Lotta 2 - Lotta flyttar hemifrån (1993)

Lotta flyttar hemifrån is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 18 September 1993, directed by Johanna Hald. It's the 2nd film based on the books about Lotta på Bråkmakargatan written by Astrid Lindgren.

Good Stripes (2015)

A Neapolitan Spell (2002)

A Neapolitan Spell is a 2002 Italian comedy film written and directed by Paolo Genovese and Luca Miniero, at their feature film debut.

Do Unto Others (2016)

Después de los nueve meses (1970)

Fear, Inc. (2014)

Bu Ken Qu Guan Yin aka Avalokiteshvara (2013)

Avalokitesvara, also known as Bu Ken Qu Guan Yin, is a 2013 Chinese religious film directed by Zhang Xin. It is loosely based on a legend about how Mount Putuo in China's Zhejiang Province became the bodhimaṇḍa of the bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara, who is better known in Chinese as Guanyin. The film starred Li Chun, Nie Yuan, Nakaizumi Hideo, Siqin Gaowa, Nakano Ryoko and Mou Fengbin in the leading roles. It was shown at the 37th Montreal World Film Festival in 2013 and was named one of the four World Greats.

Super Juice Me! (2014)

Souvenir (1989)

Souvenir is a 1989 British drama film directed by Geoffrey Reeve and starring Christopher Plummer, Catherine Hicks and Michael Lonsdale. It was based on the novel The Pork Butcher by David Hughes. Forty years after the Second World War, an ex-German soldier returns as an American to a French village in which atrocities were committed by the Nazis, during which his then French lover was murdered. The film, like the book, is an attempt to attribute and assuage patent and discreet levels of guilt.

No, the Case Is Happily Resolved (1973)

No, the Case Is Happily Resolved (Italian: No il caso è felicemente risolto) is a 1973 Italian crime drama film written and directed by Vittorio Salerno and starring Enzo Cerusico, Riccardo Cucciolla and Martine Brochard. The final of the film was re-shot after the distributor company did not accepted a negative ending.

When the Queen Came to Town (2014)

My Wife's Lodger (1952)

My Wife's Lodger is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Dominic Roche, Olive Sloane and Leslie Dwyer. The screenplay concerns a who soldier returns home after the Second World War only to find a spiv lodger has established himself in his place. It was based on the play My Wife's Lodger written by Roche.

You Can't Kiss the Bride (2019)

Troppo napoletano (2016)

Mexico! Un cinema alla riscossa (2017)

El Circo De Capulina (1978)

Crô em Família (2018)

1612: Khroniki smutnogo vremeni (2007)

1612 is a 2007 Russian epic historical period drama film about the 17th century Time of Troubles and the Polish–Muscovite War with the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was directed by Vladimir Khotinenko and produced by Nikita Mikhalkov. The film was released on November 1, 2007, to coincide with the celebrations of National Unity Day on November 4 that marks the expulsion of Polish troops from Moscow.

Ty Barnett: Issues (2014)

Ee Cinema Superhit Guarantee (2015)

Kings in Paradise: The Vieques Case (2017)

Team 5 (2017)

What it Takes: film en douze tableaux (2019)

The Man Who Killed Richard III (2015)

The Lost Reflection: Confessions of a Kept Woman (2017)

Eu Sou Mais Eu (2019)

Cine Holliúdy 2: A Chibata Sideral (2019)

The Three Musketeers (1942)

The Three Musketeers (Spanish:Los tres mosqueteros) was a 1942 Mexican film.

¿En dónde están los ladrones? (2017)

A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards (2012)

A look at the controversial riot cops unit, told through the stories of three veteran cops and a young recruit.

Enjoy Your Trip to Hell (2017)

Matt Braunger: Big Dumb Animal (2015)

Chempiony (2014)

Tie guan yin (1967)

The Perished (2019)

Beneath the Blue Suburban Skies (2019)

Psychomagie, un art pour guérir (2019)

Bakit dilaw ang gitna ng bahag-hari? (1994)

Why Is Yellow the Middle of the Rainbow? is a 1994 Filipino collage film edited, shot, co-written, and directed by Kidlat Tahimik.

The Old Man (2012)

The Old Man is a 2012 Kazakhstani drama film written and directed by Ermek Tursunov. The film was selected as the Kazakhstani entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Stalker's Prey 2 (2020)

The Valley of Death (1968)

The Valley of Death or Winnetou and Shatterhand in the Valley of Death (German: Winnetou und Shatterhand im Tal der Toten) is a 1968 western film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Lex Barker, Pierre Brice and Rik Battaglia. It was the last in a series of films based on Karl May novels. These had previously enjoyed major commercial success, although this film's box office returns were disappointing. It was effectively a remake of an earlier film in the series Treasure of the Silver Lake. It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and on location in Yugoslavia. The film's sets were designed by the art director Vladimir Tadej.

Scent of My Daughter (2019)

Elcano & Magallanes: First Trip Around the World (2019)

The Accordionist's Son (2019)

Brave Father Online: Our Story of Final Fantasy XIV (2019)

Einmal Hallig und zurück (2015)

Hawk(e): The Movie (2012)

Hawk(e): The Movie is an independent comedy film co-directed by Phil Baker and Tom Turner and written by Phil Baker. The film was produced by Genepool Records with Paramore Productions and is set for a summer 2013 release. The film is to be distributed by Genepool in the UK and Continuum Motion Pictures in North America.

Marquis de Sade (1996)

Jolly Old St. Nicholas (1994)

Vulva 3.0 (2014)

Three Poplars at Plyuschikha Street (1968)

Three Poplars in Plyushchikha is a 1968 romantic drama feature film directed by Tatyana Lioznova based on the story by Alexander Borschagovsky "Three Poplars in Shabolovka". The film was a box-office success, it was seen by 26 million people in the USSR.

Saverio Raimondo: Il Satiro Parlante (2019)

MeloDylan (2019)

Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible (2019)

Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible explores the life, philosophy and impact of one of the most influential early 20th century modernists, Marcel Duchamp. The film breaks down Duchamp’s ideas and applies them to both historical events and the modernist explosion that blanketed the early 20th century. Art of the Possible isn’t simply a biopic; rather, the film shows how Duchamp’s ideas changed the public consciousness, and our understanding of aesthetics, art, and culture. The film highlights the singular impact of Duchamp’s philosophy on art, and, more importantly, examines how Duchamp’s revolutionary ideas from the early 20th century have shaped the 21st century and modern day. Ultimately, Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible is a guide to exploring the possibilities in every art endeavor and showcasing how Duchamp’s ideas gave generations of artists the intellectual backing to pursue new ideas.

Felts Field (2019)

The Pit (2009)

Blind and Battered (2019)

Nana to Kaoru: Chapter 2 (2012)

Super Hero War GP: Kamen Rider #3 (2015)

Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3 is the 2015 entry of the "Super Hero Taisen series" film series, featuring the cast of Kamen Rider Drive and the appearance of Kamen Rider 3, which was originally created by Shotaro Ishinomori for the one-shot 1972 manga Rider #3 VS. General Black . Tetsuo Kurata,, Yuichi Nakamura, Kousei Amano, Takayuki Tsubaki, Ryoji Morimoto and Takahiro Hojo, and Kento Handa reprise their roles in the film, which is scheduled to open in theaters on March 21, 2015. A new actor Mitsuhiro Oikawa, confirmed to perform his role as Kamen Rider 3, as well as the cast of Shuriken Sentai Ninninger will also appear.

The School on Magic Mountain (2019)

Let's Make a Dream (1936)

Sonic Christmas Blast (1996)

Cinema, mon amour (2015)

The Real 'X-Files'? (2015)

A Monsterous Holiday (2013)

Angelina Ballerina: Angelina's Princess Dance (2005)

The Merry Old Soul (1933)

The Merry Old Soul is a 1933 animated short film by Walter Lantz Productions, and part of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series. The cartoon was also nominated for an Academy Award.

Sides Of A Horn (2018)

From Executive Producer Sir Richard Branson, Sides of a Horn is the first film to tell the story of Africa’s poaching war from both sides of the fence. Based on actual events, and filmed in a township directly impacted by wildlife crime, this dramatic short film follows the journey of two brothers-in-law fighting on opposite sides of a war that is driving a prehistoric species to the verge of extinction.

Niko Nije Rekao Necu (2008)

Stray Dogz 6 (2017)

Kings for a Day (1997)

Kings for a Day is a 1997 French comedy film directed by François Velle. It was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival.

Axis Sally (2021)

Kit & Co. (1974)

Johnny Ryan's Prison Pit: Book One (2014)

Cracking the Shakespeare Code (2017)

Serengeti: Nature's Greatest Journey (2015)

Little Big Voice (2015)

Exit (2013)

One with Everything: Styx & the Contemporary Youth Orchestra (2009)

La Notte non Fa più Paura (2016)

You & I (2015)

Fashion King (2014)

Fashion King is a 2014 South Korean film that comically depicts the coming of age of a high school student as he matures into adulthood and discovers a passion for fashion design.

420 Friendly Comedy Special (2013)

Mouse and Mole at Christmas Time (2013)

Mouse and Mole is a British television series devised by Joy Whitby's Grasshopper Productions. It was based on the series of children's books written by Joyce Dunbar and illustrated by James Mayhew which were first published in 1993. Originally envisaged as 26 x 5 minute episodes, only 19 were ever finished, although the soundtracks for the remaining seven episodes, created by Ben Baird at Aquarium Studios are still in existence.

Dog in a Sidecar (2007)

In this quirky family dramedy, 10-year-old Kaoru befriends her father’s strange, free-spirited mistress.

What Happened on the Moon? - An Investigation Into Apollo (2000)

Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song (1973)

Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song is a women in prison film made by Toei Company in 1973. The fourth, and last in the first Female Prisoner Scorpion series, Meiko Kaji returned to play the title role, but director Shunya Itō was replaced by Yasuharu Hasebe.

The Return of Rusty (1946)

The Return of Rusty is a 1946 American drama film directed by William Castle and starring Ted Donaldson, John Litel and Mark Dennis. It was the second in the eight part Rusty film series produced by Columbia Pictures.

O Olho Mágico do Amor (1982)

O Olho Mágico do Amor is a 1982 Brazilian film directed by José Antônio Garcia and Ícaro Martins.

Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same. (2012)

Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same is a 2012 American stand-up comedy film directed by Jay Karas and written by and starring Bill Burr, the first stand-up comedy special exclusively for Netflix. In You People Are All the Same, filmed at Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Theater, Bill Burr talks about race, gun politics, the politics of domestic relationships and more.

Julia y el celacanto (1961)

One Taxi Ride (2019)

Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie: Over The Rainbow (2019)

Gad Elmaleh: L'autre c'est moi (2005)

Praseto (2019)

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship (2018)

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rollercoaster of Friendship is a 2018 Canadian–American Flash animated one-hour television special based on Hasbro's My Little Pony: Equestria Girls toyline and media franchise, which is a spin-off of the 2010 relaunch of Hasbro's My Little Pony toyline. Written by Nick Confalone and directed by Ishi Rudell and Katrina Hadley, it is the second one-hour Equestria Girls special, following Forgotten Friendship (2018) and preceding Spring Breakdown (2019).

The Ones Who Stay (2018)

Dino King 3D: Journey to Fire Mountain (2018)

Le mystère de la matière noire (2012)

Nasu: Summer in Andalusia (2003)

Nasu: Summer in Andalusia (茄子 アンダルシアの夏 Nasu: Andarushia no Natsu) is a 2003 Japanese anime film by Madhouse, directed by Kitarō Kōsaka, the famed animation supervisor of the Oscar-winning anime film Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke and long-time collaborator of Studio Ghibli, and adapted from a short 3-tankōbon manga by Iō Kuroda, entitled Nasu, which was serialized in the Afternoon manga magazine. Kōsaka became interested in adapting the work after his long-time collaborator, Hayao Miyazaki, a fan of cycling, himself recommended the manga to Kōsaka. The film soon went on to become the first Japanese anime film ever to be selected for the Cannes Film Festival. Nasu: Summer in Andalusia has been translated and dubbed into English by the anime television network Animax, which has broadcast the film in Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, and other regions. It was also translated into French, under the title Nasu – Un été andalou, and Italian, under the title Melanzane – Estate andalusa. The German version was released as Nasu – Sommer in Andalusien. A sequel, Nasu: A Migratory Bird with Suitcase, set in Japan on the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race, was released in 2007. Directed by Kitarō Kōsaka, it featured Ken'ichi Yoshida, another long-time collaborator of Studio Ghibli, who has worked on several Studio Ghibli films such as Princess Mononoke and Porco Rosso, as animation director. In 2008, Nasu: A Migratory Bird with Suitcase won the best Original Video Animation award at the seventh annual Tokyo Anime Awards, held at the 2008 Tokyo International Anime Fair.