Guard Along the Drina

Guard Along the Drina 1942

A compilation of week journals made for Nazi-puppet regime in Croatia during WW II which show the warfare of Ustasha forces against Yugoslav partisans and Chetniks in eastern Bosnia.

Struggling

Struggling 1932

A Chinese couple in the 1930s struggle to survive. Things get complicated for them when he enlists to fight the war against Japan.

Persecution

Persecution 1982

Two partisans, a man and a woman, try to escape a Nazi manhunt in the infernal landscape of WW2 Vojvodina.

Farewell Rabaul

Farewell Rabaul 1954

This is a film about a Naval Air Corps Director who hates the war. Director Honda uses this film to ask the question "What is war?", showing the human bonds between Japan and America, Japanese military tactics which had little regard for life, and the attitude of Japanese military personnel who treated their actions as if they were just doing a job. This film contains few battle scenes, concentrating instead on the love stories of young officers and female members of the community in this lonely air base.

Combat Fatigue Irritability

Combat Fatigue Irritability 1945

A WWII military training film in which a Navy officer is being treated for combat fatigue after his ship was torpedoed and sunk. The narrative explores the way his combat fatigue has affected him and proper treatment to help him recover.

Flowers of Evil

Flowers of Evil 2017

"duelluim" from "fleur du mal" by Charles Baudelaire read by Steve Kusaba from the film ' Life Cycle of the Proletariat. Charles Pierre Baudelaire is credited with coining the term "modernity" (modernité) to designate the fleeting, ephemeral experience of life, and the responsibility art has to capture that experience.

Εσχάτη Προδοσία

Εσχάτη Προδοσία 1971

An officer in his secret mission to India is injured by foreign agents. He returns to Greece but must be considered dead by his wife for the needs of the service, since he must discover who betrays the state secrets.

Unsolved Mysteries Of The Second World War - The Enigma Of Swastika / The Eagle And The Swastika

Unsolved Mysteries Of The Second World War - The Enigma Of Swastika / The Eagle And The Swastika 2005

The Enigma of the Swastika - What are the origins of this dreaded symbol of National Socialism? How did the Swastika evolve from a Buddhist sign of good fortune to the Nazi emblem which would strike terror into the hearts of millions? Research traces the history of the Swastika through a network of shadowy occultist groups to the secretive Thule Society and Hitler's infant Nazi Party. The Eagle and the Swastika - Four days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, Adolf Hitler declared war on America. This was the only declaration of war he ever issued

Conscience

Conscience 1968

“It is simply a fortunate coincidence that this film survived years of censorship during the Soviet ’60s and was finally released at the end of the ’80s. The director made it together with his students, and this cover of being a film school project made the entire production possible. The film presents the horror of war as an existential drama, which radically differs from the traditional Soviet approach, in which war is presented almost exclusively through the prism of patriotic pathos.” –Sergei Loznitsa