The Big Frozen Gumshoe (2018)

Detective Richard D. Dick, a 1940’s private investigator, is within spitting distance of unravelling a major caper. When Dick gets too close to piecing together the pie, he’s frozen in time by a mysterious stranger. Sixty-nine years later, Detective Dick defrosts in the modern age. He’s thrust into our strange, new, technological world in his hapless pursuit to find out who put him on ice. The defrosted detective reopens the cold case and is hot on the trail of new leads as Dick attempts to crack the biggest nut he’s ever faced, the case of The Big Frozen Gumshoe.

De Collega's 2.0 (2018)

Hometown - Stories from a Century (2018)

The Colours (1976)

The Colours is a 1976 Iranian short film directed by Abbas Kiarostami.

Trapped Alive (1988)

Punjabi House (1998)

Punjabi House is a 1998 Indian Malayalam-language comedy-drama film, written and directed by Rafi Mecartin. It stars Dileep, Cochin Hanifa, Harisree Asokan and Mohini in the lead roles, along with a supporting cast consisting of Lal, Neena Kurup, Janardanan, Thilakan, Jomol, N. F. Varghese, Indrans and Kunchan. The music was composed by Suresh Peters and S. P. Venkatesh, the former composing the songs, making his debut as a film composer and the latter composing the score. The film was released as a grand Onam release on the day of Thiruvonam in 1998 and became a huge blockbuster, becoming the second highest grosser after Harikrishnans.

Devi Putrudu (2001)

Devi Putrudu is a 2001 Telugu fantasy-drama film written and produced by M. S. Raju under the Sumanth Art Productions banner, directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. It stars Venkatesh, Soundarya and Anjala Zaveri in the lead roles, with music composed by Mani Sharma. The film was dubbed into Tamil as Paapa and into Hindi as Aaj Ka Deviputra.

Kallapetty (2013)

Mord for åbent tæppe (1964)

Mr. Orchid (1946)

Mr. Orchid (French: Le Père tranquille) is a 1946 French drama film directed by René Clément. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.

Pokrov Gates (1982)

The Pokrovsky Gate is a 1982 Soviet comedy film produced for television by Mosfilm. It was directed by Mikhail Kozakov and stars Oleg Menshikov, Leonid Bronevoy, and Inna Ulyanova. The screenplay is based on a 1974 stage play by Leonid Zorin.

Obszönitäten (1971)

Zombies (2003)

Ananas (1984)

Die vertauschte Königin (1984)

Fragile(s) (2006)

Virtuosity (2014)

Foreigner (2010)

Revelation (2009)

Der Rosenkavalier (2007)

Nagalit ang buwan sa haba ng gabi (1983)

Nagalit ang Buwan sa Haba ng Gabi is a 1983 Filipino film, written and directed by Danny Zialcita.

Gold Stars: The Story of the FIFA World Cup Tournaments (2017)

Sevenes (2011)

Sevenes is a 2011 Malayalam sports-action film written by Ikbal Kuttipuram and directed by Joshiy. The cast includes Kunchacko Boban, Nivin Pauly, Asif Ali, Rejith Menon, Aju Varghese, and Vineeth Kumar in supporting roles; and Nadia Moidu, Rima Kallingal and Bhama in lead roles. The film centres on seven young men who play sevens football, popular in Malabar. The film started its shooting in April 2011 at Kozhikode district.

A Return to Grace: Luther's Life and Legacy (2017)

Martin Luther triggered a seismic upheaval that rocked the western world in the 1500s—with an impact that continues to reverberate to this day. This film tells the great adventure story of his life. At the same time, it examines his quest for truth—questions we all must face—including “Who am I?” and “What is my purpose?”

Tanger Gool (2015)

Ransack Rebellion (2011)

One man's trash is another man's treasure as Think Thank's crew leaves no surface unridden.

Stonehenge: Decoded (2008)

Stonehenge Decoded examines British archaeologist Mike Parker Pearson’s ground-breaking theory – one that places this ancient monument at the centre of one the largest prehistoric religious complexes in the world. His team is unearthing surprising new evidence, supporting a radical new vision of Stonehenge and the people who built it. Just a few kilometres from Stonehenge, the revelations begin as the team uncovers the first evidence of a 4,500 year-old lost settlement. With at least 300 houses, it is the largest Stone Age settlement ever found in northern Europe. At its centre lie the remains of a mysterious second circle. Now, the excavations and radiocarbon dating reveal that this lost monument was in fact a near replica of Stonehenge built of wood - and that both circles stood at the same time. As the archaeologists investigate how the two may be connected, they make another astonishing find: a 30-metre wide ceremonial avenue made of packed flint, leading away from the second, wooden circle at Durrington Walls. It is the only road of this type found in Britain, and it leads directly to the nearby river Avon. There are more dramatic discoveries to come. Pits filled with animal bones yield clues about the lives of the ancient people who built Stonehenge. Post holes found on a ridge above the river may give new insight into the way they treated their dead—and the role the great stone circle played in their rituals.

The War of 33 (2008)

What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004)

What the Bleep Do We Know!? (stylized as What tнē #$*! D̄ө ωΣ (k)πow!? and What the #$*! Do We Know!?) is a 2004 film that combines documentary-style interviews, computer-animated graphics, and a narrative that posits a spiritual connection between quantum physics and consciousness. The plot follows the fictional story of a photographer as she encounters emotional and existential obstacles in her life and begins to consider the idea that individual and group consciousness can influence the material world. Her experiences are offered by the filmmakers to illustrate the movie's thesis about quantum physics and consciousness. The 2004 theatrical release of the film was followed by a substantially changed, extended DVD version in 2006. Bleep was conceived and its production funded by William Arntz, who co-directed the film along with Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente; all three were students of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. A moderately low-budget independent film, it was promoted using viral marketing methods and opened in art-house theaters in the western United States, winning several independent film awards before being picked up by a major distributor and eventually grossing over $10 million. The film has been described as an example of quantum mysticism, and has been criticized for both misrepresenting science and containing pseudoscience. While many of its interviewees and subjects are professional scientists in the fields of physics, chemistry, and engineering, several have noted that the film quotes them out of context.

The Tragedy of Hamlet (2002)

A Hole in the Head (1998)

Richard II (1997)

For Liberty (1979)

The Film From Lot 15 (2018)

It's Boring Here, Pick Me Up (2018)

Slow TV: National Knitting Evening (2013)

Slow TV: National Knitting Night (2013)

Slow TV: Salmon Fishing (2012)

Slow TV: Northern Railway (2010)

Slow TV: National Firewood Night (2013)

Tráfico (1998)

The Old Chisholm Trail (1942)

The Old Chisholm Trail is a 1942 American Western film written and directed by Elmer Clifton. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Tex Ritter, Fuzzy Knight, Jennifer Holt, Mady Correll and Earle Hodgins. The film was released on December 11, 1942, by Universal Pictures.

Devilish Honeymoon (1970)

Blondes in the Jungle (2009)

Go Find a Psychic! (2009)

Ya tebya ne lyublyu (2012)

Fascisti su Marte (2006)

Il burbero (1986)

Il burbero (The Gruff) is a 1986 Italian comedy film directed by Castellano & Pipolo.

Ending Is the Beginning - The Mitch Lucker Memorial Show (2014)

Kung Fu Hip-Hop (2008)

Tweedledum, Aviator (1911)

Strasti po Vladimiru (1990)

Prelude to Infusco (2014)

Noites de Iemanjá (1971)

Kameňák (2003)

Magic Spectacles (1961)

Bola Kampung: The Movie (2013)

Bola Kampung The Movie is an animated film from Animasia Studios that aired on March 21, 2013 in Malaysia and April 2013 Indonesia. Bola Kampung The Movie film showed in 3D Stereoscopic format and it was the FIRST MALAY-LANGUAGE ANIMATION FILM in 3D Stereoscopic.

Paying The Price For Peace (2018)

In 1987, Vietnam veteran S. Brian Willson sat down on the railroad tracks outside the Concord Naval Weapons Station in California to protest a shipment of weapons intended to arm the Nicaraguan Contra army. Underestimating the U.S. Navy’s intolerance for peaceful protest, Willson lost both of his legs and suffered a fractured skull when the train was ordered not to stop. After witnessing U.S. savagery during the Vietnam War, Willson realized that power came not from bearing arms, but from bearing the truth. His journey to peace is interwoven among interviews with Martin Sheen, Daniel Ellsberg, Alice Walker, Ron Kovic, and narrated by Emmy Award-winner Peter Coyote, “Paying the Price for Peace” is a film that will embolden all people who strive for peace.

Versicherungsvertreter 2 - Mehmet Göker macht weiter (2015)

Sokola Rimba (2013)

Mazzabubù... quante corna stanno quaggiù? (1971)

Una pareja... distinta (1974)

Aviary (1955)

Super Monkey Returns (2011)

Vengeance of the West (1942)

Vengeance of the West is a 1942 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Luci Ward. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Tex Ritter, Frank Mitchell, Adele Mara, Dick Curtis and Robert Fiske. The film was released on August 16, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

The Magic Portal (1989)

Cuatro mujeres y un lío (1985)

Cossacks in Exile (1939)

Sygnaly (1938)

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse (1940)

Prace (1960)

Notre monde (2013)

Fishmonger and the Fish (1937)

Värmlänningarna (1957)

K2 - La montagna degli Italiani (2013)

Keranda Kuntilanak (2011)

Sheep Wrecked (1958)

The 100 Year March: A Philosopher in Poland (2018)

S.T.A.B. (1973)

The Macabre Case of Prompiram (2003)

La Strada Di Paolo (2011)

A Brief History (1956)

A Spy in the House that Ruth Built (1990)

Day of Violence (1977)

Attenti al gorilla (2019)

Xavier (1991)

Anders Matthesen: 9 Års Jubilæum (2003)

Refrain (1972)

Preuve d'amour (1988)

A Child Like Any Other (1972)

Naadodigal (2009)

Naadodigal is a 2009 Tamil language action drama film written and directed by Samuthirakani and produced by S. Michael Rayappan under banner of Global Infotainment. The film stars Sasikumar along with Chennai 600028 fame Vijay Vasanth and Kalloori fame Bharani in lead roles, with newcomers Ananya, Abhinaya and Malaysia - based Shanthini Deva enacting the lead female roles and Ganja Karuppu playing a pivotal role, providing comical relief.

Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal (2014)

Njangalude Veettile Athidhikal is a 2014 Malayalam family drama film directed by Sibi Malayil. It stars Jayaram, after a long gap, opposite Priyamani in the lead; Priyamani has been paired up with Jayaram for the first time. Narain, Innocent, Kalabhavan Shajon, and Lena play significant roles in the film. The movie is penned by K. Gireesh Kumar. The background score and soundtrack are composed by Ratheesh Vega. Kalabhavan Shajon debuts as a singer in the film through the song Maaye Maaye.

Greedy Ghost (2012)

Greedy Ghost is a Singaporean comedy horror film and the third film in the Singapore Ghost franchise, the first being Where Got Ghost?, and the second being The Ghosts Must Be Crazy, the cast differs, though, directed and written by Boris Boo. The film is executive produced by local funnyman Mark Lee, stars Kang Kang, Henry Thia, Brendan Yuen and Jesseca Liu, and is about the greed of a worker at a funeral parlour causing him to see actual ghosts. The film is Lee's very first attempt as an executive producer and is also the inaugural time in which his talent company, Galaxy Entertainment, is funding a movie. Officially opened in cinemas on August 16, 2012, in Singapore, and on July 26, 2012, in Malaysia, filming commenced and took place in the latter.

Namukku Parkkan (2012)

Namukku Parkkan is a 2012 Malayalam film directed by Aji John, starring Anoop Menon and Meghna Raj in the lead roles. Jayasurya plays a pivotal guest appearance, while Mohanlal makes a vocal appearance in the film.

Against the Grain: More Meat Than Wheat (1981)

Against the Grain is a 1981 Australian film.

Uchithanai Muharnthaal (2011)

Uchithanai Muharnthaal or Uchithanai Mukarnthal is a 2011 Tamil drama film directed by Pugazendhi Thangaraj and assisted by Prashanth Ramamurthy. The film's plot revolves around a 13-year-old Sri Lankan Tamil girl, portrayed by child actress Neenika. The film also stars Sathyaraj, Seeman and Sangeetha, while featuring music scored by D. Imman. The film released in December 2011.

Wachsexperimente (1927)

Door to the Night (2013)

Mädchen in Wittstock (1975)

Dark Echoes (1977)