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'The Mystery of Picasso" (1956) Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot, with Pablo Picasso and Claude Renoir. A fantastic documentary which shows artist Pablo Picasso at work. The filmmakers use a rear screen system that shows the paintings and drawings of Picasso coming to life in full view. This is a must for all who are interested in art.

"Secret Honor" (1984) Directed by Robert Altman, with Philip Baker Hall. Filmed at the University of Michigan using students and professionals, this one-actor film, directed by Robert Altman, presents an idea of what went on in the mind of President Richard Nixon during his last night in the White House. Philip Baker Hall gives a fantastic performance.

"Rocketship X-M" (1950) Directed by Kurt Neumann, with Lloyd Bridges and Osa Massen. Human beings first trip to the Moon encounters difficulties when problems aboard the rocketship cause them to take a wrong turn which lands them on Mars. This is a wonderfully naive science fiction film which shows us how far we've come in terms of knowledge about space exploration.