Most Popular History Of Cinema Movies and TV Shows
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1. Hugo (2011)
PG | 126 min | Drama, Family, Fantasy
In 1931 Paris, an orphan living in the walls of a train station gets wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father and an automaton.
Votes: 294,002 | Gross: $73.86M
2. Renoir (2012)
R | 111 min | Biography, Drama, History
Set on the French Riviera in the summer of 1915, Jean Renoir -- son of the Impressionist painter, Pierre-Auguste -- returns home to convalesce after being wounded in World War I. At his ... See full summary »
Votes: 5,028 | Gross: $2.29M
Not Rated | 89 min | Drama
During the production of his latest movie, a director feels the need to add a new scene, emphasising on the protagonist's aesthetic nudity. Endless negotiations begin between lunch and dinner; however, will they ever reach a conclusion?
840 min | Documentary
A documentary that spans 13 decades and five continents to give a guided tour of the art and craft of movies as told by female filmmakers.
8. What War May Bring (2010)
120 min | Drama
Ilva runs her stepfather's Eden Palace cinema in wartime Paris against a background of Resistance activities, the frequent sight of less fortunate Parisians being shipped east in ... See full summary »
12. Two in the Wave (2010)
Not Rated | 91 min | Documentary
Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut, their careers, their friendship and their impact on the French New Wave of the 1960s.
Votes: 777 | Gross: $0.03M
13. One Hundred Children Waiting for a Train (1988)
55 min | Documentary
"Tells the story of a group of Chilean children who discover a larger reality and a different world through the cinema. Each Saturday, Alicia Vega transforms the chapel of Lo Hermida into a... See full summary »
14. History of Cinema in Popielawy (1998)
100 min | Drama, Fantasy, Romance
A young boy dreams of rebuilding a cinematograph constructed by his ancestor. The boy's father, however, does not approve of the idea.
130 min | Documentary, History
An examination of the work and lives of actresses in the Iranian film industry prior to the 1979 revolution, featuring myriad interviews and rare film clips.
22. Natan (2013)
66 min | Documentary, Biography, History
Bernard Natan could be described as one of the fathers of French cinema. How did he come to be completely forgotten, especially so in France? How is it that what little attention is paid to... See full summary »
24. Coming to America: Jan Troell on 'The Emigrants' and 'The New Land' (2016 Video)
36 min | Documentary, Short
An interview with director Jan Troell, conducted by critic Peter Cowie, on his epic Oscar-nominated masterpieces, The Emigrants (1971) and The New Land (1972).
25. Entangling Shadows (1998)
Celebrates 100 years of cinema in Latin America by discussing its origins and development in this subcontinent. Its structure is based in 12 short films directed by various Latin American directors.
Directors: Fernando Birri, Federico García Hurtado, Andrés Marroquín, Jacobo Morales, Pablo Rodríguez Jáuregui, Juan Carlos Tabío, Edmundo Aray, Marcela Fernández Violante, Julio García Espinosa, María Novaro, David Rodríguez, Orlando Senna, Iván Trujillo | Stars: Maria Bethânia, Michael Chanan, Costa-Gavras, Gabriel García Márquez
28. Britain Through a Lens - The Documentary Film Mob (2011 TV Movie)
60 min | Documentary
A film that shows how, from 1929 to the end of World War Two, a small group of well-to-do film makers' and government bureaucrats started the British documentary genre.
35. Commeddia all'italiana and Il Sorpasso (2014)
16 min | Documentary, Short
Interview with film scholar Remi Fournier Lanzoni who discusses the social foundation of commedia all'italiana, the style of director Dino Risi and the unique qualities of Risi's 1962 film Il Sorpasso.
36. Kinomagnat (2012)
25 min | Documentary, Short
The film tells about Aleksandr Khanzhonkov - the first Russian cinema producer and famous film maker of pre-revolutionary Russia.
37. Hollywood sur Seine (2016)
7 min | Short, Comedy
Richard from Épinay tells us the crazy and fabulous story of Eclair Studios. Devoured by the passion of cinema, he makes us discover with his acolytes his Hollywood-on-Seine, where Louis Jouvet or Jean Gabin are regularly invited.