Academy Award Winners

Elmer Gantry

Elmer Gantry

Director: Richard Brooks
Year: 1960

A traveling salesman (Burt Lancaster) stumbles into a revival meeting and discovers that he can hustle money and delivers demonbashing oratories that bring him fame and fortune. But when an old flame (Jean Simmons) re-appears, he is forced to confront demons of a more worldly order.

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Bad Girl

Bad Girl

Director: Frank Borzage
Year: 1931

The great Frank Borzage (A Farewell to Arms) directed this pre-code classic set during The Great Depression, James Dunn (A Tree Grows in Brooklyn) and Sally Eilers (The Black Camel) play a poor couple who must marry when she becomes pregnant.

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Coming Home

Coming Home

Director: Hal Ashby
Year: 1978

Perhaps the most compelling picture ever made about the shattering aftermath of the Vietnam War, Coming Home earned eight Academy Award nominations and won three for Best Actress (Jane Fonda), Actor (Jon Voight) and Original Screenplay.

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Maya Deren Collection

Maya Deren Collection

Director: Maya Deren
Year: 1943

Maya Deren is one of the most important American experimental filmmakers of all time and Kino Classics and Re:Voir are proud to present new 2K restorations of her essential work. Along with being a filmmaker, Deren was a choreographer, dancer, film theorist, poet, lecturer and photographer, and she brings all of these disciplines together in her dreamlike and ecstatic films.

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Nowhere in Africa

Nowhere in Africa

Director: Caroline Link
Year: 2002

A love story spanning two continents, NOWHERE IN AFRICA is the extraordinary true tale of a Jewish family who flees the Nazi regime in 1938 for a remote farm in Kenya. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film (2002).

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Judgment at Nuremberg

Judgment at Nuremberg

Director: Stanley Kramer
Year: 1961

The event the world will never forget! Winner of Two Academy Awards including Actor in a Leading Role (Maximilian Schell, The Black Hole) and nominated for eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture Judgment at Nuremberg is a magnificent achievement in filmmaking, boasting brilliant performances by an all-star cast.

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Prizzi's Honor

Prizzi's Honor

Director: John Huston
Year: 1985

Proffessional hit man, Charley Partanna (Jack Nicholson), a do-it-yourself kind of guy, has been loyal to "The Family" since he can remember. The mafia boss’s daughter (Anjelica Huston) has eyes for Charley, but Charley has just married the sultry hired assassin named Irene Walker (Kathleen Turner). Their unlikely relationship hits a snag, however, as they find out that their next job is to ice each other. Directed by legendary film maker John Huston.

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Bodies, Rest & Motion

Bodies, Rest & Motion

Director: Michael Steinberg
Year: 1993

Bridget Fonda, Tim Roth, Phoebe Cates, and Eric Stoltz star in this left-field Gen-X romantic dramedy that harkens back to the anti-establishment cinema of the previous generation…fittingly, Easy Rider’s Peter Fonda makes a cameo appearance.

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A Star Is Born (1937)

A Star Is Born (1937)

Director: William Wellman
Year: 1937

From maverick filmmaker William A. Wellman (The Public Enemy, Nothing Sacred) comes the original, timeless tale of Hollywood fantasy and heartbreak: A STAR IS BORN. Janet Gaynor stars as Esther Blodgett, a small-time girl who get a lucky break in Hollywood with help from movie star Norman Maine (Fredric March).

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Sidewalk Stories

Sidewalk Stories

Director: Charles Lane
Year: 1988

A young artist living in New York City tries to make a living sketching passers-by on the street. He survives on his meager means and has found refuge in an abandoned building. One night, on the corner of a back alley, he finds a little girl whose father has just been murdered. While struggling to take care of her, he meets a young rich woman who immediately falls in love with this awkward couple.

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