FREE TARKOVSKY – Watch All 7 of Tarkovsky’s Films For Free Online!

by Red Cell

This is our 200th article! In celebration we bring you a link to all seven of Tarkovsky’s movies for free online!

If you don’t already know who the filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-1986) is, click here. The rest of you rejoice! Open Culture has just put up all seven of Tarkovsky’s highly influential films for streaming online.

From the Open Culture site: Shot between 1962 and 1986, Tarkovsky’s seven feature films often grapple with metaphysical and spiritual themes, using a distinctive cinematic style. Long takes, slow pacing and metaphorical imagery – they all figure into the archetypal Tarkovsky film.

WATCH THEM ALL HERE.

* Ivan’s Childhood (1962)
* Andrei Rublev (1966)
* Solaris (1972)
* The Mirror (1975)
* Stalker (1979)
* Nostalghia (1983)
* The Sacrifice (1985)
Tarkovsky’s last film and winner of the “Grand Prix Spécial du Jury” prize at the Cannes Film festival.
* Voyage in Time (1983): A 63-minute feature documentary that focuses on the travels of Andrei Tarkovsky in Italy.

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7 Comments

  1. k griffiths says:

    Hello, how can I watch his films for free please?
    Thanks.
    K

  2. ANDREA PAOLA says:

    ME ENCANTA EL CINE Y NO HE PODIDO VER PELICULAS DE TARKOVSKY ON LINE YTAMPOCO SE CONSIGUEN FACILMENTE ¿ME PODRÍAN AYUDAR?

  3. Adam Barker says:

    Is there anywhere I can watch these films with English subtitles?
    I don’t want to miss out on such amazing films because of a simple language barrier…

    • Le Saboteur says:

      @Adam Barker: If you click on the link “WATCH THEM ALL HERE” you come to a website with youtube-links. Most of the movies have subtitles, if they don’t show up click on the “CC” on your youtube player

  4. A friend just introduced me to Tarkovsky via Andrei Rublov. It resonated deeply. Wonderful that he took on creating/depicting an exchange that may have occurred between a pagan and Christian…had the courage to take expressing ancient mind-sets.

    If only he set one of his movies during the great plague of 1348.

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