landlord)...

Rocco and His Brothers Italy France Director Luchino Visconti

Production Titanus and Les Films Marceau black and white, 35mm running time 182 minutes length 4,973 meters originally, usually distributed in versions of 3,600 meters. Released 15 October 1960, premiered at Venice Film Festival on 6 September 1960. Producer Goffredo Lombardo subject Luchino Visconti, Vasco Pratolini, and Suco Cecchi D'Amico screenplay Luchino Visconti, Suso Cocchi d'Amico, Pasquale Festa Campanile, Massimo Franciosa, and Enrico Medioli, from the book Il ponte della ghisolfa by...

Rome Open City Italy

Production Excelsa Film black and white, 35mm running time 100 minutes length 9,586 feet. Released September 1945, Rome. Filmed in part during the liberation of Rome by the Allies, the remainder shot during early 1944. Filmed in and around Rome, and in improvised studios at the ''via degli Avignonesi'' (Liborio Capitani) and at the home of Sergio Amidei. Screenplay Sergio Amidei with Federico Fellini and Roberto Rossellini, from an original story by Sergio Amidei in collaboration with Alberto...

Rosemarys Baby

Production William Castle Enterprises for Paramount Pictures Technicolor, 35mm running time 137 minutes. Released 12 June 1968, New York. Filmed on location in New York City and Playa del Rey, California. Producers William Castle with Dona Holloway screenplay Roman Polanski, from the novel by Ira Levin photography William Fraker editors Sam O'Steen and Robert Wyman sound recordists Harold Lewis and John Wilkinson production designer Richard Sylbert art director Joel Schiller music Krzysztof...

Rules of the Game France Director Jean Renoir

Production La Nouvelle Edition Fran aise black and white, 35mm running time 85 minutes, restored version is 110 minutes length restored version is 10,080 feet. Released 7 July 1939, Paris. Re-released 1949 in Great Britain, and 1950 in New York. Restored to original form and released at 1959 Venice Film Festival. Filmed February through the Spring of 1939, in the Chateau de le Fert -Saint-Aubin and at La Motte-Beuvron, Aubigny interiors shot at the Billancourt Studios, Joinville. Cost 5,000,000...

Salt Of The Earth

Production Independent Productions Corporation and the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers black and white, 35mm running time 92 minutes. Released 1954, New York City. Filmed 1953 in the Bayard Region of New Mexico. Producers Paul Jarrico with Sonja Dahl Biberman and Adolfo Barela screenplay Michael Wilson with Herbert J. Biberman photography Leonard Stark and Stanley Meredith, some sources list director of photography as Simon Lazarus editors Ed Spiegel and Joan Laird sound...

Saturday Night And Sunday Morning

Production Woodfall Film Productions black and white, 35mm running time 89 minutes. Released October 1960, London. Producer Tony Richardson executive producer Harry Saltzman screenplay Alan Sillitoe from his own novel photography Freddie Francis editor Seth Holt sound Peter Handford and Bob Jones sound editor Chris Greenham art director Ted Marshall music John Dankworth. Cast Albert Finney (Arthur Seaton) Shirley Ann Field (Doreen Gretton) Rachel Roberts (Brenda) Hylda Baker (Aunt Ada) Norman...

Schatten

Germany, 1923 Director Arthur Robison Production Pan-Film for Dafu Film Verlieh black and white, 35 mm, silent running time 62 minutes currently, but original version was longer. Released 1923. Screenplay Arthur Robison and Rudolf Schneider, from an idea by Albin Grau photography Fritz Arno Wagner editor Arthur Robison production designer Albin Grau original accompanying score Ernst Riege costume designer Albin Grau. Cast Fritz Kortner (Husband) Alexander Granach (Mesmerist) Ruth Weyher (Wife)...

Schindlers List

Production Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures black and white color, 35mm running time 195 minutes. Released December 1993, USA. Producer Steven Spielberg, Gerard R. Molen executive producer Kathleen Kennedy screenplay Steven Zaillian, based on the novel Schindler's Ark by Thomas Keneally photography Janusz Kaminski editor Michael Kahn assistant directors Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, Michael Helfand, Marek Brodzki, Krzystof Zbieranek production design Allan Starski art directors Ewa Skoczkowska,...

Senegal France Director Ousmane Sembene

Production Les films Domirev (Dakar) and Les Actualit s Fran aises (Paris) black and white, 35mm running time 70 minutes. Released March 1966, France English version released 1969, New York. Producer Andr Zwobada screenplay Ousmane Sembene, from a short story by Sembene first published in Volta que (1961) photography Christian Lacoste editor Andr Gaudier assistant director Ibrahima Barro second assistant Path Diop. Cast Th r se N'Bissine Diop (Diouana) Robert Fontaine (The patron) Momar Nar...

Shakespeare In Love

Production Bedford Falls Productions, Miramax Films, Universal Pictures color, 35mm, Super 35 running time 122 minutes. Filmed in London, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, and Buckinghamshire, England. Cost 25 million. Producer Marc Norman, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick, Donna Gigliotti, Bob Weinstein (executive), Julie Goldstein (executive), Linda Bruce (associate) screenplay Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard, with passages from the plays of William Shakespeare cinematographer Richard Greatrex...

Singin In The Rain

Directors Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp. Technicolor, 35mm running time 103 minutes length 9,228 feet, Released 1952. Filmed in MGM Studios and backlots. Producer Arthur Freed screenplay Betty Comden and Adolph Green, from the play by Betty Comden and Adolph Green photography Harold Rosson editor Adrienne Fazan sound recording supervisor Douglas Shearer set decoration Edwin B. Willis and Jacques Mapes art directors Cedric Gibbons and Randall Duell...

Smoke

Production Miramax Film presents an NDF Euro Space production in association with Peter Newman color, Panavision running time 108 minutes length 3180 meters. Released 9 June 1995 in USA. Cost 7 million. Producers Greg Johnson, Peter Newman, Hisami Kuriowa, Kenzo Horikoshi, Bob Weinstein (executive), Harvey Weinstein (executive), Satoru Iseki (executive) screenplay Paul Auster, based on his short story ''Auggie Wren's Christmas Story'' photography Adam Holender editor Maysie Hoy production...

Song Of Ceylon

Production GPO Film Unit for Ceylon Tea Marketing Board, begun as an Empire Marketing Board film black and white, 35mm running time 40 minutes. Released 1934. Filmed in Ceylon. Producer John Grierson screenplay John Grierson, Basil Wright, and others, based, in part, on a book about Ceylon written by traveller Robert Knox in 1680 photography Basil Wright editor Basil Wright sound supervisor Alberto Cavalcanti sound recordist E. A. Pawley music Walter Leigh the ''voices of commerce'' heard in...

Spain Mexico Director Luis Buuel

Production Uninci S.A. and Films 59 (Spain) and Gustavo Alatriste (Mexico) black and white, 35mm running time 90 minutes. Released 17 May 1961, Cannes Film Festival. Filmed in Spain, near Madrid and Toledo. Cannes Film Festival, Best Film, 1961. Producer R. Mu oz Suay screenplay Luis Bu uel and Julio Alejandro, from a story by Bu uel photography Jos F. Aguayo editor Pedro del Rey art director Francisco Canet music Handel and Mozart arranger Gustavo Pittaluga. Cast Silvia Pinal (Viridiana)...

Strangers On A Train

Pictures, Inc. black and white, 35mm running time 101 minutes. Released June 1951. Filmed fall 1950 in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Darien, Connecticut, and at an amusement park constructed on Rowland V. Lee's ranch in Los Angeles. Producer Alfred Hitchcock screenplay Raymond Chandler and Czendi Ormonde, adapted by Whitfield Cook from the novel by Patricia Highsmith photography Robert Burks editor W. H. Ziegler sound Dolph Thomas production designers Ted Haworth...

Stromboli

Production Berit Films, for RKO black and white running time 81 minutes, originally 107 minutes length 7,300 feet. Released 1950. Producer Roberto Rossellini assistant director Marcello Caracciolo screenplay Roberto Rossellini, Art Cohn, Sergio Amidei, Gianpaolo Callegari, from a story by Rossellini, religious theme inspired by Father Felix Morlion photography Ottello Martelli editor Roland Gross sound Terry Kellum, E. Giordani music Renzo Rossellini. Cast Ingrid Bergman (Karin) Mario Vitale...

Sullivans Travels

Production Paramount Pictures black and white, 35mm running time 90 minutes. Released 1941. Producer Paul Jones original story and screenplay Preston Sturges photography John Seitz editor Stuart Gilmore art directors Hans Dreier and Earl Hedrick music Leo Shuken and Charles Bradshaw special effects Farciot Edouart. Cast Joel McCrea (John L. Sullivan) Veronica Lake (The Girl) Robert Warwick (Mr. Le Brand) William Demarest (Mr. Jones) Franklin Pangborn (Mr. Casalsis) Porter Hall (Mr. Hadrian)...

The Ballad of Narayama Japan

Production Toei Company colour, 35mm running time 130 minutes. Producer Jiro Tomoda, Goro Kusakabe screenplay Shohei Imamura, based on the novels Narayama bushi-ko and Tohoku no zunmutachi by Shichiro Fukazawa photography Masao Tochizawa editor Hajime Okayasu assistant director Kunio Takegishe music Shinichiro Ikebe sound recording Yoshiichi Beniya costumes Kyoto Isho. Cast Ken Ogata (Tatsuhei) Sumiko Sakamoto (Orinyan) Tonpei Hidari (Risuke) Takejo Aki (Tama-yan) Shoichi Ozawa (Shozo) Mitsuaki...