Digging The Great Escape 2011

The classic movie "The Great Escape" was based on a real life escape attempt during the second world war. This documentary follows Archaeologists who are trying to find the original tunnels dug by the real prisoners of war who escaped. Some of the surviving prisoners also join the team to assist with the tunnel locations and to describe what it was really like to live that situation. In an effort to understand the technical details of how this feet of ingenuity was achieved, the team recreate some of the equipment used by the prisoners.

Warrior, Who Are You 1971

The story of My Lan, a beautiful reporter who goes to the front line to find a soldier with whom she fell in love through correspondences. The film won Best War Film at the Taipei International Asian Film Festival in 1973.

Emperor Shivaji 1952

The film chronicles the ascent of Shivaji, the great Maratha warrior who fought for liberty from the erstwhile Muslim rulers in order to establish a secular Hindu kingdom.

The Evacuees 1975

The experiences of two young Jewish boys evacuated from Manchester to Blackpool during the Blitz.

Diez fusiles esperan 1959

This routine period drama is set during the first half of the 19th century, when Queen Isabela II of Spain was opposed by her uncle, Don Carlos. In this story, Jose (Francisco Rabal) is an officer in Don Carlos' army who deserts but is captured and sentenced to be shot by a firing squad. In the gentleman's war of the day, Jose is given an overnight reprieve before showing up for his appointment with the "ten waiting rifles." While he is out free during this time, he mulls over the idea of running away with the woman he loves.

Up, Down, Around 2014

A student film comprising entirely of found footage, constructed to challenge the viewer's perception and induce a struggle between processing the images, keeping track of their sequence and interpreting the allegorical layers within the film. The screen is broken up into eight more or less equal squares of which, at any one moment, a scene fragment may flickeringly appear in only one frame-corner at a time. As the film moves forward in time and patterns on screen become more complex, the viewer must choose what to focus on.

The Standard 1977

During the final days of the First World War, Officer Menis does his duty in defending the battle flag of the defeated Austro-Hungarian empire, while his fellow troops, a motley gang recruited from several different countries not loyal to the royal family, simply try to survive by any means possible.

Charlotte: A Royal at War 2008

The untold story of a Royal "propagandist in pearls" whose wartime friendship with President Roosevelt became a vital catalyst to win back freedom for her tiny occupied country.

Morituri 1948

As the end of the Second World War approaches and the Soviet Red Army is advancing, a group of concentration camp inmates is helped to escape by a Polish doctor. They hide in a wood where they meet other fugitives, who have been there for months, constantly in fear of being discovered. Out of fear of the German army patrols, they do not dare to leave the forest, even as the food supplies run low.

Berlinoises 2011

From April 16th to May 8th, 1945, during the Battle of Berlin, close to 360,000 Russians and 460,000 Germans were killed or wounded. It is estimated that more than 100,000 rapes occurred on the people of Berlin.

A Friend Will Come Tonight 1946

Commander Gerard and his band of guerrillas have found the ideal hideout: a nursing home in the Alps where, along with the mentally ill, are also hiding a Jewish girl and a Swiss doctor who might be a spy for the Germans ...