Mark Gatiss explores and celebrates Dracula, an icon of popular culture, asking just why we keep coming back to the count.
Runtime: 58 min.
Directed by: Nathan Landeg
In 1818, Mary Shelley wrote “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus,” a powerful and timelessness novel which eternal theme is nothing other than man's quest for the secret of life. Since then, the Creature became a pop culture icon, overshadowing the novel and Doctor Frankenstein himself.
Runtime: 55 min.
Directed by: Jean Froment
The untold story of Hammer at Warner Bros, and the relationship that produced some of the British company's finest films.
Runtime: 101 min.
Directed by: Marcus Hearn
Film fans work to restore the set of the climatic graveyard scene from the iconic spaghetti western “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” directed by Sergio Leone in 1966.
Runtime: 86 min.
Directed by: Guillermo de Oliveira
An entertaining look at Clint Eastwood's storied career as a Western icon and filmmaker, featuring interviews with Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Costner, Frank Darabont, John Lee Hancock and many more.
Runtime: 29 min.
Nice tribute to Universal make-up legend Jack Pierce who created some of the studios most famous works including Frankenstein's monster, the wolf man, the mummy and countless other creatures. Rick Baker, Tom Savini, Howard Berger, Bob Burns, Scott Essman, Kim Newman and Gregory Nicotero are just a few of the faces who appear and discuss the work of Pierce and why his work has had such a lasting ...
Runtime: 25 min.
Directed by: Constantine Nasr
As: Self, author of 'Sergio Leone: Something To Do with Death'
Part one in a documentary trilogy about the making of "C'era una volta il West". An Opera of Violence begins with a biography of director Sergio Leone. A part about the difficult path Leone had to take to make this film, follows. Part one concludes with the decisions about casting. Who was asked to act in this film, why did Leone choose these actors ?
Runtime: 29 min.
Directed by: Lancelot Narayan
As: Self - Historian
The life and works of one of the great masters of Italian cinema, Sergio Leone; a rich and fascinating portrait. Unpublished testimonies of collaborators, actors, directors and critics reconstruct every aspect of his creative activity.
Runtime: 107 min.
Documentary about Humphrey Jennings, an English documentary filmmaker from the 1930s to 1950.
Runtime: 50 min.
Directed by: Kevin Macdonald
From his quirky compositions for the spaghetti Westerns of Sergio Leone to his sublime musical contributions to director Roland Joffé's acclaimed 1986 drama The Mission, film composer Ennio Morricone has crafted more than 500 scores over the course of his enduring career in film. Now fans can take a look back at the life and career of one of cinema's most prolific composers through interviews with ...
Runtime: 52 min.
Directed by: David Thompson