The selection showcases heritage cinema, rediscovered films, restored prints and theatrical, television or DVD releases of great works of the past:

Films
1. A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage dans la lune) by Georges Méliès (France, 1902, 16′)
2. Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick (USA, 1971, 137′)
3. The Machine to Kill Bad People (La Macchina Ammazzacattivi) by Roberto Rossellini (Italy, 1952, 80′)
4. A Bronx Tale by Robert De Niro (USA, 1993, 121′)
5. The Conformist (Il Conformista) by Bernardo Bertolucci (Italy, 1970, 118′)
6. Sugar Cane Alley (Rue Cases Négres) by Euzhan Palcy (France, 1983, 106′)
7. Puzzle of a Downfall Child by Jerry Schatzberg (USA, 1970, 105′)
8. The Law of the Border (Hudutlarin Kanunu) by Lufti O. Akad (Turkey, 1966, 74′)
9. No Man’s Land (Niemandsland) by Victor Trivas (Germany, 1931, 81′)
10. The Children of Paradise (Les Enfants du paradis) by Marcel Carné (France, 1945, 190′)
11. Despair by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (Germany, 1978, 115′)
12. The Savage (Le Sauvage) by Jean-Paul Rappeneau (France, 1975, 106′)
13. Chronicle of a Summer (Chronique d’un été) by Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin (France, 1966, 91′)
14. The Assassin (L’Assassino) by Elio Petri (Italy, 1961, 100′)

Documentaries
The Look by Angelica Maccarone (Germany / France, 2011, 95′)
Corman’s World: Exploits Of A Hollywood Rebel by Alex Stapleton (USA, 2011, 125′)
Belmondo … Itineraire by Vincent Perrot and Jeff Domenech (France, 2011, 86′)
Kurosawa’s Way (Kurosawa, la Voie) by Catherine Cadou (France, 2011, 52′)
Once Upon a Time … A Clockwork Orange (Il était une fois… Orange mécanique) by Antoine de Gaudemar and Michel Ciment (France, 2011, 52′)