Santa Fe Rides (1937)
Santa Fe Rides is a 1937 American western film directed by Bernard B. Ray and starring Bob Custer, Eleanor Stewart and David Sharpe.
Filming 'Othello' (1978)
Filming Othello is a 1978 documentary film directed by and starring Orson Welles about the making of his award-winning 1951 production Othello. The film, which was produced for West German television, was the last completed feature film directed by Welles.
Uncle Tom's Fairy Tales (1969)
Uncle Tom's Fairy Tales is a 1969 film directed by then-film student Penelope Spheeris and starring comedian Richard Pryor. The only known negative of the film was said to have been shredded by Pryor after a disagreement with his wife at the time.
Going! Going! Gosh! (1952)
Going! Going! Gosh! is a Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series featuring Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. It was released on August 23, 1952. The cartoon was directed by Chuck Jones, and animated by Lloyd Vaughan, Ben Washam and Ken Harris.
Tender Age (2000)
Tender Age is a 2000 Russian drama film directed by Sergei Solovyov.
Ride bene... chi ride ultimo (1977)
Nor chor (2002)
Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping (2016)
Make Me Shudder 3 (2015)
The Rotten Fruit (2003)
The Rotten Fruit is an animated television series created by Noah Belson and Eli Roth. The show was about a rock and roll band consisting of violent, sociopathic pieces of fruit. The tagline was "They drink. They shag. They rock. They're fruit." Roth, the co-creator of the series went on to a successful career in film directing with such films as Cabin Fever and Hostel.
The Seven Brides of Lance-Corporal Zbruyev (1970)
Louis Theroux: Twilight of the Porn Stars (2012)
Hoe duur was de suiker (2013)
The Price of Sugar is a 2013 Dutch drama film based on the eponymous novel by Cynthia McLeod.
El abominable hombre de la Costa del Sol (1970)
Nave zem buras (1976)
Sept pièces pour cinéma noir et blanc (1983)
The Winged Scourge (1943)
Song About a Flower (1959)
Aethirree is a 2004 Indian Tamil action comedy film directed by K. S. Ravikumar. The film starred Madhavan, Sadha, Vivek, Kanika, Rahman and Delhi Ganesh in pivotal roles, and had a musical score composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. It was released in April 2004 to positive reviews from critics.
Un petit monastère en Toscane (1988)
The Torturer (1980)
Razor in the Flesh (1969)
Everest: A Climb For Peace (2007)
Carnaval no Fogo (1949)
Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)
Scrooge McDuck and Money is a short animated cartoon made by Walt Disney Productions in 1967.
Die Liebe Der Kinder (2010)
Sentimental Romance (1930)
Romance sentimentale is a 1930 French film directed by Grigori Aleksandrov and Sergei M. Eisenstein. The film is also known as Sentimental Romance.
Max's Tragedy (1911)
Ghetu Putro Komola (2012)
Ghetuputra Komola is a 2012 Bangladeshi musical film written and directed by Humayun Ahmed and produced by Impress Telefilm Limited. The film is Humayan Ahmed's last film before his death. The film was selected as the Bangladeshi entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
O Ilias tou 16ou (2008)
Les années 80 (1983)
A Feather in His Collar (1946)
I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat (2011)
Poor old Sylvester he never seems to be smart enough to outwit Tweety.
Citizen Tanouye (2005)
Little Belgium (1942)
It's Everybody's War (1942)
It's Everybody's War was a short dramatic propaganda film produced by 20th Century Fox and distributed by the Office of War Information in 1942.
High Over the Borders (1942)
Derrick contre Superman (1992)
Soldiers of the Sky (1941)
Soldiers of the Sky is a 1941 American short documentary film directed by Earl Allvine. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
The Sophomore (1929)
Christmas Under Fire (1941)
Christmas Under Fire is a 1941 British short documentary film directed by Harry Watt for the Crown Film Unit of the Ministry of Information. It was conceived as propaganda primarily for an American audience, to raise support for the Allied cause during the Second World War. Produced in the context of German bombings of British cities, it depicts the resilience of British civilians despite the hardships they suffered during Christmas 1940, by showing the continuation of Christmas traditions in the face of the disruptions caused by war. The film is a sequel to London Can Take It!, with the same narrator, Quentin Reynolds. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short, which was won by Churchill's Island.
Holiday Hookers (1976)
Mann kann, Frau erst recht (2012)
Sexy Harem Ada-Kaleh (2001)
Arnes Nachlass (2013)
A Jolly Good Furlough (1943)
Vente a ligar al Oeste (1972)
The Flying Man (1962)
Auf der Alm, da gibt's ka Sünd' (1950)
At Père Lachaise (1986)
The Fox's Widow (1962)
Face to the Wind (1950)
Boleiros 2: Vencedores e Vencidos (2006)
Muito Romântico (2016)
Elegy of a Crime (2018)
Sams in Gefahr (2003)
Tainá: The Origin (2011)
Tainá 3: The Origin (Portuguese: Tainá 3 – A Origem) is a 2011 Brazilian film directed by Rosane Svartman. This film is the third installment of the Tainá series.
The film follows the story of Tainá, a 5-year-old native orphan girl who dreams to become a warrior and find her true origin.
Sobre sete ondas verdes espumantes (2013)
Cromossomo 21 (2017)
MARIA: Não esqueça que eu venho dos trópicos (2017)
A Vida Extra-Ordinária de Tarso de Castro (2017)
Crô: O Filme (2013)
Time Was Endless (2016)
Time Was Endless (Portuguese: Antes o tempo não acabava) is a 2016 Brazilian drama film directed by Sérgio Andrade and Fábio Baldo. It was shown in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival.
Diário de um Exorcista - Zero (2016)
All or Nothing (2013)
Jogo Duro (1986)
S.O.S.: Women to the Sea (2014)
S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar is a 2014 Brazilian comedy film directed by Cris D'Amato starring Giovanna Antonelli, Reynaldo Gianecchini, Fabíula Nascimento, Thalita Carauta, Marcelo Airoldi and Emanuelle Araújo.
The film follows the story of Adriana, which disappointed with the end of her marriage, decides to win back her ex-husband embarking on the same cruise that he is with his new girlfriend, a soap opera star. The film was shot almost entirely on an ocean liner, but also had scenes shot in Venice.
Hoje is a 2011 Brazilian drama film directed by Tata Amaral, based on the book "Prova Contrária", by Fernando Bonassi. The film was the winner of the 44th Festival de Brasília in 2011.
Starring Denise Fraga, the film tells the story of Vera, a woman who fought against the military dictatorship in Brazil and began to receive a compensation from the Government for the disappearance of her husband, at the time of the crackdown.
À La Poursuite Du Bonheur Tour - Live à Bercy (2013)
Life Between the Waters (2017)
Life Between the Waters is a 2017 Albanian-language drama film written, directed and produced by Albanian filmmaker Ardit Sadiku, in his debut feature, starring Jorida Meta, Kastriot Shehi and Enxhi Cuku. The narrative focuses on a middle-aged, working-class married couple, whose lives unravel when their daughter suddenly disappears. The film screened at the 2017 Tirana International Film Festival.
Vilanova Artigas: the architect and the light (2015)
Devil's Bride (1973)
Devil's Bride is the first Lithuanian musical created in 1974 and based on the book by Kazys Boruta Baltaragio malūnas. Due to its popularity it is sometimes called a Lithuanian Jesus Christ Superstar rock opera. This musical is a joint creation by the director Arūnas Žebriūnas, composer Vyacheslav Ganelin and scriptwriter Sigitas Geda.
Nervo Craniano Zero (2012)
Raja Rishi (1985)
Raja Rishi is a 1985 Indian Tamil film directed by K. Shankar and produced by N. Sakunthala. The film stars Sivaji Ganesan, Prabhu Ganesan, M. N. Nambiar and Nalini in lead roles.
There is a touching scene where moved by the penance of Sage Vishvamitra, formerly King Kaushika; God Shiva grants him the status of brahmarishi and totally compassionate, Rajarishi sings the Gayatri Mantra.
Raggarjävlar (Swedish Greasers) (2019)
Hair-Raising Hare (1946)
Hair-Raising Hare is a Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon, released in 1946. It was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Tedd Pierce. It stars Bugs Bunny and features the first appearance of Chuck Jones' imposing orange monster character, unnamed here, but in later cartoons named "Rudolph" and then "Gossamer".
Wie angelt man sich seine Chefin (2007)
L'étrange Monsieur Victor (1938)
The Strange Monsieur Victor (French: L'étrange Monsieur Victor) is a 1938 French-German drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Raimu, Pierre Blanchar and Madeleine Renaud .
It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Hunte and Willy Schiller. The film was made by the German major studio Universum Film AG in collaboration with its French subsidiary.
It was the thirteenth most popular film at the French box office in 1938.
Slow - Langsam ist das neue schnell (2013)
Chaos is a 2005 American horror film about the rape and murder of two adolescent girls. It is an unofficial remake of Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left, with all character names changed and a different ending. It stars Kevin Gage and was written and directed by David DeFalco. The film received widespread critical panning.
Noah's Lark (1929)
Munimji is a 1955 Bollywood movie starring Dev Anand and Nalini Jaywant, and directed by Subodh Mukherjee. The story idea was by Ranjan, screenplay was by Nazir Hussain and dialogues by Nazir Hussain and Qamar Jalalabadi. Pran played the villain in the film. It also starred Ameeta and Nirupa Roy. The team of Mukherjee, Nazir Hussain, Dev Anand and music director S.D. Burman later got together to produce another movie, Paying Guest, in 1957. The song "Jeevan Ke Safar Mein Rahi," sung by Kishore Kumar, became a super hit. The film was remade in Telugu as Inti Guttu (1958).
[email protected] 2 (2009)
Do Not Go Gently (2007)
The Good People of Portugal (1981)
Kriminalnyy kvartet (1989)
Dirty Games (1989)
Das Wolkenphänomen von Maloja (1924)
Madness Rules (1947)
Madness Rules is a 1947 Swiss crime film directed by Leopold Lindtberg and starring Heinrich Gretler, Heinz Woester and Elisabeth Müller. It is based on the 1936 novel of the same name by Friedrich Glauser. Lead actor Gretler reprised his role of the policeman Jakob Studer from the 1939 film Constable Studer, also adapted from a Glauser novel.
Neutrality (Spanish:Neutralidad) is a 1949 drama film directed by Eusebio Fernández Ardavín and starring Adriana Benetti, Jorge Mistral and Manuel Luna. During the Second World War a German refugee is able to escape to America with the help of a neutral Spanish ship.