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In the late 1950s, sumptuous black and white met CinemaScope, producing movies that married the dramatic chiaroscuro of monochrome with the expressive freedom of the widescreen frame. Lensed by some of film history’s most renowned cinematographers, these shimmering black and white beauties demand to be seen on the big screen. This series is a follow-up to March’s Black & White ’Scope: American Cinema.
Truffaut delights in the freedom of the widescreen frame in his exhilarating debut.
Fellini’s epic stars Marcello Mastroianni in his most iconic performance.
Tarkovsky’s retelling of the life of the medieval icon painter is a transcendent parable.
Hungarian revolutionaries join the Russian Revolution in this visual tour-de-force.
This celluloid hallucination is the crowning achievement of the Czechoslovak New Wave.
This shattering WWII drama is one of the most intense anti-war films ever made.
This exquisite melodrama is one of Japanese auteur Mikio Naruse’s crowning achievements.
The great chanteur Charles Aznavour stars in Truffaut’s exhilarating ode to film noir.
Truffaut’s New Wave masterpiece features an unforgettable performance by Jeanne Moreau.
Resnais’ entrancing investigation of time and memory is a landmark of cinematic modernism.
Jacques Demy’s sublime valentine to classic cinema charts a charming romantic roundelay.
Carol Reed and Graham Greene collaborated on this sparklingly witty Cold War satire.
An incurable dreamer escapes into a vivid fantasy life in this British New Wave classic.
Lust, adultery, and murder play out in remotest Russia.
Frantisek Vlacil’s follow-up to Marketa Lazarova is another hallucinatory medieval saga.
This Czech New Wave masterwork is a Kafkaesque parable about life in a police state.
This titanic WWII epic features an all-star cast and Oscar-nominated cinematography.
Kaneto Shindo transforms an ancient folktale into a bone-chilling erotic ghost story.
Kaneto Shindo’s art-house sensation packs an unforgettable visual and emotional punch.
A nanny suspects that two children are being haunted by ghosts. But is it all in her mind?
Biker exploitation meets atomic-age sci-fi in Joseph Losey’s delirious cult classic.
The mighty Toshiro Mifune stars in this irreverently satirical sequel to Yojimbo.
Toshiro Mifune stars as a wily ronin in one of Kurosawa’s most entertaining samurai sagas.
A young doctor clashes with a wizened older medic in one of Kurosawa’s most moving films.
Kurosawa’s crime drama is “one of the best detective thrillers ever filmed” (NY Times).
Kurosawa’s noir-tinged thriller transposes Hamlet to post-war corporate Tokyo.
A Yakuza hitman is drawn into a ruinous relationship with a thrill-seeking young woman.
An aging swordsman stands up to a powerful lord in order to defend his family’s honor.