Martin and Lewis (2002)
Jerry Lewis (Sean Hayes) and Dean Martin (Jeremy Northam) forge a tumultuous relationship while enjoying success as a comedy duo.
Up There (2012)
Up There is a 2012 British feature film comedy-drama, written and directed by Scottish-based film-maker Zam Salim. It stars Burn Gorman, Kate O'Flynn, Aymen Hamdouchi, Chris Waitt, Jo Hartley and Warren Brown. It is financed by the UK Film Council, BBC and Creative Scotland. It is based on Zam Salim's award-winning short film 'Laid Off' which has over half a million hits on YouTube. 'Up There' received its World Premiere at the International Film Festival of Mannheim-Heidelberg on 18 November 2011. It won the award for Best Feature Film at the 2012 British Academy Scotland Awards, and was broadcast on BBC Two in August 2015.
Grazia is the affectionate, young mother of three children: a teenaged girl, Marinella, and two boys, Pasquale and Filippo. Vibrant and full of life, Grazia often sings along to the latest hit by Italian pop star Patti Pravo and enjoys finding ways to amuse herself and her children. But Grazia, much like the sea surrounding her island, can also be unpredictable and stormy. Her free-spirited attitude causes talk in the entire village. Grazia's husband, Pietro, lovingly stands by her in the face of small town gossip. But as Grazia's behaviour becomes more reckless, even the powerful shield of her family's love can't protect her. Her husband's relatives become convinced that she is seriously unstable and decide that she needs medical treatment in Milan. But Grazia will have no part of this and her son Pasquale finds a way to protect her and the bond that she shares with her family.
Tough Guys (1986)
Tough Guys is a 1986 action comedy film starring Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Eli Wallach, Charles Durning, Dana Carvey and Darlanne Fluegel. It was directed by Jeff Kanew. This was the first film to be released under the banner of Touchstone Pictures rather than Touchstone Films. Lancaster and Douglas had already made several films together, including I Walk Alone (1948), Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957), The Devil's Disciple (1959), and Seven Days in May (1964), becoming something of a team in the public's eye. Douglas was always second-billed under Lancaster but, with the exception of I Walk Alone, in which Douglas played a villain, their roles were more or less of equal importance. Tough Guys was their final collaboration.
Amar a Morir (2009)
Amar a morir ("Love to Die") is a 2009 Mexican-Colombian drama film.
Tabloid is a 2010 American documentary film directed by Errol Morris. It tells the story of Joyce McKinney, who in 1977 was accused of kidnapping and raping Kirk Anderson, an American Mormon missionary. The incident, known as the Mormon sex in chains case, became a major tabloid story in the United Kingdom and triggered a circulation battle between two popular tabloid newspapers, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express.
The film is based on interviews of McKinney, journalist Peter Tory (1939-2012), and photographer Kent Gavin conducted by Morris. The film makes reference to Mormon culture, such as temple garments.
Blue Vinyl (2002)
Blue Vinyl is a 2002 documentary film directed by Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand. With a lighthearted tone, the film follows one woman's quest for an environmentally sound cladding for her parents' house in Merrick, Long Island, New York. It also investigates the many negative health effects of polyvinyl chloride in its production, use and disposal, focusing on the communities of Lake Charles and Mossville, Louisiana, and Venice, Italy. Filming for Blue Vinyl began in 1994. Blue Vinyl teamed up with Working Films to create the My House is Your House Campaign to turn the film into an organizing tool by increasing deliberate consumer advocacy and influencing industry change. The film received scrutiny when the DVD was released with portions missing from the original broadcast. Lori Sanzone, a woman diagnosed with angiosarcoma of liver (ASL), a type of cancer associated with vinyl exposure, had her diagnosis changed to a different disease. Also, after an out-of-court settlement, an Italian court ended a talked about in Blue Vinyl.
Colorado Ambush (1951)
Colorado Ambush is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, Myron Healey and Lois Hall.
Little Noises (1992)
Little Noises is a 1992 dramedy film directed by Jane Spencer. The movie was released on June 1, 1992 in the United States and stars Crispin Glover as an awkward and unsuccessful writer who achieves fame after stealing the poetry of a deaf-mute. Little Noises was initially intended to be released straight to video but was given a theatrical release by Monument Pictures.
Rock and a Heart Place (2006)
A band plays 50 shows in 30 days to entertain the poor.
Mean Mother (1974)
Two soldiers (Clifton Brown, Dennis Safren) land in trouble when they go AWOL during the Vietnam War.
Dead Women In Lingerie (1991)
Scantily clad models turn up dead at a lingerie factory staffed almost exclusively by illegal aliens.
Deadly Dancer (1990)
The exotic dancers at a favourite police watering hole are dying like flies. All clues point to officer Alden. With time running out Alden must not only clear his name, but also keep from being the next victim.
Come Closer, Folks (1936)
Come Closer, Folks is a 1936 American comedy film directed by D. Ross Lederman. A print is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.
Cet Amour-là (2002)
French writer Marguerite Duras (Jeanne Moreau) begins a 16-year love affair with a much younger man (Aymeric Demarigny) who becomes her secretary.
Science Crazed (1989)
A bandaged fiend (Tony Dellaventura) walks the halls of an institute, looking for women to kill.
Under the Bridge (1984)
A man under a bridge encourages an abused teen to kill his needy sister.
The Most Terrible Time in My Life (1994)
The Most Terrible Time in My Life is a 1994 film directed by Kaizo Hayashi. The film is the first in the series featuring the detective Mike Hama, which included two more films by Hayashi, a TV series, and a film made from one episode of that TV series.
The Passenger (2006)
The Passenger (French: Le passager) is a 2005 French drama film directed by Éric Caravaca.
My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception (1999)
My X-Girlfriend's Wedding Reception is a 1999 comedy film directed by Martin Guigui.
Gleason is a 2002 American-Canadian television film directed by Howard Deutch and starring Brad Garrett as Jackie Gleason.
Kolka Cool (2011)
Kolka Cool is a Latvian film. This is a film that depicts the mentality of the inhabitants of a small village on the Baltic coast. Three guys are trying to fulfill their lives by drinking beer, killing time and picking fights with neighboring villagers. The main character, Andzha, is trying to convince his girlfriend to marry him. The sudden arrival of his elder brother Guido starts a series of events where elevated self-esteem, pride and cravings for love that is stronger than death emerge as the dominant themes.
An American journalist and a Japanese architect rescue an ancient farmhouse in Japan, changing their lives forever.
Zhao le (1993)
A man (Huang Zongluo) starts a club for fellow retirees, but they soon discover their meeting spot will be torn down to put up a karaoke club.
The Manifesto (2010)
A lone man documents his struggles against the global elite.
The Bowler (2010)
The life of Rocky Salemmo, a professional bowling hustler.
A Little Stiff (1991)
A Little Stiff is a 1991 minimalist comedy directed by Caveh Zahedi and Greg Watkins based on true events and re-enacted by the actual participants. Caveh Zahedi plays himself as a neurotic film student who develops a crush on art student Erin McKim after a brief encounter in an elevator.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 1991, aired on the Sundance Channel and German Television Station WDR, and was released on home video by World Artists.
The film is currently unavailable, although IFC Films was planning a re-release in 2008.
Love Me Still (2008)
Mickey spends eight years in prison, and his brother gets involved with his wife during his stay.
The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron (2003)
The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron is an American television movie aired by CBS in January 2003, which was based on the book Anatomy of Greed by Brian Cruver. The film, which stars Brian Dennehy, Christian Kane and Mike Farrell, and was directed by Penelope Spheeris, was a ratings hit for the network.
Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight (1975)
“A film without a beginning or an end,” in Downey’s words, this Dadaist thingamajig—a never-before-seen, newly reedited version of the director’s 1975 release Moment to Moment (also known as Jive)—is a rush of curious sketches, scenes, and shots that takes on a rhythmic life of its own. It stars Downey’s multitalented wife, Elsie, in an endless succession of off-the-wall roles, from dancer to cocaine fiend.
The Dead Hate the Living! (2000)
The Dead Hate the Living! is a 2000 low budget zombie film written and directed by Dave Parker and produced by Full Moon Entertainment.
Come Dance with Me! (1959)
Come Dance with Me! (French: Voulez-vous danser avec moi? Italian release "Sexy Girl") is a 1959 French-Italian drama film directed by Michel Boisrond and starring Brigitte Bardot. The film is based on the novel The Blonde Died Dancing by Kelley Roos.
Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story (1986)
A veteran of the Vietnam War, Mitch Snyder (Martin Sheen) cannot stomach the major neglect of the homeless that for too long has endured in America. Roused to action, he teams up with a homeless woman (Cicely Tyson) who teaches him how to survive in the harsh conditions that define a life out on the streets. Snyder and his supporters fight for the homeless in Washington, and before long their tenacious campaign forces the issue into the national consciousness.
For her first feature after graduating from the All-Russian State Institute for Cinematography (VGIK), Larisa Shepitko trained her lens on the fascinating Russian character actress Maya Bulgakova, who gives a marvelous performance as a once heroic Russian fighter pilot now living a quiet, disappointingly ordinary life as a school principal. Subtly portraying one woman’s desperation with elegant, spare camera work and casual, fluid storytelling, Shepitko, with Wings, announced herself as an important new voice in Soviet cinema.
Fortress is a Teen 1985 Australian action adventure thriller television film directed by Arch Nicholson and written by Everett De Roche, and starring Rachel Ward, based on Gabrielle Lord's 1980 novel the Fortress.
The Committee (1968)
The Committee is a 1968 British independent black-and-white film noir film. It featured original music by Pink Floyd as well as Arthur Brown's song 'Nightmare'.
Twisted Rails (1934)
Twisted Rails is a 1934 American film directed by Albert Herman. It was distributed by the independent Imperial Distributing Corporation for the states-rights market. The plot concerns $50,000 in gold that is hidden on a train and a gang's efforts to get it.
Spoilers of the North (1947)
Spoilers of the North is a 1947 American film directed by Richard Sale and starring Paul Kelly, Lorna Gray (billed as "Adrian Booth"), and Evelyn Ankers.
The Christmas Shoes (2002)
The Christmas Shoes is a 2002 American-Canadian made-for-television drama film based on the song and novel of the same name which was broadcast on CBS on December 1, 2002. It was shot in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is the first part in a trilogy of films, followed by The Christmas Blessing (2005) and The Christmas Hope (2009).
La Fayette is a 1961 French-Italian biographical film directed by Jean Dréville and starring Pascale Audret, Jack Hawkins and Orson Welles. The film depicts the life of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, in particular his role in the American War of Independence.
Our Relations (1936)
Our Relations is a 1936 feature film starring Laurel and Hardy, produced by Stan Laurel for Hal Roach Studios. This is the third of three films in which the boys each play a dual role: the first is Brats and the second is Twice Two. The story is based on the short story "The Money Box" by W.W. Jacobs, author of "The Monkey's Paw".
Gideon's Trumpet (1980)
Gideon's Trumpet is a book by Anthony Lewis describing the story behind Gideon v. Wainwright, in which the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that criminal defendants have the right to an attorney even if they cannot afford one. In 1965, the book won an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for Best Fact Crime book.
Cleveland Versus Wall Street (2010)
The city of Cleveland battles 21 banks in court over a devastating string of foreclosures.
Final Payback (2001)
A former policeman (Richard Grieco) must prove his innocence in the murder of a married woman with whom he was having an affair.
A Killer in the Family (1983)
A Killer in the Family is a 1983 American made-for-television crime film directed by Richard T. Heffron. The film is based on the Tison v. Arizona case, which took place in Arizona in 1978. The film first aired on ABC on October 30, 1983, and was released on DVD by Warner Home Video in 2010.
Confess, Dr. Corda (1958)
Confess, Doctor Corda (German: Gestehen Sie, Dr. Corda) is a 1958 West German crime film directed by Josef von Báky and starring Hardy Krüger, Elisabeth Müller and Lucie Mannheim. It is considered to be a film noir, one of a number made in Germany during the decade.A Doctor goes to a meet a young woman in a park at night, only to find that she has been murdered before he got there. The police consider him the prime suspect, and put him under considerable pressure to confess.
Alice in Wonderland (1903)
Alice in Wonderland is a 1903 British silent film directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow. Only one copy of the original film is known to exist. The British Film Institute (BFI) partially restored the movie and its original film tinting and released it in 2010. According to BFI, the original film ran about 12 minutes; the restoration runs 9 minutes and 35 seconds. At the beginning of the restoration, it states that this is the first movie adaptation of Lewis Carroll's children's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Voice in the Wind (1944)
Voice in the Wind is a 1944 American film noir directed by Arthur Ripley and written by Friedrich Torberg, based on a story written by Arthur Ripley. The drama features Francis Lederer, Sigrid Gurie, J. Edward Bromberg, among others.
Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)
Lucille Ball stars in this screwball comedy about a movie star who will do—and does do—almost anything to promote herself. Things go wildly out of control as the publicity hungry actress goes on the road when Annabel Takes a Tour.
Annabel Allison (Ball) is the star performer at Wonder Pictures Studios, but she becomes insanely jealous when another actress gets more publicity after marrying a titled nobleman.
So Annabel turns to her agent, Lanny Morgan (Jack Oakie), whose antic stunts have gotten her in trouble before. And this time, Annabel's antics are in a whole new league as she barnstorms the country. But nothing seems to gain her the notice she seeks, until she finds a titled nobleman of her own to pursue—unaware that he is trying to hide from his wife in this zany romp
Metropia is a 2009 English-language Swedish-Danish-Norwegian adult animated mystery thriller drama science fiction film directed by Tarik Saleh. The screenplay was written by Fredrik Edin, Stig Larsson, and Tarik Saleh after a story by Tarik Saleh, Fredrik Edin and Martin Hultman. The film uses a technique where photographs have been altered and heavily stylized in a computer program, and then animated. The visual style is inspired by the works of Terry Gilliam, Roy Andersson and Yuriy Norshteyn. Metropia is Boulder Media Limited's first adult animated movie and production. It is a complex story of a misaligned man, though good intent, creating a nightmarish Dystopian existence. Metropia is taking place in a not-so-distant, terrifying Europe.
La pirogue (2012)
The Pirogue (French: La Pirogue) is a 2012 Senegalese drama film directed by Moussa Toure. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
The Supergrass (1985)
The Supergrass is a 1985 British comedy film written and directed by Peter Richardson. The film stars Richardson, Adrian Edmondson, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Keith Allen, Nigel Planer, Alexei Sayle, Ronald Allen, and Robbie Coltrane.The Supergrass was the first feature-length film by the 1980s alternative comedy group The Comic Strip. The soundtrack to the film featured original music from Keith Tippett, plus music from P.P. Arnold, Grace Jones, and Bob Marley, among others.
Arsenal (Ukrainian: Арсенал, also alternative title January Uprising in Kiev in 1918) is a Soviet war film by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko. The film was shot at Odessa Film Factory of VUFKU with the camera of legendary cameraman Danyl Demutskyi and using the original sets made by Volodymyr Muller. The expressionist imagery, perfect camera work and original drama took the film far beyond the usual propaganda and made it one of the most important pieces of Ukrainian avant-garde cinema. The film was made in 1928 and released early in 1929. It is the second film in his "Ukraine Trilogy", the first being Zvenigora (1928) and the third being Earth (1930).
The film concerns an episode in the Russian Civil War in 1918 in which the Kiev Arsenal January Uprising of workers aided the besieging Bolshevik army against the Ukrainian national Parliament Central Rada who held legal power in Ukraine at the time. Regarded by film scholar Vance Kepley, Jr. as "one of the few Soviet political films which seems even to cast doubt on the morality of violent retribution", Dovzhenko's eye for wartime absurdities (for example, an attack on an empty trench) anticipates later pacifist sentiments in films by Jean Renoir and Stanley Kubrick.
Act of Necessity (1991)
Act of Necessity is an Australian 1991 television movie about a couple who believe their daughter's cancer is caused by chemicals.
Nudity Required (1990)
Two jokers start filming "The Love Boat Murders" in a Soviet negotiator's (Julie Newmar) Beverly Hills mansion.
The Swimsuit Issue (2008)
Allt flyter (lit. "Everything floats", English festival title The Swimsuit Issue) is a 2008 Swedish film directed by Måns Herngren.
The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres (2012)
Filmmakers Joanna Natasegara and Richard Symons delve into the life of Shimon Peres.
The Laramie Trail (1944)
The Laramie Trail is a 1944 American Western film directed by John English and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Robert Livingston, Smiley Burnette, Linda Brent, Martin Garralaga, Emmett Lynn and John James. The film was released on April 3, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
The Conqueror of Atlantis (1965)
Conqueror of Atlantis (Il conquistatore di Atlantide, UK title: Kingdom in the Sand) is a 1965 Italian fantasy film adventure directed by Alfonso Brescia. A poor quality pan & scan copy of the film is presented as a bonus feature on the DVD Goliath and the Dragon.
The Calling Game (2008)
A lonely woman's (Valerie Koch) prank phone call leads to an unexpected friendship with a grieving widow (Esther Schweins).
Filmmaker John Weiley explores the continent and its animals, as well as the scientists who work there.
A police detective (Joe Guzaldo) and his ex-wife (Blair Weickgenant) work on separate cases of a telephone-sex killer.
UFOria is a science fiction/comedy movie starring Fred Ward, Harry Dean Stanton, Harry Carey, Jr. and Cindy Williams. It was directed and written by John Binder. The film includes small appearances by Peggy McKay, Joe Unger, Hank Worden and Charlotte Stewart. Filming was completed in 1981, but the film was not theatrically released until 1985. Due to poor audience attendance, the film was not a financial success. It was only released on VHS in 1987 by MCA Home Video, now known as Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
The Greatest (1977)
The Greatest is a 1977 film about the life of boxer Muhammad Ali, in which Ali plays himself. It was directed by Tom Gries and Monte Hellman. The film follows Ali's life from the 1960 Olympics to his regaining the heavyweight crown from George Foreman in their famous "Rumble in the Jungle" fight in 1974. The footage of the boxing matches themselves are largely the actual footage from the time involved.
The movie is based on the book The Greatest: My Own Story written by Muhammad Ali and Richard Durham and edited by Toni Morrison.
The song "The Greatest Love of All" was written for this film and sung by George Benson; it was later covered by Whitney Houston.
The Gray Seasons (2011)
Shimmy Gray-Miller, a coach with a personal history of playing and coaching success, is brought in to turn things around for the Saint Louis University women's basketball program.
Her Wedding Night (1930)
Her Wedding Night is a 1930 American comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and written by Avery Hopwood and Henry Myers. The film stars Clara Bow, Ralph Forbes, Charlie Ruggles, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Geneva Mitchell, and Rosita Moreno. The film was released on September 18, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
The film is a remake of the silent film Miss Bluebeard (1925), also directed by Frank Tuttle.
Final Engagement (2007)
A Miami crime boss uses his daughter as a pawn to join his family to a foreign drug lord.
The Circuit (2002)
«The Circuit» - is a 2002 arena-fighting film starring Olivier Gruner
Roseanna is a 1993 Swedish police film about Martin Beck, directed by Daniel Alfredson, based on the novel Roseanna (1965).
Cat eyes watch a boy (Jason Roberts) left home alone by his parents (Brian O'Shaughnessy, Sandra Prinsloo) on their farm in 1920s Africa.
Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo fights for justice at the International Criminal Court.
George and Mildred (1980)
George and Mildred is a 1980 British comedy film directed by Peter Frazer Jones. It was an adaptation of the television series of the same name. Yootha Joyce and Brian Murphy reprised their television roles as the two title characters. It was written by Dick Sharples.
That's Action (1990)
Starring some of the industry's hottest action stars, That's Action takes you behind the scenes in Hollywood to see movie magic up close. Your screen will explode with everything from car stunts, tank battles, boat chases, to knife fights and many other thrilling action scenes and stunts.
The Fields (2011)
The Fields is a 2011 American suspense thriller directed by Tom Mattera and Dave Mazzoni. The film is touted as being based on true events. The film stars Cloris Leachman and Tara Reid. Filming wrapped in October 2009, and the film played in festivals in Fall 2011.
Young Dr. Freud (1976)
Medical student Freud contends with a penniless family, a flirtatious fiancee and a burgeoning interest in dreams and the unconscious.
Hollywood Boulevard II (1989)
An ingenue (Ginger Lynn Allen) lands in a Hollywood director's (Kelly Monteith) cheapie, "Space Goddesses of the Universe."
Kick'n Rush (2003)
A teenage soccer player (Jacob Oliver Krarup) strikes up a new romance, while talent scouts scrutinize his teammate.
The Shadow Returns (1946)
The Shadow Returns is a 1946 American comedy crime film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Kane Richmond, Barbara Read and Tom Dugan. It features the pulp character The Shadow, already a popular hero of novels and a radio show. It was the first in a series of three films released by Monogram in 1946 starring Richmond in the role.
Attack of the Yakuza (2008)
Broken Path/Broken Fist/Attack Of The Yakuza is a martial arts action film starring Power Rangers alumni Johnny Yong Bosch and Daniel Southworth. The film is directed by Koichi Sakamoto with the help of his Alpha Stunts Team. Mill Creek Entertainment announced the movie on DVD.
Donde tú estés (1964)
A doctor's (Stefano Accorsi) life takes a mysterious turn when his ambulance plunges into a river.
The Plastic Age (1925)
The Plastic Age is a 1925 black-and-white silent film, starring Clara Bow, Donald Keith, and Gilbert Roland in his film debut. The film survives today not only on 16 mm film, but also on video and DVD. The film was based on a best-selling novel from 1924 of the same name, written by Percy Marks, a Brown University English instructor who chronicled the life of the fast-set of that university and used the fictitious Sanford College as a backdrop. The Plastic Age is known to most silent film fans as the very first hit of Clara Bow's career, and helped jumpstart her fast rise to stardom. Frederica Sagor Maas and Eve Unsell adapted the book for the screen.
Small Town Folk (2007)
Jon and his Lisa spend the night in a manor and the family living there starts killing the guests and only Jon and a man named Marcus escape leaving Lisa behind. The crazed family spares her to expand the family and the two men return to free her.
Air of Paris (1954)
Air of Paris (original title: L'Air de Paris) is a 1954 French drama film, directed by Marcel Carné. Actor Jean Gabin won the Volpi Cup at the 1954 Venice International Film Festival.
The son of a socially prominent family falls from favor when he takes up with a singer.
Choosing Matthias (2009)
An orphan (Dylan Kasch) renews the spirit of a grieving couple (Jeff Fahey, Caia Coley) who lost their son to a kidnapper two years earlier.
While taking care of her dying aunt Zita (Katina Paxinou), Annie (Joanna Shimkus) decides to make an evening of it and experience the nightlife of Paris. During her nocturnal wanderings, the teenage girl falls in with some of the city's grungier residents; this is not always to her benefit, as Annie learns when her aunt's physician, Dr. Bernard (Paul Crauchet), has to bail her out of jail. But when she meets Simon (Josep Maria Flotats), a young jazz musician, her life changes drastically.
Counsel for Crime (1937)
Counsel for Crime is a 1937 American crime film directed by John Brahm starring Otto Kruger, Douglass Montgomery and Jacqueline Wells.
The Symmetry Of Love (2010)
Londoners (Giles Alderson, Catherine Kenyon) are caught up in a romantic roundabout.
Crypt of Dark Secrets (1976)
A resurrected Vietnam vet takes revenge on his killers.
Filler ve Çimen (2001)
Elephants and Grass (Turkish: Filler ve Çimen) is a 2001 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Derviş Zaim, about six different stories that merge into a common theme. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on January 5, 2001 (2001-01-05), won awards at film festivals in Antalya and Istanbul, including the Golden Orange Behlül Dal Jury Special Award.
Lonesome Cowboys (1968)
Lonesome Cowboys is a 1968 film by American filmmaker Andy Warhol. Written by Paul Morrissey, the film is a satire of Hollywood westerns. The film won the Best Film Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Jewel of the Gods (1987)
Two men (Marius Weyers, Joseph Ribeiro) and a woman (Sandra Prinsloo) run into Nazis while looking for a doctor and lost treasure in Africa.
Chocolate Underground (2009)
Two friends bootleg chocolate after it is banned.
Future Lasts Forever (2011)
Future Lasts Forever (Turkish: ''Gelecek Uzun Sürer'') is a 2011 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Özcan Alper, starring Gaye Gürsel as an Istanbul music student who travels to south-east Turkey to record traditional music and confront her own past. The film, which will go on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 11, 2011 (2011-11-11), was awarded 5 prizes at the 18th International Adana Golden Boll Film Festival (September 17–25, 2011) and premiered in competition at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival (September 8–18, 2011).
Lost, Lost, Lost (1976)
Lost Lost Lost, comprised of fourteen years of footage, documents Jonas Mekas' early years in New York as he and his brother Adolfas build their new life in America, discovering the city and the burgeoning film and arts community of the 1950 and 60s downtown scene.
The Real World Movie: The Lost Season (2002)
The Real World Movie: The Lost Season is a 2002 made-for-TV fiction movie produced by MTV, based on their reality series The Real World.
Producing Adults (2004)
Producing Adults is a 2004 Finnish comedy-drama written by Pekko Pesonen and directed by Aleksi Salmenperä. It was Finland's official Academy Award submission for Best Foreign Language Film of 2004.
Steptoe & Son (1972)
Steptoe and Son is a 1972 British comedy drama film and a spin-off from the popular British television comedy series of the same name about father-and-son rag-and-bone dealers. It starred Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H. Corbett as the eponymous characters, Albert and Harold Steptoe respectively. It also features Carolyn Seymour. A sequel Steptoe and Son Ride Again was released the following year.
Belle Sommers (1962)
A publicity agent finds his life on the line after he agrees to work for a former singer with underworld connections.
Pretty Baby (1950)
Pretty Baby is a 1950 American comedy film starring Dennis Morgan, Betsy Drake, Zachary Scott and Edmund Gwenn. A young woman's little white lie leads to unforeseen complications. Cary Grant aggressively promoted Betsy Drake, his wife, to Jack L. Warner for the lead in Pretty Baby.