A Change of Heart (2017)

A Change of Heart is a 2017 American comedy film directed by Kenny Ortega and starring Jim Belushi, Virginia Madsen, Kathy Najimy, Eduardo Yáñez, Gloria Estefan and William Levy.

Dick: The Documentary (2013)

Film Noir (2000)

In Line of Duty (1931)

In Line of Duty is a 1931 American western film directed by Bert Glennon and starring Sue Carol, Noah Beery and Francis McDonald. It was one of the earliest releases of Trem Carr's Monogram Pictures. It is now considered a lost film.

Playing with Fire (2014)

Strange Wives (1934)

Strange Wives is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Richard Thorpe, written by James Mulhauser, Barry Trivers and Gladys Buchanan Unger, and starring Roger Pryor, June Clayworth, Esther Ralston, Hugh O'Connell, Ralph Forbes and Cesar Romero. It was released on December 10, 1934, by Universal Pictures.

La vie parisienne (1936)

Parisian Life (French:La Vie parisienne) is a 1936 French musical film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Max Dearly, Conchita Montenegro and George Rigaud. The film was made by Nero Film, run by the émigré producer Seymour Nebenzal. It is based on the opera La Vie parisienne. The film's sets were designed by Jacques Colombier. A separate English-language version, called Parisian Life, was also produced. The production was not a success, causing financial problems for the company.

Forever Yours (1955)

Forget Me Not is a 1936 British musical drama film directed by Zoltan Korda and starring Beniamino Gigli, Joan Gardner and Ivan Brandt. In the United States it was released under the alternative title Forever Yours. The film was made at Isleworth Studios. It was a remake of a 1935 German film of the same title. It was one of four remakes of foreign-language films made by London Films. The film was not generally well received by critics, although they praised Gigli's singing.

Robot Sound (2016)

Die große Nummer (1943)

Storm Over Mont Blanc (1930)

Storm over Mont Blanc (German: Stürme über dem Mont Blanc) is a 1930 German film written and directed by Arnold Fanck and starring Leni Riefenstahl, Sepp Rist and Ernst Udet. The film is about a man who works alone at the Mont Blanc weather station gathering data. His only contact with the world below is via Morse code signals. He is joined by a woman friend, who helps him survive a terrible storm over the mountain. Filmed on location in Arosa, Switzerland, Babelsberg Observatory in Potsdam, Germany, and Mont-Blanc in Chamonix, France, the film is notable for its dramatic mountain footage and depictions of a violent snow storm. Storm over Mont Blanc premiered in Dresden, Germany on 25 December 1930.

Meine Frau Teresa (1942)

My Wife Theresa (German: Meine Frau Teresa) is a 1942 German comedy film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Elfie Mayerhofer, Hans Söhnker and Rolf Weih.

Summer in Closed Eyes (2018)

Point Defiance (2018)

POINT DEFIANCE stars Derek Phillips, Josh Crotty (Scandal), Lauren Elaine (PARTY MONSTERS), Sarah Butler, and Steven Swadling (KICKBOXERs; DOE). TV veteran Phillips was a regular on the hit Friday Night Lights and Longmire among others, while Butler (I Spit On Your Gave and I Spit On Your Grave 3) has starred in another of Sayre’s producing efforts, DOUBTING THOMAS. The taut and suspenseful film focuses on stockbroker Peter Allen (Phillips), whose world is turned upside down when his troubled younger brother Alex (Crotty) returns from military duty in Afghanistan while Peter is under house arrest, forcing the elder brother to dig into a dark and secret past that he’d sooner remain hidden.

The Big Power (2016)

Eu Nunca (2015)

Herz - modern möbliert (1940)

Alf's Button (1920)

Alf's Button is a 1920 British silent comedy film directed by Cecil Hepworth and starring Leslie Henson, Alma Taylor and Gerald Ames. It was based on the novel Alf's Button by William Darlington. The film is about a British soldier who discovers a magic coat button which summons a genie to grant his various wishes. It was remade as a sound film in 1930.

Max Von Sydow: Dialogues with The Renter (2012)

Sikit Punya Gila (1982)

The Gamecock (1974)

The Gamecock (Italian: La sculacciata) is a 1974 Italian comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile. It is based on the comedy play Neurotandem (1968) by Silvano Ambrogi.

Crustaceans (2014)

De tangoman (2009)

Kuikomi ama: Midare-gai (1982)

Burlada (1951)

Beyond Jurassic Park (2001)

The Road of Health (1938)

Napalm Death: Punishment In Capitals (2002)

The Other Also (1997)

Hanapbuhay (2010)

Strong Coffee With Vodka (2014)

Ang.: Lone (1970)

Ang.: Lone is a 1970 Danish drama film directed by Franz Ernst. It was entered into the 21st Berlin International Film Festival where it won a Special Recognition award. The film was also selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 43rd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Subculture (2011)

Zhenskaya Astrologiya (1991)

Karo & Piyobupt: A House (1993)

Yobai ama (1977)

In Dreams (2011)

Edo ensho yawa: Tako to akagai (1974)

Jalloth (2018)

Undercover in ISIS (2016)

Pop. 1280 (2021)

Mr. Frenhofer and the Minotaur (1949)

Trilby (1914)

Trilby is a 1914 British silent drama film directed by Harold M. Shaw and starring Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Viva Birkett and Charles Rock. It is based on Trees's play Trilby, itself an adaptation of the novel of the same name by George Du Maurier. Trilby, a young singer, falls under the dominance of Svengali.

Gran Casal, me como el mundo (2003)

La fête sauvage (1976)

The Wild Nation (original French title: La Fête Sauvage) is a 1976 French wildlife documentary film directed by Frédéric Rossif. The film focuses in showing wildlife according to three main themes: love, death and dream.

Red Indians (2001)

Madre (1926)

Bizet: Carmen (2013)

Under the Stars (2007)

Under the Stars (Spanish: Bajo las estrellas) is a 2007 Spanish drama film directed by Félix Viscarret.

Slackers (2009)

Parade en 7 nuits (1941)

Parade en sept nuits is a 1941 French film.

Dan Oniroku kurokami nawa fujin (1982)

Nous avions (2013)

Truck Rascals (1975)

The Last Match (1990)

Zahradnictví: Nápadník (2017)

The Astronot (2018)

The 12 Lives of Sissy Carlyle (2017)

Meet Dae Jung (2017)

Growing Young (2018)

Casa de mi madre (2017)

Neuf jours en hiver (2015)

Non è un paese per giovani (2017)

'85: The Greatest Team in Football History (2016)

The 1985 Chicago Bears were dominant on the field and colorful off of it. Featuring interviews with Bill Murray, Mike Ditka, Jeremy Piven, Mike Singletary and more, '85 chronicles how the best team ever shuffled off with the championship.

Godfrey: Regular Black (2016)

Sammen om drømmen (2017)

Assumption (2017)

A man wakes from a concussion to find himself trapped in a cargo elevator, and as his time in isolation grows, so too does his paranoia.

Factory of Paranormal (2017)

Cyrano of Bergerac (2018)

Radio Mary (2017)

Geist (2015)

Ventanas al mar (2012)

Best Supporting Actor (2010)

The Video Guys (2009)

High Noon (2008)

The hit suspense thriller based on the best-selling novel by Nora Roberts stars Emilie de Ravin (TV's "Lost") as Lieutenant Phoebe MacNamara, an expert hostage negotiator juggling a high-pressure career while caring for both her young daughter and her mother (Cybill Shepherd, TV's "The L Word"). When Phoebe meets handsome bar owner Duncan Swift (Ivan Sergei, TV's "Jack & Jill"), no amount of negotiation will allow her to resist his charms. Phoebe is assaulted by an unknown assailant, and later receives a series of mysterious threats. Suddenly Phoebe's the target of a psychopathic killer out to destroy her personally and professionally.

A Tale of Two Cities (2007)

Ammon & King Lamoni (2004)

All for Veronica (1936)

Fräulein Veronika is a 1936 Austrian-Swiss comedy film directed by Veit Harlan and starring Thekla Ahrens, Carl Esmond and Hans Moser. It is based on the play Veronika by Fritz Peter Buch. The film is sometimes known by the alternative title Alles für Veronika.

Too Much Money (1926)

Too Much Money is a lost 1926 silent film comedy-romance directed by John Francis Dillon and starring Lewis Stone and Anna Q. Nilsson.

The Great Sensation (1925)

The Great Sensation is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Jay Marchant and starring William Fairbanks, Pauline Garon and Lloyd Whitlock. The son of a wealthy family masquerades as a chauffeur, and thwarts the plans of a jewel thief.

Een vrouw als Eva (1979)

A Woman Like Eve is a 1979 Dutch drama film about a woman who leaves her husband for another woman. The film was directed by Nouchka van Brakel; Monique van de Ven stars in the title role of Eve, with Peter Faber as her husband Ad and Maria Schneider as Liliane, who becomes Eve's lover. The plot focusses on the child custody battle that ensues after Eve leaves her husband.

Peeping Times (1978)

Peeping Times is a comedy special that aired on NBC on January 25, 1978. Co-produced, written and directed by Rudy De Luca and Barry Levinson, the special featured an early broadcast network appearance of David Letterman. David Frost was co-executive producer. The show was a spoof of TV news magazine programs.

L'ours en peluche (1994)

The Teddy Bear is a 1994 French-Italian thriller-drama film directed by Jacques Deray. It is based on the novel L'ours en peluche by Georges Simenon.

The Red Moon (2013)

The Red Moon is a 2013 Moroccan drama film directed by Hassan Benjelloun. It was selected as the Moroccan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.

Cider with Rosie (1971)

Cider with Rosie is a 1959 book by Laurie Lee. It is the first book of a trilogy that continues with As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning (1969) and A Moment of War (1991). It has sold over six million copies worldwide.

Namets! (2008)

Namets! is a 2008 Filipino independent film directed by Jay Abello. The film was a finalist in the full-length feature category of the 2008 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival. The film's title is a play on the Hiligaynon word namit, which means "yummy" or "delicious".

An Hour with Chekhov (1929)

An Hour with Chekhov is a 1929 Soviet anthology film directed by Yakov Protazanov and Mikhail Doller based on three short stories written by Anton Chekhov; "Anna on the Neck", "The Death of a Government Clerk", "The Chameleon" and dedicated to the 25th anniversary of his death.

I Think I'm in Love (2002)

I Think I'm In Love is a 2002 Filipino film starring Joyce Jimenez and Piolo Pascual. This film was made in 2002.

Winna - Path of the Souls (2014)

Ireno (1932)

Ethel Merman portrays one of the lonely women awaiting their divorce decrees in Reno, Nevada. She tells of her sadness in the song 'Shadows On The Wall'. However, her husband suddenly shows up to effect a reconciliation, and the jubilant Merman belts out 'Wipe That Frown Right Off Your Face'.

Somewhere in Camp (1942)

Somewhere in Camp is a 1942 British comedy film directed by John E. Blakeley and starring Frank Randle, Harry Korris and Robbie Vincent. The film continues the adventures of Private Randle from the 1940 film Somewhere in England. It was followed in 1943 by Somewhere on Leave.

Driving Miss Daisy: On Stage (2014)

Driving Miss Daisy is a filmed performance of the 2013 Australian theatrical production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name by Alfred Uhry starring Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines which was produced as a 2014 film by Broadway Near You in association with Umbrella Entertainment (Australia).

Memsaab (1971)

Memsaab is a 1971 Bollywood drama film directed by Atma Ram. The film stars Vinod Khanna and Yogeeta Bali.

Supply & Demand (1997)

Supply & Demand is a British television crime drama series, written and devised by Lynda La Plante, first broadcast as a single feature-length pilot on ITV on 5 February 1997. The series follows the work of ESUS, a crack team of detectives tasked with investigating some of the country's biggest criminal importers and smugglers. The pilot was written in 1996, the year that La Plante's most notable television series, Prime Suspect, went on hiatus. Adé Sapara, Eamonn Walker, Benedict Wong, Juliet Aubrey and Ramon Tikaram were credited as principal cast members for the pilot.

Gambling (1934)

Gambling is a 1934 American crime film directed by Rowland V. Lee and written by Garrett Graham. It is based on the 1929 play Gambling by George M. Cohan. The film stars George M. Cohan, Wynne Gibson, Dorothy Burgess, Theodore Newton, Harold Healy and Walter Gilbert. The film was released on November 3, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.

Nanette (1940)

Nanette is a 1940 German musical film directed by Erich Engel and starring Jenny Jugo, Hans Söhnker and Albrecht Schoenhals.

Road to the Big House (1947)

Road to the Big House is a 1947 American films. It was based on a script by Aubrey Wisberg.

The Knife (1999)

The Dagger is a 1999 Yugoslav war film directed by Miroslav Lekić. The film was written by Miroslav Lekić, Slobodan Stanojević and Igor Bojović. The plot is based on Vuk Drašković's novel of the same name.

Gertie on Tour (1921)

Snapshot (2016)