Italy

Adios, Sabata (1971)

Adios, Sabata (1971)

Director: Gianfranco Parolini
Year: 1971

Under the brutal rule of local garrison leader Colonel Skimmel and European tyranny, a group of Mexican revolutionaries hire gunslinger Sabata (Yul Brynner) to rob a transport of Austrian gold in order to buy weapons.

Adios, Sabata (1971)

Adua and Her Friends

Adua and Her Friends

Director: Antonio Pietrangeli
Year: 1960

A rare masterpiece and a wonderful example of Italian Cinema starring two European film icons, Simone Signoret and Marcello Mastroianni, Adua and her Friends tells the story of four prostitutes forced to fend for themselves when a new law closes the...

Adua and Her Friends

After the Fox

After the Fox

Director: Vittorio De Sica
Year: 1966

Millions of dollars worth of gold bullion is on its way from Cairo to an unknown Italian destination. There is only one criminal mastermind capable of stealing it: Aldo Vanucci (Peter Sellers), also known as "the Fox."

After the Fox

All Screwed Up

All Screwed Up

Director: Lina Wertmüller
Year: 1974

An anarchically outrageous comedy from Lina Wertmüller, ALL SCREWED UP is ripe for rediscovery, an accomplishment as impressive as the classics she made before and after: Love and Anarchy (1973) and Swept Away (1974).

All Screwed Up

The Anger

The Anger

Director: Giovannino Guareschi, Pier Paolo Pasolini
Year: 1963

Pier Paolo Pasolini and Giovannino Guareschi, two of the most important opinion makers and intellectuals in post-WWII Europe, employ documentary footage from this era and an accompanying commentary, in which they attempt to answer, Pasolini quite...

The Anger

The Automobile

The Automobile

Director: Alfredo Giannetti
Year: 1971

From the writer of DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE and now available on DVD, THE AUTOMOBILE tells the story of Anna, an experienced prostitute who, despite her success as a permanent part of the Roman nightlife, is dissatisfied by her position. Starring...

The Automobile

Baron Blood

Baron Blood

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1972

An American professor (Antonio Cantafora) travels to the estate of his ancestor, the sadistic Baron Otto von Kleist, seeking the truth beneath his notorious reputation. When he and his assistant Eva (Elke Sommer) read aloud an ancient incantation,...

Baron Blood

A Bay of Blood

A Bay of Blood

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1971

A Bay of Blood

Black Magic Rites

Black Magic Rites

Director:
Year: 1973

Filled with psychedelic '70s style by Italian cult director Renato Polselli (Delirium), this satanic shocker pulses with violently erotic energy, and is a must see for horror aficionados.

Black Magic Rites

Black Sabbath (italian language edition)

Black Sabbath (italian language edition)

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1963

One of the great horror anthology films

Black Sabbath (italian language edition)

Black Sabbath AIP

Black Sabbath AIP

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1964

One of the great horror anthology films of all time, and Mario Bava's personal favorite of his works, Black Sabbath solidified the director's reputation as Europe's maestro of the macabre.

Black Sabbath AIP

Black Sunday

Black Sunday

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1960

In an absolutely mesmerizing performance, BLACK SUNDAY stars Barbara Steele as Asa Vajda, a beautiful woman tortured and executed as a witch — but not before pronouncing a curse upon those who have condemned her, a curse that is fulfilled some...

Black Sunday

Black Sunday (AIP Version)

Black Sunday (AIP Version)

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1960

When Mario Bava's groundbreaking Black Sunday was introduced to the U.S. market, American International Pictures retooled the film for the release. In addition to being redubbed in English, the film was given a new musical score and re-edited.

Black Sunday (AIP Version)

Boccaccio '70

Boccaccio '70

Director: Luchino Visconti, Mario Monicelli, Federico Fellini, Vittorio De Sica
Year: 1962

Four legendary filmmakers direct some of Europe's biggest stars in BOCCACCIO '70, a landmark anthology film. Mario Monicelli (Big Deal on Madonna Street), Federico Fellini (8½), Luchino Visconti (The Leopard) and Vittorio De Sica (Yesterday,...

Boccaccio '70

Body Puzzle

Body Puzzle

Director: Lamberto Bava
Year: 1992

Body Puzzle tells the tragic and increasingly morbid story of the lovely widow Tracy (Gorky Park's Joanna Pacula). Not only has her famous pianist husband Abe died in an auto accident, but someone keeps breaking into her house and leaving severed...

Body Puzzle

The Boss

The Boss

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1973

Based largely on real people and actual events, Fernando Di Leo's action-packed film-the final part of his Milieu Trilogy-is his boldest commentary on corruption and the criminal underworld.

The Boss

Cabiria

Cabiria

Director: Giovanni Pastrone
Year: 1914

Set amidst the splendor of ancient Rome, this film quickly became the most spectacular of the italian cinema's epic, historical genre. Restored using newly mastered materials, variable speed projection and a thrilling piano score.

Cabiria

Caesar Must Die

Caesar Must Die

Director: Vittorio Taviani, Paolo Taviani
Year: 2013

The captivating new drama from legendary Italian auteurs Paolo & Vittorio Taviani follows real-life prison inmates as they rehearse for a performance of Shakespeare's classic story of honour and power, Julius Caesar.

Caesar Must Die

Caliber 9

Caliber 9

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1972

In the first time of the Tirology, small-tiem gangster Ugo Piazza has just been released from prison. He tries to convince the police, the mafia, and his one-time associate Rocco, a sadistic hoodlum who enjoys sick violence and torture that he wants...

Caliber 9

Casanova '70

Casanova '70

Director: Mario Monicelli
Year: 1965

Nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Screenplay, Casanova '70 is a raucously funny sex romp starring Marcello Mastroianni at his charismatic peak. Packed with bed-hopping hijinks, a parade of gorgeous actresses, and Mastroianni's hilariously...

Casanova '70

The Challenge (2017 documentary)

The Challenge (2017 documentary)

Director: Yuri Ancarani
Year: 2017

Italian visual artist Yuri Ancarani’s exquisite documentary, winner of the Filmmaker of the Present award at the 2016 Locarno Film Festival, enters the surreal world of wealthy Qatari sheikhs with a passion for amateur falconry.

The Challenge (2017 documentary)

The Clowns

The Clowns

Director: Federico Fellini
Year: 1970

Fellini's fascination with the circus and the surreal come to a head in one of his final masterpieces, which reflects his childhood obsession with clowns through both narrative and documentary approaches. The carnival sounding score composed by Nino...

The Clowns

The Conformist

The Conformist

Director: Bernardo Bertolucci
Year: 1970

The Conformist is a 1970 political drama directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. The screenplay was written by Bertolucci based on the 1951 novel The Conformist by Alberto Moravia.

The Conformist

Conversation Piece

Conversation Piece

Director: Luchino Visconti
Year: 1974

This Italian classic examines the solitary life of a retired American professor (Burt Lancaster) who lives alone in a luxurious palazzo. When a vulgar Italian marchesa and her companions move in upstairs, his quiet routine is turned upside down by...

Conversation Piece

Crime of Love

Crime of Love

Director: Luigi Comencini
Year: 1974

A forgotten classic, Crime of Love is a story about two factory workers living in Northern Italy who form a romantic connection. The film gives a good idea of the north-south mentality clash in Italy. The workers from the north and the south ma...

Crime of Love

Death Rides a Horse (Da uomo a uomo)

Death Rides a Horse (Da uomo a uomo)

Director: Giulio Petroni
Year: 1969

Fifteen years after four bandits massacred his family while executing a $200,000 robbery, a young man (John Phillip Law, Danger: Diabolik) seeks revenge. The men responsible for the murders all hold positions of power in the new west, but now a...

Death Rides a Horse (Da uomo a uomo)

Dormant Beauty

Dormant Beauty

Director: Marco Bellocchio
Year: 2014

Isabelle Huppert (THE PIANO TEACHER) and Toni Servillo (THE GREAT BEAUTY,) star in Italian master Bellocchio's compelling ensemble drama in which characters in three interrelated storylines struggle with the moral impasses and compromises of modern...

Dormant Beauty

Ferrante Fever

Ferrante Fever

Director: Giacomo Durzi
Year: 2017

With over 10 million copies of her “Neapolitan Novels” sold in over 50 countries, Elena Ferrante is a global literary sensation.

Ferrante Fever

Fire at Sea

Fire at Sea

Director: Gianfranco Rosi
Year: 2016

An Academy Award® nominee for Best Documentary Feature and the first nonfiction film to ever win the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival, Fire at Sea takes place in Lampedusa, a remote Mediterranean island that has become a...

Fire at Sea

First Beautiful Thing

First Beautiful Thing

Director: Paolo Virzi
Year: 2010

La Prima Cosa Bella (The First Beautiful Thing) follows a strong and optimistic mother raising her two children against all odds. Throughout grief and pain she teaches her family to remain open and loving and to cherish the little joys in life. This...

First Beautiful Thing

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