Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book (2009)

Lilly the Witch – The Dragon and the Magic Book (original title Hexe Lilli: Der Drache und das magische Buch) is a 2009 German children's film directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky. It is a partly animated comic fantasy based on the books by Knister, who co-wrote the screenplay.

Swarm of the Snakehead (2006)

Swarm of the Snakehead is a 2006 comedy/horror feature film directed by Frank A. Lama and Joel C. Denning and written by Seth Hurwitz. It is the first feature from producers Lama and Hurwitz's Baltimore-based production company Ten Pound Films. The ensemble cast includes Gunnar Hansen (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), Rigg Kennedy (Slumber Party Massacre) and Miss Maryland Teen USA 2006 Jamie O'Brien. Swarm of the Snakehead was shot on 16 mm film in and around Easton, Maryland between 2002 and 2005. Post-production was completed during the summer of 2006. A rough cut of the film was premiered for friends and family at The Charles Theatre in Baltimore (where John Waters premiered many of his early films) on June 21, 2006. The sold out screening led to several articles in Maryland papers including The Baltimore Sun, as well as radio and television appearances. During one such appearance on the Baltimore CBS affiliate WJZ-TV, anchor and longtime Maryland personality Marty Bass called Swarm of the Snakehead "lots of fun" and "John Waters-esque." While making Swarm of the Snakehead, Lama starred in Fear of Clowns released by Lions Gate Entertainment in 2005 and the upcoming Fear of Clowns 2, which he also produced. At the same time, Hurwitz edited Swarm and shepherded the film through post-production, working closely with sound designer Kevin Hill and composer Tom Alonso.

Kékszakállú (2017)

Kékszakállú (English: Bluebeard) is a 2016 Argentine drama film directed by Gastón Solnicki. It was screened in the Orizzonti section at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. It is Solnicki's first narrative feature, after two documentary shorts.

From the Four Corners (1942)

Three soldiers meet with film actor Leslie Howard in London and proceed to discuss their common patriotism.

Rubbertown (2016)

A resident of Louisville, Ky., tries to move her entire house to another county after suffering through years of regular leaks, spills, and occasional explosions at nearby manufacturing facilities.

Les Regrets (2009)

Mathieu begins a second relationship in his 40s with his high school girlfriend.

Falling Uphill (2012)

Robert and Jenny become roommates and, after a year of living together, Robert has fallen in love. He cannot afford to stay in San Francisco, and he has three days to confess his feelings before he moves back to Rochester, N.Y.

Larisa (1980)

A tribute to Russian filmmaker Larisa Shepitko.

Class Relations (1984)

Klassenverhältnisse, known in English as Class Relations, in French as Amerika, rapports de classe, is a 1984 film by the French filmmaking duo of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet. It is based on Franz Kafka's unfinished first novel, Amerika. The German filmmaker Harun Farocki appears as one of the leads, and the film also features a cameo from American experimental filmmaker Thom Andersen. A documentary was made about the filming process, Jean-Marie Straub und Danièle Huillet bei der Arbeit an einem Film.

El tejedor de milagros (1962)

El tejedor de milagros is a 1962 Mexican drama film directed by Francisco del Villar. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

Fuera de la ley (1964)

Some outlaws come to a quiet town in the Old West, and two brave brothers capture them but one manages to escape.

Dead or Alive: Final (2002)

Dead or Alive: Final is a 2002 Japanese cyberpunk science fiction film directed by Takashi Miike. It is the third in a three-part series, preceded by Dead or Alive in 1999 and Dead or Alive 2: Birds in 2000. The films are not connected in any apparent way except by director Takashi Miike and stars Riki Takeuchi and Show Aikawa. Besides Japanese, a lot of the dialog in the film is in Cantonese and some is in English. Often two people will talk to each other using different languages.

Kidnapped (2010)

Kidnapped (Secuestrados) is a 2010 Spanish psychological thriller directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas and was written by Javier García.

Last Train Home (2009)

Last Train Home is a 2009 documentary film directed by Lixin Fan and produced by Daniel Cross and Mila Aung-Thwin of EyeSteelFilm. It won the Best Documentary Feature at 2009 IDFA and has been distributed by Zeitgeist Films in the US.

The Big Show (1961)

The Big Show is a 1961 DeLuxe Color and CinemaScope drama film directed by James B. Clark, starring Esther Williams and Cliff Robertson. The cast also includes Robert Vaughn, Margia Dean, Nehemiah Persoff and David Nelson, who was best known to audiences of the time for The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet television show. This is the third variation of Jerome Weidman's novel I'll Never Go There Any More. The other two are Broken Lance (1954) a western version starring Spencer Tracy, and House of Strangers (1949) set in the big city starring Edward G. Robinson.

The Founding of a Republic (2009)

The Founding of a Republic is a 2009 Chinese historical film commissioned by China's film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. The film was directed by Huang Jianxin and China Film Group head Han Sanping. Although the film premiered on September 17, 2009 in mainland China, it has yet to receive publicity in Taiwan (Republic of China). The film was produced with the backing of the Communist Party, but in response to some reactions outside Mainland China, Huang Jianxin, the film's co-director, "has said it was unfair to describe The Founding of a Republic as propaganda, since modern Chinese audience were too sophisticated to swallow a simplistic rendering of history." While the government in Taiwan has asserted that it has no plans to actively censor the film, it has yet to be released because Taiwan's 2009 annual quota of 10 mainland films was already reached. The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph, and has a star-studded cast including Andy Lau, Ge You, Hu Jun, Leon Lai, Zhang Ziyi, Donnie Yen, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Zhao Wei, and directors Jiang Wen, Chen Kaige and John Woo, many of whom make cameo appearances so brief they could be easily missed; the leading roles are played by actors equally renowned in China, such as Tang Guoqiang and Zhang Guoli, but they are less well-known internationally. A CFG spokesman said many stars answered Han Sanping's call to appear in the film, and waived their fee. Thus, the movie kept to its modest budget of 60–70 million yuan (US$8.8–$10 million). According to the executive at one of China's top multiplex chains, the film unusually marries "the core of an 'ethically inspiring' film with commercial packaging."

Barrio Tales (2012)

Two teenagers are disappointed after they sneak into the border town of Barrio, Mexico, but all they find is an old story teller. Their disappointment quickly fades when she regales them with three horrific tales filled with violence and blood.

Tapasya (1976)

Tapasya is a 1976 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film produced by Tarachand Barjatya for Rajshree Productions. The film is directed by Anil Ganguly, based on story by veteran Bengali novelist Ashapurna Devi. The film stars Raakhee, Parikshat Sahni, Lalita Pawar, Nazir Hussain, A. K. Hangal, and Asrani. The film's music is by Ravindra Jain. It won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment for the year. It was remade in Telugu as Sandhya in 1980 starring Sujatha in the title role.

Parasitic (2012)

A hungry alien creature feasts on patrons at a trendy Florida nightclub.

Spud (2010)

Spud is a 2009 South African film directed by Donovan Marsh, based on the novel of the same name by John van de Ruit. The film stars Troye Sivan as the title character. It was released in South Africa on 3 December 2010.

Laughology (2009)

Laughology is a 2009 documentary film about the contagiousness of human laughter by Canadian filmmaker and Laughologist Albert Nerenberg. It is the first feature-length documentary about laughter. The documentary makes the case that laughter is the original peace signal and the human ability to share and transmit laughter may have been key to the rise of human civilization. The film chronicles unusual laughter phenomenon such as Holy Laughter, Laughter Parties and the Tanzanian Laughter Epidemic. The film is produced by Elevator Films which operates out of Lac Brome, Quebec, and Cache Film and Television. The film made its world premiere at HotDocs Film Festival in Toronto.

Knight Knight (2012)

Squires Gilbert (David Wayman) and Edgar (Tom Eykelhof) wander strange lands in the company of a mysterious knight. When the knight dies mysteriously, trainees Edgar and Gilbert spend his gold, but they ignore the letter asking for the knight's help to rescue Princess Katrina (Christina Bucher). After they run out of money, they get jobs guarding the kidnapped princess. Katrina harangues the two until she gets them to agree to rescue her from the clutches of their employer, King Vincent.

Dick Rich and His Synco-Symphonists (1928)

Big band leader Dick Rich and his orchestra.

Miley - Naa Miley - Hum (2011)

Miley Naa Miley Hum is a 2011 Bollywood film directed by Tanveer Khan, and marking the debut of Chirag Paswan, son of politician Ram Vilas Paswan. The film stars Kangana Ranaut, Neeru Bajwa and Sagarika Ghatge. The film released on 4 November 2011..

The Master's Voice: Caveirão (2013)

Every morning at 3:33, all clocks stop and there is a second night. Lasting only a moment to mortal eyes, this second night is when the spirits of Sao Paolo come out to play.

Good Morning, Eve! (1934)

Good Morning, Eve! (1934) is a Vitaphone short comedy film released by Warner Brothers on August 5, 1934 in the three-strip Technicolor process ("Process No. 4"). The release of this film and Service With a Smile (released July 28, 1934) predated the RKO Radio Pictures release La Cucaracha, also produced in three-strip Technicolor, by a few weeks.

27 Down (2009)

A detective becomes embroiled in a tense hit-and-run investigation.

A Kid (2016)

A Kid (original title: Le Fils de Jean) is a 2016 French-Canadian drama film written and directed by Philippe Lioret and starring Pierre Deladonchamps, Gabriel Arcand and Catherine de Léan. It is loosely based on the book Si ce livre pouvait me rapprocher de toi by Jean-Paul Dubois.

No Light and No Land Anywhere (2018)

Grieving her mother's death and her own failing marriage, Lexi boards a plane from London to Los Angeles to search for her estranged father, who abandoned her when she was 3 years old. Based out of a seedy Hollywood motel, she follows a tenuous trail of breadcrumbs. Along the way, she establishes other unexpected connections with her father's ailing, former second wife, her bitter half-sister Tanya and her caregiver girlfriend, and two local barflies.

Vengeance (2006)

A guide and his daughter help an officer track an escapee in a mysterious forest.

The Naked Truth (2003)

Three struggling actresses take jobs at Atlanta's most notorious strip club to raise some much-needed cash.

Chillicothe (1999)

Six friends deal with the post-college rut where their social lives nearly disappear.

The Blue Light (2003)

Ao no Honō (青の炎, The Blue Flame, internationally known as The Blue Light) is a 2003 Japanese film based on the novel of the same name by Yusuke Kishi, directed and co-written by Yukio Ninagawa, and starring Kazunari Ninomiya and Aya Matsuura. The film portrays Ninomiya playing Shūichi, a high school student finding a way to get rid of his stepfather, who returns home and begins to terrorize his family. Ao no Honō was released in Japan on March 15, 2003 and was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in France on May 15, 2003.

Love.com (2002)

A beautiful probation officer goes under cover to investigate the murder of her sister, exposing the dark side of Internet fantasy.

Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi (2001)

Kuch Khatti Kuch Meethi is a 2001 Indian film directed by Rahul Rawail and starring Kajol in a double role as two estranged identical twins. The storyline follows the general theme of its Hollywood counterpart The Parent Trap, which is based on the novel Lottie and Lisa, but with the added melodrama and slight-changed storyline of a Bollywood movie. The film also stars Sunil Shetty, Rishi Kapoor, Rati Agnihotri and Pooja Batra. This is the second time that Kajol played a dual role after Dushman. The rights to this film are owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.

Kill Daddy Good Night (2009)

Three families are unable to escape from their pasts.

To the Public Danger (1948)

To the Public Danger is a 1948 British drama film directed by Terence Fisher and starring Dermot Walsh, Susan Shaw and Barry Letts. It was made at Highbury Studios as a second feature for release by the Rank Organisation. Like other Highbury productions, it offered acting opportunities for several of Rank's young contract stars. The film's sets were designed by Don Russell, although a number of the scenes were shot on location. It was based on a 1939 radio play by the writer Patrick Hamilton, who had been encouraged to write the story as part of a government road safety campaign. Hamilton had himself been knocked down by a drunk driver. The story was updated slightly, and represents the post-war malaise with the use of noirish sequences. After making the film Fisher graduated to directing several more expensive productions for Gainsborough Pictures.

Merry-Go-Round (1923)

Merry-Go-Round is a 1923 American feature film directed by Erich von Stroheim and his replacement, Rupert Julian, starring Norman Kerry and Mary Philbin, and released by Universal Pictures. A copy of the film is held in a collection and it has been released on DVD.

Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America (2003)

A portrait of modern American life exposes the underbelly of one family.

Skinned Alive (1990)

A former policeman tries to stop a woman and her children who kill people and sell their skin as leather.

The Warrior Didi and the Ninja Lili (2008)

A guardian (Renato Arago) must protect the daughter of a missing European soldier.

Pleasures of the Damned (2005)

Private Investigator Jack Steele (Sean Tigert) tries to save Evelyn's brother from Satan-worshipping bikers who have raised zombie cult members.

The Dark Side of Love (1984)

The Dark Side of Love (Italian: Fotografando Patrizia) is a 1984 Italian erotic romance-drama film written and directed by Salvatore Samperi. The film, which has a scabrous main theme as an incest between a sister and a porn-obsessed brother, was a box office success.

Over There, 1914-18 (1963)

14-18 (also known as Over There, 1914-18) is a 1963 French documentary film about World War I, directed by Jean Aurel. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Suddenly (1954)

Frank Sinatra stars as a crazed assassin who takes a small town couple and their home hostage as he plans to murder the President of the United States.

My Forgotten Man (1993)

Flynn is an Australian film about the early life of Errol Flynn, focusing on his time in New Guinea starring Guy Pearce in the title role.

Pastorela (2011)

The devil is on the loose in this action-packed comedy. It all starts when Chucho misses the deadline to reprise his role as the Devil in his church’s annual play. What ensues is an epic battle that will blur the line between good and evil, as Chucho fights for a coveted role.

Foxhole in Cairo (1960)

Foxhole in Cairo is a 1960 British war film directed by John Llewellyn Moxey and based on a novel by Leonard Mosley itself based upon the real-life Operation Salaam. It starred James Robertson Justice, Adrian Hoven, Fenella Fielding and Henry Oscar. Future star Michael Caine makes a brief appearance as a German soldier, in one of his earlier screen roles.

Paradise Mall (1999)

Security guards decide to pin a robbery on a group of teens who have broken into a shopping mall to party.

Keepsake (2012)

Janine becomes stranded on a remote highway and fights for survival against a psychotic tow truck driver who enjoys torture and depravity.

American Beer (2004)

American Beer is a 2004 feature-length documentary directed by Paul Kermizian that chronicles and documents the American craft brewing industry. The film was shot in the spring of 2002. Kermizian and a group of four left New York City and traveled by minivan across the United States visiting 38 craft and independent breweries in 40 days. Breweries featured in the film include Dogfish Head Brewery, Shipyard Brewing, Victory Brewing Company, McNeill's Brewery, Climax Brewing, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Anchor Brewing Company, New Glarus Brewing Company, New Belgium Brewing Company, Bell's Brewery and others. The film screened at various film festivals throughout 2004 and 2005 and was released on DVD towards the end of 2005. A special edition of the DVD released shortly afterward contains more than 80 minutes of deleted scenes from breweries featured in the film along with other scenes deleted from the original cut. As a result, from their experiences from the film, Paul Kermizian ended up opening Barcade, a chain of hybrid arcade and craft beer bars in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Philadelphia, and Jeremy Goldberg started a brewery called Cape Ann Brewing in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

CyberWorld (2000)

CyberWorld is a 2000 American 3-D animated anthology film shown in IMAX and IMAX 3D, presented by Intel. Several segments originally filmed in 2-D were converted to 3-D format.

The London Perambulator (2009)

Cultural commentators explore the importance of the city's fringe.

Hercules Saves Christmas (2011)

A talking dog gives an orphaned boy a chance to make the nice list in time for Christmas.

The Great Vazquez (2010)

A comic-book writer (Santiago Segura) lives his life exactly as he pleases.

Heavy Times (2011)

Dan, Mark and Hugh go to visit Dan's sister for dinner but find themselves miles from home and far outside their comfort zone when her husband takes them out on the town.

Reindeer Games (2005)

Alec kidnaps his co-worker and ties her up in his cellar, triggering a deadly game of bondage and depravity.

Guy And Madeline On A Park Bench (2009)

Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench is a 2009 American black-and-white jazz musical film directed, written, produced, shot, and co-edited by Damien Chazelle, that recasts the MGM musical tradition in a gritty, vérité style. It stars Jason Palmer, Desiree Garcia and Sandha Khin. The film features a unique mixture of live jazz performances and choreographed tap dancing, as well as several more traditional musical numbers. It had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2009. It was then released in a limited release on November 5, 2010, by Variance Films.

Cousinhood (2011)

Cousinhood (Spanish: Primos) is a 2011 Spanish film written and directed by Daniel Sanchez Arévalo and starring Quim Gutiérrez, Raúl Arévalo and Adrián Lastra. This is the third film of Sanchéz Arévalo, but his very first comedy, and it premiered on February 4, 2011. The film was shot in Comillas (Cantabria) during spring 2010. The film received two nominations for the Goya awards 2012: best "breakout author" (Adrián Lastra) and best "supporting actor" (Raúl Arévalo).

45365 (2010)

45365 is a 2009 documentary film made by first-time directors and brothers Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross. The film is about the everyday life of small town Sidney, Ohio and the people living in it; the title comes from the town's postal (zip) code. 45365 premiered at the 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize. It won the Roger and Chaz Ebert Truer than Fiction award at the 2010 Independent Spirit Awards. Jeannette Catsoulis has described the film as follows: "A beguiling slice of Midwestern impressionism, 45365 drops in on the residents of Sidney, Ohio, to observe their lunches and haircuts, trials and transgressions."

My Louisiana Love (2015)

A Native American woman returns to Louisiana where she finds a man-made environmental crisis threatening her people's way of life.

Hush (2012)

Ja saapuu oikea yö is a 2012 Finnish thriller film directed by Jyri Kähönen. The story evolves around two young lovers who are planning to murder the girl's father.

Bornholms stemme (1999)

Bornholms stemme (English: Bornholms voice) is a 1999 Danish comedy film directed by Lotte Svendsen, starring Sofie Stougaard and Henrik Lykkegaard. The film takes place in a small fishing island off the coast of Sweden during a no-fishing period imposed in 1982, because of overfishing. The main characters are the stubborn fisher Lars Erik (Lykkegaard) and his wife Sonja (Stougaard).

Clarence (1937)

Clarence is a 1937 American comedy film directed by George Archainbaud and written by Grant Garett and Seena Owen. The film stars Roscoe Karns, Eleanore Whitney, Eugene Pallette, Johnny Downs, Inez Courtney and Charlotte Wynters. It is based on the play Clarence by Booth Tarkington. The film was released on February 12, 1937, by Paramount Pictures.

Desperadoes of Dodge City (1948)

Desperadoes of Dodge City is a 1948 American Western film directed by Philip Ford and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, Mildred Coles, Roy Barcroft, Tristram Coffin and William Phipps. The film was released on September 15, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

Glove (2011)

Glove is a 2011 South Korean sports drama film directed by Kang Woo-suk based on a true story. After another drunken fiasco, fading baseball star Sang-nam is forced to coach kids at a school for the hearing impaired, but the publicity stunt eventually becomes an opportunity of a lifetime. The film was released to South Korean cinemas on January 20 and went on to receive 1,890,406 admissions nationwide during its run in theaters.

In Search of the Great Beast 666 (2007)

The life of occultist Aleister Crowley, founder of the religious philosophy of Thelema.

Sacrifice (2010)

Sacrifice is a 2010 Chinese historical drama film directed by Chen Kaige, starring Ge You, Wang Xueqi, Huang Xiaoming, Fan Bingbing and Vincent Zhao. It is based on the Yuan dynasty play The Orphan of Zhao by Ji Junxiang. It was distributed in the United States by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Two Loves (1961)

Two Loves is a 1961 American drama film directed by Charles Walters. It is based on the book Spinster by Sylvia Ashton-Warner. It was entered into the 11th Berlin International Film Festival.

All God's Creatures (2011)

All God's Creatures is an American romantic thriller feature-length film distributed by Osiris Entertainment that premiered at the 2011 Hoboken International Film Festival on June 4, 2011. The film was directed by Ryan Charles and Frank Licata (Nitty Gritty Studios), produced by Matt Jared (Sid and Nancy Productions), and written and produced by Josh Folan (NYEH Entertainment).

Aaj Ki Awaz (1984)

Aaj Ki Awaaz is a 1984 Bollywood film produced by B. R. Chopra and directed by Ravi Chopra. The film stars Raj Babbar, Smita Patil, Nana Patekar, and Vijay Arora. The film's music is by Ravi. The film is based on Hollywood movie Death wish, Later, in 1985, this film was remade into Telugu as Nyayam Meere Cheppali and Tamil as Naan Sigappu Manithan.

The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)

The Reformer and the Redhead is a 1950 American romantic comedy film written, produced and directed by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, and starring June Allyson and Dick Powell.

The Contender (1944)

The Contender is a 1944 American film directed by Sam Newfield. The film is also known as Challenger (American TV title)

The Last Dragon (1985)

An enjoyable pastiche of martial arts, romance, music, and video, THE LAST DRAGON presents a likable young hero, Leroy (Taimak), who aspires to become a kung fu master. Though black and living in Harlem with his family, Leroy lives like a Chinese. Trouble arises in the form of a huge black man who calls himself "Sho' Nuff, who is determined to prove himself the kung fu master of the neighborhood.

Convict's Code (1939)

Convict's Code is a 1939 American film directed by Lambert Hillyer.

The Two in Tracksuits (2008)

A Japanese father (Makoto Ayukawa) and his son (Masato Sakai) escape the troubles of their everyday lives through shared adventures.

Slaves in Bondage (1937)

Slaves in Bondage (1937) is an American film directed by Elmer Clifton. It stars Lona Andre, Donald Reed, and Wheeler Oakman.

Wolfy (2009)

A mother who wants to start a new life is followed by a daughter who can't live without her.

Täcknamn Coq Rouge (1989)

Codename Coq Rouge (Swedish: Täcknamn Coq Rouge) is a 1989 Swedish thriller film directed by Per Berglund. Stellan Skarsgård won the award for Best Actor and Göran Nilsson won the award for Best Cinematography at the 25th Guldbagge Awards.

The Magic Life (2012)

Filmmaker Nelson Cheng follows three individuals as they try to turn their passion for prestidigitation into a career in magic.

Pankh (2010)

Pankh is a 2010 Bollywood film written and directed by Sudipto Chattopadhyaya and starring Bipasha Basu, Lilette Dubey, Mahesh Manjrekar, Ronit Roy, Sanjeeda Sheikh and newcomers Maradona Rebello and Amit Purohit. The film was released on 2 April 2010. The film is reportedly based on the case of child actor Ahsaas Channa, who's apparently a girl passed off as a boy in movies like Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna and Vaastu Shastra.

Left/Right (2009)

D. Ray Morton loses his big-city dream job and returns to his small-town roots to find his identity.

Complexx (2007)

Concert-goers become trapped in a maze and must take part in a deadly online game.

Revisited (2009)

A young film star interviews the great actors of Poland.

To Beat the Band (1935)

To Beat the Band is a 1935 American romantic comedy directed by Ben Stoloff using a screenplay by Rian James based on a story by George Marion, Jr. The film stars Hugh Herbert, Helen Broderick, Roger Pryor, and Fred Keating, and features Johnny Mercer in a small role. It was released by RKO Radio Pictures on November 8, 1935.

Exam (2003)

Exam (Romanian: Examen) is a 2003 Romanian drama film directed by Titus Muntean.

Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round (1934)

Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round is a 1934 American drama film with musical and comedic elements, directed by Benjamin Stoloff.

Stalin Thought of You (2009)

The life and work of Russia's greatest political cartoonist.

Southern Man (1998)

L.J. loses the one person who means something to him and embarks on a self-destructive path of kidnapping and revenge.

Más bonita que ninguna (1965)

Más bonita que ninguna is a 1965 Spanish film.

Karz: The Burden of Truth (2002)

Karz: The Burden of Truth is a 2002 Hindi action drama film directed by Harry Baweja and produced by Kaushal Godha. The film features Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty and Shilpa Shetty as main characters.

The Master and Margaret (1972)

The Master and Margaret (Serbo-Croatian: Мајстор и Маргарита, Majstor i Margarita, Italian: Il maestro e Margherita), is a 1972 Italian-Yugoslav film directed by Aleksandar Petrović. The film is an adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov's 1940 novel The Master and Margarita, although it mainly focuses on the parts of the novel set in 1920s Moscow. It won the Big Golden Arena for Best Film, with Bata Živojinović picking up the Golden Arena for Best Actor at the 1972 Pula Film Festival, and was selected as the Yugoslav entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 45th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Into the Blue (1997)

A British expatriate (John Thaw) investigates the mysterious death of a woman with whom he had a brief affair.

The Boy who plays On The Buddhas Of Bamiyan (2004)

The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan is a 2004 documentary film, directed by British film maker Phil Grabsky and released on 6 March 2004 in USA.

Hard Feelings (1982)

Hard Feelings (also known as Hang Touch) is a 1982 Canadian drama film directed by Daryl Duke.

Chain Gang (1950)

Chain Gang is a 1950 American drama film directed by Lew Landers, written by Howard J. Green and starring Douglas Kennedy as a newspaper reporter who goes undercover to expose political corruption and the exploitation of chain gang labour.

Don't Fade Away (2010)

Don't Fade Away is a 2011 coming-of-age drama film starring Mischa Barton and Ryan Kwanten. The film has been produced by Origin Entertainment Group and was shot in Los Angeles and North Carolina.It was released on DVD in Australia on April 6, 2011.

This Is My Affair (1937)

This Is My Affair is a 1937 crime film starring Robert Taylor, Barbara Stanwyck, Victor McLaglen and Brian Donlevy.

Little Shots of Happiness (1997)

Frances Collins works during the day and spends every night in random men's beds, until one man takes a special interest in her.

What Your Eyes Don't See (2000)

The owner of a political magazine is gunned down.