Roswell Mysteries Decoded (2019)
Project ISISX (2018)
A Gentle Woman (1969)
A Gentle Woman (French: Une femme douce) is a 1969 French drama film directed by Robert Bresson. It is Bresson's first film in color, and adapted from Fyodor Dostoevsky's short story "A Gentle Creature" (Кроткая). The film was set in Paris at the time. The tragic drama is characterised by Bresson's well known ascetic style, without any dynamic sequences or professional actors' experienced and excessive expressions. Dominique Sanda, who plays the titular "gentle woman", made her debut in the film, starting her career as an actress. Bresson chose her just as a result of her first voice call. Although the film applies a background of 60s Paris, such as Muséum national d'histoire naturelle and Musée National d'Art Moderne, its theme adheres closely to the novella. Bresson subsequently made another adaptation of Dostoevsky, his next film Quatre nuits d'un rêveur (Four Nights of a Dreamer) (1971) based on White Nights.
Bowling for Soup: Live and Very Attractive (2008)
Bowling for Soup: Live and Very Attractive sees the peppiest punk band in Texas hopping across the pond for a rip-roaring U.K. tour featuring all the hits, including Almost, 1985 and Girl All The Bad Guys Want.
The Rock - The People's Champ (2000)
Wrestling Gold Vol. 2: The Maim Event (2001)
Tokyo Refugees (2014)
The Joker Game: Escape (2013)
Churchill's Darkest Decision (2009)
UFC 5: The Return of the Beast (1995)
UFC 8: David vs. Goliath (1996)
Rose Tattoo- Live in 1993 From Boggo Road Jail (2005)
Sing, Young People! (1963)
Underdog Knight (2008)
Angeli senza paradiso (1970)
Angeli senza paradiso ("Angels without Paradise") is a 1970 Italian musicarello directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti. It is an unofficial remake of the 1933 film Leise flehen meine Lieder by Willi Forst.
Ein Katzensprung (1977)
Joan Does Dynasty (1986)
Joan Does Dynasty is a 1986 short film written, produced, and performed by video artist Joan Braderman. The video was directed by Braderman with her then-partner Manuel DeLanda. It is not only a send-up of prime time soap-operas of the period, but also a skewering of the Reaganesque excesses of 80's popular culture in the U.S., examining the ways in which such iconic shows and other pop cultural objects functioned both as objects of desire and disgust.
Irish Folk Furniture (2013)
Irish Folk Furniture is a short film directed by Tony Donoghue which won the prize for Best Animation at the Sundance Film Festival. It uses stop-motion animation to breathe life into the disregarded pieces of furniture that frequently lie rotting in Irish barns and sheds, showing the process of renovating them and returning them to the homes they once inhabited. The short was produced by Cathal Black under the IFB ‘Frameworks’ animated short film scheme.
Uchithanai Muharnthaal (2011)
Uchithanai Muharnthaal or Uchithanai Mukarnthal is a 2011 Tamil drama film directed by Pugazendhi Thangaraj and assisted by Prashanth Ramamurthy. The film's plot revolves around a 13-year-old Sri Lankan Tamil girl, portrayed by child actress Neenika. The film also stars Sathyaraj, Seeman and Sangeetha, while featuring music scored by D. Imman. The film released in December 2011.
Člověk proti zkáze (1990)
Mario Banana II (1964)
Dark Echoes (1977)
Stregati dalla luna (2001)
Even Goede Vrienden (2019)
Chivas la película (2018)
Under the Skin (2000)
The Krays: The Prison Years (2016)
Crosstalk is a 1982 science fiction thriller film made in Australia and produced by the New South Wales Film Corporation.
Quando il sole sorgerà (2012)
The Buried Forest (2005)
Inside the Whore (2012)
Prolific Magic Egg (1903)
Ace Jackson Is a Dead Man (2015)
Trouble Indemnity (1950)
An insurance salesman enters Magoo's house hoping to make a sale.
Frontier Gunlaw (1946)
The Interrupted Bathers (1902)
Bedside Dentist (1971)
Bedside Highway (1972)
Jumpin' at the Bedside (1976)
The Little Match Seller (1902)
The Little Match Seller is a 1902 British short silent drama film, directed by James Williamson, retelling the classic Hans Christian Andersen fable of the sad life and tragic death of a little match seller. This major fiction film of the period was, according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "a serious attempt at depicting a person's inner emotional life on film through purely visual means, using trick effects not to provoke laughter but for serious dramatic reasons."
The Martyred Presidents (1901)
The Martyred Presidents is a 1901 American film directed by Edwin S. Porter.
The Year of the Tick (2004)
Morecambe Church Lads' Parade at Drill (1901)
Morecambe Church Lads' Brigade at Drill is a 1901 British short silent documentary film, directed by James Kenyon and Sagar Mitchell, showing the parade drill of the Morecambe Church Lads' Brigade on 3 July 1901. The film, which was premiered at the Wintergardens in Wigan on the same day it was filmed, was popular and went on to be shown at other venues in the North of England.
Adile Teyze (1982)
The Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special (2002)
Abuzer Kadayıf (2000)
Lipstiek Dipstiek (1994)
Los energéticos (1979)
Olsenbandens siste stikk (1999)
Mio padre Monsignore (1971)
Supersonic Saucer (1956)
La communale (1965)
It's Me, Sugar (2018)
Martin Luther King Jr.: Marked Man (2018)
Funny Women of a Certain Age (2019)
Birth of a Pride (2018)
Nepal Quake: Terror on Everest (2015)
Arabia Uncovered (2016)
The Specialists (1969)
The Specialist (Italian: Gli specialisti), also known as Specialists and Drop Them or I'll Shoot, is a 1969 Italian spaghetti western co-written and directed by Sergio Corbucci. It was co-produced with West Germany and France and was released in France under the title Le spécialiste and in Germany with the title Fahrt zur Hölle, ihr Halunken. The title is probably intended to partner the previous Corbucci western, The Mercenary.
Für eine Nacht... und immer? (2015)
Les vautours (1975)
The Vultures is a 1975 Quebec film by Jean-Claude Labrecque.
Flirty Four-Flushers (1926)
Flirty Four-Flushers is a 1926 comedy silent film produced by Mack Sennett and starred by Eddie Cline and Billy Bevan. Carl Harbaugh wrote the reelers of the film. It was distributed by Pathé. It was released on 26 December 1926.
Salamander is a 1928 Soviet-German silent biopic film directed by Grigori Roshal and starring Bernhard Goetzke, Natalya Rozenel and Nikolay Khmelyov.
Mexicali Shmoes (1959)
Mexicali Shmoes is a 1959 Looney Tunes cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng and starring Speedy Gonzales and the singing cats Jose and Manuel. Voice actors include Mel Blanc as the voices of Speedy Gonzales and Jose plus an uncredited Tom Holland as the voice of Manuel.
Birdy and the Beast (1944)
Birdy and the Beast is a 1944 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies and Tweety series. It was directed by Bob Clampett, the second Tweety cartoon he directed.
Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo (2012)
Kyoshinhei Tôkyô ni arawaru is a 2012 Japanese short fantasy monster action film directed by Shinji Higuchi and produced by Studio Ghibli. The design of the film's giant creature was provided by Hayao Miyazaki, from his manga series Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. Featuring practical effects such as miniatures, the film is Studio Ghibli's first live-action production.
Coping with Cupid (1991)
Coping with Cupid was a 1991 short sci-fi romance film written and directed by Viviane Albertine, produced by the British Film Institute.
Long Distance Wireless Photography (1908)
La Photographie électrique à distance, released in the United States as Long Distance Wireless Photography and in Britain as Electrical Photographer, is a 1908 French short silent comedy film directed by Georges Méliès.
Bars and Stripes (1931)
Bars and Stripes is a 1931 short film from Columbia Pictures, and part of the Krazy Kat theatrical cartoons.
The Terrorist (1963)
Il terrorista, internationally released as The Terrorist, is a 1963 Italian war drama film directed by Gianfranco De Bosio. It is inspired to real life events of the Italian partisan Otello Pighin. The film entered the 24th Venice International Film Festival, in which it won the Pasinetti Award.
Hua Yang De Nian Hua (2001)
Hua Yang De Nian Hua is a 2000 short film by Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai that was shown at the 2001 Berlin International Film Festival.
Gay Republicans (2004)
Gay Republicans is a 2004 television documentary film directed by Wash Westmoreland that focuses on four Log Cabin Republicans as they struggle with President George W. Bush's unequivocal opposition to gay marriage and are forced to make a choice: Whether to be good Republicans and support the President, or stand up for their civil rights as gay Americans. This decision afforded them a historic opportunity to affect the 2004 presidential election, but it also opens schisms that threatens the unity of the Log Cabin itself.
Stalk of the Celery Monster (1979)
Stalk of the Celery Monster is a 1979 short animated film written, directed and animated entirely in pencil by Tim Burton during his time as a student with the California Institute of the Arts.
The Hunt (1964)
The Hunt is a 1963 short Portuguese film directed by Manoel de Oliveira. The film is a grim, surrealistic short narrative film that contrasted with the positive tones of Oliveira's previous film. Due to censorship issues, Oliveira was forced to add a "happy ending" to the initial release of the film and was unable to restore his original ending until 1988. Because of this film and anti- Salazar regime comments Oliveira made after a screening of his previous film O Acto de Primavera, he was arrested by the PIDE in 1963. He spent 10 days in jail and was interrogated until finally being released with the help of his friend Manuel Meneres.
The Battle for the Republic of China (1981)
The Battle for the Republic of China is a 1981 Taiwanese drama film directed by Ting Shan-hsi. The film was selected as the Taiwanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 55th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. It won the Golden Horse Award for Best Feature Film in 1982.
Lodela is a 1996 dance film directed by Philippe Baylaucq, and produced in Montreal by the National Film Board of Canada. The film received eight awards, including Best Short Documentary at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival and a Special Jury Citation for its "formal beauty and poetic cinematic construction" at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film featured dancers José Navas and Chi Long, with Navas also serving as choreographer.
Twilight of a Woman's Soul (1913)
Twilight of a Woman's Soul is a 1913 Russian drama film directed by Yevgeni Bauer.
Geometria is a 1987 short fantasy horror comedy film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro. It is based loosely on Fredric Brown's short story, Naturally, which was originally published in Beyond Fantasy Fiction and later reprinted in the short story collection Honeymoon in Hell. Geometria was shot in Guadalajara, Jalisco in Mexico. It is the tenth short film del Toro directed, though all but 1985's Doña Lupe remain unreleased.
Electronic Labyrinth THX 1138 4EB (1967)
Electronic Labyrinth: THX-1138 4EB is a 1967 social science-fiction short film written and directed by George Lucas while he attended the University of Southern California's film school. The short was reworked as the 1971 theatrical feature THX 1138.
Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension (1996)
Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension is a 3-D Looney Tunes film formerly an attraction at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, England, Warner Bros. Movie World in Gold Coast, Australia, Warner Bros. Movie World in Bottrop, Germany and Six Flags Great America. The movie was the first computer animated movie viewed with 3D glasses to be produced in the world.
The Dragonfly and the Ant (1913)
The Grasshopper and the Ant is a 1913 Russian short animated film directed and written by Wladyslaw Starewicz.
The Pretending Lovers (2011)
The Pretending Lovers is a 2011 Chinese romantic comedy film co-written and directed by Liu Fendou. It stars Jiang Yiyan as Shen Lu and Huang Bo as her fake boyfriend. The rest of the cast includes Zhang Mo, Xia Jiawei, Wang Yansu, Li Haibin, Zhang Yuhan, and Gao Yifei. The film premiered in China on June 24, 2011. It tells a love story between a insurance salesman and a suspiciously psycho girl.
Nocturne 29 (1968)
Nocturne 29 is a 1968 Spanish drama film directed by Pere Portabella and starring Lucia Bosè.
Nee Kosam (1999)
Nee Kosam is a 1999 multi award-winning Telugu romantic drama film produced by Dondeti Bala Reddy under the Kalpana Creations banner. This movie marks the debut of Srinu Vaitla as a director. The film features Ravi Teja and Maheswari in the lead roles. This is also the first collaboration between Ravi Teja and Srinu Vaitla. The music has been composed R. P. Patnaik. The Film went on to win several Nandi Awards for the year 1999, including Rajatha Nandi, Nandi Award for Best Actress, Nandi Award for Best Actor Special Jury, Nandi Award for Best First Film of a Director and Best Screenplay Writer.
Cha Cha for Twins (2012)
Cha Cha for Twins is a 2012 Taiwanese romantic comedy film directed by Yang Yi-chien and Jim Wang.
Saadi Wakhri Hai Shaan (2012)
Saadi Wakhri Hai Shaan is a 2012 Punjabi movie directed by Gurbir Singh Grewal and written by Inder Roop Singh Ghuman. It is produced by Inder Roop Singh Ghuman, Dr. Sukhpal Singh Mangat and Bikramjit Singh Gill under the banner of Vibgyor Creations. The star cast includes Sangram Singh, Mandy Takhar, Gurpreet Ratol, Mannu Sandhu Binnu Dhillon, Rana Ranbir and Harpal Singh. Music has been given by Dilpreet Bhatia. Screenplay and lyrics are also written by Inder Roop Singh Ghuman.
Madhubana Kadai is a 2012 Tamil sociopolitical satire, directed by debutant director Kamalakannan and produced by Montage Media Productions. The story of the movie is based on the TASMAC shop, which has real-life drunkards in leading roles. Actor Rafeeq played the male lead role and Ishwarya played the female lead and both are new faces to Kollywood. The film was released on 2 August 2012 and received mixed reviews.
Real Dreams (2007)
Real Dreams is an Egyptian thriller film produced in 2007 starring Hanan Tork, Khaled Saleh. The protagonist, Mariam, is living a troubled life with her husband Ahmed. Suddenly, her life turns upside down when she starts having dreams of crimes that she discovers real on the next morning. Thinking she's the one who commits them while sleeping, she decides to stay awake.
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley (1918)
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley is a 1918 American silent comedy romance film starring Mary Pickford that was directed by Marshall Neilan and written by Frances Marion based upon a novel by Belle K. Maniates.
Bye June (1998)
Bye June is a 1998 South Korean film by Choi Ho. Four youngsters struggle with sex and drugs after their friend June's death.
Mickey's Steam Roller (1934)
Mickey's Steam Roller is a 1934 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by United Artists. In the cartoon, Mickey Mouse is the driver of a steamroller which is hijacked by his two nephews. It was directed by David Hand and features the voices of Walt Disney as Mickey and Marcellite Garner as Minnie Mouse and Mickey's nephews.
Sandhesam is a 1991 Indian Malayalam black comedy-political satire film written by Sreenivasan and directed by Sathyan Anthikkad, starring Thilakan, Sreenivasan, Jayaram, Siddique, Kaviyoor Ponnamma and Maathu. The film deals with unreal political activism existing in Kerala and takes major digs on the political parties in the state.
Unstoppable Marriage (2007)
Unstoppable Marriage is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It stars veteran actors Kim Soo-mi and Im Chae-moo alongside popstar and television actress Eugene and Ha Seok-jin. The film is Eugene's big screen debut, and is also the directorial debut of Kim Seong-wook, who previously worked as an assistant director on other films such as Fun Movie (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003) and Lovely Rivals (2004).
The Ax Fight (1975)
The Ax Fight (1975) is an ethnographic film by anthropologist and filmmaker Tim Asch and anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon about a conflict in a Yanomami village called Mishimishimabowei-teri, in southern Venezuela. It is best known as an iconic and idiosyncratic ethnographic film about the Yanomamo and is frequently shown in classroom settings.
The Speed Track (2007)
Speed Track is a 2007 Malayalam Sports film by Jayasurya starring Dileep, Gajala, Riyaz Khan and Madhu Warrier in the lead roles.