The Idea (2006)
River City Rumble (2004)
Maxwell Saves the Day (1998)
The Lustful Shogun and His 21 Concubines (1972)
The Dirty Mind of Young Sally (1973)
Charles Laughton Directs 'The Night of the Hunter' (2002)
A Fountain for Susan (1999)
Call of the Pistil (1971)
El edificio de los Chilenos (2010)
The Dante Quartet (1987)
The Dante Quartet is an experimental short film by Stan Brakhage, completed in 1987. The film was inspired by Dante's The Divine Comedy, and took six years to produce.
Developing is a 1993 short film directed by Marya Cohn, about the relationship between a girl and her single mother, who has breast cancer. The film stars Natalie Portman in her first film role and Frances Conroy. The short was Cohn's thesis film.
Rinco's Restaurant (2010)
The Pagan Lady (1931)
The Pagan Lady is a 1931 American drama film directed by John Francis Dillon and starring Evelyn Brent. It is based on the Broadway play Pagan Lady (1930) written by William DuBois.
Mallas, MA (2013)
Little Raoul (1975)
La Raulito (English language:Little Ralph) is a 1975 Argentine film directed by Lautaro Murúa and written by Rocío Dúrcal, Manuel Alexandre and Rafaela Aparicio.
The Bookworm (1939)
Never Sock a Baby (1939)
10/65: Self-Mutilation (1965)
Lazy Little Beaver (1947)
Growing Girls (1949)
The Wrecker (1929)
The Wrecker (German: Der Würger) is a 1929 British-German silent crime film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Carlyle Blackwell, Joseph Striker and Benita Hume. The film was based on the play of the same title by Arnold Ridley. It was produced by Michael Balcon for Gainsborough Pictures in a co-production with the German firm Felsom Film.
La casa en llamas (2007)
Komtessen is a 1961 Danish family film directed by Erik Overbye and starring Malene Schwartz.
Kaun Kise Da Beli (2007)
Guns of Victory (1973)
Blood Red Planet (2000)
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet the Monsters! (2000)
Anything for John (1993)
Heavy Metal Massacre (1989)
Zwischen Kino und Konzert - Der Komponist Nino Rota (1993)
The Sadistic Hypnotist (1969)
Velvet Road (2011)
Chick Carter, Detective (1946)
Chick Carter, Detective is a 1946 Columbia film serial. Columbia could not afford the rights to produce a Nick Carter serial so they made Chick Carter, Detective about his son instead. This was based on the radio series Chick Carter, Boy Detective. A Nick Carter series was being made by MGM.
In a "rather strange precedent" for a serial, the title character is rarely involved in the cliffhangers. For example, the first cliffhanger revolves around the reporter Rusty rather than Carter. The film starred Lyle Talbot as Chick Carter, Douglas Fowley as Rusty Farrell, Julie Gibson as Sherry Marvin, Pamela Blake as Ellen Dale, Eddie Acuff as Spud Warner, and Robert Elliott as Dan Rankin.
Fish, Underground (2001)
Unen canto con humor (1994)
We'll Kick Up a Fuss Tomorrow, Darling... (1976)
Zítra to roztočíme, drahoušku…! is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1976.
Sins of Rachel (1972)
July 13th (1996)
A Long Story (2012)
Uzun Hikâye (English: A Long Story) is a 2012 Turkish drama film, co-produced by Suat Kapkı and Taner Özbel written by Yiğit Güralp and directed by Osman Sınav based on a novella by Mustafa Kutlu. The movie premiered on October 12, 2012.
A Nightmare on Castro Street (2002)
Paulo Roberto Cotechiño centravanti di sfondamento (1983)
Paulo Roberto Cotechiño centravanti di sfondamento (Lady Football) is a 1983 Italian comedy film written and directed by Nando Cicero and starring Alvaro Vitali.
Sapatos Pretos (1998)
Oedipus orca (1977)
Oedipus Orca is a 1977 Italian sexploitation-thriller directed by Eriprando Visconti. It is a sequel to La Orca, filmed the same/next year.
Viva la Diva: Darcey Bussell and Katherine Jenkins (2008)
Neecha Nagar (1946)
Neecha Nagar (Hindi: नीचा नगर Nīcā nagar, English: Lowly City) is a 1946 Hindi film directed by Chetan Anand. Written by Hayatullah Ansari and Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, it was a pioneering effort in social realism in Indian cinema and paved the way for many such parallel cinema films by other directors, many of them written by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. It starred Chetan Anand's wife Uma Anand, Rafiq Ahmed, Kamini Kaushal, Rafi Peer and Zohra Sehgal.
Neecha Nagar became the first Indian film to gain recognition at the Cannes Film Festival, after it shared the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film (Best Film) award at the first Cannes Film Festival in 1946 with eleven of the eighteen entered feature films.
Brzydkie kaczatko (1973)
Zitti e mosca (1991)
The Party's Over (Italian: Zitti e mosca) is a 1991 Italian comedy film written and directed by Alessandro Benvenuti and starring the same Benvenuti, Athina Cenci, Alida Valli and Massimo Ghini.
Slices: Pioneers of Electronic Music - Richie Hawtin (2006)
Ain't She Sweet? (1933)
Shinobi no mono: Zoku Kirigakure Saizô (1964)
GWAR: Dawn of the Day of the Night of the Penguins (1997)
Rise: Rave Outlaw Disco Donnie (2004)
Velingara Théâtre (2012)
A Cold Day in Hell (2007)
Death Happen (2009)
Noah's Outing (1932)
SuicideGirls: Italian Villa (2006)
War Italian Style (1965)
Due marines e un generale (translated: Two Marines and a General, internationally released as War Italian Style) is a 1966 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Scattini. The film puts together the famous Italian comedian duo of Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia and the silent cinema icon Buster Keaton.
The Keaton role is a mute role, except for the words "Thank you" that he pronounces in the final scene of the film.
Saint-Germain ou La négociation (2003)
Petrol krallari (1978)
Mystery of the Wolf (2006)
Mystery of the Wolf (Finnish: Suden arvoitus) is a 2006 Finnish drama directed by Raimo O Niemi.
The Pleasure of Love in Iran (1976)
Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1977 (1977)
God is on air (2002)
Elevation 2001: U2 Live from Boston (2001)
Home for Good (2006)
A Hero to the End (2014)
The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill (1966)
Zwerge sprengen (2010)
Mein bester Freund (2007)
George Burns - His Wit and Wisdom (1989)
The Plague at the Karatas Village (2016)
The Plague at the Karatas Village (Kazakh: Chuma v aule Karatas) is a 2016 Kazakh film directed by Adilkhan Yerzhanov. The plot revolves around a new mayor arriving to small Kazakh village who finds out there is a mysterious plague infecting the villagers, while locals insist it's only a flu. The film is part of the Kazakh Partisan Cinema, a guerrilla filmmaking movement that aims to work without any governmental interference.
CloudStreet: Soaring the American West (2015)
Bei Dir war es immer so schön (1954)
It Was Always So Nice With You (German: Bei Dir war es immer so schön) is a 1954 West German musical comedy film directed by Hans Wolff and starring Heinz Drache, Georg Thomalla and Ingrid Stenn. The Swedish actress Zarah Leander who had been the leading German film star during the Nazi era, plays a self-referential role as a maturing film star. The film was intended as a tribute to the composer Theo Mackeben with many of his hit songs sung by Leander and Kirsten Heiberg, another star of the 1940s.
Dark Spaces (2009)
41 on 41 (2014)
The Great Flight (2015)
Shadow Island (2015)
Child of the Danube (German:Kind der Donau) is a 1950 Austrian musical film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Marika Rökk, Fred Liewehr and Harry Fuß. It was one of a cycle of popular musicals made by Jacoby and Rökk.
The film was shot using Agfacolor at the Soviet-controlled Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna.
The Brown Wallet (1936)
The Brown Wallet is a 1936 British crime film, directed by Michael Powell and starring Patric Knowles. The Brown Wallet, adapted from a short story by Stacy Aumonier, was one of over 20 quota quickies directed by Powell between 1931 and 1936. It is among eleven of these films of which no extant print is known to survive, and its current status is "missing, believed lost".
Fla x Flu: 40 minutos Antes do Nada (2013)
Sadie Turns Seven (2006)
Liverpool Street Scenes (1901)
Tange Sazen: Hyakuman ryo no tsubo (2004)
Das Geheimnis der chinesischen Nelke (1964)
Secret of the Chinese Carnation (German: Das Geheimnis der chinesischen Nelke, Italian: Il segreto del garofano cinese) is a 1964 German-Italian drama film directed by Rudolf Zehetgruber and starring Paul Dahlke.
Third from the Right (1950)
Third from the Right (German: Die Dritte von rechts) is a 1950 West German musical crime film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Vera Molnar, Robert Lindner and Peter van Eyck. It was made by the Hamburg-based studio Real Film.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Herbert Kirchhoff.
Fighting Back (1986)
0-18 or A Message from the Sky (1914)
Young Donovan's Kid (1931)
Young Donovan's Kid is a 1931 American Pre-Code melodrama film directed by Fred Niblo, from a screenplay by J. Walter Ruben, based upon the short story, Big Brother, by Rex Beach. It was a remake of a 1923 silent film of the same, produced by Famous Players-Lasky, and directed by Allan Dwan. This version starred Richard Dix, Jackie Cooper (who was on loan to RKO from Hal Roach Studios), and Marion Shilling. The film also featured Boris Karloff in a supporting role.