Gleason is a 2002 American-Canadian television film directed by Howard Deutch and starring Brad Garrett as Jackie Gleason.
Kolka Cool (2011)
Kolka Cool is a Latvian film. This is a film that depicts the mentality of the inhabitants of a small village on the Baltic coast. Three guys are trying to fulfill their lives by drinking beer, killing time and picking fights with neighboring villagers. The main character, Andzha, is trying to convince his girlfriend to marry him. The sudden arrival of his elder brother Guido starts a series of events where elevated self-esteem, pride and cravings for love that is stronger than death emerge as the dominant themes.
The Dead Hate the Living! (2000)
The Dead Hate the Living! is a 2000 low budget zombie film written and directed by Dave Parker and produced by Full Moon Entertainment.
Spoilers of the North (1947)
Spoilers of the North is a 1947 American film directed by Richard Sale and starring Paul Kelly, Lorna Gray (billed as "Adrian Booth"), and Evelyn Ankers.
A Killer in the Family (1983)
A Killer in the Family is a 1983 American made-for-television crime film directed by Richard T. Heffron. The film is based on the Tison v. Arizona case, which took place in Arizona in 1978. The film first aired on ABC on October 30, 1983, and was released on DVD by Warner Home Video in 2010.
Confess, Dr. Corda (1958)
Confess, Doctor Corda (German: Gestehen Sie, Dr. Corda) is a 1958 West German crime film directed by Josef von Báky and starring Hardy Krüger, Elisabeth Müller and Lucie Mannheim. It is considered to be a film noir, one of a number made in Germany during the decade.A Doctor goes to a meet a young woman in a park at night, only to find that she has been murdered before he got there. The police consider him the prime suspect, and put him under considerable pressure to confess.
La pirogue (2012)
The Pirogue (French: La Pirogue) is a 2012 Senegalese drama film directed by Moussa Toure. The film competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Act of Necessity (1991)
Act of Necessity is an Australian 1991 television movie about a couple who believe their daughter's cancer is caused by chemicals.
The Swimsuit Issue (2008)
Allt flyter (lit. "Everything floats", English festival title The Swimsuit Issue) is a 2008 Swedish film directed by Måns Herngren.
The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres (2012)
Filmmakers Joanna Natasegara and Richard Symons delve into the life of Shimon Peres.
The Laramie Trail (1944)
The Laramie Trail is a 1944 American Western film directed by John English and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Robert Livingston, Smiley Burnette, Linda Brent, Martin Garralaga, Emmett Lynn and John James. The film was released on April 3, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
Filmmaker John Weiley explores the continent and its animals, as well as the scientists who work there.
Final Engagement (2007)
A Miami crime boss uses his daughter as a pawn to join his family to a foreign drug lord.
The Circuit (2002)
«The Circuit» - is a 2002 arena-fighting film starring Olivier Gruner
Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo fights for justice at the International Criminal Court.
Blue Vinyl (2002)
Blue Vinyl is a 2002 documentary film directed by Daniel B. Gold and Judith Helfand. With a lighthearted tone, the film follows one woman's quest for an environmentally sound cladding for her parents' house in Merrick, Long Island, New York. It also investigates the many negative health effects of polyvinyl chloride in its production, use and disposal, focusing on the communities of Lake Charles and Mossville, Louisiana, and Venice, Italy. Filming for Blue Vinyl began in 1994. Blue Vinyl teamed up with Working Films to create the My House is Your House Campaign to turn the film into an organizing tool by increasing deliberate consumer advocacy and influencing industry change. The film received scrutiny when the DVD was released with portions missing from the original broadcast. Lori Sanzone, a woman diagnosed with angiosarcoma of liver (ASL), a type of cancer associated with vinyl exposure, had her diagnosis changed to a different disease. Also, after an out-of-court settlement, an Italian court ended a talked about in Blue Vinyl.
Donde tú estés (1964)
A doctor's (Stefano Accorsi) life takes a mysterious turn when his ambulance plunges into a river.
Chocolate Underground (2009)
Two friends bootleg chocolate after it is banned.
The Prodigy: Their Law - The Singles 1990-2005 (2005)
Outlaw Comic: The Censoring of Bill Hicks (2003)
Gimme Some Truth: The Making of John Lennon's Imagine Album (2000)
Kitty Hawk: The Wright Brothers' Journey of Invention (2003)
Four Shades of Brown (2004)
Four Shades of Brown (Swedish: Fyra nyanser av brunt) is a 2004 Swedish film written by the comedy group Killinggänget and directed by their member Tomas Alfredson. The film stars Robert Gustafsson, Johan Rheborg, Henrik Schyffert, Jonas Inde, Maria Kulle and Ulf Brunnberg. The film consists four interweaved stories about life tragedies, with settlements related to fatherhood as the common theme. It was produced by Sveriges Television.
The film won four Guldbagge Awards including Best Director and Best Actor for Gustafsson. In 2005 it was aired on television as four mid-length television films, which had been reedited with additional footage.
The 'F' Action (2005)
Darwin's Secret Notebooks (2009)
Alice or the Last Escapade (1977)
Alice or the Last Escapade (French: ''Alice ou la dernière fugue'') is a 1977 film written and directed by Claude Chabrol. The film is very loosely inspired by Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, including the protagonist's name being Alice Carroll (a combination of the Alice character and the author's pseudonymous surname).
Hey DJ (2003)
Hey DJ is an American 2003 film directed by Miguel Delgado and Jon Jacobs, produced by Agostino Carollo and Joe Chavez and starring Jon Jacobs, Charlotte Lewis, Tina Wiseman, Ivelin Giro and Terry Camilleri. It features the appearance of superstar DJs Carl Cox, Tiësto, Bob Sinclar, Ferry Corsten, Spankox, Marco V, Pete Tong and many others. Original movie soundtrack by Agostino Carollo aka Spankox.
Once in a Lifetime (2000)
Livet är en schlager (Life is a Schlager, also known as Once in a Lifetime or Hånden på hjertet in Danish) is a Swedish film released in 2000, written by Jonas Gardell and written by his usual directing partner Susanne Bier. The film features cameo appearances by many Swedish singers. The film was produced by Nordisk Film and Sveriges Television in association with Sonet Film and TV2 Denmark.
Levottomat 3 - kun mikään ei riitä (2004)
Addiction (Finnish: Levottomat 3) is a 2004 Finnish romantic drama film directed by Minna Virtanen. It is the last film in the Restless trilogy, preceded by Restless (2000) and Me and Morrison (2001).
'Weird Al' Yankovic: There's No Going Home (1996)
El Colombian Dream (2005)
El colombian dream is a 2006 Colombian comedy film directed by Felipe Aljure.
The Combination (2009)
The Combination is a 2009 Australian drama film, directed by David Field and written by George Basha. The film covers the relations between Lebanese Australians and Anglo Australians in parts of Western Sydney. Parts of the film focus on the 2005 Cronulla riots in Australia between Lebanese Australians and Anglo Australians.
Basha and Field met and began working on the screenplay in 2001. Principal photography began in 2008, taking place in and around the Sydney suburbs of Guildford and Parramatta. The film was released on 26 February 2009. It received generally positive reviews from critics. It also caused some controversy after two violent incidents caused the film to be temporarily pulled from some cinemas.
Second Hand Wedding (2008)
Within Temptation & The Metropole Orchestra: Black Symphony (2008)
Phooey, Rosa (2002)
Frankenstein & the Werewolf Reborn! (2000)
Frankenstein & the Werewolf Reborn! is a 2005 horror film directed by Jeff Burr and David DeCoteau (as Julian Breen). It stars Jaason Simmons and Ben Gould. It contains edited versions of both, Frankenstein Reborn! and The Werewolf Reborn!.
The Tour (2015)
The Tour (Serbian: Turneja, Турнеја) is a 2008 Serbian film directed by Goran Marković. It was Serbia's official submission for the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Raisins Sold Out: The California Raisins II (1990)
To Love Too Much (2002)
Extended Play (2006)
La cage aux zombies (1995)
La beauté de Pandore (2000)
Pandora's Beauty (French: La Beauté de Pandore) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Charles Binamé and released in 2000. The film stars Jean-François Casabonne as Vincent, a man whose unhappy marriage to Ariane (Maude Guérin) leads him to have an extramarital affair with Pandora (Pascale Bussières), only to witness his life falling apart after Pandora reveals that she is HIV-positive.The cast also includes Annie Dufresne, Pascale Montpetit, Annick Bergeron, Diane Lavallée and James Hyndman.
The film was shot in 1999 in and around Montreal, with a small amount of location filming at Lake Powell in Arizona. It premiered on February 17, 2000 at the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois.Bergeron received a Genie Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the 21st Genie Awards. The film received two Prix Jutra nominations at the 3rd Jutra Awards, for Best Supporting Actress (Guérin) and Best Original Music (Ned Bouhalassa, François Bruneau and Jean-Marc Pisapia).
Angelo, Fredo et Romeo (1996)
Dienstreise - Was für eine Nacht (2003)
Manika, une vie plus tard (1989)
Manika, une vie plus tard (1989) is a movie based on the concept of reincarnation, directed by François Villiers.
Manika Kallatil (Ayesha Dharkar) is a young girl who lives in an Indian fishing village in South India. She has visions of her previous life which is disturbing her.
The movie won the Prix du Public at Cannes.
Muzhskoye leto (1970)
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Under the Sea (1990)
The Waiting Time (1999)
Female Company (1999)
Lucky Luke 2 (1992)
Master Executioner (1966)
Call Me Genie (2005)
Ukroshcheniye ognya (1972)
Taming of the fire (Russian: Укрощение огня, translit. Ukroshcheniye ognya) is a 1972 film, directed by Daniil Khrabrovitsky and starring Kirill Lavrov.).
Lucy in the Sky with Diamond (2012)
The Floating Brothel (2006)
GWAR: Live from Antarctica (1990)
Witchbabe: The Erotic Witch Project 3 (2001)
Alien Escape (1996)
Claustrophobia (retitled Serial Slayer for home video release) is a 2003 horror thriller written and directed by Mark Tapio Kines. The films stars Melanie Lynskey, Sheeri Rappaport, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Will Collyer, and Judith O'Dea.
Dead Boyz Don't Scream (2006)
Dead Boyz Don't Scream is a 2006 homoerotic slasher film starring Monique Parent with male models familiar from Playgirl magazine.
During a photo shoot with photographer Roz (Parent) in an isolated spot, male models are being brutally murdered by an unseen killer. As they are picked off one by one, gay talent agent Tess Oster (Victoria Redstall) and her girlfriend, forest ranger Belle Van Dyke (Gina Marie) investigate.
The film has been shown at several LGBT film festivals across America and has been released on DVD.
The Mummy and the Curse of the Jackals (1969)
The Last Kamikaze (1984)
Half Way to Hell (1955)
Voices from the Graves (2006)
The Filthiest Show in Town (1973)
Filthiest Show in Town is a 1973 exploitation comedy film that stars Sandra Peabody, Rudey Hornish and Bernard Erhard.
La maison des filles perdues (1974)
Purple Glow (2005)
A Man for Emmanuelle (1969)
A Man for Emmanuelle (Italian: Io, Emmanuelle) is a 1969 Italian drama film directed by Cesare Canevari and starring Erika Blanc.
In the Realm of the Hackers (2003)
In The Realm of the Hackers is a 2003 Australian documentary directed by Kevin Anderson about the prominent hacker community, centered in Melbourne, Australia in the late 1980s until early 1990. The storyline is centered on the Australian teenagers going by the hacker names "Electron" and "Phoenix", who were members of an elite computer hacking group called 'The Realm' and hacked into some of the most secure computer networks in the world, including those of the US Naval Research Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, a government lab charged with the security of the US nuclear stockpile, and NASA. The film runs for 55 minutes and was inspired by the book Underground, by Melbourne-based writer and academic Suelette Dreyfus.
Jan-Gel, the Beast from the East (1999)
The Jekyll and Hyde Portfolio (1971)
The Jekyll and Hyde Portfolio is a 1971 American sexploitation slasher film produced and directed by Eric Jeffrey Haims. Loosely based on the 1886 novella Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, the film's plot concerns an insane killer with dual personalities who stalks and murders victims at a nursing academy. It stars Sebastian Brook, Mady Maguire, Donn Greer, Gray Daniels, John Terry, and Rene Bond.
Super Mario Brothers: Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach (1986)
Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach! (Japanese: スーパーマリオブラザーズ ピーチ姫救出大作戦!, Hepburn: Sūpā Mario Burazāzu: Piichi-hime Kyūshutsu Dai Sakusen!) is a 1986 anime film based on the Super Mario Bros. video game. Directed by Masami Hata and produced by Masakatsu Suzuki and Tsunemasa Hatano, the plot centers on Mario and Luigi, who go on a quest to save Princess Peach from King Koopa. It is notable for being the first movie based on a video game, predating the live-action Super Mario Bros. movie by seven years.
Mario Bava: Maestro of the Macabre (2000)
Slyozy kapali (1982)
Tears Were Falling (Russian: Слёзы капали) is a 1982 Soviet fantasy film directed by Georgiy Daneliya. The plot can be viewed as a modern interpretation of the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen The Snow Queen. It was the last film role of actor Boris Andreyev.
Blood Nasty (1989)
The Erotic Misadventures of the Invisible Man (2003)
Eurythmics: Greatest Hits (1991)
Blanche Maupas (2009)
El balcón de la Luna (1962)
The Balcony of the Moon (Spanish:El balcón de la Luna) is a 1962 Spanish musical comedy film directed by Luis Saslavsky and starring Carmen Sevilla, Lola Flores and Paquita Rico. Its critical and commercial failure illustrated the declining popularity of the Andalusian musical. one of the most popular Spanish genres of the 1950s.
The film's sets were designed by Sigfrido Burmann.
The Man Who Sold Himself (1959)
The Man Who Sold Himself (German:Der Mann, der sich verkaufte) is a 1959 West German crime film directed by Josef von Báky and starring Hildegard Knef, Hansjörg Felmy and Antje Weisgerber.
Der rote Rausch (1962)
Der rote Rausch is a 1962 German thriller film directed by Wolfgang Schleif and starring Klaus Kinski.
La historia de Bienvenido (1964)
La historia de Bienvenido ("Bienvenido's Story") is a 1964 Spanish children's movie. It stars Marisol.
Three Fables of Love (1962)
Three Fables of Love (French: Les Quatre Vérités, Italian: Le quattro verità, Spanish: Las cuatro verdades) is a 1962 internationally co-produced comedy film starring Anna Karina. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
Wilde Wasser (1962)
Wild Water (German: Wilde Wasser) is a 1962 Austrian-West German drama film directed by Rudolf Schündler and starring Marianne Hold, Hans von Borsody and Corny Collins. It was part of the post-war boom in heimatfilm.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Zehetner.
Hvis lille pige er du? (1963)
Hvis lille pige er du? is a 1963 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ghita Nørby.
The Creatures (1966)
Les Créatures is a 1966 film by Agnès Varda that recounts a story of a couple who have just moved to a new town and been in a car accident. The wife, Mylène Piccoli, has lost her voice in the accident and communicates through writing. The husband, Edgar Piccoli, is a science fiction writer working to produce his next book.
Les Créatures was an official selection of the Venice film festival, though it received mixed reviews. The film failed commercially.
Agnès Varda later recycled the leftover film stock from the film as the basis for her Ma Cabane de l’Échec (My Shack of Failure). Ma Cabane was made from film stock directly from the distribution copy and rearranged to form the structure of a cabin.
Der var engang (1966)
Der var engang is a 1966 Danish family film directed by John Price and starring Birgitte Bruun.
Brødrene på Uglegaarden (1967)
Brødrene på Uglegaarden is a 1967 Danish comedy film directed by Ib Mossin and Alice O'Fredericks. It was O'Fredericks final film as a director.
Our Home Is Our Castle (1971)
Ballade på Christianshavn is a 1971 Danish family film directed by Erik Balling and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Natürlich die Autofahrer (1959)
Of Course, the Motorists (German: Natürlich die Autofahrer) is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Erich Engels and starring Heinz Erhardt, Maria Perschy and Erik Schumann.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Haag.
The Egborg Girl (1969)
The Egborg Girl (Danish: Pigen fra Egborg) is a 1969 Danish comedy film directed by Carl Ottosen and starring Dirch Passer.
Sømænd og svigermødre (1962)
Sømænd og svigermødre is a 1962 Danish comedy film directed by Bent Christensen and starring Dirch Passer.
Passer passer piger (1965)
Passer passer piger is a 1965 Danish comedy film directed by Sven Methling and starring Helle Virkner.
The Veterinarian's Adopted Children (1968)
The Veterinarian's Adopted Children (Danish: Dyrlægens plejebørn) is a 1968 Danish comedy film directed by Carl Ottosen and starring Dirch Passer.
It's Nifty in the Navy (1965)
It's Nifty in the Navy (Danish: Flådens friske fyre) is a 1965 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Dirch Passer.
Going for Broke (1977)
Going for Broke (Danish: Alt på et bræt) is a 1977 Danish comedy film directed by Gabriel Axel and starring Preben Kaas.
Me Two (2008)
Me Two is a 2008 French comedy film directed by Nicolas Charlet and Bruno Lavaine. Original title: "La Personne Aux Deux Personnes"
The Black Panther (1973)