On ment toujours à ceux qu'on aime (2019)
The Covington Kids True Story (2019)
Kral Midas'in Hazinesi (2019)
The Ugly Model (2019)
All We Own (2019)
Everybody's Everything (2019)
Executive produced by Terrence Malick, Everybody's Everything is an intimate, humanistic portrait that seeks to understand an artist who attempted to be all things to all people. Creating a unique mix of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep was set to bring a new musical genre to the mainstream when he died of a drug overdose at just 21 years old. Everybody's Everything was produced by First Access Entertainment and Beamer Boy Productions, in association with Liza Womack (Ahr's mother). The film was produced by Ben Soley, and executive produced by Terrence Malick, Liza Womack and Sarah Stennett.
White Forehead 3 (2019)
Where Man Returns (2019)
Lotte and the Lost Dragons (2019)
Johannes Pääsukese tõeline elu (2019)
Bana Bir Ask Sarkisi Söyle (2019)
Until I Meet September's Love (2019)
The Deported (2019)
Taking Tiger Mountain Revisited (2019)
Starwars: Goretech (2018)
Khartoum Offside (2019)
Oru Caribbean Udayippu (2019)
Pity the Lovers (2019)
Alice is a 2012 Israeli drama film, written and directed by Dana Goldberg, her debut feature film.
Love Possibly (2018)
La Peor de Mis Bodas 2 (2019)
L-DK Hitotsu Yane no Shita, (Suki) ga Futatsu (2019)
La Deuxième (2019)
Klassikokkutulek 3: Ristiisad (2019)
Clean Hands (2019)
Big Blue Sea (2019)
Second Star on the Right (2019)
Lost and Found (2019)
My Sister's Kids in Jutland (2010)
Karla & Jonas (2010)
Behind Blue Skies (2010)
Behind Blue Skies (Swedish: Himlen är oskyldigt blå) is a 2010 Swedish drama film directed by Hannes Holm.
The Heritage (Danish: Slægten) is a 1978 Danish drama film directed by Anders Refn and starring Jens Okking.
Skæve dage i Thy (1971)
She's Wild Again Tonight (2015)
Under overfladen (1999)
Kun en pige (1995)
Heartcatch Precure! Movie: Fashion Show in The City of Flowers!? (2010)
Ghost Rockers: Voor Altijd? (2016)
Three heroes and the King of the Sea (2017)
Formula of Love (1984)
Formula of Love (Russian: Формула любви, translit. Formula lyubvi) is a 1984 Soviet romantic fantasy comedy film directed by Mark Zakharov, from a screenplay by Grigori Gorin. It is loosely based on the story "Count Cagliostro" by Aleksei Tolstoy about a magician who sets out to prove humans power against the gods by fabricating love without the influence of the gods. It also follows the story lines of the woman he is trying to force to fall in love, the family with which they are staying and the stories of his servants.
Text to Kill (2015)
Le jour de la comète (2014)
Bright Nights (2017)
Bright Nights (German: Helle nächte) is a 2017 German drama film directed by Thomas Arslan. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival. At Berlin, Georg Friedrich won the Silver Bear for Best Actor award.
Tokyo Grand Guignol (2015)
This Crazy Heart (2017)
Massacre County (2015)
Bingo Bongo (1982)
Bingo Bongo is a 1982 Italian family comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile and starring Adriano Celentano as an Italian Tarzan character escaping across Milan. The film also created an Italian neologism indicating wild animal-like language or behaviour.
Orphans of Eldorado (2015)
Muito Romântico (2016)
Rasga Coração (2018)
Absence (Portuguese: Ausência) is a 2014 Brazilian drama film directed by Chico Teixeira. It was screened in the Panorama section of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.
Sams in Gefahr (2003)
Fertility: The Shared Journey with Mercier Therapy (2016)
Kissed by Winter (2005)
Kissed by Winter (Norwegian: Vinterkyss) is a Norwegian film that first premiered February 11, 2005 starring Norwegian actor Kristoffer Joner and Swedish actress Annika Hallin.
Vinterkyss is similar to the Danish film Brødre in that it paints a very real picture of what can happen to family members in the event of an unexpected death. The movie is about the pain and sorrow that occurs after a loved one's death, as well as how love can appear in the most unexpected of places, even if it is not wanted. The film shows, in an authentic and convincing way, the daily lives of the characters, as well as what it is like to live in a very small community in a very large world.
Victoria (Annika Hallin) starts a new life as a doctor in small, snowy Norwegian town. The film is a story of Victoria's struggle to deal with the deaths of two people: one who was very close to her (her son) and the other very distant (a stranger).
Early one winter morning, a young man is found dead in the snow. Victoria points out that the circumstances surrounding the death are unclear, but the police officer figures that the dead teenager must have been hit by the snow plow and then buried under the snow. The stories of the two deaths become intertwined as Victoria tries to unravel the mystery of Darjosh, the young man found dead in the snow.
Although Darjosh's parents are very reluctant to deal with Victoria, as the movie progresses, they become closer. At the same time she begins a relationship with the town's snow plow driver, Kai.
Sea Tomorrow (2016)
El arriero (2009)
Tamagotchi: The Movie (2007)
Tamagotchi: The Movie is a 2007 Japanese animated film produced by OLM's Team Kamei division. It is the first Tamagotchi feature film ever produced, officially based on the digital pet franchise jointly created by Bandai and WiZ. It is directed by Jōji Shimura of Pokémon and written by Aya Matsui of Boys Over Flowers and was released in theaters by Toho on December 15, 2007, and on DVD on July 23, 2008 in Japan.
Impossible Dreamers (2016)
Cotton Patch Gospel (1988)
The Final Resolution (2016)
The Final Resolution is an in-depth examination of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 666 and how it parallels Revelation 13:16-18. Instead of interviewing politicians, reality stars, athletes, and scientists, everyday people from different backgrounds are interviewed, revealing how people like you feel about the relationship between the resolution and the biblical passage.
Where's Daddy? (2017)
All the Beautiful Things (2014)
All the Beautiful Things is a 2014 American documentary film written and directed by John D. Harkrider. The film premiered in competition category of U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014.
Snow White and the Magic Mirror (1994)
Bound and Gagged: A Love Story (1993)
Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters (2017)
Lucky Boy (2017)
Lucky Boy is a 1929 American musical drama film starring George Jessel. The film was mainly a silent film, with synchronized music and sound effects, as well as some talking sequences.
Torah Codes: End To Darkness (2015)
Moongirl is an animated short produced in 2005 by Laika. It was written and directed by Henry Selick and features a score by They Might Be Giants. It is the first film, and currently the only short film, produced by the company.
Bye-Bye Bin Laden (2009)
Sleeping Beauties (2017)
Das sündige Bett (1973)
Urotsukidoji III: Return of the Overfiend (1992)
Bound Cargo (2003)
Wholetrain is a 2006 German drama film directed by Florian Gaag. It portraits a group of friends spraying Graffitis on trains at night.
Seven Mummies (2006)
Inxs - Live Baby Live (1991)
Devil and the Deep (1932)
Devil and the Deep is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Marion Gering and starring Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, and Cary Grant. Based on the novel Sirenes et Tritons by Maurice Larrouy, the film is about a Naval commander who has alienated his wife due to his insane jealousy over every man she speaks to. After his obsessive behavior drives her to the arms of a handsome lieutenant, tragic drama ensues.
Boom Boom Sabotage (2006)
Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage is a computer-animated feature-length film starring Tony Hawk produced by Mainframe Entertainment. FUNimation Entertainment distributed the movie in USA and Japan, while Alliance Atlantis distributed it in Canada. In Mainframe's early productions, the movie was titled Tony Hawk in 'Boom Boom Goes the Circus', which uses cel-shading characters. Some of the early designs can still be seen in Mainframe's web site.
The Manor (1999)
The Manor is a 1999 Czech crime comedy film starring Greta Scacchi, Gabrielle Anwar, Martin Dejdar, who also served as co-producer, and Peter O'Toole. It is based on the play Ravenscroft by Don Nigro. It was the most expensive Czech film at the time of release.
Within the Woods (2005)
Within the Woods is a 1978 horror short film written, directed and produced by Sam Raimi. Raimi drew inspiration from his earlier short film Clockwork, deciding to produce a "prototype" horror film to help build the interest of potential investors. Raimi cast his friends Bruce Campbell and Ellen Sandweiss as the two protagonists and produced the film for $1,600. Shot on location in a remote cabin in the woods, production was a difficult process because of the low budget. Several of the special effects presented in the film were done in a severely low budget manner, some of which were improvised on set. The film centers around demonic possession and mysterious forces originating from the woods.
Judge is a manga series written and illustrated by Fujihiko Hosono, published in Futabasha's Action Brother and Comic Action Character. The story focuses on the Japanese hell, where judgment is passed on the living.
Tokyo Mafia: Yakuza Wars (1995)
Something to Think About (1920)
Something to Think About is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film stars Elliott Dexter and Gloria Swanson. Prints of the film exist at George Eastman House and the Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.
The Revolution of Juan Escopeta (2011)
Street Without End (1934)
Mikio Naruse’s final silent film is a gloriously rich portrait of a waitress, Sugiko, whose life, despite a host of male admirers and even some intrigued movie talent scouts, ends up taking a suffocatingly domestic turn after a wealthy businessman accidentally hits her with his car. Featuring vividly drawn characters and bold political commentary, Street Without End is the grandly entertaining silent melodrama with which Naruse arrived at the brink of the sound era.
Jackie Chan: My Stunts (1999)
Jackie Chan: My Stunts (Chinese: 成龍：我的特技) is a 1999 documentary about Jackie Chan's stunts, fights, and other related things and how he performs them. Throughout the film Jackie gives quick tutorials on how to execute various fight scenes under a budget.
Frank and Ava (2017)
The World Sinks Except Japan (2006)
Nihon Igai Zenbu Chinbotsu is a 2006 Japanese black comedy film directed by Minoru Kawasaki. It is a parody of the 2006 film Sinking of Japan.
City of the Vampires (1993)