Respectable parents protest when a sexually liberated woman (Mireille Darc) seduces and falls in love with their son, a student in 1920s Paris.
Alaska Passage (1959)
Alaska Passage is a 1959 drama directed by Edward Bernds, starring Bill Williams and Naura Hayden.
Permanent Vacation (2007)
Permanent Vacation is a dark comedy film written, directed, and produced by W. Scott Peake and is based upon the novel, What We Did On Our Holidays by Geoff Nicholson. Permanent Vacation is Scott’s first feature film after a career in directing commercials and music videos. It was shot on 35mm film.
The Legend of Awesomest Maximus (2011)
The Legend of Awesomest Maximus is a 2011 comedy film directed by Jeff Kanew, starring Will Sasso. It was released theatrically on August 5, 2011. It was released on DVD on March 20, 2012.
Ten Little Indians (1965)
Ten people—eight strangers and two married domestics—attend a posh weekend at a remote castle. What’s the occasion?
Each has unwittingly been invited to his/her own murder. Who’s behind this dastardly plot?
You’ll have a devilishly tense time figuring it out while watching this clever Agatha Christie adaptation. Ten Little Indians refers to the ten invitees, the familiar nursery rhyme and the figurines affixed to a serving plate at the castle.
After the fatal poisoning of a guest, one figurine goes eerily missing. One down. Nine to go. Who’s next?
That’s a fate Hugh O’Brian, British screen veterans Leo Genn, Wilfrid Hyde-White and Stanley Holloway, and Goldfinger girl Shirley Eaton desperately hope to avoid.
Star! (re-release title Those Were the Happy Times) is a 1968 American biographical musical film starring Julie Andrews and directed by Robert Wise. The screenplay by William Fairchild is based upon the life and career of British performer Gertrude Lawrence.
Puppy Love (2012)
A single mother (Candace Cameron Bure) adopts a dog for her daughter (Katie Hawkins), then meets a ballplayer (Victor Webster) who claims to be the animal's owner.
A couple take a vacation to stave off divorce and become the target of two backwoods killers.
Christmas Rematch (2004)
La rivincita di Natale, internationally released as Christmas Rematch, is a 2004 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Pupi Avati. It is the sequel of the 1986 film Christmas Present.
Pot Zombies 2: More Pot, Less Plot (2012)
A bundle of radioactive pot turns people into zombies who snack on human flesh.
Albuquerque is a 1948 American Western directed by Ray Enright and starring Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton, George "Gabby" Hayes, and Lon Chaney, Jr.. Based on the novel Dead Freight for Piute by Luke Short, with a screenplay by Gene Lewis and Clarence Upson Young, the film is about a man who is recruited by his corrupt uncle to inherit his freight-hauling empire in the southwest, and who eventually defects to his uncle's honest business rival.
After a mysterious artifact is unearthed, a string of homicides spreads across a Florida city.
The Old Crowd (1979)
George and Betty throw a party in their new home despite not having furniture or working bathrooms.
Alias the Deacon (1940)
A clever card player is mistaken for a town's new deacon and becomes involved in a high-stakes game.
Asterix and Obelix Meet Cleopatra (2002)
The superheros of 50 B.C., Asterix (Christian Clavier) and Obelix (Gérard Depardieu), are called to Egypt to help an architect, Edifis (Jamel Debbouze), win a bet for Cleopatra (Monica Bellucci). Defending the greatness of her people, Cleopatra has told Julius Caesar that she will erect a great palace for him within three months. Then she tells her architect that, if he does not make the schedule, he is going to be fed to the crocodiles. Asterix and Obelix do their best to keep him alive.
Great Expectations (2012)
From the director of Four Weddings And A Funeral comes this fresh, absorbing film adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved novel starring Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes. After Pip, an orphaned blacksmith’s apprentice (Jeremy Irvine) inherits a fortune from an anonymous benefactor, his future seems promising. But a bitter heiress (Bonham Carter) is intent on preventing Pip from finding true love in this lush, satisfying drama that also stars Jason Flemyng, Robbie Coltrane and Holliday Grainger.
Zonad is a film by John Carney and Kieran Carney that premiered in July 2009 at the Galway Film Fleadh with the directors in attendance.
The film went to general release in Ireland March 19, 2010.
The Best Things In Life Are Free (1956)
The Best Things in Life Are Free is a 1956 American musical film directed by Michael Curtiz. The film stars Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey and Ernest Borgnine as the real-life songwriting team of Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson of the late 1920s and early 1930s; and Sheree North as Kitty Kane, a singer (possibly based on Helen Kane).
In 1957, the year after the film was released, it received an Oscar nomination for Lionel Newman in the category of Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture.
An Alibi for Death (1963)
An Alibi for Death (German: Ein Alibi zerbricht) is a 1963 Austrian-German crime drama film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Ruth Leuwerik , Peter van Eyck and Charles Regnier.It was shot in Vienna with sets designed by the art director Fritz Jüptner-Jonstorff.
Alibi For Murder (1936)
Alibi for Murder is a 1936 American crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring William Gargan and Marguerite Churchill. The supporting cast features Dwight Frye.
Kings Of Pastry (2009)
Kings of Pastry is a film by D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus that follows a group of world-class French pastry chefs as they compete for France's most prestigious craftsmen award: Meilleur Ouvrier de France, awarded by French President Nicolas Sarkozy. The competition, which takes place in Lyon, France, features a diverse range of creative trade professions, from carpentry to jewelry design to pastry making. The honor of wearing the blue, white and red striped collar given to the winners is considered to be the ultimate recognition of excellence in the pastry field. The film focuses primarily on Chef Jacquy Pfeiffer, co-founder of Chicago’s French Pastry School, and one of the sixteen finalist chefs competing — the sixteen finalists were selected from eighty semi-finalists during the semi-final rounds that took place in the months prior to the final competition.
Butterfly and Sword (1993)
A gang of eunuchs is attempting to overthrow the Ming Dynasty, and sibling assassins Sister Ko (Michelle Yeoh) and Brother Sing (Tony Leung) must infiltrate the group to stop them in this Hong Kong action thriller from director Michael Mak (Dragon Inn). Based on a serialized swordplay novel by popular Chinese pulp writer Gu Long, the film features spectacular action sequences staged by the legendary Ching Siu-tung (A Chinese Ghost Story)
Point Blank (1967)
After being double-crossed and left for dead, a mysterious man named Walker single-mindedly tries to retrieve the rather inconsequential sum of money that was stolen from him.
Alice in the Navy (1961)
Alice in the Navy (Greek: Η Αλίκη στο ναυτικό) is a 1961 Greek comedy film directed by Alekos Sakellarios.
Total Badass (2010)
Total Badass is a 2010 documentary by American director / producer Bob Ray that first premiered on May 19, 2010. Forgoing the usual route of signing a deal with a film distributor, the film will instead be showcased at different venues around the United States, along with some of the filmmaker's other independent films; such as the 2007's documentary Hell on Wheels.
Alina is a 1950 Italian drama film directed by Giorgio Pastina. The film stars Gina Lollobrigida as Alina and Amedeo Nazzari as Giovanni.
Gilsoddeum is a 1986 South Korean drama film directed by Im Kwon-taek. It was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival.
Dust of Life (2006)
Orphaned boys from southern Vietnam hatch an escape plan to get away from a re-education camp after the war ends.
Knights Of The City (1986)
Knights of the City (originally Cry of the City) is a 1986 action adventure film starring Leon Isaac Kennedy, Nicholas Campbell, John Mengatti and Janine Turner. It was directed by Dominic Orlando and written by Leon Isaac Kennedy and filmed in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood, Florida.
Mandala (Korean: 만다라) is a 1981 South Korean film about Buddhist monks in Korea. This is considered by many critics to be director Im Kwon-taek's breakthrough film as a cinematic artist.
Rosebud is a 1975 film directed by Otto Preminger, and starring Peter O'Toole, Richard Attenborough, and Peter Lawford. The script was by Otto's son, Erik Lee Preminger, based on the novel by Joan Hemingway and Paul Bonnecarrère. Originally the film was set to star Robert Mitchum, but he left after disagreements with Preminger. Kim Cattrall made her film début as a teenager. Barbara Emerson, who had been cast as one of the girls, was replaced during production.
Asterix & Cleopatra (1968)
Asterix and Cleopatra is a Belgian/French animated film released in 1968; it is the second Asterix adventure to be made into a feature film. Overseen by Asterix creators Goscinny and Uderzo, the film is noticeably more well-produced than its prequel, featuring far more detailed animation and a more polished soundtrack.
Paz! is a 2002 Italian comedy film written and directed by Renato De Maria. Set in 1977 in Bologna, it is based on several comic characters created by Andrea Pazienza.
All By Myself (1943)
All by Myself is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Felix E. Feist and written by Hugh Wedlock Jr. and Howard Snyder. The film stars Rosemary Lane, Evelyn Ankers, Patric Knowles, Neil Hamilton, Grant Mitchell and Louise Beavers. The film was released on June 11, 1943, by Universal Pictures.
Destination Tokyo (1943)
Destination Tokyo is a 1943 submarine war film. It was directed by Delmer Daves and written by Daves, former submariner Steve Fisher and Albert Maltz, and stars Cary Grant and John Garfield with featured performances by Dane Clark, Robert Hutton and Warner Anderson. Production began on June 21, 1943 and continued through September 4, 1943, and the film premiered in Pittsburgh on December 15, 1943. It was released generally in the U.S. on December 31, 1943.
Muay Thai Giant (2008)
Somtum is a 2008 Thai martial arts film starring Nathan Jones as a tourist in Pattaya who is drugged, robbed and left penniless. Befriended by two young girls, one of whom is a muay-thai kickboxing champion, he is taken to their family restaurant where he is fed some spicy som tam. His adverse reaction leads to the destruction of the restaurant, and he vows to raise the money to rebuild it.
Penitentiary II (1982)
Penitentiary II is a 1982 American Blaxploitation drama film, directed by Jamaa Fanaka. Released on April 2, 1982, the film is the sequel to 1979's Penitentiary. It was followed by another sequel, Penitentiary III which was released in August 1987.
Wild Card (2003)
Wild Card is a 2003 South Korean film directed by Kim Yoo-jin.
All Nudity Shall Be Punished (1973)
All Nudity Shall Be Punished (Portuguese: Toda Nudez Será Castigada) is a 1973 Brazilian drama film based on Nelson Rodrigues' play by the same name and directed by Arnaldo Jabor.
Santa Maradona (2001)
Santa Maradona is a 2001 Italian comedy film directed by Marco Ponti.
Slow Dancing In The Big City (1978)
Slow Dancing in the Big City is a 1978 film directed by John G. Avildsen. It stars Paul Sorvino and Anne Ditchburn. This was the first film made by Avildsen after 1976's Rocky won Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director. It has never been released on video or DVD.
Festival is a 1996 South Korean drama film directed by Im Kwon-taek, and based on the novel of the same title by Lee Cheong-jun.
Brady's Escape (1983)
Hosszú vágta is a Hungarian film directed by Pál Gábor. It was released in 1983.
Under the name Brady's Escape was released in English in the United States in 1984.
The movie starred John Savage and Kelly Reno. Savage played the part of an Air Force pilot, shot down over German-controlled Hungary during World War II. Reno played the part of a cowboy-idolizing teenager.
The Misadventures of Buster Keaton (1950)
A compilation of the legendary Buster Keaton's classic comedy gems.
Matilda is a 1978 American comedy film directed by Daniel Mann and starring Elliott Gould, Robert Mitchum and Lionel Stander.
A Gaze at the Sea (2011)
Rufino is widowed and returns to the town where he met his wife. There, he reconnects with his friend Gaspar, who cares for an orphan girl named Ana-E, with whom he has a hostile coexistence. Solitude will challenge them and unite them at the same.
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth (2011)
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth is a 2011 rockumentary about the American rock band Foo Fighters, directed by filmmaker James Moll. The film documents the band's history, and gets its title from a track on the Foo Fighters' seventh studio album Wasting Light.
The Profession of Arms (2001)
The Profession of Arms (Italian: Il mestiere delle armi) is a 2001 Italian film directed by Ermanno Olmi.
Legion Of The Dead (2001)
William (Michael Carr) and Luke (Russell Friedenberg) take a trip through the desert and are kidnapped by Psycho Mike, a notorious killer. They escape from his clutches and arrive in a town run by a sadistic gang who are creating an army of the dead.
The Aurora Encounter (1986)
The Aurora Encounter is a 1986 American Weird Western science fiction film directed by the Jim McCullough Sr., written by Melody Brooke and Jim McCullough, Jr., and starring Jack Elam, Mickey Hays, Peter Brown, Carol Bagdasarian and Dottie West. It was based on the Aurora, Texas, UFO incident.
Carmen is a 1915 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film is based on the novella Carmen by Prosper Mérimée. The existing versions of this film appear to be from the re-edited 1918 re-release.
North West Frontier (1959)
It is the North West Frontier of India at the turn of the century. Captain Scott (Kenneth More) is sent by the British Governor to rescue a five-year-old Prince and his American Governess, Catherine Wyatt (Lauren Bacall), when a rebellion breaks out amongst the tribesmen. Scott is instructed to take the child to safety in Kalapur, which is 300 miles away, on the pretext that while he is alive, no rebellion can succeed. They are forced to travel on an old and fragile train, but it soon becomes clear that the danger from the train is the least of their worries. Someone on the train is trying to kill the Prince.
Along the Oregon Trail (1947)
Along the Oregon Trail is a 1947 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Monte Hale, Lorna Gray, Clayton Moore, Roy Barcroft, Max Terhune and Will Wright. The film was released on August 30, 1947, by Republic Pictures.
Romance on the Run (1938)
Romance on the Run is a 1938 American film directed by Gus Meins.
Modern Times (1936)
Modern Times is a 1936 American comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin in which his iconic Little Tramp character struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world. The film is a comment on the desperate employment and financial conditions many people faced during the Great Depression, conditions created, in Chaplin's view, by the efficiencies of modern industrialization. The movie stars Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford and Chester Conklin.
Gordon of Ghost City (1933)
Gordon of Ghost City (1933) is a Pre-Code Universal movie serial based on the novel Oh, Promise Me! by Peter B. Kyne. Buck Gordon (Buck Jones) is hired to discover who's been rustling a rancher's cattle, while simultaneously trying to protect a young girl (Madge Bellamy) and her prospector grandfather (Tom Ricketts) from having their newly discovered gold mine stolen from them by a mystery villain.
The Stoker (1932)
The Stoker is a 1932 American film directed by Chester M. Franklin.
Berlin Kaplani (2012)
Ayhan earns a living as a boxer and bodyguard in Berlin, and hopes for a miracle to come his way.
Cougars Inc. (2011)
Cougars, Inc., developed under the title Mother's Little Helpers and displayed in the title shot as Cougars Inc., is an American independent comedy written and directed by Asher Levin about a college-age teenager, played by Kyle Gallner, and his friends' adventures as escorts to attractive older women. The direct-to-DVD film was released May 10, 2011.
Four Wives (1939)
Four Wives is a 1939 drama film starring the Lane Sisters (Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane, Lola Lane) and Gale Page. The film was directed by Michael Curtiz and is based on the story "Sister Act" by Fannie Hurst. It was released by Warner Bros. on December 25, 1939. The film is a sequel to Four Daughters (1938) and was followed by Four Mothers (1941).
Return to Hansala (2008)
Return to Hansala (Spanish: Retorno a Hansala) is a 2008 Spanish film directed by Chus Gutiérrez. It won the Golden Pyramid Award at the 32nd Cairo International Film Festival and was also screened at the 2008 Dubai International Film Festival.
Fanfare is a 1958 Dutch comedy film directed by Bert Haanstra. The film was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival and the 1st Moscow International Film Festival.
The Human Dutch (1963)
The Human Dutch is a 1963 Dutch documentary film directed by Bert Haanstra, about the daily lives of people in the Netherlands. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. It was also selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 37th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Jezebel is a 1938 American romantic drama film released and directed by William Wyler. It stars Bette Davis and Henry Fonda, supported by George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, Donald Crisp, Richard Cromwell, and Fay Bainter. The film was adapted by Clements Ripley, Abem Finkel, John Huston and Robert Buckner, from the play by Owen Davis, Sr. The film tells the story of a headstrong young Southern woman during the Antebellum period whose actions cost her the man she loves. The film is based on a 1933 stageplay starring Miriam Hopkins. Tallulah Bankhead was originally slated for the role but fell severely ill during rehearsals.
The Tenant (2011)
A diabolical nurse carries on her employer's work in secret and creates a hideously deformed creature.
The Mudlark (1950)
The Mudlark is a 1950 film made in Britain by 20th Century Fox. It is a fictional account of how Queen Victoria was eventually brought out of her mourning for her dead husband, Prince Albert. It was directed by Jean Negulesco, written and produced by Nunnally Johnson and based on the 1949 novel of the same name by American artillery sergeant and newspaperman Theodore Bonnet (1908–1983). It starred Irene Dunne, Alec Guinness and Andrew Ray. "Mudlarks" were street children who survived by scavenging and selling what they could find on the banks of the River Thames. The film was a hit in Britain and made an overnight star of Andrew Ray, who played the title character.
Woman Trap (1929)
Woman Trap is a 1929 American drama film directed by William A. Wellman and starring Evelyn Brent. This action thriller was Wellman's second sound picture. Woman Trap is focused in a four cornered love between captain Hal Skelly (Clarence Wilson), Kitty Evans(Evelyn Brent) and his good for nothing brother Ray Malone (Chester Morris).
Reckless Ranger (1937)
Reckless Ranger is a 1937 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Nate Gatzert. The film stars Robert Allen, Louise Small, Mary MacLaren, Harry Woods, Jack Perrin and Buddy Cox. The film was released on May 30, 1937, by Columbia Pictures.
Milka - A Film About Taboos (1980)
Milka – A Film About Taboos is a 1980 Finnish drama film directed by Rauni Mollberg. It was entered into the 31st Berlin International Film Festival.
Sissi: The Fateful Years of an Empress (1957)
Sissi – Fateful Years of an Empress (Sissi – Schicksalsjahre einer Kaiserin) is a 1957 film directed by Ernst Marischka and starring Romy Schneider, Karlheinz Böhm, Magda Schneider, Gustav Knuth and Josef Meinrad, costumes by Gerdago (Gerda Gottschlich). It was entered into the 1958 Cannes Film Festival. It is the last film in the Sissi trilogy, following Sissi (1955) and Sissi – The Young Empress (1956). The director Ernst Marischka planned a fourth film, but Schneider refused to play Sissi any longer. She appeared 15 years later again as Empress Elisabeth in Luchino Visconti's 1972 film Ludwig.
The Men's Club (1986)
The Men's Club is a 1986 drama film directed by Peter Medak, based on the novel of the same name by Leonard Michaels. It stars Roy Scheider, Harvey Keitel, Frank Langella, Treat Williams, David Dukes and Richard Jordan. It is noted for a scene where Keitel (as Solly Berliner) assertively denies engaging in masturbation.
Zion Canyon: Treasure of the Gods (1996)
Filmmaker Douglas Memmott explores the history and beauty of the Zion Canyon area.
Amateur Crook (1937)
Amateur Crook is a 1937 American film directed by Sam Katzman. The film is also known as Crooked But Dumb (in the United Kingdom) and Jewel Thief (American TV title).
The Man I Love (1929)
The Man I Love (1929) is a part-talking sound film from Paramount Pictures produced in parallel silent and sound versions. This film survives in a copy sold to television in the 1950s. The film stars Richard Arlen. Some sources refer to this as Arlen's first sound film, but he co-starred Nancy Carroll in Dorothy Arzner's Manhattan Cocktail (1928), another part-talking picture released by Paramount.
A French architect and his friend fall for a beautiful woman (Sonia Petrovna) in Venice, Italy.
Notorious Gentleman (1945)
The Rake's Progress is a 1945 British comedy-drama film. In the United States, the title was changed to Notorious Gentleman. The film caused controversy with U.S. censors of the time, who trimmed scenes for what was considered graphic amoral and sexual content.
Simon of the Desert (1965)
Simon of the Desert (Spanish: Simón del desierto) is a 1965 film directed by Luis Buñuel. It is loosely based on the story of the ascetic 5th-century Syrian saint Simeon Stylites, who lived for 39 years on top of a column. Simon of the Desert is the third (after Viridiana and The Exterminating Angel) of three movies that Buñuel had made starring Claudio Brook and Silvia Pinal and produced by her then-husband Gustavo Alatriste. Today it is generally acclaimed by film critics.
Bubblegum & Broken Fingers (2011)
A mysterious silver suitcase witnesses each of its owner's personal disasters.
Just Can't Get Enough (2002)
An arrogant choreographer takes Chippendales dancers out of the nightclub and on the road.
Under the Sun of Satan (1987)
Under the Sun of Satan (French: Sous le soleil de Satan) is a 1987 French drama film directed by Maurice Pialat, starring Gérard Depardieu, Sandrine Bonnaire and Pialat. It is based on the 1926 novel of the same name by Georges Bernanos, and tells the story of a devout priest who becomes involved with a murderess. The film is about mysticism and God's grace.
The film won the Palme d'Or at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
Slasher: an IFC Original is a 2004 documentary directed by John Landis, produced by Chris Kobin, Stephen Cantor, and Daniel Laikind. The film chronicles the exploits of Michael Bennet, one of America's top used car salesmen, as he travels to Memphis, Tennessee to stage a slasher sale. The film is a compelling look at a conflicted man and a shady business. It premiered at the 2004 South by Southwest Film Festival before playing on the Independent Film Channel.
Duck Beach to Eternity (2012)
Filmmakers follow four young, single and attractive Mormons as they look for suitable spouses at an annual gathering in North Carolina.
The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960)
The Day They Robbed the Bank of England is a 1960 British crime film directed by John Guillermin. It was written by Howard Clewes and Richard Maibaum and based upon a novel by John Brophy.
Karen (Amy Huberman), a recovering addict, has successfully started a new life with her husband and young daughter until an ex-boyfriend shows up and forces her to confront a world she thought she'd escaped from.
How Did You Get In? We Didn't See You Leave (1984)
Par où t'es rentré ? On t'a pas vu sortir (How Did You Get In? We Didn't See You Leave) is a 1984 French film starring Jerry Lewis and Connie Nielsen. It was filmed and released in 1984 in France by the Gaumont Film Company.
The Fearmakers (1958)
A Korean veteran cooperating with a Senate committee uncovers subversives.
Las ratas (1997)
In 1950s Spain, a boy and his widowed father live near a poverty-stricken village and sell rodents for food.
The Tattoo (1968)
Le tatoué, also known as The Million dollar tattoo, or The Tattoo, or The tattoo man, is a French-Italian comedy movie from 1968, directed by Denys de La Patellière, written by Alphonse Boudard, and starring by Jean Gabin and Louis de Funès.
Perfect Number (2012)
Perfect Number is a 2012 South Korean mystery-drama film directed by Bang Eun-jin. Adapted from Keigo Higashino's novel The Devotion of Suspect X, it centers around a mild-mannered mathematics teacher who plans the perfect alibi for the woman he secretly loves when she unexpectedly murders her abusive ex-husband. Cho Jin-woong received a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 49th Baeksang Arts Awards in 2013.
Hearts & Minds (1995)
In this fact-based film, Andries Fourie (Danny Keogh) is a violent, racist South African police officer assigned to an undercover operation where he is required to infiltrate the African National Congress in an effort to murder top politicians. Although he is slowly but surely accepted in his new identity, his plan flounders when Nelson Mandela is freed from prison, resulting in the disbanding of his operation. Fourie is then left purposeless and alone in enemy territory.
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai (2002)
Pyaar Diwana Hota Hai is a 2002 Indian movie directed by Kirti Kumar, starring Govinda and Rani Mukerji. It is a remake of the Tamil movie Sollamale.
Heart of Light (1998)
Qaamarngup uummataa (Danish: Lysets hjerte) (English title: Heart of light) is a 1998 Greenlandic and Danish produced drama film directed and written by Jacob Grønlykke. It is the first major production for a film to be completely shot in Greenland. The film is about an Innu alcoholic, who has to come to terms with his criminal son. He leaves his village and seeks recovery, and returns a new man, refreshed. One of the central themes of the film is the conflict between modernity and tradition.
A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story (1977)
This is the love story between the baseball hero, Lou Gehrig and his wife Eleanor as they meet and eventually marry, told through Eleanor's eyes. Together, they go through the tremendous highs of his baseball career and then they deal with the incurable amytropic lateral sclerosis that kills Lou...the condition is later referred to as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Twigson Ties the Knot (2010)
Lillebror and Knerten turn the town upside down after Lillebror's mother is hurt in a bike accident.
Lady Be Good (1941)
Lady Be Good is an MGM musical film released in 1941. The film stars dancer Eleanor Powell, along with Ann Sothern, Robert Young, Lionel Barrymore, and Red Skelton. It was directed by Norman Z. McLeod and produced by Arthur Freed. This was the first of several films Powell made with Skelton. Powell received top billing, but Sothern and Young are the main stars. They play, respectively, Dixie Donegan, a would-be lyric writer and Eddie Crane, a struggling composer. The film takes its title and theme song ("Oh, Lady be Good!") from the 1924 George and Ira Gershwin Broadway musical, Lady Be Good, but otherwise has no connection to the play. According to film historian Robert Osborne in his introduction to a broadcast of the film on Turner Classic Movies in August 2006, the MGM devised the film as a vehicle to launch Sothern as a musical star. However, since she and Young were known primarily as light comic stars, the studio brought in Powell for a supporting role, but gave him top billing to attract audiences. This film's most notable sequence involves an epic tap dance routine by Powell, to the melody of Gershwin's "Fascinating Rhythm" (another song taken from the play). This musical number later featured in two films in the That's Entertainment! documentary series. In one of the films (That's Entertainment! III), behind-the-scenes footage reveals how this scene was accomplished. So Powell could dance between a series of pianos without interruption, stage hands quietly removed pieces of the set off-camera as she worked her way across the stage. This musical sequence was directed by Busby Berkeley. Another sequence features Powell doing a dance routine with a dog that she trained for the number. There are also phenomenal dance routines by the Berry Brothers. The film won an Academy Award for Best Song for The Last Time I Saw Paris, composed by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II.
Waltz Time (1945)
Waltz Time is a 1945 British musical film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Carol Raye, Peter Graves and Patricia Medina. In Imperial Vienna a young Grand Duchess is prevented from marrying the man she loves.
The Night They Robbed Big Bertha's (1975)
An eggheaded do-gooder targets an illegal massage parlor on a busy night.
Dogs of Hell (1982)
Dogs of Hell, also known as Rottweiler and Rottweiler: The Dogs of Hell, is a 1982 horror/thriller film starring Earl Owensby, Bill Gribble and Robert Bloodworth. The film was made and released as a 3-D film, with 3-D effects by Chris Condon.
Azaad is a 1955 Bollywood film produced and directed by Sriramulu Naidu S.M. It was the top grossing Hindi film in the year of its release, and one of the biggest Hindi film hits in the decade. In addition, Dilip Kumar won his third Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his work in this movie.
Filmmaker Chris Arnold provides a glimpse into the lives of transgendered people.