Treasures From The Archives - London Film Festival 2007
There's yet another venue in which to remember the Golden Age with kind nostalgia, and it's from your friends at the London Film Festival.
Here are the films:
Romance and crime in the Weimar Republic.
Will a romance between Chris and Lou be broken up?
The Bitter Tea of General Yen
Barbara Stanwyck stars in this banned erotic melodrama.
Eric von Stroheim as an Austrian officer and a cruel seducer.
A Clockwork Orange
Kubrick's legendary glam-shock provocation featuring Malcolm McDowell.
Drums Along the Mohawk
Henry Fonda stars in John Ford's first colour feature film.
1940s Mexican revolutionary drama from the UNAM film archive in Mexico City.
A wonderful Jeanne Moreau as a femme fatale - Eve Olivier.
Everybody's Business & The Woman's Portion
Two British Home Front propaganda films.
Jimmy the Gent
Comic crime romp starring James Cagney and Bette Davis.
Killer of Sheep
Episodic and poetic portrait of mid 70s LA ghetto life.
The Strange One
Ben Gazarra as Jacko de Paris - the leader in a military academy.
Tonight and Every Night
Glitzy wartime musical starring Rita Hayworth in her auburn-haired prime.
Band numbers, songsters, vaudevillians, chorus girls and novelty acts.