The Caravan Trail (1946)
The Caravan Trail is a 1946 American Western film directed by Robert Emmett Tansey and written by Frances Kavanaugh. The film stars Eddie Dean, Lash LaRue, Emmett Lynn, Jean Carlin, Robert Malcolm and Charles King. The film was released on April 20, 1946, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
San Antone (1953)
San Antone is a 1953 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane starring Rod Cameron, Arleen Whelan, Forrest Tucker, Katy Jurado.
The Beckoning Silence (2007)
The Beckoning Silence is a 2007 British television film that follows and retraces the unsuccessful attempt to scale the north face of the Eiger led by Toni Kurz in 1936. The film features climber Joe Simpson, whose book of the same name inspired the film. In 2008 it won an International Emmy Award.
The Snarling (2018)
A small village pub and some of its locals become involved with a zombie horror movie that is being shot in their village.....but something else is happening. Something that is not in the script.
Locked in a Garage Band (2012)
Locked in a Garage Band is a 2012 Canadian comedy film directed and written by Jennifer Westcott, who also co-produced with Miles Maker for Elgin Road Productions. The film stars Scott Lyster, Ella Simon, Katelyn Wallace, Andrew Jenkins, Luke Jennings, and Brittney Wilson. Filmed mainly at one location in Mission, British Columbia, Canada, it was first released on 4 September 2012.
The Best of Enemies (1961)
The Best of Enemies (I due nemici) is a 1961 Italian film directed by Guy Hamilton and Alessandro Blasetti set during the World War II East African Campaign, but filmed in Israel. It stars David Niven, Alberto Sordi and Michael Wilding. It was nominated for three Golden Globe awards in 1963.
The Conqueror of the Orient (1960)
The Conqueror of the Orient (Italian:Il conquistatore dell'Oriente) is a 1960 Italian adventure film directed by Tanio Boccia and starring Gianna Maria Canale, Rik Battaglia and Irène Tunc. It is set several centuries ago in the Middle East, part of a group of Arabian Nights-inspired films made in Italy during the era. It was shot at the De Laurentiis Studios in Rome.
A lowly fisherman saves a Princess from the kingdom's oppressive rulers, then discovers that he is the true heir to the throne.
The Frightened Man (1952)
The Frightened Man is a 1952 British crime film directed by John Gilling and starring Dermot Walsh, Barbara Murray and Charles Victor. It is also known by the alternative title of Rosselli and Son and was shot at Twickenham and Riverside Studios. Its plot concerns a son of a rag-and-bone man who suffers a dramatic fall from grace.
Frank DanCoolo: Paranormal Drug Dealer (2010)
A reporter sets out to interview a legendary paranormal drug dealer known for selling dangerous drugs made from his own spinal fluid.
Cold Front (1990)
Cold Front is a 1989 Canadian-American crime-thriller film directed by Allan A. Goldstein and starring Martin Sheen, Michael Ontkean and Beverly D'Angelo.
Bad Johnson (2014)
Bad Johnson is a 2014 comedy directed by Huck Botko.
Children of Eve (1915)
A cannery owner learns the error of his ways when a women injured in a fire turns out to be his daughter.
Mister Antonio (1929)
Mister Antonio is a 1929 love story based on a 1916 Booth Tarkington Broadway play of the same name. Leo Carrillo stars in the title role of Antonio Camaradino, originated on Broadway by Otis Skinner, as a hurdy-gurdy street artist who falls in love with the relative of a robbery victim he has rescued.
Print preserved in the Library of Congress collection.
December 7th (1943)
December 7th: The Movie is a 1943 propaganda film produced by the US Navy and directed by John Ford and Gregg Toland, about the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, the event which sparked the Pacific War and American involvement in World War II.
Modern Life (2008)
Farmers and their families and how they live in France.
Into the Clouds We Gaze (2014)
A study of a proud petrol head living in Bohemia and the culture of aimless Czech youth around him.
The Locals (2003)
The Locals is a low budget 2003 New Zealand made horror film directed by Greg Page and starring Kate Elliott. The film took in a modest sum at the box-office following negative reviews.
Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World (2016)
Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World is a 2016 American documentary film directed by Werner Herzog. In it, Herzog ponders the existential impact of the Internet, robotics, AI, the Internet of Things, and more on human life. The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and was sponsored by the company NetScout. The film contains interviews with Bob Kahn, Elon Musk, Sebastian Thrun, Ted Nelson, and other leaders of the technology world.
Lucky Luke and the Daltons (2004)
Les Dalton is a 2004 French Western comedy film directed by Philippe Haïm. It was inspired by the characters The Daltons in the comic Lucky Luke. It was filmed in France, Germany, and Spain. It was released 8 December 2004.
The comic had previously inspired several films, in particular La Ballade des Dalton (1978). The film's budget of $42 million makes it one of the most expensive non-English language films.
A solar disturbance gives an astronaut superhuman powers that are helpful in tracking down his comrade's killer.
Woman who stole a key computer code that she planned to sell to "the other side", finds her plans foiled by the man who killed her brother.
The masked avenger: Lagardère (2003)
Lagardere is a two-part 2003 TV movie, directed by Henri Helman, based on the novel Le Bossu by Paul Féval.
A Father's Revenge (1988)
An American (Brian Dennehy) cuts red tape when he and his wife (Joanna Cassidy) go to West Germany, where terrorists have their daughter.
Journey Together (1945)
Journey Together (1945) is a British drama war film directed by John Boulting and starring Richard Attenborough, Jack Watling and David Tomlinson. In the film, two Englishmen (Attenborough and Watling) become friends and train with the Royal Air Force, ending with a bombing raid on Berlin. It is also Boulting's film directorial debut.
Cia II: Target Alexa (1993)
CIA II: Target Alexa is a 1993 action adventure film, starring by Lorenzo Lamas and Kathleen Kinmont. It was directed by Lorenzo Lamas. It is a sequel to CIA Code Name: Alexa.
After the Caribbean's most dangerous drug lord escapes from prison, a governor puts together a special task force to hunt him down.
The Rainbow Warrior (1993)
The Rainbow Warrior, sometimes called The Sinking of the Rainbow Warrior, is a 1993 television film directed by Michael Tuchner and starring Sam Neill and Jon Voight.
Melvin: Son of Alvin (1984)
Melvin, Son of Alvin is a 1984 Australian comedy film. It is a sequel to Alvin Purple. It was released under the title "Foreplay" in the United States.
Those Glory Glory Days (1983)
Girls growing up in 1960-61 London develop a passion for the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, the first British team in the 20th century to win the English league and FA Cup "double". Twenty years later, one of the girls tracks down players of the '60-'61 Spurs for a documentary.
The Heart Is a Dark Forest (2007)
A woman discovers her husband has a second family.
Berlin um die Ecke (1966)
Skilled workers confront hostile older colleagues who value experience over education.
Documenteur also known as Documenteur: An Emotion Picture is a French-American feature film by French director Agnès Varda. The film debuted at the 1981 Toronto International Film Festival.
The film stars Sabine Mamou as a single mother and Varda's son Mathieu Demy as her son.
Though the film stands on its own it was made as a companion piece to the documentary Murs Murs in which Varda filmed mural art around L.A. and interviewed the artists who had made the pieces. Many of the murals filmed in Murs Murs appears in Documenteur and the film even opens with the same image as Murs Murs ended on.
The Fairy King of Ar (originally released as Beings) is a 1998 direct-to-video film co-written, co-produced and directed by Paul Matthews.
Brasserie Romantiek (2012)
On Valentine's Day, Pascaline's lover appears and whisks her away to Buenos Aires; Rose tells her husband she has a lover; Mia makes plans to commit suicide, until a waiter courts her.
Shame, Shame, Everybody Knows Her Name (1969)
A pretty young woman arrives in New York City and becomes involved with lesbians, an escort service and the underground bondage scene.
Four Warriors (2015)
Four battle-weary Crusaders take on a mission to track down the evil predator who has abducted all the men and children from a devastated village.
The Serbian Lawyer (2014)
Ten years after fleeing Serbia, Marko defends some of the people that he fought against.
Don Juan 67 (1967)
A young girl sets a trap to a ladies' man she is in love with, in order to get his attention in this way.
Open Graves (2009)
Open Graves is a 2009 horror film directed by Álvaro de Armiñán and written by Bruce A. Taylor and Roderick Taylor, the film stars Eliza Dushku, Mike Vogel, Naike Rivelli and Lindsay Robba.
Screen Test (1985)
Four young men run into trouble when they set up a phony movie-casting service in hopes of attracting beautiful women.
Home Makeover (2010)
Margo, Edith, Agnes and the Minions have to prepare the house for a social worker's visit.
Exploring Love (2008)
A materialistic man struggles to find a deeper meaning in his life.
Still Life (1974)
Still Life is a 1974 Iranian film directed by Sohrab Shahid-Saless. It was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear.
Featuring stunning cinematography and gaining fame at festivals, “Khadak” is the tale of a young laborer who comes face to face with a mystical fate.
Ragnarock's Cabin (2014)
A couple's honeymoon retreat is ruined when their cabin is double booked with a rowdy group. When neither side is willing to leave, they try to tough it out until things go from bad to worse.
Vigilantes band together to destroy a notorious crime boss holding a city in fear.
Red by James Hogan (2016)
Web and communication strategists and leading broadcasters in TV argue about broadcasting in the 21st century.
Willy the Sparrow (1988)
Willy the Sparrow is a 1989 Hungarian animated film directed by József Gémes. It was released in Hungary to critical acclaim and it won the Prize of the Audience at the 3rd Kecskemét Animation Film Festival. The English adaptation was directed by Scott Murphy. Voice actors included Sarah Schaub, Barta Heiner, Rick Macy and Aaron Bybee. The film was released on DVD in 2004.
The Crumbs (1991)
A boy (Laus Hybye) and his family move into a rickety house where inept bank robbers hid the money they took.
Three Men in a Boat (1956)
Three Men in a Boat is a 1956 British CinemaScope colour comedy film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Laurence Harvey, Jimmy Edwards, Shirley Eaton and David Tomlinson. It is based on the 1889 novel Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome. The film received mixed reviews, but was a commercial success.
All's Fair in Love & War (1997)
Businessmen start a gang war by hiring one mobster (Sartaj Khan) for a murder and a rival mobster to then kill him.
Lovers, Happy Lovers! (1954)
Knave of Hearts is a 1954 film about the adventures of a French philanderer in Paris and London. In France, it was released as Monsieur Ripois (the title of the original novel by Louis Hémon). In the United States, it was originally released as Lovers, Happy Lovers!, then later re-released as Lover Boy. The film, which was a French-British co-production, stars Gérard Philipe in the title role, and was directed by René Clément. The film was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Prize.
Come on Danger! (1932)
Come On Danger! is a 1932 Pre-Code Western film, and the first film Tom Keene would make at RKO Studios. It made a profit of $30,000.
It was remade in 1942 under the similar title, Come on Danger.
The Dead Don't Dream (1948)
The Dead Don't Dream is a 1948 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Francis Rosenwald. The picture stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Mary Ware, John Parrish and Leonard Penn, and was released in 1948 by United Artists.
False Paradise (1948)
False Paradise is a 1948 American film starring William Boyd as western character Hopalong Cassidy.
Beneath the Rooftops of Paris (2007)
Therese, a shy and well-preserved woman in her 60s, still melts inside when she sees Marcel once a week.
Lovely Louise (2013)
Andre (Stefan Kurt) is in his mid-fifties, lives with his elderly mother, and flies model airplanes for fun. When an American named Bill (Stanley Townsend) arrives, he turns Andre's tranquil life upside down.
Just Friends (1994)
Just Friends is a 1993 Belgian-Dutch film. It was directed and produced by Marc-Henri Wajnberg, written by Pierre Sterckx and Alexandre Wajnberg, and starred Josse De Pauw, Ann-Gisel Glass, Charles Berling, and Sylvie Milhaud. Set in Antwerp, Just Friends is about the jazz scene in the 1950s.
Double Trouble (1941)
Two British refugees get jobs at a canned bean manufacturing plant and manage to lose a valuable gem in one of the cans.
Do You Know Me? (2009)
Aspiring photojournalist Elsa Carter (Rachelle Lefevre) notices a photograph on a milk carton of a young girl to whom she bears an uncanny resemblance. Giving in to curiosity, Carter begins an investigation that sends her life spiraling out of control. When her boyfriend, Chris (Nic Rhind), turns up dead and she becomes the prime suspect in the resulting murder investigation, Carter struggles to uncover dark secrets hidden beneath the surface of her seemingly normal suburban upbringing.
Candida is a 2006 Spanish comedy film by Javier Fesser with Candida Villar, Jorge Bosch and Raul Pena. The film was nominated in the category Best Original Song at the 22nd Goya Awards for "La vida secreta de las pequeñas cosas" by David Broza and Jorge Drexler.
Scream for Help (1984)
Scream for Help is a 1984 film directed by Michael Winner from an original screenplay by Tom Holland.
Courage of the North (1935)
A Mountie (John Preston) catches fur thieves with the help of his horse, Dynamite, and dog, Captain.
X's & O's (2007)
A circle of friends finds out the hard way that it's not all hugs and kisses in the game of love and that everyone needs a strategy to score.
The Great Commandment (1939)
The Great Commandment is a 1939 American Christian film directed by Irving Pichel, which portrays the conversion to Christianity of a young Zealot, Joel, and the Roman soldier Longinus through the teachings of Jesus in his Parable of the Good Samaritan. It was co-produced by Rev. James K. Friedrich and released by Cathedral Films in 1939. Its theatrical release was in 1941 by Twentieth Century Fox.
No Return Address (1961)
Elderly Don Andrés (Fernando Torre Laphame) lives quietly by himself. When the noisy young Mariana (Tiaré Scanda) moves in upstairs, her loud music, noisy conversations and all-night parties so annoy the old man that his retaliation culminates in a full-scale police raid on her apartment. Vowing revenge, Mariana begins posting unsigned love letters to her neighbor as a spiteful prank, but soon discovers that the lonely Don Andrés has fallen desperately for his unknown paramour.
Strange Rumblings in Shangri-LA (2014)
Strange Rumblings in Shangri La is a mix of high performance surfing and stunning cinematography that documents our unforgettable worldwide journey in search of surfing’s own holy grail.
Tribes, also known as The Soldier Who Declared Peace (UK), is a 1970 American television drama film broadcast as an ABC Movie of the Week directed by Joseph Sargent. A big ratings success when it first aired November 10, 1970, Tribes was later released theatrically in Britain and Europe under the title The Soldier Who Declared Peace. Tribes has been released on VHS, but, as of 2018 has not been released on DVD.
30 Days with My Brother (2016)
Estranged brothers are forced to meet and face their past.
Western Renegades (1949)
A husky U.S. marshal (Johnny Mack Brown) saves orphans from a woman posing as their missing mother.
A Time To Kill (1955)
A Time to Kill is a 1955 British crime film starring Jack Watling, Rona Anderson, John Horsley and John Le Mesurier.
The District (2004)
The District! (Hungarian: Nyócker!) is a 2004 Hungarian caricaturistic animated film directed by Áron Gauder. Its original title is a shortened colloquial form of nyolcadik kerület, the eighth district of Budapest, also known as Józsefváros, including an infamous neighbourhood where the film takes place. It is sometimes labelled as the Hungarian South Park. It has been distributed in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, United Kingdom, France, the Benelux countries, Romania, Poland, Portugal and Taiwan, and it is going to be shown in the United States. It was also shown at film festivals in Helsinki, Toronto, Copenhagen, Zagreb, Karlovy Vary and the below venues and it will be shown in Warsaw, Vancouver and São Paulo. The animated technique for this movie was rather innovative. The artists took 350 headshot pictures of each actor and used these photos for the expressing emotions and the animation of the heads. The bodies were hand drawn.
A Magic Christmas (2014)
Jack takes his family to a cabin resort for Christmas where he went as a boy. When he reunites with Robert, a hyper-competitive childhood friend, Jack plans a series of events to bond with his family and beat Robert.
The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands (1927)
The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands is a 1927 British documentary film directed by Walter Summers. The film focuses on the naval warfare around the Battle of Coronel and Battle of the Falkland Islands during the First World War. It was the last in a successful series of documentary reconstructions of First World War battles by British Instructional Films made between 1921 and 1927. The film was produced at Cricklewood Studios and on location off Malta and the Isles of Scilly. The film is an entirely fictional recreation with a strong documentary feel.
The film cost an estimated £18,000 to make. It grossed £70,000 in Britain alone. It was restored and re-released by the BFI in 2014.
The Naked Witch (1961)
The Naked Witch is a 1961 American horror film written and directed by Larry Buchanan. It was financed by a Texan drive-in theater owner who wanted a movie with lots of nudity, even though the actual resulting nudity in the film is negligible. The film was shot in 1960 in Luckenbach, Texas, but was not released until 1964. The copyright date in the film's credits is 1961. The film was successful and helped launch Buchanan's career.
Salty Air (2007)
Salty Air (Italian: L'aria salata) is a 2006 Italian drama film written and directed by Alessandro Angelini and starring Giorgio Pasotti, Giorgio Colangeli and Michela Cescon.
The film entered the competition at the 2006 Rome Film Festival, in which Giorgio Colangeli won the award for best actor. For his performance Colangeli also won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor.
The Agitator (1945)
The Agitator is a 1945 British drama film directed by John Harlow and starring William Hartnell, Mary Morris and John Laurie. Its plot follows a young socialist who is forced to question his beliefs when he unexpectedly inherits a large firm. It was based on the novel Peter Pettenger by William Riley.
Of Pups And Puzzles (1941)
Of Pups and Puzzles is a 1941 American short documentary film directed by George Sidney. It won an Oscar at the 14th Academy Awards, held in 1942, for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
Karbid und Sauerampfer (1963)
Carbide and Sorrel (German: Karbid und Sauerampfer) is a 1963 East German comedy film directed by Frank Beyer and starring Erwin Geschonneck.
Beyond the Last Frontier (1943)
Beyond the Last Frontier is a 1943 American film about an undercover Texas Ranger, Johnny Revere, within Big Bill Hadley's gang of crooks. Howard Bretherton directed the film and John K. Butler and Morton Grant wrote the screenplay. The film stars Eddie Dew as Johnny Revere, Harry Woods as Big Bill Hadley, Robert Mitchum as Trigger Dolan, Lorraine Miller as Susan Cook, and Smiley Burnette as Frog Millhouse.
Summer Scars (2008)
Summer Scars is a 2007 British horror film produced and directed by Julian Richards. It is based on a hostage situation that Richards experienced during his childhood. The cast includes Kevin Howarth, Ciaran Joyce, Amy Harvey, Darren Evans, Jonathan Jones, Chris Conway, Ryan Conway, and Chole Parfitt.
Borrowed Trouble (1948)
Borrowed Trouble is a 1948 American Western film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Charles Belden. The film stars William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Helen Chapman, Anne O'Neal, John Parrish and Cliff Clark. The film was released on July 23, 1948, by United Artists.
Lead with Your Heart (2015)
When their parents contemplate splitting up, two teens hatch a scheme to make them realize how much they need each other.
The Smiley Face Killers (2014)
Serial killers find out a documentary crew is investigating their crimes.
Lunch Hour (2011)
Filmmaker James Costa investigates the National School Lunch Program and childhood obesity, and shows what schools, parents, authors, doctors, politicians, celebrities, and chefs are doing to combat the problem.
The House I Live In (1945)
The House I Live In is a ten-minute short film written by Albert Maltz, produced by Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy, and starring Frank Sinatra. Made to oppose anti-Semitism at the end of World War II, it received an Honorary Academy Award and a special Golden Globe Award in 1946.
Untamed Heiress (1954)
Untamed Heiress is a 1954 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and written by Barry Shipman. The film stars Judy Canova, Don "Red" Barry, George Cleveland, Taylor Holmes, Chick Chandler and Jack Kruschen. The film was released on April 1, 1954, by Republic Pictures.
The Death of Mario Ricci (1983)
The Death of Mario Ricci (French: La mort de Mario Ricci) is a 1983 Swiss-French drama film directed by Claude Goretta. It was entered into the 1983 Cannes Film Festival where Gian Maria Volontè won the award for Best Actor.
The Duchess of Langeais (2007)
The Duchess of Langeais is a 2007 French-Italian drama film directed by Jacques Rivette. Its original French title is Ne touchez pas la hache. It is based on the 1834 novel of the same name by Honoré de Balzac. The film stars Jeanne Balibar and Guillaume Depardieu as lovers in early 1823 Majorca who are involved in a tormented and frustrating relationship.
Ladies Crave Excitement (1935)
Ladies Crave Excitement is a 1935 American film released by Mascot Pictures, directed by Nick Grinde and starring Norman Foster, Evalyn Knapp and Esther Ralston.
After graduating as valedictorian from a prestigious university, Christa spends the next 36 hours getting a real education.
The Henderson Monster (1980)
A genetic scientist's (Jason Miller) helper (Christine Lahti) and her husband (Stephen Collins) begin to question the results of his DNA work.
Sub Down (1997)
Civilian scientists (Stephen Baldwin, Gabrielle Anwar, Tom Conti) control the fate of a crew trapped beneath the polar icecap in a nuclear submarine.
A Successful Man (1986)
A Successful Man (Spanish: Un hombre de éxito) is a 1985 Cuban drama film directed by Humberto Solás. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival and it was entered into the 15th Moscow International Film Festival. It won Best Production Design and Grand Coral - First Prize in the 1986 Havana Film Festival. The film was selected as the Cuban entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 60th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Black Box (2012)
Inside a mysterious black box lies the secret to one's desires. As the black box changes hands, each new owner must resist what they covet most or prepare to defend their salacious greed against an immortal assassin. As several lives collide, can they escape the wrath of avarice and the black box?
The Kids Grow Up (1942)
The Kids Grow Up (Spanish: Los chicos crecen) is a 1942 Argentine film directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen and starring Arturo García Buhr, Santiago Gómez Cou and María Duval. At the 1943 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, Arturo García Buhr won the Silver Condor Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film.
The Flying Fool (1929)
The Flying Fool is a 1929 sound aviation picture produced and distributed by Pathé Exchange. Tay Garnett directed and William Boyd starred.
Lethal Ninja (1992)
A former CIA agent (Ross Kettle) heads to Africa to save his scientist wife (Karyn Hill) from a killer holding her captive.
Prey for Death (2015)
Baron Emerson explores the world hunting the best warriors in every region. He arrives in the American frontier to track down an outlaw gunslinger, and arranges for him to be freed so he can hunt him through the wild west.
Innocents in Paris (1953)
Innocents in Paris is a 1953 British-French international co-production comedy film produced by Romulus Films, directed by Gordon Parry and starring Alastair Sim, Jimmy Edwards, Claire Bloom, Margaret Rutherford, James Copeland and Ronald Shiner. The film features Louis de Funès as a taxi driver and uncredited appearances by Christopher Lee, Laurence Harvey and Kenneth Williams. The writer and producer was Anatole de Grunwald, born in Russia in 1910, who fled to Britain with his parents in 1917. He had a long career there as a writer and producer, including the films The Way to the Stars, The Winslow Boy, Doctor's Dilemma, Libel, and The Yellow Rolls Royce.