A Fortunate Life

A Fortunate Life 1985

Four part biopic about classic Australian author A.B. Facey (1894-1982). Born in a large impoverished family, uneducated and illiterate, he had to fend for himself since he was eight, and as a recruit in WWI, he was sent to Gallipoli.

Massacre at Noon

Massacre at Noon 1975

In Autumn of 1941, the German army, determined to put down a Communist-led uprising in Serbia, is conducting a policy of killing 100 hostages for any German soldier killed. The city of Kraljevo is the site of one of those massacres, portrayed in this movie.

Sounds of War

Sounds of War 1976

Bardhi, an orphan boy, goes to the city to work in the house of a rich man, where he learns how to play the violin.

The Monument

The Monument 1977

An old gardener tends for the flowers during the war. Nazis ask him for flowers for their dead.

Backyard Battlefield

Backyard Battlefield

on a hot summer day some friends start a water gun fight. This would lead to a battle of epic proportions which would be go on the be known as the Water Wars

The Bride and the Curfew

The Bride and the Curfew 1978

Shpresa goes to the house of fascist collaborators to commit an assassination. After that, dressed as a bride, she becomes an illegal.

Letter from a Time of Exile

Letter from a Time of Exile 1988

Alaouié presents the stories of four exiles from Beirut. Their only connection is the voice of the narrator and their situation of living in exile in Europe. Told with a subtle humor, the film sketches four highly individual portraits of people, whose lives have taken unexpected turns due to the madness of the Civil War.

Guandong Heroine

Guandong Heroine 1989

A teenage girl during Japanese occupation of Northeast China joins a group of bandits to get revenge after her friend is brutally gang-raped by the invaders.