Films by renowned directors
Nuclear physicist Ted Hall had an explosive secret: during his work on the Manhattan Project, he had shared classified information with the USSR. Fifty years later, Hall and his wife (who knew all along) tell their story—a story about love, sacrifice, and ideology.
Back when crossdressing was a crime in the US, there was a secret refuge in the Catskills, a paradise for those who wanted to live in their true trans identities, even if only for a weekend (with their wives). This is a story about courage, honesty, and one heartwarming community.
After more than four decades making films in her unique personal style, trailblazing and award-winning director Jane Campion surrenders to the camera and invites the viewers to a gorgeous (and very funny) visual journey into the world of ideas and imaginings that shaped her unique cinematic language.
Alfred Hitchcock was known for making cameo appearances in his films. In this intimate guided tour of his greatest works, he keeps up the tradition—with his voice. Revived by director Mark Cousins, Hitchcock reveals the trade secrets that made him the most influential filmmaker in the history of cinema.
A first look at recently uncovered footage of the 1961 Summit Conference of Non-Aligned Countries in Belgrade opens a window into a time of political tumult, struggles for independence in Africa and Asia, meetings between Tito, Nasser, Nehru, and Third World leaders., and unfulfilled hopes for peace and equality.
After Fran Lebowitz, Bob Dylan, and The Rolling Stones, master filmmaker Martin Scorsese lovingly turns his camera to another New York institution: New York Dolls frontman David Johansen, capturing his wild, sharp-witted performance at an enthralling concert, and intercutting it with fascinating interviews and archive footage, of course.
Salvatore Ferragamo walked a long winding road from the tiny Italian village of his birth to glamorous Hollywood, where he became a sought-after shoemaker for stars and filmmakers. Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name) paints the colorful and inspiring portrait of the greatest of all Italian shoemakers.
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