The Princess and the Gangster (2009)

Kingdom of Sweden (2018)

Karate Warrior 2 (1988)

Moschettieri del re - La penultima missione (2018)

A Morte de Narciso (2003)

Stories from the Kronen (1995)

Stories from the Kronen (Spanish: Historias del Kronen) is a 1995 Spanish drama film directed by Montxo Armendáriz. Starring Juan Diego Botto and Jordi Mollà, the film is an adaptation of José Angel Mañas eponymous novel. It was entered into the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

La corruzione (1963)

Corruption (Italian: La corruzione) is a 1963 Italian drama film directed by Mauro Bolognini.

Das Gelbe vom Ei (1999)

Mujeres, de Coque Malla (2019)

The Five Days (1973)

The Five Days (Italian: Le cinque giornate; also known as The Five Days of Milan) is a 1973 comedy-drama film directed by Dario Argento.

Peor imposible, ¿qué puede fallar? (2002)

La ReBusqueda (2014)

Degrees North (2012)

Degrees North is an intimate expose of what adventure means to leading action sports athletes. We see a dangerous and untried technique coupled with the worst snow season for generations. Degrees North is an adventure story filled with high and lows.

Bonobo: The North Borders Tour - Live (2015)

Silver Forest (2011)

Bao biao (1976)

2 Jacks (2012)

Two Jacks is a 2012 comedy-drama film directed by Bernard Rose and starring Sienna Miller and Danny Huston. It is an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's short story "Two Hussars" and is Rose's fifth Tolstoy adaptation, which include Anna Karenina (1997), Ivans XTC (2002), The Kreutzer Sonata (2008) and Boxing Day (2012). The film premiered in competition at the Montreal World Film Festival (August 23 to September 3, 2012).

Vincent (1981)

SEE Factory Sarajevo mon amour (2019)

Dark Was The Night (2012)

Dark Was the Night is a 2018 American drama film written and directed by Joshua Leonard and starring Marisa Tomei, Charlie Plummer and Timothy Olyphant.

Dans met de Duivel (2015)

Karsten og Petra på vinterferie (2014)

The Stones in the Park (1969)

The Stones in the Park generally refers to a free outdoor festival held in Hyde Park on 5 July 1969, headlined by The Rolling Stones and featuring Third Ear Band, King Crimson, Screw, Alexis Korner's New Church, Family and The Battered Ornaments, in front of a crowd estimated at between 250,000 and 500,000 fans. It was the Stones' first public concert in over two years, and was planned as an introduction of new guitarist, Mick Taylor, though circumstances inevitably changed following the death of former member Brian Jones two days earlier. The band rehearsed at the Beatles' studio in the basement of Savile Row, and Jagger and Richards came up with a 14-song set; the Hyde Park concert would be the first time many of the songs had been played before a public audience. The PA system was supplied by Watkins Electric Music, who had already handled amplification at previous Hyde Park shows. Fans started to arrive at the park with candles on 4 July in tribute to Jones, and by the morning of 5 July, 7,000 people had already gathered. Mick Jagger read a short eulogy on stage before the Stones' set began, reading two stanzas of Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem on John Keats's death, Adonaïs, from a calf-bound book. After this recital, several hundred cabbage white butterflies were released. The setlist for their performance was "I'm Yours & I'm Hers", "Jumpin' Jack Flash". "Mercy Mercy", "Down Home Girl", "Stray Cat Blues", "No Expectations", "I'm Free", "Loving Cup", "Love in Vain", "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", "Honky Tonk Women", "Midnight Rambler", "Street Fighting Man" and "Sympathy for the Devil". During the 18-minute-long rendition of "Sympathy for the Devil", a number of African tribal drummers joined the band. While the event is considered a memorable one by several critics, they also agree that it was not one of the Stones' best performances, and the guitars played during the concert were out of tune. In a 1971 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Keith Richards evaluated their performance, "We played pretty bad until near the end, because we hadn't played for years ... Nobody minded, because they just wanted to hear us play again." The Stones' portion of concert was filmed by Granada Television and broadcast that September. It has since been released on DVD and Blu-ray. In April 2013, the band announced their intention to play two return concerts on 6 and 13 July, although the performances were not free.

My Dad's a Detective (2009)

La cuccagna (1962)

La cuccagna, internationally released as A Girl... and a Million, is a 1962 Italian drama film directed by Luciano Salce. In 2008 it was restored and shown as part of the retrospective "Questi fantasmi: Cinema italiano ritrovato" at the 65th Venice International Film Festival.

La ragazza in vetrina (1961)

Girl in the Window (Italian: La ragazza in vetrina, French: La fille dans la vitrine) is a 1961 Italian-French drama film written and directed by Luciano Emmer and starring Lino Ventura and Magali Noël. It is based on the novel by Giovanni Comisso.

22 minuty (2014)

Die Thomaner - Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (2012)

Feuer unter Deck (1979)

Chouans! (1988)

Chouans! is a 1988 French historical adventure film directed by Philippe de Broca and starring Sophie Marceau, Philippe Noiret, and Lambert Wilson. Based on the 1829 novel Les Chouans by Honoré de Balzac, the film is about a woman who must choose between two brothers on opposite sides of the French Civil War of 1793. For her performance in the film, Sophie Marceau received the Cabourg Romantic Film Festival Award for Best Actress.

Mülheim - Texas: Helge Schneider hier und dort (2015)

Die Mütter-Mafia (2014)

Die fruchtbaren Jahre sind vorbei (2019)

Side by Side (2013)

Ad ovest di Paperino (1981)

A Very Pink Christmas (2011)

Lo Spazio Bianco (2009)

The White Space (Italian: Lo spazio bianco) is a 2009 Italian drama film directed by Francesca Comencini. It entered the main competition at the 66th Venice International Film Festival.

Des Lebens Überfluss (1950)

Abundance of Life (German: Des Lebens Überfluss) is a 1950 West German romantic comedy film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Erika Müller, Ingeborg Körner and Gunnar Moller. It was one of the last of the Rubble films made in the immediate post-war years. It updates a story by Ludwig Tieck to modern-day Hamburg, addressing the shortage of housing in the heavily bombed city. It was made at the Wandsbek Studios in Hamburg and also shot on location in the city. The film's sets were designed by the art director Mathias Matthies.

Überleben an der Scheidungsfront (2014)

A Hitman's Solitude Before the Shot (2014)

Der Bärenhäuter (1986)

The Bearskin is a German movie from the year 1986, based on the fairy tale Bearskin.

Young, Beautiful and Screwed Up (2003)

Engel im Abendkleid (1951)

Angelina Ballerina: Spring Fling (2014)

Spring is in the air, and Angelina and the mouselings dance their way through spring traditions from around the world.

The National Gallery: Leonardo Live (2012)

'Leonardo Live' will provide a unique opportunity for art lovers to share in the excitement of viewing 'Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan' the night before it opens to the general public.

Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins (1991)

Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins, also released as or Dragon Ball: Ultimate Edition, is an unofficial live-action remake of the first Dragon Ball animated film Curse of the Blood Rubies, made in 1986. The plot revolves around a rag-tag group of heroes, led by Son Goku trying to stop the antagonist named King Horn from using the wish-granting Dragon Balls to rule the world.

The Stranger Came Home (1954)

A Stranger Came Home, released in the United States under the title The Unholy Four, is a 1954 British film noir. It was based on the novel Stranger at Home, which was credited to film actor George Sanders but was actually ghostwritten by Leigh Brackett. It was directed by Terence Fisher and starred American actress Paulette Goddard.

Nagima (2014)

Grenzbock (2016)

Anclados (2010)

Naufragio (2010)

Vacanze Di Natale A Cortina (2011)

Vacanze di Natale a Cortina (Christmas holidays in Cortina) is a 2011 Italian comedy film written and directed by Neri Parenti. The film features many cameos including Bob Sinclar, Renato Balestra, Edinson Cavani, Prince Emanuele Filiberto, Cesare Prandelli, Mara Venier and Simona Ventura. It grossed $14,847,186 at the Italian box office.

Elvis: The Comeback Special (1968)

Iconic Television Special starring singer Elvis Presley, originally aired on December 3, 1968. It marked Elvis Presley’s return to live performance and re-launched Presley’s singing career.

Thumb Wars: The Phantom Cuticle (1999)

Thumb Wars: The Phantom Cuticle is a 1999 short film directed by Steve Oedekerk. Using dressed up and coifed thumbs as puppets, Oedekerk created a parody of Star Wars, with characters like Loke Groundrunner, Princess Bunhead, Oobeedoob Benubi, Hand Duet, Crunchaka, Beeboobeep, Prissypeo, Black Helmet Man and Gabba the Butt. Thumb Wars debuted on American television May 18, 1999, on UPN. It had its cable premiere on Cartoon Network on October 2, 2008 to promote the Clone Wars series that premiered the next day. The TV version provided a trimmed down version of the film. It was also re-released in 2002 alongside Thumbtanic as the Thumb Wars/Thumbtanic Thumb Double Feature on VHS and DVD. In 2005, the filmettes were again released together as a UMD Video on the PlayStation Portable system.

The Flip Side (2001)

Ronnie, a struggling restauranteur is mired in debt. Three years ago she met British movie star Henry whilst he was filming in her hometown and despite declarations of love and the promise of an exciting future in London, the relationship ended when his movie wrapped, leaving her heartbroken. Now living with the good-hearted and loyal Jeff, Ronnie’s world is once again turned upside-down when Henry returns to Australia with his French lover Sophie in tow. Any possibility of fun quickly disappears into a fog of paranoia and truly appalling behaviour. The Call Back pitches a young couple against the visitors from hell, an insufferable duo who operate with the confidence of the anointed.

An Angel Has Appeared (1961)

An Angel Has Arrived (Spanish:Ha llegado un ángel) is a 1961 Spanish musical film. It was the second movie to star child singer and actress Marisol. The movie was a commercial success.

Garden of Eden (2012)

Santo and the Vengeance of the Mummy (1971)

Natale A Rio (2008)

Natale a Rio (Christmas in Rio) is a 2008 Italian cinepanettone directed by Neri Parenti with Christian De Sica. In Italy this film has grossed 24.678.792 €. This is the third film starring De Sica without mate Massimo Boldi, his shoulder of honor in these films that make up the saga of Italian "cinepanettoni". In fact, in 2006 they were separated in film roles following a dispute.

Het Doet Zo Zeer (2017)

A Life for Football (2014)

Wasted Youth (2011)

Wasted Youth is a Greek drama film from 2011, directed by Argyris Papadimitropoulos.

Bambou (2009)

Elli Makra - 42277 Wuppertal (2008)

Kyoko (1996)

Kyoko is a 2000 film, written and directed by Ryu Murakami and based on Murakami's 1995 novel of the same name. The story concerns a Japanese woman who travels to the US to find the Cuban-American GI that taught her Latin dance when she was a child.

After Autumn (2007)

Massacre Mafia Style (1974)

Massacre Mafia Style (also known as The Executioner or Like Father, Like Son) is a 1974 independent film written, directed and produced by Italian-American crooner-actor Duke Mitchell. The tagline for the film was "You’re IN, or you’re IN THE WAY." Massacre Mafia Style was written, produced, self-financed and directed by Duke Mitchell, and was accumulated from all of his real-life run-ins with similar characters and mob stories. Duke Mitchell was an actor and singer (providing the singing voice of Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones cartoons) and was once part of a comedy duo with partner Sammy Petrillo who together starred in the 1952 cult film Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla with Bela Lugosi of Dracula fame. The pair whose act, Mitchell & Petrillo, was imitative of Martin & Lewis (Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis), was sued by Lewis after the Lugosi film was released. Mitchell went on to become a well-known crooner and nightclub act in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and as such, was known as the “King” of Palm Springs and ran in some of the same circles as pal Frank Sinatra. His nightclub act revolved around his Sinatra-like crooning and rockabilly Italian-American songs. With such behind-the-scenes access, Mitchell often used several of the nightclubs that he sang in as locations for his films; such places as The Buggy Whip in Los Angeles. Mitchell would use the money he made singing to fund his independent films. Several of Mitchell’s projects never saw the light of day, including his next film Gone with the Pope which only existed as a work print when it was found in a garage by Grindhouse Releasing’s Bob Murawski and Sage Stallone. It was carefully restored and released theatrically in 2011 by Grindhouse Releasing, which has also restored and released Mitchell’s Massacre Mafia Style on Blu-ray in 2015. While not prosecuted for obscenity, the film was seized and confiscated in the UK under Section 3 of the Obscene Publications Act 1959 during the video nasty panic.

La Venganza De Gabino Barrera (1971)

Tiresia (2003)

Tiresia is a 2003 French film directed by Bertrand Bonello and written by Bonello and Luca Fazzi. Based on the legend of Tiresias, it tells of a transsexual who is kidnapped by a man and left to die in the woods. She is then saved by a family and receives the gift of telling the future. The film stars Laurent Lucas, Clara Choveaux, Thiago Telès and Célia Catalifo. Tiresia was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.

A Boatload of Wild Irishmen (2010)

Helden Van De Zee (2016)

Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female Patriots (2014)

Tehroun (2010)

The Metropolitan Opera: The Exterminating Angel (2017)

The Met presents the American premiere of Thomas Adès’s The Exterminating Angel, inspired by the classic Luis Buñuel film of the same name. Hailed by the New York Times at its 2016 Salzburg Festival premiere as “inventive and audacious … a major event,” The Exterminating Angel is a surreal fantasy about a dinner party from which the guests can’t escape. Tom Cairns, who wrote the libretto, directs the new production, and Adès conducts his own adventurous new opera.

Un'estate ai Caraibi (2009)

Un'estate ai Caraibi is a 2009 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Vanzina. It stars Gigi Proietti, Enrico Brignano, Carlo Buccirosso, Biagio Izzo, and Martina Stella.

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.

Las luchadoras vs el robot asesino (1969)

LA Nit Que Va Morir L'elvis (2011)

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.

Robin Des Bois, LA Veritable Histoire (2015)

Robin des bois, la véritable histoire (English: Robin Hood, the true story) is a 2015 French comedy film.

In the Open (2012)

Mystery Of The Necronomicon (1999)

It May Be Love But It Doesn't Show (2011)

It May Be Love But It Doesn't Show, Italian: Anche se è amore non si vede, is a 2011 Italian comedy film written, directed and starred by the comedy duo Ficarra e Picone. It is their first film in which the setting is not Sicilian.The film was a box office success, grossing over 6 million euros.

Waiting for the Clouds (2003)

Waiting for the Clouds (Bulutlari Beklerken) is a film from 2003, Turkey. The film was directed by Yeşim Ustaoğlu. It is based on a novel by Georgios Andreadis titled Tamama. The film was produced by Setarh Farsi, Helge Albers and Behrooz Hashemian. The film was nominated in Montréal World Film Festival 2004.

Unplugged: Leben Guaia Guaia (2012)

The Little Fox (1981)

The Little Fox, known in Hungary as Vuk, is a 1981 Hungarian animated film produced by Pannónia Filmstúdió, based on the novel Vuk by István Fekete. The film is directed by Attila Dargay and written by Attila Dargay, István Imre, Ede Tarbay, and Magyar Televízió, the Hungarian national public service television company, owned by the Government of Hungary and launched in 1981.

Santo vs. the Riders of Terror (1970)

Shakespeare's Globe: A Midsummer Night's Dream (2014)

How Strange to Be Named Federico (2013)

One great auteur pays loving tribute to another in this film by Ettore Scola about his decades-long friendship with Federico Fellini.

Der Letzte macht das Licht aus! (2007)

The Bitch Wants Blood (1969)

The Scarlet Lady (French: La femme écarlate; Italian: La donna scarlatta) is a 1969 French/Italian comedy film directed by Jean Valère and starring Monica Vitti, Maurice Ronet, and Robert Hossein. Written by Paul Gégauff and Jean Valère, the film is about a beautiful Italian businesswoman who, after being swindled out of her fortune by her boyfriend, travels to Paris to kill him before killing herself.

The Party Crashers (1998)

Asterix and Caesar (1985)

Asterix Versus Caesar is a 1985 animated film that was written by René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo and Pierre Tchernia, and directed by Paul and Gaëtan Brizzi, and is the fourth film adaptation of the Asterix comic book series. The story, an adaptation that combines the plots of Asterix the Legionary and Asterix the Gladiator, sees Asterix and his friend Obelix set off to rescue two lovers from their village that had been kidnapped by the Romans. The film's theme song, Astérix est là, was composed and performed by Plastic Bertrand.

The Student (2011)

The Student (Spanish: El estudiante) is a 2011 Argentine drama film written and directed by Santiago Mitre.

Star Runner (2003)

Star Runner, , is a 2003 Hong Kong action/romance film co-written and directed by Daniel Lee. It is rated PG-13; "For intense sequences of martial arts action violence" by the MPAA.

Cin Kuyusu (2015)

Horst Schlämmer - Isch kandidiere! (2009)

The Children's Orchestra (2008)

Down to Earth (1994)

Down to Earth (Portuguese: Casa de Lava) is a 1995 Portuguese drama film directed by Pedro Costa. The film is set in Cape Verde Islands, a former Portuguese colony. The drama is characterized by its reduced narrative, and photographies of the volcano in the Cape Verde islands. The title literally means "a house of lava". The film has been described[who?] as Costa's remake of Jacques Tourneur's 1943 film, I Walked with a Zombie. Costa's work has often been compared[who?] to modern updates to classical Hollywood auteurs, with Jonathan Rosenbaum pointing out that Colossal Youth may be viewed as Costa's remake of John Ford's 1960 film Sergeant Rutledge.[citation needed] Casa de Lava was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at 1994 Cannes Film Festival.

People in Luck (1963)

Les Veinards English: The Lucky, is a French comedy film from 1963, directed by Philippe de Broca and Jean Girault, written by Jacques Vilfrid and Jean Girault, starring France Anglade and Louis de Funès (uncredited). The film is known under the titles: "People in Luck" or "The Lucky" (English titles), "Die Glückspilze" or "Fünf Glückspilze" (West Germany), "I fortunati" (Italy).