Don Segundo Sombra (1969)

Don Segundo Sombra is a 1969 Argentine drama film directed by Manuel Antín, based on the novel of the same name. Winner of the Silver Condor Award for Best Film, it was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.

Murder City Devils: Final Show - Halloween 2001 (2005)

L'homme qui répare les femmes: la colère d'Hippocrate (2015)

Bystree, chem kroliki (2014)

El carita (1974)

Jesús, María y José (1972)

El hermano Capulina (1970)

El Derechazo (2013)

Werewolf Game: Inferno (2018)

One by One (2015)

Marie Osmond's Merry Christmas (1986)

A Christmas Special with Luciano Pavarotti (1980)

Kidsongs: A Day at Old MacDonald's Farm (1985)

Join the Kidsongs Kids for a sing-along day on the farm and meet all of their animal friends. Songs include: Old MacDonald Had a Farm, Shortenin' Bread, This Old Man, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star and more!

Just the Facts: Understanding Literature - Elements of Drama (2003)

Joni Mitchell: The Fiddle and the Drum (2007)


Fabrizio Copano: Solo pienso en mi (2017)

Prisoners of the Sun (1990)

Blood Oath is a 1990 Australian feature film, known in some countries as Prisoners of the Sun. The film is based on the real-life trial of Japanese soldiers for war crimes committed against Allied prisoners of war on the island of Ambon, in the Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia), such as the Laha massacre of 1942.

H.H. Dalai Lama: Essence of Mahayana Buddhism (2011)

H.H. Dalai Lama: Facing Death and Dying Well (2011)

The Dalai Lama teaching about the truth of suffering, the Three Characteristics of Existence and the dissolution of the body's elements at death. His Holiness encourages us to develop our awareness of death and move from gross understanding to more subtle levels.

Busta Rhymes: Everything Remains Raw (2004)

Playboy: Hot Lips, Hot Legs (2003)

Der Schweinehirt (2017)

The Bachelor (1956)

The Bachelor (Italian: Lo scapolo) is a 1955 film directed by Antonio Pietrangeli, starring Alberto Sordi and Nino Manfredi. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.

Bunny Drop (2011)

Bunny Drop , also known as Usagi Drop, is a 2011 Japanese drama film based on the manga of the same name by Yumi Unita. The film is directed by Sabu, and the screenplay was done by both Sabu and scriptwriter Tamio Hayashi. Bunny Drop stars actor Kenichi Matsuyama, who plays Daikichi, an office worker and a single man. Child actress Mana Ashida also plays Rin, a six-year-old illegitimate child of Daikichi's grandfather, in the film.

6 Feet Below Hell (2017)

After a terrorist attack unleashes a virus that turns most of the world's population into the living dead, a doctor with the only known cure must rally a band of military specialists to save the planet from a zombie apocalypse.

Stay Human (2018)

Musician Michael Franti shares inspiring stories of people who have chosen to overcome cynicism with optimism and hope.

Codine (1963)

Codine is a 1963 French-Romanian crime film directed by Henri Colpi. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best Screenplay.

Si le vent te fait peur (1960)

If the Wind Frightens You (French: Si le vent te fait peur) is a 1960 Belgian drama film directed by Emile Degelin. It was entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.

Goreshto pladne (1966)

Torrid Noon is a Bulgarian drama film released in 1966, directed by Zako Heskija. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.

Pravarakyudu (2009)

A man tries to rekindle a college romance.

Dangar Doctor Jelly (2017)

A small-town veterinarian clashes with his stubborn in-laws.

River (2016)

River is a Canadian thriller film directed by Jamie M. Dagg. It premiered in the Discovery section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. Sutherland garnered a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Actor at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards. The film was chosen as the winner of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television's Claude Jutra Award, as the year's best feature film directed by a first-time director.

Alla mia cara mamma nel giorno del suo compleanno (1974)

Alla mia cara mamma nel giorno del suo compleanno (To my dear mother on the day of her birthday) is a 1974 Italian comedy drama film directed by Luciano Salce.

Farewell to Dream (1956)

Farewell to Dream is a 1956 Japanese film directed by Keisuke Kinoshita. Two of the supporting actors won Japanese awards in part based on their performances in Farewell to Dream.

Jia aur Jia (2017)

Jia Aur Jia is a 2017 Indian Hindi-language road film directed by Howard Rosemeyer. It stars Richa Chadda and Kalki Koechlin in lead roles. The movie is about how Jia teaches Jia how to live.

Gigil (2006)

A groom jilts his fiancee at the altar after he realizes that he is gay.

Chain Aye Na (2017)

A love story that revolves around a young musician named Rayyan who falls in love with Ruba at first sight. Ruba has no interest in Rayyan as she is happily engaged to Murad. What follows is a pursuit of true love by a passionate young man who faces all hurdles and whether or not he is able to win over this girl.

Banana Pancakes and the Children of Sticky Rice (2015)

Shai and Khao live in the small village of Muang Ngoi in Laos and have been friends since their childhood. They fish together, beat wood in the jungle and have learned to live in the wild nature. However, while Khao is happy and content in his family and working as a rice farmer, Shai, after spending some time in town, feels confined in the village. Khao feels his friend slip away. As a backpacker discovering the village, looking for the authentic original life and fascinated by the untouched nature and beauty of the country, at first hardly noticeable changes. The picturesque Buddhist festivals continue to be celebrated and the inhabitants follow the usual everyday business. But the arrival of money, the construction of accommodation for the tourists and new roads, where you could only be reached by adventurous boat trips, bring about a change which the backpackers themselves complain of when they see their original paradise threatened. Shai and Khao also react very differently to the new situation. The previously strongly spiritual life of the villagers, the traditional eastern values, meet a new system; the global capitalism. The search for the supposed prosperity and the pursuit of the connection to the modern world changes the formerly so remote village. Daan Veldhuizen shows, without taking sides, the impact of tourism.

Bill Huckstabelle: Serial Rapist (2015)

A celebrity struggles to keep a dark secret from destroying his career.

The Test (2013)

O Concurso is a 2013 Brazilian comedy film directed by Pedro Vasconcellos. The film was released in Brazil on July 19, 2013.

La vida después (2015)

A couple decide to separate. The man can not help but be anguished when he learns that she has started a relationship with an old friend of both. The woman suffers a shock when she begins to discover his past.

Wyjazd integracyjny (2011)

A clumsy chairman organizes a disastrous business conference at a luxury spa.

Wee Dragons (2018)

A noble dragon travels through time and space to restore peace to his kingdom.

Lost People (1957)

Lost Children is a 1956 Czechoslovak historical drama anti-war film directed by Miloš Makovec and based on a Jiří Brdečka's adaption of a short story by Alois Jirásek. The film was screened in the main competition section of the 1957 Cannes Film Festival.

St. Agatha (2018)

It's the 1950's in small town Georgia, a pregnant con woman on the run seeks refuge in a convent hidden in deafening isolation. What first starts out as the perfect place to have a child turns into a dark layer where silence is forced, ghastly secrets are masked, and every bit of will power Agatha has is tested. She soon learns the sick and twisted truth of the convent and the Odd people that lurk inside its halls. Agatha must now find a way to discover the unyielding strength needed to escape and save her baby before she's caged behind these walls forever.

While the Women Are Sleeping (2016)

While the Women Are Sleeping is a 2016 Japanese drama film directed by Wayne Wang. It was shown in the Panorama section at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival.

Conlanging: The Art of Crafting Tongues (2017)

Conlanging: The Art of Crafting Tongues is a 2017 documentary film about conlanging - the hobby of constructing artificial languages and the people who make them. The film features conlangers David J. Peterson (Dothraki and High Valyrian from Game of Thrones); Marc Okrand (Klingon from Star Trek) and David Salo (consultant on Tolkien's languages, particularly Sindarin for Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies), as well as Paul Frommer, linguistics professor and creator of Na'vi, and Christine Schreyer, (Kryptonian from Man of Steel) anthropologist at the University of British Columbia, who hopes to be able to apply conlanging methods to endangered languages. The film also looks at the history of the hobby and modern-day conlangers. While the film was made available for online purchase in 24 August, a premiere was held on 22 July at the University of Calgary's Plaza Theatre.. Production began in 2015, and received funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, but the film's future was secured through an Indiegogo campaign that raised $25,000 during August 2016. The Language Creation Society provided $3,000 worth of funds towards the film and held an interview with Watkins.

The Child of the Sahara (2018)

Days after his adoptive parents die in a car wreck, a French teenager learns that his biological parents live in a small village in the Sahara.

Kaake Da Viyah (2019)

Although a man wants to get married, he can't find a wife.

PawParazzi (2019)

A rising Hollywood starlet arrives on location for her newest movie to discover she won't be receiving the star treatment she's used to. Not only will the film be shot on a farm, but her accommodations will be on location as well.

The Gospel According to Bart (2015)

A young man has to come to terms with his sexual orientation after his boyfriend kills himself.

Zappatore (1980)

Zappatore is an Italian drama film directed by Alfonso Brescia and starring Mario Merola. The film was released in Italy on 5 December 1980. It is the "cine-scripted" which received the highest grossing theaters, ranking the 60th place of the most successful films in Italy in the 1980/81 season. The film is loosely based on the eponymous song, written by Libero Bovio and Albano.

Peanut Gallery (2015)

Molly Gandour, producer of Oscar®-nominated “Gasland,” embarks on a mission to her family home, to break the silence around her sister’s death. An intimate examination of sibling relationships, grief, and love.

The Lears (2019)

The Lears is a 2017 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Carl Bessai and starring Bruce Dern and Anthony Michael Hall. It is a modern adaptation of William Shakespeare's King Lear.

Maazii (2013)

Maazii is an Indian bollywood film., directed by Jaideep Chopra and produced by Jaideep Chopra & Narendra Singh. The title Maazii is an Urdu word meaning "the past".

Uncovered: The McMartin Family Trials (2019)

Joe Cocker: Across from Midnight (2004)

Shihad: Beautiful Machine (2012)

Disneyland Resort: Behind The Scenes (2010)

Unter Wölfen (2006)

Rammstein: Paris (2017)

Rammstein: Paris is the fourth live video and third live album by Rammstein. It was released on 19 May 2017. For the film the concerts on 6 and 7 March 2012 were filmed entirely. The scenes were cut with scenes recorded during rehearsals for the tour. Every show was filmed with 30 cameras in front of 17,000 people each night in Paris. The film was to be shown on 24, 26 and 30 November 2016, but the information leaked and several cinemas put up adverts too early, thus the release was postponed to 23, 24 and 29 March 2017.

At the Quinte Hotel (2005)

S.O.S.: Women to the Sea 2 (2015)

S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar 2 is a 2015 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Cris D'Amato and written by Sylvio Gonçalves and Bruno Garotti. It is a sequel of the 2014 film S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar, starring Giovanna Antonelli, Thalita Carauta, Fabíula Nascimento, Reynaldo Gianecchini, Rhaisa Batista, Felipe Roque and Felipe Montanari.

The Extreme Sukiyaki (2013)

Rise of the eSports Hero (2013)

My Sister Momoko (2003)

I Give You My Word (2013)

One Hand Clapping (2001)

One-Hand Clapping (Danish: At klappe med een hånd) is a 2001 Danish comedy film written and directed by Gert Fredholm, and starring Jens Okking, Peter Gantzler, and Susanne Juhász. The film was produced by Zentropa.

Chet Baker: Candy (2011)


Kenny Sebastian: Don't Be That Guy (2017)

Play It Loud! (2003)

It All Began When I Met You (2013)

It All Began When I Met You is a 2013 Japanese film directed by Katsuhide Motoki, and released by Warner Bros. in Japan on 22 November 2013. Inspired by the 2003 British romantic comedy Love Actually, the film is made up of six separate stories revolving around ten people at Tokyo Station just before Christmas. It was produced to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Tokyo Station, and was filmed with full cooperation by the railway company JR East.

Cinderella (1996)

Thiranthidu Seese (2015)

Thiranthidu Seese is a 2015 Tamil thriller film directed by Nimesh Varshan. The film stars Narayan, Veeravan Stalin and Dhansika, Anjena kirti in the lead roles while Ujayinee and others form an ensemble cast. Music for the film was composed by Ganesh Raghavendra and the film opened to positive reviews in May 2015.

We Will Be Strong in Our Weakness (2011)

Ich Du Inklusion (2017)

Since the summer of 2014, children with a need for support have a claim to common instruction in the regular schools. Many schools were closed. The 90-minute documentary film accompanies two and a half years of five elementary schoolchildren with and without support needs. They are part of the first official inclusion year at the Geschwister-Devries-Schule in Uedem (NRW). The documentary shows an open and direct school day and how it is when the inclusive claim meets reality.

One-Room Story (1991)

Time Heroes (2016)

Three Thousand Years of Longing (2020)

Someone is Happy Somewhere (2015)

Soft Self-Portrait of Salvador Dali (1969)

Mutant Video (1986)

The Return of Ruben Blades (1985)

Lilla Jönssonligan och stjärnkuppen (2006)

A Soldier's Revenge (2020)

Haunted by wartime horrors, Civil War soldier-turned-bounty-hunter Frank Connor (Neal Bledsoe) spends his time post-war polishing off two things: whiskey and fugitives. When two desperate children arrive on his doorstep and enlist his help to find their missing mother (AnnaLynne McCord), Frank must face his past in order to take down the notorious Major Briggs, with whom he has a score all his own to settle.

Best ABC Video Ever! (1989)

Happy Weekend (1983)

Cirque Du Soleil: Kooza (2008)

Die Spätzünder (2010)

Cum on Feel the Noize (2017)

Exclusive, long-lost live material from rock's most iconic bands &artists, as well as all-new original interviews with the living legends themselves: This film is your access-all-areas backstage pass to Heavy Metal and Hard Rock history.

Superstar in a Housedress (2004)

Superstar in a Housedress (2004) is a feature-length documentary by independent filmmaker Craig Highberger about the life and legend of Warhol superstar Jackie Curtis. Highberger also wrote the biography of the same name, published by Penguin imprint Chamberlain Bros. in 2005. The film includes interviews with surviving superstars Holly Woodlawn, Penny Arcade and Joe Dallesandro; as well as Paul Morrissey, the director of the Warhol films Flesh and Women In Revolt that Jackie appeared in; and Tony Award winners Harvey Fierstein, and Lily Tomlin who also narrates. The film also includes twenty friends and colleagues of Curtis who round out the story of the artist's life. Rare footage includes Curtis performing in Vain Victory, Heaven Grand in Amber Orbit, and Glamour, Glory and Gold.

Piece of Cake (2015)

Piece of Cake is a Japanese romance josei manga series written and illustrated by George Asakura. It was published by Shodensha from 2003 to 2008 on Feel Young magazine. The first two volumes were published in French by Asuka. A spin-off manga began in March 2015. A live action film adaptation directed by Tomorowo Taguchi was released on September 5, 2015 in Japan.

The Lure (1914)

The Lure is a 1914 film directed by Alice Guy Blaché. The cast features James O'Neill, Fraunie Fraunholz, Kirah Markham, and Claire Whitney. The Lure was an adaptation of a controversial play giving a sympathetic depiction of social pressures leading women into prostitution.

Two-Man Submarine (1944)

Two-Man Submarine is a 1944 American action film directed by Lew Landers and written by Griffin Jay and Leslie T. White. The film stars Tom Neal, Ann Savage, J. Carrol Naish, Robert B. Williams, Abner Biberman and George Lynn. The film was released on March 16, 1944, by Columbia Pictures.

The Cockpit (1993)

The Cockpit is a World War II anthology film based on Leiji Matsumoto's Battlefield manga. The animated shorts are written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, Takashi Imanishi and Ryousuke Takahashi.

Egy hét Pesten és Budán (2003)

A Long Weekend in Pest and Buda is a 2003 Hungarian drama film directed by Károly Makk. It was entered into the 25th Moscow International Film Festival.

Sea Devils (1998)

Der Trip (1996)