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Kino French Films
by ALDM
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Film parodique de loft story !
Topics: kino640, kino, humour, telerealite, quebec, aldm, loft story, parodie
Kino French Films
by ALDM
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Voila une vision absurde de la telerealite, veritable vidange culturelle; rien de mieux que d'en rire ! Sans aucun budget, ni serieux, voila une vision digne de aldm sur une parodie de loft story !
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Topics: kino640, kino, aldm, humour, téléréalité, québec
Feature Films
by Adolphe Osso
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Also known as Dragnet Night .
Topics: French, Drama, Boxing
Silent Films
by Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by Albert Capellani
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Feature Films
by Albert Lamorisse
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In the south of France, in a vast plain region called the Camargue, lives White Mane, a magnificent stallion and the leader of a herd of wild horses too proud to let themselves be broken by humans. Only Folco, a young fisherman, manages to tame him. A strong friendship grows between the boy and the horse, as the two go looking for the freedom that the world of men won’t allow them. Long unavailable in the U.S., this extraordinarily shot wonder from Albert Lamorisse, the director of  The Red...
Topics: Albert Lamorisse, drama, English-subtitles
Silent Films
by Albert Préjean; Louis Pré Fils; René Clair; Henri Rollan; Charles Martinelli
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Kino French Films
by Alex Beaudoin
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Un film court fait avec une webcam.
Topics: Kino640, kino, francais, french
Kino French Films
by Alexis Cote
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Videoclip parodique, fait a temps perdu. C'etait un blame et je me suis fait chier un peu avec le green screen.
Topics: kino640, kino, videoclip, music, video, bitch, hip-hop, rap
Silent Films
by Alfred Machin
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Film Noir
by Alice Guy
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Synopsis Dans une cuisine parisienne, un garçon est chargé par sa mère de quérir une bouteille de lait au magasin d'à côté. Pendant ce temps, des gens construisent une barricade dans la rue, alors que des gendarmes s'approchent et leur tirent dessus. Le garçon surgit au milieu de l'affrontement et manque de se faire exécuter... Fiche technique Titre original : L'enfant sur la barricade , Sur la barricade ou L'Émeute Réalisation : Alice Guy Société de production : Gaumont Pays de...
Topics: révolution, la Commune, répression, barricade
Silent Films
by Alice Guy
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Silent Films
by Alice Guy; Félix Mayol
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Silent Films
by Anatole France; Jean Forest; Jacques Feyder; Félix Oudart; Maurice de Féraudy; Marguerite Carré
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Feature Films
by Anatole France; Jean Forest; Jacques Feyder; Félix Oudart; Maurice de Féraudy; Marguerite Carré
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A poor vegetable peddler in Paris runs afoul of the law and finds himself ground up in the cogs of the corrupt French judicial system.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Drama
Source: DVD
Feature Films
by Anatole Litvak
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The gorgeous duo of Charles Boyer and Danielle Darrieux first appeared on-screen together almost twenty years before  The Earrings of Madame de . . . ,  in this sumptuous, tragic romance from Anatole Litvak ( The Snake Pit, Anastasia ).  Mayerling  is the profoundly emotional true story of the doomed adulterous affair between Archduke Rudolf, heir to the Austrian throne, and the young and innocent baron’s daughter Marie Vetsera
Topics: Anatole Litvak, drama, romance, English-subtitles
Silent Films
by André Heuzé; Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by André Heuzé; Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by Bleuette Bernon; Georges Méliès; Victor André; Jeanne d'Alcy; Brunnet
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Feature Films
by Bob Austin, Joy Cavill, John McCallum, Lee Robinson
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NICKEL QUEEN (1971) Director: John McCallum. Cast: Googie Withers, John Laws, Alfred andor, Ed Devereaux, Peter Gwynne, Doreen Warburton, Tom Oliver, Ross Thompson, Joanna McCallum, Eileen Colocott, Maurie Ogden, Mas Masters, Christine Mearing, Sue Hartley, Tasma Michael, Jenny Tuurenhout. Rating: (M) Mature viewing.
Topic: australian movie nickel queen seventies outback comedy adventure
Silent Films
by Byron Kuhn; Marcel L'Herbier; Baron Byron Khun de Prorak; Jaque Catelain; Claude-France Aïssé
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Silent Films
by Camille Bardou; Nathalie Lissenko; Ivan Mozzhukhin; Nicolas Koline
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Prelinger Archive Mashups
by Carlo Patrao
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>> written and produced by pierre faa taken from the forthcoming album "Ginkgo Biloba" (2014) © peppermoon music >> video by carlo patrao (>> zeppelinruc.wordpress.com/) This video was sourced from over one hundred public domain films. Thanks to the Prelinger Archives and Internet Archives.
Topics: Music Video, Collage, Archive Movies, French Pop, Chanson, Animation, Prelinger Archives, Footage
Silent Films
by Carly; Paul Capellani; Mistinguett; Émile Mylo; Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by Catherine Fonteney; Georges Coquet; Georges Tréville; Albert Capellani
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Feature Films
by Chantal Akerman
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In one of Akerman’s most penetrating character studies, Anna, an accomplished filmmaker (played by Aurore Clément), makes her way through a series of European cities to promote her latest movie. Via a succession of eerie, exquisitely shot, brief encounters—with men and women, family and strangers—we come to see her emotional and physical detachment from the world.
Topics: Chantal Akerman, drama, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Chantal Akerman
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In her provocative first feature, Chantal Akerman stars as an aimless young woman who leaves self-imposed isolation to embark on a road trip that leads to lonely love affairs with a male truck driver and a former girlfriend. With its famous real-time carnal encounter and its daring minimalism,  Je tu il elle  is Akerman’s most sexually audacious film.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Chantal Akerman, drama, English-subtitles
Silent Films
by Charles Perrault; Louise Lagrange; Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by Charles Perrault; Segundo de Chomón
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Silent Films
by Charles Vayre; Jean Epstein; Jean Angelo; Lou Dovoyna; Alex Allin; Suzanne Bianchetti
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Silent Films
by Claude Benedict; Jean Epstein; Marie Epstein; Léon Mathot; Gina Manès; Edmond Van Daële
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Silent Films
by Ferdinand Zecca
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Silent Films
by Ferdinand Zecca
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Silent Films
by Ferdinand Zecca
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Silent Films
by Fernande Albany; Jules Verne; Georges Méliès
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Silent Films
by Fragson
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Collectie Filmcollectief
by Frances Reid
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The audio-track is in French but we have only the English translation from the movie available. These film clips tell the story of the human experience of living with HIV/AIDS. People with HIV/AIDS, their husbands and wives, their families, their doctors and health workers talk about how HIV/AIDS has affected their lives. These are the personal video stories from Cameroon and Zimbabwe in which people speak out about their hopes and fears, their struggle against pain and abandonment and their...
Topics: aids, hiv, families, cameroon, zimbabwe, abandonment
Feature Films
by François Truffaut
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Antoine and Colette ( Antoine et Colette ) is a 1962 French short film written and directed by François Truffaut . It is the second installment in Truffaut's five-film series about Antoine Doinel, the character he follows from boyhood to adulthood. Antoine and Colette was made for the 1962 anthology collection Love at Twenty .
Topics: François Truffaut, The Adventures of Antoine Doinel, English-subtitles, short, drama, comedy
Feature Films
by François Truffaut
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Jean-Pierre Léaud returns in the delightful  Stolen Kisses,  the third installment in the Antoine Doinel series. It is now 1968, and the mischievous and perpetually love-struck Doinel has been dishonorably discharged from the army and released onto the streets of Paris, where he stumbles into the unlikely profession of private detective and embarks on a series of misadventures. Whimsical, nostalgic, and irrepressibly romantic,  Stolen Kisses  is Truffaut’s timeless ode to the passion and...
Topics: François Truffaut, The Adventures of Antoine Doinel, English-subtitles, comedy, drama, romance
Feature Films
by François Truffaut
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François Truffaut’s first feature is also his most personal. Told from the point of view of Truffaut’s cinematic counterpart, Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud),  The 400 Blows  ( Les quatre cents coups ) sensitively re-creates the trials of Truffaut’s own childhood, unsentimentally portraying aloof parents, oppressive teachers, and petty crime. The film marked Truffaut’s passage from leading critic to trailblazing auteur of the French New Wave.
Topics: François Truffaut, The Adventures of Antoine Doinel, English-subtitle, crime, drama
Feature Films
by François Truffaut
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The fourth installment in François Truffaut’s chronicle of the ardent, anachronistic Antoine Doinel,  Bed and Board  plunges his hapless creation once again into crisis. Expecting his first child and still struggling to find steady employment, Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) involves himself in a relationship with a beautiful Japanese woman that threatens to destroy his marriage. Lightly comic, with a touch of the burlesque,  Bed and Board  is a bittersweet look at the travails of young...
Topics: François Truffaut, The Adventures of Antoine Doinel, English-subtitles, comedy, drama, romance
Feature Films
by Freddie Jaye
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A complete virtual drive-in program, featuring "The Impossible Kid" and "The Return of the Kung Fu Dragon."
Topics: Asian, exploitation, action, martial arts, B-movie, drive-in
Silent Films
by Frédéric Mistral
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Silent Films
by Gabriel Moreau; Darenne Bennard; Albert Capellani
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Silent Films
by Gaston Velle
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Silent Films
by Georges Gorby; Lucy d'Orbel; Max Linder; Gabrielle Lange
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The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Conquest Of The North Pole: Scientists from all over the world are meeting to discuss the best way to reach the North Pole. Professor Maboul demonstrates for them the innovative equipment that he has designed for the purpose. When everything is ready, Maboul and several other scientists depart for the pole. Their trip will prove to be even more eventful than expected. Country: France Language: French Release Date: 1912 (France) Also Known As: À la conquête du pôle, The Conquest of the Pole...
Topics: Georges Méliès, Fantasy, Adventure, GenX
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Pluto, having seen the earth, comes back home amazed at the success of that well-known dance, the "cake-walk." He has brought back with him two noted well-known dancers, who start their favorite dance amidst the flames. A queer and ugly being wishes also to join in the dance, but his limbs break away and dance far from him. All the subjects of His Majesty are seized with the irresistible mania for dancing, and start an unbridled provincial dance. At this sight Satan starts out of the...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, Horror, Comedy, The Devil
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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Le Diable Géant ou Le Miracle de la Madonne, 1901, 2m03s Star Film Catalogue Nos. 384-385 In a lavishly appointed room, a woman is serenaded by a man playing a lute while balanced on a ladder propped up just outside her window. After they clasp hands and gaze lovingly into each otherâs eyes, he descends to the ground. She crosses the room, beside herself with emotion. A devil appears in the alcove, causes bars to appear on her window, taunts her, and then performs a suggestive dance,...
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Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy, The Devil
The Georges Méliès Collection
by Georges Méliès
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L'Homme à la tête de Caoutchouc (The Man With The Rubber Head) is a 1902 silent French fantasy film directed by Georges Méliès. It was filmed in 1901 and released in 1902. A chemist in his laboratory places upon a table his own head, alive; then fixing upon his head a rubber tube with a pair of bellows, he begins to blow with all his might. Immediately the head increases in size and continues to enlarge until it becomes truly colossal while making faces. The chemist, fearing to burst it,...
Topics: Gen X, Georges Méliès, Short Film, Silent Film, Fantasy
Silent Films
by Georges Méliès
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Silent Films
by Georgette Faraboni; Suzanne Delvé; Jacques Feyder; Kitty Hott; Gaston Michel
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Silent Films
by Gottfried August Bürger; Théophile Gautier; Georges Méliès
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Silent Films
by H.G. Wells; Segundo de Chomón
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Silent Films
by Henri Diamant-Berger; Auguste Maquet; Henri Rollan; Alexandre Dumas; Aimé Simon-Girard; Pierre de Guingand; Charles Martinelli
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Silent Films
by Henri Fescourt
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Feature Films
by Henri-Georges Clouzot
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Blacklisted for his daring "anti-French" masterpiece  Le corbeau,  Henri-Georges Clouzot returned to cinema four years later with the 1947 crime-fiction adaptation  Quai des Orfèvres.  Set within the vibrant dance halls and crime corridors of 1940s Paris,  Quai des Orfèvres  follows ambitious performer Jenny Lamour (Suzy Delair), her covetous husband Maurice Martineau (Bernard Blier), and their devoted confidante Dora Monier (Simone Renant) as they attempt to cover one...
Topics: Henri-Georges Clouzot, crime, drama, mystery, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Henri-Georges Clouzot
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In a squalid South American oil town, four desperate men sign on for a suicide mission to drive trucks loaded with nitroglycerin over a treacherous mountain route. As they ferry their explosive cargo to a faraway oil fire, each bump and jolt tests their courage, their friendship, and their nerves. The result is one of the greatest thrillers ever committed to celluloid, a white-knuckle ride from France’s legendary master of suspense, Henri-Georges Clouzot.
Topics: Henri-Georges Clouzot, 50 Years of Janus Films, Le salaire de la peur, adventure, drama, thriller,...
Feature Films
by Henri-Georges Clouzot
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A mysterious writer of poison-pen letters, known only as Le Corbeau (the Raven), plagues a French provincial town, unwittingly exposing the collective suspicion and rancor seething beneath the community’s calm surface. Made during the Nazi Occupation of France, Henri-Georges Clouzot’s  Le Corbeau  was attacked by the right-wing Vichy regime, the left-wing Resistance press, the Catholic Church, and was banned after the Liberation. But some—including Jean Cocteau and Jean-Paul...
Topics: Henri-Georges Clouzot, drama, fable, banned, Jean Cocteau, Jean-Paul Sartre, WWII, Nazi Occupation,...
Silent Films
by Henry Krauss; Edmond Duquesne; Henri Étiévant; Madeleine Roch; Camille de Morlhon
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Feature Films
by Jacques Berr, Jacques Tati
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In Già dimanche (Joyful Sunday) Jacques Tati and his friend Rhum star as down-and-outs (very much their situation in reality at the time) who try to generate funds by providing an impromptu leisure tour in a rickety bus they wangle use of for free.
Topics: Jacques Berr, Jacques Tati, comedy, Tati Shorts, The Complete Jacques Tati, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Demy
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Jacques Demy’s crystalline debut gave birth to the fictional universe in which so many of his characters would live, play, and love. It’s among his most profoundly felt films, a tale of crisscrossing lives in Nantes (Demy’s hometown) that floats on waves of longing and desire. Heading the film’s ensemble is the enchanting Anouk Aimée as the title character, a cabaret chanteuse who’s awaiting the return of a long-lost lover and unwilling to entertain the adoration of another...
Topics: Jacques Demy, drama, romance, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Demy
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The angelically beautiful Catherine Deneuve was launched to stardom by this dazzling musical heart-tugger from Jacques Demy. She plays an umbrella-shop owner’s delicate daughter, glowing with first love for a handsome garage mechanic, played by Nino Castelnuovo. When the boy is shipped off to fight in Algeria, the two lovers must grow up quickly. Exquisitely designed in a kaleidoscope of colors, and told entirely through lilting songs by the great composer Michel Legrand,  The Umbrellas of...
Topics: Jacques Demy, Michel Legrand, musical, romance, drama, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Demy
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Jacques Demy followed up  The Umbrellas of Cherbourg  with another musical about missed connections and second chances, this one a more effervescent confection. Twins Delphine and Solange, a dance instructor and a music teacher (played by real-life sisters Catherine Deneuve and Françoise Dorléac), long for big-city life; when a fair comes through their quiet port town, so does the possibility of escape. With its jazzy Michel Legrand score, pastel paradise of costumes, and divine supporting...
Topics: Jacques Demy, musical, Michel Legrand, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Demy
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This precisely wrought, emotionally penetrating romantic drama from Jacques Demy, set largely in the casinos of Nice, is a visually lovely but darkly realistic investigation into love and obsession. A bottle-blonde Jeanne Moreau is at her blithe best as a gorgeous gambling addict, and Claude Mann is the bank clerk drawn into her risky world. Featuring a mesmerizing score by Michel Legrand,  Bay of Angels  is among Demy’s most somber works.
Topics: Jacques Demy, drama, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Demy
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In this lovingly crafted, wildly eccentric adaptation of a classic French fairy tale, Jacques Demy casts Catherine Deneuve as a princess who must go into hiding as a scullery maid in order to fend off an unwanted marriage proposal—from her own father, the king (Jean Marais). A topsy-turvy riches-to-rags fable with songs by Michel Legrand,  Donkey Skin  creates a tactile fantasy world that’s perched on the border between the earnest and the satiric, and features Delphine Seyrig in a...
Topics: Jacques Demy, fairy tale, Michel Legrand, fantasy, English-subtitles, fable
Feature Films
by Jacques Demy
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In this musical melodrama set against the backdrop of a workers’ strike in Nantes, Dominique Sanda plays a young woman who wishes to leave her brutish husband (Michel Piccoli) for an earthy steelworker (Richard Berry), though he is involved with another. Unbeknownst to the girl, the object of her affection boards with her no-nonsense baroness mother (Danielle Darrieux). A late-career triumph from Jacques Demy,  Une chambre en ville received nine César Award nominations and features a rich,...
Topics: Jacques Demy, musical, drama, Michel Colombier, English-subtitles
Silent Films
by Jacques Grétillat; Albert Capellani; Marguerite Brésil; Alexandre Arquillière; Georges Docquois; Henri Desfontaines
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Feature Films
by Jacques Tati
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In his enchanting debut feature Jour de fête (Celebration Day), Jacques Tati stars as a fussbudget of a postman who is thrown for a loop when a traveling fair comes to his village. Even in this early work, Tati was brilliantly toying with the devices (silent visual gags, minimal yet deftly deployed sound effects) and exploring the theme (the absurdity of our increasing reliance on technology) that would define his cinema.
Topics: Jacques Tati, comedy, The Complete Jacques Tati, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Tati
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L'école des facteurs (School for Postmen) is a 1947 short film directed and starring Jacques Tati, playing a French postman adamant to prove he can be just as fast as American postmen at delivering mail.
Topics: Jacques Tati, comedy, short, Tati Shorts, The Complete Jacques Tati, English-subtitles
Feature Films
by Jacques Tati, Nicolas Ribowski
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Cours du Soir ( Evening Classes ) is a thirty-minute short film in which Jacques Tati demonstrates the art of mime to a group of enthusiastic students. Amongst skits performed are those of a tennis player and a horse rider – sketches that initially brought Tati acclaim on music hall stages in the 1930s.
Topics: Jacques Tati, comedy, short, Tati Shorts, The Complete Jacques Tati, English-subtitles, Nicolas...
Feature Films
by Jacques Tati, Sophie Tatischeff
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Directed by Jacques Tati's daughter Sophie Tatischeff, Dégustation maison (House Tasting) is a thirteen-minute comic short shot in a café in Sainte-Sévère-sur-indre, the same town where Tati's Jour de fête was filmed. It won the César Award For best short fiction film in 1978.
Topics: Jacques Tati, Sophie Tatischeff, short, Tati Shorts, The Complete Jacques Tati, comedy,...
Silent Films
by Jane Renouardt; Henri Collen; Max Linder; Gabrielle Lange; René Leprince
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Silent Films
by Jane Renouardt; Max Linder; Stacia Napierkowska; Harry Fragson
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