Films & Other Videos
Films with: Dreyer, Carl Theodor
- Carl Theodor Dreyer special edition box set /
- Day of wrath: Anna, the young wife of a much older paster, falls in love with her stepson. Also stars, Sigrid Neiiendan ; director of photography, Karl Andersson. Based on the novel "Anne Pedersdotter" by Hans Wiers-Jenssens. Ordet: A farmers family is torn apart by faith, sanctity, and love. A challenge to simple facts and dogmatic orthodoxy. Also stars, Preben Lerdoff Rye, Cay Kristiansen ; director of photography, Henning Bendtsen, John Carlsen, Erik Wittrup Willumsen ; music, Poul Schierbeck. From the play by Kaj Munk. Gertrud: A woman leaves her unfulfilling marriage and embarks on a search for ideal love - but neither a passionate affair nor the return to an old romance can provide the answer she seeks. Also stars, Ebbe Rode, Baard Owe ; director of photography, Henning Bendtsen ; music, Jørgen Jersild ; costume designer, Berit Nykjær ; production designer, Kai Rasch. Adapted from a play by Hjalmar Söderberg. Carl Th. Dreyer, my metier: An elegant documentary of Carl Th. Dreyer that is a collage of memories and reflection of one of cinema's greatest directors. Director of photography, Harald Paalgard ; editor, Ghita Beckendorff ; music, Anders Koppel.
- DVD 1572
- Medea seeks vengeance against Jason after he betrays her in a search for the golden fleece.
- DVD 4236
- Parson's widow
- An aged parson's widow, who has already buried three earlier husbands, asserts her right to marry the new parson in order to keep her home, but Sofren Aldo brings his fiancee Mari to the parish, claiming that she is his sister.
- DVD 3098
- Passion de Jeanne D'Arc The passion of Joan of Arc /
- Dramatization of the life of Joan of Arc centering on her trial and execution.
- DVD 38
- "With Vampyr, Danish filmmaker Carl Theodor Dreyser's brilliance of achieving mesmerizing atmosphere and austere, profoundly unsettling imagery was for once applied to the horror genre. Yet the result--concerning an occult student assailed by various supernatural haunts and local evildoers in a village outside Paris--is nearly unclassifiable, a host of stunning camera and editing tricks and densely layered sounds creating a mood of dreamlike terror. With its rolling fogs, ominous scythes, and foreboding echoes, Vampyr is one of cinema's great nightmares."--Container.
- DVD 663