Films in Treasures
Revived and restored from the world’s archives.
Dir Frank Borzage | USA
One of the silent era’s greatest love stories, starring perfect screen couple Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, finds Frank Borzage creating a cinematic heaven.
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Dir Emilio Fernández | Mexico
A glorious story of love and revolution from the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, beautifully restored and guaranteed to set the heart racing.
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Dir John Carpenter | USA
An eerie mist brings forth the vengeful spirits of the dead in John Carpenter’s atmospheric maritime shocker.
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Dir Fridrikh Ermler | Russian Federation
An exquisitely observed story of an amnesiac Tsarist conscript from the First World War who returns to his present mind ten years after the Communists gained power.
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Dir Ingmar Bergman | Sweden
Restored for the centenary of Ingmar Bergman’s birth, the espionage drama that he requested to remain unshown during his lifetime finally returns to the screen.
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Dir Dennis Hopper | USA
Dennis Hopper’s personal, audaciously experimental follow-up to Easy Rider explores the essential artifice of filmmaking and is as wild, courageous and fascinating as its creator.
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Dir-Prod Monta Bell | USA
Marion Davies plays twins separated at birth – one rich, one poor – as electrification hits old New York in a restoration that features gorgeous colour scenes.
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Dir Edward F Cline | USA
Classic comedy Western with the once-in-a-lifetime teaming of Mae West as Miss Flower Belle Lee and WC Fields as Cuthbert J Twillie.
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Dir André De Toth | USA
A film of terrifying prescience, this is a major rediscovery: the only wartime Hollywood drama to depict the Holocaust.
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Dir Hector Babenco | Brazil
Like a bullet to the heart, Hector Babenco’s visceral portrait of the brutalisation of children and teenagers has lost none of its power.
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Dir-Scr René Clair | France
Though less well known than his comedies of the 1920s and early 1930s, René Clair’s first post-war film – a very funny cautionary tale – is arguably his masterpiece.
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Dir-Scr-Prod Billy Wilder | USA
Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon have a riot in cinema’s great screwball comedy of errors and cross-dressing.
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Dir-Scr Euzhan Palcy | France-Martinique
Based on a semi-autobiographical novel by Joseph Zobel and directed by Euzhan Palcy, Sugar Cane Alley is a critically acclaimed and award-winning coming-of-age story.
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Dir Ronald Neame | UK
British acting greats Alec Guinness and John Mills are outstanding as two officers engaged in a battle of wills in this military drama.
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Dir Philip Kaufman | USA
A new restoration provides a welcome opportunity to revisit Philip Kaufman’s acclaimed adaptation of Milan Kundera’s novel – one of the most ambitious American films of the 1980s.
Read more about The Unbearable Lightness of Being