The Red Soul (2017)
More than 50 years after Josef Stalin's death, Russians remain deeply divided over how to deal with the memories of their painful past.
The Term (2014)
A report on Russia's political landscape, as seen from the viewpoint of the local opposition.
Quest for the Egg Salad (2002)
Adventurers seek sacred egg salad.
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.
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).
Computer hackers trying to break into the Vatican's mainframe unlock a deadly supernatural force.
The Debut (1977)
A 15-year-old student snaps after years of being picked on at home and at school.
Die, My Dear (2017)
After failing to resolve the conflicts within their failing marriage, a man and his wife each decide to poison the other.
A struggling young man tries to survive.
A man who is out for revenge holds an entire family captive at gun point.
A traumatic incident in her youth results in a woman not being able to determine reality from fantasy.
La supertestimone (1971)
La supertestimone is a 1971 Italian black comedy film directed by Franco Giraldi. For this film Monica Vitti was awarded with a Globo d'oro for Best Actress.
Have You Ever Wondered? (1947)
An attempt is made to find the answers to several questions that have plagued mankind.
One Nation Under God: An Untold Story (2014)
Looking past common misconceptions, this is a look at the many Muslim-Americans who, inspired by their faith, stand united with their fellow Americans.
Viktor Schauberger: Comprehend and Copy Nature (2008)
A portrait of Austrian naturalist and philosopher Viktor Schauberger.
Fishtales 2 (2017)
When Fifi and her best friend Lilly the Whale get lost during a field trip to visit a sunken ship, they embark on an adventure to return home and reunite a lost sea horse with her parents.
Lo que sé de Lola (2006)
A new neighbor makes life more interesting for a lonely man focused on caring for his mother.
LasseMajas detektivbyrå - Von Broms hemlighet (2013)
Two young detectives search for a sought-after coffin belonging to a famous composer.
Fabrizio's Initiation (2015)
A teenager searches for a romantic place where he can be alone with his girlfriend.
Ze wang (1973)
A detective rescues a kidnapped woman from jewel thieves.
Strawberry Estates (2001)
An expedition into a haunted insane asylum.
Turning Point (2011)
Three high school students take a life-changing road trip.
Fill 'er Up with Super (1976)
Le Plein de Super (also known as Fill 'er Up with Super) is a 1976 French comedy and drama film directed by Alain Cavalier. The musical score was composed by Etienne Chicot. The film is starring Patrick Bouchitey, Etienne Chicot, Bernard Crombey, Xavier Saint-Macary and Béatrice Agenin in the lead roles.
A once-promising athlete whose career was cut short due to a tragic injury turns to a life of crime.
Chand Aur Suraj (1965)
Chand Aur Suraj is a 1965 Indian Hindi-language film produced by Ganga Chitra and directed by Dulal Guha. The film stars Dharmendra, Ashok Kumar, Tanuja, Nirupa Roy and Asit Sen. The film's music is by Salil Choudhury. The film was remade in Tamil as Annavin Aasai with K. Balaji, Gemini Ganesan and Savitri in the lead roles.
Potam tries to warn his family of a pirate attack, but no one believes him.
My Mom Is a Character 2 (2016)
Minha Mãe é uma Peça 2 (en: My Mother Is A Character 2) is a Brazilian comedy film written and starred by Paulo Gustavo, based on his play of the same name. It is a sequel to the 2013 success "Minha Mãe é uma Peça" and was produced by Downtown Filmes and Globo Filmes in association with Paramount and Universal Pictures. Its release in Brazil happened on December 22, 2016 distributed by Migdal and Paris Films.
After its release, the film received mixed to positive reviews, with some critics praising its balance between humor and drama while others criticized the plot for repeating the same formula and not showing evolution from the first film.
Mira Edora (1990)
A mother and daughter fall in love with the same man.
Les quarantièmes rugissants (1982)
The Roaring Forties (French: Les quarantièmes rugissants) is a 1982 French drama film directed by Christian de Chalonge and starring Jacques Perrin, Julie Christie and Michel Serrault. The film was loosely based on the book The Strange Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst by Nicholas Tomalin about the death of the British round the world yachtsman Donald Crowhurst in 1968.
Les 4 saisons d'Espigoule (1999)
Residents of a gloomy-looking town stay upbeat and happy.
Red Cloud: Deliverance (2013)
Red Cloud: Deliverance is a 2013 film, about a Native American gun for hire, Jake Red Cloud, played by Alex Kruz, who is befriended by a young emotionally damaged girl Ann (Breanna Lakatos). The film champions the importance of children and their emotional life which the main character uses Native American spirituality to heal. Based on the comic book character Jake Red Cloud, Quechua from Red Cloud Comics in 2014, Red Cloud: Deliverance was awarded the Spirit of Comic Con by Wizard Entertainment to show at Comic Con Conventions during 2014 to 2015. The film and Alex Kruz won several notable awards at Mexico International Film Festival, Action On Film International Film Festival, Accolade Competition, Bare Bones International Film Festival, DC Independent Film Festival, Amiens International Film Festival, and nominated for best performance by the Maverick Movie Awards.
The film was named "One of the Top 10 Comic Book Movies of All Time" by Cinema Crazed.
Green on Green (2018)
A graduate student invites herself onto an ecology research trip.
The Enemy (1965)
Romeo and Juliet survive and live in hiding until their families find out about them.
The Bells (1926)
The Bells is a 1926 American crime film directed by James Young, starring Lionel Barrymore and featuring Boris Karloff. The story had been performed on the stage in the 19th century by Sir Henry Irving as The Bells. It was filmed previously as The Bells in 1918 with stage veteran Frank Keenan, and in a sound version, The Bells (1931), which are both considered to be lost films. Footage from The Bells was used in the short films The Mesmerist and Light Is Calling by Bill Morrison.
Lila's Book (2017)
A character in a children's storybook falls out of her paper world and becomes trapped in a place she doesn't belong.
Unknown Blonde (1934)
A hustler who makes up evidence in divorce cases finds out he is framing his own daughter.
In Transit (2012)
A quirky day dreamer becomes stuck in a malaise.
Blood Mountain (2017)
Three mountain bikers have a deadly encounter with hunters.
El libro de piedra (2009)
A child psychologist hired to help a millionaire's emotionally challenged daughter makes a frightening discovery about the girl's supposedly imaginary friend.
Penguin Rescue (2018)
When intergalactic space explorers get assigned their first mission, they must travel to a distant planet named Earth to save a little penguin that is stranded on a collapsing ice shelf.
A man tracks the criminals who killed his brother and assassinates them one by one.
Hole In The Wall (2014)
Seven tales of horror.
Pro Football (1934)
The 1933 National Football League champion Chicago Bears demonstrate various plays.
Laissons Lucie faire! (2000)
Lucien is recruited by the Secret Service and decides to hide it from his girlfriend.
A Haitian girl faces homelessness after her father dies.
Las aventuras de Don Quijote (2010)
Every night a mouse tells his children the story of Don Quixote.
The Last Adam (2006)
Old friends reunite for the funeral of their former coach.
Flying Elephants (1928)
Flying Elephants is a two-reel silent film from 1928 directed by Frank Butler and produced by Hal Roach. It stars Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as a pair of battling cavemen.
Yathra is a 1985 Malayalam film directed by Balu Mahendra. It is a remake of Mahendra's own 1982 Telugu film Nireekshana. It stars Mammootty and Shobana in the roles portrayed by Bhanu Chander and Archana in the original.
Chalay Thay Sath (2017)
A doctor tries to discover her past and future with help from her friends.
Hindustan Ki Kasam (1999)
Hindustan Ki Kasam is a 1999 Indian action film directed by Veeru Devgan and starring his son Ajay Devgn, Amitabh Bachchan, Manisha Koirala and Sushmita Sen. The film was an average grosser, despite taking a bumper opening. It broke the opening day record in India at the time of its release.
La grande sauterelle (1967)
A would-be kidnapper changes his plans when he meets a beautiful woman.
The Devil Plays (1931)
The Devil Plays is a 1931 American mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Jameson Thomas, Florence Britton and Thomas E. Jackson. It was given a British release under the alternative title of The Murdock Affair.
Amanda and the Fox (2018)
When 10-year-old Amanda finds a young fox and conspires to keep it as a pet, two shady Russians are also interested in it.
Elle voit des nains partout! (1982)
Snow White meets Tarzan, Robin Hood and others.
Above and Beyond: NASA's Journey To Tomorrow (2018)
As NASA celebrates its 60th anniversary, Discovery shines a spotlight on the historic institution taking us to the moon, to the surface of Mars, to the outer edge of our solar system and beyond. ABOVE AND BEYOND celebrates NASA's many accomplishments in space and catapults viewers forward to where its headed in the future. Directed, produced, and narrated by Academy Award®-nominated and Emmy®-winning Rory Kennedy ("Last Days of Vietnam,") the film examines the extraordinary ways NASA has changed not only our vision of the universe, but also our planet, and ourselves.
Mikey's Extreme Romance (2011)
A stalker makes a video diary to prove his love.
From Hong Kong with Love (1975)
Bons Baisers de Hong Kong (also known as From Hong Kong with Love) is a 1975 French film directed by Yvan Chiffre.
It is a parody of James Bond movies featuring Les Charlots with scenes shot in Hong Kong. Mickey Rooney featured in the film as well as Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell, stars of the James Bond films who appeared as M and Miss Moneypenny, respectively. It was filmed at the Shaw Brothers studios in Hong Kong.
Friends try to restore order to their apartment complex.
Yes or No: Come Back to Me (2012)
Pie and Kim continue their relationship after college.
After a man wakes from a coma speaking a fully formed but unrecognizable language, he goes on to baffle linguistic experts from around the world.
Vacationers discover that their idyllic resort is infested with giant, deadly pythons.
Young Girls in Black (2010)
Two disillusioned teenagers form a suicide pact.
The Cabbage Soup (1981)
La Soupe aux Choux (translation: "Cabbage Soup") is a 1981 French film directed by Jean Girault, based on a novel by René Fallet. It was the second to last movie made by French comedian Louis de Funès.
El regreso del vampiro (2013)
A vampire wakes up in unfamiliar surroundings.
Wet Weekend (1979)
Wet Weekend is a 1979 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Kichitaro Negishi and starring Junko Miyashita.
Boulevard des assassins (1982)
A former journalist-turned-writer investigates a series of murders and corruption in the south of France.
Wilson City (2015)
Two detectives and an experienced FBI officer head up the search for a murderer who has embarked on a rampage in Wilson City.
29 Februari (2012)
29 Februari is a Malaysian "fantasy biography" and romance musical film produced by KRU Studios, touted as the country's first stereoscopic 3D theatrical release. Directed by Edry Abdul Halim, 29 Februari tells of a man who only ages once every four years due to being born on 29 February, resulting in him ageing far slower than his peers. The film was theatrically released in 3D and digital 2D format in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei on 30 August 2012.
What to Do in a Zombie Attack (2006)
How to prepare for and survive a zombie invasion, including what to do if you are bitten.
Immensity of Justice (2006)
Young Lukasz, who was persuaded to study law by his father, listens to the story of a memorable murder case told by experienced lawyer Wilczek.
Coração Vagabundo (2009)
Brazilian singer-songwriter Caetano Veloso tours the U.S. and Japan promoting his first album recorded solely in English, "A Foreign Sound."
With a Smile (1936)
Avec le sourire is a 1936 French comedy directed by Maurice Tourneur.
Family Vanished (2018)
Family members return from vacation and discover that criminals have taken over their home and identities. They are held hostage and forced to drain a business account, and when they escape, they are named as suspects in the thefts.
Three friends find themselves trapped in an underground parking garage. They soon discover it contains doorways leading into the past and future.
Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend (1973)
Bruce Lee, The Man and The Legend (Chinese: 李小龍的生與死), also known as The Legend is Born of Bruce Lee and Year of the Dragon, is a 1973 Hong Kong documentary produced by Raymond Chow, and starring Bruce Lee. A follow-up/reworking of this documentary was released in 1984 under the title Bruce Lee, The Legend.
The Green Mare (1959)
The Green Mare (French: La jument verte) is a 1959 French comedy film directed by Claude Autant-Lara, starring Bourvil, Francis Blanche, Sandra Milo and Yves Robert. The story is set during the latter half of the 19th century and follows two feuding peasant families. It is based on the novel The Green Mare by Marcel Aymé.
The film premiered on 29 October 1959. It had 5,294,328 admissions in France.
A young man leaves his fiancee and moves to Mexico, where he becomes a famous matador.
Black Blood (2011)
An impoverished man sells his blood to pay for his daughter's education.
Three Day Two Night (2012)
A girl plans to break up with her boring boyfriend during a camping trip.
Always Further On (1965)
Always Further On is a 1965 Mexican drama film directed by Luis Alcoriza. It won the FIPRESCI Prize at the 1965 Cannes Film Festival. The film was also selected as the Mexican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 38th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Migrants try to reach the United States before the election.
Theodora, Slave Empress (1954)
Theodora, Slave Empress (Italian: Teodora, imperatrice di Bisanzio) is a 1954 film about Theodora, a former slave who married Justinian I, emperor of Byzantium in AD 527–565. It was directed by Riccardo Freda.
Into the Cave of Wonders (2014)
Filmmakers tour an ancient Spanish cave.
Chalo Paltai (2011)
Chalo Paltai is a 2011 Bengali film based on the lives and desires of the present generation children. Directed by Haranath Chakraborty and produced by Mahendra Soni and Shrikant Mohta under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films, the film features actors Prosenjit Chatterjee and Aryann Bhowmik in the lead roles, playing the roles of father and son respectively.This film is based on the Marathi film "Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho!". Music of the film has been composed by Anupam Roy. The film was released on 3 March 2011.
Dead Ringer (2015)
A young woman enters a nightmarish world of sex and dangerous people to find her missing twin.
Citizen Dog (2004)
Citizen Dog is a 2004 Thai romance film, directed by Wisit Sasanatieng and based on a novel by Wisit's wife, Koynuch, which was illustrated by him. The second film by the director of Tears of the Black Tiger, it is a colorful story set in contemporary Bangkok, where a boy (Pod) without a goal in life falls in love with a girl (Jin) who lives for her dreams. The film is frequently compared with the French movie Amélie. One of the main themes of the movie is that people will only find something from the moment when they stopped looking for it.
Two love stories combine with a Mafia episode.
Go Go Amigo (1965)
Go Go Amigo is a 1965 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert McKimson and stars Daffy Duck, Speedy Gonzales, and other mice in a big fight over music at Speedy's 12th birthday party in Mexico.
The Reunion (2017)
Three high school friends reunite 10 years later for a weekend getaway. But, secrets from the past have come back to haunt them.
The Sea Within (2007)
Ore Kadal is a 2007 Malayalam film written and directed by Shyamaprasad. The film examines the extra-marital relationship between an intellectual economist and a housewife. It stars Mammootty, Meera Jasmine, Narain and Ramya Krishnan.
Machhli Jal Ki Rani Hai (2014)
Machhli Jal Ki Rani Hai is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language horror film directed by Debaloy Dey. The film stars Bhanu Uday, Swara Bhaskar, Murli Sharma and Reema Debnath. It released on 13 June 2014. A sequel to the movie is also on cards.
Little Stones (2017)
The personal narratives of four women from around the world who are using art to create positive change in their communities. From a graffiti artist speaking out against domestic violence to a dancer rehabilitating sex-trafficking survivors.
A Time for Heaven (2017)
A nurse is assigned to an unexpected patient.
The American Brew (2007)
The history of American beer.
Paradise For Buster (1952)
Paradise for Buster (1952) is a private industrial film made by John Deere and Company, Inc. showcasing Buster Keaton.
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.
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.
Tartarin de Tarascon (1934)
A man brags about his imaginary adventures in Africa.
Naga Bonar (1986)
Nagabonar is a 1987 Indonesian comedy film directed by M.T. Risyaf. It was Indonesia's submission to the 60th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. In 2007, the sequel named Nagabonar Jadi 2 released.