Every Film and TV Series I Own That I Have Not Seen

  • • The Call of the Cumberlands (Jan. 23, 1916, Julia Crawford Ivers)
    • Where Are My Children? (May 1916, Lois Weber, Phillips Smalley)
    • ’49-’17 (Oct. 15, 1917, Ruth Ann Baldwin)
    • Broadway Love (Jan. 21, 1918, Ida May Park)
    • Back to God’s Country (Oct. 27, 1919, David Hartford, uncred. Nell Shipman)
    • The Spiders: Part 2 (Feb. 2, 1920, Fritz Lang)
    • The Wandering Shadow (Dec. 25, 1920, Fritz Lang)
    • Four Around the Woman (Feb. 3, 1921, Fritz Lang)
    • Too Wise Wives (May 22, 1921, Lois Weber)
    • Destiny (Oct. 6, 1921, Fritz Lang)
    • Die Gezeichneten (Feb. 7, 1922, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
    • Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (Apr. 27, 1922, Fritz Lang)
    • Der var engang (Oct. 3, 1922, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
    • Salomé (Feb. 15, 1923, Charles Bryant, uncred. Alla Nazimova)
    • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Sept. 2, 1923, Wallace Worsley)
    • The Song of Love (Dec. 24, 1923, Frances Marion and Chester M. Franklin)
    • Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (Feb. 14, 1924, Fritz Lang)
    • Die N: Kriemhild’s Revenge (Apr. 26, 1924, Fritz Lang)
    • Michael (Sept. 26, 1924, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
    • Kino-Eye (Oct. 31, 1924, Dziga Vertov)
    • Whirlpool of Fate (Mar. 20, 1925, Jean Renoir)
    • Master of the House (Oct. 5, 1925, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
    • Body and Soul (Nov. 9, 1925, Oscar Micheaux)
    • The Bride of Glomdal (Jan. 1, 1926, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
    • The Flying Ace (1926, Richard E. Norman)
    • Nana (Apr. 27, 1926, Jean Renoir)
    • Ten Nights in a Bar Room (Dec. 27, 1926, Roy Calnek)
    • The Scar of Shame (1927, Frank Perugini)
    • Running Wild (June 11, 1927, Gregory La Cava)
    • Downhill (Oct. 24, 1927, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • Eleven P.M. (1928, Richard Maurice)
    • Spies (Mar. 22, 1928, Fritz Lang)
    • Champagne (Aug. 20, 1928, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • The Manxman (Jan. 21, 1929, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • Linda (Apr. 1, 1929, Dorothy Davenport Reid)
    • Woman in the Moon (Oct. 15, 1929, Fritz Lang)
    • People on Sunday (Feb. 4, 1930, Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer)
    • Murder! (July 31, 1930, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • The Skin Game (Feb. 26, 1931, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • Tabu (Mar. 18, 1931, F.W. Murnau)
    • The Front Page (Mar. 19, 1931, Lewis Milestone)
    • *Man of the World (Mar. 28, 1931, Richard Wallace)
    • Enthusiasm (Apr. 2, 1931, Dziga Vertov)
    • The Exile (May 16, 1931, Oscar Micheaux)
    • La Chienne (Nov. 20, 1931, Jean Renoir)
    • Mädchen in Uniform (Nov. 27, 1931, Leontine Sagan, Carl Froelich)
    • Rich and Strange (Dec. 10, 1931, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • The Girl from Chicago (1932, Oscar Micheaux)
    • *Night After Night (Oct. 29, 1932, Archie Mayo)
    • If I Had a Million (Nov. 18, 1932, James Cruze, H. Bruce Humberstone, Ernst Lubitsch, Norman Z. McLeod, Lothar Mendes, Stephen Roberts, William A. Seiter, Norman Taurog)
    • Liebelei (Feb. 24, 1933, Max Ophüls)
    • Design for Living (Nov. 22, 1933, Ernst Lubitsch)
    • The Wedding of Palo (Mar. 5, 1934, Friedrich Dalsheim)
    • We’re Not Dressing (Apr. 25, 1934, Norman Taurog)
    • Imitation of Life (Oct. 1934, John M. Stahl)
    • The Good Fairy (Jan. 31, 1935, William Wyler)
    • *Goin’ to Town (Apr. 25, 1935, Alexander Hall)
    • *Hands Across the Table (Oct. 18, 1935, Mitchell Leisen)
    • The Bohemian Girl (Feb. 14, 1936, James W. Horne, Charley Rogers)
    • *Love Before Breakfast (Mar. 9, 1936, Walter Lang)
    • Show Boat (May 14, 1936, James Whale)
    • *The Princess Comes Around (May 22, 1936, William K. Howard)
    • *Go West Young Man (Nov. 13, 1936, Henry Hathaway)
    • Easy Living (July 7, 1937, Mitchell Leisen)
    • Drôle de Drame (Oct. 20, 1937, Marcel Carné)
    • True Confession (Dec. 24, 1937, Wesley Ruggles)
    • Swiss Miss (May 20, 1938, John G. Blystone)
    • Thanks for the Memory (Nov. 11, 1938, George Archainbaud)
    • Birthright (1939, Oscar Micheaux)
    • Young Mr. Lincoln (May 30, 1939, John Ford)
    • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (August 31, 1939, William Dieterle)
    • The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum (Oct. 10, 1939, Kenji Mizoguchi)
    • *The Cat and the Canary (Oct. 27, 1939, Elliott Nugent)
    • Time Out of Rhythm (June 5, 1941, Sidney Salkow)
    • *Nothing But the Truth (Oct. 10, 1941, Elliott Nugent)
    • How Green Was My Valley (Oct. 28, 1941, John Ford)
    • Les Visiteurs du Soir (Dec. 5, 1942, Marcel Carné)
    • The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (June 10, 1943, Michal Powell, Emeric Pressburger)
    • Sahara (Sept. 2, 1943, Zoltan Korda)
    • The Invisible Man’s Revenge (June 9, 1944, Ford Beebe)
    • Children of Paradise (Mar. 9, 1945, Marcel Carné)
    • Two People (Mar. 23, 1945, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
    • Rockin’ in the Rockies (Apr. 17, 1945, Vernon Keays)
    • Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A. (1946, Spencer Williams)
    • She-Wolf of London (May 17, 1946, Jean Yarbrough)
    • Gentleman’s Agreement (Nov. 11, 1947, Elia Kazan)
    • The Paradine Case (Dec. 30, 1947, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • A Foreign Affair (June 30, 1948, Billy Wilder)
    • Caught (Wild Calendar) (Feb. 17, 1949, Max Ophüls)
    • Le Silence de la Mer (Apr. 22, 1949, Jean-Pierre Melville)
    • Under Capricorn (Sept. 8, 1949, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • Stromboli (Feb. 15, 1950, Roberto Rossellini)
    • Europe ’51 (Sept. 12, 1952, Roberto Rossellini)
    • I Vinti (Sept. 4, 1953, Michelangelo Antonioni)
    • The Earrings of Madam De… (Sept. 16, 1953, Max Ophüls)
    • Love in the City (Nov. 27, 1953, Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini, Alberto Lattuada, Carlo Lizzani, Francesco Maselli, Dino Risi, Cesare Zavattini)
    • Dog Star Man (1964, Stan Brakhage)
    • Pale Flower (Mar. 1, 1964, Masahiro Shinoda)
    • Journey to Italy (Sept. 7, 1954, Roberto Rossellini)
    • East of Eden (Mar. 9, 1955, Elia Kazan)
    • Revenge of the Creature (Mar. 29, 1955, Jack Arnold)
    • Journey to the Beginning of Time (Aug. 5, 1955, Karel Zeman)
    • Le Amiche (Sept. 6, 1955, Michelangelo Antonioni)
    • The Violent Years (1956, William Morgan)
    • The Creature Walks Among Us (Apr. 26, 1956, John Sherwood)
    • Death in the Garden (Sept. 21, 1956, Luis Buñuel)
    • 3:10 to Yuma (Aug. 7, 1957, Delmer Daves)
    • Man of a Thousand Faces (Aug. 13, 1957, Joseph Pevney)
    • Invention for Destruction (June 27, 1958, Karel Zeman)
    • Le Beau Serge (June 6, 1958, Claude Chabrol)
    • The Hidden Fortress (Dec. 28, 1958, Akira Kurosawa)
    • Night of the Ghouls (1959, Ed Wood)
    • The Diary of Anne Frank (Mar. 18, 1959, George Stevens)
    • The Doctor’s Horrible Experiment (Aug 31, 1959, Jean Renoir)- TV movie
    • Wild River (May 22, 1960, Elia Kazan)
    • 13 Ghosts (July 18, 1960, William Castle)
    • Rocco and His Brothers (Sept. 6, 1960, Luchino Visconti)
    • The Misfits (Jan. 31, 1961, John Huston)
    • Homicidal (June 9, 1961, William Castle)
    • Mr. Sardonicus (Oct. 8, 1961, William Castle)
    • Paris Belongs to Us (Dec. 13, 1961, Jacques Rivette)
    • Jules and Jim (Jan. 23, 1962, François Truffaut)
    • L’Eclisse (Apr. 12, 1962, Michelangelo Antonioni)
    • The Elusive Corporal (May 23, 1962, Jean Renoir)
    • The Fabulous Baron Munchausen (July 1962, Karel Zeman)
    • 13 Frightened Girls (Apr. 18, 1963, William Castle)
    • The Haunted Palace (Aug. 28, 1963, Roger Corman)
    • Dementia 13 (Sept. 25, 1963, Francis Ford Coppola)
    • Strait-Jacket (Jan. 8, 1964, William Castle)
    • Woman in the Dunes (Feb. 15, 1964, Hiroshi Teshigahara)
    • Before the Revolution (May 9, 1964, Bernardo Bertolucci)
    • The Masque of Red Death (June 24, 1964, Roger Corman)
    • Marnie (July 9, 1964, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • The World’s Most Beautiful Swindlers (Aug. 14, 1964, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard, Ugo Gregoretti, Hiromichi Horikawa)
    • A Married Woman (Sept. 8, 1964, Jean-Luc Godard)
    • Pierrot le Fou (Aug. 29, 1965, Jean-Luc Godard)
    • Juliet of the Spirits (Oct. 16, 1965, Federico Fellini)
    • Masculin Féminin (Mar. 22, 1966, Jean-Luc Godard)
    • Torn Curtain (July 14, 1966, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • Les créatures (Sept. 3, 1966, Agnès Varda)
    • The Deadly Bees (Dec. 23, 1966, Freddie Francis)
    • The Young Girls of Rochefort (March 8, 1967, Jacques Demy)
    • The Oldest Profession (Apr. 7, 1967, Claude Autant-Lara, Mauro Bolognini, Philippe de Broca, Jean-Luc Godard, Franco Indovina, Michael Pfleghar)
    • Belle de Jour (May 24, 1967, Luis Buñuel)
    • King Kong Escapes (July 22, 1967, Ishirô Honda)
    • Far from the Madding Crowd (Oct. 16, 1967, John Schlesinger)
    • The Story of a Three-Day Pass (Oct. 21, 1967, Melvin Van Peebles)
    • Berserk (Nov. 1967, Jim O’Connolly)
    • Playtime (Dec. 16, 1967, Jacques Tati)
    • Weekend (Dec. 29, 1967, Jean-Luc Godard)
    • The Bride Wore Black (Mar. 22, 1968, François Truffaut)
    • Je t’aime, je t’aime (Apr. 24, 1968, Alain Resnais)
    • Witchfinder General (May 15, 1968, Michael Reeves)
    • Spirits of the Dead (May 17, 1968, Federico Fellini, Louis Malle, Roger Vadim)
    • Hang ‘Em High (May 31, 1968, Ted Post)
    • The Devil Rides Out (July 20, 1968, Terence Fisher)
    • Teorema (Sept. 5, 1968, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
    • The Night They Raided Minsky’s (Dec. 21, 1968, William Friedkin)
    • Fellini’s Satyricon (Sept. 4, 1969, Federico Fellini)
    • Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (Sept. 17, 1969, Paul Mazursky)
    • Lions Love (… and Lies) (Sept. 20, 1969, Agnès Varda)
    • Watermelon Man (May 27, 1970, Melvin Van Peebles)
    • The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (Oct. 29, 1970, Billy Wilder)
    • Cold Turkey (Feb. 19, 1971, Norman Lear)
    • Death in Venice (Mar. 1, 1971, Luchino Visconti)
    • The Abominable Dr. Phibes (May 18, 1971, Robert Fuest)
    • Drive, He Said (May 24, 1971, Jack Nicholson)
    • Sunday Bloody Sunday (July 1, 1971, John Schlesinger)
    • The Devils (July 16, 1971, Ken Russell)
    • A Safe Place (Oct. 15, 1971, Henry Jaglom)
    • The Merchant of Four Seasons (Feb. 10, 1972, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    • The Seduction of Mimi (Feb. 19, 1972, Lina Wertmüller)
    • Roma (Mar. 9, 1972, Federico Fellini)
    • The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (June 25, 1972, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    • The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Sept. 15, 1972, Luis Buñuel)
    • The King of Marvin Gardens (Oct. 12, 1972, Bob Rafelson)
    • What the Peeper Saw (Oct. 14, 1972, James Kelley, Andrea Bianchi)
    • Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (Oct. 29, 1972 – Mar. 18, 1973, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)- TV mini-series
    • Don’t Play Us Cheap (Dec. 11, 1972, Melvin Van Peebles)
    • The Getaway (Dec. 16, 1972, Sam Peckinpah)
    • Love & Anarchy (Feb. 22, 1973, Lina Wertmüller)
    • The Day of the Jackal (May 16, 1973, Fred Zinnemann)
    • Female Prisoner Scorpion: Beast Stable (July 29, 1973, Shun’ya Itô)
    • World on a Wire (Oct. 14, 1973, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)- TV mini-series
    • The Optimists of Nine Elms (Oct. 18, 1973, Anthony Simmons)
    • Magnum Force (Dec. 13, 1973, Ted Post)
    • Amarcord (Dec. 13, 1973, Federico Fellini)
    • Papillon (Dec. 16, 1973, Franklin J. Schaffner)
    • Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701’s Grudge Song (Dec. 29, 1973, Yasuharu Hasebe)
    • All Screwed Up (Feb. 21, 1974, Lina Wertmüller)
    • Céline and Julie Go Boating (May 1974, Jacques Rivette)
    • Arabian Nights (May 20, 1974, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
    • Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (June 15, 1974, Toshiya Fujita)
    • The Phantom of Liberty (Sept. 11, 1974, Luis Buñuel)
    • Lenny (Nov. 10, 1974, Bob Fosse)
    • Seizure (Nov. 15, 1974, Oliver Stone)
    • Katie Tippel (Mar. 6, 1975, Paul Verhoeven)
    • The Dragon Tamers (Mar. 15, 1975, John Woo)
    • Hester Street (Mar. 19, 1975, Joan Micklin Silver)
    • Fox and His Friends (May 15, 1975, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    • Daguerrotypes (June 24, 1975, Agnès Varda)
    • The Giant Spider Invasion (Oct. 1975, Bill Rebane)
    • The Man Who Would Be King (Nov. 27, 1975, John Huston)
    • The Killer Elite (Dec. 17, 1975, Sam Peckinpah)
    • Next Stop, Greenwich Village (Feb. 4, 1976, Paul Mazursky)
    • The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Feb. 15, 1976, John Cassavetes)
    • Family Plot (Mar. 21, 1976, Alfred Hitchcock)
    • The Enforcer (Dec. 16, 1976, James Fargo)
    • Mikey and Nicky (Dec. 21, 1976, Elaine May)
    • One Sings, the Other Doesn’t (Mar. 9, 1977, Agnès Varda)
    • That Obscure Object of Desire (Aug. 17, 1977, Luis Buñuel)
    • Soldier of Orange (Sept. 22, 1977, Paul Verhoeven)
    • Julia (Oct. 2, 1977, Fred Zinnemann)
    • Convoy (June 10, 1978, Sam Peckinpah)
    • Phantasm (Jan. 1979, Don Coscarelli)
    • Woyzeck (May 25, 1979, Werner Herzog)
    • Thirst (Sept. 28, 1979, Rod Hardy)
    • Tess (Oct. 25, 1979, Roman Polanski)
    • Spetters (Feb. 28, 1980, Paul Verhoeven)
    • The Stunt Man (June 27, 1980, Richard Rush)
    • Mur murs (May 17, 1981, Agnès Varda)
    • Deadly Blessing (Aug. 14, 1981, Wes Craven)
    • Lola (Aug. 20, 1981, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    • Documenteur (Sept. 13, 1981, Agnès Varda)
    • Veronkia Voss (Feb. 18, 1982, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    • The Verdict (Dec. 7, 1982, Sidney Lumet)
    • The 4th Man (Mar. 24, 1983, Paul Verhoeven)
    • And the Ship Sails On (Sept. 10, 1983, Federico Fellini)
    • Sudden Impact (Dec. 8, 1983, Clint Eastwood)
    • Christine (Dec. 9, 1983, John Carpenter)
    • Boy Meets Girl (May 1984, Leos Carax)
    • Where the Green Ants Dream (May 1984, Werner Herzog)
    • Stranger Than Paradise (May 16, 1984, Jim Jarmusch)
    • Threads (Sept. 23, 1984, Mick Jackson)- TV movie
    • Silent Night, Deadly Night (Nov. 9, 1984, Charles E. Seillier Jr.)
    • The Cotton Club Encore (Dec. 4, 1984, Francis Ford Coppola)
    • Starman (December 14, 1984, John Carpenter)
    • Lifeforce (June 21, 1985, Tobe Hooper)
    • American Flyers (Aug. 16, 1985, John Badham)
    • River’s Edge (Aug. 27, 1986, Tim Hunter)
    • Intervista (May 18, 1987, Federico Fellini)
    • Prince of Darkness (Oct. 21, 1987, John Carpenter)
    • Cobra Verde (Dec. 3, 1987, Werner Herzog)
    • Kung-Fu Master! (Feb. 1988, Agnès Varda)
    • Jane B. par Agnès V. (Mar. 2, 1988, Agnès Varda)
    • Salaam Bombay! (May 1988, Mira Nair)
    • Killer Klowns from Outer Space (May 27, 1988, Stephen Chiodo)
    • As Tears Go By (June 9, 1988, Kar-Wai Wong)
    • Police Story 2 (Aug. 13, 1988, Jackie Chan)
    • Rain Man (Dec. 12, 1988, Barry Levinson)
    • Talk Radio (Dec. 23, 1988, Oliver Stone)
    • Resurrected (Feb. 1989, Paul Greengrass)
    • Metropolitan (Jan. 1990, Whit Stillman)
    • An Angel at My Table (June 11, 1990, Jane Campion)
    • Days of Being Wild (December 15, 1990, Kar-Wai Wong)
    • Jacquot de Nantes (May 15, 1991, Agnès Varda)
    • Until the End of the World (Sept. 12, 1991, Wim Wenders)
    • High Heels (Oct. 23, 1991, Pedro Almodóvar)
    • Color Adjustment (Jan. 29, 1992, Marlon Riggs)
    • And Life Goes On (Feb. 1, 1992, Abbas Kiarostami)
    • Bitter Moon (July 12, 1992, Roman Polanski)
    • Lorenzo’s Oil (Dec. 30, 1992, George Miller)
    • Grey Knight (Mar. 7, 1993, George Hickenlooper)
    • Body Snatchers (May 15, 1993, Abel Ferrara)
    • King of the Hill (May 19, 1993, Steven Soderbergh)
    • Menace II Society (May 26, 1993, Albert and Allen Hughes)
    • The Young Girls Turn 25 (Oct. 1993, Agnès Varda)
    • Kika (Oct. 29, 1993, Pedro Almodóvar)
    • Shadowlands (Dec. 25, 1993, Richard Attenborough)
    • Four Weddings and a Funeral (Jan. 20, 1994, Mike Newell)
    • Through the Olive Trees (Feb. 1, 1994, Abbas Kiarostami)
    • Barcelona (June 1994, Whit Stillman)
    • Chungking Express (July 14, 1994, Kar-Wai Wong)
    • Eat Drink Man Woman (Aug. 3, 1994, Ang Lee)
    • Casa de Lava (Nov. 1994, Pedro Costa)
    • One Hundred and One Nights (Jan. 25, 1995, Agnès Varda)
    • The World of Jacques Demy (Mar. 14, 1995, Agnès Varda)
    • Friday (Apr. 26, 1995, F. Gary Gray)
    • Desperado (May 1995, Robert Rodriguez)
    • Fallen Angels (Sept. 6, 1995, Kar-Wai Wong)
    • Beautiful Thing (Mar. 28, 1996, Hettie Macdonald)
    • Booty Call (Feb. 26, 1997, Jeff Pollack)
    • Taste of Cherry (May 16, 1997, Abbas Kiarostami)
    • Little Dieter Needs to Fly (Aug. 29, 1997, Werner Herzog)
    • High Art (Jan. 21, 1998, Lisa Cholodenko)
    • The Gingerbread Man (Jan. 23, 1998, Robert Altman)
    • Blackjack (May 12, 1998, John Woo)- TV movie
    • Slums of Beverly Hills (May 21, 1998, Tamara Jenkins)
    • Out of Sight (June 26, 1998, Steven Soderbergh)
    • Without Limits (Sept. 11, 1998, Robert Towne)
    • My Best Fiend (May 17, 1999, Werner Herzog)
    • A Visitor from the Living (July 26, 1999, Claude Lanzmann)
    • Three Kings (Sept. 27, 1999, David O. Russell)
    • Water Drops on Burning Rocks (Feb. 13, 2000, François Ozon)
    • Erin Brockovich (Mar. 14, 2000, Steven Soderbergh)
    • The Yards (Apr. 27, 2000, James Gray)
    • The Cell (Aug. 17, 2000, Tarsem Singh)
    • The Gift (Dec. 18, 2000, Sam Raimi)
    • L.I.E. (Jan. 20, 2001, Michael Cuesta)
    • Waking Life (Jan. 23, 2001, Richard Linklater)
    • ABC Africa (May 5, 2001, Abbas Kiarostami)
    • Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m. (May 13, 2001, Claude Lanzmann)
    • Ali (Dec. 11, 2001, Michael Mann)
    • Hysterical Blindness (Jan. 16, 2002, Mira Nair)- TV movie
    • Dark Water (Jan. 19, 2002, Hideo Nakata)
    • The Pianist (May 24, 2002, Roman Polanski)
    • The Gleaners & I: Two Years Later (Dec. 18, 2002, Agnès Varda)
    • Hulk (June 17, 2003, Ang Lee)
    • Baadasssss! (Sept. 7, 2003, Mario Van Peebles)
    • Love Actually (Sept. 7, 2003, Richard Curtis)
    • Tarnation (Oct. 19, 2003, Jonathan Caouette)
    • Nobody Knows (May 13, 2004, Hirokazu Koreeda)
    • Bad Education (Mar. 19, 2004, Pedro Almodóvar)
    • Woman Is the Future of Man (May 14, 2004, Sang-soo Hong)
    • 2046 (May 20, 2004, Kar-Wai Wong)
    • …A Father… A Son… Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2005, Lee Grant)- TV documentary
    • Tale of Cinema (May 19, 2005, Sang-soo Hong)
    • Evil (Sept. 24, 2005, Giorgos Nousias)
    • The Beales of Grey Gardens (July 21, 2006, Albert and David Maysles)
    • The History Boys (Oct. 2, 2006, Nicholas Hytner)
    • The Beaches of Agnès (Sept. 3, 2008, Agnès Varda)
    • Livid (Sept. 11, 2011, Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury)
    • Agnès Varda: From Here to There (Dec. 19, 2011, Agnès Varda)
    • Nymphomaniac: Vol. I and II: Director’s Cut (Feb. 9, 2014, Lars von Trier)
    • Upsidedown Cross (Sept. 25, 2014, William Hellfire)
    • American Honey (May 15, 2016, Andrea Arnold)
    • Varda by Agnès (Feb. 13, 2019, Agnès Varda)
    • Domino (May 30, 2019, Brian De Palma)

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