Pokhozhdeniya bravogo soldata Shveyka (2012)
Pool Days (1993)
Scènes de lit (1998)
Jump Britain (2005)
Jump Britain is a 2005 documentary about Freerunning. Directed by Mike Christie and produced by Carbon Media, it is a sequel to Channel 4's Jump London. Two of the three free runners from Jump London, Sébastien Foucan and Jérôme Ben Aoues, appear alongside the members of Urban freeflow, as they interact with numerous famous landmarks all over Britain. Another section of the documentary sees various members of Urban Freeflow go on a 'pilgrimage' to Lisses, France. The trip includes a visit to the famous Dame Du Lac.
Free running is a physical discipline which grew from Parkour, led by David Belle. The free runners tackle some of the UK's most iconic sites including Edinburgh Castle and the Forth Bridge in Scotland, the Giant's Causeway and Derry's walls in Northern Ireland, the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle and the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. The original soundtrack was composed by Ian Masterson and Thomas Beach, and was released on iTunes, as well as appearing as an extra on the DVD release.
Il sangue verde (2010)
Il Sangue verde is an Italian 2010 documentary film.
Sheryl Crow: C'mon America 2003 (2003)
Broder Daniel Forever (2009)
El orden cómico (1986)
Minor Freedoms (2009)
The Wiggles: Surfer Jeff (2012)
Burbujas de amor (1991)
Good Morning, Aman (2009)
Good Morning Aman (also spelled Good Morning, Aman) is a 2009 Italian drama film directed by Claudio Noce, at his feature film debut.
The film premiered at the International Film Critics' Week of the 66th Venice International Film Festival. For this film Noce was nominated for David di Donatello for best new director.
Sing Along Songs: Brother Bear - On My Way (2003)
Wild Animals (1997)
Wild Animals (야생동물 보호구역, Yasaeng dongmul bohoguyeog) is Korean director Kim Ki-duk's second film, released in 1996. It is a crime-drama film set in Paris, and stars Cho Jae-hyun, Dong-jik Jang and Ryun Jang.
Kathy Griffin: The D-List (2004)
Jonatan Spang: Damer (2005)
Wir haun die Pauker in die Pfanne - Die Lümmel von der ersten Bank, V. Teil (1970)
We'll Take Care of the Teachers (German: Wir haun die Pauker in die Pfanne) is a 1970 West German comedy film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Uschi Glas, Hansi Kraus and Fritz Wepper. It was the fifth in a series of school-set films.
The film was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and on location in Baden-Baden amongst other places.
Dawkins vs Lennox: Has Science Buried God? (2009)
Dard Divorce (2007)
Dard Divorce is a German independent horror film directed by Olaf Ittenbach and stars Christopher Kiesa, Daryl Jackson and Martina Ittenbach.
Backstreet Boys: Live from O2 Arena (2008)
Night of the Vampires (1964)
Cave of the Living Dead (German: Der Fluch der grünen Augen) is a 1964 German / Yugoslav horror film directed by Ákos Ráthonyi.
Nine Inch Nails: Another Version of the Truth (2009)
Un Ange (2001)
Kûga no ori: Nami dai-42 zakkyobô (2007)
Apartment Of Erotic Horror (2006)
George on George (2003)
The Hippie Professor (1969)
El Profesor Hippie is a 1969 Argentine musical comedy film directed by Fernando Ayala and written by Abel Santacruz which Ayala produced with Héctor Olivera. The film starred Luis Sandrini, Roberto Escalada and Soledad Silveyra. The film premiered on July 31, 1969 in Buenos Aires.
O bílé paní (2008)
Biohazard 4D: Executer (2000)
Timbiriche: El concierto (1999)
The Night of the Assassin (1970)
Rendezvous with Dishonour (Italian: Appuntamento col disonore, German: Spezialkommando Wildgänse) is a 1970 drama film directed by Adriano Bolzoni and starring Michael Craig.
Chhupa Chhuppi (1981)
Clint Eastwood: Director (1982)
One of the Missing (1968)
One of the Missing is a 1968 short film directed by Tony Scott. The film is set during the American Civil War and is based on Ambrose Bierce's short story of the same name.
The Black Arrow (1988)
Front Line (1980)
Front Line is a 1981 Australian documentary film directed by David Bradbury. It follows the career of Tasmanian-born combat cameraman Neil Davis, particularly his time in South Vietnam and Cambodia in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
The Hills with James Franco and Mila Kunis (2007)
A Story (1987)
Conserva Acabada (1990)
The Pimp Primer (1970)
The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks (1973)
John Fogerty: Premonition Concert (1998)
A Man Like Me (2002)
A Man Like Me (Icelandic: Maður eins og ég ( pronunciation )) is a 2002 romantic comedy about the life of "Júlli" (Jón Gnarr), a lonely and confused man who is searching for some sense in his life. Surprisingly he meets a young woman from China (Stephanie Che) who changes his life dramatically. He falls in love with her but ruins the relationship because of his insecurity and his previous bad experiences. When he comes out of his disappointments and his depression that follow the breakup of the relationship, he decides to do everything in his power to change what has happened and get a second chance.
Dog Gone South (1950)
The Journey (1986)
The Journey (German: Die Reise) is a 1986 Swiss-German drama film written and directed by Markus Imhoof.
The film was entered into the main competition at the 43rd edition of the Venice Film Festival.
Betty Boop's Ker-Choo (1933)
Betty Boop's Ker-Choo is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown and Bimbo.
Alien Evolution (2001)
Manelão, o Caçador de Orelhas (1982)
The Pink Panther in 'Pink at First Sight' (1981)
Obreras saliendo de la fábrica (2005)
El Asadito (2000)
El Asadito (English language:) is a 2000 Argentine black-and-white film drama directed and written by Gustavo Postiglione. The film premiered on 9 November 2000 in Buenos Aires and was nominated for two Silver Condor Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing in 2001.
Santiago de sangre (2008)
Sheryl Crow: Rockin' the Globe Live (2000)
Llámenme Mike (1979)
Lee's Adventure (2011)
Jeremy Clarkson At Full Throttle (2000)
Dave Matthews Band: Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado (2002)
The Father (1996)
THe Father (Persian:پدر , pedar) is a 1996 Iranian film by director Majid Majidi. It won a number of awards at film festivals both within Iran and internationally. The word pedar means father in Persian.
Henry Rollins: Uncut From Israel (2007)
General Massacre (1973)
Danger Ahead (1926)
Golden Yeggs (1950)
Golden Yeggs is a 1950 Merrie Melodies short animated film, released on August 5, 1950 by Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. and directed by Friz Freleng. It features Daffy Duck and Porky Pig in a forerunner of the Rocky and Mugsy cartoons, with Rocky already in his present-day form.
The story was written by Tedd Pierce and animated by Arthur Davis, Gerry Chiniquy, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross and Emery Hawkins. Paul Julian painted the backgrounds and Hawley Pratt designed the layouts. Mel Blanc provided the voices (except for a goose, voiced by Stan Freberg) and Carl Stalling the music.
"Yegg" is a slang term for a burglar or safecracker. The same play-on-words was used in the title of the 1947 Bugs Bunny cartoon, Easter Yeggs. This cartoon also appeared in the magazine Time Inc. (owned by Time Warner), which would later spun off on June 6, 2014.
A Panicky Picnic (1909)
Flyin' Dance (2000)
Monkey Sandwich (2011)
Un soir au club (2009)
Un soir au club is a 2009 French film directed by Jean Achache based on the novel of the same name Un soir au club by Christian Gailly.
La destrucción de Oaxaca (1931)
Elisabeth von Österreich (1931)
Elisabeth of Austria (German: Elisabeth von Österreich) is a 1931 German historical drama film directed by Adolf Trotz and starring Lil Dagover, Paul Otto and Maria Matray. It is a biopic of Empress Elisabeth of Austria.
Las luces de buenos aires (1931)
The Lights of Buenos Aires (Spanish:Luces de Buenos Aires) is a 1931 American-Argentine tango comedy film directed by Adelqui Millar. It was made at the Joinville Studios in Paris, where Paramount Pictures concentrated its foreign-language production during the early 1930s.
Men without Wings (1946)
Men Without Wings (Czech: Muži bez křídel) is a 1946 Czech drama film directed by František Čáp. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
Unnaturally Born Killers (1996)
The Yellow Dog (1932)
The Yellow Dog (French:Le Chien jaune) is a 1932 French crime film directed by Jean Tarride and starring Abel Tarride, Rosine Deréan and Rolla Norman. It is an adaptation of the novel Maigret and the Yellow Dog by the Belgian writer Georges Simenon. Abel Tarride was the director's father.
Darkness Bride (2003)
Ghost's Lover (1987)
Decoding Die Hard (2013)
The Homeless Flea (1940)
Der Weg nach Eden (1995)
Duck Soup to Nuts (1944)
Duck Soup to Nuts is a 1944 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by Friz Freleng, and starring Daffy Duck and Porky Pig. Porky is a hunter looking to shoot Daffy, but Daffy keeps outwitting Porky.
This cartoon is notable for containing some gags that would appear in later cartoons featuring Daffy, such as Boobs in the Woods and Rabbit Fire.
The title of the cartoon refers to the old expression "soup to nuts", and coincidentally or otherwise turns out to be an amalgam of the titles of the Marx Brothers classic Duck Soup and the Three Stooges film Soup to Nuts.
The Red Book (1994)
The Red Book (1994) was created by renowned experimental filmmaker and theater/installation artist Janie Geiser. Her work is known for its ambiguity, explorations of memory and emotional states and exceptional design.
Geiser describes The Red Book as “an elliptical, pictographic animated film that uses flat, painted figures and collage elements in both two- and three-dimensional settings to explore the realms of memory, language and identity from the point of view of a woman amnesiac.”
In 2009, it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant."
Warszawa 1956 (1956)
Woton's Wake (1962)
Girls' Night Out: Superstar Women of Country (2011)
Voices of Desire (1972)
Voices of Desire is a 1972 exploitation horror film directed by Chuck Vincent. The film stars Sandra Peabody.
No Way Back (1990)
No Way Back (German: Weg ohne Umkehr) is a 1953 West German drama film directed by Victor Vicas and starring Ivan Desny, Ruth Niehaus and René Deltgen. It was made at the height of the Cold War.
In 1945 following the Battle of Berlin, a Red Army officer is able to protect a young German woman he finds living in a cellar. Several years later he returns to the city as a civilian, finds her again and makes plans to flee from East to West Germany under the noses of the KGB.
My 2 Fathers (2004)
Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell (1993)
Nu jian kuang dao (1970)
The Cute Little Fellow (1984)
Xi Yang Yang Yu Hui Tai Lang Zhi Kaixin Chuang Long Nian (2012)
The Garden of Earthly Delights (1981)
The Garden of Earthly Delights is an experimental short film by Stan Brakhage, released in 1981. The film was partly inspired by Hieronymus Bosch’s painting of the same name.
Bájecná léta pod psa (1997)
Báječná léta pod psa is a 1997 movie, adapted from the book of the same title by Michal Viewegh. The film is directed by Petr Nikolaev.
I Sell The Dead (2008)
I Sell the Dead is a 2008 horror comedy, the feature film debut from Irish director Glenn McQuaid. The film is a period horror comedy about grave robbing and stars Dominic Monaghan, Ron Perlman, Larry Fessenden and Angus Scrimm.
As a child, Maco (Marko Zaror) was orphaned, and his young brother (Ariel Mateluna) was seriously injured in a home invasion attack. Since then, he has tirelessly trained himself in martial arts. When he dons a ski mask to save a TV reporter (María Elena Swett), the attention he gets convinces him to turn himself into the masked crime fighter Mirageman. He advertises his e-mail address seeking people who need his help, and finds himself doing battle with a child pornography ring.