Made in 1958, A Night to Remember remains the finest, most accurate account of the sinking of the Titanic.
In Which We Serve, This Happy Breed, Blithe Spirit, and Brief Encounter - looking great and packed with features.
Mikhail Kalatozov's feature Letter Never Sent presents its story of a group of Soviet prospectors in Siberia through stunning imagery and endlessly inventive camerawork.
This intensely compelling documentary on the political process is given a superb package.
Although underdeveloped on story, Letter Never Sent is nonetheless a master class in black and white cinematography.
Fassbinder's take on the future is delightfully paranoid.
Louis Malle's last film is an absolute gem.
Louis Malle's final film, a staging of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, is an intimate and fascinating work.
Tiny Furniture, like all of Dunahm's films, can make you feel uneasy, and it can make you laugh, sometimes at once.
A beautiful, slow-paced thriller, World On A Wire marries science fiction with art-house cinema.