Rodeo (1969)

Oko na Roki (2018)

NIGGA (2018)

Viola: The Traveling Rooms of a Little Giant (2008)

Peter Pannekoek: Zacht van Binnen (2017)

Cuando las mujeres mandan (1951)

When Women Rule (Spanish: Cuando las mujeres mandan) is a 1951 Cuban musical comedy film directed by Joseph P. Mawra and starring Federico Piñero, Alberto Garrido and Germán Valdés. The Mexican star Valdés, also known as Tin Tan, was loaned out by his Mexican studio for the film.

Unter Dir Die Stadt (2010)

The City Below (German: Unter dir die Stadt) is a 2010 German film directed by Christoph Hochhäusler. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.

Feuer bewahren, nicht Asche anbeten (2016)

Pink Floyd: Then and Now (2012)

Prince Of The Nile: The Story Of Moses (1998)

Shaheed: The Story of a CRPF Cobra Commando (2016)

Live Life Dearest (2014)

Butterflies (1973)

Die Partei (2009)

The ROMEOWS (Retired Older Men Eating Out Wednesdays) (2013)

BreadCrumbs (2011)

Meier Müller Schmidt (2016)

Faccio Un Salto All'avana (2011)

Diamantenhochzeit (2010)

A tus espaldas (2011)

Behind You (Spanish: A tus espaldas) is a 2011 Ecuadorian drama film written and directed by Tito Jara.

Grossstadtklein (2013)

Diabolicamente... Letizia (1975)

The True Story of Palestine (1962)

A Very Pink Christmas (2011)

Linda P's Hovedpine? (2014)

Housos vs. Authority (2012)

Housos vs. Authority is an Australian film, based upon the stories and characters of the Housos television series, created by Paul Fenech. The film was released to Australian cinemas on 1 November 2012, following several pre-release screenings around the country. Directed, produced and written by Fenech, the film was made for a modest budget of $200,000 and was distributed by Transmission Films. Upon release, the film was a box office success, grossing $1,386,692 throughout Australia.

Daan's Inheritance (2016)

Giselle (2013)

Giselle is a 2013 New Zealand drama film written and directed by Toa Fraser. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film is based on the 2012 production Giselle, performed by The Royal New Zealand Ballet which many of the cast members are part of.

Exit (2008)

Bud's Best - Die Welt des Bud Spencer (2012)

Zwerg Nase (1953)

Das Schulgespenst (1987)

Mother Holly (1961)

Engel im Abendkleid (1951)

Show! (2013)

Bonobo: The North Borders Tour - Live (2015)

Bao biao (1976)

Path of Blood (2013)

Japan, 1614. War is over. Samurai displaced through defeat or reform wander the countryside as Ronin, seeking work where they can find it. At the edge of a forgotten village lies a path leading deep into the mountains. It is rumored the brave few who make it down the path will be rewarded with a life of freedom and purpose. However, none who have entered the path have returned. When a lone samurai sets his course towards the Path of Blood, unknown danger and terror awaits. Will his great swordsmanship be enough to survive?

My Friends Tigger and Pooh - Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (2007)

Ginî piggu: Manhôru no naka no ningyo (1988)

Farewell, Friend (1968)

Adieu l’ami (also known as Farewell, Friend, reissued as Honor Among Thieves) is a 1968 French-Italian film directed by Jean Herman and produced by Serge Silberman, with a screenplay by Sebastien Japrisot. The film was a big success in Europe and was crucial to Charles Bronson's career, making him a star over there, after being pigeonholed as a supporting actor in Hollywood.

Denver and Rio Grande (1952)

Denver and Rio Grande is a western film, directed by Byron Haskin and released by Paramount Pictures in 1952. The film is a dramatization of the building of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, which was chartered in 1870. It was filmed in the summer of 1951 on location on actual D&RG track (now the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad) near Durango, Colorado. The film's storyline is a fictional account based on two factual right-of-way struggles in 1878-1879 between the D&RG and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (here the Cañon City & San Juan RR ): across the Raton Pass from Trinidad, Colorado to Raton, New Mexico, where an armed confrontation actually took place, and the "Royal Gorge War" over a route between Cañon City and Leadville, Colorado." Filming began shortly after the release of Santa Fe, starring Randolph Scott. which interpreted the railroad war from the point of view of the AT&SF. Santa Fe, however, had been filmed in Prescott, Arizona, without access to the actual locations, and portrayed the D&RG as an honorable competitor. Both films followed an entirely fictional depiction in the 1950 western A Ticket to Tomahawk, which was shot on the same Silverton Line trackage as Denver and Rio Grande. Denver and Rio Grande features a spectacular head-on collision between two Denver and Rio Grande Western locomotives that were slated for retirement and scrapping, filmed July 17, 1951.

Psychic School Wars (2012)

Nerawareta Gakuen (ねらわれた学園), known as Psychic School Wars in the western world, is a 1973 science fiction novel by Taku Mayumura. It has been adapted into four television dramas – in 1977, 1982, 1987, and 1997. Two live-action films were produced in 1981 and 1997. A 2012 anime film directed by Ryosuke Nakamura was produced by Sunrise and received comparisons to the works of Makoto Shinkai.

Tenement (1985)

Tenement (also known as Game of Survival and Slaughter in the South Bronx) is a 1985 American exploitation thriller film directed by Roberta Findlay. The film follows the violent chaos that ensues when the tenants of an apartment house in a South Bronx slum rise up against the brutal, drug-pushing street gang that attempts to take over their apartment and terrorize them. The film was given an X rating by the Motion Picture Association of America, and is one of a small number of films to receive such a rating solely for violence.

Kitaro (2007)

The Mafu Cage (1978)

The Mafu Cage is a 1978 American psychological thriller film directed by Karen Arthur, and starring Carol Kane and Lee Grant. Arthur worked with screenwriter Don Chastain to loosely adapt Eric Westphal's play Toi et Tes Nuages, which she had seen in Paris in 1975. The finished product premiered at Cannes in 1978.

Virgin Killer (1978)

Red Rings of Fear (Italian: Enigma rosso, German: Orgie des Todes, Spanish: Tráfico de menores), also known as Virgin Terror, Rings of Fear and Trauma, is a 1978 Italian-German-Spanish giallo film directed by Alberto Negrin.

Ballet (1989)

Étoile, also known as Ballet or Star, is a 1989 film starring Jennifer Connelly and Gary McCleery.

The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971)

The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (Italian: Lo strano vizio della Signora Wardh; released as Blade of the Ripper in the United States) is a 1971 giallo murder mystery film directed by Sergio Martino. It is his first entry in the giallo subgenre. The letter "h" was added to the name "Ward" when an Italian woman named Mrs. Ward threatened legal action over the original title's potentially damaging her good name, just before the film was released. The film was also known as Next! or The Next Victim.

The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (1971)

The Case of the Scorpion's Tail (Italian: La coda dello scorpione / Tail of the Scorpion) is a 1971 Italian giallo film directed by Sergio Martino, produced by Luciano Martino and co-written by Ernesto Gastaldi and Eduardo Maria Brochero. It starred George Hilton, Anita Strindberg, Ida Galli and Janine Reynaud, and the music soundtrack was by Bruno Nicolai.

Midnight Party (1976)

A Pocket For Corduroy (1986)

INXS: Live Baby Live at Wembley Stadium (2019)

Six years to the day of Live Aid and five years and a day since the band supported Queen at Wembley Stadium, INXS headlined their own show at the famed venue to a sell-out crowd of 73,791 crazed fans. The event, called ‘Summer XS,’ was immortalized in the best-selling concert film ‘Live Baby Live’, directed by David Mallet. Twenty-eight years on, the film has been painstakingly restored from the original 35mm negative. The film is now presented in glorious cinematic widescreen, created by going through the film shot by shot and repositioning every single one to get the best out of the frame. The restoration process unveiled a ‘lost’ performance, which was not included in the original releases - ‘Lately’ from the ‘X’ album. It is now returned to its rightful position in the concert setlist.

Devil and the Deep (1932)

Devil and the Deep is a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Marion Gering and starring Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, and Cary Grant. Based on the novel Sirenes et Tritons by Maurice Larrouy, the film is about a Naval commander who has alienated his wife due to his insane jealousy over every man she speaks to. After his obsessive behavior drives her to the arms of a handsome lieutenant, tragic drama ensues.

Judge (2009)

Judge is a manga series written and illustrated by Fujihiko Hosono, published in Futabasha's Action Brother and Comic Action Character. The story focuses on the Japanese hell, where judgment is passed on the living.

Schoolgirl Report Part 4: What Drives Parents to Despair (1972)

You're on Your Own (1959)

Arrangiatevi!, internationally released as You're on Your Own, is a 1959 Italian comedy film directed by Mauro Bolognini. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.

Massage Parlor Murders! (1973)

Massage Parlor Murders is a 1973 exploitation horror film directed by Chester Fox and Alex Stevens. The film stars Sandra Peabody, George Spencer, John Moser and George Dzundza. The film is about a killer that starts killing the staff of New York’s massage parlors. Despite having a successful run in the grindhouse circuit, the film nearly became a lost film and didn't have a home video release until 2013.

Something to Think About (1920)

Something to Think About is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The film stars Elliott Dexter and Gloria Swanson. Prints of the film exist at George Eastman House and the Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.

La revolución de Juan Escopeta (2011)

Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live (2015)

City of the Vampires (1993)

The Official 3D 2010 FIFA World Cup Film (2010)

Freak Out! (2014)

Spice Girls: Live in Istanbul (1997)

The Facts of Murder (1959)

Un maledetto imbroglio also known as The Facts of Murder is a 1959 Italian crime film mystery directed by and starring Pietro Germi with Claudia Cardinale. The film is based on the novel by Carlo Emilio Gadda Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana. The film was restored and re-released in 1999 both in Italy and the USA.

Animation Runner Kuromi (2001)

Dallos (1983)

In this anime classic, rebellion strikes a Moon colony in a future world. After years of pain at the hands of the Earth Federal Government, a group of colonists fight against injustice, guided by a strange and mysterious structure called ‘Dallos.’

Lady Libertine (1984)

Lady Libertine (also known as Frank and I) is a 1983 soft core erotic film by Gérard Kikoïne. This Playboy production, released theatrically in Europe and on television in the US, is an adaptation of the Victorian novel (1902) Frank and I by Bill Adler. French actress turned famous TV host Sophie Favier unsuccessfully sued to stop its release.Gérard Kikoïne had quite a large budget for this film and was assisted by French set designer Jean-Charles Dedieu. Therefore production values are quite good, especially since they involve a lot of period costumes and sets. Jennifer Inch is playing the role of Frank, the orphan boy, and of Frances. Sophie Favier plays the role of the mistress of Charles de Beaumont.

RiffTrax Live: Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (2011)

Killer (2009)

Art Of The Devil 3 (2008)

Art of the Devil 3 is a 2008 Thai horror film directed by Kongkiat Khomsiri, Art Thamthrakul, Yosapong Polsap, Putipong Saisikaew, Isara Nadee, Pasith Buranajan and Seree Pongniti. It was released by Five Star Production.

American Pie Revealed (2003)

Hour of Death (1964)

The Seven from Texas ( Spanish: Antes llega la muert, Italian: I sette del Texas, also known as Seven Guns from Texas and Hour of Death) is a 1964 Spanish-Italian western film directed by Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.

Widziadlo (1984)

The Phantom is a 1943 Columbia Pictures 15 chapter black-and-white cliffhanger superhero serial, produced by Rudolph C. Flothow, directed B. Reeves Eason, and starring Tom Tyler in the title role. It is based on Lee Falk's comic strip The Phantom, first syndicated to newspapers in 1936 by King Features Syndicate. The serial also features Jeanne Bates as the Phantom's girlfriend Diana Palmer, and Ace the Wonder Dog as the Phantom's trusty German shepherd Devil (who is a wolf in the original comic strip).

The Vanishing Shadow (1934)

The Vanishing Shadow (1934) is a Universal film serial.

L'alcova (1985)

The Alcove (Italian: L'alcova; also known as Lust), is a 1985 Italian erotic film directed by Joe D'Amato.

Tailspin Tommy in The Great Air Mystery (1935)

Tailspin Tommy in the Great Air Mystery is a 12-episode 1935 Universal movie serial based on the Tailspin Tommy comic strip by Hal Forrest and starring Clark Williams, Jean Rogers and Noah Beery, Jr.. The picture was the 96th of the 137 serials released by the studio (the 28th of which to be made with sound).

The House Is Black (1963)

The House Is Black is an acclaimed Iranian documentary short film directed by Forough Farrokhzad.

Adventure Coral Reef 3D Under the Sea of Egypt (2013)

D-Day: Code Name Overlord (1998)

Best of Cinerama (1963)

Raça (2013)

The Hyperwomen (2011)

The Hyperwomen is a 2012 Brazilian documentary film, directed by Fausto Carlos, Leonardo Sette, and Takuma Kuikuro (Kuikuro]]). The film was shot in the Xingu National Park, Mato Grosso, Brazil.

Histórias que nosso Cinema (não) Contava (2017)

Vida Sobre Rodas (2010)

Flodder 3 (1995)

Flodder 3 is a 1995 Dutch comedy film directed by Dick Maas. It is the third and last movie about the anti-social family, called 'Flodder'. The movie is not a continuation of the previous two movies, but of the TV series. Different from the first two movies, son Kees is now played by actor Stefan de Walle and Johnnie Flodder is now played by Coen van Vrijberghe de Coningh, the same actor as in the TV series.

JAAR el lamento de las imágenes (2017)

Doce Amianto (2013)

Boleiros: Era Uma Vez o Futebol... (1998)

Festa (1989)

São Silvestre (2013)

São Silvestre is a 2013 Brazilian documentary film directed by Lina Chamie. This is not the first time the Director Lina Chamie addresses the São Silvestre road race. In 2011 she directed an 18-minute short film also titled São Silvestre.

Pompeii: The Mystery of the People Frozen in Time (2013)

Die Tür mit den 7 Schlössern (1962)

The Door with Seven Locks (German: Die Tür mit den sieben Schlössern) is a 1962 West German/French crime film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Heinz Drache. It is an adaptation of the Edgar Wallace novel The Door with Seven Locks.

The Other End (2017)

Galinha Pintadinha 4 (2014)

As Aventuras do Pequeno Colombo (2016)

Innocence (1923)

Innocence is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Edward J. Le Saint and starring Anna Q. Nilsson. The film was produced and distributed as an early effort by Columbia Pictures and was the last film released by C.B.C Film Sales.

L'ami (2016)

At the dawn of the thirteenth century in Italy, the simple and fraternal life of Francis of Assisi among the most deprived fascinated and disturbed the powerful Church. Surrounded by his brothers, carried by an intense faith, He struggles to gain recognition for his vision of a world of peace and equality.

Estive em Lisboa e Lembrei de Você (2015)