Étangs Noirs (2018)
Three Thousand Years of Longing (2020)
George Burns in Concert (1982)
Un 4to. de Josué (2018)
The Animal Alphabet (1986)
Little Remi and Famous Dog Capi (1970)
Chibikko Remi to Meiken Kapi (ちびっ子レミと名犬カピ) is a 1970 Japanese animated film.
Strawberry Shortcake and the Baby Without a Name (1984)
Strawberry Shortcake and the Baby Without a Name is an animated television special from 1984, produced by Nelvana. This is the fifth to feature American Greetings character Strawberry Shortcake.
The Life and Death of 9413, a Hollywood Extra (1928)
The Life and Death of 9413: a Hollywood Extra is a 1928 American silent experimental short film co-written and co-directed by Robert Florey and Slavko Vorkapić. Considered a landmark of American avant-garde cinema, it tells the story of a man who comes to Hollywood with dreams of becoming a star, only to fail and become dehumanized, with studio executives reducing him to the role of extra and writing the number "9413" on his forehead.
The Lost Express (1925)
The Lost Express is a 1925 American silent mystery film directed by J.P. McGowan and starring Helen Holmes, Jack Mower and Henry A. Barrows.
Torrance Rises (1999)
Torrance Rises is a 1999 mockumentary directed by and starring Spike Jonze.
Vietnam Requiem (1982)
Vietnam Requiem was an ABC News Closeup television documentary directed by Bill Couturié and Jonas McCord and photographed by Ted Haimes. It was filmed in 1982, and transmitted in 1984 about the post-traumatic stress disorder suffered by veterans. It provided a substantial part of the sound samples used by Paul Hardcastle in his 1985 song "19".
Rookie Fireman (1950)
Rookie Fireman is a 1950 American drama film directed by Seymour Friedman and written by Jerry Sackheim. The film stars Bill Williams, Barton MacLane, Marjorie Reynolds, Gloria Henry, Richard Quine and John Ridgely. The film was released on September 8, 1950, by Columbia Pictures.
Saddle Leather Law (1944)
Saddle Leather Law is a 1944 American Western film directed by Benjamin H. Kline and written by Elizabeth Beecher. The film stars Charles Starrett, Dub Taylor, Vi Athens, Lloyd Bridges, Jimmy Wakely and Salty Holmes. The film was released on December 21, 1944, by Columbia Pictures.
Carmen's Veranda (1944)
Carmen's Veranda is a short animated musical film produced by Terrytoons and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The film is one of the studio's early films in color.
Dark Heaven (1958)
Dark Heaven is a 1958 musical-comedy-romance-drama film directed by Rattana Pestonji and written by Suwat Woradilok.
Snehituda... is a Telugu romantic drama film directed by Satyam Bellamkonda starring Nani and Maadhavi Latha in the lead roles. Prasad produced this film on Satya Entertainments Banner and Sivaram Shankar provided the music. The movie was released on 7 August 2009 and was a flop at the box office.
The Lady of the Black Moons (1971)
The Lady of the Black Moons is a 1971 Lebanese fantastique-sexploitation film directed by Lebanese director Samir A. Khouri and featuring a neh predominantly Egyptian main cast. The film had particular success in Tunisia as well as Lebanon. The Lady of the Black Moons was released on DVD by Sabbah Media Corporation in 2002.
Atashin'chi the Movie (2003)
Atashin'chi is a comedy manga by Eiko Kera, and an anime adaptation that was produced from 2002 to 2009. It is an episode-based animated sitcom of the daily experiences of a family of four. The series won the 42nd Bungeishunjū Manga Award in 1996.
Takumi-kun Series: Pure (2010)
Takumi-kun Series 4: Pure (タクミくんシリーズ4「Pure～ピュア～」) is a 2010 Japanese film directed by Kenji Yokoi and the fourth film based on Shinobu Gotō's novel series Takumi-kun Series.
Moratoriamu Tamako (2013)
Tamako in Moratorium is a 2013 Japanese film directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita and starring former AKB48 member Atsuko Maeda. The film had its world premiere at the 2013 Busan International Film Festival and was released in Japan on 23 November 2013.
Seventh Code (2013)
Seventh Code is a 2013 Japanese action thriller film written and directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Atsuko Maeda. It won the Best Director award and the Best Technical Contribution award at the 8th Rome Film Festival. The film was released in Japan on January 11, 2014.
Pari is a 1995 Iranian motion picture directed by Dariush Mehrjui. The film is an unauthorized "loose" adaptation of J. D. Salinger's 1961 book Franny and Zooey. Though the film could be distributed legally in Iran since the country has no official copyright relations with the United States, Salinger had his lawyers block a planned screening of the film at Lincoln Center in 1998. Mehrjui called Salinger's action "bewildering," explaining that he saw his film as "a kind of cultural exchange."
Nong Teng Nakleng-pukaotong (2006)
Nong Theng Nakleng-pukhaothong is a 2006 Thai comedy film starring Pongsak Pongsuwan and Choosak Eamsuk.
Evolusi: KL Drift 2 (2010)
Evolusi KL Drift 2 is a Malaysian action film. It is the sequel to Evolusi KL Drift. The film was released in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei on 25 March 2010.
Ensemble for Somnambulists (1951)
Ensemble for Somnambulists is a 1951 American unfinished experimental silent short was written, produced, and directed by Maya Deren. The film was made while Deren teaching a workshop at the Toronto Film Society. Along with Deren the film assistant produced by M. Armour and D. Burritt and cinematography by Graeme Ferguson and Bruce Parsons.
Chef de meute (2012)
Herd Leader is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Chloé Robichaud and released in 2012. The film stars Ève Duranceau as Clara, a shy woman who must build confidence in herself when she inherits her late aunt's dog and has to learn how to train it.
Revival is a 2013 comedy film written and directed by Alice Nellis and starring Bolek Polívka, Marián Geišberg, Karel Heřmánek and Miroslav Krobot. The film won the Audience Award at the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 2013. Revival received 11 nominations at the 2013 Czech Lion Awards, but did not win in any categories.
Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son (1905)
Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son is a 1969 experimental film made by Ken Jacobs. The film is considered a landmark in avant-garde and structural filmmaking, and remains Jacobs' best-known work. It was admitted to the National Film Registry in 2007, and is part of Anthology Film Archives' "Essential Cinema" repertory.
Desatanakkili Karayarilla (1986)
Desatanakkili Karayarilla is a 1986 Malayalam film, written and directed by Padmarajan. It stars Mohanlal, Karthika, Shari and Urvashi in pivotal roles. The film tells the story of two school girls who eloped while on a school trip. It was critically well acclaimed, being one of the first Indian films that talked about womance.
Rathri Mazha is a Malayalam film by Lenin Rajendran starring Vineeth and Meera Jasmine in lead roles. Rathri Mazha was chosen as one of the Indian entries for the Asian, African and Latin American Competition segment of the 38th IFFI. The film won 1 National Film Awards & 5 Kerala state film awards.
Sasneham Sumithra (2004)
Sasneham Sumithra is a 2004 Malayalam film by Ambadi Krishnan starring Suresh Gopi.
Tribute to Éric Rohmer (2010)
Tribute to Éric Rohmer is a short 2010 video commissioned by Les Films du Losange as a tribute to Éric Rohmer by his friend and former colleague Jean-Luc Godard, and is the work that directly precedes the release of the 2010 feature Film Socialisme in Godard's filmography. It was first presented at the Soirée en hommage à Éric Rohmer on 8 February 2010 at the Cinémathèque Française. The short film consists of various titles of articles that Rohmer wrote for Cahiers du Cinema appearing on a black background as Godard's narration muses about brief, fragmented memories of Rohmer. It ends with a shot of Godard looking directly into the camera, the 16:9 image's aspect ratio suddenly squished into 4:3, as he finishes his monologue.
Tup Tup (1972)
Tup Tup is a 1972 Yugoslav animated short by Nedeljko Dragić at Zagreb Film animation studio, in cooperation with Corona Cinematografica in Italy. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film, but lost to Richard Williams' take on A Christmas Carol.
Souls on the Road (1921)
Souls on the Road is a 1921 Japanese silent film directed by Minoru Murata. Film critic Mark Cousins wrote that it was "the first landmark film in Japanese history".
NRBQ: One in a Million (1989)
Chuck Mangione: Live Palaisdes Festivals Hall Cannes 1989 (2012)
Khaspush is a 1928 Soviet Armenian drama and war film, directed by Hamo Beknazarian and starring Hrachia Nersisyan, M. Dulgaryan and Avet Avetisyan
Marihuana El Monstruo Verde (1936)
Marihuana is a 1936 Mexican film. It stars Sara García.
A Liar and a Broken Girl (2011)
Usotsuki Mii-kun to Kowareta Maa-chan is a Japanese light novel series written by Hitoma Iruma, with illustrations by Hidari.
Taboo: The Beginning of Erotic Cinema (2004)
Syrian Metal Is War (2018)
Dieter Nuhr: Nuhr in Berlin (2016)
Cradle of Filth: Peace Through Superior Firepower (2005)
Weebles: Welcome to Weebleville (2004)
Jesus Christ: Serial Rapist (2004)
The Work of Director Stéphane Sednaoui (2005)
On the Track of Robert Van Gulik (2016)
Du und icke und Berlin (1977)
Mowgli's Brothers (1976)
Mowgli's Brothers is a 1976 television animated special directed by American animator Chuck Jones. It is based on the first chapter of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book. The special was narrated by Roddy McDowall, who also performs the voices of all the male characters in the film. June Foray was the voice of Raksha, the Mother Wolf. It originally aired on CBS on February 11, 1976. The special was released on VHS, Betamax, and Laserdisc by Family Home Entertainment in 1985, and it was released on VHS again in 1999 and on DVD in 2002 and 2007 by Lionsgate. Jones also directed adaptations of two other The Jungle Book stories, "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" and "The White Seal", in 1975.
Revolt of the Mercenaries (1961)
Revolt of the Mercenaries is a 1961 Italian-Spanish historical adventure film directed by Piero Costa and starring Virginia Mayo, Conrado San Martín and Susana Canales.
Soy Lo Que Quise Ser (2018)
Sea Devils (1998)
La fleur de l'âge, ou Les adolescentes (1964)
The Lone Star Vigilantes (1942)
The Lone Star Vigilantes is a 1942 American Western film directed by Wallace Fox and written by Luci Ward. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Tex Ritter, Frank Mitchell, Virginia Carpenter, Luana Walters and Budd Buster. The film was released on January 1, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.
The Hat (1964)
Ça peut pas être l'hiver, on n'a même pas eu d'été (1980)
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: The Flying House (1921)
Something Between Us (2015)
Håkan Bråkan & Josef (2004)
Håkan Bråkan & Josef is a Swedish comedy film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 8 October 2004, directed by Erik Leijonborg and based on Anders Jacobsson and Sören Olsson's stories about Håkan, a Sune spinoff character.
Unaired Game of Thrones Prequel Pilot (2019)
Trees of Syntax, Leaves of Axis (2009)
Free Fall (1964)
His Back Against the Wall (1922)
His Back Against the Wall is a 1922 American comedy film directed by Rowland V. Lee and written by Julien Josephson. The film stars Raymond Hatton, Virginia Valli, Will Walling, J. Gordon Russell, W.H. Bainbridge and Virginia Madison. The film was released on May 21, 1922, by Goldwyn Pictures.
Out in That Deep Blue Sea (2009)
Out in That Deep Blue Sea is a Canadian drama short film, directed by Kazik Radwanski and released in 2009. The third film after Assault and Princess Margaret Blvd. in his trilogy of short films about people facing moments of personal crisis, the film centres on a middle-aged real estate agent who is becoming dissatisfied with the amount of time and energy he has invested into the corporate rat race.
Otsuyu: Kaidan botan-dôrô (1998)
Jon Lord & the Hoochie Coochie Men: Live at the Basement (2003)
William S. Burroughs: Commissioner of Sewers (1991)
Leatherface: Boat in the Smoke (2005)
Half Pint: Live in Jamaica (2013)
The Movement of People Working (2003)
The Black Crowes: Freak 'N' Roll... Into the Fog (2006)
Boobs in the Wood (1999)
Drat That Boy (1904)
The Innocents (2014)
With a Right to Kill (2003)
Texas - Doc Snyder hält die Welt in Atem (1993)
Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies (2012)
Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies is a 2012 American action horror B movie directed by Richard Schenkman, with a screenplay by Schenkman based upon the story concept of Karl Hirsch and Lauren Proctor. Produced by The Asylum, and starring Bill Oberst Jr., the film was released direct-to-video on May 29, 2012, following its May 28 theatrical premiere screening at the Telfair Museum of Art Jepson Center in Savannah, Georgia.
In the tradition of The Asylum's catalog, the film is a mockbuster of the 20th Century Fox film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
A systems analyst (Rodney Rowland) for the FAA probes a software link among several airliners involved in fatal crashes.
Battle Force (2012)
In 1942 an elite fighting unit was formed, officially named the First Special Service Force. They were made up of mountain men, hunters and all-around misfits, and were trained to scale cliffs, jump out of airplanes, and kill Nazis. The following summer, days before the invasion of Sicily, the best of these men were handpicked for a desperate mission. Amidst the bloodshed of World War II, these men went armed for combat, and the only way out was to aim, fire and stay alive.
UNLEASH THE LAUGHS with this outrageous, over-the-edge comedy! When Bingo, a runaway circus dog who escapes the Big Top, saves the life of Chuckie, a young boy who's having trouble fitting in with his pals, the two quickly become best friends skateboarding, playing pinball and doing math homework together. But Chuckie's parents (Cindy Williams and David Rasche) discover the stowaway pooch, and make no bones about the fact that Bingo will not accompany them on their cross-country move. What follows is a heartwarming 1,000-mile adventure of puppy love and loyalty as Bingo and Chuckie encounter nutty characters and hilarious situations in their quest to be reunited. Dog catchers, kidnappers, hospitals, even prison, can't keep the two lovable misfits apart!
Charro! is a 1969 American western film starring Elvis Presley shot on location at Apacheland Movie Ranch and Old Tucson Studios in Arizona. It was his only role that did not feature him singing on-screen, and is the only Presley film to feature no songs at all except for the main title theme. It also features a bearded Presley for the first and last time in any of his films. The film was adaptated into a novel written by Harry Whittington.
The film co-starred Ina Balin, Victor French, Barbara Werle, and Solomon Sturges and was the final for director Charles Marquis Warren. It was also the only Presley film released to theaters by National General Pictures. The film made a profit but was not a runaway success, and remains one of Presley's least-seen films despite it being among his best in terms of a 'straight' (non-musical) acting performance.
After bumming across the Southwest, a tough, young woman steals a car and runs off to Mexico, where she visits a bordello and is indoctrinated by a lesbian.
A young family man risks everything to pursue forbidden desires.
By The Gun (2014)
By the Gun (formerly God Only Knows) is an American crime drama film directed by James Mottern and written by Emilio Mauro. The film stars Ben Barnes, Leighton Meester, Harvey Keitel, Kenny Wormald, Toby Jones, Paul Ben-Victor and Ritchie Coster. Barnes plays a low-level gangster who longs to become a made man, only to find that his life has become much more complicated once this happens.
American Brawler (2013)
A struggling martial arts teacher must compete in an underground fight ring order to save his brother from a crime boss and reunite with his family.
Beach Balls (1988)
A California beach boy (Philip Paley) and his sister like a beach girl (Heidi Helmer) and her lifeguard brother.
Be My Baby (2006)
A single woman (Rene Ashton) hatches a blackmail plan to make a man think that he is the father of her baby.
See You After School (2006)
See You After School is a 2006 South Korean comical melodrama about typical loser's zero to hero conquest.
Blue Ridge Fall (1999)
While a teenager (Peter Facinelli) is trying to decide his future, his violent father is murdered by one of his friends.
Dance Academy (1988)
In a beautiful mansion overlooking the ocean sits a prestigious and traditional dance academy. Miss McKenzie was formerly the owner of the once profitable academy, but was forced to sell the academy due to dwindling profits. A new anonymous owner has purchased the school and introduced a new vision to turn the school around by introducing a new jazz program with a new radical instrutor, Moon.
A new and unlikely student soon arrives at the academy. After losing his working class job, Vince hitches a ride with some people who are on their way to the dance academy. After arriving, Vince finds himself drawn to the music at the school. He executes some of karate moves to music and Moon is so impressed with Vince's style that he offers Vince a chance to study at the academy.
Moon and Miss McKenzie are pitted against each other as soon as Moon arrives. Moon is trying to introduce new and radical styles into the traditional ballet curriculum. Miss McKenzie and her Ballet School Director, Percy, plot against Moon to have him fired.
Meanwhile, Vince and a group of freestyle dancers start taking over at the school. Vince begins dating Jana, a fellow student, while Moon falls in love with Paula, one of his students. Miss McKenzie becomes determined to expose the relationship between Moon and Paula and have Moon fired.
The movie is full of impromptu dance scenes featuring freestyle and modern dance. Besides dancing at school, Vince and his friends perform in the street and in night clubs to please crowds.
With the academy's final production of the year quickly approaching, Moon and the dancers must make the show a success. Miss McKenzie, however, will stop at nothing to make sure Moon, Vince and the other freestyle dancers fail.
Benji Takes a Dive at Marineland (1981)
Benji is a frisky mutt who is extremely friendly and has a knack for getting himself into all sorts of adventures. This time, it's a series of encounters at Marineland as he comes face to face with a great many types of animals that he has never seen before. From dolphins and orcas to barracudas and seals, he's in for many surprises, and his trip becomes especially exciting when he jumps in the water to splash around with some of his new friends. Since he doesn't swim as well as they do, they might have to lend him a flipper.
Blades of Blood (2010)
During a turbulent time when political upheaval, rebellion, and invasion are coming to a head with a clash between two swordsmen caught up in a violent and bloody struggle to seize control of the country they love. With their army of alliance standing behind them they will meet for the most important battle of their lives. Swords will be drawn while many lives are lost, but only one swordsman will walk away the new king of the land.
Beer Wars (2009)
Beer Wars is a 2009 documentary film about the American beer industry. In particular, it covers the differences between large corporate breweries, namely Anheuser-Busch, the Miller Brewing Company, and the Coors Brewing Company opposed to smaller breweries like Dogfish Head Brewery, Moonshot 69, Yuengling, Stone Brewing Co., and other producers of craft beer. Also covered is how advertising and lobbyists are used to control the beer market, implying that these things harm competition and consumer choice.
Throughout the film there is a theme that the smallest breweries have next to no chance to compete due to the sheer volume of advertising and outdated beer distribution laws. The original laws demanded a three tier system to separate the powers of selling beer. The law demands that the beer brewer cannot deliver directly to the retailer, supposedly creating a separation of powers resembling the US government's legislative, judicial, and executive branches. The film claims these laws are now inhibiting growth of smaller brewers and therefore allowing the largest brewers (Coors, Anheuser-Busch, and Miller) to maintain an oligopoly on beer.
The film was written, produced, narrated, and directed by Anat Baron, former head of Mike's Hard Lemonade. The film is now available on DVD.