Shakira Oral Fixation Tour 2007 (2006)

Recorded during Shakira's blockbuster 2006-2007 tour, Oral Fixation Tour features the greatest multilingual hits from the Colombian singer-songwriter, including La Tortura with Alejandro Sanz and Hips Don’t Lie with Wyclef Jean.

Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue (2004)

Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue is a 2004 DVD presenting footage of Miles Davis' performance at the British Isle of Wight Festival on August 29, 1970. The film presents interview clips from a range of those involved, including Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Airto Moreira, and musicians who were in Davis' musical orbit at the time such as Carlos Santana. It includes interviews with some of the band's participants.

Kvinnors väntan (1952)

While at a summerhouse, awaiting their husbands’ return, a group of sisters-in-law recount stories from their respective marriages. Rakel (Anita Björk) tells of receiving a visit from a former lover (Jarl Kulle); Marta (Maj-Britt Nilsson) of agreeing to marry a painter (Birger Malmsten) only after having his child; and Karin (Eva Dahlbeck) of being stuck with her husband (Gunnar Björnstrand) in an elevator, where they talk intimately for the first time in years. Making dexterous use of flashbacks, the engaging Waiting Women is a veritable seedbed of Bergman themes, ranging from aspiring young love to the fear of loneliness, with the finale a masterpiece of chamber comedy.

Suddenly (2006)

Suddenly (Swedish: Underbara älskade) is a Swedish film from 2006, directed by Johan Brisinger. The film was shot on the island Härmanö in Orust Municipality.

George Kuchar: The Comedy of the Underground (1983)

Former students of the filmmaker use interviews and archive footage to paint a portrait of his individualism.

Peau neuve (1999)

New Dawn (French: Peau neuve) is a 1999 French drama film directed by Émilie Deleuze. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.

Yangsi (2012)

Ugyen Tenzin Jigme Lhundrup is recognized as the reincarnation of a revered Tibetan master and he trains from the age of 4 to assume the mantle of his predecessor.

Immortal Love (1961)

Immortal Love is a 1961 Japanese drama film directed by Keisuke Kinoshita. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

The Bay of Love and Sorrows (2002)

The Bay of Love and Sorrows is a 1998 novel by David Adams Richards. It was adapted into a film in 2002.

Henry IV (1984)

Henry IV (Italian: Enrico IV) is a 1984 Italian drama film directed by Marco Bellocchio. It is based on the Luigi Pirandello play of the same name and has music by Ástor Piazzolla. It was entered into the 1984 Cannes Film Festival.

Mardi Gras (1958)

Mardi Gras was a 1958 musical comedy film starring Pat Boone and Christine Carère.

The Escape (1939)

The Escape is a 1939 American action film directed by Ricardo Cortez and written by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. The film stars Kane Richmond, Amanda Duff, June Gale, Edward Norris, Henry Armetta and Frank Reicher. The film was released on October 6, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.

Girlfriends (2000)

A teenage hairdresser looking to lose her virginity befriends classmates who can give her advice on sex. When she falls for one of the guys in school, she starts learning how relationships and sex work.

The Hundred Hour Hunt (1952)

Scotland Yard is mobilised in the hunt for blood donors in a race to save a dying girl.

The Master of Bankdam (1947)

The Master of Bankdam is a 1947 British historical film directed by Walter Forde and based on the novel The Crowthers of Bankdam by Thomas Armstrong. It stars Anne Crawford, Dennis Price, Tom Walls, Stephen Murray, Linden Travers and David Tomlinson. The story concerns two generations of brothers who struggle for control of the family business in 19th-century Yorkshire.

Personality Kid (1946)

Personality Kid is a 1946 American film.

The Mummy's Ghost (1944)

The Mummy's Ghost is the 1944 Universal Studios sequel to The Mummy's Tomb. Lon Chaney, Jr. again takes on the role of Kharis the mummy. The story was continued in the 1944 sequel The Mummy's Curse.

Fatima Buen Story (1994)

When a woman becomes involved with various men, her life spirals downward.

Fiddlesticks (1927)

A junk collector discovers Harry's (Harry Langdon) hidden talents.

Black Point (2002)

Black Point is a 2001 film named after the American town of the same name, starring David Caruso as an innocent man caught up in a bad situation when criminals go looking for lost money. It was shot in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Setúbal (1927)

A free-spirited flapper (Billie Dove) falls in love with a staid minister (Raymond Bloomer), but fear of ruining his reputation causes her to marry another man (Huntley Gordon).

The Girl Friend (1935)

The Girl Friend is a 1935 American musical comedy film directed by Edward Buzzell and starring Ann Sothern, Jack Haley and Roger Pryor.

L'état sauvage (1978)

The Savage State (or L'état sauvage) is a French drama film directed by Francis Girod.

A Company Man (2012)

Hyeong-do (SO Ji-sub) goes to the office every day, but isn't thrilled with the cubicles, the politics, his co-workers, or the management. His job is murder. Literally.  At this company, death is all in a day's work.  Hyeong-do is a corporate assassin, working for a company specializing in contract killings. He's one of the best, and a loyal employee.  But when his new trainee gets killed on the job, he feels an obligation to care for the kid's family - and taking his eye off the ball is not how a guy gets promoted.  Now, Hyeong-do wants out of the cutthroat rat race to start a new life, but his colleagues have different plans - and "retirement" may come at a far bloodier price than expected.

Highway Gospel (2011)

Long-boarders race down mountain highways, while a middle-aged skateboarder tries to keep riding with blown-out knees.

The National Parks Project (2011)

The National Parks Project is a Canadian music and film project. Released in 2011 to mark the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Parks of Canada system, the project sent three Canadian musicians and a filmmaker to each of 13 Canadian national parks, one in each province and territory, to create and score a short documentary film about the park.

Do No Harm (2012)

A psychiatrist (Lauren Holly) kidnaps one of her patients, a woman (Deanna Russo) who bears a striking resemblance to her daughter.

Magic Camp (2012)

Kids and young adults learn how to perform magic tricks and illusions at a special school.

A Not So Still Life (2010)

Artist Ginny Ruffner inspires people in and out of the art world with her indefatigable spirit.

Another Time, Another Place (1983)

Another Time, Another Place is a 1983 British drama film directed by Michael Radford and starring Phyllis Logan, Giovanni Mauriello and Denise Coffey. The screenplay was based on the novel by Jessie Kesson.

Message from Outer Space (1981)

The crew of an intergalactic vessel trades laser blasts and karate kicks with the evil Capt. Kogar and his Rangers.

Paris After Dark (1943)

Paris After Dark is a 1943 American war drama film directed by Léonide Moguy and starring George Sanders, Philip Dorn and Brenda Marshall. It portrays the activities of the French resistance in occupied Paris during World War II. The portrayal of the resistance was modeled on the Communist-led Front National, possibly due to the influence of screenwriter Harold Buchman who was known for his left-wing views. The film's sets were designed by art directors James Basevi and John Ewing.

Running Scared (1972)

Running Scared is a 1972 film directed and co-written by David Hemmings. This was Hemmings' only film as a writer, and his first time directing. It was based on a 1964 novel of the same name written by Gregory Mcdonald.

The Eye of the Monocle (1962)

The Eye of the Monocle (French:L'oeil du monocle) is a 1962 French comedy thriller film directed by Georges Lautner and starring Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen and Gaia Germani. It is the sequel of The Black Monocle (1961).

On the Edge (2012)

On the Edge is a 2011 German-Moroccan-French drama film directed by Leïla Kilani.

My Friend & His Wife (2008)

Two men's friendship faces a challenge when their lives go in opposite directions.

Same Sex Parents (2001)

The Magnet (2000)

Comme un aimant is a 2000 French film by Kamel Saleh and Akhenaton. It depicts eight young people living in the district of Panier, in Marseille.

The Bullet Wives (2005)

Du jour au lendemain (2006)

Delete (2014)

Tinou (2016)

Nympha (1980)

Froschkönig (1989)

Brian Wilson: That Lucky Old Sun (2008)

The Apocalypse (2013)

The Grue Crew (1999)

Sechse kommen durch die Welt (1972)

8 Jam (2012)

Opening to Angels (1994)

37°4 S (2013)

Ch/B (2015)

Take the Trash (2008)

Ware für Katalonien (1959)

Ware für Katalonien (English-language title: Goods For Catalonia) is an East German black-and-white film, directed by Richard Groschopp. It was released in 1959.

Wages of Sin (1966)

The Doctor Speaks Out or The Doctor Says (German: Der Arzt stellt fest...) is a 1966 West German-Swiss drama film directed by Aleksander Ford and starring Tadeusz Lomnicki, René Deltgen and Margot Trooger. The film's sets were designed by Heinrich Weidemann.

The Miracle of Father Malachia (1961)

The Miracle of Father Malachia (German: Das Wunder des Malachias) is a 1961 West German black-and-white film directed by Bernhard Wicki and starring Horst Bollmann. The film is based on the 1938 novel Father Malachy's Miracle by Bruce Marshall and tells the story of a supposed miracle in a West German town that is soon exploited and sensationalized by the media and profiteers. The film won several awards and was the official West German submission to the 34th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

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.

To the Woods (2012)

Der Fall Gleiwitz (1961)

The Gleiwitz Case (German: Der Fall Gleiwitz) is an East German war film directed by Gerhard Klein. It was released in 1961.

Sons of the Leopard (1965)

I figli del leopardo is a 1965 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Corbucci that is a parody of The Leopard.

Peter schießt den Vogel ab (1959)

Peter schießt den Vogel ab is a 1959 West German film directed by Géza von Cziffra.

Usted puede ser un asesino (1961)

Los tramposos (1959)

Los tramposos ("The cheaters") is a 1959 Spanish comedy film directed by Pedro Lazaga and starring Tony Leblanc and Antonio Ozores. The movie is about two small-time con-men.

Kispus (1956)

Kispus is a 1956 Danish romantic comedy written and directed by Erik Balling. The film was the first Danish feature movie to be filmed in color.

Sperrbezirk (1966)

Sperrbezirk is a 1966 German drama film directed by Will Tremper and starring Harald Leipnitz, Suzanne Roquette and Guido Baumann. It is adapted from a story by Ernst Neubach.

Poeten og Lillemor i forårshumør (1961)

Poeten og Lillemor i forårshumør is a 1961 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Henning Moritzen.

The Inheritor (1973)

The Inheritor (French: L'Héritier) is a 1973 French film starring Jean-Paul Belmondo.

The Key to Paradise (1970)

The Key to Paradise (Danish: Nøglen til Paradis) is a 1970 Danish family film directed by Sven Methling and starring Dirch Passer.

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.

Squadra antigangsters (1979)

The Gang That Sold America (Italian: Squadra antigangsters) is a 1979 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film directed by Bruno Corbucci. It is the fourth chapter in the Nico Giraldi film series starred by Tomas Milian. The Italian progressive rock band Goblin created the soundtrack for the film.


How To Play Golf (1944)

How to Play Golf is a 1944 short animated Walt Disney Productions film directed by Jack Kinney. Eight minutes long, it was distributed by RKO, and was a part of a series where Goofy learned to play various sports.

The Deep Blue Night (1985)

Gila-Gila Remaja 2 (2013)

Rootin' Tootin' Roundup (1989)

Alles getürkt! (2002)

Animal Instincts III (1996)

The Smurfs Springtime Special (1982)

The Secret KGB JFK Assassination Files (1999)

Winnie the Pooh: Wonderful Word Adventure (2006)

Hilary Duff: Learning to Fly (2004)

Rock n Roll Made in Mexico: From Evolution to Revolution (2007)

Les sous-doués en vacances (1982)

Les Sous-doués en vacances is a 1982 French comedic film, directed by Claude Zidi. It's the sequel to Les sous-doués (1980).

Sømænd og svigermødre (1962)

Sømænd og svigermødre is a 1962 Danish comedy film directed by Bent Christensen and starring Dirch Passer.

The Inheritance or Fuckoffguysgoodday (1992)

The Inheritance or Fuckoffguysgoodday (Czech: Dědictví aneb Kurvahošigutntag) is a 1992 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Věra Chytilová. It was entered into the 18th Moscow International Film Festival.

Girls at Arms 2 (1976)

Girls at Arms 2 (Danish: Piger i trøjen 2) is a 1976 Danish comedy film directed by Finn Henriksen and starring Berrit Kvorning.

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.

L'auberge rouge (2007)

L'Auberge rouge (The Red Inn) is a 2007 French comedy crime film directed by Gérard Krawczyk. The film is a remake of the 1951 film L'Auberge rouge by Claude Autant-Lara, which was inspired by crimes that happened at Peyrebeille Inn.

Venusberg (1963)

Venusberg is a 1963 West German comedy drama film directed by Rolf Thiele and starring Marisa Mell, Nicole Badal and Monica Ekman.

The Fall: The Wonderful and Frightening World of Mark E. Smith (2005)

Cinema Hong Kong: Wu Xia (2003)

On His Own (1939)

Gorky 2: My Apprenticeship (Russian: В людях) is a 1939 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy.

Words with Gods (2014)

Words with Gods is a 2014 Mexican-American anthology film. It is the first of a planned series of such films, collectively titled Heartbeat of the World. Words with Gods consists of segments directed by nine directors. It was screened out of competition at the 71st Venice International Film Festival. Words with Gods follows the theme of religion, specifically as it relates to an individual's relationship with his/her god or gods. The order for the film was done by Nobel Prize winner Mario Vargas Llosa.

V3: Road Bully (2010)

The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Perils of Cupid (2000)

The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Adventures in the Secret Service (1999)

Shocktroop (1989)

MGS: Philanthropy (2009)

Metal Gear Solid: Philanthropy is a 2009 non-profit fan made movie series created by Hive Division, a team of Italian students and filmmakers. It is a film based on the highly successful Metal Gear video game series. It is written, directed and edited by Giacomo Talamini, a 27-year-old Italian student filmmaker who also stars in the movie as Solid Snake.

Apa celop toqq... (2012)