Operation Welcome Home

Operation Welcome Home 1991

An original documentary, this film contains previously classified footage provided by the Defense Department. Included is an exclusive on-camera "host" appearance by General Colin Powell, actual archival and pictorial footage, interviews, narrative with celebrities and key military personnel and the returning home after Desert Storm.

Patrol in the East

Patrol in the East 1971

A patrol of the National Liberation Army must convoy a French soldier taken prisoner to the Tunisian border.

Army of the Sun

Army of the Sun 1973

This documentary tries to capture the fresh sense of triumph in the eyes of the Egyptian soldiers after the 1973 war with Israel.

Nahla

Nahla 1979

Farouk Beloufa's only directorial endeavor follows the life of a group of leftist friends in West Beirut in the early 1970s. Coupled with its exploration of war through photography and cinematography, Nahla is a love story starring the glamorous Yasmine Khlat and featuring a soundtrack composed by Ziad Rahbani.

Lynx

Lynx 1982

Set during the German occupation of Poland during WWII. A priest in a small village meets a revolutionary who is on an assignment to kill a supposed Nazi collaborator.

On The Docks

On The Docks 1972

Adaptation of a lesser known to Western world, yet wildly popular Peking Opera developed during the Cultural Revolution under the leadership of Jiang Qing.

Haven't I Told You

Haven't I Told You 1984

Based on real events in Macedonia during the Ottoman era. The plot revolves around a number of Macedonian revolutionaries battling against a large Ottoman-Turkish Army.

A Shot

A Shot 1972

Youth, which courage is always without prejudice, in Skopje in time of Bulgarian occupation in WW2, desire freedom for the people, resolves to several actions, including the biggest, to assassinate the police chief Emanuel Machkov...

Requiem

Requiem 1970

An American commando officer, in search of his father's killers, becomes part of a plot to capture a trainload of gold bullion destined to finance the Nazi cause. What begins as mission impossible explodes into a battle to rock the Balkans.

Raiders of the Golden Triangle

Raiders of the Golden Triangle 1985

The Thai government sends a man in undercover to a guerrilla compound to bring down Thailand's biggest drug lord, who supplies opium to most of the world.

Destinies

Destinies 1978

A speechless war poem set in a remote village. The farmers struck by war turn into fighters.

The Red Horse

The Red Horse 1983

A joint fight of Macedonian and Greek people against the fascist monarchical government of Greece ended with their defeat in 1949, after many years of bloodshed. Many members of the democratic party DAG, as well as the innocent inhabitants experienced the destiny of political exile.

Hideouts

Hideouts 1986

In this well-photographed and sometimes confusing wartime drama, an Austrian village experiences the tragedy of war on several different levels. Within one family, the younger son is jealous of the praise his father gives to a Polish POW who is working for them under very difficult conditions. Within the village as a whole, the French, Polish, and Russian POWs are kept under guard by Nazi soldiers, creating a tense situation all around. But more importantly, the village has conspired to hide an Austrian deserter in a cave up in the mountains. This act of rebellion on the part of the deserter and the village hangs in a precarious balance that could be upset by a single traitorous comment to the Gestapo.