Circulez y a rien à voir! (1983)

Circulez y'a rien à voir is a 1983 French comedy film directed by Patrice Leconte.

Petit Joseph (1982)

A boy's holiday with his grandparents ends when he returns home to chaos.

Karla & Katrine (2009)

Hoping to rekindle their friendship, a teenage girl invites her former best friend to spend the summer with her.

Don Camillo e l'on. Peppone (1955)

Don Camillo's Last Round is a 1955 French-Italian comedy film directed by Carmine Gallone, starring Fernandel and Gino Cervi. The French title is La grande bagarre de Don Camillo and the Italian title is Don Camillo e l'onorevole Peppone. It was the third of five films featuring Fernandel as the Italian priest Don Camillo and his struggles with Giuseppe 'Peppone' Bottazzi, the communist mayor of their rural town. The film had 5,087,231 admissions in France.

Justinien Trouvé, ou le bâtard de Dieu (1993)

Upon leaving his adoptive parents to join a monastery, Justinien learns secrets about his birth.

A Woman as a Friend (2014)

A Woman as a Friend (Italian: Una donna per amica) is a 2014 romantic comedy film written and directed by Giovanni Veronesi and starring Fabio De Luigi and Laetitia Casta.

Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt (2016)

Robbi and Tobbi build a vehicle for their adventure.

Plop en de Pinguïn (2007)

Plop and his friends go to the South Pole to get Pinki back home safely and launch a rescue operation to save all penguins from destruction.

Rattrapage (2017)

Guillaume and his friends plan to celebrate their diplomas with a trip to a huge global music festival, however, Guillaume is still working on completing his coursework.

Deathrow (2000)

Deathrow is a 2000 Filipino melodrama film, directed by Joel Lamangan, about an orphaned boy who's roped into taking part in a robbery that ultimately changes his life. The movie's plot is centered on 16-year-old Sonny Corpus, a resident of the slums of Manila. After being caught and convicted of robbery, Corpus is sentenced to death row. The film revolves around Corpus's life in prison and coping with his past actions.

Rude Boy Story (2012)

The history of French musical reggae band Dub Inc.

Ju-Rei: The Uncanny (2004)

Ju-Rei: The Uncanny is a 2004 J-Horror film directed by Kōji Shiraishi.

Rock Oo! Rimba bara kembali (2013)

Former bandmates reunite, determined to become the biggest rock stars in Malaysia.

Crimi Clowns 2.0: Uitschot (2016)

Clowns moonlight as dangerous criminals.

Jomblo (2006)

Four friends help each other find love.

Roc et Canyon (2007)

Teenagers ride a train.

Between Eleven and Midnight (1949)

Between Eleven and Midnight (French:Entre onze heures et minuit) is a 1949 French-Italian mystery film directed by Henri Decoin. It stars Louis Jouvet and Madeleine Robinson; Yvette Etiévant appears in an early role.

Andalousie (1951)

A young man leaves his fiancee and moves to Mexico, where he becomes a famous matador.

Aponi (2016)

A veteran police detective finds himself falling for an up-and-coming criminal defense lawyer who is almost 20 years his junior.

Anomaly (2016)

The arrival of a mysterious entity sets a disturbed man on a journey into the unknown.

Ay Ramon! (2015)

An evil woman kidnaps a man and Sinterklaas' horse.

The Spider's Lair (2013)

Babagwa is a 2013 Filipino drama film written and directed by Jason Paul Laxamana. The film stars Alex Medina as Greg, an internet scammer who falls in love with a wealthy old maid while trying to swindle her using a fake Facebook profile. The film competed under the New Breed section of the 9th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival. It went on to be screened in film festivals in Hawaii, Cleveland, Vancouver, and Warsaw.

Viva Cangaceiro (1969)

Viva Cangaceiro (originally titled as O' Cangaçeiro, also known as The Magnificent Bandits) is a Brazilian themed spaghetti western movie co-produced by Spain and Italy and directed by Giovanni Fago as his third and last spaghetti western.

Une femme à sa fenêtre (1976)

A Woman at Her Window (French: Une femme à sa fenêtre) is a 1976 French drama film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, starring Romy Schneider, Philippe Noiret, Victor Lanoux and Umberto Orsini. It tells the story of a woman who helps a union leader sought by the police in Greece in the 1930s. The film is based on the 1929 novel Hotel Acropolis by Pierre Drieu La Rochelle. The film had 1,205,887 admissions in France. At the 2nd César Awards, Schneider was nominated for Best Actress and Jean Ravel was nominated for Best Editing.

Bianco Apache (1987)

White Apache (Italian: Bianco Apache) is a 1987 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso.

Castle of the Banned Lovers (1956)

Beatrice Cenci is a 1956 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Riccardo Freda and starring Micheline Presle, Gino Cervi and Fausto Tozzi. It is also known by the alternative title of Castle of the Banned Lovers. The film's sets were designed by the art director Arrigo Equini. It is one of a number of films to portray the story of the sixteenth century Italian noblewoman Beatrice Cenci.

Tuya (2015)

A woman discovers an anonymous love letter for her husband, which has only a heart with the phrase "I love you", and it is signed as "yours".

Blood in the Water (2009)

Blood in the Water is a television film that aired on the Discovery Channel in 2009. It was directed by Richard Bedser. It is based on a true-life series of shark attacks that became the inspiration for Peter Benchley's novel Jaws. It was the season premiere of Shark Week on August 2 for the 2009 season.

Hitokiri (1969)

Hitokiri (人斬り) is a 1969 Japanese samurai film directed by Hideo Gosha set during the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate and based on the lives of the historical Four Hitokiri of the Bakumatsu. It is notable for starring the famous author Yukio Mishima.

Jani Dueñas: Grandes fracasos de ayer y hoy (2018)

Chilean comic Jani Dueas is over 40 and exposes her feelings on issues that are universal, from dieting and sex to ageing and motherhood.

Wet Weekend (1979)

Wet Weekend is a 1979 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Kichitaro Negishi and starring Junko Miyashita.

Garuda Di Dadaku 2 (2011)

A teenager dreams of leading his team to win a soccer competition in Jakarta.

Far from Sunset Boulevard (2006)

A gay director marries his leading actress to hide his homosexuality from the public.

Dharma Guns (La succession Starkov) (2011)

A speedboat accident sends a man into a coma.

Eyes of the Dead (2015)

After a plague of zombies invades a family’s once-peaceful hometown, the havoc they wreak is deadly. Eyes of the Dead is a zombie thriller that immerses the audience in a pulse-pounding, innovative survival experience.

Les rois mages (2001)

Les Rois mages (or The Three Magis, its unofficial English title) was a French comedy film released in 2001, made by Bernard Campan and Didier Bourdon. They also star in the film, playing the roles of Balthazar and Melchior respectively. Pascal Légitimus, the third member of the humorist group Les Inconnus, also stars in the film as Caspar.

El regreso (2013)

The Return (Spanish: El regreso) is a 2013 Venezuelan film directed by Patricia Ortega. The first Zulian film of this millennium, it premiered on 30 August 2013 in commercial cinemas in Venezuela.

Milano Palermo - Il ritorno (2007)

A key witness who helped convict a mafia dynasty faces the wrath of the late crime boss's son.

Concrete Romance (2007)

Concrete Romance (Italian: Cemento armato, literally "Armored Cement") is a 2007 Italian neo-noir film directed by Marco Martani.

The Under-Gifted (1980)

Les sous-doués (The Under-Gifted) is a 1980 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi.

De schippers van de Kameleon (2003)

De Schippers van de Kameleon (2003) is a Dutch family film with as main characters identical twins Koen van der Donk and Jos van der Donk. The actors are also identical twins, born March 6, 1988. The film is based on the books of Hotze de Roos about the adventures of the twins with their boat, the opduwer De Kameleon.

The Immigrant (1917)

The Immigrant is a 1917 American silent romantic comedy short. The film stars Charlie Chaplin's Tramp character as an immigrant coming to the United States who is accused of theft on the voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, and falls in love with a beautiful young woman along the way. It also stars Edna Purviance and Eric Campbell.

Comment j'ai rencontré mon père (2017)

An adopted youth thinks he's found his biological father.

Sai lor fah (2004)

Sai Lor Fah is a 2004 Thai crime-comedy written and directed by Yuthlert Sippapak. Filmed on location in Pattaya, it is the story of friends who become mixed up in an escalating series of crimes.

Los Flamencos (2013)

Three brothers plan one final heist before they grow too old to operate.

Make Me Shudder 2: Shudder Me Mae Nak (2014)

High school students travel back in time to fulfill a restless spirit's demands.

Lee & Cindy C. (2015)

A successful crooner and the lead singer in a grunge rock band embark on a rocky romance.

Zot van A. (2010)

A saint helps couples find their love again.

The Night Wears Suspenders (1985)

La Nuit porte-jarretelles (English title: The Night Wears Suspenders) is a 1985 French film directed by Virginie Thévenet. The film stars Jezabel Carpi, Ariel Genet and Arielle Dombasle.

Cent francs l'amour (1986)

An art photographer is able to make ends meet thanks to an enigmatic man.

Bad Ninjas Wear Gold (1977)

An assassin accepts an assignment from a man wearing a golden mask, and he is unaware that the assignment calls for him to call his brother.

I've Got You, You've Got Me by the Chin Hairs (1979)

A police detective investigates the disappearance of a star host.

Lady Ganga: Nilza's Story (2015)

When Michele Baldwin is diagnosed with cervical cancer, she takes it as a call to action and decides to paddleboard over 700 miles down the River Ganga, breaking a world record and spreading awareness about the disease.

Golf (1922)

Golf is a 1922 American silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy. The film has been released on DVD.

The Aristocrats (1955)

During the Burgundy era, a marquis learns of an impending revolt.

The Man of the Hour (1937)

The Man of the Hour (French:L'homme du jour) is a 1937 French musical film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Maurice Chevalier, Elvire Popesco and Josette Day. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Krauss. An ordinary man saves the life of a great actress by giving blood, and she in turns decides to promote him as a singing star.

Sunday (2013)

An estranged couple who are about to have a baby come together to take a chance at rebuilding their relationship in Christchurch, New Zealand, in the wake of devastating earthquakes.

The Accidental Detective (2015)

The Accidental Detective (Korean: 탐정: 더 비기닝) is a 2015 South Korean action comedy film directed by Kim Joung-hoon. It was released on September 24, 2015. The crux of the film is loosely inspired from Strangers on a Train.

Darkness Reigns (2018)

Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers, Alita: Battle Angel) plays himself in a clever spookfest from Emmy nominee Andrew P.Jones about a group of filmmakers shooting a movie in a reportedly haunted hotel that are faced with an unfathomable demonic force that possesses and attacks both the crew and the film’s star, Casper Van Dien. Will the film’s director be able to escape with the paranormal proof he has captured, or will he succumb to the hellish plans of the demon who has surfaced?

Atlantic Wall (1970)

Atlantic Wall (French: Le Mur de l'Atlantique, Italian: Un elmetto pieno di... fifa) is a 1970 French-Italian war-comedy film written and directed by Marcel Camus and starring Bourvil and Peter McEnery. It was Bourvil's last film.

Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten (2009)

A donkey, a dog, a cat and a rooster flee their farms after outliving their usefulness and have adventures while seeking new lives as musicians.

You I Love (2004)

You I Love (Russian: Я люблю тебя; Ya lyublyu tebya) is a 2004 Russian comedy melodrama directed by Olga Stolpovskaja and Dmitry Troitsky. It was the first ever film to come from Russia on the subject of homosexuality or bisexuality.

The Great Barrier Reef (1981)

A new generation of reef guardians are committed to protecting the marine reserve, making a difference and sharing their knowledge of the ecosystem.

A Roman Scandal (1919)

A Roman Scandal is a 1919 American short silent comedy film starring Colleen Moore, and directed by Al Christie.

Les arcandiers (1991)

The tribulations of three friends who dream of going to Brazil.

Sidestroke (1993)

Two friends decide to start their lives over in the small town of Annecy with a girl who works in a peep show.

End of the World Rocks (2018)

A former defense attorney hopes for peace and quiet when he becomes the sheriff of a rural county in West Virginia. His hopes are quickly dashed when a local drug dealer is murdered.

Drôle de père (2017)

After five years away, Antoine returns to Brussels, determined to confront his past. He knocks at the door of the woman he’s loved and left, but arrives just as she is about to go on an important business trip. The babysitter is running late and, in a moment of panic, she asks Antoine to stay with little Elsa for a few moments. Caught off-guard Antoine agrees, but the babysitter does not arrive.

Avant qu'il ne soit trop tard (2005)

Friends meet for a weekend in a mountain lodge, where secrets come out and relationships are tested.

Tout ça... pour ça! (1993)

Tout ça... pour ça! (English: All That... for This?!) is a 1993 French film directed by Claude Lelouch.

'Til Death Do Us Part (1995)

A dancer performs in a bad club.

Comédie d'été (1989)

After failing his officer exams, a colonel's son returns home and falls for an attractive houseguest.

A Major Inconvenience (2000)

A young soccer star falls in love with an older woman.

Dieu vomit les tièdes (1991)

Three men and a woman from a city in the south of France made a pact as teenagers to never forget that they were children of the poor.

Final Move (2013)

A disgraced ex-detective must catch a killer to save his daughter.

Romeo and Juliet: A Love Song (2013)

Shakespeare's tale of star-crossed lovers is retold in a contemporary trailer park rock opera.

Marcel Dassault, l'homme au pardessus (2013)

From World War I to the 1970s, an examination of the life of Marcel Dassault, who was a French aeronautical genius, a press magnate, an arms dealer and a politician.

Regarde-moi (2007)

A portrait of low-income housing neighborhoods on the outskirts of a city.

The Embryo Hunts in Secret (1966)

The Embryo Hunts In Secret , released in July 1966, is the first film made by Japanese director Kōji Wakamatsu independently of any movie studio. It was released just months after he had left Nikkatsu and formed his own company, Wakamatsu Productions.

The Gardener of Argenteuil (1966)

The Gardener of Argenteuil (French: Le jardinier d'Argenteuil) is a 1966 French-German comedy crime film directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois and starring Jean Gabin, Liselotte Pulver and Pierre Vernier.

The Beginning of Time (2014)

The lives of a broke couple in their 90s turn around when their son and grandson reappear.

Wonderland (2017)

A recently divorced woman is invited by her friend to spend Christmas on a farm, the only place they can afford.

Blood (2013)

A former leader of the Red Brigade talks to actor-director Pippo Delbono about the Italian armed struggle.

The Term (2014)

A report on Russia's political landscape, as seen from the viewpoint of the local opposition.

Bible Town (2017)

Three friends travel to Bible Town, where all of the inhabitants tell inspirational bible stories.

Deviance (2017)

Two gay men desperately try to escape their demons.

Dracula's Angel (2014)

A woman falls in love with Dracula.

The Land Beyond the Sunset (1912)

The Land Beyond the Sunset is a 1912 short, silent drama film which tells the story of a young boy, oppressed by his grandmother, who goes on an outing in the country with a social welfare group. It stars Martin Fuller, Mrs. William Bechtel, Walter Edwin and Bigelow Cooper. The movie was written by Dorothy G. Shore and directed by Harold M. Shaw. The film was made in collaboration with the Fresh Air Fund.

List of Merite (1992)

List of Merite (Tableau d'honneur) is a French film (1992) directed by Charles Nemes, starring Guillaume de Tonquédec, Claude Jade, Philippe Khorsand and François Berléand. Jules (Guillaume de Tonquédec) is a student at the Charles Martel college in Saint Germain en Laye, a private school for the lazy children of well-off families. A riotous teenager, but rather passive, particularly in his relations with girls, Jules is secretly in love with Cécile (Cécile Pallas), a pretty girl who attends a nearby state school. Alain Denizet (François Berléand), an assistant teacher at the college, but also an eternally unemployed actor, becomes Jules friend by introducing him to the world of the theatre on Saturdays, a world more relaxed than that of his family. His lovely mother Gabrielle (Claude Jade) is betrayed by her husband Paul (Philippe Khorsand). In a humorous moment, Jules' mom has an embarrassing time shopping for condoms, which she is getting because she's thinking about having an affair with a teacher (Patrick Guillemin) of her son. A former student, Christian Ribet (Eric Elmosnino), violently shatters this fine balance, going as far as to threaten the college's financial situation... "Contemplating an extramarital affair, Claude Jade attempts to discreetly shop for condoms, a cute twist on what is traditionally a teenage boy's awkward ordeal." (Variety, 1992) List of Merite is the starting point of three young actor's career: Guillaume de Tonquédec, Éric Elmosnino and Guillaume Gallienne.

Teen Spirit (2011)

All Amber dreams about is the crowning achievement to her perfect high school career: becoming Prom Queen. But when a freak accident leaves her eternal spirit in limbo, she is tasked with turning the school’s least popular student into Prom Queen.

Romaine (1997)

Three tales of a young woman with no friends, no hope and no desire, who goes on vacation, works at internships and loses her memory.

Let's Rob the Bank (1964)

Faites sauter la banque! English: Rob the Bank, is a French comedy film from 1964, directed by Jean Girault, written by Louis Sapin and Jean Girault, starring Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "Rob the Bank" (International English title), "El gran golpe" (Spain), "Balduin, der Geldschrank-Knacker" (West Germany), "Faccio saltare la banca" (Italy).

Dandelions by the Roots (1964)

Salad by the Roots (French: Des pissenlits par la racine) is a French comedy in black and white.

Le voleur et la menteuse (1993)

An escaped prisoner meets a young woman and falls hopelessly in love with her.

Lekcja martwego jezyka (1979)

A young lieutenant who has advanced stage tuberculosis begins to collect art as a way of giving meaning to his life.

Broken (2005)

Broken is a 2005 film edited by Alex Ferrari and co-written by Ferrari and Jorge F. Rodriguez, starring Samantha Gurewitz, Paul Gordon and Amber Crawford. The film had a limited run in theatres and was released to DVD.

Kiki of Montparnasse (2013)

A model becomes a celebrated artist.

V8 - Du willst der Beste sein (2013)

Some children form a bond over car racing, and they try to hide from the police.

Eco de la montaña (2014)

Echo of the Mountain (Spanish: Eco de la montaña) is a 2014 Mexican documentary film about Santos de la Torre directed by Nicolás Echevarría. It was one of fourteen films shortlisted by Mexico to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, but it lost out to 600 Miles.

Vive por mí (2017)

A tale about the fragile lives of four characters during one month of their lives. One of them, Ana, is waiting for a kidney donor.