Take the Ball Pass the Ball: The Making of the Greatest Team in the World (2018)

Take The Ball Pass The Ball is a 2018 Spanish documentary film, released on 9 November 2018 and directed by Duncan McMath. The film mainly focuses on FC Barcelona's success under manager Pep Guardiola from 2008 to 2012 where the team won a total of 14 trophies. The film is based on the book Barça: The Making of the Greatest Team in the World by football journalist Graham Hunter.

Share (2019)

​From HBO Films and A24, Share is an intimate portrait of Mandy (Rhianne Barreto), a 16-year-old athlete whose world is upended when she discovers a disturbing video from a night she doesn't remember. As the video – which features a vulnerable, unconscious Mandy – begins to circulate among her community, Mandy desperately attempts to recover her memories of that night, while navigating the throes of an invasive public debate. By turns illuminating and disorienting, Share follows Mandy's search for the truth, which is made even more difficult by the concern, anger and denial of her family and peers, who have competing expectations for how she should deal with the fallout of the video and what did – or didn't – happen. The feature debut of writer/director Pippa Bianco, and based on her acclaimed short film of the same name, Share takes an unflinching look at the intense pain, isolation, uncertainty and loss that Mandy maneuvers with incredible courage, ultimately telling the story of a young woman determined to reclaim her own fate.

The Legacy (1978)

Evil Beyond Exorcism... How far would you go to inherit everlasting life? When Margaret (Katharine Ross, The Stepford Wives) and her boyfriend Pete (Sam Elliot, Frogs, Road House) have a car accident in the English countryside, the other driver offers to take them to his lavish country estate to make amends. But once there, they are surprised to learn that all of the other houseguests are already expecting them! It's not long before the couple's fear turns into terror when the guests (including Roger Daltrey, Tommy) begin dying in unspeakable ways. Now it's clear, the true master of the house is a supernatural force that will stop at nothing to find the rightful heirs for an unimaginably horrible legacy.

Meet Danny Wilson (1952)

Meet Danny Wilson is a 1952 drama musical film starring Frank Sinatra and Shelley Winters. The movie was directed by Joseph Pevney and written by Don McGuire. Sinatra, during his famous career slump between his bobby-soxer heyday and From Here to Eternity (1953), plays a small-time singer who vaults to the top of his profession only to be threatened by a gangster (Raymond Burr).

The Fruit Is Ripe (1977)

The Fruit Is Ripe (German: Griechische Feigen) is a 1977 German erotic comedy film directed by Sigi Rothemund.

Miss Bala (2011)

MISS BALA tells the story of Laura, a young woman whose aspirations of becoming a beauty queen turn against her, delivering her into the hands of a gang that's terrorizing northern Mexico. Although Laura succeeds in winning the beauty queen crown, her experiences as an unwilling participant in Mexico's violent war leave her shaken and transformed.

Surviving the Wild (2018)

Surviving the Wild AKA Riley's Peak is a 2018 American family drama film directed by Patrick Alessandrin and written by Mark Hefti. It stars Jon Voight, Jamie Kennedy, Vail Bloom, Matt Bevin, and Aidan Cullen. It was released in select theaters across America on January 12, 2018. The movie was also premiered on Showtime. It was produced by Steven Paul, Patrick Alessandrin, Vail Bloom, Sweta Rai, and Michael Givens.

The Death of the Incredible Hulk (1990)

The Death of the Incredible Hulk is a 1990 American made-for-television superhero film, the last of three revival films based on the 1978–1982 television series The Incredible Hulk. Bill Bixby reprises his role as Dr. David Bruce Banner and Lou Ferrigno returns to play the Hulk. It was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Prior to Bill Bixby's death in 1993, there was talk of a movie The Rebirth of the Incredible Hulk television movie which would resurrect the character.

The Perils of Pauline (1967)

The Perils of Pauline is a 1967 American comedy film based on the movie serial of the same name. Inspired by the Batman TV series, with the same kind of florid villainy and dauntless heroics, this TV pilot starred Pamela Austin, best known for her appearances in Dodge commercials at the time (urging viewers to "Join the Dodge Rebellion!"), as Pauline, with Pat Boone as her staunch protector. The pilot did not find a sponsor or a network, and the three sample shows were compiled into a theatrical feature film and released by Universal Pictures. Extra footage for this was shot in December 1966. Universal's home-movie company, Castle Films, turned it back into a serial, excerpting four episodes from the feature. The movie enjoyed neither the commercial nor critical success of the earlier versions of The Perils of Pauline.

Devil's Prey (2001)

Devil's Prey is a 2001 thriller film directed by Bradford May.

The Patron Saint of Liars (1998)

The Patron Saint of Liars is a 1998 drama television film based on the novel of the same name by Ann Patchett. It tells the story of Rose Abbot, a young woman who abandons her life in California with her husband after finding out she is pregnant. She chooses a home for unwed mothers in Kentucky as her escape, hoping to give her child up for adoption and start over. The film stars Dana Delany, Ellen Burstyn and Clancy Brown. It premiered on April 5, 1998, on CBS.

Cheaper to Keep Her (1981)

Cheaper to Keep Her is a 1981 comedy film directed by Ken Annakin, which starred singer-turned-actor Mac Davis alongside Tovah Feldshuh.

The Meaning of Vanlife (2019)

Nomads choose to live a life of freedom on the road.

The Call of the Wild (1976)

The Call of the Wild is a 1976 American television film based on Jack London's 1903 novel The Call of the Wild. The film, starring John Beck, was directed by Jerry Jameson from a script by the poet and novelist James Dickey. One of several adaptations of London's novel, this version was produced following the success of the 1972 film Deliverance, an adaptation of Dickey's novel of the same title. The author's son, Christopher Dickey, wrote in his 1998 memoir, Summer of Deliverance, that "[t]he Hollywood concept [for the 1976 film] was James Dickey meets Jack London; sort of Deliverance in the Klondike."

Ritratti abusivi (2013)

An exploration of Parco Saraceno's squatter community. Living between misery and lawlessness, the inhabitants of the park are suspended between daily violence and the dreams of a normal lives.

Stowaways (1997)

Desperate to escape France and build a new life for themselves in Canada, six illegal aliens take a dangerous journey stowed away in a tiny container on a cargo ship. Between the two men (Anton Kouznetsov, Moussa Maaskri), two women (Simona Maicanescu, Christelle Sabas) and two children (Hanane Rahman, Ovidiu Balan), there is little food and water. An emergency stop in Liverpool, England, tests their resources and forces the group to make a decision that could cost them everything.

Dalva (1996)

Dalva is a 1996 American made-for-television drama film starring Farrah Fawcett and Carroll Baker.

Jack Reed: A Search for Justice (1994)

A Chicago detective (Brian Dennehy) uncovers a crime ring while investigating the death of a nightclub stripper.

Forgotten Sins (1996)

Forgotten Sins is a 1996 American made-for-television drama film based on Lawrence Wright's New Yorker articles and his book Remembering Satan, which was in turn based on the actual case of Paul Ingram. It originally aired on ABC on March 7, 1996.

Hollywood Banker (2014)

Banker Frans Afman revolutionizes independent film financing.

Miranda (1948)

Paul Marton is a Harley Street doctor who announces to his wife that he intends to take a fishing holiday alone. He sets off for Cornwall and indulges in a spot of fishing until one day he catches a beautiful mermaid! Meanwhile, his wife receives a telegram saying that her husband will be returning accompanied by a patient. Expecting an ageing invalid, she is shocked on their arrival to see a beautiful young woman with her legs wrapped in cloth. Will anyone discover Miranda’s fishy secret?

The Crosby Case (1934)

The Crosby Case is a 1934 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by Warren B. Duff and Gordon Kahn. The film stars Wynne Gibson, Onslow Stevens, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Alan Dinehart, Warren Hymer, William Collier, Sr. and John Wray. The film was released on March 5, 1934, by Universal Pictures.

Emulation (2010)

What if you could live life through a movie? This is exactly what the Emulation corp provides for Noah Wilson (Getty). However, the movie is about to become a lot more real than he ever expected. Framed for murder and marked for death, Noah suddenly finds himself the target of a nationwide man hunt. an assassination attempt, and a death-defying showdown on top of a skyscraper. These are only a few events jeopardizing Noah as he fights to prove his innocence. From Tom Getty comes a thriller simmering with paranoia and terror. Made absent a large budget, Emulation follows a young man's pursuit in uncovering the decade's most elaborate and horrifying conspiracy

Crossroads (1942)

With a lovely new bride by his side and a diplomatic appointment imminent, David Talbot (William Powell) sees his life on an upswing—if he is really David Talbot. Blackmailers say he is actually a murderer and thief named Jean Pelletier. As they present their evidence, Talbot, whose past includes incidents of amnesia, begins to wonder if he’s been living a lie. Powell played an amnesiac for laughs in I Love You Again, but here he invests Talbot with the urgency and stunned disbelief of a man whose life is in sudden upheaval. Hedy Lamarr (as Talbot’s resourceful bride), Basil Rathbone and Claire Trevor cos-tar in this double- and triple-cross tale located on at a Crossroads of uncertainty.

Rosie! (1967)

Rosie! is a 1967 comedy film directed by David Lowell Rich, based on Ruth Gordon's play A Very Rich Woman.

Moonlight (2002)

Moonlight is a 2002 Dutch thriller film directed by Paula van der Oest. It was entered into the 25th Moscow International Film Festival.

Sharks (2004)

Oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau documents face-to-face encounters with a wide variety of the ocean's ultimate predators, including white, hammerhead and whale sharks.

Stranger on the Prowl (1952)

Imbarco a mezzanotte (internationally released as Stranger on the Prowl, also known as Giacomo and Encounter) is a 1952 Italian drama film directed by Joseph Losey and featuring Paul Muni.

Maybe Baby (1988)

A middle-aged father's (Dabney Coleman) second wife (Jane Curtin) decides her career is not enough, and she wants to have a baby.

Hollis (2015)

A recent high-school graduate from a small town feels pulled between his responsibilities at home and his dream of going to college.

Little Tough Guy (1938)

Little Tough Guy is a 1938 crime film that starred several of the Dead End Kids. In the follow-up films, the studio began using the group name The Little Tough Guys, and later The Dead End Kids and Little Tough Guys. This was the first of several films and serials that Universal made using several of the "Kids", whom they borrowed from Warner Bros. Little Tough Guy is in the public domain.

Bad Ass Gays (2014)

Gay men defy stereotypes as they openly pursue their professional passions.

Transatlantic Tunnel (1935)

The Tunnel, also known as Transatlantic Tunnel in the United States, is a 1935 British science fiction film based on the 1913 novel Der Tunnel by Bernhard Kellermann, about the building of a transatlantic tunnel between New York and London. It was directed by Maurice Elvey and stars Richard Dix, Leslie Banks, Madge Evans, Helen Vinson, C. Aubrey Smith and Basil Sydney. The script was written by Curt Siodmak, L. du Garde Peach and Clemence Dane. The film, produced at a time when the threat of war loomed in Europe, emphasized international cooperation between the United States and the United Kingdom.

Ms. Bear (1997)

Ms. Bear is a 1997 German-Canadian adventure film directed by Paul Ziller and starring Ed Begley Jr.

White White World (2010)

White White World is a 2010 Serbian drama film directed by Oleg Novković.

The Church Mouse (1934)

The Church Mouse is a 1934 British comedy film directed by Monty Banks and starring Laura La Plante, Ian Hunter and Edward Chapman. It was made by the British subsidiary of Warner Brothers at the company's Teddington Studios. It was made as a more expensive production than much of the studio's low-budget quota quickie output. It is based on a play by Ladislas Fodor which has been turned into films on several occasions including a 1931 German film Poor as a Church Mouse and the 1932 American production Beauty and the Boss. A bank owner's prim and uptight Secretary suddenly blossoms during a business trip to Paris.

The Headless Ghost (1959)

Three teenagers encounter a ghost who is in limbo until he retrieves his lost head. They do their bit to help him find it.

Diablos en el cielo (1965)

A group of daring aviators is constantly setting new altitude records.

Beware of Blondie (1950)

Beware of Blondie is a 1950 black and white comedy film and is the last of the 28 Blondie films.

Sharpshooter (2007)

Sharpshooter is a 2007 American made-for-television action-adventure film starring James Remar, Bruce Boxleitner, Mario Van Peebles and Catherine Mary Stewart. It was written by Steven H. Berman and directed by Armand Mastroianni. It was shown in the United Kingdom on the British television channel Sky Three on October 11 2007.

Gladiators 7 (1962)

Gladiators 7 is a 1962 film directed by Pedro Lazaga. The film has several elements from Akira Kurosawa's film The Seven Samurai.

Train of Events (1949)

Train of Events is a 1949 British portmanteau film made by Ealing Studios and directed by Sidney Cole, Charles Crichton and Basil Dearden. It tells the story about a train that crashes into a stalled petrol tanker at a level (grade) crossing, and then flashes back and tells four different stories about some of the passengers before the crash.

Scream of the Demon Lover (1970)

A beautiful young woman travels to a remote estate to seek employment as a biochemist for Baron Janos Dalmar. She finds herself attracted to him, so immerses herself in her work to suppress her lusty desires. A rash of rather brutal murders occurs in the area and she soon discovers that the Baron is not what he seems. Not long thereafter, the Baron transforms into a demon, and the beautiful young woman becomes his very own love slave.

Coronation (2000)

Coronation (Spanish: Coronación) is a 2000 Chilean film directed by Silvio Caiozzi. It was Chile's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Apprentice To Murder (1988)

Apprentice to Murder is a 1988 Canadian-American-Norwegian thriller-horror film directed by Ralph L. Thomas and starring Donald Sutherland, Chad Lowe and Mia Sara.

David Harum (1934)

David Harum is a 1934 American comedy film directed by James Cruze and written by Walter Woods. The film stars Will Rogers, Louise Dresser, Evelyn Venable, Kent Taylor, Stepin Fetchit, Noah Beery, Sr. and Roger Imhof. The film was released on March 3, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.

Dead Aim (1987)

Atlanta police detectives (Ed Marinaro, Darrell Larson) tie topless-dancer drug deaths to Bulgarian diplomats and the KGB.

Too Tough To Die: A Tribute To Johnny Ramone (2006)

For the Ramones' 30th anniversary, a benefit concert brings together both fans of the pioneering punk act and musicians influenced by the band. At Los Angeles' Avalon Theatre in 2004, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Sonic Youth guitarist Thurston Moore and others pay tribute to the Ramones while also raising money for the fight against cancer, the disease that will kill guitarist Johnny Ramone just two days after the concert is held.

Different for Girls (1996)

Different for Girls is a 1996 British/French drama film in which one of the protagonists is a transgender woman. The film is directed by Richard Spence and written by Tony Marchant, starring Rupert Graves and Steven Mackintosh.

Alles Bob! (1999)

Alles Bob ("Its all Bob") is a 1999 German film starring Gregor Törzs, Martina Gedeck and Miriam Lahnstein, directed by Otto Alexander Jahrreiss. The film, is about a young man who tells women what they want to hear to get sex.

Coast Of Skeletons (1965)

From the floor of the sea to the roof of the sky, they fought for hidden diamonds, sunken gold, and a womans desire!

Rio Rattler (1935)

Rio Rattler is a 1935 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.

Bomba and the Jungle Girl (1952)

Bomba and the Jungle Girl is a 1952 film, the eighth film in the Bomba, the Jungle Boy film series.

The Suicide Club (2000)

The Suicide Club is a 2000 American-Irish film based on the story The Suicide Club by Robert Louis Stevenson. It was directed by Rachel Samuels. It was from Concorde Anois and was shot in Ireland.

Ranger Courage (1937)

A lone ranger (Bob Allen) guides a woman's (Martha Tibbetts) wagon train through Texas.

Silent Screams (2015)

Strange occurrences and Russian mobsters plague a family after a Russian foreign exchange student (Sasha Kolos) arrives.

The Man from Cairo (1953)

The Man From Cairo (Italian: Dramma nella Kasbah/Avventura ad Algeri) is a 1953 British, Italian American international co-production film-noir starring George Raft, who plays a man that is mistaken for a detective by the French and is sent to find lost World War II gold in Algiers, despite the film's title. The 1953 picture was the last completed film in which Raft had top billing and the final feature film of director Ray Enright. The film was shot on location in Algeria.

Delivery (2006)

An unstable pizza delivery boy with a tragic past finds his inner demons unleashed when he is rejected by the girl of his dreams in director Jose Z. Cassella's gruesome tale of death delivered.

Francis Goes to the Races (1951)

Francis Goes to the Races is a 1951 American black-and-white comedy film from Universal-International, produced by Leonard Goldstein, directed by Arthur Lubin, that stars Donald O'Connor, Piper Laurie, and Cecil Kellaway. The distinctive voice of Francis is a voice-over by actor Chill Wills. This is a sequel to Universal-International's Francis.

Between Time and Eternity (1956)

Between Time and Eternity (German: Zwischen Zeit und Ewigkeit) is a 1956 West German drama film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Lilli Palmer, Willy Birgel and Carlos Thompson. It was co-produced with Spain as part of a growing trend in European production. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Albrecht Becker and Herbert Kirchhoff. It was shot in Eastmancolor.

For Men Only (1952)

For Men Only is a 1952 American film directed by Paul Henreid about hazing on college campuses. It also stars Henreid.

Ice Queen (2005)

Ice Queen, originally titled Avalanche Run, is a 2005 American horror film co-written and directed by Neil Kinsella and starring Ami Chorlton. The principal photography was conducted in Vermont and the film was released directly to video on June 7, 2005 in the United States by the MTI Home Video media distributing company.

Timberjack (1955)

Timberjack is a 1955 American Trucolor Western film directed by Joseph Kane starring Sterling Hayden, Vera Ralston, David Brian, Adolphe Menjou, Hoagy Carmichael and Chill Wills.

Deep Water (1981)

Eaux profondes is a 1981 French thriller film directed by Michel Deville and starring Isabelle Huppert.

Whistling In Brooklyn (1943)

Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) is the third and last film starring comedian Red Skelton as radio personality and amateur detective Wally "The Fox" Benton, following Whistling in the Dark and Whistling in Dixie. Wally prepares to marry his girlfriend, but gets sidetracked when he is mistaken for a serial murderer. Leo Durocher made his screen debut, playing himself, and Hilda Chester, the Brooklyn Dodgers' "superfan" also made a brief appearance, playing herself.

The Money (1976)

A small-time con man (Laurence Luckinbill) sees a chance to score by kidnapping a businessman's children.

The Zombie King (2013)

The Zombie King is a British horror comedy film starring Edward Furlong and Corey Feldman. The film is directed by Aidan Belizaire and is based on a story by Jennifer Chippindale and Rebecca-Clare Evans. The film is the first project from Northern Girl Productions and was released in the spring of 2013.

Mayflower: The Pilgrims' Adventure (1979)

Mayflower: The Pilgrims' Adventure is a 1979 American made-for-television historial adventure film dramatizing the Pilgrims' voyage from Plymouth, England to Cape Cod in New England aboard the Mayflower in 1620. The film was directed by George Schaefer and stars Anthony Hopkins, Richard Crenna and Jenny Agutter.

Fast Company (1924)

Fast Company is a 1924 short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 32nd Our Gang short subject released.

Scandalous (2006)

A woman (Lola Herrera) befriends a group of squatters, while her granddaughter tries to attend their beach party.

Ana's Playground (2009)

An allegory tells of the moment a child is forced to choose between ideology and humanity while living and playing in a war zone.

No One Would Tell (1996)

No One Would Tell is a 1996 American teen crime drama television film directed by Noel Nosseck from an original script by Steven Loring. It is based on the true story of Jamie Fuller, a 16-year-old high school student who murdered his 14-year-old girlfriend, Amy Carnevale, on August 23, 1991, in Beverly, Massachusetts. A remake of No One Would Tell debuted on Lifetime on September 16, 2018.

The Drifter (1932)

The Drifter is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. O'Connor.

Force Of Arms (1951)

Force of Arms (reissued under the title A Girl for Joe) is a 1951 romantic drama film set in the Italian theater of World War II. It reteamed William Holden and Nancy Olson in the third of their four movies together (Sunset Boulevard, Union Station, and Submarine Command being the others), all released in 1950 or 1951. An American infantryman on leave and a Women's Army Corps (WAC) officer fall in love.

Strike It Rich (1990)

Strike It Rich is a 1990 romantic comedy motion picture starring Robert Lindsay and Molly Ringwald. Others in the cast include John Gielgud. It was directed by James Scott, who also adapted the screenplay based on the novel Loser Takes All by Graham Greene.

The Bachelor Father (1931)

The Bachelor Father is a 1931 American pre-Code MGM drama film directed by Robert Z. Leonard. The film stars Marion Davies, Ralph Forbes and C. Aubrey Smith.

Youth of the Beast (1963)

Youth of the Beast is a 1963 Japanese yakuza film directed by Seijun Suzuki. Much of the film is set in Tokyo, Japan.

Kantharam (2019)

Siddhartha and his wife have their first night together after they get married, but the honeymoon package he booked puts them in danger.

Where the Bullets Fly (1972)

A young adventurer and a beautiful hooker gather the pieces of a treasure map.

Otto's Eleven (2010)

Otto tries to retrieve his painting that was stolen from him by a casino owner.

La bostella (2000)

Friends are offered creative control for a brand new TV show. Needing to prepare, they rent a house for one month during the summer in the hopes that living together will inspire them.

Pinwheel (2017)

A decade after the brutal murder of her mother, a woman (Julie Ann Dawson) returns home to investigate the disappearance of her neglectful father.

Death Game (2015)

A cop tracks down a female serial killer who targets police officers.

Dabbe: Zehr-i Cin (2014)

A housewife begins to sense an evil presence in a specific room of her home.

Rattlesnakes (2019)

A neo-noir psychological thriller adapted from the acclaimed stage-play, award-winning writer/director Julius Amedume’s Rattlesnakes tells the story of family man Robert McQueen. McQueen's typical day takes a turn for the worst when he's ambushed by three masked men, who accuse him of sleeping with their wives. He pleads his innocence, but faced with being beaten and tortured, what he reveals will change all of their lives forever – but will it be enough to save his?

Music Teacher (2019)

A dejected small-town music teacher grapples with guilt and regret when his ex-pupil who once loved him returns home as the star he always wanted to be.

Do Something, The Jeffrey Modell Story (2019)

In 1970’s New York, young parents Fred and Vicki Modell were overjoyed by the arrival of their first child, a perfect baby boy they named Jeffrey. But just months later, it became clear that something was wrong. Jeffrey was eventually diagnosed with Primary Immunodeficiency, a disorder of the immune system, that left him frequently sick and perilously susceptible to infections. Jeffrey begged his parents to “do something” to help children like him. Although his parents desperately tried, Jeffrey ultimately succumbed to his illness at the age of 15. Out of their devastating real-life loss, Fred and Vicki turned to their enduring love for each other to find the strength to fulfill their promise to Jeffrey. With just $500 in the bank, and guided by Jeffrey’s memory, they turned pain into purpose, and through The Jeffrey Modell Foundation went on to help parents and children all across the world.

Winterskin (2018)

Gunned down in the snowy wilderness and desperate for shelter, Billy Cavanagh is taken in by kooky old lady Agnes, unaware that her isolated log cabin is being stalked by a bloodthirsty skinless creature hellbent on getting inside.

Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019)

Armed with awkward questions and zero self-awareness, Zach Galifianakis hits the road to find famous interview subjects for his no-budget talk show.

The Immortal Wars: Resurgence (2019)

After a catastrophic war plunges the world into chaos, a new race of superpowered beings known as "deviants" emerges. A madman captures these deviants, pitting them against each other on a television program.

School Spirits (2017)

Zoey finds herself uprooted from her Chicago home and dragged to a small town filled with secrets and spooky happenings. When she witnesses something she can't explain in the school pool, she teams up with two girls to expel the spirits.

Mon cher petit village (2015)

A nuclear engineer has to convince a small town to host a radioactive waste site.

The Sign of Death (1939)

The Sign of Death (Spanish:El signo de la muerte) is a 1939 Mexican comedy film. It was directed by Chano Urueta and stars Cantinflas and Carlos Orellana.

King Guillaume (2009)

A suburbanite discovers that he's the heir of a small kingdom off the coast of France.

Shaolin Kung Fu Master (1980)

Five of the prince's most trusted guards are chosen to protect a hidden treasure cache. One by one, the guards begin to die at the hands of a secretive assassin.

Let Yourself Go (2017)

Elia (Toni Servillo, "The Great Beauty") is a Jewish psychoanalyst from a purely Freudian school of thought. Due to his austere and detached manner, he is reputed for immediately generating awe in his patients. Elia lives alone in a flat on the same floor as his ex- wife Giovanna, with whom he is still secretly in love. After a minor illness, his doctor prescribes an iron-rich diet and physical activity to lose a few extra kilos. That is how he chances upon Claudia, a personal trainer with the cult of physique but clearly not of mind...

Incidencias (2015)

Passengers begin to confront each other when their train breaks down in the middle of nowhere.

The Anderssons in Greece (2012)

The Anderssons in Greece (Swedish: Sune i Grekland) is a Swedish children's comedy film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 2012, and originally planned for 2011 and thought to be set in Cyprus and not Greece. The film is based on the book Sune i Grekland of the Sune book series and was recorded in Rhodos Sunwing Resort Kallithea and in Stockholm. The film was seen by more than 500,000 cinema visotors.