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The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden

Darwin meets Hitchcock in this true-crime tale of paradise found and lost. The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden is a fascinating documentary portrait of a 1930s murder mystery as strange and alluring as the famous archipelago itself. Fleeing conventional society, a Berlin doctor and his mistress start a new life on uninhabited Floreana Island. But after the international press sensationalizes the exploits of the Galapagos’ “Adam and Eve”, others flock there—including a self-styled Swiss Family Robinson and a gun-toting Viennese Baroness and her two lovers. Clashing personalities are aggravated by the island community’s lusty free-love ethos, and when some of the islanders disappear, suspicions of murder hang in the air leaving an unsolved mystery which remains the subject of local lore today.

Release Year: 2013  Running Time: 120 mins  Color: Color and B&W 


Based on the play by Bertolt Brecht (originally translated by Charles Laughton), GALILEO explores not merely the infamous historical figure, but the philosophical concepts for which he was both celebrated and condemned.

Release Year: 1974  Running Time: 138 mins  Color: Color 

The Gallant Hours

Robert Montgomery (Ride the Pink Horse) directs James Cagney (White Heat, The Roaring Twenties) in this classic, beautifully shot WWII drama about the battle of Guadalcanal.

Release Year: 1960  Running Time: 115 mins  Color: B&W 

A Game of Death

Newly Mastered in HD! The great Robert Wise (Run Silent Run Deep, The Haunting) directed this suspense thriller based on the classic Richard Connell (Meet John Doe) story, The Most Dangerous Game.

Release Year: 1945  Running Time: 72 mins  Color: B&W 

Gang War in Milan

Salvator Toto Cangemi is a produce purveyor in Milan, Italy, but he also runs a profitable twin business moonlighting as a pimp. The appearance of a ruthless and greedy French gangster called Le Capitaine threatens Toto's livelihood. Le Capitaine wants to unite the organized crime in Milan and take a large share of the profits for himself. Toto wants no part in Le Capitaine's plan and wants to continue quietly running his own low-key ring. Le Capitaine threatens an all- out war to keep his organization and reputation intact.

Release Year: 1973  Running Time: 100 mins  Color: Color 

Ganja & Hess

Flirting with the conventions of blaxploitation and horror, Bill Gunn’s revolutionary independent film Ganja & Hess is a highly stylized and utterly original treatise on sex, religion, and African American identity.

Release Year: 1973  Running Time: 113 mins  Color: Color 

The Garden (Jarman)

Half waking dream and half fiery polemic, THE GARDEN was born of director Derek Jarman’s rage over continued anti-gay discrimination and the sluggardly response to the AIDS crisis – writhing with sorrow and anger, and yet so vividly alive to the loveliness of being.

Release Year: 1990  Running Time: 92 mins  Color: Color 

The Garden of Allah

After the death of her father, convent-educated Domini Enfilden (Marlene Deitrich) heads for the desert seeking peace. But instead of tranquility, the sultry beauty finds passion in the arms of Boris Androvsky (Charles Boyer) - secretly a Trappist monk who has broken his vows and lost his faith. Will Domini discover Boris' secret, and will his hidden past destroy their future happiness?

Release Year: 1936  Running Time: 79 mins  Color: Color 

The Garden of Earthly Delights

Based on his own novel Metaphysics, Lech Majewski crafts intimate passion plays and creates "a luminous, highly erotic treatise on art, love and death" (Chicago Reader). When a terminally-ill art historian meets an engineer, it is love and lust at first sight. But their love is threatened by her looming illness. With her remaining days on earth numbered, she chooses to fan the flames of her obsession by taking her lover on a trip to Venice, where the artist's work becomes the background for their physical passion and emotional discovery.

Release Year: 2004  Running Time: 104 mins  Color: Color 

Garrincha: Joy of the People

Garrincha: Joy of the People

Release Year: 1963 

Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable

Garry Winogrand harnessed the serendipity of the streets to capture the American 1960s and '70s. All Things are Photographable is the first cinematic treatment of Winogrand's work, including selections from the thousands of rolls of film still undeveloped upon his unexpected death in 1984.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 91 mins  Color: Black & White 

The Gates

Co-directed by Antonio Ferrera and Albert Maysles, The Gates chronicles the evolution of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's installation from concept to installation, ultimately overcoming public disapproval and transforming Central Park into a visual symphony of color, light, joy and beauty.

Release Year: 2008  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 


Meet the Bayou's baddest good ol' boy! Burt Reynolds (Sam Whiskey) returns as Gator McKlusky, the moonshine-running king of the Bayou, in this high-octane sequel to White Lightning.

Release Year: 1976  Running Time: 115 mins  Color: Color 

Gauguin: Maker of Myth

Paul Gauguin moved away from impressionism to create a new art driven less by observation than by imagination. His gifts as an artist were matched by his talent for creating myths about places, cultures, and most of all, himself.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 30 mins  Color: Color 

Gaumont Treasures (1897-1913)

By arrangement with Gaumont Films, Kino International is proud to announce an important new Box Set featuring over 75 restored early Gaumont productions.

Release Year: 1897  Color: Color and B&W 

Gaumont Treasures (1908-1916)

The premiere French film company during the early cinema, the Gaumont Film Company played a key role in the growth of cinema into a sophisticated art form. Gaumont was also a place of great technical innovation. Included in this collection are revolutionary experiments in color (the Trichromie process) and synchronized sound (the Phonoscenes). Virtually unseen in the USA, this splendid three-disc DVD set showcases the pioneer filmmakers who shaped the art of animation, slapstick, drama, and even the Western! More than 10 hours of groundbreaking films. (note, will not ship to French language Canada).

Release Year: 1908  Running Time: 550 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

The General and Three Ages

Buster Keaton's Comedy Classics The General and Three Ages newly remastered. Buster Keaton’s THE GENERAL is not simply one of the greatest silent comedies ever made, it is one of the greatest films—of any era. Keaton’s first foray into making feature films, THREE AGES is a parody of D.W. Griffith’s Intolerance, dramatizing man’s quest for love in three parallel settings—a modern city, the Stone Age, and ancient Rome.

The General Died at Dawn

A mysterious American soldier of fortune tries to foil the ambitions of General Yang, a ruthless warlord who plans to take over the provinces of Northern China.

Release Year: 1936  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: B&W 

The General

Consistently ranked among the greatest films ever made, Buster Keaton's THE GENERAL is so brilliantly conceived and executed that it continues to inspire awe and laughter with every viewing. This Kino Ultimate Disc Edition was mastered in HD from a 35mm archive print struck from the original camera negative.

Rejected by the Confederate army and taken for a coward by his beloved Annabelle Lee (Marion Mack), young Johnny Gray (Keaton) is given a chance to redeem himself when Yankee spies steal his cherished locomotive. Johnny wages a one-man war against hijackers, an errant cannon and the unpredictable hand of fate while roaring along the iron rails. "Every shot has the authenticity and the unassuming correct composition of a Mathew Brady Civil War photograph," wrote film historian David Robinson, "No one - not even Griffith or Huston and certainly not Fleming (Gone With the Wind) - caught the visual aspect of the Civil War as Keaton did."  New 2K restoration by Lobster Films coming soon!

Release Year: 1926  Running Time: 78 mins  Color: Tinted B&W 

Il Generale Della Rovere

Winner of the Golden Lion at the 1959 Venice Film Festival, directed by Roberto Rossellini and featuring world cinema icon Vittoria de Sica (The Bicycle Thief), IL GENERALE DELLA ROVERE is a film based on the true story of Emanuele Bardone, who, during the height of WWII, exploits his fellow Italians by telling them that he will find their missing loved ones in exchange for money.

Release Year: 1959  Running Time: 140 mins  Color: Color 

Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould

Peter Raymont's documentary humanizes the legend of Glenn Gould, weaving together an unprecedented array of unseen footage, private home recordings and diaries, as well as compelling interviews with Gould's most intimate friends and lovers.

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 113 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

George Bellows

Arriving in New York in 1904, George Bellows (1882–1925) depicted America on the move. In a twenty-year
career cut short by his untimely death at age forty-two, Bellows painted the rapidly growing modern city, its
bustling crowds, skyscrapers, and awe-inspiring construction projects, as well as its bruising boxers,
street urchins, and New Yorkers both hard at work and enjoying their leisure pastimes.

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 30 mins  Color: Color 

George: The Story of George Maciunas and Fluxus

A feature documentary as mercurial as its subject: the impresario of the international avant-garde art movement Fluxus (1962-78). Featuring interviews with Yoko Ono, Jonas Mekas, and Nam June Paik.

Release Year: 2019  Running Time: 123 mins  Color: Color 

Gerhard Richter Painting

GERHARD RICHTER PAINTING offers unprecedented insight into the life and work of one of the greatest artists of our time, and is a "gorgeously rendered work of art" (Variety) in its own right.

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 97 mins  Color: Color 

A Gesar Bard's Tale

As a boy, Dawa was an illiterate Tibetan nomad whose life revolved around herding yaks. At 13, his life changed: through a series of visions, Dawa acquired the gift of telling the epic story of Tibet's King Gesar. Now, at 35, Dawa receives a salary from the government as a guardian of national cultural heritage and is regarded as a holy man by his community. When an earthquake reduces his hometown to rubble, redevelopment of the region takes a giant leap forward. In the midst of such seismic shifts, Dawa seeks healing from King Gesar and other divine protectors of the land.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Ghost Bird

A feature length documentary about an extinct giant woodpecker, small town in Arkansas hoping to reverse it misfortunes, and the tireless odyssey of the bird-watchers and scientists searching for the Holy Grail of birds-the elusive Ivory-billed woodpecker.

Release Year: 2009  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Ghost Bird - Educational Edition

GHOST BIRD is a feature length documentary about an extinct giant woodpecker, a small town In Arkansas hoping to reverse it misfortunes, and the tireless odyssey of the bird-watchers and scientists searching for the Holy Grail of birds, the elusive Ivory-billed woodpecker.

Release Year: 2010  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Ghost Film Trilogy

Three of the most popular horror films in Korean history are now available in one box-set!

Ghost of Mae Nak

A pair of young newlyweds acquire an old abandoned house in Bangkok that soon brings them into contact with Mae Nak, a vengeful spirit of horror and despair.

Release Year: 2006  Running Time: 103 mins  Color: Color 

The Ghost of Sierra de Cobre (Special Edition)

Terrified of being buried alive, a young woman installs a phone in her crypt. A few days after her untimely death, the phone suddenly rings and paranormal investigator Nelson Orion (Martin Landau) is brought in to probe the case.

Release Year: 1964  Running Time: 80 mins  Color: Color 

The Ghost

Ji-won is a bright young student, but an event from her past has left her with no memory. Unsure of her own identity, she also has no recollection of her friends or anything about her life prior to the incident. But when old friends mysteriously start dying one by one, she begins to investigate and piece together fragments of her past. She discovers she was once friends with three other girls, and together they formed an impenetrable alliance. As terrifying visions haunt her waking hours and more friends continue to die, Ji-won draws closer to discovering the mystery that connects past and present, but sometimes ignorance really is bliss.

Release Year: 2004  Running Time: 96 mins  Color: Color 


Ghostlight is an impressionistic homage to Martha Graham, the mother of Modern Dance, portrayed by Richard Move with uncanny accuracy. The story of her life and art is told through the eyes of a fictitious documentary filmmaker Barbara Rosen (Ann Magnuson). Martha, notoriously camera shy in real life, reluctantly agrees to let Barbara be the first person to film her creating her new ballet Phaedra, mainly because her new dance company desperately needs money to stage her new season. Initially resistant, she slowly opens up to Barbara, inviting her into her tempestuous world, and letting us see her life of passion and dance. The film features appearances by Deborah Harry (rock band Blondie), Isaac Mizrahi (Fashion Designer / TV Personality) and Mark Morris (Dancer, Choreographer, Director).

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 80 mins  Color: Color 

Ghosts of War (R-Point)

Korean soldiers searching for a missing platoon in 1972 Vietnam end up encountering forces that basic training never prepared them for. Giving new meaning to the phrase the horrors of war, this film exists at the goose-flesh-inducing intersection of "Apocalypse Now "and "The Ring".

Release Year: 2006  Color: Color 

The Gianfranco Rosi Collection (Below Sea Level, Boatman, Fire at Sea, Sacro Gra)

Gianfranco Rosi has emerged as one of the most awarded and provocative documentarians working today. His observational films artfully and sympathetically depict the lives of subcultures and displaced peoples the world over. The Gianfranco Rosi Collection includes four of his greatest films.

Release Year: 1993  Running Time: 319 mins  Color: Color 

The Giants

THE GIANTS is a moving coming-of-age film about small kids with enormous hearts. Brothers Seth (Martin Nissen) and Zak (Zacharie Chasseriaud) are two young teens left to their own devices when their mother abandons them in their dead grandfather's house. As money grows thin during the long summer days, they befriend another loner, Danny (Paul Bartel), who hooks them up with a small time drug dealer interested in renting their place. When that goes violently wrong, the ragged trio hits the road on a Huck Finn-style journey of adventure and self-discovery.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 83 mins  Color: Color 

The Gingerbread Man

A lawyer is obsessed with a beautiful, mysterious client, stalked by her deranged father, and is plunged into a world of terrifying intrigue and deadly deceit.

Release Year: 1998  Running Time: 114 mins  Color: Color 

The Girl Hunters

Private Eye, Mike Hammer's sexy secretary Velda is missing... and Hammer's hot on her trail. Mickey Spillane himself, the best-selling author of The Girl Hunters, turns in a "tremendous" performance (Time magazine) in the leading role. Count on some pulse-pounding action when Hammer tangles with a ruthless band of communist spies determined to see him dead. But even more dangerous might be the seductive, bikini-clad widow (Shirley Eaton, Goldfinger) who's caught Hammer's eye. Loaded with extras.

Release Year: 1963  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: B&W 

The Girl Most Likely To…

Stockard Channing is Miriam Knight, an “ugly duckling” college girl who is mistreated by everyone. But after an accident causes her to undergo reconstructive surgery, Miriam emerges from behind the bandages a ravishing beauty looking for revenge on all those who wronged her.

Release Year: 1973  Running Time: 74 mins  Color: Color 

The Girl on a Motorcycle

A wildly sexy time capsule from the swinging sixties, THE GIRL ON A MOTORCYCLE (1968) stars Alain Delon (Le samoura) and Marianne Faithfull—two actors at the height of their impressive cool—as lovers with a taste for the open road.

Release Year: 1968  Running Time: 88 mins  Color: Color 

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (limited edition)

Residents of a worn-down Iranian city encounter a skateboarding vampire (Sheila Vand) who preys on men who disrespect women.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 100 mins  Color: B&W 

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

The first Vampire Western ever made in the Farsi language, Ana Lily Amirpour's debut basks in the sheer pleasure of pulp. A joyful mash-up of genre, archetype, and iconography, its prolific influences span spaghetti westerns, graphic novels, horror films, and the Iranian New Wave.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 99 mins  Color: Color 

The Girl With The Hat Box

Moving with the speed and grace of the best of the American silent comedies, Anna Sten is presented as a shop girl who wins the lottery.

Release Year: 1927  Running Time: 67 mins  Color: B&W 

Girls on the Road

Two wild teenage girls, Debbie (Kathleen Cody) and Karen (Dianne Hull, FIFTH FLOOR, ALOHA BOBBY AND ROSE) hit the road for some freedom, boys, and unexpected danger in this 1973 drive-in classic!

Release Year: 1974  Running Time: 80 mins  Color: Color 

Truman Capote's The Glass House

When two new inmates, a college professor (Alan Alda) and a young teenager become the target for the brutal and sadistic gang leader (Vic Morrow), they find nowhere to run and no one to run to.

Release Year: 1972  Running Time: 91 mins  Color: Color 

Glass Lips

A kaleidoscope of surreal, provocative, and resonant imagery, in GLASS LIPS Majewski explores a hidden human frontier where memory, madness, and imagination meet. Composed of 33 short films entitled Blood of a Poet, the film opened the 2006 Lech Majewski Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. A year later, the Venice Biennale presented it on multiple screens, prior to the theatrical release in the feature form offered here.

Release Year: 2007  Running Time: 94 mins  Color: Color 

Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts

This 2-disc special documents a year in the life of prolific composer Philip Glass and the work that goes into creating a symphony. Conversations with Glass's family and friends highlight the composer's ability to retain his creative spirit while remaining a devoted family man.

Release Year: 2007  Running Time: 119 mins  Color: Color 

Glitterbox: Derek Jarman x 4

Release Year: 1985 


Release Year: 1994  Running Time: 54 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Glorifying the American Girl

An aspiring showgirl must choose between her on-stage career and the love of a young musician.

Release Year: 1929  Running Time: 95 mins  Color: B&W/Color 

Go Tell the Spartans (Special Edition)

Academy Award Winner Burt Lancaster (Run Silent, Run Deep) delivers one of the finest performances of his career as a hard-boiled major in command of a grubby Vietnam outpost in this classic film of wartime confrontation. The war was still a "conflict" and American soldiers were merely "advisors", yet the ambushes, the betrayals and the brutality were all very real.

Release Year: 1978  Running Time: 114 mins  Color: Color 

The Goddesses of Food

In November of 2013, TIME Magazine released an international cover story called “The Gods of Food”. Unfortunately, not a single female chef appeared on the list. The new documentary, THE GODDESSES OF FOOD is here to change popular perception.

In the male dominated food universe, discover the women changing the game on all levels. Presenting the best female chefs, including multi-Michelin star chefs Dominique Crenn and Barbara Lync, and introducing rising new stars and those making incredible food in all corners of the world. GODDESSES OF FOOD is a global journey exploring female strength in gastronomy.

Prominent chefs and journalists investigate what holds women chefs back in the modern mediated world of cuisine and what needs to be done to change the way women in the food industry are viewed and covered in the press. Featuring Michelin chefs and sommeliers from USA, France, Italy, UK, Spain.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 90 mins 

God's Little Acre

In the 1950s, a Georgia cotton farmer searches with his sons for the gold that, legend has it, is buried on the farm by their grandfather. But problems related to poverty, marital infidelity, unemployment and drinking threaten to tear their family apart.

Release Year: 1958  Running Time: 118 mins  Color: B&W 

Gog (3D)

Newly restored in HD and 3-D! In a remote, underground research laboratory two scientists, engaged in space travel research, are frozen to death in a cold chamber when their instruments comes under the control of an unknown power.

Release Year: 1954  Running Time: 85 mins  Color: Color 

Gogol Bordello Non-Stop

A vibrant chronicle of one of today's most notorious and revered live bands, this film follows Eugene Hutz's gypsy-punk brigade around the world as they spread their liberating libertine musical gospel. Hutz fuses his gypsy heritage with a love of punk rock and burlesque.

Release Year: 2008  Running Time: 80 mins  Color: Color 

Gold (1934, Germany)

A rare science fiction film made in National Socialist Germany, Karl Hartl's GOLD is a high-tech thriller dramatizing the ongoing war between scientific progress and corporate greed (resurrecting some of the themes and spectacle of Fritz Lang's Metropolis). GOLD is not only a handsomely-produced drama of corporate espionage, it also reveals the ways in which English and American culture was subtly condemned in films made under the Third Reich.

Release Year: 1934  Running Time: 117 mins  Color: B&W 

Gold (starring Roger Moore)

A ruthless global cabal of financial investors plans to manipulate the price of gold on the world market – by sabotaging one of South Africa’s top gold mines and flooding it with millions of gallons of water.

Release Year: 1974  Running Time: 124 mins  Color: Color 

Golden Kingdom

Golden Kingdom is a narrative feature film about four orphan boys, novice monks living in a Buddhist monastery in a remote part of Northeast Burma. 

Release Year: 2016  Running Time: 103 mins  Color: Color  

The Golem

Recognized as the source of the Frankenstein myth, an ancient Hebrew legend provides the substance for one of the most adventurous films of the early German cinema and a landmark in the evolution of the horror film. Suffering under the tyrannical rule of a merciless despot, a 16th century Talmudic rabbi creates a giant clay warrior that comes to life in a grand scale climax.

Release Year: 1920  Running Time: 86 mins  Color: Tinted B&W 

Gone Fishin'

Best buddies Gus and Joe eagerly anticipate another quiet, relaxing fishing trip. Instead, they innocently create an unstoppable series of outrageous mishaps, destroying everything in their wake.

Release Year: 1997  Running Time: 94 mins  Color: Color 

A Good Day to Die

A Good Day to Die chronicles the American Indian Movement (AIM) by recounting the life story of Dennis Banks, co-founder and leader of AIM. By investigating the issues and major flash points connected with Banks' story, the film charts the rise and fall of a movement that fought for the civil rights of American Indians.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 92 mins  Color: Color 

The Good Fairy (Special Edition)

A naïve girl just out of a cloistered orphanage finds that being a “good fairy” to strangers makes life awfully complicated.

Release Year: 1935  Running Time: 97 mins  Color: B&W 

Good Fight

2,800 American volunteers fought with distinction in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade during the Spanish Civil War. They returned home after the Loyalist defeat to encounter suspicion as premature anti-fascists. Branded Communist sympathizers, blacklisted for years and unable to get work, many paid dearly. THE GOOD FIGHT explores a significant gap in US history. Narrated by Studs Terkel.

Release Year: 1984  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

The Good Fight

Narrated by Studs Terkel, The Good Fight explores a significant gap in our history through its use of newsreels, photographs, interviews with Lincoln veterans and Depression-era music.

Release Year: 1984  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

The Good Mother

After meeting artist Leo Cutter, Anna’s life couldn’t be more perfect. But shocking charges against the young woman place her newfound lifestyle under scrutiny, shattering her sizzling relationship and forcing her to prove that she is, indeed, a good mother.

Release Year: 1988  Running Time: 103 mins  Color:

The Good Son (Special Edition)

Gripping, suspense-filled drama starring Macaulay Culkin as Henry, an angelic-looking boy who is sent to stay with his aunt and uncle. He befriends his cousin (Elijah Wood) who becomes worried by Henry's increasing signs of violent behaviour.

Release Year: 1993  Running Time: 87 mins  Color: Color 

Good Times

Sonny and Cher have an offer to star in a movie. Trouble is, Cher doesn't want to do it and the script stinks. Now Sonny has ten days to write a new script.

Release Year: 1967  Running Time: 91 mins  Color: Color 

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (50th Anniversary Edition)

4K transfer of the Original U.S. Theatrical Cut Available for the first time in HD. Screen legend Clint Eastwood returns as "The Man with No Name," this time teaming with two gunslingers to pursue a cache of $200,000 and letting no one, not even warring factions in a civil war, stand in their way. Directed by the great Sergio Leone and co-starring Lee Van Cleef (Death Rides a Horse) as Angel Eyes and Eli Wallach (The Magnificent Seven) in the role of Tuco. Music by legendary composer Ennio Morricone. 

Release Year: 1967  Running Time: 161 mins  Color: Color 

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - 50th Anniversary Single Disc Edition

Clint Eastwood returns as "The Man with No Name," this time teaming with two gunslingers to pursue a cache of $200,000 and letting no one, not even warring factions in a civil war, stand in their way.

Release Year: 1967  Running Time: 162 mins  Color: Color 

Goodbye Emmanuelle

As Emmanuelle and her husband Jean continue their amoral lifestyle under the sun of the Seychelles, the arrival of a film director disturbs their peaceful existence. When she falls in love with the handsome filmmaker, Jean feels jealousy for the first time in his life.

Release Year: 1977  Running Time: 98 mins  Color: Color 

Goodbye Gauley Mountain

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle activate the metaphor "Earth as lover" and join the fight against mountain top removal (MTR) in Appalachia

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 70 mins  Color: Color 

Goodbye to Language

Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Goodbye to Language is a triumphant masterpiece from Jean-Luc Godard.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 69 mins  Color: Color 

Gorky Park

Murder, seduction and intrigue in the Kremlin! Based on the best-selling novel by Martin Cruz Smith, Gorky Park is a gripping and brilliant classic thriller starring William Hurt (Body Heat), Lee Marvin (The Dirty Dozen), Brian Dennehy (Best Seller) and Joanna Pacula (The Kiss). When three murder victims are discovered in Moscow's Gorky Park with their faces and fingertips removed, Detective Renko (Hurt) is determined to identify the bodies and find the killer, but when the clues point toward the involvement of the KGB, Renko is hunted by the secret police and confronted by an intricate web of deception and treachery reaching to the highest political levels. Directed by Michael Apted (The World is Not Enough) with a great supporting cast that includes Ian Bannen (The Offence) and Richard Griffiths (Withnail & I)."

Release Year: 1983  Running Time: 128 mins  Color: Color 


Camp Oskemo, summer haven for children of the very rich, will never be the same thanks to a group of camp counselors who'll stop at nothing to have a good time.

Release Year: 1980  Running Time: 90 mins  Color: Color 

Gospel According to Harry

Years before THE LORD OF THE RINGS catapulted him to international superstardom, Viggo Mortensen played Wes, a young husband locked in co-dependent discontent with his beautiful and needy wife. Combining the theatrical surrealism of Beckett and Ionesco, the the playfulness of Richard Lester, and the scathing social critique and imagery for which Majewski is renowned, THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO HARRY is a wholly original cinematic tour de force. Available here for the first time on DVD. Poland.

Release Year: 1994  Running Time: 81 mins  Color: Color 

The Gospel of Eureka

Love, faith and civil rights collide in a southern town as evangelical Christians and drag queens step into the spotlight to dismantle stereotypes in this documentary narrated by Mx Justin Vivian Bond.

Release Year: 2019  Running Time: 75 mins 

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

This electrifying journey through the public and private worlds of pop culture mega-icon Grace Jones contrasts musical sequences with intimate personal footage, all the while brimming with Jones’s bold aesthetic.

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 115 mins  Color: Color 

Grace Quigley

Grace Quigley has come to the end of her rope and wants out. When she meets a sweet, neurotic hitman, Seymour Flint, she comes up with a brainstorm: The unlikely pair will provide a painless parting for seniors who have had enough of life’s slings and arrows.

Release Year: 1985  Running Time: 87 mins  Color: Color 

La Grande Bouffe

In Ferreri's decadent and depraved masterpiece, four friends (Marcello Mastroianni, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Noiret and Ugo Tognazzi) hole up in a Parisian villa with three prostitutes and a local schoolteacher to eat themselves to death.

Release Year: 1973  Running Time: 124 mins  Color: Color 

Grandview U.S.A.

Jamie Lee Curtis plays Michelle “Mike” Cody, proprietor of a demolition derby. Patrick Swayze plays her star driver “Slam” Webster, who’s just as fast as he is reckless. When high school graduate Tim Pearson (C. Thomas Howell, The Hitcher) crashes into their lives, an unlikely romantic triangle forms with hilarious and heart-wrenching consequences.

Release Year: 1984  Running Time: 97 mins  Color: Color 

The Grapes of Death

The polluted wine produced for a village's annual Grape Harvest Festival has left all but a few rabid with some chemically- engendered form of zombiism. They may saunter about like sleepwalkers, but these are not the zombies of George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968); they are, rather, oozing transmitters of an impassioned insanity that can only be termed anarchy.

It seems an odd boast to make for one title in a plentiful filmography devoted to vampires, ghosts and other undead, but THE GRAPES OF DEATH (Les Raisins de la mort) is Jean Rollin's most frightening movie. It was never really the goal of his previous films to frighten, and it is the unsettling, progressively chilling quality of GRAPES that makes it unlike anything else in Rollin's poetical canon. Watching it, one is almost surprised that Rollin would--or could--direct a film to such a successfully commercial end, but THE GRAPES OF DEATH unfolds like an ever-expanding nightmare whose noose is drawn all the tighter by the efforts of its young heroine to escape it. - Tim Lucas

Release Year: 1978  Running Time: 90 mins  Color: Color 

Great Directors

Ten of the greatest filmmakers in the world passionately discuss their craft in Angela Ismailos' hugely entertaining documentary GREAT DIRECTORS. Bernardo Bertolucci, David Lynch, Stephen Frears, Agnes Varda, Ken Loach, Liliana Cavani, Todd Haynes, Catherine Breillat, Richard Linklater and John Sayles open up about their extraordinary careers with unexpected candor and humor.

Release Year: 2011  Running Time: 87 mins  Color: Color 

Great Italian Directors

3 award-winning films from some
of Italy’s greatest directors. Contains
(Michelangelo Antonioni),
BOCCACCIO ‘70 (Federico Fellini,
Luchino Visconti, Mario Monicelli,
Vittorio De Sica), and CASANOVA
‘70. Extras included.

Release Year: 1950 

The Great McGinty (Special Edition)

Dan McGinty is a an opportunist who turns corruption into a promising political career, but struggles to stay on top when he tries to go honest.

Release Year: 1940  Running Time: 82 mins  Color: B&W 

Great Minds: 20 Years of Thinkers on Film

Release Year: 1992  Color: Color 

The Great Museum

Featuring unprecedented access to an influential and multi-faceted institution, The Great Museum reveals the inner-workings of Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, one of the most important art institutions in the world.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 94 mins  Color: Color 

The Great Mystical Circus

Reality and fantasy collide in the story of a family-owned circus spanning five generations of decadence, love and loss, as told by Cinema Novo master Carlos Diegues (Bye Bye BrazilQuilombo). Starring Vincent Cassel and with a score by Chico Buarque. 

Release Year: 2018  Running Time: 105 mins  Color: Color 

The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday

Lee Marvin and Oliver Reed try to recover $60,000 stolen by their arch enemy. Instead they end up saddle-bagged with a bevy of Wild West prostitutes setting the stage for some big complications as this colorful group takes on the tycoons, madams and the effects of modern times.

Release Year: 1976  Running Time: 102 mins  Color: Color 

The Great Smokey Roadblock aka The Last of the Cowboys

Henry Fonda is a worn-out trucker Elegant John who has his 18-wheeler repossessed only months before his retirement. He steals his big rig back, then further turns his back on the law by escorting people over the border.

Release Year: 1977  Running Time: 104 mins  Color: Color 

The Great Train Robbery and Other Primary Works

This survey of the cinema's earliest landmarks and rarities features the 1877 motion studies of Edward Muybridge, the early productions of Thomas Edison's Black Maria, the actualites of Louis Lumiere, George Mieles' A Trip to the Moon (1902), and climaxes with the premiere of a mint-condition print of Edwin S. Porter's The Great Train Robbery, complete with the authentic hand-tinting witnessed by audiences of 1903.

Release Year: 1893  Running Time: 73 mins  Color: Tinted B&W 

The Great Train Robbery

Sean Connery is Edward Pierce, a thief who conceives a brilliant plan to steal a fortune in gold from a railroad car. But to pull off this most daring heist, Pierce must join forces with a safecracker and his own beautiful girlfriend in a series of intricately plotted thefts.

Release Year: 1978  Running Time: 108 mins  Color: Color 

Green Card (Special Edition)

Two strangers agree to a marriage of convenience—she'll get to live in the apartment of her dreams; he'll get a "green card" to live in the U.S. But they encounter far more difficulties than most married couples could ever imagine—and worse yet, this mismatched twosome just might be falling in love.

Release Year: 1990  Running Time: 107 mins  Color: Color 

Green Ice

In the Andes Mountains a group of archaeologists are murdered after they discover uncut emeralds. Back in New York, Joseph Wiley (Ryan O'Neal) is down on his luck and runs off to Mexico, where he is mistakenly drawn into a perilous adventure when a mysterious caller tells him to look at some samples - stolen emeralds!

Release Year: 1981  Running Time: 110 mins  Color: Color 

Greenaway: The Early Films

Release Year: 1969  Running Time: 326 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Greenaway: The Shorts

Release Year: 1969  Running Time: 87 mins  Color: Color and B&W 

Greenwich Village: Music That Defined A Generation

Featuring poignant interviews with Pete Seeger, Kris Kristofferson, Don McLean, Peter Yarrow, Arlo Guthrie, Lucy and Carly Simon, Tom Chapin and Judy Collins, among dozens of other music luminaries, GREENWICH VILLAGE: MUSIC THAT DEFINED A GENERATION combines talking heads with rare archival footage and new live performances to tell a story about a community that created a generation-defining music.

Release Year: 2013  Running Time: 92 mins  Color: Color 

Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters

Release Year: 2012  Running Time: 77 mins  Color: Color 

The Grey Fox

After decades in prison, stagecoach robber Bill Miner (Richard Farnsworth) emerges in 1901 a free man without a place in 20th century society…until he sees The Great Train Robbery and is inspired to once again do what he does best.

Release Year: 1982 

Il Grido

In this rare early film from Michelangelo Antonioni (L'avventura and Blowup), a man struggles with his inability to relate to those around him.

Release Year: 1957  Running Time: 115 mins  Color: B&W 


GRIEFWALKER is an extraordinary portrait of Harvard-trained theologian Stephen Jenkinson, who teaches that death empowers us to live and that we must know grief well in order to appreciate our own lives.

Release Year: 2008  Running Time: 70 mins  Color: Color 

The Grissom Gang

Barbara is a wealthy socialite whose biggest dilemma in life concerns whose party she'll attend next. But when she's kidnapped by a dangerously depraved family of outlaws, Barbara's choices suddenly become far more terrifying.

Release Year: 1971  Running Time: 128 mins  Color: Color 


When an eighteen-foot, 2000-pound grizzly bear starts mauling campers and hikers a a state park, a park ranger (Christopher George) springs into action. But the job is too big to tackle alone, so he enlists the aid of a naturalist (Richard Jaeckel) and a helicopter pilot (Andrew Prine) to end the grizzly's reign of terror.

Release Year: 1976  Running Time: 90 mins  Color: Color 

Gross Anatomy (Special Edition)

Matthew Modine stars as Joe Slovak, a brilliant first-year med student whose casual, nonconforming approach to life gets tested when he enrolls in Gross Anatomy, the toughest course in med school.

Release Year: 1989  Running Time: 109 mins  Color: Color 

The Group

A group of eight young women–all classmates, friends, and recent graduates from a certain single-sex liberal arts college– face the inevitable pressures to sand the rough edges off their personalities and to surrender their independence to the men in their lives and the institutions they represent.

Release Year: 1966  Running Time: 150 mins  Color: Color 


Sparked by a public display of sexual harassment in 2012, GTFO pries open the video game world to explore a 20 billion dollar industry that is riddled with discrimination and misogyny.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 76 mins  Color: Color 


WINNER OF 5 MEXICAN ARIEL "ACADEMY AWARDS" INCLUDING BEST PICTURE AND BEST DIRECTOR! The winner of five Ariels (the Mexican Academy Awards), including Best Picture and Best Director, GUEROS is one the most striking Latin American debuts of 2015. Sombra and Santos have been living in angst-ridden limbo while their university is on strike, but their routine is interrupted by the arrival of Tomas, Sobra's kid brother who convinces them to track down their childhood idol. But what they thought would be a simple trip becomes a voyage of self discovery across Mexico City's invisible frontiers.

Release Year: 2014  Running Time: 111 mins  Color: B&W 

Guimba the Tyrant

Acclaimed at home and at the Cannes, Toronto and New York Film Festivals as the African film event of the year, Guimba weaves a captivating tale of sexual power plays, set against the grand sweep of a precolonial African empire.

Release Year: 1995  Running Time: 93 mins  Color: Color 

The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag

No one ever paid attention to shy librarian Betty Lou Perkins, until someone found The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag! And when Betty Lou confesses to a crime she didn’t commit, her world turns upside down.

Release Year: 1992  Running Time: 89 mins  Color: Color 

The Gun Runners

Cabin-cruiser skipper Sam Martin finds himself in deep water when he rents his boat to a ruthless gun merchant who sells his illegal arms to a revolutionary group in Cuba.

Release Year: 1958  Running Time: 83 mins  Color: B&W 

Gun Shy (Special Edition)

Undercover D.E.A. agent (Liam Neeson) suddenly loses his legendary nerves of steel so he must undergo the embarrassing treatments of his attractive nurse (Sandra Bullock) and the questionable psychotherapy provided by his highly unstable support group while trying to bust a Mafia leader (Oliver Platt).

Release Year: 2000  Running Time: 101 mins  Color: Color 

Gunfight at Dodge City

The whole west watched... and held its breath! Western Icon Joel McCrea (Fort Massacre) stars as the legendary gunslinger "Bat" Masterson in this handsomely mounted production that should delight the eye of any western fan.

Release Year: 1959  Running Time: 81 mins  Color: Color 

Gunsmoke: One Man's Justice

James Arness is back in the saddle as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon, thecharacter Arness immortalized in Gunsmoke (1955-1975). Desperadoes are on the loose and gun barrels are ablaze as Matt Dillon saddles
up to save an innocent teenage boy out to avenge his mother’s brutal stagecoach murder by a ruthless gang of outlaws.

Release Year: 1994  Running Time: 91 mins  Color: Color 

Gunsmoke: The Long Ride

An American Hero Gets Back in the Saddle! For thirty years, Marshall Matt Dillon (James Arness, How the West Was Won) fought to preserve the law in Dodge City… now, he’s wanted for murder and fighting to clear his name.

Release Year: 1993  Running Time: 94 mins  Color: Color 

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