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Watching a couple of Hitchcock movies last week put us in the mood for some good old classics. So why don't you join us as we tune into our Classic Movies Web TV. You'll find some Charlie Chaplin masterpieces like The Tramp, while discovering the work of more recent filmmakers like Abel Ferrara. The Driller Killer anyone? Fans of Russian cinema won't be disappointed either. We bring you several celebrated series from the 70's and 80's. Want more? Meet your inner hero by watching old movie serials like Zorro, Tarzan, and Ace Drummond. All you have to do is choose!
His movies are recent now, but they may become classics one day. Grzegorz Jonkajtys came to us last year with The Third Letter, an award-winning short film which immediately joined our list of favorites. In this movie, Jonkajtys transports us to a maybe-not-so-far future where health care issues have become quite scary. Whether they are features or animations, his films are creative and full of suspense. No wonder he has worked on movies as Sin City and Pan's Labyrinth. He's definitely a filmmaker to keep an eye on!
And, as always, here are our 9 favorites of the week:
A Hero's Gift by Phil Vaira
The Man Who Knew Too Much by Alfred Hitchcock
Last Time In Clerkenwell by Alex Budovsky
Son Esquisse (Sunflower) by Cineuropa
Roadsides by Tal Haring
A True Love by Talenti Productions
Play With Me by Vancouver Film School
The White Dress by Vincent Vesco
Venus by Chivteam
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The Film Annex Team