Tag Archives: Fritz Lang

Spanish Movie Posters, from 1920 to 1957

Javier Reguera, from the Spanish cultural blog asi se fundo carnaby street kindly uploaded 71 scanned images of Spanish movie posters, from 1920 to 1957 at Flickr. I have a good surprise with them: the graphics, with strong colours, detach … Continue reading

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Triumph of the Will

Thanks to politics of Germany in the 1930’s and 1940’s, and the Nazi dislike for independent thought, Germany lost a huge number of intellectuals, artists and scientists to other countries, specially the U.S.. In cinema, the list of directors, actors … Continue reading

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Robots Lists

Four lists of robots in films and TV for (almost) all tastes by UnderGround Online (via Quiddity). – Evil Robots: from Ash to T-1000. The whole world loves a good villain – they get the best lines, have the most … Continue reading

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Sergei M. Eisenstein

The Russian / soviet cinema made a huge contribution to cinema language with its theories, developed in the 1920’s. Universal cinema learned a lot with the edition of the experimental documentary films of Dziga Vertov, specially with The Man with … Continue reading

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Rashomon in Public Domain

Some people said the best film in public domain available at Internet Archive is Fritz Lang’s M (M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder). I don’t know, I love the Einsenstein’s masterpiece Battleship Potemkin (Bronenosets Potyomkin). And now there is … Continue reading

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Wired’s Best Movies in the Public Domain

Wired made a list of 10 The Best: Movies in the Public Domain and I decided to take a look. It’s almost a fine list, it has good examples of what you can find on-line in public domain of almost … Continue reading

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Expressionist Films’ Party

Now you can make your own German Expressionist Film party with the videos in public domain available at Archive, thanks to K-otic (be careful with the shoutbox pop-up). The last addition was Faust, the F. W. Murnau‘s masterpiece based on … Continue reading

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“Metropolis” in the Internet Archive

I knew it! Sooner or later someone was going to do that; someone was going to upload Metropolis to the Internet Archive. Yes, someone did it. Thank you! If it doesn’t work for you, or if you prefer other formats … Continue reading

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The Top Ten Sexiest Female Robots

The Top Ten Sexiest Female Robots: from Angelina Jolie in Cyborg 2 to Rosie the Robot from The Jetsons (???). My choice for the sexiest robot isn’t in that list, it’s Maria, the robot from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, played by … Continue reading

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From Zombies to Orson Welles

It has been long since I last made a post about films that are available for download or on-line watchig. It’s time to make a new one, and here it is: Public Domain Movie Torrents Public Domain Movie Torrents is … Continue reading

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