Variety Lights (1950) - (The Criterion Collection - #81) [DVD5] 
A Film By Alberto Lattuada & Federico Fellini
1 Full Original Single-Layer DVD Image (.ISO): 4.25 GB | Complete Scans HQ PDF: 18.5 MB | 100 Mb RARs | MU Classic/Art-House | 1.33:1 | Black and White | Italian Dolby Digital 2.0 | English Subtitles | 97 min
A beautiful ingenue joins a tawdry music hall troupe and quickly becomes its feature attraction in Federico Fellini’s stunning debut film (directed in collaboration with neorealist filmmaker Alberto Lattuada). Featuring Giulietta Masina, Fellini’s wife and frequent leading lady, Variety Lights introduces the director’s affection for the carnivalesque characters that frequent the cinematic landscape of such classics as Nights of Cabiria, La strada, and La dolce vita.
Orson Welles – Falstaff / Chimes at Midnight / Campanadas a medianoche (1965)
Rip from the remastered and restored 2005 Studio Canal DVD9 (now indisponible)
DVDrip | English | Subtitles (optional): EN, FR, ES, PT, PT-BR | AVI | H264 | 1:51:31
720x432 | ratio: 1.66:1 | PAL 25fps | Audio: MP3 160kbps | 1.54 GB | RS
Genre: Art House | Classics
The legendary Shakespearean character Sir John Falstaff, the notoriously drunken, obese, and yet charming companion of the young Henry V, steps up from supporting character in several plays to the central focus of Orson Welles' Chimes at Midnight, considered by many critics the best of the director's acclaimed Shakespeare films. Welles held this film in high regard and considered it along with The Trial his best work. As he remarked in 1982: "If I wanted to get into heaven on the basis of one movie, that's the one I'd offer up." Many critics, including Peter Bogdanovich and Jonathan Rosenbaum, also consider it Welles's finest work.
Note on the Studio Canal edition: Probably due to an endless legal war over the rights of the film, Falstaff (Chimes at Midnight) has been rarely seen and exists today as bootleg or as poor quality DVD transfers. However, the film obviously underwent a complete restoration prior to 2005 and was released in France in a pristine DVD by Studio Canal. Sadly, this edition was quickly taken off the market soon after its release.
Stalker (Сталкер) - Andrei Tarkovsky (1979)
DVDRIP | part 1: 63 min + part 2: 93 min | MKV-x264 720x544 | 25 fps | AC3 96 kb/s | 744 MB + 1.07 GB Language: Russian
Optional subtitles embedded in the mkv file: English - French - German - Spanish - Italian - Portuguese - Japanese - Chinese - Arabic
Genre: "Visual, spiritual and philosophical masterpiece" | Drama | Fantasy | Mystery | Sci-Fi
ON CONNAIT LA CHANSON (Alain Resnais, 1997)
A Film by Alain Resnais
DVD9 | Art-House | 1.85:1 | Color | French and Italian version | English, German, French subtitles | 120 min.
Full Original Dual-Layer DVD Image (.ISO) | 7GB | 200MB RARs | RS
At an age when one might expect a darker, more abstract work, Resnais' recent SAME OLD SONG is one of his lighter, most direct films, bittersweet to be sure, but accessible, charming, and wise. He dedicates the film to the late Dennis Potter (The Singing Detective), and adopts Potter's wildly original technique of using excerpts from pop music recordings on the soundtrack, with the characters on the screen lip-synching the lyrics which are woven into the dialogue to comment on their thoughts at various key moments. But where Potter used this technique in the context of black, scathing satire, Resnais is in a gentler mood, using the song lyrics to underscore some of his themes expressed in the multiple relationships in the film. Potter's songs, too, are generally old standards which are known to - and have resonance for - English speaking audiences. Resnais uses songs that one assumes are similarly familiar to French-speaking audiences, but will likely be less associative for others.
Auguszta etet (Augusta Feeds Her Child) (1985)
Language: None | Country: Hungary | 4 mins | DivX | 52.5Mb | 704x480 | PAL | VHS-Rip | Video Rate: 1500 kbps | Audio MP3 (128 kb/s) Genre: Animation Short
In "Augusta Feeds Her Child" by Csaba Varga of Hungary, Augusta tries to pacify her crying infant by feeding it a nutritious meal. The child eats all that is asked of it, and then some! The animation combines clay characters and real food in a gloriously stomach churning mess.
Concrete Canvas - Sakhile Gumbi (2009)
English | 7 mins | DivX | 86.2Mb| 720x576 | PAL | DVD-Rip | Video Rate: 1500 kbps | Audio MP3 (128 kb/s) Genre: Short-film
Concrete Canvas was created for a competition run by the Architects Collective and sponsored by the Cement Institute of South Africa by a group of third and fourth year multi-media and architecture students at the University of Johannesburg. The film was selected as one of the 6 winners.
DVDRip | AVI | 720x576 25.00fps | Translate don't neede | DivX 1500 kbps | MP3 ~128.00 kbps | 1.91 GB Art - House, Surrealism, Art, Short movies
In 1989, artists Maxim Isaev, Pavel Semchenko and Vadim Vasilyev created a group called "AXE". Group from the outset declared itself free from the framework of genre and styles. The Group, continuing to paint, make movies, take part in the opening days, and most importantly create courtyards, galleries, the staircases and in the workshops of the unique action-performance close to the rituals and initiations that brought the "AXE" fame and recognition of the artistic community of St. Petersburg and Moscow. In 1999, the group returned Jan Tumin, an actress from the early films, "AXE", and from about this time, the staff takes a constant composition and calls himself a Russian Engineering Theater "AXE".
THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS (2001) - (The Criterion Collection - #157) [DVD9+DVD5] 
A Film By Wes Anderson
2 Original DVD Images (.ISO) Disc 1 = 6.47 GB, Disc 2: 3.74 GB | Complete Scans HQ PDF: 34.7 MB | 100 Mb RARs | RS Art House | 2.35:1 | Color | English Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1 | English Subtitles | 110 min
Royal Tenenbaum (Gene Hackman) and his wife Etheline (Anjelica Huston) had three children—Chas, Margot, and Richie—and then they separated. Chas (Ben Stiller) started buying real estate in his early teens and seemed to have an almost preternatural understanding of international finance. Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow) was a playwright and received a Braverman Grant of $50,000 in the ninth grade. Richie (Luke Wilson) was a junior champion tennis player and won the U.S. Nationals three years in a row. Virtually all memory of the brilliance of the young Tenenbaums was subsequently erased by two decades of betrayal, failure, and disaster. The Criterion Collection is proud to present Wes Anderson’s hilarious, touching, and brilliantly stylized study of melancholy and redemption.