Master of the romantic comedy Ernst Lubitsch is FilmStuck’s “director of the week.”
FilmStruck’s “star of the week” Lana Turner shines in these five films.
Hollywood stalwart William A. Wellman had a long, diverse career, but his 1930s pre-Code films remain his most vital.
FilmStruck presents the films of influential French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville.
George Cukor, the great Hollywood auteur hiding in plain sight, gets the “director of the week” treatment form FilmStruck.
James Cagney dances past his gangster persona in several of FilmStruck’s “Star of the Week” selections.
FilmStruck celebrates Pride Month with a retrospective on queer British filmmaker Derek Jarman.
FilmStruck “Director of the Week” John Huston always got great performances, from Humphrey Bogart in the 1940s to his daughter Anjelica Huston in the ’80s,
FilmStruck spotlights director David Lean, whose early Dickens adaptations and later epics shouldn’t obscure his more intimate dramas from the 1950s.
The streaming-video channel FilmStruck collects early films by the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock.
FilmStruck showcases undercover cop films this week, with movies by Anthony Mann and Quentin Tarantino.
The streaming-cinema channel presents features by Antonioni, Arthur Penn, and Rene Clement.
FilmStruck finds more than western films deep in the heart of Texas.
FilmStruck celebrates the great Bette Davis.
Filmstruck presents the musical films of French master Jacques Demy.