Too White for Me (1992)
Sello "Chicco" Twala is a study in contrasts: He's a black music star in South Africa who is richer than many of the whites but cannot vote due to apartheid. Iconic filmmaker Nick Broomfield follows Chicco as he faces upheavals in both his personal and professional lives -- his brother has recently been murdered, so Sello goes about planning the funeral. Meanwhile, a concert featuring Tracy Chapman may not happen due to white backers' refusal to pay black and white musicians the same rates.
The Man with the Balloons (1965)
Break Up (Italian: L'uomo dei cinque palloni and also known as The Man with the Balloons) is a 1965 Italian comedy film directed by Marco Ferreri.
Killer Instinct (1992)
Killer Instinct, also called Homicidal Impulse, is a 1992 film written and directed by David Tausik.
The House of a Thousand Candles (1936)
The House of a Thousand Candles is a 1936 American film.
The Lady of the Camelias (1953)
Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas.
Girls' Town (1942)
Two aspiring starlets head for the bright lights of Hollywood.
American Carny: True Tales from the Circus Sideshow (2008)
Filmmaker Nick Basile follows circus performers who showcase amazing displays of skill.
Cremaster 4 (1995)
The system rushes towards descension despite its resistance to division.
Together Alone (1992)
Together Alone is a 1991 drama film written and directed by P. J. Castellaneta.
The Legend of Speed (1999)
An auto racer (Dior Cheng Yee-Kin) flees to Thailand after being framed for drug possession.
A Girl with Ideas (1937)
A Girl With Ideas is a 1937 American comedy-drama film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Universal Pictures. It stars Wendy Barrie, Walter Pidgeon, and Kent Taylor.
Heartbreak Island (1995)
Heartbreak Island is a 1995 Taiwanese drama film directed by Hsu Hsiao-ming. The film follows a recently released woman prisoner as she visits her ex who was arrested in the 1979 Kaohsiung Incident but released before her. The film makes extensive use of flashbacks to illustrate the woman's thoughts.
Desert Kickboxer (1992)
An Indian kickboxer is double-crossed by the members of a Mexican drug cartel and left for dead. He uses his tribal skills to regain his strength and face the leader of the the cartel in a martial-arts battle to the death.
Jacob returned to his hometown in hopes of a fresh start and found comfort in the arms of a new love and a rekindled relationship with his father. But his peace is short lived. With the local drug dealers out for revenge Jacob must come to terms with his dark past or risk losing everything again.
The Kitchen (2006)
Chefs prepare dishes at an acclaimed California restaurant.
Upperdog is a 2009 Norwegian comedy film directed by Sara Johnsen.
Elza is a riveting, deeply personal story about the emotional journey of a young Parisian woman returning home to her native island of Guadeloupe.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002)
A well-loved educator reminisces about his late wife and the students at a British boys school.
Finn and Hattie (1931)
Finn and Hattie is a 1931 American pre-Code film directed by Norman Taurog, starring Leon Errol and ZaSu Pitts.
A clever policeman investigates the death of an abusive businessman who had recently divorced his wife and taken custody of their child by exposing her past as a porn star.
Hunter in the Dark (1979)
In 18th-century Japan, aging yakuza crime lord Gomyo (Tatsuya Nakadai) hopes to make a peaceful exit from the seedy lifestyle he's been maintaining, but, with threats coming from outsiders and those within his own clan of crooks, he realizes he will need a fierce bodyguard. Gomyo finds just the man he's looking for in Yataro (Yoshio Harada), who, despite having only one eye and amnesia, is a brilliant swordsman. However, old enemies from Yataro's past soon put both men in grave danger.
Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (1966)
In this inventive attempt to bring to the big screen James Joyce's "unfilmable" final masterpiece, which circles through the dreams and subconscious of a man over the course of one night, characters read passages from the novel itself. With visual and other stylistic devices -- some readings are accompanied by subtitles and occasionally the film switches into animation -- this experimental work offers an accessible entry point into a difficult text.
Finding Lenny (2009)
A down-and-out soccer coach (Barry Hilton) helps a chief and his tribe prepare for a fateful match.
Easy Money II: Hard to Kill (2012)
Easy Money II: Hard to Kill (Swedish: Snabba Cash II) is a Swedish thriller film directed by Babak Najafi that was released on 17 August 2012. The film is a sequel to the 2010 film Easy Money, and is based on Jens Lapidus' books Easy Money and Aldrig fucka upp. It's the second part in a trilogy, and is followed by Easy Money III: Life Deluxe (2013). The screenplay is written by Peter Birro and Maria Karlsson.
En gång i Phuket (2012)
Once Upon a Time in Phuket (Swedish: En gång i Phuket) is a 2012 Swedish film directed by Staffan Lindberg.
The Fearless Young Boxer (1979)
A youth studies the martial arts in order to avenge his father's death and retrieve a sacred golden plate.
The Adventures of Mimi (2007)
Catch the Billionaire (2009)
O Mundo Em Duas Voltas (2007)
Cars of the Revolution (2008)
Cars of the Revolution (Turkish: Devrim Arabaları) is a 2008 Turkish drama film.
Christina Aguilera: Stripped Live in the UK (2004)
Broken Trail: The Making of a Legendary Western (2006)
¡En peligro de muerte! (1962)
The Worm Has Turned (2018)
HOT TUNA: ELECTRIC CELESTIAL BLUES-LIVE AT THE FILLMORE (2000)
Umikko yamakko (1959)
Cavalier in Devil's Castle (1959)
Cavalier in Devil's Castle (Italian: Il cavaliere del castello maledetto), also known as The Cavaliers of Devil's Castle, is a 1959 Italian swashbuckler film written and directed by Mario Costa and starring Massimo Serato, Irène Tunc and Luisella Boni.
Inujini sesi mono (1986)
Gerarchi si muore (1961)
Howlers of the Dock (1960)
Howlers in the Dock (Italian: Urlatori alla sbarra) is a 1960 Italian musicarello film directed (and co-written) by Lucio Fulci. It is also known as Howlers of the Dock in some reference books.
Toto, Peppino and the Fanatics (1958)
Toto, Peppino and the Fanatics (Italian: Totò, Peppino e le fanatiche) is a 1958 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Totò.
The Bacchantes (1961)
The Bacchantes (Italian: Le baccanti, French: Les bacchantes, also known as Bondage Gladiator Sexy) is a 1961 Italian-French adventure-fantasy film directed by Giorgio Ferroni. It is loosely based on the Euripides' tragedy The Bacchae.
Sua Eccellenza si fermò a mangiare (1961)
Sua Eccellenza si fermò a mangiare is a 1961 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Ugo Tognazzi.
Husbands in the City (1958)
Husbands in the City (Italian: Mariti in città) is a 1957 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Comencini.
The Employee (Italian: L'impiegato) is a 1959 Italian comedy film directed by Gianni Puccini. The film is loosely inspired by The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Honor Among Thieves (1957)
Parola di ladro (internationally released as Honor Among Thieves) is a 1957 Italian comedy film. It stars actor Gabriele Ferzetti. This film represents the directorial debut of Gianni Puccini and Nanni Loy. For this film Andrea Checchi was awarded with a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor.
Aphrodite, Goddess of Love (1958)
Slave Women of Corinth (Italian: Afrodite, dea dell'amore, aka Aphrodite, Goddess of Love) is a 1958 Italian epic historical drama film written and directed by Mario Bonnard.
Carosello di canzoni (1958)
Arrivano i dollari! (1957)
Arrivano i dollari! is a 1957 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Costa and starring Alberto Sordi, Nino Taranto and Isa Miranda.
I più grandi di tutti (2012)
The Greatest of All is a 2011 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Virzì. It entered the competition at the 2011 Turin Film Festival.
Il canto della vita (1945)
The Song of Life is a 1945 Italian melodrama film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Alida Valli, Carlo Ninchi and María Mercader. It is set during the German occupation of Rome in the Second World War before the Liberation of the city in 1944.
The Wedding March (1965)
Marcia nuziale is a 1965 Italian film directed by Marco Ferreri.
La donna degli altri è sempre più bella (1963)
Scrivilo sui muri (2007)
Attenti a noi due (1994)
Crazy Guy with Super Kung Fu (1979)
Der Pfandleiher (1971)
Ogni maledetto Natale (2014)
0.56% ¿Qué le pasó a México? (2011)
A Night at Karlstein (1974)
A Night at Karlstein (Czech: Noc na Karlštejně) is a 1974 Czechoslovak musical film directed by Zdeněk Podskalský, based on an 1884 play by Jaroslav Vrchlický.
Will Your Heart Beat Faster? (1980)
Kakabakaba Ka Ba? is a 1980 musical-romantic comedy film produced by LVN Pictures in 1980, with Mike De Leon as director.
T-Bird at ako (1982)
T-Bird at Ako is a 1982 Filipino film directed by Danny Zialcita starring two of the Philippines' most prolific actresses at the time Nora Aunor and Vilma Santos. Aunor also recorded the song "Hiwaga Ng Pag-ibig" featured in film.
Help Wanted (1939)
All American Bully (2015)
Breaking Trail (2011)
Warning! There are no shots of helicopters filming other helicopters or hankie-clad 16-year-olds hepped up on energy drinks. You will find dedicated individuals who enjoy hiking out into the unknown in search of turns and adventure.
Night Is Day: The Movie (2012)
The Crooked Eye (2009)
The Crooked Eye is a 20-minute drama film short adapted, directed and edited by D. C. Douglas. It is based on the short story of the same name by Betty Malicoat. In 2009 the film won for Best Animated Short at the Red Rock Film Festival in Utah.
Peony Pavilion (2001)
Peony Pavilion is a 2001 Hong Kong drama film directed by Yonfan. It was entered into the 23rd Moscow International Film Festival where Rie Miyazawa won the award for Best Actress.
The Virgin's Bed (1969)
The final entry in the Buddhist trilogy, Poem, returns to black and white and is centred on the austere existence of a young houseboy who becomes helplessly embroiled in the schemes of two brothers. Written by Toshirô Ishidô (screenwriter of Nagisa Ôshima's The Sun's Burial and Shôhei Imamura's Black Rain), who also penned This Transient Life and Mandara, Poem continues the trilogy's exploration of faith in a post-industrial world.
Mandara, Jissôji's first color feature, maintains his controversial subject matter, focusing on a cult who recruit through rape and hope to achieve true ecstasy through sexual release. Shot, as with all of Jissôji's Art Theatre Guild works, in a radically stylized manner, the film sits somewhere between the pinku genre and the fiercely experimental approach of his Japanese New Wave contemporaries.
Losers and Winners (2007)
Serdar Somuncu - Der Hassprediger liest Bild (2009)
Same Difference (2015)
Når engle elsker (1985)
Why Knot (2014)
Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate's Cove (2021)
Yes or No 2.5 (2015)
Winnetou - Der letzte Kampf (2016)
Henge is a 2012 Japanese horror film directed by Ohata Hajime. It was screened at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival and the San Diego Asian Film Festival.
Mi rifaccio vivo (2013)
Eine ungeliebte Frau (1974)
I complessi is a 1965 commedia all'italiana anthology film consisting of three episodes.
The Thursday (1964)
The Thursday is a 1963 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
Soldati e capelloni (1967)
Soldati e capelloni is a 1967 Italian comedy film directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti, written by Augusto Caminito and Giovanni Grimaldi, produced by Franco Cittadini and Stenio Fiorentini and starred by Franco Lantieri, Brizio Montinari, Peppino de Filippo, Lia Zoppelli, Valeria Fabrizi, Patrizia Valturri, Valentino Macchi and Franco Giacobini.
La mandragola (1965)
The Mandrake (Italian: La Mandragola; also called Mandragola: The Love Root) is a 1965 Franco-Italian co-production directed by Alberto Lattuada and based on the eponymous 16th-century play by Italian author Niccolò Machiavelli. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Costume Design.
Ku Fu? From Sicily with Fury (1973)
Ku-Fu? Dalla Sicilia con furore is a 1973 Italian comedy film directed by Nando Cicero. A parody of kung fu films, it was initially announced under the title La capa più tosta di tutta la Cina! (i.e. The toughest head of all China!). The film got a great commercial success, grossing about 900 million lire.
Love in Four Dimensions (1964)
Le collectionneur des cerveaux (1976)
Le Collectionneur de cerveaux (Thinking Robots) is a French horror film (1976) based on George Langelaan's novel Les robots pensants starring Claude Jade
I leoni di Pietroburgo (1972)
Napoli piange e ride (1954)
Napoli piange e ride (i. e. "Naples cries and laughs") is a 1954 Italian musical comedy film written and directed by Flavio Calzavara and starring Luciano Tajoli and Jula De Palma .
Torna! (i.e. "Come Back!") is a 1953 Italian melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Amedeo Nazzari and Yvonne Sanson.
House of Ricordi (1954)
House of Ricordi (Italian: Casa Ricordi) is a 1954 French-Italian historical drama film based on the early history of the Italian music publishing house Casa Ricordi. It is directed by Carmine Gallone and stars Märta Torén, Marcello Mastroianni and Micheline Presle. The Ricordi family's interactions with many of the great composers of the nineteenth century are portrayed.
The film's sets were designed by Mario Chiari. It was shot at the Cinecittà Studios and on location in Milan, Paris and Rome.
Guai ai vinti (1954)
Guai ai vinti (Woe to the Vanquished Ones) is a 1954 Italian melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo. It is based on the novel Vae Victis by Annie Vivanti.
Heads or Tails (1969)
I cadetti di Guascogna (1950)
I cadetti di Guascogna ((in English) The Cadets of Gascony) is a 1950 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli.