Anna-Liisa is a 1922 Finnish silent film directed by Teuvo Puro and Jussi Snellman based on the eponymous play by Finnish writer Minna Canth.
Le chrysanthème rouge (1912)
Dla ciebie, Polsko (1920)
Opus II (1921)
The Praying Mantis (2001)
The Creation of Woman (1961)
Much like the Christian story of Adam and Eve, in The Creation of Woman, narrator Saeed Jaffrey describes first the Hindu god Brahma's creation of the world. The filmmakers managed to secure the famed Indian dancer Chowdhury for the production. During The Creation of Woman the sensuous, magnetic Indian dance star performs the "Dance of Shiva."
Revolution in Russia (1906)
Der Schrei der Liebe (1997)
Tutto parla di te (2012)
The Old Plantation (1935)
Good Little Monkeys (1935)
La Polka des Menottes (1957)
Hasan Arbakesh (1965)
Front in the Rear of the Enemy (1981)
Copenhagen Dreams (2010)
La fusée (1933)
Our Last Spring (1960)
Our Last Spring is a 1960 Greek drama film directed by Michael Cacoyannis and based on the 1938 novel "Eroica" by Greek writer Kosmas Politis. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival.
That still Karloson! (2012)
To the Last Day (1960)
To the Last Day is a 1960 South Korean drama film directed by Shin Sang-ok. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize.
The Country Mouse (1935)
Teacher and Three Children (2008)
Watch Your Step (1922)
Watch Your Step is a 1922 American silent comedy film directed by William Beaudine. It stars Cullen Landis, Patsy Ruth Miller, Bert Woodruff, and George C. Pearce. Life considered to film to be a "fabulously expensive production".
Maya and the Starboy (1988)
Molester's Train: Get On from the Back! (1989)
Burning Life (1994)
The Extraordinary Waiter (1902)
The Extraordinary Waiter is a 1902 British short silent comedy film, directed by Walter R. Booth, featuring a brutish colonialist failing to destroy a blackfaced waiter. The film, "makes for somewhat uncomfortable viewing," but according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "it's just about possible to read this as a metaphor for the rather more widespread frustrations arising from British colonial rule, though it seems unlikely that this was intentional on Booth's part."
Das Geheimnis der roten Katze (1931)
Rebus Film Nr. 1 (1925)
After We're Gone (2005)
Il maestro di violino (1976)
Das Spukschloß im Salzkammergut (1966)
The Old Thieves: Artegio's Legend (2008)
Women Don't Lie (1998)
Alma provinciana (1925)
Prometheus... banker (1921)
O umbra de nor (2013)
The Story of My Son (1990)
It Was Not in Vain (1957)
It Was Not in Vain is a 1957 Yugoslavian drama film directed by Nikola Tanhofer. It was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival.
Front Beyond the Front Line (1977)
South Side Story (2000)
The Temptress and the Monk (1957)
The Temptress and the Monk is a 1958 Japanese fantasy film directed by Eisuke Takizawa. It was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival. The screenplay was based on a novel, Koya hijiri by Kyoka Izumi. The film was in CinemaScope and Eastman Color. It was not dubbed in English, but was distributed internationally in May 1963 in subtitled format.
A Party in Hell (1956)
A Party in Hell is a 1956 Iranian film directed by Samuel Khachikian and Mushegh Sarvarian. It was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival.
Hoya! Lero! (1952)
The Animal Extractors (2006)
A team helps people rid themselves of animals that have invaded their spaces.
Thrill Zone (2005)
This television series shows thrill seekers going to the extreme to get their rush. Some of the thrill seekers that have been features on this show are tornado chasers, and a person that sat on a roof in the middle of a hurricane.
MTV's Top Pop Group (2008)
Singing groups compete.
Wild Animal Baby Explorers (2010)
Animals investigate the natural world.
Wildest Latin America (2012)
A celebration of Latin America's most spectacular locations and incredible wildlife.
Hidden Identity (2015)
Undercover homicide detectives with their own methods of deep-cover filtration. Among its members are Cha Gun-woo, a former SEAL and SWAT member,the leader Jang Moo-won,Yoo Min-joo, who's skilled in disguise, psychoanalysis and martial arts; and sly Choi Tae-pyung, who gets information from shady back-alley connections.
Six Centuries of Verse (1984)
This series is a documentary type series that takes a look at some of the best English poets. The viewer will get to see their life and where they got their inspiration from. This show explores the works of Shakespeare and other famous writers.
The Opener (2013)
The Opener captures the memories of the opening of the season. It's those special few days each year where anything can happen. Bonds are made and tradition is passed on. This is the epic journey of two men sharing their opening days.
Bullrun: New York to Las Vegas (2010)
The teams hit the road for this year's 3,000-mile event.
Love Handles (2015)
Each episode of the reality TV show Love Handles features a couple that is overweight and having trouble within their relationship. Together, the couple is put on a 60-day program that helps them battle the bulge as well as any demons that are plaguing their relationship.
TNA Epics (2010)
From the archives of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, Mick Foley presents the best matches ever staged in the TNA promotion.
Trijicon's World of Sports Afield (2013)
We take the viewer inside the pages of Sports Afield Magazine.
The Hollywood Collection (2005)
This series takes a look at the classic moments in the movie business. Viewer will get to see the actors and actresses that had an impact on Hollywood as well as the movies that went down in film history. Viewer will also get to see interviews with actors, directors, and others in the film business.
Sex Wars (2000)
Philippa Forrester sets out to discover whether there really is a superior sex.
Trenches focuses on the building of trenches in the Great War. There were four main types of trenches, and the Allies and Central Powers dug an astounding 62,500 miles' worth of trenches from the start of the war to the end of it. Trenches focuses on teaching about these trenches, how they were made, what they were used for and how they affected the Great War and the 20th century as a whole.
The Adam and Joe Show (1996)
Comedy sketches, music and celebrity interviews.
Two Wheel Thunder: An American Icon (2010)
This series takes a look at the new and fast vehicles with two wheels. This show takes a look at some of the most motorcycles and most interesting bikes. This show will also take a look at street bikes and their advances.
Food Buddha (2010)
The focus of this realty series is food. Chicago area chef Rodelio Aglibot, nicknamed the Food Buddha, visits three different restaurants in the same city in each episode. He begins by ordering one of each item on the menu prior to launching into a discussion about what he is sampling and talking about the restaurant chef's background. A highlight of each show is his return to his own restaurant in Chicago, called Sunda, to create a new culinary offering.
Supreme Court of Comedy (2008)
This comedy series turns the traditional legal series where people duke it out in the courtroom on its head. It features everyday individuals who have agreed to have their small-claims cases heard by the Supreme Court of Comedy, where comedians are chosen to represent both plaintiff and defendant in order to ensure that the proceedings never get too weighed down with seriousness.
Fulton J. Sheen: His Irish Wit and Wisdom (2003)
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen shares three messages about his upbringing and Irish stories in 30 minute segments that were originally aired on television in the 1960s. The messages are: Why People Laugh, The Divine Sense of Humor and Psychology of the Irish.
The Click List: Best in Short Film (2006)
Viewers vote on short films.
The Kentucky Kid (2008)
Pro motorcycle racer Nicky Haden defends his championship at mind-bending, heart-pounding speeds.
Beach Heat Miami (2010)
Beach Heat: Miami is a television show that takes place in sunny and hot Miami Beach Florida. The scenery is very tropical and most of the show takes place near the water because it is about lifeguards. It is a highly popular TV show, which focuses on the rich and famous of this hot city. It has a talented cast which includes: Megan Hauserman, Kristen Hinton, Tristan Paget, Tommy Groth, Chastity Lynn, Romeo Price, Kiarra Mia, Kevin Spencer, Pepper Kester, Savannah Stern and Nick Manning. This show was written by Emily Rigby, who did both the screenplay and the story. The Beach Heat: Miami was directed by Bill Fisher.
Lupin III 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.
Yellow Crow (1957)
Yellow Crow is a 1957 Japanese film directed by Heinosuke Gosho.
Bartholomew Versus the Wheel (1964)
Bartholomew Versus the Wheel is a 1963-produced, 1964-released Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Robert McKimson. It was released theatrically on February 29, 1964 and produced by David H. DePatie. The cartoon has a running length of 5.51 minutes. This was the second of three cartoons to use the "modern" abstract Warner Bros. opening and closing sequences created by Chuck Jones; this sequence was previously used on Now Hear This and would be used once more in Señorella and the Glass Huarache.
Dhenikaina Ready (2012)
Denikaina Ready (English: Ready for anything, Tamil :Naangallam Appve Appadi) is a 2012 Telugu action comedy film directed by G.Nageswara Reddy and produced by Mohan Babu. The film features Vishnu Manchu and Hansika Motwani in the lead roles. The movie was dubbed in Malayalam as Endhinum Ready and was released simultaneously with Telugu.
This film is a remake of the Malayalam film Udayapuram Sulthan. It turned out to be a hit at the box office. The film was dubbed into Tamil as Naangaellam Appave Appadi and into Hindi as Sabse Badi Hera Pheri 2 in 2015.
Red Colored Elegy (2007)
Red Colored Elegy is a one volume Japanese manga written and illustrated by Seiichi Hayashi. The manga was serialized in manga magazine, Garo from 1970-1971. It is licensed in North America by Drawn and Quarterly, which released the manga on July 8, 2008. It was adapted into an original video animation by Toei Animation on June 21, 2007.
Walnut Bread (1977)
Walnut Bread is a 1978 Soviet drama film directed by Arūnas Žebriūnas.
Meeting a Milestone (1989)
Sang-e-Meel Se Mulaqat is a documentary on life of Ustad Bismillah Khan by Goutam Ghose, released in the year 1989.
Hip Hip Hurray (1983)
Hip Hip Hurray is a 1984 Hindi sports drama film directed by Prakash Jha with screenplay by Gulzar. It had Raj Kiran and Deepti Naval as leads and debutant Nikhil Bhagat. The film was the directorial debut of Prakash Jha.
Renzo Gracie: Legacy (2008)
Renzo Gracie: Legacy is a 2008 documentary film about Brazilian jiu jitsu pioneer Renzo Gracie, directed by Gethin Aldous and written by Aldous, Steve Allen and Adrian Miller. Shot over a ten-year period, it shows the origins of the sport of Mixed martial arts from its bare knuckle days to the explosion of the sport in both Japan and America.
Tattoo Ari (1982)
Tattoo Ari (TATOO＜刺青＞あり) is a 1982 Japanese film directed by Banmei Takahashi. The film was based on the life of Akiyoshi Umekawa.
Somewhere in the Netherlands (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.
College is a 1984 Italian film directed by Franco Castellano and Giuseppe Moccia. It stars Christian Vadim and Federica Moro.
When I Turned Nine (2004)
When I Turned Nine is a 2004 South Korean drama film.
Hapax Legomena I: (nostalgia) (1971)
(nostalgia) is a 38-minute 1971 film by artist Hollis Frampton (1936–1984). The film is composed of black-and-white still photographs taken by Frampton during his early artistic explorations which are slowly burned on the element of a hot plate, while the soundtrack offers personal comments on the content of the images, read by fellow artist Michael Snow. Each comment/story is heard in succession before the related photograph appears onscreen, thus causing the viewer to actively engage with the 'past' and 'present' moments as presented within the film.
Kuningas Litmanen (2012)
The King – Jari Litmanen is a 2012 Finnish documentary film about the football player Jari Litmanen. He is considered to be Finland's greatest footballer of all time.
Euridice BA 2037 (1975)
Evrydiki BA 2O37 is a 1975 Greek-West German co-production black and white dramatic experimental independent surrealist underground art film directed by Nikos Nikolaidis, his debut feature film.
The First Lad (1959)
The First Lad is a 1958 Soviet drama film directed by Sergei Parajanov.
Kabuto-O Beetle (2005)
Kabuto-O Beetle translated as Beetle, the Horn King is a 2005 Japanese film directed by Minoru Kawasaki. The film, from an original story by Go Nagai and a screenplay by Takao Nakano, is based on the character of the same name created by Nagai for Osaka Pro-Wrestling.
Made in Sheffield (2001)
Made in Sheffield is a documentary film on the history of the music scene in the city of Sheffield, England from 1975 until 1983. The film was directed and produced by Eve Wood in 2001. It features bands such as The Human League, Cabaret Voltaire, Clock DVA, Pulp, ABC, and Heaven 17.
The Fortress (1979)
The Fortress is a 1979 Hungarian science fiction film directed by Miklós Szinetár. It was entered into the 11th Moscow International Film Festival.
Destination Anywhere (1997)
Destination Anywhere is an American film inspired by and featuring music and concepts from Jon Bon Jovi's second solo record Destination Anywhere. The film and album was released in June, 1997. The film stars Jon Bon Jovi and Demi Moore as a young couple struggling with alcoholism and the death of their young child. Directed by Mark Pellington, the film debuted on both MTV and VH1 in 1997 and also stars Kevin Bacon, Whoopi Goldberg and Annabella Sciorra. The film was released on DVD on April 11, 2005 and includes five promotional music videos and the track "It's Just Me" also features in full during the film.
Take the 5:10 to Dreamland (1976)
Take the 5:10 to Dreamland (1976) is a short experimental film by Bruce Conner, using the technique of found footage. It is composed out of found images from the 1940s-1950s from different sources such as educational hm and soundtrack. It is closely related to Valse Triste, another found footage short by Bruce Conner.
Le Papillon Fantastique (1909)
The Spider and the Butterfly is a 1909 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès.
Roman Candles (1966)
Roman Candles is a 1966 short film directed by John Waters and starring Divine, Mary Vivian Pearce, David Lochary, Mink Stole, and Maelcum Soul.
The Cordon (2002)
The Cordon is a 2002 Yugoslavian film directed by Goran Marković. It won Grand Prix des Amériques, the main prize at the Montreal World Film Festival. Marković's film focuses on one police “cordon” (patrol) against the 1996–97 protests in Serbia that attempted to overthrow Slobodan Milošević.
Another (アナザー) is a 2012 Japanese school mystery horror film directed by Takeshi Furusawa, starring Kento Yamazaki, Ai Hashimoto, Yoshihiko Hakamada and Ai Kato and based on the novel of the same name by Yukito Ayatsuji. It was released in Japan by Toho on 4 August 2012.
Bad, stylized as bAd, is a 2007 drama film directed and written by Vincenzo Giammanco about a young boy who is dyslexic.
Jackals and Arabs (2011)
"Jackals and Arabs" is a short story by Franz Kafka, written and published in 1917. The story was first published by Martin Buber in the German monthly Der Jude. It appeared again in the collection Ein Landarzt in 1919.