Flicker Alley Archive
Clara Bow really shines, and an early Gregory Peck is not bad in this restored silent of 1927. Children of Divorce, Blu-ray (1927/2016) Cast: Clara Bow, Gary Cooper, Esther Ralston, Einar Hanson, Norman Trevor Directors: Frank Lloyd & Josef von Sternberg Studio: Paramount/Blackhawk Films/ Flicker Alley (12/3/16) (2 discs: Blu-ray & DVD) Video: 4:3 silent, […]
A fascinating Gothic silent by one of the leading German directors. Destiny (Fritz Lang), Blu-ray (1921/2016) Director: Fritz Lang Cast: Lil Dagover, Walter Janssen, Bernard Goetzke Studio: Decla-Bioscop (Weimar Republic)/Blackhawk Films/ Flicker Alley FA-MD3 036 Video: 4:3+ for 16:9 screens, B&W 1080p HD Audio: English titles by Ulrich Ruedel Music: Orig. score played by Mont […]
“The Return of Lost Noir Classics” = Too Late for Tears, Blu-ray (1949/2016); Woman On the Run, Blu-ray (1950/2016)
Two classic film noir features from around 1950, beautifully restored by the UCLA Film & TV Archive and distributed by Flicker Alley. “The Return of Lost Noir Classics” = Too Late for Tears, Blu-ray (1949/2016) Woman On the Run, Blu-ray (1950/2016) Too Late Cast: Lizabeth Scott, Dan Duryea, Arthur Kennedy Director: Byron Haskin Studio: Republic […]
A path-breaking 1924 French film which brought together many leaders in modern art and design. L’Inhumaine, Blu-ray (1924/2016) Cast: Georgette Leblanc, Jaque Catelain Director: Marcel L’Herbier Titles & some sets: Ferdinand Leger Studio: Hermes/CNC/ Lobster/Blackhawk Films/ Flicker Alley FA0045 (3/1/16) Video: 4:3 black & white, silent New musical scores by: Aidje Tafial, The Alloy Orchestra […]
15 newly-restored shorts by and starring Charlie Chaplin, on both DVD & Blu-ray.
A surpisingly enjoyable 1916 silent serial on Sherlock Holmes, beautifully restored.
An amazing collection of some of the most important avant-garde films since 1920.
A long but very artistic and exciting 1923 French silent serial.
A stunning collection of early 3D films for the format’s 100th anniversary.
The main film is one of the most important in the development of cinema and a must see.
A now-dated but interesting resurrection of one of the original Cinerama films.
Big and brash three-screen spectacular, but mostly dumb and offensive.
Two documentaries: one rather boring and one fascinating.
A definitive restoration of the classic 1923 Lon Chaney silent.
Short films from a little-known filmmaker; for those into historic and obscure art films.
Five interesting silent features made by Russian emigrants to Paris.
One of the earliest ethnographic films, and other fascinating period views of life in the Arctic.
A good introduction to some of the forward-looking silent film shorts, with interesting improvised scores.
Interesting to see these early ’50s Cinerama films restored so successfully and enjoyably.