Best Documentary Movies of 1929


Sound Test for Blackmail

7.1/10 IMDB

The short sequence, photographed by Jack E Cox, has Hitchcock trying his best to embarrass the film's Czech lead Anny Ondra, who ends up giggling and turning her back to the camera...

Starring: Alfred Hitchcock, Anny Ondra ..
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Release date: 1929-01-01
Best Documentary Movies of 1929 : Skyscraper Symphony

Skyscraper Symphony

5.9/10 IMDB

A montage of the skyscrapers of Manhattan opens with a succession of stationary views of the upper portions of numerous buildings. This is followed by a wide variety of fluid shots, which also begin to show more and more of the surrounding city, in addition to the skyscrapers themselves.

Directed by: Robert Florey
Release date: 1929-04-30


0.0/10 IMDB

An ironic look at what it is like to be beautiful for a woman (and handsome for a few men) in the Paris of the late twenties.

Starring: Geneviève Cargese, Nilda Duclos, Manuel Raaby ..
Directed by: René Le Hénaff
Release date: 1929-01-01

From Valencia to Granada

0.0/10 IMDB

One of the Fitzpatrick traveltalks, this film begins in Valencia. We travel down the Spanish coast, visiting the people who live in caves. We end up in Granda, visiting the Alhambra and several other locations.

Release date: 1929-09-21

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