The Magic Box (2003)
The Magic Box is a 2002 Tunisian drama film directed by Ridha Behi. It was selected as the Tunisian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 75th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
The Brahmin and the Butterfly (1901)
La Chrysalide et le Papillon d'or, released in the United States as The Brahmin and the Butterfly, is a 1901 French short silent fantasy film, directed by Georges Méliès. It is listed as numbers 332-333 in Star Film Company's catalogues.
Khush is a 1991 British short film directed by Pratibha Parmar. It portrays lesbians and gay men from India and other parts of Asia, discussing their coming out and their acceptance and embracing of their sexuality. Khush also discusses homosexuality in the Indian diaspora.
Kartar Singh (1959)
Kartar Singh is a Pakistani Punjabi film about the Partition of India in 1947 and the wide-spread violence related to it.
Dharti Ke Lal (1946)
Dharti Ke Lal is a 1946 Hindi-Urdu film, the first directorial venture of the noted film director Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. It was jointly written by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas and Bijon Bhattacharya, based on plays by Bhattacharya and the story Annadata by Krishan Chander. The film had music by Ravi Shankar, with lyrics by Ali Sardar Jafri and Prem Dhawan.
Untama giru (1989)
Untamagiru is a 1989 Japanese film directed by Gō Takamine. It is a magical realist story of the legendary Okinawan hero Untamagiru participating in efforts to form an independent Okinawa before the island was returned to Japan in 1972. Many of the characters speak in the Okinawan language and thus mainland Japanese spectators needed subtitles to understand it.
Chafika et Metwal (1978)
Chafika et Metwal ("Chafika et Metwal"," Shafika and Metwali "," Shafika wa Metwalli " is a 1979 Egyptian drama/romance film starring Souad Hosni and Ahmed Zaki. It was directed and written by Ali Badrakhn from a story by Salah Jahin.
Monsieur Hawarden (1969)
Monsieur Hawarden is a 1968 Belgian-Dutch drama film directed by Harry Kümel. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 42nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Molina's Culpa (1993)
Culpa, sometimes referred to as Molina's Culpa, is a 1993 film directed by Cuban film director Jorge Molina. It is a black-and-white film that pioneered a postmodern use of Noir, blood, gore and pornography genres in Cuba. It tells the story of a priest and a prostitute who start a relationship while a serial killer is on the loose. flirts It was Jorge Molina's thesis while studying at the EICTV.
My Mother's Tea House (1988)
My Mother's Teahouse is a 1988 Taiwanese drama film directed by Chen Kunhou. The film was selected as the Taiwanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 61st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Uttarayanam is a 1975 Malayalam-language film directed by G. Aravindan and written by Thikkodiyan. Aravindan, who is considered the doyen of Malayalam parallel cinema, debuted with this film. The film, which exposes opportunism and hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the Independence struggle, is inspired by Aravindan's own cartoon series, titled Cheriya Lokavum Valiya Manushyarum, which was published in Mathrubhumi for several years.
Women with Open Eyes (1994)
Femmes aux yeux ouverts is a Togolese documentary film directed by Anne-Laure Folly. It covers the lives of contemporary African women in Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal and Benin.
Winter Woman (1977)
Winter Woman is a 1977 South Korean film. It is based on a novel by Cho Hae-il which was serialised in the Chosun Ilbo in 1975. The popularity of the novel led to the film being made. Dealing with the sexual awakening of the female protagonist, the book and film earned the condemnation of conservative critics, however the author's leftist subtext went unchallenged overshadowed by the sexual themes. The film was the best selling Korean film of the 1970s, and made a star of its female lead Chang Mi-hee.
Those Were the Days We Loved (1961)
Seviştiğimiz Günler is a 1961 Turkish romantic drama film, directed by Halit Refiğ and starring Orhan Günsiray, Fatma Girik, and Nilüfer Aydan.
Bala is a 1976 short documentary film made by Satyajit Ray, about a Bharatanatyam dancer, Balasaraswati, fondly known as "Bala". The film was jointly produced by National Centre for the Performing Arts and Government of Tamil Nadu. The thirty-three-minute documentary features the life and some of the works by Balasaraswati in the form of narration and dance, starring herself. At the age of fourteen, Ray had seen a performance of Balasaraswati in Kolkata, then known as "Calcutta", in 1935, when she was seventeen years old.
Kanlariyla ödediler (1955)
They Paid With Their Blood is a 1955 Turkish drama film directed by Osman F. Seden. It stars Esref Kolçak, Neriman Köksal, Kenan Pars, Talat Artemel, Mualla Kaynak, Kadir Savun and Tamer Balci.
The Sob (1953)
The Sob is a 1953 Turkish drama film directed by Atıf Yılmaz.
Hovory s TGM (2018)
Talks with TGM is a 2018 Czech Historical film by Jakub Červenka. It premiered 100 years after foundation of Czechoslovakia. It is based on a book by Karel Čapek of the same name. It focuses on the first Czechoslovak president Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk and writer Karel Čapek and their dialogue in 1928.
Grandmother's Gold (2018)
Gold Blooded (2018)
Gol & Gincu Vol. 2 (2018)
Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords (2018)
Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords stars Martin Kove, Christopher Atkins, and Trygve Lode. It was shot in 4K on the RED ONE digital cinema camera in Colorado, USA.
Playboy: Girls of Mardi Gras (1999)
Playboy: Hot Latin Ladies (1995)
Carl Barron: Drinking with a Fork (2018)
An American in Paris - The Musical (2018)
Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2002 (2001)
Playboy: Girls of Spring Break (1997)
Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 1994 (1993)
PENDRAGON: OUT OF ORDER COMES CHAOS (2012)
H2o: One Life One Chance (2006)
NHL: All-Access! (2001)
Murder City Devils: Final Show - Halloween 2001 (2005)
The Agent (2010)
X-MIX: FAST FORWARD AND REWIND (1998)
Willie Dixon: I Am the Blues (1984)
Churchill's Darkest Decision (2009)
The Blazing Sword (1966)
UFC 5: The Return of the Beast (1995)
UFC 8: David vs. Goliath (1996)
TOY DOLLS: OUR LAST DVD? (2006)
Toots & The Maytals: Live at Santa Monica Pier (2001)
Thievery Corporation: Live at the 9:30 Club (2011)
Anavitória: Araguaína - Las Vegas (2019)
Sublime: Live in '94-'96 (2002)
STYX: RETURN TO PARADISE (1997)
Soundstage Presents Chicago- Live in Concert (2004)
ROTTING CHRIST: IN DOMINE SATHANA (2003)
Miracle: Devil Claus' Love and Magic (2014)
Sing, Young People! (1963)
Legend of a Duel to the Death (1963)
When Fortune Smiles (1990)
Bad Fucking (2013)
Angeli senza paradiso (1970)
Angeli senza paradiso ("Angels without Paradise") is a 1970 Italian musicarello directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti. It is an unofficial remake of the 1933 film Leise flehen meine Lieder by Willi Forst.
RiffTrax Live: Jack the Giant Killer (2011)
Though It Is My Life (2018)
The Eternal Life of Alexander Christoforov (2018)
Un berger et deux perchés à l'Elysée? (2019)
UFC 227: Dillashaw vs. Garbrandt 2 (2018)
Devil Take Us (1955)
Devil Take Us is a 1952 American short documentary film directed by Herbert Morgan. It was nominated for two Academy Awards, one for Best Documentary Short and the other for Best Two-Reel Short.
The Mystical Flame (1903)
Inside the Whore (2012)
Prolific Magic Egg (1903)
Ace Jackson Is a Dead Man (2015)
The Burlesque Suicide, No. 2 (1902)
Foxy Grandpa and Polly in a Little Hilarity (1902)
Fun in a Bakery Shop (1902)
Hell Hotel (1957)
Country Hotel is a 1957 comedy-drama film written and directed by Rattana Pestonji.
Another Job for the Undertaker (1901)
Another Job for the Undertaker is a 1901 silent comic trick film made at Edison's recently opened studio at 41 East 21st Street in Manhattan. It was photographed by Edwin S. Porter and co-directed by Porter and George S. Fleming. The two-shot film was copyrighted on May 15, 1901 and is approximately two minutes in length. It lacks a head title, which would have been supplied by projecting a separate lantern slide before screening the film.
Anders Matthesen: Vender tilbage (2009)
Olsenbandens siste stikk (1999)
Olsenbandens aller siste kupp (1982)
Mio padre Monsignore (1971)
Supersonic Saucer (1956)
Fools' Alley (1955)
Threshold of the Void (1974)
Norang meori (1999)
Yellow Hair is a 1999 South Korean erotic thriller film, written and directed by Kim Yu-min, and starring former child actress Lee Jae-eun. The film caused controversy for its strong sexual content, and was only approved for release after some of the more explicit material was cut. The film's English title is sometimes given as The Blonde.
Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider (2016)
ROB THOMAS: LIVE AT RED ROCKS (2009)
Rock 'n' Roll Greats: Starship Featuring Mickey Thomas (2004)
Rock 'n' Roll Greats: Iron Butterfly (2004)
Rubb Rakha (2018)
Based on a journey of a man who comes Canada alone to fulfil the demands of his family. He tries all things to earn a good amount of money but he was helpless and fails. Then he enters in the business of selling drugs and one day he saw his freind’s son begging for the dose of drugs. And one day his friend’s son and another freind’s sister killed by drug dealers.
Ronald Goedemondt: Geen sprake van (2018)
Rally Car (2021)
RAY CHARLES: IN CONCERT (2001)
Only Blood Relates Us (2018)
Randy Bachman: Every Song Tells a Story - Live in Concert (2002)
In the ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war and ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled toward the crown by forces of elemental darkness. Shakespeare’s most intense and terrifying tragedy will see Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Directed by Rufus Norris (The Threepenny Opera, London Road), this production of Macbeth will be captured live one week before its cinema debut.
Queensrÿche: Live Evolution (2001)
Les Salopes or The Naturally Wanton Pleasure of Skin (2018)
Les Salopes, or the Naturally Wanton Pleasure of Skin is a Canadian drama film, directed by Renée Beaulieu and released in 2018. The film stars Brigitte Poupart as Marie-Claire, a dermatologist studying the role of skin in sexuality.
Daily Lives of High School Boys (2013)
Daily Lives of High School Boys is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yasunobu Yamauchi. The manga was serialized in Gangan Online and was released in seven manga volumes between May 21, 2009 and September 27, 2012. A twelve-episode anime series produced by Sunrise aired between January 9 and March 26, 2012. The anime was licensed by NIS America for release in North America and Hanabee Entertainment in Australia. A live-action film directed by Daigo Matsui was released by Showgate in Japan on October 12, 2013.
Bystree, chem kroliki (2014)
Shin kyûseishu densetsu Hokuto no Ken: Raô den - Gekitô no shô (2007)
El ruiseñor del barrio (1952)