Director: Richard Schickel
Full of fascinating and insightful interviews with some of the Hollywood elite including Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Johnny Depp and Robert Downey Jr., three of Chaplin's children, actors and collaborators on his films as well as biographers and critics including David Thomson and Andrew Sarris. These accounts, combined with rare archival footage and excerpts from Chaplin classics, make Charlie an event not to be missed.
The time is 1948: eighteen-year-old Vera is an uneducated, ingenuous assistant nurse in a hispital. A new social system is beginning to emerge and Vera's background identifies her with the rising new… More »
Birdy is a unique portrait of an unusual friendship, adapted from William Wharton's freewheeling and surreal novel which was lauded both for its strong anti-war statement and its male bonding drama b… More »