Remember the Night is a wonderful comedy classic (rated a rare 100% on Rotten Tomatoes!), but too rarely seen today.
Part social satire laced with lively physical comedy, Easy Living ranks as one of the great American screwball comedies from the 1930s.
Newly restored from the original film negative, a portrait of the life and work of celebrated Australian photographer, Olive Cotton.
A zany comedy delving into the gap between the amoral ultra-rich, and the compassion of the working-class poor.
Celebrating the universal power of silent cinema to engage audiences, free of language barriers, whenever it has the opportunity.
Sullivan’s Travels is a gem with wonderful dialogue, eccentric characterisations, and superlative performances throughout.