Wasp Wings 1945

This documentary is a record of the role played by Spitfires in defeating the Axis during World War II. The film, which shows these planes in action during the Battle of Britain, in Italy, and on D-Day, also depicts the work of aeronautical engineers and ground crews who kept the Spitfires in the air.

Outpost in Indo-china 1963

A refugee crisis in Vietnam occurs which complicates an French army captain's primary mission of securing a fort.

Operation Enemy Fort 1962

Soldiers on the front lines in China during World War II are besieged by guerrilla attacks and attempt to destroy an enemy fort.

Guerrilla in the plain 1955

A guerrilla group around Li Xiangyang are ambushed by the Japanese invasion army during the War of Resistance.

Letter from Aldershot 1940

Part of the Canada Carries On series, this short film portrays the First Division of the Canadian Active Service Force in Aldershot, England. Using an intimate letter home as a narrative device, this film reveals how the troops were received, what their living conditions were like, how they would get along with their English allies and how they spent their leisure time.

Debatik 1961

Three years after the fascist occupation, a group of children create the anti-fascist organization called "Debatik". Coli, an orphan boy, manages to become a member.

Triumph Over Death 1967

World War II. Albania is under the Nazi occupation. The Germans capture two young girls and torture them to learn more about the communist movement.

Delicacy

Belgium - France border, May 1940 During the British retreat to Dunkirk, two soldiers take cover in a church cellar. Trapped behind enemy lines, they must try to survive without any resources.

The Four Feathers 1921

When a British army officer, Harry Faversham, resigns his commission on the eve of his regiment's departure for service in the Sudan he is sent four white feathers of cowardice by his comrades and fiancee. In an attempt to redeem himself, Faversham travels out to the Sudan where he saves the lives of his former comrades.

Haven't I Told You 1984

Based on real events in Macedonia during the Ottoman era. The plot revolves around a number of Macedonian revolutionaries battling against a large Ottoman-Turkish Army.

The Wind Dropped Before Dawn 1959

Members of Jasna's group are suspicious because of her firing from occupation Special police squad and they start avoiding her. She finds out the members of the group have been betrayed but they become even more suspicious. At the moment when they were ready to liquidate her the true traitor is revealed. Thanks to Jasna's courage an action becomes success and she regains their trust.

Two Flags 1994

Based on Oh Yu-kwon's novel, A Mountain Hut In No-Man's Land, in which a woman helps two men who seek refuge in her humble mountain home at the start of the Korean War. However, her generosity and kindness leads to her losing her family, house and land.

The Lost Bridge 1963

Lieutenant Mosura fights the groups of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Suddenly, he manages to capture and eliminate its commander. Several years passed. The lieutenant is accused of collaborating with the insurgents, because he took part in several terrorist operations in order to gain their trust.

The W Plan 1930

A tense WWI spy thriller in which Colonel Duncan Grant (British star Brian Aherne, in his first talking role), parachutes into Germany to gather intelligence on the enemy’s secret ‘W Plan’ and to assist Allied POWs in digging escape tunnels.

The Guns of Loos 1928

Set against the backdrop of the shell crisis of 1915 at home and the Battle of Loos on the Western Front, two soldiers, one the manager of Grimlaw’s munitions factory are tested in their rivalry for Diana, a red cross nurse (Madeleine Carroll in her first film role).