Private Practices: The Story of a Sex Surrogate (1986)
In this groundbreaking cult documentary from 1985, director Kirby Dick (This Film Is Not Yet Rated, Derrida) weaves a fascinating study of the curious role of a sex surrogate in the (then) recently established discipline of sexual therapy.
The Wind in the Willows (2006)
The Wind in the Willows is a 2006 live-action television adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic novel The Wind in the Willows. It was a joint production of the BBC and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and starred Matt Lucas, Bob Hoskins (Badger), Mark Gatiss (Ratty), and Lee Ingleby (Mole), with a cameo appearance from Michael Murphy as the Judge. Rachel Talalay directed. It debuted in Canada on CBC Television on 18 December 2006 in the United Kingdom on BBC1 on 1 January 2007, in the U.S. on PBS's Masterpiece Theatre on 8 April 2007 and in Australia on ABC TV on 23 December 2007. It was filmed on location in Bucharest, Romania.
Simon Sez (1999)
NBA superstar Dennis Rodman is packing heat and looking cool as he takes on the bad guys in this sexy, action-packed adventure, set against the backdrop of the beautiful French Riviera. Interpol agent Simon (Rodman) is working a case against a vicious arms dealer when he runs into Nick (Dane Cook),a CIA flunky attempting to deliver a ransom and bring home his client's daughter. It isn't long before Simon joins Nick in a deadly game of espionage and murder involving the arms dealer, the high-powered fathers of the kidnapped girl and her French boyfriend, and Simon's ex-girlfriend, whose body could be considered a lethal weapon. Filled with awe-inspiring adrenaline-pumping action sequences that pulsate to a hip techno score, SIMON SEZ features Dennis Rodman the way you've never seen him before. He may be playing the good guy, but he's as bad as he's ever been!
Daisy Miller (1974)
Daisy Miller is a 1974 American drama film produced & directed by Peter Bogdanovich, and starring then-girlfriend Cybill Shepherd in the title role. The screenplay by Frederic Raphael is based on the 1878 novella of the same title by Henry James. The lavish period costumes and sets were done by Ferdinando Scarfiotti, Mariolina Bono and John Furniss.
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968)
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave is a 1968 British horror film directed by Freddie Francis for Hammer Films. It stars Christopher Lee as Count Dracula, with support from Rupert Davies, Veronica Carlson, Barry Andrews, Barbara Ewing, Ewan Hooper and Michael Ripper.
This was the fourth entry in Hammer's Dracula series, and the third to feature Christopher Lee as the titular vampire.
The Seven Vampires (1986)
Par amour (2012)
A Gunman Called Dakota (1972)
The Girl from B.I.K.I.N.I. (2007)
The Girl from B.I.K.I.N.I. is a 2007 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray. It is based on the television series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. created by Norman Felton.
Le concerto de la peur (1963)
Las mujeres son cosa de guapos (1981)
Alexander den Store (1917)
Oil Lamps (1971)
Oil Lamps is a 1971 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Juraj Herz. It competed in the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on a novel by Jaroslav Havlíček.
Getting Evidence (1906)
L'erreur boréale (1999)
Legendy peruanskikh indeytsev (1978)
Flower Fairy (1905)
A Miracle Under the Inquisition (1904)
Symphony in Blood Red (2010)
During a session, a psychologist unleashes her mysterious patient's latent madness... Now he's carrying on the therapy by himself! "Symphony in Blood Red" is a new twist on the 'giallo' formula in the tradition of Argento's "Tenebre".
Bugs and Thugs (1954)
Bugs and Thugs is a 1954 animated short film in the Looney Tunes series produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. It features Bugs Bunny with Rocky and Mugsy. The film is a semi-remake of Racketeer Rabbit and was directed by Friz Freleng.
Rector's to Claremont (1904)
God Will Forgive My Pistol (1969)
Chili con carne (1999)
Buenos Aires Rock (1983)
Hur gick det sen? (1995)
The Sheriff of Stone Gulch (1913)
Die Braut (1999)
Baker Boys: Inside the Surge (2010)
Baker Boys: Inside the Surge, is a 2010 four-part documentary series following the soldiers of Baker Company, Task Force 1-15 Infantry, 3d Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, during their deployment in Operation Iraqi Freedom at Combat Outpost Carver during the troop surge of 2007.
Atta Boy (1926)
Atta Boy is a 1926 American silent comedy film directed by Edward H. Griffith and starring Monty Banks, Virginia Bradford and Ernest Wood.
Mágnás Miska (1917)
Miska the Magnate is a 1916 Hungarian silent comedy film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Lili Berky, Victor Varconi and Alajos Mészáros. It was based on a popular stage musical comedy by Károly Bakoni and Andor Gábor. The play was later turned into the 1949 film Mickey Magnate.
Parlons grand-mère (1989)
Parlons Grand-mère is a Senegalese 1989 short documentary film.
My Paparotti (2013)
My Paparotti is a 2013 South Korean film starring Lee Je-hoon and Han Suk-kyu. It focuses on the special relationship between a high school gangster and the music teacher who helps him pursue his dream of becoming a singer like the late tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
Boðberi is a 2010 Icelandic film Drama directed by Hjálmar Einarsson and starring Darri Ingolfsson. The film was released on July 7, 2010.
Yotsuya kaidan (1956)
Yotsuya Kaidan aka Tokaido Yotsuya kaidan is a 1956 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Masaki Mori. It is a Japanese horror film (J-Horror) based on the Japanese ghost story (kaidan) about Oiwa and Tamiya Iemon.
Door to Silence (1991)
Door to Silence, also known as Door Into Silence, is a 1991 Italian horror film written and directed by Lucio Fulci and produced by Joe D'Amato. It stars John Savage. This was the last film directed by Fulci.
Now I'll Tell One (1927)
Now I'll Tell One is a 1927 silent film starring Charley Chase. The film features Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. However, while both comedians had bit parts, they were not officially a team.
Bert Visscher: Afijn (2014)
Gassan (月山) is a 1979 Japanese film directed by Tetsutaro Murano. It was Japan's submission to the 52nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Koeputkiaikuinen ja Simon enkelit (1979)
Koeputkiaikuinen ja Simon enkelit is a 1979 comedy directed, written and starring Spede Pasanen, along with the typical comic-cast of Simo Salminen, Vesa-Matti Loiri, Tapio Hämäläinen and Olavi Ahonen.
Kamasutra Nights (2008)
Snow Steam Iron (2017)
Andelé vsedního dne (2014)
Man from Montana (1941)
Man from Montana is a 1941 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Bennett Cohen. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Billy Lenhart, Kenneth Brown, Jean Brooks and Nell O'Day. The film was released on September 5, 1941, by Universal Pictures.
Einsteins Nichten (2017)
In August 1944, the Germans in Tuscany are looking for Robert Einstein, a cousin and close friend of Albert Einstein. The Germans murder Robert's wife Nina and his two daughters Luce and Cici. Albert Einstein's great-nieces, Lorenza and Paola, are the only surviving witnesses of this terrible crime. After more than 70 years, they return to the scene for the first time and tell their moving story.
Instruments of Darkness (2014)
Black Eyed Peas: Bring Noise, Bring in Phunk (2006)
The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper (2005)
The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper is a 2005 American computer-animated short film produced by DreamWorks Animation. The 12-minute Madagascar spin-off features the adventures of four penguins, sometimes known as the Madagascar Penguins, who live in the Central Park Zoo and are trained as spies.
Return of the Holy Ghost (1972)
Adagio is a 2000 Russian animated short film directed by Garri Bardin.
Sesame Street: Best of Friends (2012)
Everyone has a favorite Sesame Street friend! Is it sweet and loveable Grover? Fun, furry Elmo? Best friends Bert and Ernie? Or what about grumpy and grouchy old Oscar? Whoever it is, you'll be sure to find them on this compilation of fan favorites - chosen by the fans! Featuring celebrity segments including Johnny Cash, James Taylor, James Blunt, Julianne Moore, Ricky Gervais, Elvis Costello, and more!
A Viking Saga: The Darkest Day (2013)
Inspired by true events. Cast into a violent and bloody world of murder, Hereward, a novice monk, must deliver the Holy Gospel of Lindisfarne – a book of great beauty and power – to the safety of the Iona monastery, while being pursued by a Viking death squad hell- bent on its capture. On his way to the monastery, he meets a fierce and skilled swordsman who answers his prayers and dedicates his life to protecting Hereward while he delivers the book. In the midst of their journey, they are confronted by Vikings ready to kill in order to get what they want, leaving Hereward and his protector at their mercy.
Mega Scorpions (2003)
An illegal toxic waste dump near a small town transforms scorpions into giant monsters. When they get hungry, they attack a halfway house full of teenaged parolees.
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis (1953)
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis (also called Casanova Junior) is a 1953 comedy musical film. The film is based on the short stories by Max Shulman collected as The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (also the title of the later TV series). Bobby Van played Gillis in this musical version, co-starring with Debbie Reynolds and Bob Fosse.
Power Rangers Samurai: The Ultimate Duel Vol. 5 (2013)
With Master Xandred's power surging out of control, the Sanzu River seeping into our world, and giant Moogers running on a rampage, the Power Rangers Samurai must enter the Tengen Gate to retrieve the most powerful samurai weapon yet -- the Black Box! But when Deker kidnaps Jayden, the remaining Samurai -- Kevin, Emily, Mia, Mike and Antonio -- must join forces to battle the web-shooting Arachnitor, dream-invading Rhinosnorus, and giant Spitfangs. Even after Mia learns the tragic origin of Dayu and Deker, nothing can stop the ultimate duel between Deker and the Red Ranger in these final four episodes!
Bond Girls Are Forever (2002)
Bond Girls Are Forever is a 2002 James Bond documentary film hosted by actress Maryam d'Abo, who had played the role of Kara Milovy in the 15th James Bond film The Living Daylights. It was accompanied by a 2003 book written by John Cork and d'Abo. The book is subtitled The Women of James Bond. Both the film and the book is a tribute to the elite club of women who have played the role of a Bond girl.
Musketeers Forever (1998)
A retired Secret Service agent leads the fight against mobsters who want to take over a casino and American Indian land.
Secrets in the Fall (2015)
Campers attend a youth retreat in the North Carolina mountains to better understand God's plan for them. When one of the campers goes missing, the counselors and their teams set out to find him before the sun sets.
24 x 24 Wide Open with Jeff Gordon (2007)
24 x 24: Wide Open with Jeff Gordon is a 2007 documentary television film about the life of NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon. The film explores his life both on and off the track, and gives viewers a glimpse of Gordon the driver, the family man, the adventurer, the entrepreneur, and the philanthropist. The film is hosted by actor and racing driver Patrick Dempsey, and features interviews from other personalities in sports and entertainment.
Painted Skin: The Resurrection (2012)
Painted Skin: The Resurrection is a 2012 Chinese fantasy action film directed by Wu Ershan, starring Zhao Wei, Chen Kun, Zhou Xun, Yang Mi, Feng Shaofeng, Kris Phillips and Chen Tingjia. The film reunites most of the original cast of the 2008 film Painted Skin.
Kiri Wai, Inner Skin (2010)
Kiri Wai, Inner Skin is the story of Bruce, a young European-American who undertakes a journey to the South Pacific. He is on an identity quest that began in his adolescence when Inia Taylor (Maori tattoo artist, sculptor, and makeup artist for "Once Were Warriors") began a moko on Bruce's skin. Over the course of his quest, Bruce seeks answers to questions about the moko. In the process, he delves into Maori culture and the moko's place in other cultures. HDTV.
The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock (1959)
In his final film (and only starring role without partner Bud Abbott), the one and only Lou Costello plays Artie Pinsetter, a would-be inventor who needs to create something in a hurry when his girlfriend (Dorothy Provine, It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World) is mysteriously turned into a giantess. This wacky spoof of Attack of the 50 Foot Woman and other sci-fi “growth” epics of that era is skillfully helmed by veteran actor/director Sidney Miller (Babes In Arms) and features such beloved comedy greats as long-time Lucille Ball foil Gale Gordon as Dorothy’s pompous uncle, plus Charles Lane, Jimmy Conlin, Joey Faye, Peter Leeds and Doodles Weaver. And it’s “Wonder filmed” in the miracle of “Amazorama!” Newly remastered.
I Love You, Don't Touch Me! (1997)
I Love You, Don't Touch Me! is a 1997 independent film starring Marla Schaffel and Mitchell Whitfield and written and directed by Julie Davis.
Don't Touch if You Ain't Prayed 2 (2008)
A college student (Eurika Pratts) lives with her conservative Christian aunt and befriends a troubled student.
Code Of The West (2012)
Code of the West is an American 2012 documentary film directed by Rebecca Richman Cohen about the 2010 campaign to repeal Montana's legalization of medical marijuana.
Unlocking DaVinci's Code (2004)
Discover the meaning inside some of the greatest artwork in history! Learn the secrets to the riddles and clues within the great masterpieces of Leonardo DaVinci, and the controversial link between Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene and DaVinci.
Silk Stockings (1957)
Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse say au revoir to cinema song and dance in this eye-poppingly delightful musical film adaptation of the stage musical version of Ninotchka from director Rouben Mamoulian and producer Arthur Freed.
You'd think chilled borscht pulses in her veins. She's Ninotchka Yoshenka, a lovely yet severe Soviet envoy sent to Paris to rescue wayward comrades from the perils of champagne and capitalism. But there may be a thaw in Ninotchka's Cold War. She meets Steve Canfield, a smoothly brash American who won't take "nyet" for an answer.
Astaire and Charisse recapture the magic of their The Band Wagon pairing in this musical based on the same-titled 1955 Broadway hit and on the famed 1939 Greta Garbo comedy Ninotchka. Set to witty Cole Porter tunes, spiked with laughs and featuring the two leads dancing the Eugene Loring-Hermes Pan choreography into timeless emotion, Silk Stockings shows why elegance and fun never go out of style.
The Movie Extra (2015)
A movie extra gets tired of the lead character getting all of the attention.
When Miley, a high-fashion model, learns that the 14th model has been kidnapped in the Los Angeles area, she fears she may be next.
Brotherhood Of Death (1976)
Brotherhood of Death is a low-budget 1976 action film in the blaxploitation genre, directed by Bill Berry, and starring Roy Jefferson, Le Tari, and Haskell Anderson. The film featured appearances by several members, including Jefferson, of the Washington Redskins professional football team of the National Football League.
Alice Adams (1935)
Alice Adams is a 1935 romantic film made by RKO, starring Katharine Hepburn. It was directed by George Stevens and produced by Pandro S. Berman. The screenplay was by Dorothy Yost, Mortimer Offner, and Jane Murfin. The film was adapted from the novel Alice Adams, by Booth Tarkington. The music score was by Max Steiner and Roy Webb, and the cinematography by Robert De Grasse. The film received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture and Best Actress. The film is about a young woman in a medium-sized town in the United States in the early 1900s, and her pretentious attempts to appear upper-class and wed a wealthy man while concealing her poverty. Hepburn's popularity had declined after her Oscar-winning performance in 1933's Morning Glory; her performance in Alice Adams made her a public favorite again.
Alice Cooper Trashes the World (1990)
Alice Cooper Trashes The World includes all the macabre theatrics and dramatic staging that have made Alice one of the most imitated legends in rock. Filmed in Birmingham, UK, it features the hits from TRASH plus all the great Alice Cooper classics.
Jonas is a portrait of my brother and his battle with schizophrenia. The film works to examine his illness, its origins, and how it affects his life. The film navigates between past and present, surveying the period of Jonas's initial breakdown as well as observing his life now; medicated, banal, marginalized, and unfulfilled. We also examine how Jonas feels about his illness. Because of his medication, he is lucid, articulate and seemingly "normal". But of course, his illness is still present and affects his thinking and reasoning. He still lives with our parents, and at 34, is somewhat embarrassed and angry about this situation. He works with our father, who is a farmer, but does not want that to be his identity. Nor can he be identified simply as "schizophrenic". So the central question becomes, can he find an identity he can embrace?
Casual Sex? (1988)
Who says sex isn't a laughing matter? Certainly not the ready-for-anything Stacy (Lea Thompson) or her somewhat repressed friend Melissa (Victoria Jackson). Determined to develop a meaningful relationship with a man who's not afraid to make a commitment, the girls take a vacation at a plush health resort. With high hopes, Stacy and Melissa embark on their quest to track down The Perfect Man. But unfortunately, the men they encounter seem to wilt at the thought of anything more than… Casual Sex. The result is a hilariously perceptive comedy that offers a lighter look at what happens in the dark.
GET READY FOR BLASTOFF! The king of snowy adventure brings you his most eye-popping film to date: IMPACT. Watch as Jeremy Nobis, aka "Psycho Nobi", tackles the classic steeps of Chamonix, France. Check out sexy skiers Ingrid Backstrom, Charlotte Moats and Jenn Berg float through deep powder after a megastorm in Utah. See gold-medalist snowboarder Kelly Clark log major air time heli-boarding in Blue River, Canada. And Glen Plake waterskis in a Speedo. From daring first descents to hilarious misadventures, it's all here and more in the best 90 minutes from footage shot around the world. IMPACT is the inspirational blockbuster of the season. It just wouldn't be winter without it.
Join skiers like Billy Campbell, John Harlan, Dick Dorworth and Hal O’leary as they take you on a ski adventure around the globe to places like Mexico, Austria, and Chile.
Are You Being Served? (1977)
Are You Being Served? is a 1977 film based on the BBC's hugely successful British sitcom Are You Being Served? (1972–1985), which follows the staff of the men's and women's clothing departments of the London Grace Brothers department store. The story is an adaptation of the successful stage version of the show, which played at Winter Gardens, Blackpool. The film also featured the performers from the television series, including Mollie Sugden, John Inman, Frank Thornton, Trevor Bannister, Arthur Brough, Wendy Richard, and Nicholas Smith.
Consuming Passions (1988)
Consuming Passions is a 1988 black comedy film which stars Vanessa Redgrave, Jonathan Pryce, and Sammi Davis and was directed by Giles Foster.
Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island (1936)
Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island (1936) is a Republic Movie serial starring Ray Mala. It was the fourth of the 66 serials produced by Republic and the last (of four) to be released in 1936. Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island is notable for being the first Republic serial to contain another common aspect of serials - a Re-Cap Chapter, similar to a clipshow in modern television where the events of the previous chapters are repeated via clips (in order to save money). This, contrary to popular belief was not the invention of the concept, which had been routinely used in serial production before the release of this serial. The serial was edited into the film Robinson Crusoe of Mystery Island, which was released in 1966.
Three Wise Guys (2005)
Three Wise Guys is a 2005 American television movie. It is directed by Robert Iscove and starring Eddie McClintock, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Judd Nelson, Nicholas Turturro, Roddy Piper, Tom Arnold and Katey Sagal.
Le combat dans l'île (1962)
A hidden gem of the French New Wave, Alain Cavalier's thrilling black-and-white noir is as sleek and cool as it is gripping. Filled with thrilling plot twists, daring shoot-outs and stormy betrayals, Le Combat dans l'ile takes place against a backdrop of 60's political turmoil and is strikingly shot by legendary cameraman Pierre Lhomme (Army of Shadows, King of Hearts). Jean-Louis Trintignant (Z, The Conformist) is Clément, a member of a right-wing terrorist organization who becomes involved in a political assassination attempt. A member of his gang betrays him and he hides out with his wife Anne (a luminous Romy Schneider) in the country home of a childhood friend, Paul (Henri Serre, Jim of Jules and Jim). Clément defines macho, with his surly incommunicativeness and sudden outbursts of violence, with Anne often its recipient. Paul, by contrast, is a gentle pacifist, and as affection grows between him and Anne, the emotional as well as political tension soar.
Graffiti Bridge (1990)
Graffiti Bridge is a 1990 American rock musical drama film written by, directed by, and starring Prince in his fourth and final film role. It is the sequel to his 1984 film Purple Rain. Like its predecessor, it was accompanied by a soundtrack album of the same name.
The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914)
The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914) is a silent film made by L. Frank Baum's The Oz Film Manufacturing Company. It was based on the book The Patchwork Girl of Oz.
The film was written and produced by L. Frank Baum and directed by J. Farrell MacDonald. It makes almost no use of the dialog from the book in the intertitles. While there are a number of modest special effects, the movie relies largely on dancing (or rather cavorting), slapstick, and costuming. The Patchwork Girl uses acrobatics regularly with good effect. Dr. Pipt's daughter is added for love interest, as well as an additional plot thread: her boyfriend is turned into a small statue which women find irresistible. The plot omits the Glass Cat, the Shaggy Man, the Yoop, and the phonograph, but also adds Mewel, a donkey, and "The Lonesome Zoop", both slapstick animals.
The New Wizard of Oz (1914)
His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz is a 1914 American silent fantasy adventure film directed by J. Farrell MacDonald and written and produced by L. Frank Baum. It stars Violet MacMillan, Frank Moore, Vivian Reed, Todd Wright, Pierre Couderc, and Fred Woodward.
The film had a troubled distribution history; it opened on October 14, 1914, to little success, though it was received as well above average fare by critics of the time. Early in 1915, it was reissued under the title The New Wizard of Oz and was slightly more successful.
The film is loosely based on Baum's book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, but in the screenplay Baum introduced many new characters and a large new story that later became the basis for the 1915 book The Scarecrow of Oz. Similar to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the Scarecrow's origin is revealed, although his life is now attributed to "the Spirit of the Corn", who appears as a conventional Hollywood depiction of a Native American. The Tin Woodman is found rusted stiff and oiled, but he is already Emperor of the Winkies. Dorothy is a slave to Mombi (Wells) who looks like W.W. Denslow's depiction of the Wicked Witch of the West. The Cowardly Lion is encountered only briefly, and battles The Lonesome Zoop, a character who appears in all three films. All of the animal roles are attributed to Fred Woodward, though too many appear in the same shot at once for him to have played them all.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a 1910 American silent fantasy film and the earliest surviving film version of L. Frank Baum's 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, made by the Selig Polyscope Company without Baum's direct input. It was created to fulfill a contractual obligation associated with Baum's personal bankruptcy caused by The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays, from which it was once thought to have been derived. It was partly based on the 1902 stage musical The Wizard of Oz, though much of the film deals with the Wicked Witch of the West, who does not appear in the musical.
Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o' Revolution (2009)
Recently granted American citizenship, Craig Ferguson is ready to rule his adopted nation!
Red Light Revolution (2010)
A man sparks a sexual revolution by opening an adult shop in his conservative neighborhood.
American Revolution 2 (1969)
American Revolution 2 is a 1969 documentary on the 1968 Democratic National Convention and its aftermath. Part of the film focuses on the creation of an alliance between the Young Patriots Organization and local Black Panthers. On its release Roger Ebert gave the film four stars, while New York Times reviewer Roger Greenspun was more critical. The film was released on DVD in 2007 (along with its follow-up The Murder of Fred Hampton) and received generally positive reviews.
The film was directed by Howard Alk and produced by Mike Gray. Ebert writes that the film was created as a collective effort by the Film Group, a local company that generally made commercials, and released without any individual credits. It has no narrator.
Glenn Beck: Unelectable 2012 (2012)
From Democrats to Republicans, law makers to law breakers, no one is safe from Glenn in what many are calling the funniest show he's ever done. In addition to the comedy (that's perfect for every member of the family), a Glenn Beck stage show wouldn't be complete without a few words of inspiration--the show ends with an address from Glenn that will have you entertained and enlightened.
Cole Younger & The Black Train (2012)
Cole Younger has an experience with a black train as a teenager and again as an adult, then he helps form the most-notorious outlaw band of the Old West.
Dream Team 1935 (2012)
Dream Team 1935 is a Latvian film directed by Aigars Grauba about the Latvia national basketball team which won EuroBasket 1935, the first FIBA European basketball championship.
Little Shaolin Monks (2007)
This acclaimed documentary follows the lives of a group of "Little Warrior Monks" who live in the famous Shaolin Temple and practice the highest form of martial arts known to man. The kids range in age from 6 to 12 years and lead lives isolated from the rest of the world. Each day their discipline includes rigorous training, dedicated prayer and a vegetarian lifestyle. Other children their age admire these legendary "Shaolin Monks." This film also follows the plight of one particular "Little Monk" whose dream is to venture out of the Temple to go to Tiananmen Square to see the statue of Chairman Mao.
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955)
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing is a 1955 DeLuxe Color film directed by Richard Fleischer from a screenplay by Walter Reisch and Charles Brackett, and starring Joan Collins, Ray Milland, and Farley Granger. The CinemaScope film was released by Twentieth Century-Fox, which had originally planned to put Marilyn Monroe in the title role, and then suspended her when she refused to do the film.
Something Between (2013)
Between the spirit of discovering and searching for adrenaline, this is
the documented road trip of a bunch of young and talented pilots from
the world of acro paragliding, who cross a large range of
scenery throughout Europe, following the ways of other legendary names
within this sport to find their own style. By diverting off the
standard road, by opening new doors, and kicking the old physical
rules, they live their passion as an 'art of life.' This Film is the
result of being with them for 4 months on the road.
Between Home: Odyssey of an unusual sea bandit (2012)
Artist and amateur sailor, Nick Jaffe, has been living in Berlin and has decided to take the long way home to Australia. Some call it brave, others think it's crazy, but Nick decides to sail solo from the UK to Australia, negotiating the treacherous waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Nick turns his camera out to the ocean, with an endless empty horizon in each and every direction.
Eden of the East the Movie II: Paradise Lost (2010)
The story of Eden of the East: Paradise Lost is about the two main characters of the anime series, Akira and Saki. They return to Japan and encounter the deceased Prime Minister's wife, Chigusa.
Akira finds out that he is accused of being the son to the Prime Minister, so Chigusa decides to take some of Akira's hair so that she can run a DNA test to see if this rumor is true.
As soon as this happens, Akira and Saki get separated from each other, but he asks Saki to help him look for his mother. She brings her dog, Annie to help guide her through the website of Eden of the East.
During Saki's journey, she finds Akira's mother named Aya. Aya denies being the mother of Akira, but she did have a relationship with Iijima, the former Prime Minister. As soon as Saki learns more about Aya, Aya flees from the area. At this moment, Saki is convinced that Aya is Akira's mother after Aya tells her that Akira was abandoned as a child with five-hundred yen to take care of himself, alone.
Akira meets up with the Eden staff and drive to see Chigusa. Akira is then forced by Mononobe to retire from the game, so that he can take charge of the government, but Akira declines his request so that he can gain full control the game. Akira makes contact with every phone in Japan so that their owners can change the future of Japan once and for all!
After this happens, Akira decides to check his DNA results from his hair pieces Chigusa had, with Chigusa nowhere in sight. He finds out that he is not the son of Prime Minister, Iijima. He leaves the area, fulfilling his promise of finding Saki and reuniting with her.
VH1 Divas Las Vegas (2002)
Divas Las Vegas, recorded for VH-1 in 2002, features nonstop live hits from Celine Dion, Cher, Dixie Chicks and Shakira, with special guest appearances by Anastacia and Stevie Nicks.
They Came to Rob Las Vegas (1968)
They Came to Rob Las Vegas is a 1968 crime film directed by Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi and starring Gary Lockwood, Elke Sommer, Lee J. Cobb, and Jack Palance. A crime outfit plan a heist to rob a hi-tech truck containing $7 million in Las Vegas. Its Spanish title was Las Vegas 500 Milliones. Filming took place in California, Nevada, and Spain.
Faubourg Tremé: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans (2008)
Faubourg Tremé: The Untold Story of Black New Orleans, is a documentary film directed by Dawn Logsdon and written by Lolis Eric Elie. Featuring a cast of local musicians, artists and writers, the film relates the history of New Orleans' Tremé neighborhood.
Detailing the rich existence of the oldest black neighborhood in America, and its significance as the origin of the Southern Civil Rights Movement and birthplace of jazz, the film has taken a relatively unnoticed neighborhood and brought it to the world’s attention, out from under the shadow of other areas such as the French Quarter, sharing a rich history that in turn enhances the way we view the American experience and the history of the United States.
Filmmaker Logdson and writer Elie, both New Orleans natives, began work on this project in 2000, five years before Hurricane Katrina hit. They began a process of documenting the vibrant culture of Faubourg Tremé, in the hopes of uncovering Treme’s unique and hidden history. By some stroke of fate, the entirety of their tapes survived the hurricane and the flooding and devastation that followed. With renewed and deepened resolve to share their little slice of New Orleans with the world, the film was completed in 2008 and debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival that year. The film premiered on the PBS network as part of its Black History Month programming on January 29, 2009. It was described by the New Orleans Tribune as “arguably the most poignant film ever made about New Orleans,” and has been compared to Spike Lee’s documentary "When the Levees Broke" in the level of its accuracy and significance.
"Faubourg" (pronounced "foe-boorg'") is a French term that means “suburb” or neighborhood. Thus, Faubourg Tremé (pronounced "Trem-ay'") means "neighborhood Tremé." The name is synonymous with the meaning of this area as not only the oldest black neighborhood, but also as a site of economic, cultural, political and social events that have shaped the course of Black America over the last three centuries. Ironically, very few Americans are aware of the significance of this neighborhood to Americans of African descent, the civil rights movement and the jazz culture that New Orleans is so famous for.
The documentary is presented from the first hand perspective of Lolis Eric Elie, a New Orleans journalist who was a staff writer on the HBO series, Treme. Acting as a tour guide, Elie shares his city, and deep love of place, with viewers. The film is a combination of pre-Katrina footage and images, street performances and archival material. The film is interspersed with interviews and personal accounts, including Louisiana poet Laureate Brenda Marie Osbey, historians John Hope Franklin and Eric Foner, and even the 75-year-old contractor that Elie hires to rehabilitate his old house in the Treme district following Katrina.