FILMJean Renoir, 1937, 103’
During WWI, two French soldiers are captured and imprisoned in a German P.O.W. camp. Several escape attempts follow until they are eventually sent to a seemingly inescapable fortress.
FILMPaul Schuitema, 1937, 14’
Short film of traffic flows across the Maas bridges in Rotterdam.
“While Ivens has elaborated on the movement of objects, I have made an attempt to study the movement of people.”
FILMCharles Dekeukeleire, 1937, 74’
Based on a theme by Flemish playwright Herman Teirlinck, The Evil Eye is a story of a peasant village haunted by a villager rejected by society now returned to take his revenge and find his beloved.
FILMErnst Moerman, 1937, 17’
“Everything is light-hearted and lovely in this film, with intertitles few in number but nevertheless worthy of Tzara or Breton”