Andy Warhol - a documentary film

Ric Burns’s portrait of the most resoundingly influential American artist of the second half of the twentieth century. Combining on-camera interviews and never-before-seen still and archival motion picture footage, the film was the first to explore the complete spectrum of Andy Warhol’s astonishing artistic output, stretching across five decades from the late 1940's, to his untimely death in the 1980's.

Anton Chekhov’s The Duel

Anton Chekhov’s The Duel is a sumptuous literary adaptation from the director of Late Marriage and the Academy Award®-nominated producer of Howards End and The Remains of the Day. Based on a short story by the great Russian playwright, The Duel deals with a passion that has turned to dust in the hot sun, and the animosity between two men with opposing philosophies of life.

That Cold Day in the Park

Robert Altman’s second feature, made in 1969. A rich but lonely woman (Sandy Dennis) invites a boy she sees in a nearby park up to her apartment and offers to let him live there. Cinematography by Laszlo Kovacs, music by Johnny Mandel.
Remastered HD CAM SR Master available.


In director Brian De Palma’s 1976 tribute to Hitchcock, Cliff Robertson portrays an American businessman whose wife and child are killed in a botched kidnap rescue effort.
Remastered HD CAM SR Master available.


Jonathan Kaplan directed this 1979 cult classic about kids left to discover their own values and coming up with enough drugs, booze and discontent to push everyone over the edge. Fourteen-year-old Matt Dillon makes his screen debut as the kids' charismatic, doomed leader.
Remastered HD CAM SR Master available.