A list of movies and videos.  Some will be obvious for the car buffs but for those just getting into the market, we hope you'll find these recommendations enjoyable.

  • auto-history.tv 
    auto-history.tv is a division of Universal Motoring History Ltd, a company which is based in Norfolk, England and which specialises in the preservation and distribution of motoring history films, photographs and related products which cover motoring, motoring history and motor racing in all its forms. The company's key personnel have more than 20 years experience of motor related filmmaking, publishing and product distribution.

  • Bullitt
    Frank Bullitt is selected by Chalmers, a politician with ambition, to guard a Mafia informant. Bullitt's friend is shot and the witness is left at death's door by two hit men who seem to know exactly where the the witness was hiding. Bullitt begins a search for both the killer and the leak, but he must keep the witness alive long enough to make sure the killers return. Chalmers has no interest in the injured policeman or the killers, only in the hearings that will catapult him into the public eye and wants to shut down Bullitt's investigation. 

 

  • Enzo Ferrari
    A film by Carlo Carlei. Starring Sergio Castellitto as Enzo Ferrari. This is the story of the man who created the greatest automobile empire in history, from poverty to riches, through passion, ruthlessness and brutal character. We meet Ferrari as an old man, disturbed by memories of the past and by all the things he lost on his way to success. We see him still tormented and hounded by journalists and paparazzi who, from the start would never leave him in peace. One journalist stands out. Someone who seems to know even the darkest secrets of his past and who is determined to get the final and most intimate interview at all costs. Ferrari succumbs to his incessant demands. Through this interview Ferrari’s life unfolds, as he recounts his early love of racing, the difficult relationship with his father and older brother, his closeness to his mother, and the death of another brother during the war. And he tells of his overbearing dream from a young age to build the fastest, most prestigious and unbeatable racing car of all time. But as the journalist delves deeper into Ferrari’s innermost thoughts, we understand the real price he had to pay for this dream. Continuing on this turbulent ride, the mystery unfolds. There is no journalist confronting him. This is his own conscience that he is facing; that he must contend with before he can make peace with himself. And we fully understand that this has been his greatest battle and the most important victory of his life. 

 

  • Gone in 60 Seconds
    Car theft in Long Beach went down 47% when Randall "Memphis" Raines walked away from the life. He gets dragged back into it by assuming the job his brother Kip screwed up for stolen-car broker Raymond Calitri: steal 50 exotic cars and have them on a container ship by 8 AM Friday morning, and he got this news on a Monday. With Calitri threatening to kill him and Kip, and the police GRAB unit breathing down his neck, Memphis reassembles his old crew and attempts to pull off the logistically impossible.

 

  • Gran Prix
    Nine races. One champion. James Garner, Yves Montand, Brian Bedford and Antonio Sabato portray Formula I drivers competing to be the best in this slam-you-into-the-driver's seat tale of speed, spectacle and intertwined personal lives. Eva Marie Saint and Toshiro Mifune also star. John Frankenheimer (who 32 years later would again stomp the pedal to the metal for the car chases of Ronin) directs this winner of 3 Academy Awards?,* crafting split-screen images to capture the overlapping drama and orchestrating you-are-there POV camerawork to intensify the hard-driving thrills. Nearly 30 top drivers take part in the excitement, so buckle up, movie fans. Race with the best to the head of the pack.

 

  • Rendezvous
    This is possibly the greatest nine minutes ever captured on film! Climb aboard with Claude lelouch as he roars through Paris in the early morning at incredible speed! 

 

  • Ronin
    Ronin is the Japanese word used for Samurai without a master. In this case, the Ronin are outcast specialists of every kind, whose services are available to everyone - for money. Dierdre (undoubtedly from Ireland) hires several Ronin to form a team in order to retrieve an important suitcase from a man who is about to sell it to the Russians. After the mission has been completed successfully, the suitcase immediately gets switched by a member of the team who seems to work into his own pocket. The complex net of everyone tricking everyone begins to surface slowly, and deadly...