Bauhaus: Gotham (1999)
Brian Setzer: Christmas Extravaganza (2005)
Angel of Darkness 4 (1996)
Christian Fuhlendorff - Mit Første One Man Show (2008)
Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers (2001)
KÀ Extreme: Cirque du Soleil (2005)
Away from Home (2001)
Herkes Kendi Evinde (Away From Home) is a 2001 Turkish drama film directed by Semih Kaplanoğlu. The film won 6 awards including at the Ankara International Film Festival and Istanbul International Film Festival.
Plasmaquarium Aquarium DVD (2004)
Boy Meets Dog (1938)
Boy Meets Dog is an American animated commercial short made in 1938 for Ipana Toothpaste. It was produced by Walter Lantz as a Technicolor cartoon for theatrical release by Universal Pictures. However, it did not see theatrical release, but Castle Films purchased it, and released it to the home movie market.
Rollins: Talking from the Box (1992)
Little Boy Blue (1933)
The Lamborghini Experience (2004)
Triumph Over Violence (1965)
Triumph Over Violence (Russian: Obyknovennyy fashizm, Обыкновенный фашизм — ″Common fascism″) is a 1965 Soviet film directed by Mikhail Romm. The film is also known as Echo of the Jackboot in the United Kingdom and Trumps Over Violence in the USA. It is mainly in the form of annotated excerpts of archival film in order to describe the rise and fall of fascism, and especially the example of Nazi Germany.
Paragraf 78 - Film vtoroy (2007)
The Gaucho Priest (1941)
The Gaucho Priest (Spanish: El cura gaucho) is a 1941 Argentine historical film directed by Lucas Demare. The film's art direction was by Ralph Pappier.
The Wrong People (2017)
Senza filtro (2001)
Without filter (Italian: Senza filtro) is a 2001 Italian film directed by Mimmo Raimondi starring J-Ax, DJ Jad and Luciano Federico. The film stars the hip hop duo Articolo 31 in their acting debut.
School Girl's Gestation (2014)
Hurrah! I'm a Papa (1939)
Hurrah! I'm a Father or Hurrah! I'm a Papa (German: Hurra, ich bin Papa) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Heinz Rühmann, Albert Florath and Walter Schuller. Peter, a dissolute student, ignores his wealthy farmer father's attempts to get him to reform. However, when he finds a small child left in a room with a note attached explaining that he is the child's father he is forced to become a changed man. He hires a young woman to act as the child's nurse not realizing that she is really the child's mother.
Geliebter Schatz (1943)
Ein Mann mit Grundsätzen? (1943)
A Man With Principles? (German: Ein Mann mit Grundsätzen?) is a 1943 German comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Hans Söhnker, Elfie Mayerhofer and Sigrid Becker. A young female chemist moves to Hamburg for research where she encounters a handsome, but extremely sexist male colleague. Eventually she manages to conquer his affections and changes his attitude towards woman.
Tempestuous Love (1957)
The Night of the Storm or Tempestuous Love (German: Wie ein Sturmwind) is a 1957 West German drama film directed by Falk Harnack and starring Lilli Palmer, Ivan Desny and Willy A. Kleinau.It was made at the CCC Studios in Berlin with sets designed by Ernst Schomer and Hans Jürgen Kiebach. Location shooting took place in Munich and Messina in Italy.
Decoy (German: Lockvogel) is a 1934 German adventure film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Jakob Tiedtke, Viktor de Kowa and Jessie Vihrog. A separate French-language version The Decoy was released the following year with a largely different cast.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Artur Günther and Fritz Maurischat . It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios and on location in Hamburg, Turkey and the North Sea.
The DC Video (2003)
Básicamente un pozo (2009)
The Slit-Mouthed Woman 0: The Beginning (2008)
So You Don't Know Korff Yet? (1938)
So You Don't Know Korff Yet? (German:Nanu, Sie kennen Korff noch nicht?) is a 1938 German comedy crime film directed by Fritz Holl and starring Heinz Rühmann, Victor Janson and Franz Schafheitlin.
Underneath the Arches (1937)
Underneath the Arches is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Redd Davis and starring Bud Flanagan, Chesney Allen, Stella Moya, Lyn Harding and Edmund Willard. Flanagan and Allen formed part of the comedy ensemble known as the Crazy Gang. It was made by Julius Hagen's Twickenham Studios as part of its ambitious production schedule following its abandonment of quota quickies.
Two down-on-their-luck Englishmen travel by ship to a South American country where they foil one revolution, and then accidentally start another.
Disregarded People (2014)
Die ewige Maske (1935)
The Eternal Mask (German: Die ewige Maske) is a 1935 Austrian-Swiss drama film directed by Werner Hochbaum and starring Peter Petersen, Mathias Wieman and Franz Schafheitlin. The film was amongst the best ten foreign films of the year judged by the 1937 American National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. It also ran in competition at the 3rd Venice International Film Festival.
Heute fängt mein Leben an (2006)
Cannibal Tours (1988)
Cannibal Tours is a 1988 quasi-documentary film by Australian director and cinematographer Dennis O'Rourke. While it borrows heavily from ethnographic modes of representation, the film is a biting commentary on the nature of modernity. The film is also widely celebrated for its depiction of Western touristic desires and exploitation among a 'tribal' people.
The film follows a number of affluent European and American tourists and ecotourists as they travel from village to village along the middle Sepik River in Papua New Guinea. Most of the villages in the film are inhabited by the Iatmul people. The film shows the tourists driving hard bargains for local handcrafts such as woodcarvings and baskets, relentlessly taking photos of local people, handing out cigarettes, balloons, and perfume, viewing staged dance performances, and offering naive comments on native people living in harmony with nature. The film, too, tacks between the tourists and black-and-white photographs from the era of German colonialism of New Guinea (1880s-1914). With some prodding, the tourists unwittingly reveal an unattractive and pervasive ethnocentrism to O'Rourke's cameras. The tourists thus become somewhat dehumanized by the filmmaker's camera even as they themselves dehumanize and exoticize even the most mundane aspects of Sepik River life.
The title of the film can be read in at least a couple of ways. At one point early in the film, a German tourist, clearly titillated, describes the bygone practice of raiding and cannibalism. He is obsessed with cannibalism, asking local men about the former practice, and snapping photos of locations where local people once practiced headhunting; other tourists also attempt to discuss the "symbolic" meaning of cannibalism. But the narrative plot of the film is to portray the tourists as the real cannibals who consume the world through their arrogance, acquisitiveness, primitivist fantasies of indigenous people, and photography (the cameras in the film double for the guns of past colonial administrators). In short, the film presents the tourists as the people driven by truly bizarre beliefs and behaviors. By contrast, the local people are represented as eminently practical and reasonable. Thus the 'natives' display the rationale logic of modernity, while the Western tourists are guilty of the very irrational traits they attribute to the natives. The climax of the film is when a group of tourists, faces painted in 'native fashion' by local men from one village (Tambunum), prance, dance, and assume a boxing stance to the music of Mozart. The message is clearly: we (the tourists) have finally succeeded in our quest for the primitive, and he is us.
Fantozzi in Heaven (1993)
Fantozzi in Paradiso (1993) is the eighth film of "Fantozzi" film series. In this film, Fantozzi dies. It is followed by Fantozzi - il ritorno (1996).
Frankie Boyle: Live (2008)
Spogliamoci così, senza pudor... (1976)
Sex with a Smile II (originally titled Spogliamoci così, senza pudor) is a 1976 commedia sexy all'italiana film directed by Sergio Martino. Like its predecessor, Sex with a Smile, it is an anthology sex comedy film with a series of four comedic sketches that parody Italian sexual mores.
The Battle of The Alamo (1996)
Späte Aussicht (2007)
Das Ekel (1939)
The Scoundrel or The Grouch (German:Das Ekel) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Hans Moser, Josefine Dora and Herma Relin. It is based on the play The Scoundrel by Hans Reimann and Toni Impekoven, which had previously been made into a 1931 film.
Hip Hop Abs (2007)
Dom na końcu drogi (2013)
Global Waste: The Scandal of Food Waste (2016)
Kiepie & Kandas (1980)
Garden of Luxor (1972)
Into the Night (2002)
Offside (Turkish: Dar Alanda Kısa Paslaşmalar) is a 2000 Turkish comedy-drama film, written and directed by Serdar Akar, about a local amateur football that hopes to win the league championship. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on December 8, 2000 (2000-12-08), won four awards at the 20th Istanbul International Film Festival, including Best Turkish Film of the Year and the People's Choice Award. It was described by author Rekin Teksoy as having a "less innovative albeit fluent style" in comparison to the director's debut film On Board (Turkish: Gemide, 1998).
Torakku yarô: Bôkyô Ichibanboshi (1976)
Love in Flight (1967)
Amor en el aire (English language:Love in Flight) is a 1967 romantic comedy film, a co-production between Spain and Argentina directed and written by Luis César Amadori with Jesús María de Arozamena.
Qaid Mein Hai Bulbul (1992)
The Musical Brain (2009)
Sunshine Ahead (2010)
Jam Films 2 (2004)
Historias de las Montañas de la Bruma (2008)
Ein Robinson (1940)
A German Robinson Crusoe (German: Ein Robinson) is a 1940 German drama film directed by Arnold Fanck and starring Herbert A.E. Böhme, Marieluise Claudius, and Claus Clausen. Written by Arnold Fanck and Rolf Meyer, the film is a modern-day Robinson Crusoe story about a man so angry about the post-World War I conditions in Weimar Germany that he voluntarily goes to live on a desert island. The film was shot partly on location in South America.
Das Fräulein von Barnhelm (1940)
The Girl from Barnhelm (German:Das Fräulein von Barnhelm) is a 1940 German historical comedy film directed by Hans Schweikart and starring Käthe Gold, Ewald Balser and Fita Benkhoff. It is an adaptation of the 1767 play Minna von Barnhelm by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing.
Spell of the Circus (1931)
The Spell of the Circus (1931) is a Universal 10-chapter movie serial. Francis X. Bushman Jr. played the trick horseback rider/ hero Jack Grant. This is considered to be a lost film.
Playthings of Hollywood (1930)
Andreas Schlüter (1942)
Andreas Schlüter is a 1942 German historical drama film directed by Herbert Maisch and starring Heinrich George, Mila Kopp and Olga Tschechowa. It portrays the life of the eighteenth century German architect Andreas Schlüter.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Hermann Asmus, Kurt Herlth and Robert Herlth.
Romance of the Rockies (1937)
Tempête sur l'Asie (1938)
Storm Over Asia (French: Tempête sur l'Asie) is a 1938 French drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Conrad Veidt, Sessue Hayakawa and Madeleine Robinson.
The Forgotten Woman (1939)
The Forgotten Woman is a 1939 American drama film directed by Harold Young and written by Lionel Houser and Harold Buchman. The film stars Sigrid Gurie, William Lundigan, Eve Arden, Donald Briggs, Donnie Dunagan and Elisabeth Risdon. The film was released on July 7, 1939, by Universal Pictures.
Anything Might Happen (1935)
Anything Might Happen is a 1934 British crime film directed by George A. Cooper and starring John Garrick, Judy Kelly and Martin Walker. It was made as a quota quickie at Twickenham Studios for release by the American company RKO.
Dressed to Thrill (1935)
Dressed to Thrill is a 1935 American musical film directed by Harry Lachman and written by Samson Raphaelson. The film stars Tutta Rolf, Clive Brook, Robert Barrat, Nydia Westman and Dina Smirnova. The film was released on August 16, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation.
It was a remake of the 1932 French film The Dressmaker of Luneville which had also been directed by Lachman.
Los crímenes del día de todos los santos (2016)
The Tenor (2014)
Cacú: un cambio por la vida (2019)
#chicagoGirl: The Social Network Takes on a Dictator (2013)
Dog Man (2015)
The Umbilical Brothers: Not Suitable for Children (2017)
Strife Over the Boy Jo (1937)
Inheriting War (2016)
Precision: The Child Drug Trafficking (2018)
Oh, diese Männer (1941)
Footlights and Fools (1929)
Footlights and Fools is a 1929 American pre-Code film directed by William A. Seiter that was billed by Warner Brothers as an all-talking musical film and released in Vitaphone with Technicolor sequences.
Dr. Semmelweis (1950)
Semmelweis – Retter der Mütter is an East German film. It was released in 1950.
Jitsuroku gaiden: Osaka dengeki sakusen (1976)
Poochho Mere Dil Se (2004)
Ships of Hate (1931)
Stimme des Herzens (1942)
The Hour of Liberation Has Arrived (1974)
The Boy Can't Help It (2002)
Pan 1 (1974)
Las eróticas vacaciones de Stela (1978)
Sleepy Eyes of Death: Sword of Satan (1965)
The swords of angry samurai may not cause Kyoshiro much trouble, but the deadly wiles of two women may be more difficult to survive!
Queensbury Rules (2011)
Laibach: Pobeda pod suncem (1988)
Tokyo Train Girls 4: Young Wife's Desires (2006)
When it Will Be Silent (2010)
Year Zero: The Silent Death of Cambodia (1979)
Year Zero: The Silent Death of Cambodia is a 1979 British television documentary written and presented by the Australian journalist John Pilger, which was produced and directed by David Munro for the ITV network by Associated Television (ATV). First transmitted on 30 October 1979, for this documentary the filmmakers entered Cambodia in the wake of the overthrow of the Pol Pot regime.
The film recounts the bombing of Cambodia by the United States in 1970 during the Vietnam War, the subsequent brutality and genocide that occurred when Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge militia took over, the poverty and suffering of the people, and the limited aid since given by the West. Pilger's first report on Cambodia was published in a special issue of the Daily Mirror.
Following the programme, some $45 million was raised, unsolicited, in mostly small donations, including almost £4 million raised by schoolchildren in the UK. This funded the first substantial relief to Cambodia, including the shipment of life-saving drugs such as penicillin, and clothing to replace the black uniforms people had been forced to wear. According to Brian Walker, director of Oxfam, "a solidarity and compassion surged across our nation" from the broadcast of Year Zero.
During the filming of Cambodia Year One, the team were warned that Pilger was on a Khmer Rouge 'death list.' In one incident, they narrowly escaped an ambush.
The documentary has been released on DVD as part of Network DVD's ITV 60 compilation box set as well as sets under Pilger's own name.