- The Crime of Monsieur Lange (Renoir, 1936)
- A Brighter Summer Day (Yang, 1991)
- Life of Oharu (Mizoguchi, 1952)
- Apu Trilogy (Ray, 1955, 1956, 1959)
- Mad Men (Weiner, 2007- )2
The Red Desert(Antonioni, 1964) (Finally! releasing in June 2010)
- The Dead (Huston, 1987)
Paisan(Rossellini, 1946)3 (releasing in Jan. 2010)
- Tristana (Buñuel, 1970)
- Fat City (Huston, 1972)
- Chimes at Midnight (Welles, 1965)
- Two English Girls (Truffaut, 1971)
- Tom Jones (Richardson, 1963)
- The Go-Between (Losey, 1970)
- Senso (Visconti, 1954)
- The Crowd (Vidor, 1928)
- Distant Voices, Still Lives (Davies, 1988)
- A Moment of Innocence (Makhmalbaf, 1996)
- The Traveling Players (Angelopoulos, 1975)
- To Sleep with Anger (Burnett, 1990)
- The Criminal Life of Archibald Cruz (Buñuel, 1955)
1 Yes, I know that there are numerous threads in various fora for these kind of geeked-out lists. But I don't want to contribute, just to pontificate.
2 Obviously available on DVD, but can you imagine how many sad young literary men would squeal with glee if this merger were to happen?
3 I had to watch this with Spanish subtitles. Since this film is about Americans and Italians often failing to speak to one another because they can only speak their own languages, this produced an amusing exercise.
Update: Evidently Lionsgate is releasing The Dead on DVD, but its cover makes me wish they weren't. Why couldn't they have just waited for Criterion to get around to it?