A portrait of Luther Metke, a veteran of the Spanish-American War, poet, philosopher and builder of log cabins in the State of Oregon, in the northwest of the United States.
Documentary short film depicting the work of the United Service Organizations (USO) in providing recreational and morale-boosting services for American troops.
A documentary which captures scenic views and sounds in the valley of Kashmir.
David and Albert Maysles directed this cinema-verite portrait of Joseph E. Levine, the blustery producer and distributor whose works ranged from the sublime (Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Contempt and Carnal Knowledge) to the ridiculous (The Carpetbaggers and Santa Claus Conquers The Martians).
Documentary depicting Hitler’s last offensive in 1944 in the Ardennes, with which he desperately tried to stop the allies thereof, to reach Antwerp.
Chronicles the life and art of Henri Matisse (1869-1954), the French painter whose innovative style and use of color changed the face of 20th-century art.
Inspired by Susan Sontag’s well known essay ‘Notes on Camp’, as well as the very successful rerelease of the 1943 serial Batman, The Movie Orgy is a mind-boggling patchwork of 50s, 60s and 70s television and cinema, conceived by Joe Dante as a film student in Philadelphia.
A portrait of Papua New Guinea, a society clutched by Australian colonialism and hovering uneasily between its head-hunting past and Western civilization, at the time of the nation’s independence festivities.