PANORAMA CLASSICS

Panorama Classics provides a rare opportunity to revisit films that have marked the history of cinema.
Newly remastered and restored to modern standard, these masterpieces pay tribute to those who stood up against despotism. Whether through dramatic or comedic delivery, our selection celebrates the quest for freedom and denounces oppression in its many forms.
ADIEU BONAPARTE


In 1978, Napoleon lands his army in Egypt, defeats the Mameluke warlords , and goes to Cairo. Three brothers, fervent Egyptian patriots, reject the prospect of the French domination. Bakr, the eldest, is a hothead, quick to advocate armed reb...
ROME, OPEN CITY
ROMA CITTA APERTA

The war was barely over when Italian director Roberto Rossellini filmed his 1945 masterpiece Rome, Open City, bringing the immediacy of a documentary to the devastating story about the choices people must make...
THE GREAT DICTATOR


In World War One, a nameless Jewish barber is injured fighting for the fictional nation of Tomania. When he finally gets out of the hospital, he is unaware that Adenoid Hynkel has seized absolute power and turned Tomania into an anti-semitic ...