Another Forever (2016)

The 40-year-old Alice (Daniela Escobar) has already suffered some bitter disappointments in her life. After a rough patch, her life seems to be falling apart and so she decides to take a long journey to re-arrange her life.

Elli Makra - 42277 Wuppertal (2008)

Hitmakers: The Changing Face of the Music Industry (2014)

Kingston Paradise (2013)

Rocksy, a small-time hustler, journeys into chaos stealing a car while his lady friend Rosie hangs a watercolor painting in their modest room and dreams of peace. The fight for their dreams and aspirations forces them to commit a crime that changes their lives forever. Shot on the streets of Kingston, where poverty, beauty and desperation collide, this Jamaican story transcends its island locale to become a universal story of people whose hardships seems to trap them in a life where reckless acts appear the only road to an elusive better life.

Massacre Mafia Style (1974)

Italian-American actor and nightclub singer Duke Mitchell wrote, produced, directed and starred in this homemade answer to THE GODFATHER, self-financed with earnings from his career as the self-proclaimed "Mr. Palm Springs." Previously known for his Martin and Lewis act with Sammy Petrillo as seen in BELA LUGOSI MEETS A BROOKLYN GORILLA, Duke plays the ruthless son of a Mafia kingpin who blasts his way through Hollywood on a bloody crime spree. Promising "more guts, more action, more dynamite" than the Mario Puzo gangster classic, MASSACRE MAFIA STYLE delivers an onslaught of low-budget mayhem unlike anything you've ever seen. Grindhouse Releasing proudly presents the definitive release of the most violent movie ever made!

Body Strokes (1995)

Killer Bean Forever (2009)

Killer Bean Forever is a 2009 computer-animated action film written, produced, and directed by Jeff Lew. It tells the story of an anthropomorphic coffee bean assassin named Jack Bean, whose alias is Killer Bean. (In the film, all the characters are beans.) The film was preceded by two web shorts: "Killer Bean: The Interrogation" and "Killer Bean 2: The Party".

JLS - Eyes Wide Open (2011)

The Treasure of Lake Kaban (2013)

Boonie Bears: Mystical Winter (2015)

Boonie Bears: Mystical Winter is a 2015 Chinese animated family adventure comedy film directed by Ding Liang and Liu Fuyuan. It was released on January 30, 2015.Though being criticized by some Chinese for its similarity to Walt Disney's Frozen.

Rip Van Winkle (1978)

My Lai Four (2010)

Proteger Et Servir (2010)

Bob Et Les Sex Pistaches (2013)

VeggieTales: Twas the Night Before Easter (2011)

50 Million Frenchmen (1931)

The melodies of “You’ve Got That Thing” and “You Do Something to Me” lace the soundtrack; but Hollywood did something to the screen version of the Cole Porter musical Fifty Million Frenchmen: It dropped the songs! At the time; moviegoers frowned on song-and-dance vehicles; so the studio-tinkered result was a frantic contraption of nonstop jokes; sassy pre-Code double entendres and the antics of vaudeville/radio stars Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson. The slender plot concerns a $50,000 bet that love-struck American-in-Paris Jack Forbes (William Gaxton repeating his Broadway role) can woo and wed the alluring LuLu (Claudia Dell) without his wealth. But the sidebars are more fun: Helen Broderick as a randy tourist who wants to be “insulted’; the mischief of Olsen and Johnson (leading the Paris police on a madcap Keystone Kops-like finale chase) and a briefly seen Bela Lugosi as a magician mystic denied his chance to perform. Not to worry for Bela: Fifty Million Frenchmen shared its 1931 opening day with another opus called Dracula; and the rest is history. Vive le Hollywood!

Lausbubengeschichten (1964)

The Mystery of the Third Planet (1981)

The Mystery of the Third Planet, aka The Secret of the Third Planet is a 1981 Soviet traditionally animated feature film directed by Roman Kachanov and produced by the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow. It is based on a children's science fiction novella "Alice's Travel" by Kir Bulychev, from Alisa (Alice) Selezneva book series.

Der Freischütz (1999)

Chroniques D'une Cour De Recre (2013)

Discount (2014)

Discount is a 2014 French comedy-drama film directed by Louis-Julien Petit.

Die Eisbombe (2008)

Harissa Mon Amour (2013)

Real Ghosts UK (2010)

Little Hercules In 3-D (2009)

Friede Freude Eierkuchen (2012)

Luks Gluck (2012)

Girl in the Ice (2015)

Wintergast (2015)

El Monje Blanco (1945)

The White Monk (Spanish:El monje blanco) is a 1945 Mexican historical drama film directed by Julio Bracho and starring María Félix, Tomás Perrín and Julio Villarreal. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jorge Fernandez. It is set in Italy in the thirteenth century.

Espiritismo (1962)

Sushi In Suhl (2012)

Day (2009)

Une histoire banale (2014)

Une histoire banale is a 2014 French drama film written, produced and directed by Audrey Estrougo. It tells the story of Nathalie, a young woman who works in the health care industry and whose life takes an abrupt turn during an encounter with a co-worker on a fateful evening. The film was made on a €8,000 budget which was raised through crowdfunding. Filming took place in Estrougo's flat over a period of three weeks.

Jargo (2004)

Jargo is a 2004 coming of age film about a young man who experiences culture shock from moving from Saudi Arabia to Germany. The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and won two awards at the Sarajevo Film Festival. It was directed by Maria Solrun.

Home in the Ice (2013)

Alone With You (2013)

Blood Predator (2007)

Big Apple Circus: Metamorphosis (2014)

WWII From Space (2012)

Willkommen Bei Habib (2014)

Das Dunkle Gen (2015)

Sputnik Mania (2007)

Dexter the Dragon & Bumble the Bear (1983)

The Dragon That Wasn't is a 1983 Dutch film written and directed by Harrie Geelen, Bjørn Frank Jensen and Bert Kroon. Based on the comic strip Tom Poes, created by Marten Toonder, this was the first animated feature produced in the Netherlands.

Behind Closed Doors (2016)

The Double Steps (2011)

Blow Horn (2010)

Dario Argento's Phantom of the Opera (1998)

The Phantom of the Opera (Italian: Il fantasma dell'opera) is a 1998 Italian horror film directed by Dario Argento, adapted from the novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra by Gaston Leroux. However, there are many differences between the book and the film (the biggest being that the Phantom is not disfigured).

Spirit of Love: The Mike Glenn Story (2014)

Inbred Rednecks (2001)

Frohes Schaffen (2013)

Sonic The Hedgehog: The Movie (1996)

Piet Piraat En Het Zeemonster (2013)

You Are the Apple of My Eye (2011)

You Are the Apple of My Eye (Chinese: 那些年,我們一起追的女孩, literally "Those Years, The Girl We Went After Together") is a 2011 Taiwanese romance film. It is based on the semi-autobiographical novel of the same name by Taiwanese author Giddens Ko, who also made his directorial debut with the film. The film stars Ko Chen-tung as Ko Ching-teng, a prankster and a mischievous student who eventually becomes a writer. Michelle Chen stars as Shen Chia-yi, an honor student who is very popular amongst the boys in her class. You Are the Apple of My Eye was filmed almost entirely on location in Changhua County, including at the high school which Giddens attended. The lyrics of "Those Years", the film's main theme, were written by Giddens. The song, which was well received by the public, was nominated for Best Original Film Song at the 48th Golden Horse Awards. The film's world premiere was at the 13th Taipei Film Festival on 25 June 2011, and it was subsequently released in Taiwanese cinemas on 19 August. Well received by film critics, the movie set box-office records in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Ko Chen-tung won the Best New Performer award at the Golden Horse Awards for his role in the film.

Von Der Beraubung Der Zeit (2014)

Sweet Valentine (2010)

Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of The Grateful Dead (2015)

Narcos Y Perros (2001)

Qui A Envie D'etre Aime? (2011)

Operation Grandma (1999)

Operation Grandma is a short 1999 Israeli satirical comedy about the military and kibbutz life directed by Dror Shaul. It was filmed on Kibbutz Yakum and based on Kibbutz Kissufim where Shaul was born and raised.

The Eylandt Investigation (2008)

Undue Influence (1996)

Papa Was Not A Rolling Stone (2014)

Pleasurecraft (1999)

God Of Happiness (2015)

God of Happiness is a 2015 German-French-Georgian black comedy film directed by Dito Tsintsadze and starring Lasha Bakradze, Elie James Blezes, Nadeshda Brennicke, Tina Meliava and Ufuk Bozkurt. In 2015 it won the grand prize of Biberach Film Festival – the Golden Beaver. Dito Tsintsadze won the Best Director prize at the VIFF Vienna Independent Film Festival and Ralf M. Mendle received the Best Cinematography award for his work on the film in the year 2016.

Red Persimmons (2001)

Meno male che ci sei (2009)

Smokey and the Hotwire Gang (1979)

Winnetoons: Die Legende Vom Schatz Vom Silbersee (2009)

Power to Change: Die EnergieRebellion (2016)

A Wing and a Prayer (2015)

A Wing and a Prayer is a 2015 PBS documentary by Boaz Dvir. The film predominantly covers the story of American pilot Al Schwimmer and his covert operation to deliver weapons to the Israeli Army prior to and during Israel's War of Independence. It was first released on PBS to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.

Death In The Garden (1956)

La mort en ce jardin ("Death in the Garden") is a 1956 film by director Luis Buñuel based on the novel by Jose-Andre Lacour. Amid a revolution in a South American mining outpost, a band of fugitives - a roguish adventurer (Georges Marchal), a local hooker (Simone Signoret), a priest (Michel Piccoli), an aging diamond miner (Charles Vanel) and his deaf-mute daughter (Michèle Girardon) - are forced to flee for their lives into the jungle. Starving, exhausted and stripped of their old identities, they wander desperately lured by one deceptive promise of salvation after another. Shot in vibrant Eastmancolor and featuring a star-studded cast, Death in the Garden is an adventure film with Surrealist gestures and symbolism. Additional dialogue was written by Raymond Queneau.

Lost in Plainview (2005)

LA Trattativa (2014)

The State-Mafia Pact (original title: La trattativa) is a 2014 Italian documentary film written and directed by Sabina Guzzanti, who also starred in the film. The storyline is about the State-Mafia Pact, the negotiation between Italian State and Cosa Nostra, that is supposed to be occurred after the '92-'93 bombings. It was screened out of competition at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.

So Weit Und Gross: Die Natur Des Otto Modersohn (2016)

First Option (1996)

First Option is a 1996 Hong Kong action film written and directed by Gordon Chan, and starring Michael Wong and Gigi Leung. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 14 September 1996. It was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival.

Wader Wecker - Vater Land (2011)

Fjorton Suger (2004)

Fjorton suger (English: "Fourteen Sucks") is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 29 October 2004, directed by Emil Larsson, Henrik Norrthon and others, about a teenage girl and her family.

The Strange History of Don't Ask, Don't Tell (2011)

Maciste, gladiatore di Sparta (1964)

Thrilling spectacle pits Poseidon, the son of Hercules, against fearsome gladiators and ferocious beasts in a struggle to free captive Christians intended for slaughter in the Roman arena. Can Poseidon pull off some Herculean feats of his own and make dear old dad proud?

Mommy's Day (1997)

Mommy 2: Mommy's Day (also known as just Mommy's Day) is a 1997 low budget sequel to the 1995 thriller Mommy starring Patty McCormack once again as the psychotically obsessed mother who is trying to reunite with her daughter.

Aparecida: O Milagre (2010)

Medea Miracle (2007)

Medea Miracle (French: Médée Miracle) is a 2007 French-Italian drama film directed by Tonino De Bernardi and starring Isabelle Huppert.

The Lost Tribe (1983)

An anthropologist disappears in New Zealand while looking for a lost tribe, so his wife and his twin brother go to look for him. Also seeking him are the police, who suspect that one of the twins is responsible for a hooker's murder...

Rewers (2009)

Reverse (original title: Rewers) is a 2009 Polish comedy-drama film, directed by Borys Lankosz.

Little Paris (2008)

Little Paris is a 2008 German drama film directed by Miriam Dehne.

Carmen (1978)

Carmen (1984) is a film directed by Francesco Rosi. It is a film version of Bizet's opera Carmen.Julia Migenes stars in the title role, Plácido Domingo as Don José, Ruggero Raimondi as Escamillo, and Faith Esham as Micaela. Lorin Maazel conducts the Orchestre National de France. The film premiered in France on March 14, 1984, and in the U.S. on September 20 of that year. In 1985, the film was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Film.

The Firing Squad (1999)

The Firing Squad is a 1999 drama film directed by Tim Story starring Kevin Mambo.

3 Holiday Tails (2011)

Write Me - Postcards to Copacabana (2009)

Salami Aleikum (2009)

Salami Aleikum is a 2009 Comedy film by Ali Samadi Ahadi about an Iranian migrant family in Germany who try to cope with life in exile. There are animation parts and some musical videoclips (Iranian music and dance) are included. Salami Aleikum was a successful film in Germany.

Jungle Queen (1945)

Jungle Queen (1945) is a Universal movie serial. Material from this serial was re-edited into the feature film Jungle Safari (1956).

Natale a Beverly Hills (2009)

Sweets (2014)

Beyond the Sphere of Reasonable Doubt (2018)

Reaching out to the far recesses of oneself and the universe with sessions of Spiritism inside a game show. Three candidates are taking part in a TV show, a game of spirit ism. The game goes too far and takes over the TV show as the candidates are being transported into a different dimension. Each candidate must introduce the person they want to get in touch with in the "after life". Reverend Piccard, the TV show host is getting in touch with the "after life" and communicates with the candidates the results and in turn they react accordingly. Reaching out to the "after life" is reaching out to the far recesses of oneself and the universe.

Doodle Baby (2011)

Taxman (1999)

Taxman is a 1999 film directed by Avi Nesher and written by Nesher and Roger Berger. A tax investigator chasing a tax evader stumbles upon a series of bloody murders and gets wrapped up in an investigation with a rookie cop despite his boss' orders to stay out of the way.

Sodoma... L'altra faccia di Gomorra (2013)

Ciro, Marco and Ettore are three friends who dream of becoming big shots in the world of organized crime. Actually what they are looking for is a permanent employment rather than non-stop gun action, extortion and dealing. Daddone, on the other side, is totally frustrated with the outcome of his criminal career and dreams of a coup that would make him the godfather of the gangs in town. Unfortunately, no one takes him seriously, least of all his own wife who treats him like a cheap small time hustler and sends him always on errands.

The Klondike Gold Rush (2015)

Mystery Of The Necronomicon (1999)