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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Apollo 11 Trailer

I just heard about this: a new documentary about Apollo 11, created from 70mm footage of the original event. The few shots in the trailer look absolutely spectacular, and I cannot wait to see the entire spectacle. 

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Dad at 18

Today Dad would have turned 77 years old, had he not died back in November. I still miss him, and I still haven't processed the sudden loss.

Here's Dad at 18, back in 1960. Hope you're soaring, Dad. 

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Dad and Granddad

Here's a nice shot of Dad and Granddad from 1959. In Dauphin, Manitoba? You can really see the father-son resemblance here. 

Monday, January 28, 2019

Inappropriate Absurd Selfie

Sometime in 2016...

"Look, Sylvia, I'm in the Batcan."
"Why are you taking a picture of yourself in Steve's bathroom?"
"Bat-room, actually."
"...Never mind, I'm sorry I asked. As usual." 

Sunday, January 27, 2019

My Old ATCO Cubicle

Oh, how I miss my cubicle. I hate open office plans, and I always will. So wrongheaded. 

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Pete's Big 5-0

By all rights, Sylvia and I should be over at Mike's place helping celebrate Pete's 50th birthday. Unfortunately, we've been battling a water/electricity problem all day (turns out the two don't mix). But we're there in spirit, and I hope Pete is doing exactly what he's doing in the photo above right now. 

Friday, January 25, 2019

DC Editor for a Day

Let's say, for some insane reason, DC Comics decided to give me editorial control over their line of comic book titles, but only to the extent that I could create a slate of comics based strictly on existing characters.  

Well, I'd create the line that I would want to read, without regard for sales viability. Here's what it would look like, imagining that each title has an incredible creative team: 
Superman Books
Action Comics (anthology led by Superman, just the way it started back in 1938)
DC Comics Presents (Superman team-up stories)
Lana Lang (Lana Lang, on-again off-again girlfriend of Clark Kent, goes on archeological adventures from Qurac to Skartaris to Atlantis) 
Lex Luthor (diabolical tales of Lex Luthor's infamies great and small) 
Lois Lane: Woman of Steel (Lois Lane's adventures as a brave, bold reporter) 
Man of Tomorrow (Superman's adventures with the adult Legion of Super-Heroes)
Man of Steel (Superman's adventures as a radical 
The Private Life of Clark Kent (Clark Kent's day-to-day adventures in journalism, dating, grocery shopping, etc.) 
Supergirl (stories of Kara Zor-El, Superman's cousin) 
Superman (Superman's main title, with his biggest adventures)
Young Clark Kent (Clark Kent's life in Smallville, as his powers were developing; frequently crosses over with Legion of Super-Heroes, below)

Batman Books
Batgirl (the adventures of congresswoman Barbara Gordon, AKA Batgirl, in Washington, DC)
Batman (Batman's main title, two-fisted street crime adventures) 
The Brave and the Bold (Batman team-up stories) 
Legends of the Dark Knight (Batman stories told from the perspective of his villains) 
Detective Comics (anthology led by Batman, just the way it started; detective stories) 

Team Books
Birds of Prey (Batgirl, Black Canary, Huntress, and Hawk and Dove fight street-level crime) 
Blackhawks! (a squad of pilots from around the world fly into danger wherever they can find it!) 
Doom Patrol (DP members from all incarnations of the team gather to fight the weirdest threats ever) 
Freedom Fighters (the heroes of Earth X have freed their world from tyranny, only to be stranded in ours!) 
Gorilla Soldiers (Congorilla, Detective Chimp, Beppo the Super Monkey, Angel and the Ape, and xx versus their arch-rivals the Ultra-Humanite, Gorilla Grodd, Titano the Super-Ape, and Monsieur Mallah and the Brain.)  
The Haunted Tank (ghostly adventures in World War II) 
Justice League of America (DC's greatest heroes team up to face the biggest threats) 
Justice Society of America (the greatest heroes of the 1930s and 40s fight the Nazis and other fascists and mad scientists) 
Legion of Substitute Heroes (good-hearted Legion rejects try to do the right thing despite their shortcomings) 
Legion of Super-Heroes (dozens of super-powered teenagers of the 31st century explore the galaxy and combat interstellar evil)
Secret Society of Super-Villains (super-villains work in secret, hatching sinister conspiracies to rule the world--but can they avoid killing each other?) 
Suicide Squad (super-villains and anti-heroes reluctantly work together under threat of government sanction, performing secret missions so dangerous that not everyone comes back alive)
Suicide Squad Secret Missions (Suicide Squad anthology)  
Tales of the Green Lantern Corps (anthology series about the non-Terran Green Lanterns) 
Titans (generations of sidekicks work together to prove themselves) 

The Other Heroes
Animal Man
The Atoms (scientists Ray Palmer and Ryan Choi explore the microverse) 
Black Canary
Black Lightning
Blue Beetle
Captain Atom
Elongated Man (back to the original concept, the Nick and Nora Charles of the superhero world; lighthearted mysteries of the jet set) 
Fury of Firestorm (Ron Raymond and Martin Stein take back the Firestorm matrix - but they're not happy about it!) 
Flash Legacy (anthology of stories of the fastest men and women alive, from World War II to the far future) 
Green Arrow
Green Lantern
Hawks (the adventures of Katar and Shayera Hol, police officers of Thanagar) 
Red Tornado
Shazam! and the Marvel Family
Swamp Thing
Vixen and Bronze Tiger (solo adventures of the Suicide Squad team-mates) 
Wonder Woman

A pretty solid selection of titles--at least from my selfish perspective. 

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Stone Faced Bunny

A few years ago, Mom and Dad picked up this stone bunny (along with three baby stone bunnies) at a roadside art stand in British Columbia. I joked that it would make a good weapon to defend oneself against home invaders, with the added bonus that if you bashed a miscreant just the right way, the bunny might wind up with blood on its mouth, like a predator. 

Morbid, yes. And certainly violence should always be the very last resort, used only when imminently threatened with death. 

Monday, January 21, 2019

Colors by Beck

Until recently, I only knew Beck through "Loser," which he released in...good heavens, 1993. I really didn't like "Loser," and so I dismissed Beck. I even though perhaps he'd been a one-hit wonder, when I thought of him at all.

A couple of years ago Sean mentioned that he really liked Beck, so I've been more open to his stuff. I quite like the song posted above, Colors, which I find really fun and catchy. 

Sunday, January 20, 2019

All the Colours of Flin Flon

Maybe not all the colours. It's the Flin Flon Station Museum! Shot on an overcast day back in 2009. 

Saturday, January 19, 2019

In the Green Room

This photo reminds me of nothing so much as the trash compactor scene in Star Wars. 

Friday, January 18, 2019

Sean's Feat of Strength

Here is Sean pretending to smash a vintage Commodore 1702 monitor, perhaps one of the finest monitors of its era. We sure got a lot of use out of it over the dozen or so years of its lifetime. 

Thursday, January 17, 2019

The Unnamed Sorceress

Here is the last of the HeroForge characters I designed a couple of months back and recently painted. This poor woman has, as of yet, no name or backstory. I only know that she's some kind of sorceress with a "fire and ice" theme; she's shooting ice out of one hand, and a flaming arrow from the other. She'll work for Dungeons & Dragons or Villains & Vigilantes somehow. 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

A Sinister Gunslinger

I created a gunslinger in HeroForge and painted him. Note the black hands, head, and chest. This fellow is supposed to be a scary faceless legend, but I haven't yet come up with a cool name for him. He's destined for Villains & Vigilantes at some point...but as hero or villain? 

Monday, January 14, 2019


Here is Flow, an assassin I designed for the Villains & Vigilantes roleplaying game. Flow possesses heightened strength and a range of chemical abilities, shapeshifting, and plasticity. Her mottled appearance is supposed to suggest her body is shifting between different chemical elements, such as, in this case, copper and silver. 

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Painted Deathbot

Here's another painted miniature from Civilization V, a killer death robot available only in the late stage of the game. This one turned out a bit better than the longbowman. 

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Resting Longbowman

Here's an out-of-focus English longbowman, shoddily painted. Oof. Painting things is so hard at this small scale. Look at all those missed spots.

This miniature came with the special edition of Civilization V; it's metal, and quite hefty. 

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Basile's Peephole

Basile's Pizza in Leduc has the largest door peephole I've ever seen. 

Monday, January 07, 2019

Undercover Avenue

Something strange happened on the way home from work this afternoon: along my straightforward drive from Stantec Tower to Terra Losa, I drove past five unmarked police cars with their lights running in the act of pulling over other drivers. Even stranger, they were about evenly spaced at one-fifth intervals along my commute, the first just past Stantec Tower and the last just before my final turn into our condo complex. The vehicles pulled over were two mid-size cars, two pickup trucks, and a box truck.

Were they speeding? Was EPS conducting some kind of spot check along my route? Questions, questions...

Saturday, January 05, 2019

Kimbra's On Top of the World

I started paying attention to Kimbra after her appearance in Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" single, and I'm glad I did. Here's her latest; powerful, vibrant, full of passionate energy. 

Friday, January 04, 2019

Fesarius II

I shot these light fixtures at lunch today because they remind me a little of the Fesarius and its probe from "The Corbomite Maneuver." 

Thursday, January 03, 2019

A Life in Film: 2019 Edition

Since Letterboxd helpfully compiles statistics on its members' screening history, I thought it might be fun to compare my all-time statistics each year, starting with today as a baseline:
So as of today, I've screened 5,181 films from 2,132 directors produced in 63 nations. The green graph shows how many films I've seen by release year; my current record is 1987, a year from which I've seen 93 films. At the far left end of the scale are the films I've seen from the 1870s and 1880s; these lines, at least from the 1870s and early 1880s, can't get any higher since I've seen all the (very short and very primitive) films released during those decades. There's still room to grow in the 1890s, though; I've seen only 20 percent of the films released in that decade. 

My highest rated decades will likely change over time, since my average rating for films in each decade is running pretty close anyway, as seen below: 
As you can see here, my highest-rated year, at 3.2 out of 5, is 1932. But aside from very early films (at left), I rate the decades pretty closely. 
I'm surprised that I haven't seen enough westerns to break into my top ten genre list. Then again, according to Letterboxd I've seen 463 fantasy films, and it's probably true I haven't seen that many westerns. 

As might be expected, the vast majority of films I've seen were produced in the United States, with the UK a distant second. This ranking is natural, given the US has been the world powerhouse in filmmaking since the early decades of the 20th century. I'm pleased that Canada ranks fourth, but these results also tell me I need to screen more Indian films. 

As might seem obvious, most of the movies I watch are spoken in English, with silent films the distant runner-up. I don't expect this to change. 

Letterboxd keeps a few interesting lists running, and it should come as no surprise that I've nearly completed the Oscar Best Picture Winners list. Of most concern to me, though, is the centre list, Sight & Sound's Top 250. Sight & Sound is a renowned British film magazine known for conducting a once-a-decade poll of the world's film professionals, asking them to choose the greatest films of all time. Clearly I've yet to see a lot of the greats.
The Three Stooges and the Little Rascals dominate my list of most-watched actors, thanks mostly to my early years. Back in Leaf Rapids, the school ran movies at lunchtime so children didn't have to go out in the freezing cold, and during those years we ran through virtually all of the Three Stooges short films and many of the features. The rest I caught on TV in Leduc in the early 80s. As for The Little Rascals, this, too, was a lunchtime staple during grade four, and I caught the rest, again, on television. Mel Blanc, of course, is the man of 1,000 voices; his high ranking comes from my efforts to see all of the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts. Charlie Chaplin ranks highly because I've now seen all of his films; Edna Purviance was often his co-star. And of course, you can see here the usual assortment of big-name stars from both the modern era and the Golden Age of Hollywood. My one regret: the list is dominated by white men. However, this list will likely change a lot each year, because I know that a lot of actors are just on the edge of that 32-film threshold currently occupied by Darla Hood and Sean Connery. It's going to take a long time to dethrone anyone in that top row, though...
Stan Brakhage earns the top spot not only because he's prolific, but because he directed a lot of shorts that are less than five minutes in length; in fact, some run just seconds long. Chaplin can't rise any higher in this list, since I've now seen all of his films; Melies can, and probably will, pass him. Hitchcock has only a little room left to grow, as I've now seen all but a handful of his output. The same is true of David Lynch and Pes, since I'm mostly caught up on their work. Folks like William K.L. Dickson, Edwin S. Porter, Alice Guy-Blache, George Albert Smith, William Heise and others from the early era of film will probably rise higher as I work my way through films from the 1890s to the 1910s. I've watched nearly everything Spielberg has directed (save the last one or two), but Eastwood still has plenty for me to see, as does John Ford. I imagine Chuck Jones and Friz Freling will also climb higher as I work my way through my Warner Brothers Looney Tunes DVDs and Blu-Rays. 
It takes a lot of people to make a movie, and Letterboxd tracks a few important categories. I wish they offered headshots for these folks, too, but it's still interesting to see which producers, writers, editors, composers, etc. have shaped my life in film. 
Finally, here are the 63 countries that have produced the films I've seen. Only eight films from South America! Just 13 from Africa! Respectable showings from Oceania (68, almost all from Australia and New Zealand) and Japan (89). Just 12 from China, 10 from Russia, and seven from India! I'm doing all right in Europe, though: 541 from the UK, 283 from France, 130 from Germany, 70 from Italy, 26 from Spain, 16 from Sweden, 11 from Ireland. Oh, and 169 from Canada, but just 19 from Mexico. I've seen 3,728 films produced in the United States, more than all others combined.  

Let's check back a year from now to see how these stats have changed. Here's a reminder to myself to hyperlink back to that post when it goes up on January 3, 2020. 

Wednesday, January 02, 2019

A Pair of Dreams

I'm in Vancouver, and Melissa Benoist, in costume as Supergirl, surprises me downtown by wrapping one arm around my shoulder, holding out her phone, and snapping a photo.

"Super selfie!" she says, grinning. "Hey, you should be on the show. You'd make a great Harvey Bullock."

I have to admit that of all DC's character's, my current rotund physique most closely matches that of Bullock. I'm a little confused, though; in the comics, Harvey Bullock is a detective working for the Gotham City Police Department. But I rationalize this by figuring Supergirl's writers have perhaps had Bullock transfer over to National City. In any event, the pay is $2000 a week and I get to be part of the Arrowverse, so I take the job.

*  *  *

It's 4 AM and Sylvia wakes me up. We're in our old condo. She reminds me that Sean, Mike and Scott are coming over for McDonald's. Sean has already arrived on the balcony on a rented bicycle glider, but I haven't actually picked up the food.

I join Sean on the balcony and we launch the glider, pedalling back offshore to Sean's yacht, picking up our McDonald's order, and cycle-gliding back to the condo. Scott and Mike arrive and we eat in the darkness, four identical orders: Big Mac combos, medium fries, medium Cokes. Mike notes with some disdain that there's a triangle of toast in his Big Mac. I check and see that my Big Mac also includes a slice of toast.

"Well, it's a bonus, I guess," I say, eating the toast.

Everything is so real as to be more convincing than true reality. Not for a second do I question the bicycle-gliders, Sean's yacht, or the fact that Sylvia and I have moved back into our first condo. The only thing I question is why I arranged for a McDonald's dinner at 4:45 AM.

Flying on the cycle-gliders is effortless and exhilarating. After supper, I fly over the beaches of Hawaii, shooting photos for Google Maps as I ride the wind. Turquoise waters lap at white sand, and the sun beams down benignly. All is good, but a voice at the back of my mind questions my sanity, and it is that voice that brings me back to reality, awakening with my alarm. 

Tuesday, January 01, 2019

Movies I Watched in 2018

Let's all go to the lobby to get ourselves a treat...I probably should have gone to the lobby more often this year, as I screened a TON of movies. But looks are deceiving; a lot of the films I watched are shorts...some only seconds long. But they count!

Here's the rundown:

As you can see, I watched 722 movies in 2018, very few of them rewatches. I posted 77 reviews, but most of those are archival and I just wanted to get them up on Letterboxd for a wider audience.

My Best of 2018 will change as I see more movies from that year; this snapshot simply records what I thought of the 2018 films I did see. I suspect that Mandy and The Other Side of the Wind will remain near the top, though; Mandy was simply sumptuous and tragic and mythical, and Orson Welles' long-lost final film is every bit as modern and vibrant and confounding as the best of his miraculous work.
Where did I find time to watch 601.4 hours of film? Well, mainly on the weekends, as you can see here, and with three big spikes of activity, one of which took place immediately after Dad died, a period where I couldn't bring myself to do much of anything but escape from the wider world - a theme for me in 2018.
As is usual, most of the movies I watched in 2018 were produced in the USA in English. I'm pretty happy with my genre spread. As for the ratings spread, I tend to consider films based on their overall entertainment value, but even so, I don't hand out many 4.5- or 5-star ratings.
My list of stars in 2018 is weighted heavily to classic actors as witnessed by the presence of Laurel and Hardy, Groucho Marx, Jimmy Stewart, Gary Cooper, John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis, and the remarkable Jennifer Jones, a new actress to me this year. Robert Englund appears on this list because I watched the entire Nightmare on Elm Street series in a row. The Brakhages appear because I watched dozens of Stan Brakhage experimental shorts.
Some of these folks will probably never appear again on my annual list, not because they're not great, but because I've watched almost all their stuff by now. I've seen all of Winsor McCay's work, for example, and I only have a handful of Hitchcock films left to watch; same with Peckinpah and Welles, and I've seen everything by the remarkable Maya Deren, a new and sublime discovery for me in 2018.
Letterboxd added other important crew to patron stats this year! Very helpful when searching for writers, producers, and composers to follow.
My most liked (such as they are) review and list, along with the Letterboxd community's ratings of the films I saw in 2018. Most Obscure was, for the record, "Proudly We Serve," a propaganda short from 1944.
The "highly rated films I missed" and my world map. I believe Uzbekistan and Malaysia were new to me in 2018. I neglected Canadian productions, sadly.

Here's a breakdown of the films I watched by their respective decades of production:

2010s: 100
1940s: 92
1930s: 71
1900s: 68
1980s: 57
1890s: 55
2000s: 51
1920s: 46
1960s: 43
1950s: 36
1990s: 35
1970s: 34
1910s: 32
1880s: 6

I knocked 61 Best Picture nominees off my list, not including any films I watched in 2018 that may be nominated for that year's award:

Darkest Hour
Lady Bird
The Shape of Water
Alice Adams
Les Miserables
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
The Great Ziegfeld
The Story of Louis Pasteur 
Three Smart Girls
Test Pilot
Imitation of Life
A Star is Born
Dead End
One Hundred Men and a Girl
Love Affair 
The Letter
Blossoms in the Dust
Random Harvest
Phantom Thread
The Post
Call Me by Your Name
Flirtation Walk
The Pied Piper
The Talk of the Town
Wake Island
Madame Curie
A Farewell to Arms
Smilin’ Through
Zorba the Greek 
Quo Vadis
The Human Comedy
Hope and Glory
Lilies of the Field
The More the Merrier
Watch on the Rhine
The Song of Bernadette
The Bishop’s Wife
Since You Went Away
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
Love is a Many-Splendored Thing
The Citadel
Anchors Aweigh
The Goodbye Girl
The Razor’s Edge
Bound for Glory
Johnny Belinda
The Red Shoes
The Snake Pit
The Heiress
Naughty Marietta
One Hour with You
Henry V
The Yearling
The Hollywood Revue of 1929
Twelve O’Clock High

This means I've watched 494 of 549 Best Picture nominees, or 89.98%. Less than 100 to go! Oh, and I'm now including the lost nominee The Patriot in my list; I've seen the trailer, which is as much as anyone can see, so I'm calling that counted, or close enough.

As of yesterday, I've screened 5,179 films over the course of my lifetime, or roughly 1,000 films per decade. Is that some kind of accomplishment? I mean, I guess..? It's better than a crippling drug habit, anyway.

The list of films, for the masochistic and the curious:

January: 37
The Disaster Artist (James Franco, 2017)
The Florida Project (Sean Baker, 2017)
Everything or Nothing (Stevan Riley, 2012)
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Rian Johnson, 2017)
Beyond Tomorrow (A. Edward Sutherland, 1940)
Young Mr. Lincoln (John Ford, 1939)
Black Mirror: Arkangel (Jodie Foster, 2017)
Black Mirror: Crocodile (John Hillcoat, 2017)
Kingsman: The Secret Service (Matthew Vaughn, 2014)
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Matthew Vaughn, 2017)
The Adventures of Superboy (George Blair, 1961)
Darkest Hour (Joe Wright, 2017)
Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig, 2017)
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (John Cassavetes, 1976)
The Killing of a Sacred Deer (Yorgos Lanthimos, 2017)
The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro, 2017)
Junior Bonner (Sam Peckinpah, 1972)
Alice Adams (George Stevens, 1935)
Les Miserables (Richard Boleslawski, 1935)
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (Henry Hathaway, 1935)
Munich (Steven Spielberg, 2005)
Happy and Glorious (Danny Boyle, 2012)
The Great Ziegfeld (Robert Z. Leonard, 1936)
The Story of Louis Pasteur (William Dieterle, 1936)
Three Smart Girls (Henry Koster, 1936)
ABBA: The Last Video (Unknown, 2004)
Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove (Louis Lewyn, 1934)
Derrick contre Superman (Michel Hazanavicius, 1992)
The Adventures of Super Pup (Cal Howard, 1958)
Kuleshov Effect (Lev Kuleshov, 1919)
Armistice (Unknown, 1918)
Easy Rider: Shaking the Tree (Charles Kiselyak, 1999)
Three Days of the Condor (Sydney Pollack, 1975)
Castle in the Sky (Hayako Miyazaki, 1986)
Roots of Evil (Christian Anders, 1979)
Test Pilot (Victor Fleming, 1938)
Imitation of Life (John M. Stahl, 1934)

February: 99
12:01 PM (Jonathan Heap, 1990)
All That Heaven Allows (Douglas Sirk, 1955)
A Star is Born (William A. Wellman, 1937)
Dead End (William Wyler, 1937)
Gone Fishin’ (Pes, 2018)
One Hundred Men and a Girl (Henry Koster, 1937)
Love Affair (Leo Mccarey, 1939)
Jezebel (William Wyler, 1938)
Torque (Joseph Kahn, 2004)
Tarzan and the Slave Girl (Lee Sholem, 1950)
The Heart and the Money (Louis Feuillade and Leonce Perret, 1912)
The Gardener (Victor Sjostrom, 1912)
How a Mosquito Operates (Winsor McCay, 1912)
Gertie on Tour (Winsor McCay, 1921)
Winsor McCay, the Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and His Moving Comics (Winsor McCay and J. Stuart Blackton, 1911)
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: The Flying House (Winsor McCay, 1921)
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: Bug Vaudeville (Winsor McCay, 1921)
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: The Pet (Winsor McCay, 1921)
The Centaurs (Winsor McCay, 1921)
Flip’s Circus (Winsor McCay, 1921)
The Sinking of the Lusitania (Winsor McCay, 1918)
Charlie Butts In (Charlie Chaplin, 1920)
Sherlock Holmes Baffled (Arthur Marvin, 1900)
The Chimney Sweep and the Miller (Arthur Marvin, 1900)
The Letter (William Wyler, 1940)
Blossoms in the Dust (Mervyn LeRoy, 1941)
Random Harvest (Mervyn LeRoy, 1942)
Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2017)
The Post (Steven Spielberg, 2017)
Call Me by Your Name (Luca Guadagnino, 2017)
Daybreak Express (D.A. Pennebaker, 1953)
There Will Come Soft Rains (Nozim To’laho’jayev, 1984)
Mickey’s Trailer (Ben Sharpsteen, 1938)
Don’t Shove (Alfred J. Goulding, 1919)
Prelude: Dog Star Man (Stan Brakhage, 1961)
Dog Star Man: Part I (Stan Brakhage, 1962)
Dog Star Man: Part II (Stan Brakhage, 1963)
Dog Star Man: Part III (Stan Brakhage, 1964)
Dog Star Man: Part IV (Stan Brakhage, 1964)
Cat’s Cradle (Stan Brakhage, 1959)
Window Water Baby Moving (Stan Brakhage, 1959)
Mothlight (Stan Brakhage, 1963)
Eye Myth (Stan Brakhage, 1967)
The Wold-Shadow (Stan Brakhage, 1972)
The Garden of Earthly Delights (Stan Brakhage, 1981)
The Stars Are Beautiful (Stan Brakhage, 1974)
Kindering (Stan Brakhage, 1987)
I…Dreaming (Stan Brakhage, 1988)
The Dante Quartet (Stan Brakhage, 1987)
Night Music (Stan Brakhage, 1986)
Rage Net (Stan Brakhage, 1988)
Glaze of Cathexis (Stan Brakhage, 1990)
Delicacies of Molten Horror Synapse (Stan Brakhage, 1990)
Untitled (For Marilyn) (Stan Brakhage, 1992) 
Black Ice (Stan Brakhage, 1994)
Study in Color and Black and White (Stan Brakhage, 1993)
Stellar (Stan Brakhage, 1993)
Crack Glass Eulogy (Stan Brakhage, 1991)
The Dark Tower (Stan Brakhage, 1999)
Commingled Containers (Stan Brakhage, 1996)
Lovesong (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
The Wonder Ring (Stan Brakhage, 1955)
The Dead (Stan Brakhage, 1960)
Two: Creeley/McClure (Stan Brakhage, 1965)
23rd Psalm Branch (Stan Brakhage, 1967)
Scenes from Under Childhood, Section One (Stan Brakhage, 1967)
The Machine of Eden (Stan Brakhage, 1970)
Star Garden (Stan Brakhage, 1974)
Desert (Stan Brakhage, 1976)
The Process (Stan Brakhage, 1972)
Burial Path (Stan Brakhage, 1978)
Duplicity III (Stan Brakhage, 1980)
The Domain of the Moment (Stan Brakhage, 1977)
Murder Psalm (Stan Brakhage, 1980)
Arabic 12 (Stan Brakhage, 1982)
FTL (Adam Stern, 2017)
Doomsday (Neil Marshall, 2008)
Tarzan, the Ape Man (John Derek, 1981)
Visions in Meditation #1 (Stan Brakhage, 1989)
Visions in Meditation #2 (Stan Brakhage, 1989)
Visions in Meditation #3 (Stan Brakhage, 1990)
Visions in Meditation #4 (Stan Brakhage, 1990)
Unconscious London Strata (Stan Brakhage, 1982)
Boulder Blues and Pearls and… (Stan Brakhage, 1992)
The Mammals of Victoria (Stan Brakhage, 1994)
From: First Hymn to the Night—Novalis (Stan Brakhage, 1994)
I Take These Truths (Stan Brakhage, 1995)
The Cat of the Worm’s Green Realm (Stan Brakhage, 1997)
Yggdrasill: Whose Roots are Stars in the Human Mind (Stan Brakhage, 1997)
…Reel Five (Stan Brakhage, 1998)
Persian Series #1 (Stan Brakhage, 1999)
Persian Series #2 (Stan Brakhage, 1999)
Persian Series #3 (Stan Brakhage, 1999)
Chinese Series (Stan Brakhage, 2003)
The Last of the Mohicans (George B. Seitz, 1936)
Tarzan’s Peril (Byron Haskin, 1951)
Tarzan’s Savage Fury (Cyril Endfield, 1952)
Tarzan and the She-Devil (Kurt Neumann, 1953)
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (Lorene Scafaria, 2012)

March: 153
Powderkeg (Douglas Heyes, 1971)
Black Panther (Ryan Coogler, 2018)
Boules Game (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
Partie d’ecarte (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
Childish Quarrel (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Otis Turner, 1910)
The Cowboy Millionaire (Otis Turner, 1909)
How it Feels to be Run Over (Cecil M. Hepworth, 1900)
A Trip to Mars (Ashley Miller, 1910)
The Enchanted Drawing (J. Stuart Blackton, 1900)
The Fat and Lean Wrestling Match (Georges Méliès, 1900)
Going to Bed Under Difficulties (Georges Méliès, 1900)
Attack on a China Mission (James Williamson, 1900)
The Kiss (Edwin S. Porter, 1900)
Faust and Marguerite (Edwin S. Porter, 1900)
Le village de Namo – Panorama pris d’une chaise a porteurs (Gabriel Veyre, 1900)
The Christmas Dream (George Méliès, 1900)
Athlete Swinging a Pick (Eadweard Muybridge, 1881)
Child Bringing Bouquet to Woman (Eadweard Muybridge, 1886)
Je Vous Aime (Georges Demeny, 1891)
Two Fencers (Etienne-Jules Marey, 1891)
Lyon, Place Bellecour (Louis Lumiere, 1895)
Partie de Tric-Trac (Louis Lumiere, 1895)
Komisches Reck (Max Skladanowsky, 1895)
Akrobatisches Potpourri (Max Skladanowsky, 1895)
Der Jongleur (Max Skladanowsky, 1895)
Kamarinskaja (Max Skladanowsky, 1895)
Apotheose (Max Skladanowky, 1895)
Komische Begegnung im Tiergarten zu Stockholm (Max Skladanowsky, 1896)
Italienischer Bauerntanz (Max Skladanowsky, 1895)
La Sortie de l’usine Lumiere (Louis Lumiere, 1895)
Footpads (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
The Derby (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
Hyde Park Bicycling Scene (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
Scene on the River Thames, or Up the River (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
Royal Train (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
Comic Costume Race (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
The Twins’ Tea Party (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
Blackfriars Bridge (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
Westminster Bridge (Robert W. Paul, 1896)
The Derby (Birt Acres, 1895)
France at Work (Louis Lumiere, 1895)
Performing Animals; or, Skipping Dogs (Birt Acres, 1895)
Untitled Kinetoscope Comedy (Birt Acres, 1895)
Arrivee d’un train a Perrache (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
Post No Bills (George Méliès, 1896)
Premiers pas de bebe (Louis Lemiere, 1896)
Panorama de l’arrivee en gare de Perrache (Louis Lemiere, 1896)
Bicyclist (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
Ostriches (Unknown, 1896)
Carmaux: Drawing Out the Coke (Unknown, 1896)
Fatima’s Coochie-Coochie Dance (James H. White and William Heise, 1896)
Pompiers a Lyon (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
Bluebeard (Georges Méliès, 1901)
The Monster (Georges Méliès, 1903)
Jeanne d’Arc (Georges Méliès, 1900)
The Eclipse: The Courtship of the Sun and Moon (Georges Méliès, 1907)
The Living Playing Cards (Georges Méliès, 1905)
Wild Things (John McNaughton, 1998)
The Cat Lady (Tom Chomont, 1969)
Sherlock Holmes (Guy Ritchie, 2009)
L’infernal contorsionniste (Unknown, 1923)
Felix All Puzzled (Otto Messmer, 1925)
Time Piece (Jim Henson, 1965)
Nat, Skat (Lars Von Trier, 1968)(
Flirtation Walk (Frank Borzage, 1934)
The Pied Piper (Irving Pichel, 1942)
The Talk of the Town (George Stevens, 1942)
Team Darryl (Taika Waititi, 2018)
A Very Lovely Dream: One Week in Twin Peaks (Charles de Lauzirika, 2017)
Behind the Red Curtain (Richard Beymer, 2017)
I Had Bad Milk in Dehradun (Richard Beymer, 2017)
The Man with the Gray Elevated Hair (Jason S., 2017)
Tell it Martin (Jason S., 2017)
Two Blue Balls (Jason S. 2017)
The Number of Completion (Jason S., 2017)
Bad Binoculars (Jason S., 2017)
See You on the Other Side Dear Friend (Jason S., 2017)
Do Not Pick Up Hitchhikers (Jason S., 2017)
A Bloody Finger in your Mouth (Jason S., 2017)
The Polish Accountant (Jason S., 2017)
A Pot of Boiling Oil (Jason S., 2017)
Wake Island (John Farrow, 1942)
Ivanhoe (Richard Thorpe, 1952)
Madame Curie (Mervyn LeRoy, 1943)
Valley of the Kings (Robert Pirosh, 1954)
Slick Sleuths (Charles R. Bowers and Bud Fisher, 1926)
Westward Whoa (Charles R. Bowers and Bud Fisher, 1926)
Gas! or It Became Necessary to Destroy the World in Order to Save It (Roger Corman, 1970)
The Lost World (Irwin Allen, 1960)
The Silver Chalice (Victor Saville, 1954)
Dear Basketball (Glen Keane, 2017)
Changing Batteries (Cassandra Ng, 2013)
Petites causes, grands effets (Mauris O’Galop, 1912)
Memorial Service to the Antarctic Heroes (Unknown, 1913)
Tom Tinker’s Pony Patter (Unknown, 1919)
Urashima and Undersea Kingdom (Seitaro Kitayama, 1918)
Animal Act with Baboon, Dog, and Donkey (Unknown, 1919)
Watermelon Contest (James H. White, 1896)
Arab Cortege, Geneva (Unknown, 1896)
Going to the Fire (James H. White, 1896)
Enfants jouant aux billes (Louis Lumiere, 1896)
Loading a Boiler (Unknown, 1896)
Pistol Duel (Gabriel Veyre, 1896)
Bassin des Tuileries (Unknown, 1896)
Amy Muller (William Heise, 1896)
The Midget Crane (Albert Grass, 1926)
Spiel der Wellen (Lotte Lendesdorff and Walter Ruttman, 1926)
Der Aufstieg (Walter Ruttman and Julius Pinschewer, 1926)
The Untameable Whiskers (Georges Méliès, 1904)
An Interesting Story (James Williamson, 1904)
The Cook in Trouble (Georges Méliès, 1904)
Punch and Judy (Georges Méliès, 1906)
The Luny Musician (Georges Méliès, 1906)
A Desperate Crime (Georges Méliès, 1906)
Whimsical Illusions (Georges Méliès, 1909)
Amour et melasse (Georges Méliès, 1908)
The Mischances of a Photographer (Georges Méliès, 1908)
The Indian Sorcerer (Georges Méliès, 1908)
French Interpreter Policeman (Georges Méliès, 1908)
Grandmother’s Story (Georges Méliès, 1908)
Prolific Magic Egg (Georges Melies, 1903)
Tarzan’s Hidden Jungle (Harold Schuster, 1955)
Tarzan and the Lost Safari (Bruce Humberstone, 1957)
A Farewell to Arms (Frank Borzage, 1932)
Alibi (Roland West, 1929)
Smilin’ Through (Sidney Franklin, 1932)
One Night of Love (Victor Schertzinger, 1934)
Artbreak, MTV Networks, Inc. (Dara Birnbaum, 1987)
Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman (Dara Birnbaum, 1978)
Kindering (Stan Brakhage, 1987)
Your Face (Bill Plympton, 1987)
Love in the Fast Lane (Bill Plympton, 1987)
Focus (Lutz Mommartz, 1987)
God Save the Archies (Unknown, 1987)
Luxo Jr. Pencil Test (John Lasseter, 1986)
Slow Billie Scan (Analivia Cordeiro, 1987)
Mental Images (John Andrew Berton Jr. and Rolf Herken, 1987)
My Baby Just Cares for Me (Peter Lord, 1987)
L.A. Woman (Aki Kaurismaki, 1987)
Horror Brunch (Rik Carter, 1987)
Rich Little Bitch (Aki Kaurismaki, 1987)
The ADS Epidemic (John Greyson, 1987)
Helloween: Halloween (Mark Rezyka, 1987)
Touched by the Hand of God (Kathryn Bigelow, 1987)
Thru the Wire (Aki Kaurismaki, 1987)
Aquatic (Koji Yamamura, 1987)
La La La Human Sex Duo No. 1 (Bernar Hebert, 1987)
Waving (Ann Marie Fleming, 1987)
Time for Table Manners (Unknown, 1987)
King of Kings (Nicholas Ray, 1961)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Michael Bay, 2009)
Salvage-1 (Lee Philips, 1979)

April: 78
The Flying Man (Marcus Alqueres, 2013)
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Michael Bay, 2011)
Bad Boys II (Michael Bay, 2003)
Swordfish (Dominic Sena, 2001)
Zorba the Greek (Michael Cacoyannis, 1964)
Destination: Outer Space (Christopher Mihm, 2010)
Transformers: Age of Extinction (Michael Bay, 2014)
Transformers: The Last Knight (Michael Bay, 2017)
The Commuter (Jaume Collet-Serra, 2018)
Annihilation (Alex Garland, 2018)
Beverly Hills Cop (Martin Brest, 1984)
Beverly Hills Cop II (Tony Scott, 1987)
Beverly Hills Cop III (John Landis, 1994)
Quo Vadis (Mervyn LeRoy, 1951)
The Late Night Double Feature (Christopher Mihm, 2014)
Far Far Away Idol (Simon J. Smith, 2004)
L’Inferno (Francesco Bertolini, Adolfo Padovan, and Giuseppe De Liguro, 1911)
After the Thin Man (W. S. Van Dyke, 1936)
1776 (Peter H. Hunt, 1972)
The Trial (Orson Welles, 1962)
Convict 13 (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1920)
Cops (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1922)
The Electric House (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1922)
The Frozen North (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1922)
Give a Man a Job (Unknown, 1933)
One Week (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1920)
The Love Nest (Edward F. Kline and Buster Keaton, 1923)
The Blacksmith (Malcolm St. Clair and Buster Keaton, 1922)
Day Dreams (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1922)
The Balloonatic (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1923)
The Haunted House (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1921)
Stroheim in Vienna (Unknown, 1948)
A Feather in His Collar (Unknown, 1946)
Woman Throwing Baseball (Eadweard Muybridge, 1886)
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (Robert Aldrich, 1962)
The Goat (Malcolm St. Clair and Buster Keaton, 1921)
The Paleface (Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton, 1922)
The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Luis Bunuel, 1954)
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Alexander Witt, 2004)
Resident Evil: Extinction (Russell Mulcahy, 2007)
Resident Evil: Afterlife (Paul W. S. Anderson, 2010)
Resident Evil: Retribution (Paul W. S. Anderson, 2012)
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Paul W. S. Anderson, 2016)
Another Thin Man (W. S. Van Dyke II, 1939)
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (Sam Liu, 2018)
Rockin’ in the Rockies (Vernon Keays, 1945)
They Made Me a Criminal (Busby Berkeley, 1939)
Ready Player One (Steven Spielberg, 2018)
Avengers: Infinity War (Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, 2018)
Chickens Scared by Torpedo (Eadweard Muybridge, 1887)
Lioness Walking (Eadweard Muybridge, 1887)
Woman Walking Downstairs (Eadweard Muybridge, 1887)
The Magician (Georges Méliès, 1898)
Mr. Edison at Work in His Chemical Laboratory (James H. White, 1897)
Panorama pris d’un train en marche (Georges Melies, 1898)
Good Morning (Satoshi Kon, 2008)
My Last Minute (Leos Carax, 2006)
Une catastrophe (Jean-Luc Godard, 2008)
Crutchnap (Harmony Korine, 2009)
Mochibei (Keita Kurosaka, 2005)
Naked Eyes (Leos Carax, 2009)
Elvis (Jonas Mekas, 2001)
Wien & Mozart (Jonas Mekas, 2001)
Me at the Zoo (Jawed Karim, 2005)
Death (Kenneth Anger, 2008)
We the People (Ben Rivers, 2004)
Copying is not Theft (Nina Paley, 2009)
Unrolling Event (Paul Sharits, 1965)
End after 9 (George Maciunas, 1966)
Artype (George Maciunas, 1966)
1000 Frames (George Maciunas, 1966)
Desistfilm (Stan Brakhage, 1954)
William Buys a Parrot (Antony Balch, 1963)
Joe and Petunia: Country Code (Unknown, 1968)
Touch Cinema (Valie Export, 1968)
Trompos (Eugenio Granell, 1961)
The Great Society (Fred Mogubgub, 1967)
Animated Putty (Walther R. Booth, 1911)

May: 9 
Five Came Back (Laurent Bouzereau, 2017)
The Dawn Patrol (Edmund Goulding, 1938)
Drive (Nicholas Winding Refn, 2011)
Spider (David Cronenberg, 2002)
Scoop (Woody Allen, 2006)
Love and Death (Woody Allen, 1975)
Interiors (Woody Allen, 1978)
The Human Comedy (Clarence Brown, 1943)
Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story (Woody Allen, 1971)

June: 50
Loving Vincent (Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, 2017)
Cobra (George P. Cosmatos, 1986)
Liberty (Leo McCarey, 1929)
Busy Bodies (Lloyd French, 1933)
The Finishing Touch (Clyde Bruckman, 1928)
The Desert Trail (Lewis D. Collins, 1935)
The Lonely Trail (Joseph Kane, 1936)
Destry Rides Again (George Marshall, 1939)
Drums Along the Mohawk (John Ford, 1939)
Helpmates (James Parrott, 1932)
Hog Wild (James Parrott, 1930)
Laughing Gravy (James W. Horne, 1931)
Blotto (James Parrott, 1930)
Dirty Work (Lloyd French, 1933)
North West Mounted Police (Cecil . DeMille, 1940)
Six-Gun Gold (David Howard, 1941)
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (James Signorelli, 1988)
Colossal (Nacho Vigalondo, 2016)
The Monster (Roland West, 1925)
Perfect Day (James Parrott, 1929)
Seven Men from Now (Budd Boetticher, 1956)
Budd Boetticher: An American Original (Dave Kehr, 2005)
Man with the Screaming Brain (Bruce Campbell, 2005)
The Lost Patrol (John Ford, 1934)
Mary of Scotland (John Ford, 1936)
Sergeant Rutledge (John Ford, 1960)
Cheyenne Autumn (John Ford, 1964)
Major Dundee (Sam Peckinpah, 1965)
Every Which Way but Loose (James Fargo, 1978)
Any Which Way You Can (Buddy Van Horn, 1980)
Troy (Wolfgang Petersen, 2004)
Manhattan Murder Mystery (Woody Allen, 1993)
The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (Frank McDonald, 1936)
The Bishop’s Wife (Henry Koster, 1947)
Arrowhead (Charles Marquis Warren, 1953)
The Daughter of Dawn (Norbert Myles, 1920)
A Smallville Man (Mauricio Abril, 2015)
The Deadly Companions (Sam Peckinpah, 1961)
A Gotham Fairytale (Mauricio Abril, 2013)
The Dream (Mauricio Abril, 2016)
London After Midnight (Tod Browning, 1927)
Infinity Chamber (Travis Milloy, 2016)
The Montana Kid (Harry L. Fraser, 1931)
Babes in Toyland (Gus Meins and Charley Rogers, 1934)
Moonstruck (Norman Jewison, 1987)
Hope and Glory (John Boorman, 1987)
The Beast with Five Fingers (Robert Florey, 1946)
The Maze Runner (Wes Ball, 2014)
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (Wes Ball, 2015)
Maze Runner: The Death Cure (Wes Ball, 2018)

July: 25
Cross of Iron (Sam Peckinpah, 1977)
The Man Who Laughs (Paul Leni, 1928)
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (John Hughes, 1986)
Solo (Ron Howard, 2018)
Honkytonk Man (Clint Eastwood, 1982)
Terminal (Vaugn Stein, 2018)
Nobody Runs Forever (Ralph Thomas, 1968)
Ant-Man and the Wasp (Peyton Reed, 2018)
Fallout: Red Star (Vincent Talenti, 2013)
Blackmail (Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)
Death Wish (Eli Roth, 2018)
Anu and Huyga (E J-yong, 2018)
Eye of the Storm (Unknown, 1970)
The Killer Elite (Sam Peckinpah, 1975)
Uncharted (Allan Ungar, 2018)
The Ballad of Cable Hogue (Sam Peckinpah, 1970)
Lilies of the Field (Ralph Nelson, 1963)
The More the Merrier (George Stevens, 1943)
Watch on the Rhine (Herman Shumlin, 1943)
The Song of Bernadette (Henry King, 1943)
Since You Went Away (John Cromwell, 1944)
The Thomas Crown Affair (Norman Jewison, 1968)
A Place to Stand (Christopher Chapman, 1967)
High Road to China (Brian G. Hutton, 1983)
Mission: Impossible – Fallout (Christopher McQuarrie, 2018)

August: 59
Meshes of the Afternoon (Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid, 1943)
At Land (Maya Deren, 1944)
Ritual in Transfigured Time (Maya Deren, 1946)
Witch’s Cradle (Maya Deren, 1943)
A Study in Choreography for Camera (Maya Deren, 1945)
The Private Life of a Cat (Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid, 1947)
Meditation on Violence (Maya Deren, 1949)
The Very Eye of Night (Maya Deren, 1958)
Ensemble for Somnambulists (Maya Deren, 1951)
Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti (Maya Deren, Cherel Ito and Teiji Ito, 1985)
Ruby Gentry (King Vidor, 1952)
The Rules of the Game (Jean Renoir, 1939)
Duel in the Sun (King Vidor, 1946)
Love Letters (William Dieterle, 1945)
Alexander’s Ragtime Band (Henry King, 1938)
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (Henry King , 1955)
Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown (Jim Reardon, 1986)
Room Service (William A. Seiter, 1938)
The Pit and the Pendulum (Stuart Gordon, 1991)
The Pit and the Pendulum (David DeCoteau, 2009)
Mazes and Monsters (Steven H. Stern, 1982)
Adventures of William Tell (Georges Méliès, 1898)
The Conquest of the Pole (Georges Méliès, 1912)
The Devil and the Statue (Georges Méliès, 1901)
Satan in Prison (Georges Méliès, 1907)
Arrival of a Train at Vincennes Station (George Méliès, 1896)
The Surrender of Tournavos (Georges Méliès, 1897)
Naval Combat in Greece (Georges Méliès, 1897)
The Devil’s Laboratory (Georges Méliès, 1897)
Faust and Marguerite (Georges Méliès, 1897)
Le Voyage de la famille Bourrichon (Georges Méliès and Gaston Méliès, 1913)
Cinderella or the Glass Slipper (Georges Melies, 1912)
The Text of Light (Stan Brakhage, 1974)
SB (Stan Brakhage, 2002)
Persian Series #10 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #11 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #12 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #6 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #7 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #8 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #9 (Stan Brakhage, 2000)
Persian Series #4 (Stan Brakhage, 1999)
Persian Series #5 (Stan Brakhage, 1999)
Persian Series #13 (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
Persian Series #14 (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
Persian Series #15 (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
Persian Series #16 (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
Persian Series #17 (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
Persian Series #18 (Stan Brakhage, 2001)
The Big Trail (Raoul Walsh, 1930)
Wagon Wheels (Charles Barton, 1934)
Paradise Canyon (Carl L. Pierson, 1935)
Trigger Tom (Harry S. Webb, 1935)
Wagon Trail (Harry Fraser, 1935)
The Painted Lady (D.W. Griffith, 1912)
The Mothering Heart (D.W. Griffith, 1913)
The Cowboy and the Lady (H.C. Potter, 1938)
New Frontier (George Sherman, 1939)
FCU: Fact Checkers Unit (Dan Beers, 2007)

September: 30 
Port of Shadows (Marcel Carne, 1938)
The Baker’s Wife (Marcel Pagnol, 1938)
Alexander Nevsky (Sergei Eisenstein and Dmitriy Vasilev, 1938)
The Citadel (King Vidor, 1938)
Wilson (Henry King, 1944)
Upgrade (Leigh Whannell, 2018)
Anchors Aweigh (George Sidney, 1945)
The Horse Soldiers (John Wayne, 1959)
The Texas Rangers Ride Again (James Hogan, 1940)
Outlaws of Boulder Pass (Sam Neufeld, 1942)
Arizona Trail (Vernon Keays, 1943)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (Wes Craven, 1984)
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge (Jack Sholder, 1985)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (Chuck Russell, 1987)
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (Guy Ritchie, 2011)
Black Rain (Ridley Scott, 1989)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (Renny Harlin, 1988)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Stephen Hopkins, 1989)
Dear, Can I Give You a Hand? (Pong Wing, 2018)
Anemic Cinema (Marcel Duchamp, 1926)
Along Came Jones (Stuart Heisler, 1945)
Dakota (Jospeh Kane, 1945)
Fargo (Lewis D. Collins, 1952)
The Goodbye Girl (Herbert Ross, 1977)
The Razor’s Edge (Edmund Goulding, 1946)
Bound for Glory (Hal Ashby, 1976)
Frontier Feud (Lambert Hillyer, 1945)
Ramrod (Andre De Toth, 1947)
Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (Rachel Talalay, 1991)
Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (Wes Craven, 1994)

October: 81
Rampage (Brad Peyton, 2018)
Skyscraper (Rawson Marshall Thurber, 2018)
Tomb Raider (Roar Uthaug, 2018)
Isle of Dogs (Wes Anderson, 2018)
Game Night (John Francis Daley, 2018)
Gumdrop (Kerry Conran, 2012)
Tag (Jeff Tomsic, 2018)
Mandy (Panos Cosmatos, 2018)
The Gay Shoe Clerk (Edwin S. Porter, 1903)
What Happened on Twenty-Third Street, New York City (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
Uncle Josh at the Moving Picture Show (Ediwn S. Porter, 1902)
The ‘Teddy’ Bears (Edwin S. Porter, 1907)
Coney Island at Night (Edwin S. Porter, 1905)
Uncle Tom’s Cabin (Edwin S. Porter and Arthur White, 1903)
Pan-American Exposition by Night (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
Three American Beauties (Edwin S. Porter, 1906)
Terrible Teddy, the Grizzly King (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
The Whole Dam Family and the Dam Dog (Edwin S. Porter, 1905)
Circular Panorama of Electric Tower (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
The Night before Christmas (Edwin S. Porter, 1905)
Uncle Josh in a Spooky Hotel (Edwin S. Porter, 1900)
A Romance of the Rail (Edwin S. Porter, 1903)
What Happened in the Tunnel (Edwin S. Porter, 1903)
Uncle Josh’s Nightmare (Edwin S. Porter, 1900)
Dog Factory (Edwin S. Porter, 1904)
Execution of Czolgosz with Panorama of Auburn Prison (Edwin S. Porter, 1091)
The Kleptomaniac (Edwin S. Porter, 1905)
Fun in a Bakery Shop (Edwin S. Porter, 1902)
How a French Nobleman Got a Wife Through the “New York Herald” Personal Columns (Edwin S. Porter, 1904)
Trapeze Disrobing Act (George S. Fleming and Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
Laughing Gas (Edwin S. Porter, 1907)
The Mystic Swing (Edwin S. Porter, 1900)
The Little Train Robbery (Edwin S. Porter, 1905)
Kansas Saloon Smashers (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
The Burlesque Suicide, No. 2 (George S. Fleming and Edwin S. Porter, 1902)
The Old Maid Having Her Picture Taken (George S. Fleming and Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
The Interrupted Bathers (George S. Fleming and Edwin S. Porter, 1902)
The Artist’s Dilemma (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
Panorama of Esplanade by Night (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
Maniac Chase (Edwin S. Porter, 1904)
The White Caps (Edwin S. Porter, 1905 (Wallace McCutcheon and Edwin S. Porter, 1905)
The Martyred Presidents (Edwin S. Porter, 1901)
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Edwin S. Porter, 1910)
The Cavalier’s Dream (Edwin S. Porter, 1898)
A Winter Straw Ride (Wallace McCutcheon and Edwin S. Porter, 1906)
The Ex-Convict (Edwin S. Porter, 1904)
Kid Auto Races at Venice, Cal. (Henry Lehrman, 1914)
The Maltese Falcon (Roy Del Ruth, 1931)
Satan Met a Lady (William Dieterle, 1936)
The Gay Parisian (Jean Negulesco, 1941)
Hiawatha’s Rabbit Hunt (Friz Freleng, 1941)
Meet John Doughboy (Bob Clampett, 1941)
Men of the Sky (B. Reeves Eason, 1942)
The Draft Horse (Chuck Jones, 1942)
Across the Pacific (John Huston, 1942)
Breakdowns of 1942 (Unknown, 1942)
So You Want to Give Up Smoking (Richard L. Bare, 1942)
Lights Fantastic (Friz Freling, 1942)
All Through the Night (Vincent Sherman, 1942)
Cavalcade of Dance (Jean Negulesco, 1943)   
Greetings Bait (Friz Freleng, 1943)
Action in the North Atlantic (Lloyd Bacon, 1943)
Breakdowns of 1944 (Unknown, 1944)
I Won’t Play (Crane Wilbur, 1944)
Jammin’ the Blues (Gjon Mili, 1944)
The Weakly Reporter (Chuck Jones, 1944)
Passage to Marseille (Michael Curtiz, 1944)
Report from the Front (Unknown, 1944)
The List of Adrian Messenger (John Huston, 1963)
Johnny Belinda (Jean Negulesco, 1948)
The Red Shoes (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1948)
The Snake Pit (Anatole Litvak, 1948)
Sangaree (Edward Ludwig, 1953)
Sicario: Day of the Soldado (Stefanio Sollima, 2018)
The Heiress (William Wyler, 1949)
Naughty Marietta (Robert Z. Leonard, 1935)
One Hour with You (Ernst Lubitsch and George Cukor, 1932)
Henry V (Laurence Olivier, 1944)
Warner at War (Constantine Nasr, 2008)
The Ghoul (T. Hayes Hunter, 1933)

November: 54
A Night at the Opera (Sam Wood, 1935)
The Other Side of the Wind (Orson Welles, 2018)
They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead (Morgan Neville, 2018)
The United States Army Band (Jean Negulesco, 1943)
Confusions of a Nutzy Spy (Norman McCabe, 1943)
This is the Army (Michael Curtiz, 1943)
Food and Magic (Jean Negulesco, 1943)
Three Cheers for the Girls (Jean Negulesco, 1943)
The United States Navy Band (Jean Negulesco, 1943)
Falling Hare (Bob Clampett, 1943)
Thank Your Lucky Stars (David Butler, 1943)
Hollywood Canine Cantine (Robert McKimson, 1946)
Herr Meets Hare (Friz Freleng, 1945)
I Am an American (Crane Wilbur, 1944)
Proudly We Serve (Crane Wilbur, 1944)
Stage Door Cartoon (Friz Freleng, 1944)
Hollywood Canteen (Delmer Daves, 1944)
George Jessel and his Russian Art Choir (Unknown, 1931)
The Smart Set-Up (Roy Mack, 1931)
Big Man from the North (Rudolf Ising and Hugh Harman, 1931)
Smart Money (Alfred E. Green, 1931)
The Yearling (Clarence Brown, 1946)
Gun Crazy (Joseph H. Lewis, 1950)
The Set-Up (Robert Wise, 1949)
The Asphalt Jungle (John Huston, 1950)
Crossfire: Hate is Like a Gun (Unknown, 2005)
The Equalizer 2 (Antoine Fuqua, 2018)
The Ring (Alfred Hitchcock, 1927)
Blood on the Moon (Robert Wise, 1948)
Western Heritage (Wallace A. Grissell, 1948)
South of St. Louis (Ray Enright, 1949)
Ocean’s 8 (Gary Ross, 2018)
American Animals (Bart Layton, 2018)
American Made (Doug Liman, 2017)
Red Sparrow (Francis Lawrence, 2018)
Downhill (Alfred Hitchcock, 1927)
Juno and the Paycock (Alfred Hitchcock, 1930)
The Farmer’s Wife (Alfred Hitchcock, 1928)
Border Incident (Anthony Mann, 1949)
Yongary, Monster from the Deep (Kim Kee-duk, 1967)
Street Fighter (Steven E. de Souza, 1994)
The Making of Roof Sex (Pes, 2003)
The Lonedale Operator (D.W. Griffith, 1911)
His Trust (D.W. Griffith, 1911)
Enoch Arden: Part I (D.W. Griffith, 1911)
Enoch Arden: Part II (D.W. Griffith, 1911)
The Hallucinations of Baron Munchausen (Georges Méliès, 1911)
A Roman Orgy (Louis Feuillade, 1911)
The Fall of Troy (Luigi Romano Borgnetto and Giovanni Pastrone, 1911)
Gray Lady Down (David Greene, 1978)
King of Jazz (John Murray Anderson, 1930)
Cards, Cads, Guns, Gore, and Death (Ron Howard, 1969)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (J.A. Bayona, 2018)
The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (Charles Reisner, 1929)

December: 51
Easy Virtue (Alfred Hitchcock, 1928)
Watchtower Over Tomorrow (Alfred Hitchcock, John Cromwell, Harold F. Kress, Elia Kazan, 1945)
Number 13 (Alfred Hitchcock, 1922)
The Mountain Eagle (Alfred Hitchcock, 1926)
Miss Congeniality (Donald Petrie, 2000)
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Dangerous (John Pasquin, 2005)
Absolute Power (Clint Eastwood, 1997)
Venom (Ruben Fleischer, 2018)
Year of the Dragon (Michael Cimino, 1985)
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (Michael Cimino, 1974)
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (Morgan Neville, 2018)
The Manxman (Alfred Hitchcock, 1929)
So Your Wife Wants to Work (Richard L. Bare, 1956)
Tabasco Road (Robert McKimson, 1957)
The FBI Story (Mervyn LeRoy, 1959)
Things We Can Do Without (Dave O’Brien, 1953)
Little Johnny Jet (Tex Avery, 1953)
Pest Control (Dave O’Brien, 1950)
Batty Baseball (Tex Avery, 1944)
The Stratton Story (Sam Wood, 1949)
The Cheyenne Social Club (Gene Kelly, 1970)
A Day at the Races (Sam Wood, 1937)
Aquaman (James Wan, 2018)
At the Circus (Edward Buzzell, 1939)
The Spirit of Charles Lindbergh (Orson Welles, 1984)
F for Fake Trailer (Orson Welles, 1976)
Vienna (Orson Welles, 1968)
The Fountain of Youth (Orson Welles, 1958)
The Hearts of Age (Orson Welles and William Vance, 1934)
Go West (Edward Buzzell, 1940)
The Big Store (Charles Reisner, 1941)
Gambit (Ronald Neame, 1966)
$ (Richard Brooks, 1971)
The Bank Dick (Edward F. Cline, 1940)
Twelve O’Clock High (Henry King, 1949)
Arabesque (Stanley Donen, 1966)
Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (Edward F. Cline, 1941)
A Simple Favor (Paul Feig, 2018)
Escape Plan (Mikael Hafstrom, 2013)
He Who Gets Slapped (Victor Sjostrom, 1924)
Too Many Highballs (Clyde Bruckman, 1933)
The Boy with Green Hair (Joseph Losey, 1948)
Laugh, Clown, Laugh (Herbert Brenon, 1928)
Blue Planet (Ben Burtt, 1990)
Roma (Alfonso Cuaron, 2018)
Black Mirror: Hang the DJ (Tim Van Patten, 2017)
Black Mirror: Metalhead (David Slade, 2017)
Black Mirror: Black Museum (Colm McCarthy, 2017)
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (David Slade, 2018)
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman, 2018)
Front Page Woman (Michael Curtiz, 1935)