Lobster for Breakfast (1979)

Aragosta a colazione (internationally released as Lobster for Breakfast) is a 1979 Italian comedy film directed by Giorgio Capitani. For his performance in this film and in Il ladrone, Enrico Montesano was awarded with a Special David di Donatello.

Kinatay (2009)

Kinatay is a 2009 independent drama film directed by Brillante Mendoza and written by Armando Lao. The story is centered on a criminology student who accidentally joins a syndicate to make enough money for his family.

La Journee De La Jupe (2008)

La Journée de la jupe is a 2008 French film directed by Jean-Paul Lilienfeld and starring Isabelle Adjani as a high school teacher, a role which earned the actress the 2010 César award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

The Ratings Game (1984)

The Ratings Game is a 1984 cable television film directed by Danny DeVito and produced by David Jablin. The Showtime comedy stars DeVito and Rhea Perlman, and features Huntz Hall, Michael Richards, George Wendt and Jerry Seinfeld.

1st Testament CIA Vengeance (2001)

A CIA agent (Ron Becks) who wants out of the spy business is assigned to train a seductive Korean counterpart.

American Commando Ninja (1987)

Russians, a Chinese terrorist group and a Japanese ninja try to capture a scientist during World War II to steal his formula for a biological weapon.

Captive Beauty (2011)

CAPTIVE BEAUTY is a feature documentary about four female inmates and a surreal beauty pageant inside Medellín, Colombia’s all female prison. It’s an intimate tale of the women’s crimes, their childhoods, and a unique search for redemption.

We Went to War (2013)

Filmmaker Michael Grigsby catches up with three soldiers he interviewed after they returned from the Vietnam War.

Our Blushing Brides (1930)

Three girls, three guys, three roads to happiness – and perhaps not all of those roads lead there. A trio of Depression-era shopgirls deals with big-city life and also yearns for Mr. Right (or Mr. Right Now!) in Our Blushing Brides, a film that joins earlier trendsetters Our Dancing Daughters and Our Modern Maidens to form the trilogy of Joan Crawford movies that define the passions and plights of jazz-baby youth. Chief among the blushing bevy, of course, is above-the-title, Crawford as Jerry, who insists that her suitor (Robert Montgomery) put a ring on her finger before any intimate coziness. Meanwhile, Anita Page (Crawford’s costar in all three films) falls for a sweet-talking Lothario. And Dorothy Sebastian (a costar in the first film) is bedazzled by a rogue’s ready flash of $100 bills. Among other highlights of this engaging pre-Code talkie: the swirling tulle-and-satin fashion-show sequences.

Cross-Country Romance (1940)

Cross-Country Romance is a 1940 American romantic comedy film starring Gene Raymond and Wendy Barrie. With the huge success of It Happened One Night, the 1934 American romantic comedy film directed by Frank Capra and starring Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable, every studio in Hollywood attempted to cash in with a similar storyline. In addition to this film, there was also Love on the Run (1936) from MGM, The Bride Came C.O.D. (1941) by Warner Bros.; even Columbia Pictures, which had made It Happened One Night, produced the musical remake Eve Knew Her Apples (1945).

The Great American Snuff Film (2004)

The Great American Snuff Film is a 2003 American horror film directed by Sean Tretta. Purporting to be real footage taken by a pair of serial killers, the film follows two young women who have been kidnapped and are being forced to star in a snuff film. The film is shown in a mix of third-person view and found footage-style. In 2010, the film was followed by a sequel, titled The Greatest American Snuff Film.

Insan Jaag Utha (1959)

Insan Jaag Utha is a 1959 Hindi film, produced and directed by Shakti Samanta, and written by Nabendu Ghosh and Vrajendra Gaur, based on a story by Saroj Mitra. The film stars Sunil Dutt, Madhubala, Nasir Hussain, Bipin Gupta and Madan Puri in lead roles. It has music by Sachin Dev Burman, with lyrics by Shailendra.

3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom (2012)

An insane comedy about two brothers, a girl with a broken heart, a sex tape, an angel. And a pig... For his whole life Frank (Charlie Hunnam) has been tortured, embarrassed and humiliated on film by his horrible brother, Bruce (Chris O’Dowd). When Bruce makes and uploads a video of a disastrous one-night stand of Frank’s, the sex tape immediately becomes a viral hit and things really hit the fan. Will Jack (Chris Noth), Bruce’s violent drug-fiend rehab buddy, find out it’s his daughter (Lizzy Caplan) in the video? Can Phyllis (Ron Perlman), Bruce’s transsexual computer hacker prison buddy, get them out of trouble? Frankie Go Boom is an outrageous comedy about brotherly hate, amateur porn and the dangers of online fame.

The Necktie (2008)

A solitary man's zest for life returns when he receives an accordion from his mother on his 40th birthday.

Fukrey (2013)

Fukrey is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language comedy film, directed by Mrighdeep Singh Lamba, produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani, and starring Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Ali Fazal, Manjot Singh, Richa Chadda, Vishakha Singh, and Priya Anand. The story and dialogues are written by Vipul Vig and the screenplay is written by Vig and Lamba. Produced under the Excel Entertainment banner, the film was released on 14 June 2013. Despite a poor opening, the film went on to become a sleeper hit.

Ulli Lommel's Zodiac Killer (2005)

A copycat who patterns his murders after the infamous Zodiac Killer terrorizes Los Angeles.

A Tale of Sorrow (1977)

A Tale of Sorrow and Sadness is a 1977 Japanese film directed by Seijun Suzuki.

The Man Who Dared (1946)

The Man Who Dared is a 1946 film directed by John Sturges. It tells the story of a reporter who concocts a false case so as to get himself convicted for first degree murder. He does this to prove that the death sentence can be given based on circumstantial evidence and that it be done away with.

A Haunting on Hamilton Street (2010)

Inspectors spend 24 months exploring haunted tunnels, a former mortuary and a saloon.

Love, Concord (2012)

Popular goofball Gerry (Jorge Diaz) finds being the class clown can be a bummer when no one takes you seriously. Gerry meets Melinda, a straight-laced fellow student, who begins to show him that life is about more than just fun and games.

The Dream Share Project (2013)

The Dream Share Project is an inspirational documentary film that follows two recent college graduates on a road trip across America, as they explore how successful people have chased - and achieved - their dreams.

Aftershock (2008)

A devastating earthquake hits New Zealand.

The Wife Takes a Flyer (1942)

The Wife Takes a Flyer (UK title: A Yank in Dutch) is a 1942 romantic comedy film made by Columbia Pictures, directed by Richard Wallace, and starring by Joan Bennett and Franchot Tone. The screenplay was written by Jay Dratler, Gina Kaus and Harry Segall. The music score is by Werner R. Heymann.

Savage Memory (2011)

The legacy of the founding father of British anthropology.

Tarot (2009)

Tarot is a 2009 Filipino horror-thriller film directed by Jun Lana and starring Marian Rivera and Dennis Trillo.

The Entrepreneur (2013)

Malcolm Bricklin attempts to bring Chinese cars to America.

40 Days at Base Camp (2011)

Mount Everest seems to be changing from a revered and sacred space to an adventure park.

Cecil B. DeMille: American Epic (2004)

The life and work of the film director from his introduction to the film industry in its early years to his death in 1959.

Realms of Blood (2004)

Three short stories revolve around a crazed veteran, a mysterious cologne and a vampire hunter.

Feeders (1996)

Feeders is a 1996 low-budget indie horror film written and directed by the Polonia Brothers. The movie was later followed up with the 1998 Feeders II; Slay Bells, which received a negative review from Something Awful, calling it one of "Film's Best Worst Movies".

Janaki Weds Sriram (2003)

A romantic-drama directed by Seenu featuring Rohit and Gajala.

Strictly in the Groove (1942)

Strictly in the Groove is a 1942 American musical comedy film, built around musical numbers, experienced comedy acts and guest stars. The plot thread a jive-talking college student (Davies) trying to organize a swing-music show at a local resort, where the manager (Franklin Pangborn) puts up some opposition. Compare to the similar 1945 Rockin' in the Rockies from Columbia, which Keays also directed.

Out of the Shadows (2010)

New scientific techniques permit the layer-by-layer examination of paintings by famous artists.

How Not to Work & Claim Benefits... (and Other Useful Information for Wasters) (2016)

Mike and Dave, two slackers who are sponging off the state, wake up after a drunken evening to a case full of cash and the vague memory of a dodgy job offer.

Making a Living (1914)

Making a Living is the first film starring Charlie Chaplin. It premiered on February 2, 1914. Chaplin plays Edgar English, a lady-charming swindler who runs afoul of the Keystone Kops. It was written and directed by Henry Lehrman.

I am Virgin (2015)

Two teenagers, set up by their parents to lose their virginity, come together and connect on their own terms.

Sweet Mosquito (2012)

A man dies of a heart attack and quickly discovers that life doesn't end where he thought it would.

Soul of Bruce Lee (1977)

A gifted fighter takes on a drug kingpin to avenge his fallen master.

The Emperor's New Clothes (1991)

Emperor Louis decides to celebrate his birthday by holding a competition, and offers a reward to the tailor who can design the finest outfit for him to wear during celebrations.

A House Is Not A Home (2015)

A troubled family must overcome their demons and come together to escape a sinister entity that has turned their home into a labyrinth of death.

Johnny (2003)

Johnny is a 2003 Telugu language sports drama film written, directed and choreographed by Pawan Kalyan, cinematography by Chota K. Naidu, ISC, Shyam Palav and Produced by Allu Aravind, the film starred Pawan Kalyan in the titular role as a Kick Boxer, while Renu Desai, Raghuvaran, and Raza Murad played pivotal roles. Johnny was released on April 25, 2003 to positive reviews for the soundtrack, stunt choreography, cinematography, and Pawan Kalyan's sensible acting. The film became the first ever Telugu film to be released with over 250 prints worldwide including the United States. The film was screened at the International Film Festival of India.

Black Gravel (1961)

Black Gravel (original title: Schwarzer Kies) is a German film from 1961. The screenplay was written by director Helmut Käutner and Walter Ulbrich. The film was shot in Lautzenhausen, Germany.

Haunted State: Whispers from History Past (2014)

Haunted State: Whispers From History Past is a 2014 American documentary film executive produced and directed by Michael Brown. It is the first installment of the Haunted State film series. The film's plot focuses on investigations inside Wisconsin historical locations that have paranormal events take place. The film premiered October 29, 2014 at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton, Wisconsin.

Prof Tom Foolery Saves the Planet! (2017)

An inventor regrets designing a tree-cutting machine when he realizes greedy companies will use it to destroy entire forests.

Donald's Crime (1945)

Donald's Crime is a 1945 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon, which parodies film noir crime dramas of the time, follows Donald Duck as he struggles with guilt after stealing $1.25 from his nephews. The film was directed by Jack King and features original music by Edward H. Plumb. The voice cast includes Clarence Nash as Donald, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Gloria Blondell as Daisy Duck, and Sterling Holloway as the off-stage voice of Donald's conscience. This was Blondell's first performance as Daisy and marks the debut of the character's "normal" voice. Previously in Mr. Duck Steps Out, Daisy had been voiced by Nash using a voice similar to Donald's.

King Size (1988)

Kingsajz is a 1987 cult Polish comedy fantasy film directed by Juliusz Machulski. The action takes place in late communist Poland and in a fictional Lilliputian kingdom called Szuflandia (Drawerland), hidden deep underground the Quaternary Research Institute. The movie is an allegory of a communist regime and thus was received very enthusiastically by anti-communist society. Kingsajz used highly oversized props and sets, supervised by production designer Janusz Sosnowski, intended to capture the difference in size between the little people and the large things from the above ground world that they use. The Drawerland sets were built in Łódź Studio soundstages as wall-to-wall set-constructions. Some scenes were optically enhanced by matte painting by artists from Barrandov Studios.

Maléfique (2002)

Maléfique is a 2002 French horror film directed by Éric Valette.

Le Mac (2010)

A mild-mannered banker masquerades as a notorious gangster.

A Measure of Faith (2012)

Professional basketball player Paul Porter was at the top of his game when an injury forces him into retirement. Soon after accepting a leadership role at a university he experiences a life changing tragedy and loses the one thing that was close to him. Distraught over the tragedy, he is arrested and sentenced to community service at a youth facility. There he meets Russell Martin, the son of a single mother, who is torn between the dark influence of his older brother and the love for his mother. Paul sees a young version of himself in Russell and begins to mentor him. The intersection of their two lives creates a chain of events that will challenge their beliefs about fate, choice, and redemption.

Best Revenge (1984)

Best Revenge is a 1984 Canadian film directed by John Trent from a story by David Rothberg. Originally entitled Misdeal the film was renamed following a delayed release. The film was panned for its similarity to Midnight Express.

Free Radicals: A History of Experimental Film (2012)

This documentary provides a vivid introduction to one of the most important, yet perpetually marginalized, realms of filmmaking: Avant-garde cinema. In its exploration of this expansive domain, FREE RADICALS privileges rare interviews with filmmakers in the avant-garde tradition and includes several films in their entirety.

Only Me (1929)

A drunken man and a boy interrupt a variety show.

All God's Creatures (2011)

All God's Creatures is an American romantic thriller feature-length film distributed by Osiris Entertainment that premiered at the 2011 Hoboken International Film Festival on June 4, 2011. The film was directed by Ryan Charles and Frank Licata (Nitty Gritty Studios), produced by Matt Jared (Sid and Nancy Productions), and written and produced by Josh Folan (NYEH Entertainment).

It's Your Fault (2010)

It's Your Fault (Spanish: Por tu culpa) is a 2010 Argentine drama film directed by Anahí Berneri.

Donkey (2009)

Donkey is a Croatian drama film directed by Antonio Nuić. It was released in 2009. It was successful at the Pula Film Festival.

Punch Lady (2007)

A housewife challenges her abusive husband to a public boxing match.

Sluzby specjalne (2014)

Secret Wars (Polish: Służby specjalne) is a 2014 Polish action film directed by Patryk Vega.

13 Lead Soldiers (1948)

13 Lead Soldiers is a 1948 American mystery film starring Tom Conway as Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond. It was directed by Frank McDonald.

Drive In (2000)

A man is confined to a room across from a drive-in theater that only shows horror movies. When he finally escapes, he goes on a killing spree.

Eye of the Leopard (2006)

Eye Of The Leopard, is a 2006 nature documentary film by National Geographic Channel that shows the journey, life, and growth of a young leopard cub named Legadema. The film is narrated by Jeremy Irons, who also voiced Scar in Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King. Irons would later narrate The Last Lions, a 2011 National Geographic documentary film.

Chainsaw Sally (2004)

Traumatized by witnessing her parents' murders, a girl grows up to become a serial killer.

Jaan Tere Naam (1992)

Jaan Tere Naam is a 1992 Indian Bollywood film directed by Deepak Balraj Vij and produced by Jimmy Nirula. It stars Ronit Roy and Farheen in lead roles. The movie was the screen debut for Ronit Roy and Farheen. The movie was widely popular for its soundtrack and the melodious songs of Nadeem-Shravan are still remembered and film was a Hit at the box office.

The Haunting of Marsten Manor (2007)

A blind woman who is struggling with her faith unexpectedly inherits an old manor house from her estranged aunt.

My Babushka: Searching Ukranian Identities (2001)

Filmmaker Barbara Hammer goes to her ancestral village in Ukraine in search of her roots.

The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair (1939)

The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair is a 1939 American film directed by Robert R. Snody produced by Westinghouse for their exhibit at the 1939 New York World's Fair. In 2012, the film was added to the National Film Registry.

Beyond the Moon (1954)

Two of Rocky's allies are captured by aliens and brainwashed.

Julie: Old Time Tales of the Blue Ridge (1991)

Julie Lyon spins tales of her Appalachian childhood in North Carolina.

Butter Fingers (1925)

Butter Fingers is a 1925 American film directed by Del Lord.

Hog Wild (1930)

Hog Wild is a 1930 American pre-Code Laurel and Hardy film, directed by James Parrott.

Conjoined (2013)

A lonely man begins an internet romance, only to discover that the love of his life has a conjoined twin, who also happens to be a serial killer.

Heidi (2014)

Two high school friends become plagued by disturbing events after they find a mysterious doll.

About Love (2015)

About Love is a 2015 Russian romantic comedy. It was written by Anna Melikyan and Andrey Migachev directed by Melikyan. It won the Main Prize and the Prize of Film Distributors Jury at the Kinotavr film festival. It also was awarded at the Golden Eagle Awards as the Best Feature Film. A sequel was released in 2017.

A Ghost and the Boy with A Box on His Head (2017)

Theo meets his perfect girl whom no one else can see. Denying the reality that others impose on him, he is sent to a psychiatric hospital. Here he goes through an adventure into the depths of his mind while battling schizophrenia.

Young Girls in Black (2010)

Two disillusioned teenagers form a suicide pact.

Les gaîtés de l'escadron (1932)

Fun in the Barracks (French: Les Gaîtés de l'escadron or Les Gaietés de l'escadron) is a 1932 French comedy film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Raimu, Jean Gabin and Fernandel. It was based on a play by Georges Courteline and Edouard Nores. Tourneur was remaking the story, having previously filmed a silent version in 1913. The film was one of the most expensive made by Tourneur and was a popular commercial hit.

Mad Enough to Kill (1975)

A wealthy industrialist arranges the kidnapping of his young nephew and his caretaker, a former psychiatric patient, hoping to frame the caretaker for the boy's murder.

4 Madu (2010)

Twins must fulfill their father's strange demands to inherit his fortune.

An Uneventful Story (1983)

An Uneventful Story (Polish: Nieciekawa historia) is a 1986 Polish film directed by Wojciech Jerzy Has, starring Gustaw Holoubek. The film is an adaptation of a short story by Anton Chekhov and tells the story of a professor of medicine who begins an affair with a young pupil.

Toute la beauté du monde (2006)

Following a nervous breakdown, a widow travels to Asia to rediscover her zest for life.

Fishing with Gandhi (1998)

Danno is hitching his way down the California coast, trying to forget his mum's recent marriage to his uncle. He meets Roy and Gil, who are two truck-driving brothers who are dealing with some severe issues of their own.

Dead Ringer (2015)

A young woman enters a nightmarish world of sex and dangerous people to find her missing twin.

Den Helder (2008)

A man returns home from prison to find that his brother has changed.

KIL (2013)

KIL is a 2013 Malaysian mystery drama film directed by Nik Amir Mustapha and It was written by Nik Amir Mustapha, Rewan Ishak and Khairulzaman Dzulkifly and produced by Tengku Iesta Tengku Alaudin.

Fire at Will (1965)

A famous American secret service agent tries to rescue a German 17-year-old prodigy scientist who has been captured by the Russians.

Love Unto Waste (1986)

Love Unto Waste is a 1986 Hong Kong drama film directed by Stanley Kwan and starring Tony Leung, Irene Wan, Elaine Jin, Tsai Chin, Chow Yun-fat with guest appearances by Elaine Chow and Winnie Yu.

Troubleshooters (1971)

Killers pursue a jewel thief when he is released from prison.

Francis of Brooklyn (2012)

A traumatized veteran's spiritual crisis leads him to renounce his family's wealth and to seek out a more meaningful life among the homeless and rejected on the streets of Brooklyn.

3 Champions (2011)

Retracing the history of Brazilian Formula 1 drivers from the 1970s to the 1990s from the points of view of drivers and behind-the-scenes crew.

Entre Amis (2015)

Entre amis is a 2015 French comedy film directed by Olivier Baroux. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Daniel Auteuil, Gérard Jugnot, François Berléand, Zabou Breitman, Mélanie Doutey and Isabelle Gélinas. It was released by Pathé on 22 April 2015.

The Female Response (1973)

Seven women get together to discuss what it's like to be a female in modern society.

Intifada NYC (2009)

The principal from America's first Arabic language school fights to get her job back after a political firestorm.

Miss South Pacific: Beauty And The Sea (2011)

Contestants use the 2009-2010 pageant to bring attention to climate change.

New York Dolls: Lookin' Fine on Television (2011)

The infamous band performs in rare live clips and interviews from the heady days of the band's ascension in the 1970s.

Elevator Trap (2009)

Anxiety levels rise when three people become trapped in a stalled elevator.

Fly High (2006)

A Korean high-school student falls in love with a terminally ill classmate.

Sidestroke (1993)

Two friends decide to start their lives over in the small town of Annecy with a girl who works in a peep show.

Fantasma (2006)

Fifty-six-year-old Argentino Vargas travels to Buenos Aires. He is waiting at the main hall of Teatro San Martín for someone to guide him to the tenth floor, where the movie he stars in is about to be screened. He has never been to a movie theater.

Teenage Yakuza (1962)

A high school vigilante protects the community from mobsters.

Middle Class Madhavan (2001)

Middle Class Madhavan is a 2001 Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by T. P. Gajendran. The film stars Prabhu and Abhirami in the lead roles, while Vadivelu, Vivek, and Visu play supporting roles. The film explores the travails of newlyweds who are forced to live in a joint family. The film was remade in Telugu as Mee Intikoste Yem Istaru Ma Intikoste Yem Testaru. The music was composed by Dhina, and the film released on 18 May 2001.

Axis of War: Night Raid (2007)

Chinese forces plan a daring raid on a Japanese ammunition dump during World War II.