Publications

Riley, Philip J., editor, Bride of Frankenstein The Original Shooting Script, Absecon, New Jersey, 1989. Butler, Ivan, Horror in the Cinema, revised edition, New York, 1970. Goldblatt, Burt, and Chris Steinbrunner, Cinema of the Fantastic, New York, 1972. Bojarski, Richard, and Kenneth Beale, The Films of Boris Karloff, Secaucus, New Jersey, 1974. Everson, William K., Classics of the Horror Film, Secaucus, New Jersey, 1974. Derry, Charles, Dark Dreams A Psychological History of the Modern...

The Unfaithful Wife France Director Claude Chabrol

Production Les Films La Bo tie and Cin gay Eastmancolor (print by Deluxe), 35mm running time 105 minutes, English version 98 minutes length 2900 meters. Released January 1969, Paris. Filmed 1968 in and around Paris. Producer Andr G nov s and Georges Casati screenplay Claude Chabrol photography Jean Rabier editor Jacques Gaillard sound Guy Chichignoud art director Guy Littaye music Pierre Jansen music conductors Andr Girard and Dominique Zardi costume designer Maurice Albray. Cast St phane...

Freaks

Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp. black and white, 35mm running time 90 minutes originally, later 64 minutes, some sources state that existing copies are 53 minutes. Released February 1932, New York and San Francisco. Filmed in Hollywood. Producer Irving Thalberg with Harry Sharock (some filmographies state Dwain Esper as producer, but he was responsible for the 1940s re-issue, other sources list Browning as producer) screenplay Willis Goldbeck, Leon Gordon, Al Boasberg, and Edgar...

The African Queen

Production Horizon Romulus Productions Technicolor, 35mm running time 103 minutes. Released 1951. Filmed at various film studios in London exteriors shot along the Ruiki River in the Belgian Congo and what was then the British protectorate of Uganda. Producer Sam Spiegel screenplay James Agee and John Huston with Peter Viertel, from the novel by C. S. Forester photography Jack Cardiff editor Ralph Kemplen sound engineer John Mitchell art director John Hoesli music Allan Gray, executed by the...

Adams

Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp. black and white, 35mm running time 101 minutes. Released 1949. Filmed at MGM studios. Producer Lawrence Weingarten screenplay Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin photography George J. Folsey editor George Boemler art directors Cedric Gibbons and William Ferrari music Miklos Rozsa. Cast Spencer Tracy (Adam Bonner) Katharine Hepburn (Amanda Bonner) Judy Holliday (DorisAttinger) Tom Ewell (WarrenAttinger) David Wayne (Kip Lurie) Jean Hagen (Beryl Caighn) Hope...

One Way or Another Cuba Director Sara Gmez

Production Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematogr ficos (ICAIC) black and white, 35mm, originally shot in 16mm running time 79 minutes length 2147 meters. Released 1977. Producer Camilo Vives scenario Sara G mez and Tomas Gonz lez P rez screenplay Tomas Gutierrez Alea and Julio Garc a Espinosa assistant directors Rigoberto L pez and Daniel Diaz Torres photography Luis Garcia editor Iv n Arocha sound Germinal Hern ndez production designer Roberto Larraburre music Sergio Vitier songs...

The German Sisters Germany

Production Bioskop Film Fujicolour, 35mm running time 107 minutes. Producer Eberhard Junkersdorf screenplay Margarethe von Trotta assistant director Helenka Hummel photography Franz Rath editor Dagmar Hirtz sound Vladimir Vizner and Hans Dieter Schwartz art directors George von Kieseritzky and Barbara Kloth music Nicolas Economou costumes Monica Hasse and Jorge Jara. Cast Jutta Lampe (Juliane) Barbara Sukowa (Marianne) Rudiger Volger (Wolfgang) Doris Schade (Mother) Verena Rudolph (Sabine) Luc...

The Draughtsmans Contract

Production British Film Institute Production Board, in association with Channel 4 colour 16mm running time 108 minutes. Released 1982. Executive producer Peter Sainsbury producer David Payne screenplay Peter Greenaway assistant director Andy Powell photography Curtis Clark rostrum camera Hugh Gordon assistant photographer Luke Cardiff editor John Wilson assistant editor John Taylor sound editor Doctor Lion sound recordists Godfrey Kirby, Martin Rex sound re-recordist Tony Anscombe art director...

Brazil

Production Brazil Productions for 20th Century Fox Eastmancolor Dolby stereo running time 142 minutes. Released March 1985. Producer Arnon Milchan co-producer Patrick Cassavetti production coordinator Margaret Adams screenplay Terry Gilliam, Tom Stoppard, Charles McKeown 2nd unit director Julian Doyle assistant directors Guy Travers, Chris Thompson, Richard Coleman, Christopher Newman, Terence Fitch, Kevin Westley photography Roger Pratt model effects photography Roger Pratt, Julian Doyle, Tim...

The Damned Italy Germany Director Luchino Visconti

Production Pegaso Film-Italnolggio (Italy), Eichberg Film-Praesidens (West Germany) Eastmancolor, 35mm running time 164 minutes, English version 155 minutes. Released December 1969. Producers Alfredo Levy and Ever Haggiag executive producer Pietro Notarianni screenplay Nicola Badalucco, Enrico Medio li and Luchino Visconti photography Armando Nannuzzi and Pasquale De Santis editor Ruggero Mastroianni sound mixer Renato Cadueri recording director Vittorio Trentino art director Pasquale Romano...

Der Ewige Jude

Germany, 1940 Director Fritz Hippler Production Deutsche Film Gesellschaft black and white, 35mm, documentary running time 78 minutes, other versions include a 67-minute print length 1753 feet, other versions include a 1830-foot print. Released 4 November 1940 in Urauff hrung, Germany. Filmed in Poland and Germany, with library footage from many sources, including the United States. Scenario Eberhard Taubert photography A. Endrejat, A. Hafner, A. Hartman, F. C. Heere, H. Kluth, E. Stoll, and H....

Jana Aranya

(The Middleman) India, 1975 Director Satyajit Ray Production Indus Films black and white, 35 mm running time 133 minutes. Filmed in Calcutta. Producer Subir Guha screenplay Satyajit Ray, adapted from the novel Jana Aranya by Manisankar Sankar Mukherjee (also known as Samkara and Shankar) photography Soumendu Roy editor Dulal Dutta art director Asok Bose musical director Satyajit Ray sound J.D. Irani, Anal Talukdar, Adinath Nag, Sujit Ghosh. Cast Pradip Mukherjee (Somnath Banerjee) Satya...

The Idiots Denmark Director Lars von Trier

Production Zentropa Entertainments and Liberator Productions color running time 117 min. Released 17 July 1998, Copenhagen. Cost DKK 12 mio. Producer Vibeke Windel0v screenplay Lars von Trier photography Lars von Trier editor Molly Malene Stensgaard assistant director and photography Kristoffer Nyholm, Jesper Jargil, Casper Holm set designer Lene Nielsen. Cast Bodil J0rgensen (Karen) Jens Albinus (Stoffer) Louise Hassing (Susanne) Troels Lyby (Henrik) Nikolaj Lie Kaas (Jeppe) Henrik Prip (Ped)...

Producer in charge Mamaji producer Raj Kapoor screenplay

Sathe photography Radhu Karmakar editor G. G. Mayekar sound Allauddin art director M. R. Achrekar music Shankar, Jaikishen lyrics Hasrat Jaipuri, Shailendra Dream Dance Madame Simkie. Cast Privthviraj Kapoor (Judge Raghunath) Nargis (Rita) Raj Kapoor (Raj) K. N. Singh (Jagga Daku) Leela Chitnis (Bharati) Shashi Kapoor (Raj as a boy) with Cuckoo, B. M. Vyas, Baby Zubeida, Leela Misra, Om Parkash Rajoo, Mansaram, Rajan, Manek, Paryag, Ravi, Vinni, Bali, Royal...

Fanny and Alexander Sweden Director Ingmar Bergman

Production Cinematograph, for the Swedish Film Institute Swedish Television STV 1 Gaumont Personafilm Tobis Filmkunst Eastmancolor. Released for the cinema in a 189 minute version, 1982 also released as a 300 minute version in four parts. Executive producer J rn Donner screenplay Ingmar Bergman assistant director Peter Schildt photography Sven Nykvist assistant photographers Lars Karlsson, Dan Myhrman editor Sylvia Ingemarsson sound recordists Owe Svensson, Bo Persson, Bj rn Gunnarsson, Lars...

Campanadas a medianoche Spain Director Orson Welles

Production Internacional Films Espa ola and Alpine Productions, presented by Harry Saltzman black and white, 35mm running time 119 minutes, English version 115 minutes. Released May 1966. Filmed in Barcelona, Madrid, and other Spanish locations. Producers Emiliano Piedra and Angel Escolano executive producer Alessandro Tasca screenplay Orson Welles, from Henry IV, Parts I and II, Henry V, Richard III, The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare and the Chronicles of England by Raphael...

Dirty Harry

Production Warner Bros., Malpaso Technicolor, Panavision running time 101 minutes. Released December 1971. Executive producer Robert Daley producer Don Siegel screenplay Harry Julian Fink, Rita M. Fink, Dean Riesner assistant director Robert Rubin photography Bruce Surtees editor Carl Pingitore sound William Randall art director Dale Hennesy music Lalo Schifrin. Cast Clint Eastwood (Harry Callahan) Harry Guardino (Lt. Bressler) Reni Santoni (Chico) John Vernon (The Mayor) Andy Robinson (Killer)...

Chelsea Girls

Production Andy Warhol Films black and white and Eastmancolor, 16mm running time 195 minutes, other versions are 210 and 205 minutes. Released 15 September 1966 uncut reels were projected side by side in the general release version, the 1st reel appeared screen right, and a few minutes later, the second appeared screen left. Filmed 1966 in the Chelsea Hotel, New York City other parts of New York City and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Producer Andy Warhol photographer Andy Warhol screenplay Andy...

Intolerance

Production Wark Producing Company, some sources list studio as Epoch Releasing Corp. black and white (with some scenes tinted in original release prints), 35mm, silent running time about 220 minutes, some versions are 129 minutes, original version 8 hours. Released 5 September 1916, New York. Filmed fall 1914-July 1916 in Hollywood, basically on outdoor sets constructed by Griffith and his crew. Cost about 386,000, though figures differ in various sources. Re-released with new score by Carl...

The Rat Trap India

Production General Films Eastmancolour, 35mm running time 121 minutes. Producer Ravi screenplay Adoor Gopalakrishnan photography Ravi Varma editor M. Mani assistant directors Meera, Mohan, Babu art director Sivan music M. B. Srinivasan sound recording Deva Das, Chandran, Suresh costumes Ganeshan. Cast Karamani (Unni) Sarada (Rajamma) Jalaja (Sridevi) Rajam K. Nair (Janamma) Prakash (Janamma's son) Sonan (Estate Manager).

The Devil Is A Woman

Production Paramount Pictures black and white, 35mm running time 80 minutes, some sources list 82 minutes. Released 1935. Filmed in Paramount studios. Screenplay Josef von Sternberg, adapted by John Dos Passos and S. K. Winston, from the novel The Woman and the Puppet by Pierre Louys photography Josef von Sternberg and Lucien Ballard production designer Hans Dreier music and lyrics Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin. Cast Marlene Dietrich (Concha Perez) Cesar Romero (Antonio Galvan) Lionel Atwill (Don...

Deadly is the Female USA

Production King Pictures Corporation black and white, 35mm running time 87 minutes. Released as Deadly is the Female, 26 January 1950 re-released as Gun Crazy, 24 August 1950. Producers Frank King and Maurice King screenplay MacKinlay Kantor and Dalton Trumbo (fronted by Millard Kaufman), from a Saturday Evening Post story by MacKinlay Kantor photography Russell Harlan editor Harry W. Gerstad original music Victor Young sound Tom Lambert. Cast Peggy Cummins (Annie Laurie Starr) John Dall (Bart...

Kings of the Road West Germany Director Wim Wenders

Production Wim Wenders Produktion black and white, 35mm running time 165 minutes, some sources list 176 minutes length 15,740 feet. Released 17 March 1976. Filmed along the border regions between West and East Germany. Producer Wim Wenders executive producer Michael Wiedemann screenplay Wim Wenders photography Robbie M ller and Martin Sch fer editor Peter Przygodda sound recordists Martin M ller and Bruno Bollhalder sound re-recordist Paul Sch ler art directors Heidi L di and Bernd Hirskorn...

Klute

Technicolor Panavision running time 114 minutes length 10,240 feet. Released June 1971. Producer Alan J. Pakula co-producer David Lange screenplay Andy K. Lewis, Dave Lewis assistant director William Gerritty photography Gordon Willis editor Carl Lerner sound Chris Newman art director George Jenkins music Michael Small. Cast Jane Fonda Bree Daniel Donald Sutherland John Klute Charles Cioffi Cable Roy Scheider Frank Ligourin Dorothy Tristan Arlyn Page Rita Gam Trina...

Jfk

Le Studio Canal Regency Enterprises Alcor color, 35mm, Panavision running time 189 minutes director's cut runs 205 minutes. Released 20 December 1991 U.S.A. . Much footage filmed on location in New Orleans, Dallas, Texas, and Washington D.C. Budget 40 Million approx. . Producers A. Kitman Ho, Oliver Stone screenplay Oliver Stone, Zachary Sklar, from the books On the Trail of the Assassins by Jim Garrison and Crossfire The Plot That Killed Kennedy by Jim Marrs photography...

Ai No Corrida

In the Realm of the Senses France-Japan, 1976 Director Nagisa Oshima Production Argos Films Paris , Oshima Productions Tokyo , and Oc anique Productions some sources list Shibatu Organization as one of the production companies involved Eastmancolor, 35mm, Vistavision running time 110 minutes, some versions 115 minutes. Released 1976. Filmed in Japan. Producer Anatole Dauman screenplay Nagisa Oshima photography Hideo Itoh editor Keiichi Uraoka art director Shigemasa Toda music Minoru Miki...

Producers Of India 1896-1960

Krishnaswamy, Indian Film, New York, 1965. Sarkar, Kobita, The Indian Cinema Today, New Delhi, 1975. Abbas, Ahmad, I Am Not An Island An Experiment in Autobiography, New Delhi, 1977. Burra, Rani, editor, Looking Back 1896-1960, New Delhi, 1981. Ramachandran, T. M., 70 Years of Indian Cinema 1913-83 , Bombay, 1985. Dissanayake, W. and M. Sahay, Raj Kapoor's Films Harmony of Discourses, New Delhi, 1987. ''Special Issue'' of Film Fran ais Paris , Spring 1953. Monthly Film...

Blackmail

Production British International Pictures, black and white, 35mm running time 96 minutes. Released 1929. Filmed in studios in London and on location in the British Museum. Producer John Maxwell screenplay Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Bennett, Benn W. Levy, and Garnett Weston from the play by Charles Bennett photography Jack Cox editor Emile Ruello production design Wilfred C. Arnold and Norman Arnold music Campbell and Connely, finished and arranged by Hubert Bath and Henry Stafford, performed by...

King of the Children China Director Chen Kaige

Production Xi'an Film Studio Eastmancolour, 35mm running time 106 minutes. Producer Wu Tianming screenplay Chen Kaige, Wan Zhi, based on the short story by Ah Cheng photography Gu Changwei editor Liu Miaomiao lighting Jia Tianxi assistant director Qiang Xiaolu art director Chen Shaohua music Qu Xiaosong sound recording Tao Jing, Gu Changning sound editor Liu Miaomiao. Cast Xie Juang Lao Gan Yang Xuewen Wang Fu Chen Shaohua Headmaster Chen Zhang Caimei Laidi Xu Guoqin Lao Hei Le Gang Cowherd Tan...

Denmark

Production Palladium Denmark black and white, 35mm running time 115 minutes length 3440 meters. Released 8 December 1964, Paris. Producers J0rgen Nielsen with John Hilbard as executive producer screenplay Carl Theodor Dreyer, from the play by Hjalmar S derberg photography Henning Bendtsen with Arne Abrahamsen editor Edith Schl ssel sound Knud Kristensen art director Kai Rasch music and solo numbers J0rgen Jersild songs Grethe Risbjerg Thomsen costume designer Berit Nykjaer. Cast Nina Pens Rode...

Death by Hanging Japan

Production Sozo-sha and A.T.G. black and white, 35mm, Vistavision size running time 117 minutes. Released 1968, Japan. Cost 10 million yen. Producers Masayuki Nakajima, Takuji Yamaguchi and Nagisa Oshima screenplay Tsutomu Tamura, Mamoru Sasaki, Michinori Fukao and Nagisa Oshima, from a newspaper story assistant director Kiyoshi Ogasawara photography Yasuhiro Yoshioka editor Sueko Shiraishi sound Hideo Nishizaki sound effects Akira Suzuki production designer Jusho Toda music Hikaru Hayashi....

The Land

Flaherty with Frances H. Flaherty Production Agricultural Adjustment Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture black and white, 35mm running time 42 minutes. Though it has been shown non-theatrically, the film has never had a general release its premiere showing was in April 1942, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Filmed summer 1939-March 1940 in the American South and Midwest. Screenplay Robert J. Flaherty commentary Russell Lord photography Irving Lerner, Douglas Baker,...

Germany Director Harlan Veit

Production Terra Film black and white running time 85 minutes. Filmed in Berlin and Prague, March-August 1940. Screenplay Veit Harlan, Eberhard Wolfgang M ller, Veit Harlan, and Ludwig Metzer, from the novel by Lion Feuchtwanger photography Bruno Mondi music Wolfgang Zeller. Cast Ferdinand Marian S ss Werner Krauss Rabbi Loew, secretary Levy, and other unidentified characters Heinrich George Duke of W rttemberg Kristina S derbaum Raped girl Eugene Kl pfer Raped girl's father Hilde von Stolz...

Alexander Nevsky

Production Mosfilm black and white, 35mm length 3044 meters. Released 23 November 1938. Filmed June through November 1938 in Moscow. Scenario Sergei Eisenstein and Pyotr Pavlenko collaborating director D. J. Vasiliev photography Edward Tisse editor Sergei Eisenstein sound B. Volsky and V. Popov production design Isaac Shpinel, Nikolai Soloviov, and K. Yeliseyev from Eisenstein's sketches music Sergei Prokofiev costume designers Isaac Shpinel, Nikolai Soloviov, and K. Yeliseyev from Eisenstein's...

The Goat Horn Bulgaria Director Metodi Andonov

Production Studiya za igralni filmi Sofia, Bulgaria black and white, 35mm, wide-screen running time 105 minutes, some versions 95 minutes length 2824 meters. Released February 1972. Filmed 1971 in Bulgaria. Screenplay Nikolai Haitov, from the short story by Nikolai Haitov photography Dimo Kolarov editor Evgeniya Radeva sound Mithen Andreev production designer Konstantin Dzhidrov music Simeon Pironkov song Maria Neikova special effects pyrotechnics Ivan Angelov costume designer Vladislav Schmidt...

Germany in Autumn West Germany

Directors Alf Brustellin, Hans Peter Cloos, R. W. Fassbinder, Alexander Kluge, Maximiliana Mainka, Beate Mainka-Jellinghaus, Edgar Reitz, Katja Rupe, Volker Schl ndorff, Peter Schubert, and Bernhard Sinkel Production Project Filmproduktion Filmverlag der Autoren color black and white, 35mm running time 116 minutes. Filmed October 1977. Released in West Germany, 17 March 1978. Producers Project Filmproduktion Filmverlag der Autoren Hallelujah Film Kairos Film Munich screenplay Heinrich B ll, Alf...

The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie France ItalySpain Director Luis Bunuel

Production Greenwich Film Paris , Jet Film Barcelona , and Dean Film Rome Eastmancolor, 35mm, Panavision running time 105 minutes. Released 15 September 1972, Paris. Filming began 23 May 1972 in France. Producer Serge Silberman screenplay Luis Bunuel and JeanClaude Carri re photography Edmond Richard editor Helen Plemiannikov sound engineer Guy Villette sound effects Luis Bunuel production designer Pierre Guffroy music editor Galaxie Musique costume designer Jacqueline Guyot. Cast Fernando Rey...

The Phantom Chariot Sweden

Director Victor Sjostrom Seastrom Production Svensk Bio black and white, 35mm, silent running time about 120 minutes length 5 reels, 6122 feet. Released 1 January 1921. Re-released in a re-edited version in America in 1922. Filmed 1920 in Sweden. Screenplay Victor Sjostrom Seastrom , from the novel by Selma Lagerlof photography Julius Jaenzon art directors Aleksander Bako and Axel Esbensen. Cast Victor Sj str m David Holm Hilda Borgstrom His wife Astrid Holm Sister Edith Tor Weijden Gustafsson...

Bout De Souffle

Production Imp ria Films, Soci t Nouvelle de Cin ma black and white, 35mm running time 89 minutes. Released 16 March 1960, Paris. Filmed 17 August through 15 September 1959 in Paris and Marseilles cost 400,000 N.F. about 120,000 . Producer Georges de Beauregard screenplay Jean-Luc Godard, from an original treatment by Fran ois Truffaut photography Raoul Coutard editors C cile Decugis with Lila Herman sound Jacques Maumont music Martial Solal from Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, K.622 artistic and...

The Battle of Algiers Italy Algiers Director Gillo Pontecorvo

Production Igor Films Rome and Casbah Film Company Algiers black and white, 35mm running time 123 minutes. Released 1966. Filmed 1965 in Algiers cost 800,000. Producer Antonio Musu and Yacef Saadi screenplay Franco Solinas and Gillo Pontecorvo photography Marcello Gatti editors Mario Serandrei and Mario Morra art direction Sergio Canevari music Gillo Pontecorvo and Ennio Morricone special effects Tarcisio Diamanti and Aldo Gasparri Algerian assistants Ali Yahia, Moussa Haddad, Azzedine Ferhi,...

The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse

Production Metro Pictures Corp. black and white, 35mm, silent running time about 150 minutes length 11 reels. Released 6 March 1921 at the Lyric Theatre, New York. Producer Rex Ingram scenario June Mathis, from the novel Los cuatros jinetes del Apocalipsis by Vicente Blasco-Ib ez art titles Jack W. Robson photography John F. Seitz editors Grant Whytock and June Mathis art directors Walter Mayo and Curt Rehfeld music for accompanying film Louis F. Gottschalk technical assistants Amos Myers and...

List Of Films

A bout de souffle A nous la libert A propos de Nice Accattone Adam's Rib The Adventures of Robin Hood The African Queen L'Age d'or Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes Ahfei zheng zhuan Ai no corrida Akaler sandhane Akasen chitai L'Albero degli zoccoli Alexander Nevsky All about Eve Angst essen Seele auf L'Ann e derni re Marienbad Annie Hall Anticipation of the Night Ant nio das Mortes The Apartment Apocalypse Now The Apu Trilogy Aranyer din Ratri L'Argent L'Arroseur arros Arsenal The Asphalt Jungle...

Miss Julie Sweden Director Alf Sjberg

Production Sandrew Bauman Produktion black and white, 35mm running time 87 minutes, some sources list 90 minutes. Released 1950. Filmed in Sweden. Producer Rune Waldekranz screenplay Alf Sj berg, from the play by August Strindberg photography G ran Strindberg editor Lennart Wall n art director Bibi Lindstr m music Dag Wir n. Cast Anita Bj rk Miss Julie Ulf Palme Jean Anders Henrikson The Count Marta Dorff Christine Lissi Alandh Berta, the Countess Inga Gill Viola Kurt-Olof Sundstrom Thefianc...

Film of Love and Anarchy Italy

Production Europ International Italy Technicolor, 35mm running time 108 minutes, some versions are 125 minutes. Released 1973. Filmed in Italy. Producer Romano Cardarelli screenplay Lina Wertm ller photography Giuseppe Rotunno editor Franco Fraticelli sound Mario Bramonti production designer Enrico Job music Carlo Savina songs Nino Rota costume designer Enrico Job. Cast Giancarlo Giannini Tunin Mariangela Melato Salom Lina Polito Tripolina Eros Pagni Spatoletti Pina Cei Madame Aida Elena Fiore...

Was a Fireman UK

Production Crown Film Unit, with the co-operation of the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and National Fire Service black and white, 35mm running time 63 minutes, some sources state 60 minutes. Released 1943. Filmed in London. Producer Ian Dalrymple screenplay Humphrey Jennings photography C. Pennington-Richards editor Stewart McAllister sound recordists Ken Cameron and Jock May production designer Edward Carrick music William Alwyn musical direction Muir Mathieson. Cast Officer George...

King Kong

Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack Production RKO Radio Pictures Inc. black and white, 35mm running time 100 minutes. Released 2 March 1933, Radio City Music Hall and RKO Roxy Theatre, New York. Re-released 1938 with a few scenes censored. Filmed 1932-33 in RKO Studios and backlots, also in San Pedro Harbor and Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. Cost 670,000. Producers Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack with David O. Selznick as executive producer screenplay James Creelman...

France West Germany Director Max Ophuls

Production Gamma-Films, Florida-Films Paris , and Oska Films Munich Eastmancolor, 35mm, CinemaScope running time original version 110 minutes, later cut to 90 minutes length originally 9900 feet, later cut to 8100 feet. Released 23 December 1955. Released 23 December 1955. Re-released 1968 with 30 minutes missing. Filmed 28 February-29 July 1955 in Studio Joinville, Paris, Studio Geiselgasteig, Munich, Studio Victorine, Nice, and on location in Bavaria, C te d'Azur, and around Paris. Cost 650...

Judas Was a Woman The Human Beast France Director Jean Renoir

Production Paris Film Productions black and white RCA High Fidelity running time 88 minutes length 7937 feet. Released 23 December 1938. Filmed at Pathe Cinema Studios Joinville and on location at Le Havre. Theme song ''Valse Ninon.'' Producers Robert Hakim and Raymond Hakim screenplay Jean Renoir, from the novel by Emile Zola assistant directors Claude Renoir, Suzanne de Troyes photography Curt Courant editor Margeurite Renoir sound Teysseire art director Eugene Lourie music Joseph Kosma. Cast...

Farewell My Concubine Hong Kong China Director Chen Kaige

Production Tomson HK Films in association with China Film Coproduction Corp Beijing Film Studio colour, 35mm running time 170 minutes, original version 157 minutes, US version. Released 2 September 1993, Beijing. Filmed in 1992 in Beijing. Producer Hsu Feng executive producers Hsu Bin, Jade Hsu screenplay Lilian Lee, Lu Wei, from the novel by Lilian Lee assistant directors Zhang Jinzhan, Bai Yu, Jin Ping, Zhang Jinting photography Gu Changwei editor Pei Xiaonan art directors Yang Yuhe, Yang...

Canal

Production Film Polski and ZAF black and white, 35mm running time 95 minutes, some sources list 97 minutes length 8569 feet. Released April 1957. Filmed 1957 in Poland. Producer Stanislaw Adler screenplay Jerzy Stefan Stawinski, from a short story by Jerzy Stawinski photography Jerzy Lipman art directors Roman Mann and Roman Wolzniec music Jan Krenz, ocarina theme by Adam Pawlikowski. Cast Wienczyslaw Glinski Lt. Zadra Tadeusz Janczar Korab Teresa Izewski Stokrotka Emil Karewicz Madry Wldysla...

Lamerica

Production Alia Film Cecchi Gori Group Tiger. Color, 35mm, Cinemascope running time 120 mins. Released 1994. Filmed between August and December 1993, and in June 1994, in Albania. Producer Mario Cecchi Gori and Vittorio Cecchi Gori screenplay Gianni Amelio, Andrea Porporati, Alessandro Sermoneta photography Luca Bigazzi editor Simona Paggi sound Alessandro Zanon music Franco Piersanti set designer Giuseppi M. Gaudino costumes Liliana Sotira, Claudia Tenaglia. Cast Enrico Lo Verso Gino Michele...

All Quiet On The Western Front

Moviestone sound, black and white, 35mm also silent version with synchronized music running time 140 minutes length 14 reels, 12,423 feet with synchronized music 15 reels . Released April 1930, Los Angeles. Re-released 1939 but reduced to 10 reels re-released 1950 in the United States re-released 1963 in France. Filmed 1930 in Universal Studio backlots battle scenes shot at Irvine Ranch, California. Producer Carl Laemmle, Jr. screenplay Dell Andrews, Maxwell...

The Guns Brazil Director Ruy Guerra

Production Copacabana Films, Embracine, and Daga Filmes Brazil black and white, 35mm running time 110 minutes length 3300 meters. Released 1964. Filmed in Milagres. Producer Jarbas Barbosa screenplay Miguel Torres and Ruy Guerra, from an adaptation by Pierre Pelegri, Demosthenes Theokary, and Philippe Dumargay from an original story by Ruy Guerra photography Ricardo Aronovich editor Ruy Guerra music Moacyr Santos. Cast Atila Lorio Gaucho, the truck driver Nelson Xavier Mario Maria Gladys Luisa...

An American In Paris

Images American Paris Costumes

Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture Corp. Technicolor, 35mm running time 113 minutes. Released 1950. Filmed 1 August 1950 through fall 1950 at MGM studios, Culver City, California also on location in Paris. Producer Arthur Freed screenplay Alan Jay Lerner photography Al Gilks and John Alton final ballet editor Adrienne Fazan art directors Preston Ames and Cedric Gibbons set decorators Keogh Gleason and Edwin B. Willis music George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin music directors Johnny Green and...

West Germany

Frau Petigk

Production Rialto Film-Preben-Philipsen and Trio Film Westdeutschen Rundfunk color, 35mm running time 115 minutes length 10,313 feet. Released 1981, West Germany. Producers Rainer Werner Fassbinder with Horst Wendlundt screenplay Peter M rthesheimer, Pea Fr lich, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder photography Xaver Schwarzenberger editors Juliane Lorenz and Franz Walsch Rainer Werner Fassbinder sound recordists Vladimir Vizner and Milan Bor art director Helmut Gassner music Peer Raben costume...

Reise der Hoffnung Umuda yolculuk Switzerland Turkey Director Xavier Koller

Production Catpics AG Condor features Switzerland , Antea, Dewe, Cinerent, SRG, RTSI, Film Four International, and Eurimages color running time 111 minutes. Released in Switzerland, August 1990, and in the United States, May 1991 distributed in the United States by Miramax Films. Languages Turkish, Kurdish, and German. Producer Peter-Christian Fueter and Alfi Sinniger screenplay Xavier Koller, Feride igekoglu photography Elemer Ragalyi editors Daniel Gibal, Galip Iyitanir art director Kathrin...

Gone With The Wind

Production Selznick International Pictures Technicolor, 35mm running time 220 minutes length 20,300 feet. Released 15 December 1939 in Atlanta by MGM, some sources list the premiere date as 18 November 1939. Re-released 1947, 1954, 1967, 1969. Filmed 10 December 1938-August 1939 in RKO backlots and studios rented to Selznick International for the film , and on location at Old Laskey Mesa, California. Cost 4,250,000. Producer David O. Selznick screenplay Sidney Howard, with structural...

Comradeship France Germany Director G W Pabst

Production Nero-Film Berlin and Gaumont-Franco Paris , the collaboration of these two companies frequently referred to as NeroFilm AG black and white, 35mm running time 85 minutes, French version is 93 minutes, length 3060 feet German version . Released 1931. Producer Seymour Nebenzel screenplay Ladislaus Laszlo Vajda, Karl Otten, Peter Martin Lampel and Fritz Eckardt, from a story by Karl Otten photography Fritz Arno Wagner and Robert Baberski editor Hans Oser sound recordist A. Jansen...

Gate of Hell Japan

Gate Hell Sanzo Wada

Production Daiei Tokyo Eastmancolor, 35mm running time 89 minutes. Released 1953, Japan. Filmed in Japan. Producer Masaichi Nagata screenplay Teinosuke Kinugasa, from a 20th century play by Kan Kikuchi photography Kohei Sugiyama art director Kisaku Itoh music director Yasuchi Akutagawa costume designer Sanzo Wada color consultant Sanzo Wada. Cast Machiko Kyo Wife Kazuo Hasegawa Husband Koreya Senda Isao Yamagata Yataro Kurokawa Kataro Bando. Awards Oscar for Best Costume Design-Color and...

Nigeria Director Ossie Davis

Production Calpenny-Nigeria Films Ltd Nigeria color running time 85 minutes. Released 1970. Producers Francis Oladele, Arthur Dubons, and Lennart Berns screenplay Wole Soyinka, from his own play assistant directors Dandy E. Oyegunle and Tunde Adeniji photography Ake Dahlquist editors Sharon Sachs, Jerry Gransman, and Gboyega Arulogun sound Bo Abrahamsson art directors D. Lindersay and J. K. Ogunbiyi costumes Danny Moquette, Agbo Folarin, Ayo Aderemi, and Fadeke Akinwunmi. Cast Wole Soyinka...

Alphaville

France-Italy, 1965 Director Jean-Luc Godard Production Chaumiane Paris and Filmstudio Rome black and white, 35mm running time 98 minutes some sources list 100 minutes . Released 1965. Filmed January through February 1965 in Paris. Producer Andre Michelin screenplay Jean-Luc Godard, based on a character created by Peter Cheyney assistant directors Charles Bitsch, Jean-Paul Savignac, and Helene Kalouguine photography Raoul Coutard editor Agnes Guillemot sound Rene Levert music Paul Misraki. Cast...

Raise the Red Lantern Hong Kong China Director Zhang Yimou

Production Era International, Hong Kong, in association with China Film Co-production Corporation colour, 35mm running time 125 minutes. Producers Chiu Fu-Sheng, Hou Xiaoxian, Zhang Wenze screenplay Ni Zhen, based on a short story by Su Tong photography Zhao Fei editor Du Yuan assistant directors Zhang Haniie, Gao Jingwen art directors Cao Jiuping, Dong Huamiao music Zhao Jiping, Naoki Tachikawa sound Li Lanhua make-up Sun Wei costumes Huang Lihua. Cast Gong Li Songlian Ma Jingwu Chen Zuoqian...

Alsino Y El Condor

Alsino and the Condor Nicaragua, 1982 Director Miguel Littin Production Nicaraguan Film Institute, Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry, Latin American Production of Mexico, Costa Rican Cinematographic Co-Operative colour, 35mm running time 89 minutes. Filmed on location in Nicaragua. Producers Lilia Alfaro, Jose Ramon Perez executive producer Herman Littin screenplay Miguel Littin, Isadora Aguirre, Tomas Turrent photography Jorge Herrera, Pablo Martinez editor Miriam Talavera...

Zendegi Edame Darad Life and Nothing More Iran

Production Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults color, 35 mm running time 91 minutes 95 in Iran 108 in Canada sound mono. Filmed in Koker and Poshteh, Iran. Producer Ali Reza Zarrin screenplay Abbas Kiarostami cinematographer Homayun Payvar editor Abbas Kiarostami assistant director Hassen Afakrimi, Alirfa Akbari, Behram Kadhemi production supervisor Nemet Allah Yahifi, Khada Dad Ahmed, Mahrem Fifi production manager Sadika Sarfrazian costume design Hassan...

American Graffiti

American Graffiti Film

Production A Universal-Lucasfilm Ltd.-Coppola Production color, 35mm running time 110 minutes. Released 1973. Filmed 1972 in Petaluma and San Rafael, California cost about 700,000. Producers Francis Ford Coppola and Gary Kurtz screenplay George Lucas, Gloria Katz, and Willard Huyck, from an idea by George Lucas photography Ron Eveslage and Jan D'Alquen editors Verna Fields and Marcia Lucas sound Walter Murch musical score comprised of original versions of several rock-and-roll ''classics'' from...

Hot Winds India Director MS Sathyu

Production Unit 3MM color, 35mm running time 136 minutes some prints are 144 minutes . Released 1973. Producer Ishan Arya, M.S. Sathyu, Abu Siwani screenplay Kaifi Azmi, Shama Zaidi, from the unpublished story by Ismat Chugtai photography Ishan Arya editor S. Chakrabort music Ustad Bahadur Khan. Cast Balraj Sahni Salim Mirza Gita Shauhat Kaifi Amina Mirza Jalal Agha Shamshad Dinanath Zutski Halim Badar Begum Salim's mother Abu Siwani Baqar Mirza Faroukh Shaikh Sikander Mizra Jamal Hashmi Kazim...

All That Heaven Allows

Production Universal-International Technicolor running time 89 minutes released October 1955. Producer Ross Hunter screenplay Peg Fenwick, from a story by Edna L. Lee and Harry Lee photography Russell Metty editors Frank Gross, Fred Baratta sound Leslie I. Carey, Joe Lapis art director Alexander Golitzen, Eric Orbom music supervisor Joseph Gershenson. Cast Jane Wyman Cary Scott Rock Hudson Ron Kirby Agnes Moorehead Sara Warren Conrad Nagel Harvey Virginia Grey AlidaAnderson Gloria Talbott Kay...

Portugal

Production Instituto Portuguese de Cinema color, originally shot in 16mm running time 260 minutes. Released 1978. Filmed in Portugal. Producer Anabela Goncaldes screenplay Manoel de Oliveira, from the novel by Camilo Castelo Branco photography Manuel Costa e Silva editor Soldeig Nordlund art director Antonio Casmiro music Jo o Paes and Handel. Cast Antonio Sequeira Lopes Sim o Botelho Cristina Hauser Tereza Elsa Wallencamp Mariana da Cruz Antonio Costa Juao de Cruz Pedro Dinheiro and Manuela de...

The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp

Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger Production The Archers Technicolor running time 163 minutes, length 14,701 feet. Released June 1943. Producers Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger screenplay Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, from the cartoon character created by David Low photography Georges P rinal process photography W. Percy Day camera operators Geoffrey Unsworth, Jack Cardiff, Harold Haysom editor John Seabourne sound recordists C. C. Stevens, Desmond Dew production designer...

The Battle Of Chile The American Hispanist

Pick, Zuzana, ''The Battle of Chile A Schematic Shooting Script,'' in Cin -Tracts Montreal , Winter 1980. Racinante, editor, La insurrecci n de la burgesia, Caracas, 1975. La batalla de Chile La lucha de un pueblo sin armas, Madrid, 1977. Guzm n, Patricio, and P. Sempere, Chile El cine contra el fascismo, edited by Fernando Torres, Valencia, 1977. Salinas, S., and H. Soto, ''M s vale una s lida formaci n pol tica que la destreza artesanal,'' in Primer Plano Valparaiso , vol. 2, no. 5, 1973....

Part El poder popular The Power of the People

Production Equipo ''Tercer A o,'' in collaboration with Chris Marker and the Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematogr ficos ICAIC Kodak black and white 16mm subsequently blown up to 35mm . Part 1 released 1975, Cannes Film Festival Part 2 released 1976, Cannes Film Festival Part 3 released 1979. Filmed 1973 in Santiago, Chile. Producer Federico Elton screenplay Patricio Guzm n photography Jorge M ller Silva editor Pedro Chaskel sound Bernardo Menz mixing Carlos Fern ndez sound transfer...

Vng Film London

William, Documentary in American Television, New York, 1965. Elson, Robert T., Time Inc., New York, 2 vols., 1968. Fielding, Raymond, The American Newsreel 1911-1967, Norman Oklahoma, 1972. Barsam, Richard, Nonfiction Film A Critical History, New York, 1973. Barnouw, Erik, Documentary A History of the Non-Fiction Film, New York, 1974. Fielding, Raymond, The March of Time 1935-1951, New York, 1978. Ellis, Jack C., The Documentary Idea, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1989. Newsweek New...