Screen Kill (1997)
The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1935)
Maschio latino cercasi (1977)
Maschio latino cercasi (also known as L'affare si ingrossa) is a 1977 commedia sexy all'italiana film directed by Giovanni Narzisi and starring Dayle Haddon, Gloria Guida, and Stefania Casini.
Sam & Miguel (Your Basura, No Problema) (1992)
The Sixth Directive and Other Tales (2003)
Hope & a Little Sugar (2006)
Hope and a Little Sugar is a 2006 Indian English-language film shot in New York and directed by Tanuja Chandra. It premiered and won an award on 6 October 2006 at the South Asian International Film Festival in New York. In addition, it was the opening film in 2008 for the Opening Night Gala at BAFTA, sponsored by the London Asian Film Festival by Tongues on Fire.
View From the Overlook: Crafting 'The Shining' (2007)
Sorelle Materassi (1944)
The Materassi Sisters (Italian:Sorelle Materassi) is a 1944 Italian comedy film directed by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli and starring Emma Gramatica, Irma Gramatica and Olga Solbelli. The film is an adaptation of the 1934 novel of the same title by Aldo Palazzeschi.
Hell Week (2011)
Pěnička a Paraplíčko (1970)
The Secret Glory (2001)
Gorillaz: Phase Two - Slowboat to Hades (2006)
If You Were Me 2 (2006)
Janet: The Velvet Rope (1998)
Unkraut im Paradies (2010)
Tana a Dva Pistolnici (1968)
The Attack of the Giant Mousaka (1999)
The Attack of the Giant Moussaka (French: L'Attaque de la moussaka géante; Greek: Η Επίθεση του Γιγαντιαίου Μουσακά; 1999), is a Greek science fiction parody film, produced, written and directed by Panos H. Koutras. It has been released theatrically in France, with French subtitles, and Japan, with Japanese subtitles. It has been screened at several festivals, including specialised LGBT film festivals, and has achieved cult status.
Las viudas (1966)
USA, violación y venganza (1983)
Old Jane of the Gaiety (1915)
Yunost Maksima (1935)
The Youth of Maxim (Russian: Юность Максима) is a 1935 Soviet historical drama film directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg, the first part of trilogy about the life of a young factory worker named Maxim.
Doctor Glas (1942)
Doctor Glas is a 1942 Swedish drama film, based on the novel of the same name.
Alto Paraná (1958)
Alto Paraná is a 1958 Argentinean drama film directed and written by Catrano Catrani. The film is based on the novel by Velmiro Ayala Gauna, “Los casos de Don Frutos Gómez”. It was released on September 18, 1958 and rated PG 14.
The film starred George Hilton, Ariel Absalón, María Aurelia Bisutti, Carlos Gómez and Iris Portillo
Alto Paraná Department is a department of Paraguay.
The Silver Surfer (1992)
Maria Montessori: una vita per i bambini (2007)
Degueyo (also known as De Guello, Deguejo and Deguello) is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Giuseppe Vari.
Escape from Cuba (2003)
Riverdance: The New Show (1996)
Jeniec Europy (1989)
Jeniec Europy is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1989.
Withnail and Us (1999)
Crazy Partners (2005)
The Magic Treasure (2006)
Devo: Live (2004)
Panic in Chicago (1931)
Panic in Chicago (German: Panik in Chicago) is a 1931 German crime film directed by Robert Wiene and starring Olga Tschechowa, Hans Rehmann and Ferdinand Hart. It was based on the novel Panic in Chicago by the German writer Robert Heymann. It premiered at the Palast-am-Zoo in Berlin on 23 June 1931.
Dancing w kwaterze Hitlera (1968)
Andre Rieu: Live in Vienna (2008)
Ang Nerseri (2009)
Mensajeros de paz (1957)
Ahmad Shamlou: Master Poet of Liberty (1999)
Human Error (1989)
The Phobos (2010)
The Phobos (Russian: Фобос) is a 2010 Russian horror film directed by Oleg Assadulin.
The Big Family (1973)
The Big Family (Italian: L'onorata famiglia - Uccidere è cosa nostra) is a 1973 Italian mafia film written and directed by Tonino Ricci and starring Raymond Pellegrin, Simonetta Stefanelli and Richard Conte.
Silence the Witness (1974)
Silence the Witness (Italian: Il testimone deve tacere) is a 1974 Italian poliziottesco film written and directed by Giuseppe Rosati.
The Malagasy Way (2014)
White Goddess (1953)
Hell House (2009)
Happy as the Grass Was Green (1973)
Happy as the Grass Was Green, later renamed Hazel’s People, is a 1973 American drama film directed by Charles Davis and starring Geraldine Page, Pat Hingle and Graham Beckel. The film is one of the few Old Order Mennonite related films ever made.
Most of the cast other than the aforementioned consists of genuine Pennsylvanian Mennonites. The film is based on a novel by Merle Good. For many years, the film was presented nightly at the "People's Place" in Intercourse, PA. The Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online states: "The two films Amish Grace and Happy as the Grass was Green have significant insider Mennonite contributions and come closest to presenting a valid image of Amish and Mennonites".
The original title of the film is taken from the poem Fern Hill of Dylan Thomas.
Terror 2000 - Intensivstation Deutschland (1994)
Camp Blood: The Musical (2006)
Camp Blood: The Musical is a 2006 '80s style slasher musical underground film by Tanner Barklow, Jefferson Craig, and Thomas Hughes. The movie follows six teenagers (a virgin, jock, whore, nerd, rebel and goth) who arrive at Camp Blood to work as counselors for the summer but instead find themselves terrorized by a killer in a ski mask.
Man in a Room (2010)
How Far, How Near (1972)
How Far Away, How Near (Polish: Jak daleko stąd, jak blisko) is a 1972 film directed by Tadeusz Konwicki.
Big Man - A Policy for Hell (1988)
Realm of the Alligator (1986)
Broken Silence: A Moment of Truth Movie (1998)
Go-Go Bigbeat (1965)
You Can't Do Everything at Once, But You Can Leave Everything at Once (2013)
The Blue Lizard (2002)
For Djamila (2012)
Lilla Jönssonligan och Cornflakeskuppen (1996)
Lilla Jönssonligan och cornflakeskuppen (English: The Little Jönsson League and the cornflakes coup) is a Swedish film and the first out of four films in the Lilla Jönssonligan film series. It was released on November 29, 1996, in Sweden and was directed by Christjan Wegner.
The film has been shown several times on the Swedish television channels SVT1, TV3 and TV4. It was released in Germany on September 7, 2000, as 'Die Jönnson Bande & der Cornflakes-Raub'.
Brainstorm (Portuguese: Bicho de Sete Cabeças) is a 2000 drama film directed by Laís Bodanzky based on the autobiographical book Canto dos Malditos by Austregésilo Carrano Bueno. The film was made through a partnership between Brazilian and Italian studios and starred Rodrigo Santoro, Othon Bastos and Cassia Kiss. The film tells the story of Neto, a young man who is admitted to a psychiatric hospital after his father discovers he is a user of marijuana. There, Neto is submitted to abuse. In addition to abuse by psychiatric hospitals, the film deals with the issues of drugs and relationships between fathers and sons. Bodanzky read Carrano's book in 1996 and, impressed by the theme, assigned Luiz Bolognesi to adapt it into a film and transpose its setting from the 1970s to the 1990s. In addition to keeping the film in the present, Bodanzky chose to make it a documentary-style film to create greater impact on the viewer. Bolognesi began writing in 1997 with the freedom to make changes to the original story. The film was shot in early 2000 in São Paulo, and was edited and finalized in Italy. Brainstorm had its premiere at the Rio Film Festival in October 2000. It subsequently received several awards and nominations both domestically and internationally; among them, Best Actor at the Cartagena Film Festival, and Best Film at the Brasília Film Festival. Domestic critical response was generally favorable and focused on the acting and its themes. On the other hand, international critics were more mixed in their response.
Viva la risa (1987)
Lost Moon: The Triumph of Apollo 13 (1996)
Legends of the Dark Knight: The History of Batman (2005)
Head Cheerleader Dead Cheerleader (2000)
Deadly China Doll (1973)
Darth Vader's Psychic Hotline (2002)
Darth Vader's Psychic Hotline is a fan film that made its debut on the Internet on April 16, 2002, created by fans of the Star Wars franchise. It is a spoof of Star Wars and Miss Cleo-type psychic hotline infomercials, with Darth Vader taking calls and giving advice to various Star Wars characters. While the film primarily spoofs the Star Wars universe in the format of an infomercial, there are several other notable targets, including subtle references to Star Trek, Babylon 5, Back to the Future, Red Dwarf, Battlestar Galactica, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The film also uses a similar concept as the television show Frasier, where many of the guest callers are voiced by celebrities. This film features the voices of Kevin J. Anderson as Luke Skywalker, Claudia Christian as Princess Leia, Peter David as an Imperial officer, and Mike Jittlov as Han Solo. The film has played at many film festivals, and proven popular with Star Wars fans, winning several awards, including Best Visual Effects and a Special Award for Merit at the 2003 Dahlonega International Film Festival. It was the second runner-up for the Audience Choice Award in the Lucasfilm-sponsored 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards.
Commando Fury (1986)
Michael Jackson Memorial (2009)
Wapakman is a Philippine superhero film directed by Topel Lee and starring eight-division world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao. It was released on December 25, 2009 as an entry to the 2009 Metro Manila Film Festival.
Dear Betrayed Friends (2012)
DTV Monster Hits (1987)
Galileo (also known as Galileo Galilei) is a 1968 Italian-Bulgarian biographical drama film directed by Liliana Cavani. It depicts the life of Galileo Galilei and particularly his clash with the Catholic Church regarding the interpretation of his astronomical observations with the newly invented telescope.
Comida para gatos (2008)
Linkin Park: Live in Texas (2003)
Acústico MTV: Gal Costa (2001)
Dragon Flies, Phoenix Dancing (2012)
Girl's Love (2004)
Loss of Feeling (1935)
Loss of Sensation, alternatively titled Robot of Jim Ripple (Russian: «Гибель сенсации» («Робот Джима Рипль»)) is a 1935 Soviet science fiction sound film directed by Alexandr Andriyevsky.
The film's plot is centered on an engineer Jim Ripple who invents universal robots to help workers, being himself from a workers' family. He theorizes that cheap production will make all goods so cheap that Capitalism will fall. The workers do not share his view and his family considers him a traitor. A key element of his invention is a high-capacity capacitor that powers the robots. The government becomes interested in the invention because the robots can be used as a weapon as well. Ripple is given a top secret factory and funding so that he can produce robots. The robots are not autonomous or intelligent, and controlled either by radio or by sound of different frequency, for which purpose Ripple uses a saxophone. When being drunk he even makes the robots to dance.
At a day of a universal workers' strike, the administration of a factory where the Ripple's brother works, located in the same town where the robot producing plant is located, replaces workers with robots. A workers' delegation visits the factory to see that there are no strike breakers, and finds that actually it is the robots who works. The meeting ends with an accident when Ripple tries to show the abilities of a robot to the workers, so that one of the workers dies. This sparks a conflict between workers and the plant administration assisted with the military. The military decides to use robots against the workers as a weapon. The robots are commanded by an officer sitting in a tank using a radio remote control device. Trying to prevent the hostilities Ripple tries to stop the robots with a saxophone, but unsuccessfully and gets killed.
Finally the workers gain control over the robots with their own remote control device, which they assembled covertly before, making necessary measurements on the robot assembling factory and researching the Ripple's prototype robot "Micron", whom he left damaged at his home.
Although the film uses the abbreviation "R.U.R" for the robots, it is not based on the 1920 stageplay by Karel Čapek.
As of 2013, the film is in public domain.
Gloria, victima de la fama (2000)
Not Worth a Fig (2009)
Not Worth a Fig (Turkish: İncir Çekirdeği) is a 2009 Turkish drama film written and directed by Selda Çiçek based on a true story about a woman unhappily married to her late sister's husband. The film, which went on nationwide release on November 6, 2009 (2009-11-06), was selected for the 16th London Turkish Film Festival.
Wie ein Stern am Himmel (2010)
The Bloody Monks (1988)
Marc Jacobs (2014)
Cosplayers UK: The Movie (2011)
Broken Faith (2013)
Choices 2 (2005)
True Bond (2007)
W.C. Fields: Straight Up (1986)
The Omen Legacy (2001)
Amateur Night (1986)
Akumyo: shima arashi (1974)