Chasy bez strelok (2000)
Before Your Eyes (2009)
Min Dît: The Children of Diyarbakır (Kurdish: Min Dît; Turkish: Ben Gördüm; both meaning I saw) is a 2009 Kurdish-language Turkish drama film, written, produced and directed by German-based Kurdish filmmaker Miraz Bezar, based on a story co-written with Alevi-Kurdish journalist and short-story writer Evrim Alataş, about street children in the eastern Turkish city of Diyarbakır. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on April 2, 2010 (2010-04-02), was the first Turkish film produced in the Kurdish language and won awards at film festivals in San Sebastian, where it premiered, Antalya and Istanbul.
V nebe 'Nochnye vedmy' (1981)
Serrat y Sabina: el símbolo y el cuate (2013)
Finn und der Weg zum Himmel (2012)
Monica's Gang in an Adventure in Time (2007)
An Adventure Through Time (of Portuguese, Uma Aventura no Tempo) is a 2007 Brazilian animated film based on the Monica's Gang comic books. The film was directed and co-written by Mauricio de Sousa, creator of over two hundred characters featured in the comic books.
7 Plus Seven (1970)
Director Michael Apted revisits the same group of British-born children after a 7 year wait.
Streisand: Live in Concert (2009)
Queer City (2016)
Dabl trabl (2015)
Maravilla, a Fighter Inside and Outside the Ring (2014)
Twin Sisters (2013)
Twin Sisters is a 2013 documentary film, directed by Mona Friis Bertheussen and produced by Moment Film. The film won the Audience Award at the 2013 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam. Twin Sisters went on to win 10 other awards and has been broadcast by more than thirty television channels reaching millions of people worldwide.
Nine Types of Light (2011)
Sugar Wars - The Rise of the Cleveland Mafia (2012)
Angelo Lonardo grew up in the wealthy neighborhood of Shaker Heights, his father was a powerful man and the first "Mafia Boss" of the city. After his father was murdered by a member of the rival Porello crime family in 1929, 18 year-old Angelo swore revenge. He later joined the Cleveland Crime Family, working his way up to underboss in 1976. After his arrest in 1983 on drug charges,and fearing life behind bars, he became a government informant and testified against his former colleagues. He remains one of the highest ranking mob bosses to breach the vow of "omerta" in becoming a federal witness. He emerged from the Federal Witness Protection Program inn the early 1990's, and returned home to Cleveland to tell his story.
Screamadelica Live (2011)
Elvis Costello and the Imposters: Live in Memphis (2004)
Cowboy Camembert (2018)
72hrs the Hague: Western (2018)
Kate Bush: Under Review (2006)
Mozart l'opéra Rock 3D (2011)
America's Flying Aces: The Blue Angels 50th Anniversary (1996)
The Archive (2008)
Transfigurations: Transgressing Gender in the Bible (2017)
Beethoven Missa Solemnis (2012)
Concerto: One Night in Central Park (2011)
Dragons and Rings (2007)
The People at No. 19 (1949)
A Light in the Darkness: Part One (2012)
Un jour ça ira (2018)
Call of Duty: Operation Kingfish (2011)
Oedipo alcalde (1996)
Oedipus Mayor (Spanish: Edipo alcalde) is a 1996 Colombian film, produced by Tomás Zapata and Jorge Sánchez, directed by Jorge Alí Triana. Set in strife-ridden, 20th-century Colombia, the film is a modern-day interpretation of Sophocles' classical Greek tragedy Oedipus Rex. The film was selected as the Colombian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 69th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Thérèse Desqueyroux is a 1962 French film directed by Georges Franju, based on the novel of the same name by François Mauriac. Written by Franju and François Mauriac and Claude Mauriac, it stars Emmanuelle Riva and Philippe Noiret. Riva won Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, the Étoile de Cristal award for Best Actress, and the Silver Goddess Award from the Mexican Cinema Journalists for her performance.
Magnet of Doom (1963)
Magnet of Doom (French: L'Aîné des Ferchaux) is a 1963 French film, directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, based on the novel of the same title by Georges Simenon.
Freddy, die Gitarre und das Meer (1959)
Freddy, the Guitar and the Sea (German: Freddy, die Gitarre und das Meer) is a 1959 West German musical film directed by Wolfgang Schleif and starring Freddy Quinn, Corny Collins and Sabine Sesselmann.
07 con el 2 delante (Agente: Jaime Bonet) (1966)
Bebê Mais: Bichos (2003)
A Quest for the TV Remote (2018)
ZZ Top: Greatest Hits (1992)
Crooked Candy (2014)
The Visible Compendium (1991)
The Secret Santa (2014)
My New Picture (2007)
Fifteen Wives (1934)
Fifteen Wives is a 1934 American mystery film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Conway Tearle, Natalie Moorhead and Raymond Hatton.
The Next Kill (2018)
The Billion Dollar Bust (2018)
The Blair Witch Legacy Fan Film (2018)
El Closet (2018)
Sightseeing Through Whisky (1907)
Polish Jew (1931)
Das Mädchen mit den Katzenaugen (1958)
They Call It an Accident (1982)
Kuzhandaiyum Deivamum (1965)
Kuzhandaiyum Deivamum (English: Child and God) is a 1965 Tamil film directed by the duo Krishnan-Panju, starring Jaishankar, Jamuna and Kutty Padmini. An adaptation of 1953 British comedy Twice Upon a Time and Disney's The Parent Trap (1961)( both are adaptation of German novel Lottie and Lisa), the film tells a story of twin girls bringing together their separated parents. The film, produced by AVM Productions and featuring music by M. S. Viswanathan, released on 19 November 1965. It was a big financial success, leading to remakes into Telugu as Letha Manasulu (1966), Hindi as Do Kaliyaan (1967)., in Malayalam as Sethubandhanam and in Kannada as Makkala Bhagya.
Flame On (2011)
Tara Reata (2018)
Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime (2001)
Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime is a 2001 American documentary film in which actors William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy discuss the Star Trek science fiction franchise and its effects on their lives. Shatner and Nimoy portrayed the characters James T. Kirk and Spock respectively in the 1960s Star Trek television series, the 1970s animated television series, and their film sequels. They talk about differences they had with Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, and about the strained relationships between Shatner and some of the other cast members. It was in this film that Nimoy first publicly revealed that he had struggled with alcoholism while he was acting in the original television series. Shatner talks about the death of his third wife, Nerine Kidd, who accidentally drowned in a pool in 1999 after suffering from alcoholism.
Mind Meld was produced to advertise Shatner's personal website. Filming took place at Nimoy's home on September 5, 2001, and Billy West narrated the title sequence. The film's title refers to a fictional practice in Star Trek—a mind meld is a telepathic link that Vulcans are able to create with other organisms. Mind Meld was released for sale on Shatner's website on November 6, 2001, coinciding with the release of the director's cut of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Mind Meld attracted some notoriety because of an unintended sound in one scene that became a popular subject of flatulence humor among Star Trek fans and on morning zoo radio programs. Shatner denied being the source of this sound in multiple interviews; he and Mind Meld's director, Peter Jaysen, attributed it to equipment on set.
The film received mixed reviews from critics. Scott Brown of Entertainment Weekly gave the film an "F", and said that the only people likely to watch the film were extreme Star Trek fans and people interested in hearing Shatner's supposed flatulence. Laurence Lerman of Video Business praised the film for not "rehash[ing] anecdotes that have long been staples of Star Trek conventions and behind-the-scenes memoirs", and instead for dealing with such topics as alcoholism, career difficulties, and conflicts on the set of Star Trek.
The Billion Dollar Car (2014)
I'm Married, Ha Ha (1962)
Zlateh the Goat (1973)
Toto vs. the Black Pirate (1964)
Toto vs. the Black Pirate (Italian: Totò contro il pirata nero) is a 1964 Italian adventure-comedy film written and directed by Fernando Cerchio.
Ninaivil Nindraval (2014)
Hype Nation 3D (2014)
Due cuori, una cappella (1975)
Due cuori, una cappella is a 1975 Italian comedy film directed by Maurizio Lucidi.
Atrapados en el miedo (1985)
Iron Girl: Ultimate Weapon (2015)
Breaking the Cycle (2013)
Michael Schenker's Temple of Rock: On a Mission - Live in Madrid (2016)
Mickey Hart: Innovators in Music (2013)
Beartooth: Live in Columbus (2017)
Beartooth: Live in Columbus includes 14 live performances spanning their catalog, along with commentary from each band member as they describe their journey as musicians.
Seiji Ozawa at the Matsumoto Festival (2017)
Seiji Ozawa is not only a world-famous Japanese conductor, but also a founder and director of the Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto, home of the Saito Kinen Orchestra, which in 2015 was renamed the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival (OMF). In this all-Beethoven program, Ozawa conducts the popular Beethoven Symphonies Nos. 2 & 7, performed with his fellow colleagues of the Saito Kinen Orchestra.
Celibidache Conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker (2012)
In 1992, the revered conductor Sergiu Celibidache returned to conduct the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time in thirty-eight years. This stupendous event was to be his final concert with the famous orchestra, and it is the only video recording in existence of Celibidache conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker. Bruckner’s majestic Symphony No. 7 is given an expansive, triumphant performance that fills the Schauspielhaus with rich, ripe and burnished sound. To maximise the artistic impact of this momentous occasion, the video assets have been restored and upscaled from 4:3 to 16:9. Recorded live in the Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 31 March and 1 April 1992, directed by Rodney Greenberg. Includes the 54 mins. Documentary ‘The Triumphant Return’ directed by Wolfgang Becker. The film documents the maestro Celibidache’s reunion with the Berliner Philharmoniker after 38 years, and includes extensive footage from the rehearsals of Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 and interviews with former orchestra members. Released on EuroArts’s new sub-label: Recorded Excellence – Historical Value.
The 12 Cellists (2012)
Since 1972 the 12 Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker have been a prominent institution in international musical life. Whether they’re playing classical music, jazz, tango or avant-garde, listeners around the world are invariably fascinated by the wide range of the unique and intoxicating timbres that these twelve cellos can produce. Their mixture of seriousness and humor, of depth and lightness, appeals to audiences of all ages. Among the contemporary composers who have written works especially for the “12” are Boris Blacher, Jean Françaix, Iannis Xenakis, Arvo Pärt, and Tan Dun. The documentary by Enrique Sánchez Lansch portrays the ensemble of the 12 Cellists, its history and its individual members. Also available: The 12 Cellists: The 40th Anniversary Concert.
The Great Outdoors: Ten (2012)
It has been TEN years and TGO is still going strong. Over the last decade the riders, format, and the teams have changed, but the passion of the sport remains the same.
Jacques Loussier: "Play Bach and More" (2005)
In 1959, Jacques Loussier hit upon the idea that was to make his international reputation, by combining his interest in jazz with his love of J.S. Bach. Only a pianist with such an exceptional classical technique and deft improvisatory skill could have nurtured such a vision. He founded the Play Bach Trio, which used Bach's compositions as the basis for jazz improvisation. The trio immediately caught the public imagination. In their live appearances, tours and concerts, plus a succession of recordings built on the cornerstone of four albums made between 1960 and 1963, Loussier's group achieved the breakthrough to popular commercial success enjoyed by only a select few jazz musicians. In fifteen years, the trio sold over six million albums! On July 28th 2004, the day of Bach's 254th anniversary of death, the Jacques Loussier Trio perform a special concert at the famous St. Thomas Church of Leipzig - the city where Bach composed many of his most famous works.
Philharmonic Berlin 2014 (2014)
Both come from Buenos Aires, both have made global careers for themselves. Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim are not only fellow countrymen; they also both began to give concerts in their youth, as soloists and with an orchestra. In addition, the two have a particular interest in chamber music in common - the repertoire spanning from the classics to modernism. They now appear together: a summit meeting of two of the most eminent pianists of the past few decades and of the present.
Lucerne Festival 2006: Abbado conducts Mahler 6 (2007)
“The Lucerne Festival Orchestra is like a holiday camp, but for adult musicians,” is how the Berliner Tagesspiegel describes the special atmosphere of Lucerne in the summer. In August 2006 for the fourth time, first class musicians answered the call of the orchestra’s founder Claudio Abbado. In the architecturally spectacular concert hall (KKL) numerous prominent soloists sat by each other as if they had never heard of a “featured soloist” or “exclusive contract” – among them Kolja Blacher (concertmaster of the LFO), the clarinettist Sabine Meyer, the trumpeter Reinhold Friedrich or the cellist Natalia Gutman. This year Claudio Abbado added a new instalment to his Mahler cycle: the 6th Symphony. Over the last few years EuroArts has also filmed Abbado and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra’s performances of Mahlers 2nd, 5th and 7th Symphonies.
Sol Gabetta Sir Simon Rattle in Baden-Baden 2014 (2014)
Sol Gabetta’s debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Easter Festival 2014 in Baden-Baden stood under the sign of contrast: Beginning with Wagner’s Lohengrin and György Ligeti’s orchestral piece Atmosphères they show how they both pursue similar objectives in different ways – that of an iridescent, otherworldly sound
Elgar’s warm and melodically charged Cello Concerto is contrasted with Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du Printemps, an entirely progressive piece that pushes the conventional boundaries of classical music.
“Sol Gabetta’s Elgar Concerto is one of the best around, a heartfelt, tonally rounded performance …. Hers is a softly spoken presence, especially beautiful in those infinitely sad modulations that fall towards the end of the piece.” - Gramophone magazine
Project Acheron: Patagonia (2015)
This documentary follows four elite athletes as they traverse the beautiful and wild terrain of Patagonia. Led by two American Navy SEALs and a Patagonian guide, the team undergoes a physical and spiritual transformation that they never expected.
Gall Force: Earth Chapter (1989)
Deconstructing The Beatles' Rubber Soul (2017)
In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task—produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums—Rubber Soul. They even had time to create a double A-side single, “We Can Work It Out” backed by “Day Tripper.” Both sides of the single, as well as the album, hit number one on the charts.
In Deconstructing The Beatles' Rubber Soul, composer/producer Scott Freiman walks Beatles fans young and old through the creation of Rubber Soul. Learn the stores behind the creation of “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man,” and other classic Beatles songs. Mr. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions.
National Memorial Day Concert (2015)
The Art Of Villainy (2016)
Winter Wind (1969)
Eternity Has No Door of Escape: Encounters with Outsider Art (2018)
ETERNITY HAS NO DOOR OF ESCAPE traces the tumultuous history of art brut (translated in English as outsider art) and introduces us to its pivotal figures, including psychiatrist and art collector Dr. Hans Prinzhorn and Surrealist artist and writer André Breton.
Using a treasure trove of rare archival footage, the film brings viewers to the places and institutions where the history of outsider art unfolded and continues to unfold today. ETERNITY HAS NO DOOR OF ESCAPE invites viewers to lose themselves in worlds beyond logic and reason and in the works of artists including Adolf Wölﬂi, Aloïse Corbaz, Augustin Lesage and August Natterer. This film introduces enigmatic, challenging creators and draws attention to a fascinating realm too often overlooked by history.
Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons (1981)
Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons is a short film made by Walt Disney Productions' educational media division, released on September 6, 1981.
(Blooper) Bunny! (1991)
(Blooper) Bunny is an eight-minute Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon, with music by George Daugherty, produced in 1991 by Warner Bros. Animation. Featuring the voice talents of Jeff Bergman and Gordon Hunt, the short is a parody of some of the specials produced for Bugs Bunny's 50th anniversary the previous year. The short never received its intended theatrical release and was shelved for several years. It was finally given a television premiere on June 13, 1997, after Cartoon Network discovered the film sitting unseen in the vaults. It is featured on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 as of 2003.
Porky's Snooze Reel (1941)
Porky's Baseball Broadcast (1940)
Screwball Squirrel (1944)
A screwy squirrel provokes a pedigreed birddog to chase him throughout the picture.
Moonlight Sonata II: The Street Sweepers (1991)
Survivors of the Holocaust (1996)