Venus In Furs (1995)

Venus in Furs is a 1995 film by filmmakers and independent art-house Dutch film producers Maartje Seyferth and Victor Nieuwenhuijs and it was their first feature film. The film has been shot on black-and-white 35mm film.

Puli (2015)

Puli (English: Tiger) is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language fantasy action adventure film written and directed by Chimbu Deven. The film features Vijay in a dual role alongside Shruthi Haasan, Hansika Motwani and Sridevi. Sudeep features as the main antagonist of the film including Prabhu and Nandita Swetha in supporting roles. The film is dubbed into Telugu and Hindi languages simultaneously. Both the Telugu and Hindi versions were released a day later on 2 October 2015. Produced by Vijay's public relations officer Selvakumar, the film has music composed by Devi Sri Prasad, Natarajan Subramaniam as the cinematographer and has T. Muthuraj as the production designer. After beginning pre-production works in early 2013, the film began its shoot in November 2014. The film was released on 1 October 2015 to mixed reviews and was averageat the overseas box office but disaster in domestic box office. The film was appreciated by the film critics as a visual treat but criticized for its screenplay.

The Fleet's In (1942)

The Fleet's In (1942) is a movie musical produced by Paramount Pictures, directed by Victor Schertzinger, and starring Dorothy Lamour and William Holden. Although sharing the title of the 1928 Paramount film starring Clara Bow and Jack Oakie, it was not a remake. It was actually the second film version of the 1933 Kenyon Nicholson–Charles Robinson stage play Sailor, Beware!, enlivened with songs by Schertzinger and lyricist Johnny Mercer. The score includes the popular hits "Tangerine", and "I Remember You". Jimmy Dorsey and his band are prominently featured in the movie. Supporting cast members include Eddie Bracken, singers Betty Jane Rhodes and Cass Daley, and Betty Hutton in her film debut. The former silent film actress Barbara Kent is uncredited by name in this film, but the uncredit-credit belongs to another younger English actress called Barbara Kent, born 1921.

Cathy's Child (1979)

Cathy's Child is a 1979 Australian film, directed by Donald Crombie and starring Michele Fawdon, Alan Cassell and Bryan Brown.

For My Baby (2000)

A woman (Juliet Aubrey) falls for a stand-up comedian (Alan Cumming) who dresses like his dead sister to please his hospitalized mother.

Black Mountain (1971)

Alone with her dog and hapless one-eyed husband, a woman (Liya Ai) runs an isolated Chinese inn during World War II. One day two porters arrive, kill her spouse and take over the property. Violent "Big Brother" (Zhao Xiaorui) is determined to forcibly make the woman his, while his gentler companion, "Sixth Brother" (Xie Yuan), wins her over with kindness. The rising tension between the two men is set aside in favor of national unity when Japanese soldiers arrive to conquer the territory.

Movie (2011)

Rather than complete his latest picture, a filmmaker goes on the run and meets a sexy young woman and a hitchhiker.

5 Years After the Fall (2016)

With the world's food and water contaminated, people have become savage. An idealistic man who is attempting to reach one of the few remaining cities is attacked and surrounded in an abandoned house.

No Substitute for Victory (1970)

Utilizing the DVD format to its fullest, viewers will enjoy a unique and educational experience by being able to switch between past and current interview footage with the touch of a single button. Hosted by John Wayne, the original No Substitute for Vict

Unmade Beds (1997)

Unmade Beds is a 1997 art house film by the British director Nicholas Barker set in the United States. It shows the lives of four New York singles, playing themselves. It won the Bronze Horse prize for best 1997 feature film in the Stockholm International Film Festival.

Not Dead Enough (2005)

A young woman moves into an old house and gets more than she bargained for when she learns that it is haunted by a dead convict.

Quiet Kill (2004)

Quiet Kill...AKA ...Nightmare Boulevard is a 2004 film directed by Mark Jones. It stars Corbin Bernsen and Claudia Christian.

The Stepford Husbands (1996)

The Stepford Husbands is a 1996 American made-for-television thriller-drama film inspired by the Ira Levin novel The Stepford Wives. It was directed by Fred Walton with a screenplay by brothers Ken Wheat and Jim Wheat and starring Donna Mills, Michael Ontkean, Cindy Williams, Sarah Douglas and Louise Fletcher. It is the third in a series of sequels inspired by the 1972 novel and the original 1975 film The Stepford Wives.

Weaverfish (2013)

After a group of friends have a swimming party, headaches and heartaches give way to a terrifying race back to civilization as a deadly virus takes hold.

The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird (1953)

Wonderbird helps a chimney sweep and a shepherdess escape from a dictator.

While Paris Sleeps (1932)

(for a lost 1923 film of a like name see While Paris Sleeps) While Paris Sleeps is a 1932 dramatic film directed by Allan Dwan.

The Darklings (1999)

A bedridden boy (Ryan de Boer) tries to convince his grandmother that he witnessed a woman's (Suzanne Somers) murder in a new neighbor's (Timothy Busfield) home.

Hitchhike to Happiness (1945)

Hitchhike to Happiness is a 1945 musical that was nominated at the 18th Academy Awards in the category of Best Musical score. Which Morton Scott was nominated for.

The Wild Blue Yonder (1951)

The Wild Blue Yonder (a.k.a. The Wild Blue Yonder, The Story of the B-29 Superfortress) is a 1951 war film directed by Allan Dwan. (The film was re-released in 1958.) The film stars Wendell Corey, Vera Ralston, Forrest Tucker and Phil Harris. Wild Blue Yonder deals with the Boeing B-29 Superfortress air raids on Japan during World War II.

The Unbeatables (2015)

Table-soccer figurines come to life to battle a bully who wants to destroy them.

Son of a Sailor (1933)

Son of a Sailor is a 1933 American comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon and written by Alfred A. Cohn, Paul Girard Smith, Ernest Pagano and H. M. Walker. The film stars Joe E. Brown, Jean Muir, Frank McHugh, Thelma Todd, Johnny Mack Brown and Sheila Terry. The film was released by Warner Bros. on December 23, 1933.

From Bedrooms to Billions (2014)

From Bedrooms to Billions is a 2014 documentary film by British filmmakers Anthony and Nicola Caulfield that tells the story of the British video games industry from 1979 to the present day. The film focuses on how the creativity and vision of a relatively small number of individuals allowed the UK to play a key, pioneering role in the shaping of the billion dollar video games industry which today dominates the modern world's entertainment landscape. The film features interviews with major British game designers, journalists and musicians from across the last 30 years. The filmmakers originally conceived of the project as a three-part television series, but were unable to garner interest from either the BBC or Channel 4, both of which considered the project "too niche." So the team, inspired by earlier success with their 2010 film Burlesque Undressed, turned instead to crowd funding. The Caulfields raised approximately £80,000 through two rounds of crowd funding with Indiegogo and Kickstarter generating donations of $37,000 and £60,000 respectively. Further funds have been raised through direct donations, pre-orders for DVDs and soundtrack CDs via the From Bedrooms To Billions website which has allowed them to produce the film independently. From Bedrooms to Billions was originally scheduled for release on 30 May 2014. The digital version was eventually launched on 3 October 2014. with DVD & Blu-ray versions released in March 2015.

American Wilderness (1970)

The survey includes a giant polar bear, wild stallions, bighorn sheep, rams butting and bear cubs playing.

Special Effects: Anything Can Happen (1996)

Special Effects: Anything Can Happen is an American documentary film directed by Academy Award-winning sound designer Ben Burtt and narrated by John Lithgow. It was released to IMAX theaters in 1996.

Sobre ella (2013)

For some, life is a party full of joy, music and dance. Sobre Ella is just that: a colorful photograph, with textures, lights and shadows.

Flash and the Firecat (1976)

Two thrill-seekers team up for a high-speed joyride that arouses the attention of an army of police officers.

The Delicious Little Devil (1919)

The Delicious Little Devil is a 1919 American silent comedy-drama film starring Mae Murray and Rudolph Valentino. A 35 mm print of the film is housed at the EYE Film Instituut Nederland, Nederlands Filmmuseum.

Woman's World (1954)

Woman's World, also known as A Woman's World, is a 1954 Technicolor drama film about corporate America. Three men compete for the top job at a large company.

The Shop (2014)

Friends get into trouble when one inherits his uncle's Mustang and finds $20 million in diamonds in the engine.

Ride a Violent Mile (1957)

Ride a Violent Mile is a 1957 American Western film directed by Charles Marquis Warren and written by Eric Norden. The film stars John Agar, Penny Edwards, John Pickard, Bing Russell, Richard Shannon and Charles H. Gray. The film was released on November 24, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.

Lucky Loser (2012)

Filip ruins everything he touches but sets out with a compulsive liar to find a better fortune. The journey is muddled by all the lies until Filip saves his beloved Hanicka from an evil man.

Hobgoblins (1988)

Hobgoblins is a 1988 American low-budget independent comedy horror film directed, written, and produced by Rick Sloane, who also served as cinematographer and editor. The plot concerns small, often considered cheaply designed and made hobgoblins (small demon like mythical and goblin-like creatures). Often seen as a rip-off of "every small monster movie," but mainly Gremlins, the film is generally considered to be of exceptionally poor quality, and has come to be regarded as one of the worst films ever made. It has become a cult film because of its poor quality, and earned infamy after it was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Highway Dragnet (1954)

Highway Dragnet is a 1954 film noir B film crime film directed by Nathan Juran from a story by U.S. Anderson and Roger Corman. The film stars Richard Conte, Joan Bennett and Wanda Hendrix.

Eyam (2013)

Seven camp counselors barricade themselves at a Quaker camp after a plague kills everyone they know.

The Big Frame (1952)

The Lost Hours, released in the United States as The Big Frame, is a 1952 British film noir directed by David MacDonald and starring Mark Stevens and Jean Kent. It was made at Denham Studios.

Princesse Tam-Tam (1935)

Princess Tam Tam is a 1935 French black-and-white film which stars Josephine Baker as a local Tunisian girl who is educated and then introduced to Parisian high society. Baker sings two songs, "Dream Ship" and "Neath the Tropical Blue Skies", in the film, and dances a number of times.

When Night Falls (2007)

When Night Falls is a 2007 New Zealand feature film written and directed by Alex Galvin and starring Tania Nolan, Rosella Hart, Sylvia Rands, Kevin Keys and Gerald Bryan. The film was released theatrically in New Zealand on 20 September 2007. It was released in the United States and Canada through E1 Entertainment on 12 January 2010. When Night Falls is a thriller set in 1932 about two nurses trapped in a country mansion with their invalid patient whilst a killer is on the loose in the area. Conscious of the potential danger, both nurses make sure that the house is locked and secure. However, as the night progresses, strange things begin to happen. Objects appear to have moved without explanation, and noises are heard where all should be still. Are the nurses so on edge that their minds are playing tricks on them? Or could their worst fears be true, and someone else is in the house?

The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? (2010)

A lucrative association has developed between pharmaceutical manufacturers and the psychiatric profession.

Watchusdie.Com (2001)

A house populated by eight lovely ladies can be spied upon at all times.

The Suffering (2016)

The Suffering is a 2016 American horror/thriller film directed by Robert Hamilton, co-written by Hamilton and Marco Scola, and starring Phil Amico, Nick Apostolides, and Liz Christmas. It was released in the United States on July 29, 2016.

The Village (1953)

The Village is a 1953 Swiss drama film directed by Leopold Lindtberg.

Chung Kuo - Cina (1972)

Chung Kuo, Cina is a 1972 Italian documentary directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. It focuses primarily on the lives of contemporary working class Chinese people.

Good Mourning, Lucille (2014)

A young woman investigates her twin sister's killer and captures the suspects on camera.

Dutch Kills (2015)

A desperate ex-con is forced to gather his old crew for one last job to pay off his sister's debt to a dangerous local criminal.

Dol (2007)

On his wedding day a man must flee through several countries to safety.

Survivor (1987)

A space-shuttle astronaut (Chip Mayer) sees total U.S./Soviet nuclear war from space, then returns to Earth.

Fire! (1990)

Fire! is a 1991 Malian drama film directed by Adama Drabo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.

The Train (1973)

The Train (French: Le Train) is a 1973 Franco–Italian film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Georges Simenon.

The Dog in the Manger (1996)

The Dog in the Manger (Spanish: El perro del hortelano) is a 1996 Spanish film directed by Pilar Miró and based on an homonymous play by Lope de Vega.

Going Straight (1916)

Going Straight is a 1916 American silent crime drama film directed by C.M. Franklin and S.A. Franklin. The film stars Norma Talmadge and is one of the few films featuring her that still exists.

Helsinki-Naples All Night Long (1987)

Helsinki Napoli All Night Long (also released as Helsinki – Napoli) is a gangster-comedy film written, directed and produced by Mika Kaurismäki. The film was released in Italy as Napoli–Berlino – Un taxi nella notte, with Berlin replacing Helsinki in the title.

Halfway Home (2011)

War veterans, military experts and mental-health workers discuss the difficulties that soldiers often face when they return home from war.

Dimension 5 (1966)

Justin Power (Jeffrey Hunter), an American intelligence agent, aided by Kitty (France Nuyen), a Chinese-American female agent is in a desperate race against time to save Los Angeles from atomic destruction. Using a time-traveling belt, the duo battles an evil organization lead by Big Buddha (Harold Sakata, Oddjob of Goldfinger) with plans to import the bomb and destroy the city of angels.

Citizen (2001)

Citizen is an Indian 2001 Tamil action thriller film written and directed by Saravana Subbiah and produced by S. S. Chakravarthy. The film features Ajith Kumar in four roles with Meena, Vasundhara Das and Nagma playing the supporting roles. The film's score and soundtrack were composed by Deva, and cinematography was handled by Ravi K. Chandran. The film was declared Hit at the box office.

Sweethearts on Parade (1953)

Sweethearts on Parade is a 1953 American drama film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Houston Branch. The film stars Ray Middleton, Lucille Norman, Eileen Christy, Bill Shirley, Estelita Rodriguez and Clinton Sundberg. The film was released on July 15, 1953, by Republic Pictures.

Domain of the Damned (2007)

An unconnected group of people find themselves drawn together at a haunted attraction on the side of a highway, only to realize that the very gates of hell await them inside.

Miss Tatlock's Millions (1948)

Miss Tatlock's Millions is an American screwball comedy film directed by Richard Haydn in 1948.

Lockdown, USA (2006)

Officials and activists try to repeal the Rockefeller drug laws.

Unfair Competition (2001)

Unfair Competition (Italian: Concorrenza sleale) is a 2001 Italian drama film directed by Ettore Scola. It was filmed in Cinecittà and some of its sets were used by Martin Scorsese in Gangs of New York, as Ettore Scola said in Néstor Birri's book.

Clubhouse Detectives in Big Trouble (2002)

In need of cash to decorate their hut, young sleuths (Jonathan Cronin, Brittany Armstrong) use a map to search for treasure.

Happy Mother's Day, Love George (1973)

Happy Mother's Day, Love George is a 1973 American mystery film produced and directed by Darren McGavin. The film stars Patricia Neal, Cloris Leachman, Bobby Darin, Tessa Dahl, Ron Howard, Kathie Browne, Joe Mascolo, Simon Oakland, and Thayer David.

Killer Mccoy (1947)

Killer McCoy is a 1947 American film about a boxer. It is a remake of The Crowd Roars (1938).

The Last Word (1979)

The Last Word is a 1979 film starring Richard Harris. It was the last movie directed by Roy Boulting. It was also known as The Numbers.

I Deal In Danger (1966)

I Deal in Danger is a 1966 American DeLuxe Color spy film compiled from the first four episodes of a television series, Blue Light, which aired on ABC-TV in early 1966. Directed by Walter Grauman, it starred Robert Goulet as David March, an Allied spy in Nazi Germany during World War II. He is aided by a French agent, Susanne Duchard, played by Christine Carère.

Sword of the Beast (1965)

Legendary swordplay filmmaker Hideo Gosha's Sword of the Beast chronicles the flight of the low-level swordsman Gennosuke, who kills one of his ministers as part of a reform plot. His former comrades then turn on him, and this betrayal so shakes his sense of honor that he decides to live in the wild, like an animal. There he joins up with a motley group who are illegally mining the shogun’s gold, and, with the aid of another swordsman, gets a chance not just at survival but to recover his name and honor.

The Bravos (1972)

In the made-for-television western, George Peppard (The A-Team) stars as Major John Harkness, the beleaguered commander of an isolated frontier cavalry post in the midst of a Kiowa Indian rebellion. He must protect his fort and the wagon train passengers sheltered within, even as he searches for his kidnapped son. Filmed in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. The Bravos co-stars Pernell Roberts (Bonanza), Belinda Montgomery (Miami Vice) and Joaquin Martinez (Die Another Day).

Clockmaker (1998)

A teenager and his friends must travel to the past to repair a rip in the fabric of the space-time continuum.

Three Little Sisters (1944)

Three Little Sisters is a 1944 American comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and written by Olive Cooper. The film stars Mary Lee, Ruth Terry, Cheryl Walker, William Terry, Jackie Moran and Charles Arnt. The film was released on July 31, 1944, by Republic Pictures.

Trekoff: The Motion Picture (2016)

The crew from the podcast takes its show on the road.

Blood of My Blood (2015)

Blood of My Blood (Italian: Sangue del mio sangue) is a 2015 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio. It was screened in the main competition section of the 72nd Venice International Film Festival and in the Masters section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

Fighting Youth (1935)

Fighting Youth is a 1935 American drama film directed by Hamilton MacFadden and written by Henry Johnson, Hamilton MacFadden and newspaper reporter Florabel Muir. The film stars Charles Farrell, June Martel, Andy Devine, J. Farrell MacDonald, Ann Sheridan and Edward Nugent. The film was released on November 1, 1935, by Universal Pictures.

The Crazy-Quilt (1966)

When the grounded Henry (Tom Rosqui) meets the freewheeling Lorabella (Ina Mela), he is smitten and the two get married. But wedded bliss does not follow as Lorabella struggles to find her place in the union. After Lorabella suffers a miscarriage, the marriage is further strained. In search of her own freedom, Lorabella separates from Henry and takes a number of lovers, but still thinks about the man she left behind and whether she was really meant to be with him after all.

Re-Generation (2004)

A doctor (Peter Stebbings) travels to a remote Canadian town to restore limbs to the cherished daughter (Ingrid Veninger) of an unprincipled man.

Little Accident (1939)

A newsman (Hugh Herbert) posing as a baby expert finds an abandoned baby girl (Baby Sandy) on his desk.

Brash Young Turks (2016)

Brash Young Turks is a 2016 coming-of-age British crime film directed by Naeem Mahmood and co-directed by his brother Ash Mahmood that tells a fast paced struggle love, crime and power, against all odds. The film stars Melissa Latouche, Paul Chiedozie, Tom Bott, Richard Shelton and Julian Glover among a large ensemble cast. Brash Young Turks premièred at The British Urban Film Festival in September 2015 and was the fastest selling film in the festivals 10 years of existence.

Dead Money (2012)

Four drug kingpins deal with inner turmoil, familial strife, and heightened stakes while taking a chance on a risky business proposition of organ trafficking.

Waterfront Women (1950)

Waterfront is a 1950 British black and white drama film directed by Michael Anderson and starring Robert Newton, Kathleen Harrison and Avis Scott. A sailor abandons his family, in the Liverpool slums. He returns years later causing family frictions. Adapted from the 1934 novel by Liverpool-born writer John Brophy, it was released in the U.S. as Waterfront Women.

Down with Misery (1945)

Down with Misery (Italian: Abbasso la miseria!) is a 1945 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Gennaro Righelli.

Beyond the Divide (2014)

A Vietnam veteran and a peace advocate illuminate a path to healing old wounds from Vietnam.

Seaside (2002)

Seaside (French: Bord de mer) is a 2002 French drama film written and directed by Julie Lopes-Curval. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Caméra d'Or.

The Star Maker (1939)

The Star Maker is a 1939 American musical film directed by Roy Del Ruth and written by Frank Butler, Don Hartman and Arthur Caesar. The film stars Bing Crosby, Louise Campbell, Linda Ware, Ned Sparks, Laura Hope Crews, Janet Waldo and Walter Damrosch. Filming started in Hollywood on April 17, 1939 and was finished in June. The film was released on August 25, 1939, by Paramount Pictures, and had its New York premiere on August 30, 1939. It was the only film in which Crosby played a happily married man.

Shinobi No Mono 3: Resurrection (1963)

Intrepid ninja Ishikawa Goemon escapes a gruesome fate and sets out to seek vengeance on the warlord who tried to boil him alive as the legendary Shinobi No Mono saga continues in this action-packed sequel.

Shinobi No Mono 4: Siege (1964)

The besieged Toyotomi clan in Osaka castle, is all that stands between Tokugawa Ieyasu and complete control of Japan. Ieyasu’s ninja are the only ones who can penetrate the fortress, but unfortunately for Ieyasu, the other Toyotomi ninja can just as easily get out. As armies of samurai maneuver for battle, the fate of the nation will be decided by a desperate struggle in the dark!

The Return of Rin Tin Tin (1947)

The Return of Rin Tin Tin is a 1947 American drama film directed by Max Nosseck and written by Jack DeWitt. The film stars Rin Tin Tin III, Donald Woods, Robert Blake, Claudia Drake, Steve Pendleton and Earle Hodgins. The film was released on November 1, 1947, by Eagle-Lion Films.

Notes on the Popular Arts (1978)

An exploration of American escapism through dream sequences.

Maybe... Maybe Not (1994)

Der bewegte Mann (International title: The Most Desired Man, U.S. title: Maybe ... Maybe Not) is a 1994 German film comedy directed by Sönke Wortmann and starring Til Schweiger, Rufus Beck, Joachim Król and Katja Riemann. The film developed from the comics "Der bewegte Mann" and "Pretty Baby" by Ralf König.

Unkissed Bride (1966)

The Unkissed Bride is a 1966 comedy starring Tommy Kirk. The film is also known as Mother Goose-A-Go-Go.

Mission Mars (1968)

Mission Mars is a 1968 American science fiction film. It was produced by Everett Rosenthal, with a screenplay by Mike St. Clair from a story by Aubrey Wisberg, and directed by Nick Webster.

Hilde's Journey (2004)

A gay carpenter (Oliver Stokowski) is the heir to his former lover's fortune but agrees to give most of it up for the chance to fulfill the man's last wishes.

Island Prey (2005)

The neglected wife (Olivia Hussey) of a powerful businessman (Don Murray) has a one-night stand with an obsessive man.

Evergreen (1934)

Evergreen is a 1934 Gaumont British musical film, starring Jessie Matthews as a music hall singer, based on the 1930 musical Ever Green, also starring Matthews. Matthews had a dual role as both mother and daughter. The film was produced by Michael Balcon and directed by Victor Saville. The music was by Rodgers and Hart.

Lautlos (2004)

Soundless (German: Lautlos) is a 2004 German crime film directed by Mennan Yapo.

Secret (2007)

Secret is a 2007 Taiwanese film. It is the directorial debut feature film of Taiwanese musician Jay Chou, who also stars as the male lead and co-wrote the film. In addition to himself, the film also stars Gwei Lun-mei and Anthony Wong. Filming was conducted at Tamkang High School, New Taipei City, Taiwan, which is also the alma mater of Jay Chou. The budget was about NT$65 million dollars.

Thunder in the Desert (1938)

Thunder in the Desert is a 1938 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by George H. Plympton. The film stars Bob Steele, Louise Stanley, Don Barclay, Ed Brady, Charles King and Horace Murphy. The film was released on March 7, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

The Color of the Clouds (1997)

A series of interconnected stories revolve around a stately country house in Northern Spain. Lola (Julia Gutirrez Caba), the family matriarch, is engaged in a bitter property battle with her son. Tina (Ana Duato), her niece, enlists the help of Valerio (Antonio Valero), an attorney who develops romantic feelings for her. Meanwhile, a child from a broken home (Pedro Barrajon) finds his way to the estate; and a neighboring fisherman also lends a hand by selling drugs found floating in the sea.

Le convoyeur (2004)

Cash Truck (French: Le Convoyeur) is a 2004 French thriller drama film directed by Nicolas Boukhrief.

A Dark Reflection (2015)

A Dark Reflection is a 2015 British independent investigative thriller film directed and produced by former British Airways airline captain Tristan Loraine. Billed as Erin Brockovich meets All the President's Men and as a fact-based investigative thriller, the film is based on the director's own experience as a commercial pilot. The film was made largely by volunteers with funding from unions, passenger groups and concerned aviation figures. It is said to be based on actual events surrounding the issue of Aerotoxic Syndrome. The film involves an air traffic controller who is suspended after a serious in-flight incident, and a series of cover-ups dating back decades.

The Authentic Trial of Carl Emmanuel Jung (1967)

The imaginary trial of a fake war criminal.

Casting me... (2012)

Paul, a casting director, makes a film about his job, love life and everything that happens behind the scenes at his casting agency to win back his girlfriend.

La nuit claire (1979)

Julien searches for Anne in a modern retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth.