Three arnas Bartas' Masterworks:
1. PRAEJUSIOS DIENOS ATMINIMUI (1990)
2. TRYS DIENOS (1991)
3. KORIDORIUS (1994)
Prajusios dienos atminimui (1990) aka "In Memory of the Day Passed By"
Director and writer: arnas Bartas - Lithuania - 1990 - b/w
DVDRIP | 39 min | MKV-x264 720x544 | 25 fps | AC3 224 kb/s | 510 MB Language: No dialog | No subs needed | Genre: Arthouse - Experimental documentary - Short
Trys dienos (1991) aka "Three Days"
Director and writer: arnas Bartas - Lithuania - 1991 - color
DVDRIP | 76 min | MKV-x264 720x544 | 25 fps | AC3 224 kb/s | 1.03 GB Language: Lithuanian | English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch subs embedded in the mkv file | Genre: Arthouse - Experimental - Drama
Koridorius (1994) aka "The Corridor"
Director and writer: arnas Bartas - Lithuania - 1994 - b/w
DVDRIP | 77 min | MKV-x264 720x544 | 25 fps | AC3 224 kb/s | 952 MB Language: No dialog | No subs needed | Genre: Arthouse - Experimental - Drama
Colorfield Variations is a collection of audio/visual works reinterpreting the Color Field movement by an international array of critically acclaimed sound and new media artists and assembled by curator and sound artist Richard Chartier. Colorfield Field painting, sometimes referred to as "chromatic abstraction" emerged as a new direction in American painting in the 1950s, and is characterized by canvases painted primarily with stripes, washes and fields
This program in its original form with special live audio/visual performances by Ernest Edmonds + Mark Fell and Sawako at the Corcoran Gallery of Art was commissioned by Washington Project for the Arts as part of the citywide ColorField.Remix events which took place in April-June 2007 in Washington, DC, celebrating The Washington Color School. Since its creation, Colorfield Variations continues to be screened internationally.
The Magic Sun (Sun Ra and & His Solar Arkestra)
17min | XviD 1720 Kbps | 720 480 | MP3 VBR 128kbps | 210 MB Documentary/Jazz
In the mid '60s Phil Niblock made this experimental film with the Arkestra, very close-up and all in negative - leaving interesting mostly abstract shapes flickering and shifting. The music by the New York Sun Ra Arkestra of the time (now in 5.1 surround) is great, classic mid 60's Ra. (RecRec)
Philip Glass Satyagraha (1983)
168 mins | MKV/AVC1 2640 Kbps | 698 568 | MP4a 48000 HZ | Sanskrit (English, French, German optional Subtitles) | 1.56 GB Art-House / Musical
Satyagraha is an opera in three acts for orchestra, chorus and soloists, composed by Philip Glass, with a libretto by Glass and Constance de Jong. The opera is loosely based on the life of Mohandas K. Gandhi, and is the second part of Glass's "Portrait Trilogy" of operas about men who changed the world, which also includes Einstein on the Beach and Akhnaten. Philip Glass's style can broadly be described as minimalist, but the music in Satyagraha is somewhat more expansive than is implied by that label. The cast of the opera includes 2 sopranos, 2 mezzo-sopranos, 2 tenors, a baritone and 2 basses and a large SATB chorus. The orchestra is strings and woodwinds only, no brass or percussion.
The title of the opera refers to Gandhi's concept of non-violent resistance to injustice, Satyagraha, and the text, from the Bhagavad Gita, is sung in the original Sanskrit. In performance, translation is usually provided in supertitles. As the passages are generally repeated, the DVD provides the full text at the beginning of each scene.
TOKYO DRIFTER (1966) - (The Criterion Collection - #39) [DVD5]
A Film by Seijun Suzuki
Art-House | 2.35:1 | Color | Japanese Dolby Digital 1.0 | English Subtitles | 83 min.
Full Original Single-Layer DVD Image (.ISO) + HQ PDF Scans & Booklet = 4.57 GBs | 1GB RARs | MU
In this free-jazz gangster film, reformed killer “Phoenix” Tetsu drifts around Japan, awaiting his own execution, until he’s called back to Tokyo to help battle a rival gang. Seijun Suzuki’s “barrage of aestheticised violence, visual gags, [and] mind-warping color effects” got him in more trouble with Nikkatsu studio heads, who had ordered him to “play it straight this time.” Instead he gave them equal parts Russ Meyer, Samuel Fuller, and Nagisa Oshima. Criterion presents the DVD premiere of Tokyo Drifter in a lush color transfer from the original, glorious Nikkatsu-scope master.
Stephen Dwoskin - Short movies collection (1968-2003)
DVDRip | AVI | 640x480 25.00fps | English | DivX 1500 kbps | MP3 ~128.00 kbps | 1.57 MB Art - House, Avantgard, Video-Art
The main theme in the work of British director Stephen Dwoskin - this pain, pain, physical and moral, pain, suffering and pain-pleasure. The pain of Stephen Dwoskin not an abstract concept: a nine-year child he ill with polio and was permanently crippled. But confined to a wheelchair Dwoskin nevertheless became one of the greatest figures of world kinoandegraunda. His friend and colleague Jonas Mekas (together they began in the late 50's in New York) wrote in one of his articles: "Art Dvoskin owes much to his physical injuries, namely to overcome them was his inspiration."
[DVD9] A Snake of June (2002) - (Japanese DVD)
A Film by Shinya Tsukamoto
Art-House | 1.33:1 | Color | Japanese Dolby Digital 5.1 / DTS 5.1 | English, Japanese Subtitles | 77 min.
Full Original Dual-Layer DVD Image (.ISO) + HQ PDF Scans = 5.07 GBs | 100MB RARs | MU
Rinko falls prey to the forces of nature that release "A Snake of June" on one fateful day. A voyeur who peeks into her home and takes photos of her making love to herself takes advantage of the situation and forces her to engage in obscene activities with him. However, unexpectedly the tables turn in advantage to the at first helpless female protagonist.
[DVD9] Gemini (1999) - (Japanese DVD)
A Film by Shinya Tsukamoto
Art-House | 1.78:1 | Color | Japanese Dolby Digital 2.0 | English, Japanese Subtitles | 84 min.
Full Original Dual-Layer DVD Image (.ISO) + HQ PDF Scans = 7.98 GBs | 200MB RARs | MU
From Tetsuo: The Iron Man to Tokyo Fist, Japanese cult director Tsukamoto Shinya has built his career on subverting and shocking through grotesque subject matters, graphic images, and over-the-top violence. His films take viewers on lush, surreal journeys to the root of human nature, however ugly and disturbing that may be. Based on an Edogawa Rampo story, his 1999 film Gemini, a.k.a. Soseji, considered by some to be the director's best work, departs from the modern industrial landscape of his previous films for a late Meiji period setting. The film stars Motoko Masahiro (The Bird People in China) in dual roles, caught in a fatalistic battle with inner and outer demons.
Country doctor Yukio (Motoki Masahiro) couldn't ask for much more from life. Well respected in the community, he has a flourishing practice and a beautiful wife (Ryo), albeit one who can't remember her past. Yukio prefers to associate with the upper class, and his disdain for the less fortunate causes him to turn away from those in need. But soon his storybook life begins to fall apart, with the murder of his parents and the appearance of a dangerous man who looks exactly like him and is intent on taking over his life.
CRIES AND WHISPERS (1972) - (The Criterion Collection - #101) [DVD9] 
A Film By Ingmar Bergman
1 Full Original Dual-Layer DVD Image (.ISO): 7.73 GB | Complete Scans HQ PDF: 19.6 MB | 100 Mb RARs | RS Classic/Art House | 1.66:1 | Color | Swedish/English Dolby Digital Mono | English Subtitles | 91 min
Legendary director Ingmar Bergman creates a testament to the strength of the soul—and a film of absolute power. Karin and Maria come to the aid of their dying sister, Agnes, but jealousy, manipulation, and selfishness come before empathy. Agnes, tortured by cancer, transcends the pettiness of her sisters’ concerns to remember moments of being—moments that Bergman, with the help of Academy Award–winning cinematographer Sven Nykvist, translates into pictures of staggering beauty and unfathomable horror.