The Other Side (1968)
Under the Stars (2007)
Under the Stars (Spanish: Bajo las estrellas) is a 2007 Spanish drama film directed by Félix Viscarret.
3rd Annual An Evening with Canada's Stars (2016)
The Ware Case (1928)
The Ware Case is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by H. Manning Haynes and starring Stewart Rome, Betty Carter and Ian Fleming. It was an adaptation of the play The Ware Case by George Pleydell Bancroft, previously filmed in 1917, with another version appearing in 1938.
First National (through Warner Bros.) distributed the film in the United States.
The American Prisoner (1929)
The American Prisoner is a 1929 British drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Carl Brisson, Madeleine Carroll and Cecil Barry. It was adapted from the 1904 novel The American Prisoner by Eden Phillpotts. An American sailor imprisoned on Dartmoor during the American War of Independence manages to escape and fall in love with a local Squire's daughter. It was originally conceived as a silent film, but was converted into a Talkie in line with widespread practice at British International Pictures during 1928-1929.
My 11th Mother (2007)
Alanis Morissette: Live at Montreux 2012 (2013)
Twee Handen Op Een Buik (2007)
The Moon Riders (1920)
The Moon Riders was a 1920 American Western film serial directed by B. Reeves Eason and Theodore Wharton. The serial is considered lost.
Alum and Eve (1932)
Pedro soll hängen (1941)
Pedro Will Hang (German:Pedro soll hängen) is a 1941 German adventure film directed by Veit Harlan and starring Gustav Knuth, Heinrich George and Maria Landrock.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Karl Machus and Erich Zander.
Gern hab' ich die Frau'n geküßt (1934)
Paganini or I Liked Kissing Women (German: Gern hab' ich die Frau'n geküßt) is a 1934 German operetta film directed by E. W. Emo and starring Iván Petrovich, Eliza Illiard and Theo Lingen. It is an adaptation of Franz Lehár's 1925 operetta Paganini.
Hello Janine! (1939)
Hello Janine! (German:Hallo Janine!) is a 1939 German musical film directed by Carl Boese and starring Marika Rökk, Johannes Heesters and Rudi Godden. Along with Der Bettelstudent (1936) and Gasparone (1937) it helped establish Rökk as a major star, an effective replacement for La Jana.
Gekijouban Shimajirou no wao!: Shimajirou to ookina ki (2015)
Pygmies: The Children of the Jungle (2011)
Mod Sun: Address on the Internet (2017)
Midnight Drive (2006)
The Descent of Optimus Prime: The Optimus Prime Abridged Saga (2017)
Treasure of Albion (2006)
Can't Stop the Show: The Return of Kix (2016)
Spiele mit Bart: The Movie feat. Night Trap (2018)
Belinda dos Orixás at Praia dos Desejos (1979)
When Passions Collide (1997)
Small Market, Big Heart (2012)
The Council of Birds (2014)
Time in Summer (1968)
Japan: Oil On Canvas (1982)
Another Audience With Ken Dodd (2002)
Model Village (2014)
The Closet (2011)
Jim Dine: London (1970)
Lady Gaga: Radio 1 Big Weekend (2011)
Yes, Ma'am (1942)
Yes, Madam (Italian:Sissignora) is a 1942 Italian romance film directed by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli and starring María Denis, Leonardo Cortese and Emma Gramatica.
Ohnsorg Theater - Durchgangsverkehr (1992)
The World Today: The Black Legion - Shadow of Fascism Over America (1937)
Solar Beats (2008)
Bully for Pink (1965)
The Pink Panther becomes a Toreador, borrowing his cloak from Marvelo the magician.
In Search of the Jaguar (2003)
Wing: The Fish That Talked Back (2007)
Knutschen, kuscheln, jubilieren (1998)
Crusty Demons: Nine Lives (2003)
The Breastford Wives (2007)
Lano & Woodley - The Island (2005)
Disney Princess: A Christmas of Enchantment (2005)
A Man and His Dog (2008)
A Man and His Dog (Un Homme et Son Chien) is a 2008 French film directed by French director Francis Huster, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, based on the 1952 film Umberto D. directed by Vittorio De Sica, and written by Cesare Zavattini.
It was the first film in seven years featuring Jean-Paul Belmondo due to his having had a stroke.
Googlewhack Adventure (2004)
Billy Connolly: Was it Something I Said? (2007)
The September Sessions (2002)
The September Sessions: The Tomorrowland Story Brought To Life In Brilliant 16mm Film is a 2002 documentary surf film directed by singer/songwriter Jack Johnson. Often called September Sessions, it is the second of The Moonshine Conspiracy film series. It was filmed in 16 mm.
Following the release of Thicker Than Water, Kelly Slater asked Jack Johnson to accompany Kelly for a trip to Indonesia. With the cast living on a retired Japanese coastguard cutter, Neptune 1, Jack films Kelly and several other surfers including Rob Machado and Shane Dorian as they surfed flawless waves off the coast of Sumatra in the Mentawais of Indonesia. The film captures Kelly Slater during a major change of his life following his first retirement from the ASP circuit. Kelly had fallen into the trap of endless trade shows, store openings, and poster signings that became his life during his first retirement. By escaping both the trade shows and his former life of ASP competitions, Kelly sought to gain new levels in his spirit as he and his friends pulled into the keyhole at Hollow Trees in September, 1999. On the first morning, they awoke and stared at perfectly flawless waves. During the next several days, when Jack wasn't surfing, Jack captured on film the rebirth of Kelly. Jack wrote several songs along the way including "F-Stop Blues". However, unbeknownst to Jack, this film captures Johnson before his own rise to international stardom both as a filmmaker and as a musician.
The September Sessions was the result of this historically important piece of surfing, filmmaking, and music.
To Whom Does the World Belong? (1932)
Kuhle Wampe (full title: Kuhle Wampe, oder: Wem gehört die Welt?, released in English as Kuhle Wampe or Who Owns the World?) is a 1932 German feature film about unemployment and left wing politics in the Weimar Republic. The script was conceived and written by Bertolt Brecht. He also directed the concluding scene: a political debate between strangers on a train about the world coffee market. The rest of the film was directed by Slatan Dudow. The film music was composed by Hanns Eisler. Kuhle Wampe itself was a tent camp on the Müggelsee in Berlin. Wampe is Berlin dialect for "stomach", so the title could be rendered "Empty Stomach". The film was banned in 1932 under the accusation that it depicted the president, the legal system, and religion in a poor way, but due to protests the ban was lifted on a recut version. The film remained unseen for many years after the Second World War. However, a restored print is now available and a video was released by the British Film Institute in 1999, along with a documentary video essay on the original film by Andrew Hoellering, son of the film's producer George Hoellering.
Janine F. (2004)
An französischen Kaminen (1962)
At A French Fireside (German: An französischen Kaminen) is an East German film directed by Kurt Maetzig. It was released in 1963.
Surfers’ Time (2005)
More Places Forever (2008)
The Root of Evil (2006)
Ho! Terrible Exteriors (2006)
Clarkson: Shoot-Out (2003)
Clarkson: Thriller (2008)
Henry Rollins: Uncut from NYC (2006)
3 Below (2005)
General Nuisance (1941)
General Nuisance (1941) is the ninth short subject starring Buster Keaton made for Columbia Pictures.
Squadra antitruffa (1977)
Squadra antitruffa is a 1977 Italian crime film directed by Bruno Corbucci and starring David Hemmings, Tomas Milian and Anna Cardini. It is the third chapter in the Nico Giraldi film series starred by Tomas Milian.
WikiRebels: The Documentary (2010)
Kiler-ów 2-óch (1999)
Kilerów 2-óch (Two Kilers) is a continuation of Kiler movie, directed in 1997. The film premiered 8 January 1999 in Poland and like the first part it has received financial and critical success.
Young Gods (2003)
Young Gods (Finnish title: Hymypoika), is a 2003 film from Finland. The film centres on a group of Finnish teenagers who begin to make videos of themselves and others having sex. Their adventures become more and more extreme, eventually leading to tragic consequences.
It was directed by Jukka-Pekka Siili and stars Jussi Nikkilä.
The movie is available in the United States from Picture This! Entertainment.
Jekkers & Koos: Het Verhaal achter de Liedjes (1999)
Nosferatu. Uzhas nochi (2010)
L'Etrange Monsieur Joseph (2001)
The Wacky Wabbit (1942)
The Wacky Wabbit is a 1942 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Bob Clampett. It stars Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd (voiced by Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan, respectively).
Davy and Stu (2006)
Korn Live: The Encounter (2010)
The Fourth Victim (1971)
Il Ragazzo di Campagna (1984)
Il ragazzo di campagna ("The country boy") is a 1984 Italian comedy film directed by Franco Castellano and Giuseppe Moccia. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
Before Twilight (2009)
Before Twilight (Polish: Jeszcze nie wieczór) is a 2008 Polish comedy film drama directed by Jacek Bławut.
The film is about a group of old retired theatre actors in a retirement home for actors who aim to regroup and stage Goethe's Faust. The film stars a number of esteemed veteran Polish actors including Irena Kwiatkowska and Roman Kłosowski, who plays Nostradamus.
The film, produced in 2008, was featured at the 2008 Polish Feature Film Festival where it won a Silver Lion award for director Jacek Bławut and picked up several other awards. It was later released theatrically in Poland on 15 May 2009.
The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra were invited to perform part of the soundtrack.
I Fichissimi (1981)
I fichissimi (Italian for "The really cool guys", also known as Guys and Dolls in the Suburbs) is a 1981 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Vanzina. The film consists in a story of rival punks in Milan and it is loosely based on the William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet.
Temptation of Eve: Good Wife (2007)
The Gang of Four (1989)
Gang of Four (French: La Bande des quatre) is a 1989 French drama film directed by Jacques Rivette. It was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won an Honourable Mention.
Midnight Revenge (1995)
Trilogy of Lust II (1995)
Hot Ice (1977)
Step Into the Third Dimension (1989)
Satanic Attraction (1990)
Crusty Demons of Dirt Global Assault Tour (2004)
Jungle Drums (1943)
Jungle Drums (1943) is the fifteenth of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman.
Midt i en jazztid (1969)
Jazz All Around (Danish: Midt i en jazztid) is a 1969 Danish drama film directed by Knud Leif Thomsen. It was entered into the 6th Moscow International Film Festival.
Bratz the Video: Starrin' & Stylin' (2004)
House of Fire (1979)
The Lamborghini Experience 40 Years of Excellence (2004)
Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of 'The War of the Worlds' (2006)
Little Britain Live (2006)
Lars Hjortshøj: I Virkeligheden (2009)
Zombie Hunters (2007)
Death Bell 2 (2010)
Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp (Hangul: 고死 두번째 이야기 : 교생실습; RR: Gosa dubeonjjae iyagi : Gyosaengsilseup) is a 2010 Korean slasher film. The film was directed by Yoo Sun-dong. The film is a sequel to the 2008 film Death Bell. The story is unrelated to the previous film.
Ditte, Child of Man (1946)
Ditte, Child of Man, (Danish: Ditte Menneskebarn), is a 1946 socio-realistic Danish drama directed by Bjarne Henning-Jensen based on the novel by Martin Andersen Nexø. The film stars Tove Maës in the tragic story of an impoverished young girl who becomes the victim of harsh social conditions. The film has been noted as the first example of the more realistic and serious Danish film in the post-World War II era. Ditte, Child of Man is one of the ten films listed in Denmark's cultural canon by the Danish Ministry of Culture.
No Budget Story (1997)
Deuda (English language: Debt) is a 2004 Argentine documentary film directed and written by Jorge Lanata with Andrés G. Schaer. The film premiered on 7 October 2004 in Buenos Aires . The film was nominated for a number of Silver Condor awards for Best Documentary (Mejor Largometraje Documental) and Best Screenplay, Feature-Length Documentary (Mejor Guión Largometraje Documental) recognising directors Jorge Lanata and Andrés G. Schaer. At the 2005 World Soundtrack Awards the score musicians Andrés Goldstein and Daniel Tarrab were also nominated for an achievement award.