Céline is a 2008 television film biopic about the life of Canadian singer Celine Dion. The film chronicles Dion's life from a young girl singing in her father's club, right through her career as a worldwide successful singer to the present day. It was directed by Jeff Woolnough.
Barbie's Kenny (2018)
Angad Singh Ranyal: Kaafi Filmy (2019)
Lost and Found (2005)
The Weather Forecast (1983)
Jack and the Beanstalk (1931)
Jack and the Beanstalk is a 1931 Fleischer Studios Talkartoon animated short film starring Bimbo and Betty Boop.
Afterlife (Hungarian: Utóélet) is a 2014 Hungarian comedy film directed by Virág Zomborácz, starring Márton Kristóf and László Gálffi. It tells the story of a young man with mental issues who tries to help his father's ghost to cross to the otherworld.
Shelter: Farewell to Eden (2019)
Ritmo a todo color (1980)
Ritmo a todo color is a 1980 Argentine film.
Die rote Linie - Widerstand im Hambacher Forst (2019)
The Preachers House (2018)
Berlin Calling (2008)
Berlin Calling is a 2008 German tragicomedy directed by Hannes Stöhr. The movie depicts the events following DJ and producer Ickarus's institutionalization for drug abuse.
Ya kukla (2002)
Last Train to Berlin (1971)
The Little Mermaid (1976)
The Little Mermaid is a 1976 Soviet fantasy film directed by Vladimir Bychkov based on the fairy tale of The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen.
Gagarin. Pervyy v kosmose (2013)
Gagarin. Pervyy v kosmose (English DVD title: Gagarin: First in Space) is a 2013 Russian docudrama biopic about the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, and the mission of Vostok 1. It was released by Central Partnership theatrically in Russia on June 6, 2013, and in the United Kingdom on DVD on June 23, 2014 by Entertainment One. The film's running time of 108 minutes approximates the time it took Gagarin to go around the Earth before returning. It stars Yaroslav Zhalnin as Soviet fighter pilot and cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. The film received mixed reviews, with some critics praising the film's acting, direction and storytelling with others touching on the film's "cheap-looking" visual effects. The film received criticism for its state funding and ignoring the aftermath of the flight.
Sleeping Dogs (2012)
Trap City (2021)
The Piano Player (2002)
When a caged force of evil is released to kill again, an assassin trained to take lives is hired to save one. Police suspect the man they have in custody is non other than Christo Nicol, the notorious leader of the South African Mafia. But the only one who can identify him is Robert Nile (Dennis Hopper), a rich and powerful businessman with ties to Africa. Professional hit man Alex Laney (Christopher Lambert) is hired to protect Robert and his daughter from becoming the mob leader's next target, but not before Christo unleashes a relentless force of terror. To survive, Alex must make the ultimate sacrifice, and Robert must make peace with the past.
La partie d'échecs (1994)
Der Bestseller - Wiener Blut (2004)
A Love Story (2014)
Two desperate people, short on money and talent, plan the perfect murder.
Brother Valentine (2015)
A 15-year-old boy murders his older sister.
Exhale: Core Fusion Body Sculpt (2008)
A quarter of a million people have transformed their bodies at Exhale, the exclusive mind/body spa. Now you can get these same results at home. Build a strong core, develop washboard abs, improve posture, and create a tighter, firmer backside with Core Fusion Body Sculpt. This total-body workout employs exercises that tone and sculpt your deepest, hard-to-reach muscles so it's more efficient and effective than traditional strength training. You'll use your own body weight as resistance and small hand weights to really challenge and build your muscles. Segmented into five focused workouts of just 10 minutes each, these exercises target the whole body, from arms and shoulders to glutes, hips, thighs, and abs. The unique Core Fusion program will strengthen your body, quiet your mind, and improve your overall well-being while redefining your physique from head to toe.
Yes Acoustic (2004)
On January 26th 2004, a 75 minute version of the film Yesspeak was premiered. Following this live broadcast, the fans in the cinemas were treated to a live performance from Yes. For the first time, the Yes classic line-up of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Alan White and Rick Wakeman, performed 'live and unplugged'. This is the recording of that digital transmission...YES ACOUSTIC!
The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg (1980)
This is a short comedy movie inspired by a Mark Twain story.
A stranger arrives in the town of Hadleyburg. He carries a sack of gold and claims he wants to know who gave it to him. He says he knows the person is a resident of this small town because of a note left inside the sack. He will return the gold to whoever gave it to him but they must tell him what the note says.
The people of this town claim they are honest people. They do not recognize this stranger who has been among them before and found them less than honest.
The Big Space Shuttle (1997)
Part of the award-winning BIG Adventure Series from Little Mammoth Media! BLAST OFF with the astronauts of the Space Shuttle on a real mission! Experience what it is like to work and live in outer space. LEARN all about the Space Shuttle program. Visit the launch pad, the rockets, astronaut training, and Mission Control. DISCOVER what scientists are learning about our universe, and see the world's largest radio telescope!
Food Chains (2014)
From Eva Longoria and Eric Schlosser, producer of Food Inc and Fast Food Nation, comes a powerful and shocking expose about what feeds our country. This powerful true story of one small group of workers overcoming corporate greed to end slavery and abuse in America's fields will inspire you to demand your food be fair!
To the Shores of Iwo Jima (1945)
To the Shores of Iwo Jima is a 1945 Kodachrome color short war film produced by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps. It documents the Battle of Iwo Jima, and was the first time that American audiences saw in color the footage of the famous flag raising on Iwo Jima.
Trevor Moore: High in Church (2015)
Trevor Moore, head writer for "The Whitest Kids U' Know" recorded his first solo one-hour special, "High In Church", at The Gramercy Theatre in New York City. Accompanied by a live band, dancing girls and music videos, Trevor performs an hour of brand-new sketches and songs spanning all musical genres. Moore's hilarious and catchy songs cover everything from gay marriage, underage drinking, bullying and a parallel Kitty Universe where all of human history is repeated with cats instead of people.
American Weightlifting (2013)
Weightlifting coaches and athletes in the United States struggle to compete against international competition.
Russell Madness (2015)
A terrier named Russell (Sean Giambrone) is adopted by a family that runs a pro-wrestling arena. With help from a savvy monkey, Russell becomes an amazing wrestler and rockets to the top of the sports world.
It's Only Money (1962)
A hapless television repairman, Lester March (Jerry Lewis) aspires to be a private investigator like his friend, Pete Flint (Jesse White). When Lester catches wind of an elderly electronics mogul (Mae Questel) who is searching for her nephew, he decides to try his hand at sleuthing. Soon Lester, who looks remarkably like the missing man, is involved in a plot to gain the family's riches, and he runs afoul of the scheming lawyer Gregory DeWitt (Zachary Scott).
Caped crusaders are big in movies, and they're also found in reality, as this documentary shows. Interviewees include several self-proclaimed real-life superheroes, like "Zimmer," a gay superhero from Brooklyn, N.Y.; "Mr. Xtreme" and "The Vigilante Spider," who sometimes team up in San Diego; and "Master Legend," who lives in Orlando, Fla., and has an otherwise typical life with his girlfriend. Some take themselves seriously, others don't. But all want to help humanity in their own way.
Island Of Lemurs: Madagascar (2014)
Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman narrates Island of Lemurs: Madagascar, the incredible true story of nature's greatest explorers: lemurs.
Captured with IMAX 3D cameras, the film takes audiences on a spectacular journey to the remote and wondrous world of Madagascar. Lemurs arrived in Madagascar as castaways millions of years ago and evolved into hundreds of diverse species but are now highly endangered.
Join trailblazing scientist Patricia Wright on her lifelong mission to help these strange and adorable creatures survive in the modern world.
Directed by David Douglas and written and produced by Drew Fellman, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is a presentation of Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Entertainment.
Marvin and Jay learn important life lessons from each other.
The Idiot (1958)
The Idiot (Russian: Идиот), is a 1959 Soviet film directed by Ivan Pyryev. It is based on the eponymous novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
The Mistress (1952)
Nights on the Road (German: Nachts auf den Straßen) is a 1952 West German drama film directed by Rudolf Jugert and starring Hans Albers, Hildegard Knef and Lucie Mannheim.
How to Kill a Judge (1975)
International superstar Franco Nero (of DJANGO and DIE HARD 2 fame) stars as Giacomo Solaris, a director whose latest film depicts a prominent Sicilian judge as being on the Mafia's payroll. But when the actual judge is found murdered, Solaris begins his own investigation. Has the Mob found a way to corrupt the nation's top prosecutors? Should Solaris' movie bear some responsibility for the killing? Or will a string of brutal assassinations lead to the most shocking conspiracy of all? Francoise Fabian (BELLE DE JOUR, MADAME CLAUDE) co-stars in this provocative thriller from controversial writer/director Damiano Damiani (CONFESSIONS OF A POLICE CAPTAIN, A BULLET FOR THE GENERAL) that features a searing score by Riz Ortolani (MONDO CANE, KILL BILL) and stands as a startling reflection of Italy's infamous decade of political violence.
A man in chains, a young man who dreams of being part of something, and a militant from an armed group who must wield a cruelty in which he may not believe, are at the center of violence they don't understand.
The 72 Desperate Rebels (1978)
Mercenaries, swordsmen and spies team up to defeat a pirate.
That's Sexploitation! (2013)
From director Frank Henenlotter (BASKET CASE, BRAIN DAMAGE) and co-producer Mike Vraney (the late founder of Something Weird Video) comes the epic documentary critics call “fascinating” (Video Watchdog), “titillating” (Time Out Los Angeles) and “jaw-dropping” (Seattle Weekly): Henenlotter and legendary exploitation monarch David F. Friedman – in his final film appearance – are your hosts for this eye-popping expedition through the world of pre-code peekaboos, stags, sex-hygiene films, goona-goonas, nudie-cuties, roughies, druggies, white-coaters and more, featuring thousands of spicy, steamy and downright sleazy clips from the SWV archives. And if that’s not enough to tickle your pickle, Bonus Features include an additional 2+ hours of rare loops and shorts from five decades of Sexploitation history!
Paper Dream (2012)
A young woman who has dreamed of becoming a mother since she was a young girl is dealt a crushing blow.
Bus Driver (2016)
A school bus pulls over to fix a blown tire and inadvertently interrupts a drug operation. Now, the driver must defend his students against dangerous criminals who won't tolerate witnesses.
Hello I Am David! (2015)
The Australian piano prodigy David Helfgott and his unique views on life, love and imagination.
The Best of I Love Toy Trains, Parts 7-12 (2013)
All aboard for one of the best-selling children's series in the country. Features toy trains, real trains, funny bloopers, bells and whistles, the award-winning music of James Coffey, and a sweet spirit that appeals to both kids and grown-ups. See steamers puffing smoke, sleek streamlined diesels, and colorful freight and passenger cars in action. Kids learn, laugh, and want more. You will, too.
National Parks Exploration Series: Yosemite (2011)
The Sierra Nevada's mountain range contains some of the most amazing wonders found on the planet. Filled with such notable geographic features including Lake Tahoe, three National Parks, two National Monuments and seemingly endless wilderness areas, the Sierras are truly spectacular in every-sense of the word. Enjoy breath-taking aerial views as you soar over its majesty.
40 Weeks (2014)
Expectant mothers discuss the emotional and physical changes caused by pregnancy and the difficult choices they sometimes have to make.
Future of hope (2010)
People try to change society's consumerist slant and turn it into a sustainable system.
Pájaros volando (2010)
A one-time rock star (Diego Capusotto) encounters strange characters in his cousin's (Luis Luque) village.
Akira, the young new schoolteacher in town falls for secretive Miki, an older woman who takes care of her family’s urn that supposedly holds a forest wolf-spirit, inugami. People soon start disappearing and the town blames Akira.
Captain Fracasse (1929)
Captain Fracasse is a 1929 French silent adventure film directed by Alberto Cavalcanti and Henry Wulschleger and starring Pierre Blanchar, Lien Deyers and Charles Boyer. It is based on the 1863 novel of the same name by Théophile Gautier.
Makin' Baby (2002)
Michael and Alicia are newlyweds and life gets complicated when she wants to get pregnant and he gets discovered by a famous rapper.
The Duo (2001)
Superheroes Best Man and Buddy Boy uphold the rules and balance of the universe by fighting crime and battling evil.
All The Wrong Places (2000)
All the Wrong Places is a 2000 American independent film. The film is a romantic comedy directed by Martin Edwards with actress Ali Hillis in the main role.
The plot follows Marissa (Ali Hillis) as she decides to become a filmmaker.
The film was shown at the Brooklyn Film Festival 2000 where the director tied with Wendy Jo Cohen for an award.
Zac Efron: The Ultimate Idol (2009)
Chronicling the life and career, so far, of the "High School Musical" star.
Hare Conditioned (1945)
Hare Conditioned is a 1945 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Chuck Jones. It stars Bugs Bunny, who was voiced by Mel Blanc. The Stacey's (pun on Macy's) manager was voiced by Dick Nelson. The title is a play on "air conditioned"; before air conditioning became widely used, it was sometimes advertised as incentive for the public to visit department stores, where they could avoid the heat of a hot day and, ideally for the store, make purchases. Hare Conditioned was the second Bugs Bunny cartoon in the Looney Tunes series.
Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2003)
In this documentary, director Robert Mugge explores the history and culture of blues clubs -- dubbed juke joints -- in Mississippi. Though the number of juke bars continues to dwindle, a small group of music enthusiasts attempts to keep the tradition alive by fighting to save the Subway, a legendary jazz and blues dive that is about to be torn down. Meanwhile, actor Morgan Freeman shows off his own venue, the Ground Zero Blues Club, where both obscure and legendary Delta Blues musicians perform.
Home Movies (1980)
Home Movies is a 1980 independent film directed by Brian De Palma and starring Kirk Douglas, Nancy Allen, Vincent Gardenia, Keith Gordon, Theresa Saldana, and Gerrit Graham. De Palma had been teaching film at his alma mater Sarah Lawrence College, and conceived this project as a hands-on training exercise for his students. They were given the primary responsibilities of raising money, arranging the shooting schedule, and editing the film, all under De Palma's supervision. Many of these students, such as Gilbert Adler, Sam Irvin, and Charlie Loventhal, went on to long careers of their own, producing and directing films. Kirk Douglas plays a film instructor loosely modeled on the director himself. Keith Gordon is one of his pupils who films everything that happens at home. Many of the events that happen to Gordon's character were modeled on events from De Palma's own adolescence, particularly rivalry with a more favored brother, a mother prone to dramatic outbursts, and a philandering father.
Perú: tesoro escondido (2017)
Steeped in ancient cultural traditions, Peru is also a land of surprising natural riches.
The Killer (2017)
The Killer is a 2017 Brazilian western created and directed by Marcelo Galvão, starring Diogo Morgado, Nill Marcondes, Deto Montenegro, Maria de Medeiros and Etienne Chicot.
Oskars Amerika (2017)
A Norwegian boy hatches a plan to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a rowboat with a nearsighted horse.
Charlie Steel (1984)
When his daughter is kidnapped for ransom, a man calls on his old friend, a renowned private investigator, to take on the case and bring back his daughter.
Cassanova Was a Woman (2016)
Cassanova, a struggling actress who doesn't seem to fit in anywhere, falls in love with a woman while still married to her husband.
Questions surround North Korea's 1968 seizure of the USS Pueblo, its captain (Hal Holbrook) and crew.
Channel Crossing (1933)
Aboard a Channel steamer bound for Calais, a Dutch Financier carrying forged stock is on the brink of being exposed. His secretary’s lover seems to have discovered his secret, which he wishes to protect at all costs...
Lakey Peterson: Zero to 100 (2013)
Surfer Lakey Peterson rises to become one of the most progressive women in surfing today.
Street Revenge (2008)
Gritty action illuminates a deadly street war between the notorious NY mob and a ruthless Latino street gang. As they each fight for control, chaos erupts and nothing but blood soaked streets are left behind.
The Snow Creature (1954)
The Snow Creature is a 1954 black-and-white sci-fi monster movie produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder, written by Myles Wilder, and starring Paul Langton and Leslie Denison.
All In The Game (2006)
All in the Game is a 2006 British one-off television drama, made by Tightrope Pictures for Channel 4.
The Burger & the King: The Life & Cuisine of Elvis Presley (1996)
Filmmaker James Marsh reveals Presley's favorite meals and love for food.
A.K.A Nadia (2015)
A happily married mother of two seems to have the perfect life until her hidden past comes to light.
The Old Place (2000)
Filmmakers Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miville voice their personal philosophies.
Little Lise (1930)
Little Lise (French: La petite Lise) is a 1930 French drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Nadia Sibirskaïa.
The film's sets were designed by Guy de Gastyne.
Darker Than Midnight (2014)
Darker Than Midnight (Italian: Più buio di mezzanotte) is a 2014 Italian drama film directed by Sebastiano Riso. It was screened as part of the International Critics' Week section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles (2005)
Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles (simplified Chinese: 千里走单骑; traditional Chinese: 千里走單騎, Japanese: 単騎, 千里を走る) is a 2005 drama film directed by Zhang Yimou and starring Ken Takakura. It premiered at the Tokyo International Film Festival on 22 October 2005 and was released in China on 22 December 2005.
Written by Zou Jingzhi, the film tells the story of Gouichi Takata (Takakura), an aged Japanese father who, ever since his wife died, has not been in good terms with his son. When he learns that his son has been diagnosed as having liver cancer, he decides to travel to Yunnan province in China in his son's place to film Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles, a traditional item in the local nuo opera (傩戏), of which his son is a leading scholar. The father hopes that by doing so, he might finally gain the forgiveness of his son.
The title of the film is an allusion to the fabled story of Guan Yu's perilous solo journey to reunite with his sworn brother and lord Liu Bei, as told in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. It is a story about brotherly love and loyalty much told in Chinese folklore and operas. The film draws the parallel between the folk tale and Takata's quest to fulfill his son's wish.
You're Only Young Once (1937)
You're Only Young Once (1937) is the second Andy Hardy movie, with Lewis Stone permanently replacing Lionel Barrymore as Judge Hardy, and Mickey Rooney appearing as his son Andy. MGM replaced Barrymore and Spring Byington (with Fay Holden), since both were too expensive for the sequel's modest budget. Only Rooney, Cecilia Parker and Sara Haden, as Aunt Milly, remained from the original cast.
Judge Hardy's Children (1938)
Judge Hardy's Children is a film in the Andy Hardy series. The plot involves the Hardys visiting Washington, DC, in this third entry in MGM's "Hardy Family" series.
The Beast of the City (1932)
The Beast of the City is a 1932 American Pre-Code gangster film featuring cops as vigilantes and known for its singularly vicious ending. Written by W.R. Burnett, Ben Hecht (uncredited), and John Lee Mahin, and directed by Charles Brabin, the film stars Walter Huston, Jean Harlow, Wallace Ford Jean Hersholt, and Tully Marshall.
Bon Lin (2014)
A young duo takes a trip to the Akihabara District in Tokyo.
The Missing Key (2011)
A young composer from Japan goes to Italy to study music and encounters a nefarious rival.
Carefree is a 1938 musical film starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. With a plot similar to screwball comedies of the period, Carefree is the shortest of the Astaire-Rogers films, featuring only four musical numbers. Carefree is often remembered as the film in which Astaire and Rogers shared a long on-screen kiss at the conclusion of their dance to "I Used to Be Color Blind," all previous kisses having been either quick pecks or simply implied.
Carefree was a reunion for the team of Astaire and Rogers after a brief hiatus following Shall We Dance and six other previous RKO pictures. The next film in the series, The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (1939), would be their final RKO film together, although they would reunite in 1949 for MGM's The Barkleys of Broadway.
Mommy Is at the Hairdresser's (2008)
Mommy Is at the Hairdresser's is a 2008 drama directed by Léa Pool.
Return to Boggy Creek (1977)
Return to Boggy Creek is a 1977 film directed by Tom Moore. It is the first sequel to The Legend of Boggy Creek and stars Dawn Wells of Gilligan's Island fame, and Dana Plato of Diff'rent Strokes. Wells portrays the mother of three children who become lost in the swamp until the creature comes to their rescue.
The film carries over none of the original's docudrama elements. It was followed by three additional sequels, Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues (1985), Boggy Creek: The Legend Is True (2010) and The Legacy of Boggy Creek (2011), the latter two were released straight-to-video.
Nan yang di yi xie jiang (1996)
A veteran Hong Kong policeman resigns from his task force position after having a traumatic experience.
Missile Monsters (1958)
A scientist from Mars and an eccentric Earth scientist work together to build atomic-powered planes and bombs.
Time Simply Passes (2016)
Time Simply Passes is a 2015 US documentary film chronicling the life and wrongful conviction of James Joseph Richardson. It details the circumstances leading to his 1967 arrest for the poisoning deaths of his seven children in Arcadia, Florida, his twenty-one years spent in prison, his miraculous release in 1989 upon the discovery of hidden evidence, and the twenty-five years he spent following his release attempting to obtain compensation from the State of Florida. It features exclusive interviews with Barry Scheck, Don Horn, Peter Gallagher, Geraldine Thompson, Tim Edman, and James Joseph Richardson. The film is directed and produced by Ty Flowers, who worked with his father, Charles Flowers, a journalist who helped free James through his work on the case in the 1980s. It was acquired by Indie Rights and released on digital platforms in January 2018
Canyon Ambush (1952)
A government agent (Johnny Mack Brown) searches for a masked rider and his murderous gang.
Dulcy is a 1940 American comedy film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It stars Ann Sothern, Ian Hunter, and Roland Young .
Funland is a 1987 American dark comedy film written by Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner and directed by Michael A. Simpson. It follows a disgruntled clown who takes revenge on the staff of an amusement park who fired him. It was filmed at a Six Flags outside Austell, Georgia.
The last days of Japanese rule in a Taiwanese village.
Trastevere is a 1971 Italian comedy film. This is the first and only film directed by actor and screenwriter Fausto Tozzi. The film was heavily cut by producer Alberto Grimaldi, who cut off the roles of Umberto Orsini, Martine Brochard and Riccardo Garrone.
The Moving Forest (2015)
Elias and his wife Clara leave a bloody trail on his rise to power.