Futuro Beach (2014)
Praia do Futuro (English: Futuro Beach) is a 2014 Brazilian-German drama film directed by Karim Aïnouz, and starring Wagner Moura, Clemens Schick and Jesuita Barbosa. The film had its premiere in the competition section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.
Machine Gun Preacher (2011)
Machine Gun Preacher is a 2011 biographical adventure drama film about Sam Childers, a former gang biker turned preacher and defender of South Sudanese orphans. The movie was based on Childers' book Another Man's War. It was written by Jason Keller, directed by Marc Forster, and stars Gerard Butler, Michelle Monaghan and Michael Shannon.
The film tells the story of Childers and his efforts to save the children of South Sudan in collaboration with the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) against the atrocities of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA).
Rudy, the Racing Pig (1995)
Though they live in an apartment, a family decide to keep a pig they win in a raffle.
Teacher and Three Children (2008)
Rebus Film Nr. 1 (1925)
Rupan sansei: Pilot Film (1969)
Lupin the Third: Pilot Film is a Japanese animated short film directed by Masaaki Ōsumi. It is the first animated adaptation of the Lupin III manga series, created by Monkey Punch in 1967. The 12-minute film was created by Tokyo Movie and intended to generate interest and secure funding for a larger production. Around 1971 it was reworked as a television pilot with new voice actors and the series was picked up by Yomiuri Television, leading to Lupin the Third Part I.
Ergens in Nederland (1940)
Ergens in Nederland is a 1940 Dutch film directed by Ludwig Berger with the support of the Royal Dutch Navy.
Romeo contra Julieta (1968)
Romeo contra Julieta is a 1968 Mexican film. It was written by Luis Alcoriza and stars Angelica Maria.
Kureyon Shinchan: Bakuhatsu! Onsen Wakuwaku Daikessen (1999)
Crayon Shin-chan: Explosion! The Hot Spring's Feel Good Final Battle , also known as Burst! Hot Spring Battle!, is a 1999 anime film. It is the seventh film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. The film was released in theatres on April 19, 1999 in Japan along with the short film titled Kureshin Paradise! Made in Saitama .
Donald's Penguin (1939)
Donald's Penguin is a Donald Duck animated Technicolor short film by Walt Disney Productions and directed by Jack King, which was originally released on August 10, 1939 by RKO Radio Pictures.
Lava Kusa: The Warrior Twins (2010)
Lava Kusa: The Warrior Twins is a 2010 animation film written and directed by Dhavala Satyam as a joint venture of Kanipakam Creations with RVML Animation.
Dopey Dick, the Pink Whale (1957)
Dopey Dick the Pink Whale is the 80th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on November 15, 1957, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.
Here Today, Gone Tamale (1959)
Here Today, Gone Tamale is a 1959 Looney Tunes animated short, directed by Friz Freleng and featuring Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester.
The Lady of the Camellias is a 1915 Italian historical drama film directed by Gustavo Serena and starring Francesca Bertini. It is an adaptation of Alexandre Dumas, fils' novel The Lady of the Camellias.
The Metamorphosis of Mr. Samsa (1978)
The Metamorphosis of Mr. Samsa is a 1977 Canadian short animated fantasy film by Caroline Leaf, adapted from Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis, told through the animation of beach sand on a piece of glass. The film features music by Normand Roger and sound by Michel Descombes. The film earned many awards and distinctions from the year of its release in 1977 through to 1981 as it was screened at various film festivals around the world.
Coo: Come from a Distant Ocean Coo (1993)
Tōi Umi kara Kita Coo is a Japanese novel by Tamio Kageyama. It won the Naoki Prize in 1988. It was adapted into an anime film named Coo: Tōi Umi kara Kita Coo , released in 1993 by Toei Animation. The story revolves around a boy who finds a baby plesiosaur.
Trimata ot zapasa (1971)
Three Reservists is a Bulgarian comedy-drama war film released in 1971, directed by Zako Heskiya, starring Georgi Partsalev, Kiril Gospodinov and Nikola Anastasov.
Montezuma is a 2009 BBC Television documentary film in which Dan Snow examines the reign of the Aztec Emperor Moctezuma II.
Panama Pasama (1968)
Panama Pasama is a 1968 Indian Tamil-language film, directed and produced by K. S. Gopalakrishnan. The film stars Gemini Ganesan and B. Saroja Devi in the lead roles. The film had musical score by K. V. Mahadevan. The film was remade the following year in Hindi as Paisa Ya Pyaar.
Kairasi is a 1960 Indian Tamil-language film directed by K. Shankar and produced by N. Vasudeva Menon. The film stars Gemini Ganesan, B. Saroja Devi, K. A. Thangavelu and M. R. Radha in lead roles. The film had musical score by R. Govardhanam. Kairasi was released on 19 October 1960, during Diwali, and became a commercial success.
Thirumbi Paar (1953)
Thirumbi Paar is a 1953 Tamil language film starring Sivaji Ganesan, P. V. Narasimha Bharathi, Pandari Bai, Krishna Kumari and Girija in the lead roles. Produced and directed by T. R. Sundaram of Modern Theatres, the film was written by M. Karunanidhi, who would later become the chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Thirumbi Paar was one of the earliest Tamil films whose dialogues were known to be a political satire on the Indian National Congress, the ruling party then. Sivaji Ganesan played a negative role in the film and received wide acclaim.
Lian zheng feng bo (1975)
Anti-Corruption is a 1975 film written and directed by Ng See Yuen, and released by Eternal Film.
Think For Yourself (2018)
The Gorilla Hunt (1926)
Hvad vil De ha'? (1956)
Hvad vil De ha'? is a 1956 Danish comedy film directed by Jens Henriksen and Preben Neergaard and starring Dirch Passer.
Ramona is a 1961 West German musical film directed by Paul Martin and starring Senta Berger, Joachim Hansen and Ruth Stephan.
Connected: Echosynthetic Fest (2018)
20th Century Masters: The Best of the Moody Blues (2004)
Liang Shanbo yu Zhu Yingtai (1954)
The Mistake (2012)
Indian Point: Imagining the Unimaginable (2004)
La Brass Banda (2014)
Pir Sultan Abdal (1973)
Sex Of The Devil (1971)
Sängkammartjuven is a 1959 Swedish comedy film directed by Göran Gentele. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival.
To levende og en død (1937)
To levende og en død is a 1937 Norwegian thriller film directed by Gyda Christensen and Tancred Ibsen and starring Hans Jacob Nilsen, Unni Torkildsen and Jan Vaage. It is based on the 1931 novel To levende og en død by Sigurd Christiansen. A post office worker is left wrestling with his conscience following a robbery at his workplace.
Che wan (1983)
Swing You Sinners! (1930)
Swing You Sinners! is a 1930 animated cartoon short, directed by the Fleischer Brothers. The cartoon is notable for its surreal, dark and sometimes even abstract content.
L'affaire Kergalen (2001)
Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y (1997)
Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y, a 68-minute-long film by director Johan Grimonprez, traces the history of airplane hijacking as portrayed by mainstream television media. The film premiered in 1997 at the Musée National d'Art Moderne (Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris); and at Catherine David's curated Documenta X(Kassel). "This study in pre-Sept. 11 terrorism" is composed of archival footage material — interspersing reportage shots, clips from science fiction films, found footage, home video and reconstituted scenes. The work is interspersed with passages from Don DeLillo's novels Mao II and White Noise, "providing a literary and philosophic anchor to the film". According to the director, "Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y's narrative is based on an imagined dialogue between a terrorist and a novelist where the writer contends that the terrorist has hijacked his role within society." The film's opening line, taken from Mao II, introduces the skyjacker as protagonist. Interspersing fact and fiction, Grimonprez said that the use of archival footage to create "short-circuits in order to critique a situation" may be understood as a form of a Situationist Détournement.
Schweizer Geist (2013)
The Vagabond's Valse (1941)
Ibogaine: Rite of Passage (2004)
Schwester Weiß (2016)
A woman tries to stop her sister's mother-in-law from holding a heathen funeral.
Christmas All Over Again (2016)
A mischievous boy must overcome his inner Scrooge or remain caught in a cycle where every day is a Christmas without presents.
After he survives a suicide attempt, a troubled man calls upon an old friend for help.
The Hyperglot (2013)
A normally eloquent man who has trouble talking to women goes on a wild-goose chase for love.
Bad Romance (2013)
A woman's (Mercedes Cabral) obsession with a soap opera star turns tragic when she meets him, and he doesn't appear to return her affection.
A filmmaker infiltrates one of the toughest undergrad schools in the world to witness the ambition and mindscapes of the youth.
Folk Hero & Funny Guy (2017)
Recently dumped by his fiancée and with a stagnating standup routine, aspiring comedian-slash-copywriter Paul (Alex Karpovsky, Girls) is stuck. The manager of the club where he performs suggests he take some time off to update his comedy material, and in waltzes his childhood friend Jason Black (Wyatt Russell), an acclaimed folk-rock musician about to embark on a solo acoustic tour of the east coast. Jason suggests Paul needs to get his mojo back—and he should start by opening for Jason on tour. They set off on the road together, picking up a new act (folk singer Bryn, played by Meredith Hagner) on the way. But when Jason reveals an ulterior motive behind the tour, rifts are exposed in their otherwise affable camaraderie.
Swing State (2017)
Set in Seattle, SWING STATE is a political comedy centered on a struggling rock & roll DJ who creates a fictitious conservative persona. He’s offered a big check to keep his charade alive, and his creation will change politics forever!
Children of the Mountain (2016)
A young woman gives birth to a deformed and sickly child and becomes the victim of cruelty and superstition. She is convinced she suffers from a dirty womb and embarks on a journey to heal her son and create a future for both of them.
Our Gang (1922)
Our Gang (1922) is an American Our Gang silent short film that was the third entry in the series to be released. It was directed by Charley Chase, Robert F. McGowan, Tom McNamara, and Fred Newmeyer. The two-reeler was released into theaters on November 5, 1922 by Pathé.
El Amparo (2016)
On the border of Venezuela with Colombia, during the late 80’s, two men survive an armed assault in the channels of the Arauca River, in which fourteen of their companions were murdered in the act. The Army accuses them of being guerrilla fighters and tries via intimidation to seize them from the cell where they are being watched over by the local police officer and the village population who is desperate to prevent them from being taken away. They say they are simple fishermen, but pressure to yield to the official version is overwhelming.
Britney Spears Live: The Femme Fatale Tour (2011)
In the extraordinary live concert event that has taken the world by storm, the Grammy-winning pop diva brings to life a fierce mix of fan-favorite hits and hot new tracks from her latest album, Femme Fatale in front of a sold-out Toronto crowd.
Looking for Jackie (2009)
Looking for Jackie is a 2009 film directed by Gangliang Fang and Ping Jiang and written by Xuan Hua and Jiamin Wu. It is an action and family film, which tells the story of a young boy, Zhang Yishan, who sets on a journey to meet his idol, Jackie Chan.
Treehouse Hostage (1999)
Treehouse Hostage is a 1999 family film directed by Sean McNamara and starring Jim Varney and Joey Zimmerman. It is one of Varney's final films before his death in 2000.
Perfect Strangers (2004)
Perfect Strangers is a 2004 British romantic comedy film starring Rob Lowe and Anna Friel.
Club Lingerie (2014)
Tasked with revamping a formerly famous nightclub, the owner decides to employ lingerie models. This draws the attention of a mysterious killer.
Season of Passion (1959)
Two Australian sugarcane cutters spend their annual five-month vacations in Sydney with their mistresses.
Thomas and Friends: Curious Cargo (2012)
Thomas and his engine friends deliver cargo from giraffes, cows, birds and bunnies.
Thomas & Friends: Merry Christmas, Thomas! (2011)
Join Thomas and all of his friends as they spread the joy of the holiday season. All of the engines take part in the Christmas celebration. From looking for the best tree to wishing for snow, there are a few stories that comprise this movie that will captivate the hearts of children.
Arthur's Quest (1999)
In the Dark Ages, in the midst of a fierce battle, the sorcerer Merlin tells the English King that the future survival of England depends of the King's five-year-old son, Arthur. To ensure Arthur's safety, Merlin sends him through a whirling time portal, landing him in the 20th century. Ten years pass and Artie, now a teenager, has forgotten his medieval childhood. But Merlin catches up with him in the present day, where heroes and villains fight in this timeless legend.
The Bounty Hunter (1954)
The Bounty Hunter is a 1954 western film, the last of six Randolph Scott Westerns directed by Andre DeToth and the first film to feature a bounty hunter as its hero. It was released by Warner Bros. Pictures. It was filmed in 3-D but released in standard format, though a 3-D print exists in the Warner archives. Stock footage from Carson City is used at the beginning of the film.
An Accidental Soldier (2013)
An Accidental Soldier is an Australian television film produced by Goalpost Pictures, released on 15 September 2013, and starring Marie Bunel, Dan Spielman, Julia Zemiro, and Bryan Brown. It is written by Blake Ayshford from the screenplay of John Charalambous, who based it on his 2008 book Silent Parts. The film was directed by Rachel Ward and was shot just outside Perth, Western Australia.
Burning Love 3: Burning Down the House (2014)
The favorite rejects return to the mansion in hopes of winning the prize money.
On My Way (2013)
On My Way (French: Elle s'en va) is a 2013 French comedy-drama film directed by Emmanuelle Bercot. The film premiered in competition at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival.
Genius at Work (1946)
Genius at Work is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by Monte Brice and Robert E. Kent. The film stars Wally Brown, Alan Carney, Anne Jeffreys, Lionel Atwill and Bela Lugosi. The film was released on October 20, 1946, by RKO Pictures.
Hold You Tight (1998)
Jie (Ko Yue-Lun) is a Taiwanese immigrant to HK who works at a pool. He finds himself strangely attracted to sullen newlywed Wai (Sunny Chan Kam-Hung), who’s experiencing a few marital difficulties with his new bride Moon (Chingmy Yau). In a thinly-veiled attempt to get closer to Wai, Jie ends up entering into a passionate affair with Moon.
Soul Talkin' (2000)
Former lovers start to have second thoughts about their breakup after taking part in a college study on relationships.
Two best friends go to their hometown to prove Michal's mother was killed by his stepmother.
Cinema Purgatorio (2014)
Neil and Liz hear Bill Murray is judging a film festival, and gather a cast and crew to make a movie. The filmmaking weekend turns into the shoot from hell when the cast won't cooperate and the crew rebels.
Git Along Little Dogies (1937)
Git Along Little Dogies is a 1937 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and the Maple City Four. Written by Dorrell and Stuart E. McGowan, the film is about a singing cowboy who gets caught up in a war between oilmen and cattle ranchers, taking the side of the ranchers until he learns that oil will bring a railroad to town. The film is also known as Serenade of the West in the United Kingdom.
Our Life in Make Believe (2014)
Two travelers, each running from the past, find an outlet with each other and their new friendship.
Born for Glory (1935)
This film gives Sir John Mills his first leading role as Brown. Born after a brief affair between his mother and a naval officer, he joins the Royal Navy during the First World War. There his bravery and marksmanship keeps a German ship in port so a British ship can sink it. He becomes a hero, but at what cost?
A Single Woman (2009)
A Single Woman is a 2008 film made by Nevada Shakespeare Company and Heroica Films. It was directed by Kamala Lopez and produced by Cameron Crain, Richard Shelgren and Kamala Lopez. The screenplay was by Jeanmarie Simpson based on her play with the same title.
Asyl: Park and Love Hotel (2007)
Tsuyako turns the rooftop of her shabby love hotel into a park and opens it up to the lonely women of various ages who rent rooms.
Fatal Bond (1991)
Fatal Bond is a 1992 Australian 'B' grade and thriller film, directed by Vince Monton, starring Linda Blair and Jerome Ehlers. It was filmed in the Northern Beaches area of Sydney, Australia, including Narrabeen Caravan Park.
Beyond the Rockies (1932)
Beyond the Rockies is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Fred Allen and written by Oliver Drake. The film stars Tom Keene, Rochelle Hudson, Marie Wells, Julian Rivero and Ernie Adams. The film was released on July 8, 1932, by RKO Pictures.
The Looking Glass (2011)
Paul, a troubled young man, lives in a rural house with Claire, his pregnant girlfriend. Life is good until Claire's witchlike mother shows up and begins exerting a malevolent influence on Paul's life.
Little Red Riding Hood (1997)
Little Red Riding Hood is a 1997 black and white short film based on the traditional children's fairytale Little Red Riding Hood. Written and directed by David Kaplan, it features Christina Ricci in the title role. The film bears similarities to some of the earliest versions of the fairytale, including the Italian "La finta nonna".
Mr. Walkie Talkie (1952)
Mr Walkie Talkie is a 1952 American film starring William Tracy and Joe Sawyer.
Kill Line (1991)
Framed and sent to prison, a man (Bobby Kim) gets out and uses martial arts to avenge his slain family against mobsters and the police.
All Around Us (2008)
All Around Us is a 2008 Japanese film directed by Ryōsuke Hashiguchi and starring Lily Franky and Tae Kimura.
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1946)
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi is a 1946 American film.
Los hongos (2014)
During the Arab Spring, street artists Ras and Calvin band together with other graffiti artists to paint a tribute to student demonstrators.
Love Live Long (2008)
Love Live Long is a 2008 experimental film centered on the Gumball 3000 rally.
The Favour, the Watch and the Very Big Fish (1992)
The Favour, the Watch and the Very Big Fish is a 1991 comedy film directed by Ben Lewin, starring Bob Hoskins, Jeff Goldblum and Natasha Richardson. The story, set in Paris, follows the fateful meeting of Louis Aubinar with Sybil, who brings into his life her last unfortunate lover, the Pianist. The plot is based on a short story by Marcel Aymé.
The Greggs (2014)
The secluded group responsible for creating standardized tests is threatened by dissent within its ranks.
Horror Maniacs (1948)
The Greed of William Hart is a 1948 British crime film directed by Oswald Mitchell and starring Tod Slaughter, Henry Oscar, Aubrey Woods, Patrick Addison, Jenny Lynn, Winifred Melville and Arnold Bell. The film depicts two Edinburgh bodysnatchers closely modeled on the real Burke and Hare.
Would You Have Sex With an Arab? (2011)
Would You Have Sex with an Arab? is a feature-length documentary film by French director Yolande Zauberman. It was released in France on 12 September 2012 and is 85 minutes long and in full color.
Des Teufels Advokat (1977)
The Devil's Advocate, originally released as Des Teufels Advokat, is a 1977 West German English-language film, directed by Guy Green (his final theatrical film) and based on the novel of the same name by the Australian writer Morris West.
It stars John Mills, Paola Pitagora, Stéphane Audran, Leigh Lawson, Jason Miller and Daniel Massey. The film is set in Italy but was filmed predominantly in West Germany.
After three combat tours in Iraq, Alex Sutton attempts a fresh start on a farm with his new love Jessica, but cycles between a state of heightened alert and feeling zombified from a cocktail of prescriptions meant to stabilize his injured mind.
George Carlin: What Am I Doing in New Jersey? (1988)
George Carlin's sixth HBO stand-up concert special;"What Am I Doin' in New Jersey," aired as a live broadcast from the Park Theater in Union City;New Jersey. The live performance includes classic routines;"Cars & Driving II," "Reagan's Gang;Church People;and American Values," "People I Can Do Without," and "Keeping People Alert." Robert Altman makes a special guest appearance as a New York City taxi driver hired to take Carlin over the bridge from Manhattan to New Jersey to perform a show.
The Marines (2007)
This documentary examines the unique warrior culture of the United States Marine Corps. The corps' "Warrior Ethos" is ingrained into Marines from their earliest training. The program focuses on this training and considers what it takes to become and to be a Marine. The program also examines the strong bonds between Marines and their devotion to the corps, and explores some of the key moments in Marine Corps history. With significant access to Marine Corps training facilities, including boot camp at Parris Island, South Carolina, and officer candidate school at Quantico, Virginia, Twentynine Palms, California, training facility and the Marine Corps Martial Arts program, the documentary reveals critical aspects of Marine development. Marine Corps history is woven throughout the program, which includes an interview with a surviving member of the Mainer Raiders of World War II. The documentary also profiles the new Marine Corps Museum in Quantico.
Fun In Acapulco (1963)
In Fun In Acapulco, Elvis heads south of the border, where he's fired as a boat hand, hired as a lifeguard and singer, admired by local beauties (including Ursula Andress) and inspired to jump off a 136-foot cliff. Put another way: he overcomes a fear of heights in spectacular fashion. Spectacular, too, are the scenic vistas and Latin-beat tunes. Dive in!