La Sept Movie Trailers

Most Popular La Sept Trailers

Total trailers found: 22

The Baby of Mâcon Trailer (1993)

01 May 1993

A town cursed with barren women and famine is saved by a miracle birth to an old, ugly woman: the Mother.

Landscape in the Mist Trailer (1988)

01 January 1988

Road movie about two children searching for their father who is supposed to live in Germany. Their obsession for this father figure will take them to the boundaries between childhood and adolescence.

Dr. M Trailer (1990)

24 May 1990

In the not-too-distant future Berlin is shocked by a series of spectacular suicides; a policeman's investigations lead him to a beautiful, enigmatic woman and the revelation of a sinister plot to manipulate the population through mass hypnosis.

Les ministères de l'art Trailer (1989)

11 February 1989

Philippe Garrel’s documentary on France’s second wave of masterful filmmakers. Featuring Jean Eustache, Chantal Akerman, André Téchiné, Leos Carax, Jacques Doillon and Benoit Jacquot.

Nina Simone: The Legend Trailer (1992)

13 June 1992

Personal documentary about legendary singer Nina Simone.

Her Mother, the Whore Trailer (2001)

30 May 2001

After Coralie was found dead in a vacant lot, her mother Catherine - who thinks that her daughter was murdered - conducts her own investigation.

The Captive Trailer (1988)

01 January 1988

Two kids travel to a city where silence is kept sacred.

Giovanna d'Arco Trailer (1989)

01 January 1989

Director Werner Herzog, one of the most highly acclaimed German film makers, joins forces with the great Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly to effect a masterful rendition of this rarely-performed opera involving spectacular scenes of alternating light and dark, pageantry and intimacy.

Ce qui me meut Trailer (1986)

30 June 1986

Così fan tutte Trailer (2002)

06 September 2002

Mozart and Da Ponte use the theme of "fiancée swapping", which dates back to the 13th century; notable earlier versions are found in Boccaccio's Decameron and Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.

Abel Ferrara: Not Guilty Trailer (2003)

12 September 2003

Intimate portrait of Abel Ferrara: the result is an eccentric road movie, with the restless film maker as a charming, shabby guide around New York by night.

Wherever You Are... Trailer (1989)

03 May 1989

La Table Tournante Trailer (1988)

21 December 1988

On a winter night, the author of "The King and the Mockingbird" is visited by the cartoon characters he created in his studio.

Lee Miller: Through the Mirror Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995

Biographical documentary of Lee Miller (aka Elizabeth Miller, 1907-1977), her early years in USA under her father's influence, later became a model turned artist and celebrated photographer, including her photojournalism during WWII, and her second marriage to British surrealism painter Roland Penrose postwar.

Histoire(s) du cinéma Trailer (1989)

12 March 1989

Well over a decade in the making, this eight-part, 265-minute video is Jean-Luc Godard's magnum opus, but it's never been widely seen… Daunting, provocative, and very beautiful, this meditative essay looks at the history of the 20th century through cinema and vice versa, mainly through a rich assortment of clips (sometimes superimposing more than one), sound tracks (sometimes paired with visuals from other films), poetic commentary (with plenty of metaphors), and captions.

Berlin-Jerusalem Trailer (1989)

03 February 1989

Two interconnected stories in the 1930s, one set in Berlin, the other in Palestine: Mania Vilbouchevich Shohat (1880-1961), called Tania, a Russian Jew and revolutionary, goes from Minsk to Palestine to live on a collective.

Les Deschiens - LAPIN CHASSEUR Trailer (1989)

07 June 1989

La Controverse de Valladolid Trailer (1992)

01 May 1992

Boris Godounov Trailer (1989)

20 December 1989

Zulawski tackles Modest Mussorgsky’s famous opera about the bloody battle for ascendancy to the throne of Russia in the 17th-century! With a score conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich, Zulawski adds extra layers of devilish meta-textual embellishment by composing the film’s imagery as though we are watching a theater piece of a film crew making a movie about the opera of “Boris Godounov”! As well, the picture is full of delightful anachronisms that mock the then-contemporary Russian government, alongside jabs at other 20th-century dictatorships.

The Complaint of an Empress Trailer (1990)

08 March 1990

This first film by choreographer Pina Bausch reflects her method of working as developed with the Wuppertal Theatre of Dance during the 1973/74 season.

Bird Now Trailer (1988)

20 October 1988

A music documentary about jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker, with Chan Parker, Bill Miles, Dizzy Gillespie, Walter Bishop Jr, Sheila Jordan, George Wein, Bruce Ricker, Earl Coleman, Doris Parker, Roy Haynes, Tommy Potter, Lester Bowie, Jimmy Slyde, Santi Debriano, Henry Threadfill Sextet, Olu Dara, Charles Austin Trio, Paul McIsaac, Jacqui Casto, Steve Ben, Israel, Leroy Williams, Billie Holiday, Ben Webster, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins.

Les patients Trailer (1990)

18 March 1990

The story of the last month of work of a popular generalist doctor of Reims. Just before his retirement.