The Guns (1964)
The Guns (Portuguese: Os Fuzis) is a 1964 Brazilian-Argentine drama film directed by Ruy Guerra.
Hanada Shonenshi the Movie: Spirits and the Secret Tunnel (2006)
Wo maba maha sanuk (2008)
Satyameva Jeyate (2009)
Jason's Destroyer: The Making of Friday the 13th Part VII - The New Blood (2009)
Once a Sinner (1950)
A lowly bank clerk marries a good time girl but she two-times him for her old crooked boyfriend.
The Siege of the Alcazar (1940)
The Siege of the Alcazar or L'Assedio dell'Alcazar is a 1940 Italian war film directed by Augusto Genina about the famous episode Siege of the Alcázar during the Spanish Civil War set in Toledo, Spain. The film won the Mussolini Cup in Venice Film Festival for being the Best Italian Film. The film runs more in the Spanish dubbed version, it was restored by Filmoteca Española and released in DVD in Spain by Divisa Home Video. The film was shot in Cinecittà with Italian, French and Spanish actors. In the Italian version all three non-Italian actors (Mireille Balin, Rafael Calvo and Carlos Muñoz) spoke their lines in Italian. They were dubbed by Italian actors afterwards.
Bikini Ramen (2013)
Love Express. The Disappearance of Walerian Borowczyk (2020)
How does a filmmaker go from creating cutting-edge work and competing in Cannes to being labelled a failed erotic filmmaker? The debut documentary feature from Polish critic and academic Kuba Mikurda investigates the work of Walerian Borowczyk, a director of unparalleled creativity & sensitivity, revered in the 1970s for creations including Goto, Island of Love, The Beast, & Immoral Tales. The film interviews his closest collaborators, filmmakers, and leading intellectuals who put his work into perspective, including Bertrand Bonello, Neil Jordan, Patrice Leconte, Slavoj Žižek, Terry Gilliam and the late Andrzej Wajda.
The Football Toucher Downer (1937)
If We Had No Moon (1999)
Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive (1946)
Frank Duck Brings 'Em Back Alive is a 1946 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. In this installment of the Donald & Goofy series, Donald Duck appears as "Frank Duck", a jungle explorer determined to capture a live "wild man", played by Goofy. The film was directed by Jack Hannah and features the voices of Clarence Nash as Donald and Pinto Colvig as Goofy.
The character Frank Duck and the title of the film are spoofs of Frank Buck and his 1930 book Bring 'Em Back Alive which was adapted into a 1932 documentary film.
Ozzy Osbourne: Live & Loud (1993)
Bon Jovi: One Last Wild Night (2001)
U2: PopMart Live from Mexico City (1997)
Shania Twain: The Platinum Collection (2001)
The Wiggles: Yummy Yummy (1994)
El deseo de vivir (1973)
The Desire to Live (Spanish: El Deseo de vivir) is a 1973 Argentine romantic musical film directed by Julio Saraceni and starring Sandro and Elena Sedova.
Le maillon et la chaîne (1963)
The Link and the Chain (French: Le Maillon et la chaîne) is a 1963 French documentary film about life in the Loyalty Islands, directed by Jacques Ertaud. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Alvorada - Brazil's Changing Face (1962)
Alvorada - Brazil's Changing Face (often referred to as only "Alvorada") is a 1962 West German documentary film directed by Hugo Niebeling. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.
The Hopes & Dreams of Gazza Snell (2010)
Coronation Street: A Knight's Tale (2010)
Kill Peter, Pay Paul (2009)
Loranga, Masarin & Dartanjang (2005)
Holy Water-Gate: Abuse Cover-up in the Catholic Church (2004)
Hollow China (2006)
Ci man wang (1971)
Condominio (Apartment Block) is a 1991 Italian comedy drama film directed by Felice Farina.
For his performance Ciccio Ingrassia won the David di Donatello for best supporting actor.
His Captive Woman (1929)
His Captive Woman is a 1929 part-talking drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Milton Sills and Dorothy Mackaill. It was produced and distributed by First National Pictures which was already a subsidiary of the Warner Brothers studios. The Vitaphone sound system was also a subsidiary of Warners. Both Mackaill and Sills as well as director Fitzmaurice had worked together on the previous year's The Barker.
Fair Play (1972)
The Only Way Home (1972)
Norma Arrostito, la Gaby (2008)
Odds 777 (1932)
Odds 777 is a 1932 Danish family film directed by George Schnéevoigt. The film stars Liva Weel and Inger Stender.
Joan Baez (2009)
Bite School (2015)
Roger Ballen's Asylum of the Birds (2014)
The Boy Friend (1928)
Why Me? (1978)
The Noise (2013)
Evan and Gareth Save the World (2010)
Rosette vend des roses (1985)
Namaste Nepal (2009)
O Poeta do Castelo (1959)
Changing Gears: A Love Story (2011)
El horrible ser nunca visto (1966)
Life Is Easy (2005)
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley: The Case of the Fun House Mystery (1995)
The Class Reunion (1972)
Raiders of the Golden Triangle (1985)
Red Wagon (1933)
Red Wagon is a 1933 British drama film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Charles Bickford, Anthony Bushell and Greta Nissen. The screenplay involves a circus owner who falls in love with a lion tamer.
It was made at Elstree Studios by British International Pictures and adapted from the 1930 novel Red Wagon by Lady Eleanor Smith. The film's sets were designed by the art director John Mead.
Mad God: Part 1 (2014)
Zandra Rhodes (1981)
Space Cat Hob (2014)
Serbian Epics (1992)
Love, Bitter (2009)
Love, Bitter (Turkish: Acı Aşk) is a 2009 Turkish drama film co-produced and directed by A. Taner Elhan, about a literature professor caught in a dangerous love quadrangle. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on December 18, 2009 (2009-12-18), was screened in competition at the 29th International Istanbul Film Festival.
Playboy: Farmer's Daughters (1986)
The Tough One (1966)
The Tough One (Spanish: El aventurero de Guaynas) is a 1966 Spanish/Italian spaghetti Western directed by Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent and starring John Richardson.
Umwege zum Glück (1939)
Sag' die Wahrheit (1946)
Tell the Truth (German: Sag' die Wahrheit) is a 1946 German comedy film directed by Helmut Weiss and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Mady Rahl, and Ingeborg von Kusserow. The film had a troubled production, and was originally filming in the final days of the Nazi era with Heinz Rühmann and his wife Hertha Feiler in the lead roles. Production was halted when Soviet forces took control of the Tempelhof Studios during the Battle of Berlin. The film was then remade in the British sector of Berlin with different leads but using substantial amounts of footage already shot during the previous production.
The film's sets were designed by Ernst H. Albrecht.
Harbour Melody (German: Hafenmelodie) is a 1950 West German crime film directed by Hans Müller and starring Kirsten Heiberg, Paul Henckels and Catja Görna. It is part of a group of postwar German film noirs. A gang of criminals plan a raid on a warehouse.
It was shot at the Wandsbek Studios in Hamburg. The film's sets were designed by the art director Herbert Kirchhoff.
Hairy Pouter and the Machine of the Fatal Flaws (2011)
A Perfect Child of Satan (2012)
Street Art: The Ephemeral Rebellion (2010)
Dom bez okien (1962)
Impossible Goodbye (Polish: Dom bez okien) is a 1962 Polish drama film directed by Stanisław Jędryka. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.
The Girl Who Picks Flowers and the Girl Who Kills Insects (2000)
Past Perfumance (1955)
The Inauguration Of Snow White (2011)
Appointment for Murder (1951)
Appointment for Murder (Italian: Amo un assassino) is a 1951 Italian crime film drama directed by Baccio Bandini.
Moon Cakes (2012)
Zero Hour (1992)
Sex no shinpi (1968)
Rock-A-Die Baby (1989)
Rumah Sewa RM50 (2014)
Le Bey de Tunis et les personnages de sa suite descendant l'escalier du Bardo (1904)
The River Twice (2013)
Weder-weder lang 'yan (1999)
The Fury of the Karate Experts (1982)
Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers (2014)
Ninja Bombs (2005)
Our Daily Bread (2009)
Killing Time (1984)
Thema's van de inspiratie (1938)
Age 13 (1955)
Age 13 is an educational film by Sid Davis released in 1955. It is property of the public domain. The film centers on Andrew, a thirteen-year-old boy stricken with grief over the recent death of his mother. On the day of her death her radio stops working, and Andrew believes that if he can repair it his mother will return. He is left with a cold, emotionally distant stepfather. He is also teased relentlessly in school, which leads him to bring a gun with him. During an altercation with another student in a physical education class, he fires the gun, injuring no one. Following the incident he receives counseling, is administered a Rorschach inkblot test and is encouraged to open up emotionally. However, his stepfather becomes increasingly brutal. Andrew commits a virtual murder by destroying a photograph of his stepfather, whom he blames for his mother's death; afraid his feelings will lead him to actual homicide, he runs away. By film's end he has recovered, and is adopted by his aunt and her husband.
Musician Kevin Moore selected this film as inspiration for the Chroma Key album Graveyard Mountain Home. The film is included on DVD in a special edition of the album, playing at half speed and featuring the album's music soundtrack as opposed to the original.
Chuck D's Hip-Hop Hall Of Fame (2003)
Hughie Green, Most Sincerely (2008)
Dead Man Walking (1988)
A Dog's Love (1914)
A Dog's Love is a 1914 American short silent fantasy film with subtitles, directed by Jack Harvey on his directorial debut. It stars Shep the Dog, Helen Badgley, and Arthur Bauer. The film is about a dog who loses his best friend, when a young girl is killed in an automobile accident, and focuses on his emotions in dealing with his loss. Well-received because of its "universally appealing" theme, the dog's emotions were reported as surpassing the child's histrionics.
The film was shot on one reel by the Thanhouser Company, 1,007 feet (307 m) in total. It was shot in standard 35mm and a spherical 1.37:1 format. It was distributed by the Mutual Film Corporation upon release. Kitty Kelly of The Chicago Tribune called it a "miniature masterpiece." Copies of the film are in the Museum of Modern Art of New York City and the National Film, Television and Sound Archive of Ottawa film archive.
Bodas de fuego (1951)
Rose scarlatte (1940)
Red Roses (Italian: Rose scarlatte) is a 1940 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica and Giuseppe Amato. It was De Sica's first film as a director. De Sica had previously appeared in a 1936 production of the stage play by Aldo De Benedetti on which it was based.
The Sleeping Princess (1939)