Art House films are critically-acclaimed movies that don't necessarily cause a stampede at the box-office. These so-called 'minor' works are generally seen only at Film Festivals or a few selective theatres, but they stay in the mind, for better or worse. Below is a list of films in Alice's Collection that for one unexplained reason or another, generally didn't quite get the exposure they may have deserved when originally released. Enjoy finding many of cinema's 'gems' in this section. Right: Peter Greenaway's 'The Baby Of Macon'.
Mickey Rourke and Faye Dunaway are superb in this film, based on Charles Bukowski's writings, which offers insight into the world of the alcoholic, wh... Read more
Jeffrey Wright is mesmerising in this true story as Jean-Michel Basquiat, a poor Haitian-American graffiti artist who rapidly ascends New York's raref... Read more
Derived from the Gate Theatre Dublin's performances, this acclaimed 'Beckett on Film' project brings together a collection of films from the distingui... Read more
From indie director Andrew Bujalski ('Funny Ha Ha', 'Mutual Appreciation'), 'Beeswax' revolves around the personal and professional entanglements of t... Read more
1976: A timid sound engineer (Toby Jones) arrives in Italy to work on a mysterious horror film ("The Equestrian Vortex"), mixing bloodcurdling screams... Read more