Most Popular Feature Films/TV Series Released 1911-01-01 to 1911-12-31
1. Dante's Inferno (1911)
68 min | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
Loosely adapted from Dante's Divine Comedy and inspired by the illustrations of Gustav Doré the original silent film has been restored and has a new score by Tangerine Dream.
2. Oborona Sevastopolya (1911)
100 min | History, War
First film ever that was shot by two cameras. Set in 1854-1855, in Sevastopol and Yalta during the Crimean War. Admirals Kornilov (Mozzhukhin) and Nakhimov (Gromov) organize the defense ... See full summary »
3. Den sorte drøm (1911)
53 min | Drama
Two men of high rank are both wooing the beautiful and famous equestrian acrobat Stella. While Stella ignores the jeweler Hirsch, she accepts Count von Waldberg's offer to follow her home, ... See full summary »
4. The Battle of Trafalgar (1911)
51 min | War
We show Lord Nelson leaving the admiralty room where he makes his famous speech and then introduce him with his captains giving the details of that wonderful plan of attack which was ... See full summary »
5. Karadjordje (1911)
80 min | Drama, War
This is the oldest found dramatic film from Serbia made in 1911. "Karadjordje" is a biography of a famed leader of a rebellion against the Turkish empire in 1804. We can see his whole life ... See full summary »
10. Hamlet (1911)
Hamlet suspects his uncle has murdered his father to claim the throne of Denmark and the hand of Hamlet's mother, but the prince cannot decide whether or not he should take vengeance.
11. Dzieje grzechu (1911)
The teenage girl is first seen confessing and warned about having any impure thoughts or feelings. Her family has boarders and one day a young man moves in and they fall in love.
18. Anna Karenina (1911)
Countess Anna Karenina is torn between her lover Vronsky, and her husband, Count Karenin. Anna's love to Vronsky causes her much pain and social pressure. Her passion to Vronsky drives Anna... See full summary »
26. Arrah-Na-Pogue (1911)
(Reel 1) Beamish McCoul joined the Irish insurrection and had become a leader in the movement when he was arrested and placed in Wicklow Jail. His property was confiscated by the ... See full summary »
31. As in a Looking Glass (I) (1911)
A father's drinking leads him to neglect his family. His young son emulates his father's actions when playing with his friends. The father sees his vices reflected in the child's play and resolves to change his ways.