Choker Bali: A Passion Play (2003)
Chokher Bali is a Bengali language drama film based on the novel Chokher Bali by Rabindranath Tagore. It was directed by Rituparno Ghosh in 2003 and stars Aishwarya Rai as Binodini and Raima Sen as Ashalata. Ashalata and Binodini refer to each other as Chokher Bali. The other major characters are played by Prosenjit Chatterjee as Mahendra, Lily Chakravarty as Rajlakshmi, the mother of Mahendra, Tota Roy Chowdhury as Behari, Rajlakshmi's adopted son and Swastika Mukherjee in a cameo role. The film was later dubbed into Hindi and was released internationally in that language.
Tehran Has No More Pomegrenates! (2007)
Tehran Has No More Pomegranates! is a 2006 musical-comedy Iranian Crystal Simorgh award-winning film produced, directed and written by Massoud Bakhshi.
Latitude Zero (2001)
Engel im Abendkleid (1951)
Bahaar Aane Tak (1990)
Bahaar Aane Tak is a 1990 Bollywood family drama movie directed by Tariq Shah and produced by Gulshan Kumar. The cinematographer of this film is Ajay Prabhakar. The film revolves around a man who coincidentally gets married to a woman who was once raped by his close friend. It stars Roopa Ganguly, Moon Moon Sen, Sumeet Saigal, Tariq Shah, Shammi, Ram Mohan and Navin Nischol. The music of the film was composed by Rajesh Roshan.
The Wiggles: Rock & Roll Preschool (2015)
Killers of the Flower Moon (2021)
Dark Was The Night (2012)
Dark Was the Night is a 2018 American drama film written and directed by Joshua Leonard and starring Marisa Tomei, Charlie Plummer and Timothy Olyphant.
Moving Art: Flowers (2014)
Dans met de Duivel (2015)
Those Were the Days (2014)
Herman van Veen: Kersvers in Carré (2015)
Karsten og Petra på vinterferie (2014)
The Stones in the Park (1969)
The Stones in the Park generally refers to a free outdoor festival held in Hyde Park on 5 July 1969, headlined by The Rolling Stones and featuring Third Ear Band, King Crimson, Screw, Alexis Korner's New Church, Family and The Battered Ornaments, in front of a crowd estimated at between 250,000 and 500,000 fans.
It was the Stones' first public concert in over two years, and was planned as an introduction of new guitarist, Mick Taylor, though circumstances inevitably changed following the death of former member Brian Jones two days earlier. The band rehearsed at the Beatles' studio in the basement of Savile Row, and Jagger and Richards came up with a 14-song set; the Hyde Park concert would be the first time many of the songs had been played before a public audience. The PA system was supplied by Watkins Electric Music, who had already handled amplification at previous Hyde Park shows.
Fans started to arrive at the park with candles on 4 July in tribute to Jones, and by the morning of 5 July, 7,000 people had already gathered. Mick Jagger read a short eulogy on stage before the Stones' set began, reading two stanzas of Percy Bysshe Shelley's poem on John Keats's death, Adonaïs, from a calf-bound book. After this recital, several hundred cabbage white butterflies were released. The setlist for their performance was "I'm Yours & I'm Hers", "Jumpin' Jack Flash". "Mercy Mercy", "Down Home Girl", "Stray Cat Blues", "No Expectations", "I'm Free", "Loving Cup", "Love in Vain", "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", "Honky Tonk Women", "Midnight Rambler", "Street Fighting Man" and "Sympathy for the Devil". During the 18-minute-long rendition of "Sympathy for the Devil", a number of African tribal drummers joined the band.
While the event is considered a memorable one by several critics, they also agree that it was not one of the Stones' best performances, and the guitars played during the concert were out of tune. In a 1971 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Keith Richards evaluated their performance, "We played pretty bad until near the end, because we hadn't played for years ... Nobody minded, because they just wanted to hear us play again." The Stones' portion of concert was filmed by Granada Television and broadcast that September. It has since been released on DVD and Blu-ray. In April 2013, the band announced their intention to play two return concerts on 6 and 13 July, although the performances were not free.
As If I'm Crazy (2016)
Lover or Loser (2009)
Die Thomaner - Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (2012)
Plook mun kuen ma kah 4 (1994)
Kommen Sie am Ersten (1951)
Das Rätsel der grünen Spinne (1960)
El gran simulador (2013)
People in Luck (1963)
Les Veinards English: The Lucky, is a French comedy film from 1963, directed by Philippe de Broca and Jean Girault, written by Jacques Vilfrid and Jean Girault, starring France Anglade and Louis de Funès (uncredited). The film is known under the titles: "People in Luck" or "The Lucky" (English titles), "Die Glückspilze" or "Fünf Glückspilze" (West Germany), "I fortunati" (Italy).
Whatever Love Means (2005)
Whatever Love Means is a TV movie about Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince Charles. Directed by David Blair and starring Olivia Poulet and Laurence Fox, it premiered in December 2005 on ITV1. The story centres on Charles and Camilla's relationship in the early 1970s until 1981.
A Young Patriot (2015)
Keiko The Untold Story of the Star of Free Willy (2013)
Probable Cause (2012)
The Little Bedroom (2011)
The Little Room (French: La petite chambre) is a 2010 Swiss drama film directed by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond. The film was selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it didn't make the final shortlist.
Celtic Thunder: The Show (2008)
Chris Botti Live: With Orchestra and Special Guests (2006)
Three Summers (2006)
A Suprema Felicidade (2010)
My Fantastic Field Trip to the Planets (2005)
Den forsvundne fuldmægtig (1971)
The Missing Clerk (Danish: Den forsvundne fuldmægtig) is a 1971 Danish comedy film directed by Gert Fredholm. It was entered into the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival.
The Ones Who Stay (2018)
Hercules Houdini Holmes (2019)
A ti te quería encontrar (2018)
A ti te quería encontrar is an upcoming Mexican drama film directed by Javier Colinas and written by Tamara Argamasilla. The film stars Eréndira Ibarra, Erick Elias, Luis Arrieta, and Paulette Hernández, and will be presented on 9 June 2018 on the 10th anniversary of the HOLA Mexico Film Festival in Los Angeles.
Peter and the Wolf (2011)
The timeless tale of Peter and The Wolf is brought to life in an extraordinary new film, which received the 1996 Emmy(r) Award for Outstanding Primetime Children's Program. Starring Kirstie Alley, Lloyd Bridges, Ross Malinger and a whole new cast of unforgettable animated characters from the legendary Chuck Jones, creator of Wile E. Coyote & Road Runner. Prokofiev's spectacular musical score comes alive as Peter awakens to the first day of Spring. The beautiful morning turns into an amazing adventure as Peter and his friendsa bird, a cat and a deliriously dizzy duckoutwit a mighty wolf.In a touching live-action story intertwining the animation, another boy named Peter discovers the magic of imagination and the spirit of adventure.
The Princess and the Gangster (2009)
The Lunnis and the Great Fairy Tales Adventure (2019)
Dhaulagiri, ascenso a la montaña blanca (2017)
The Dark Side of the Moon (1986)
This expressionistic non-narrative film is about the psychological and emotional trials of a man just released from prison after 16 years. Johannes (Peter Thiel) killed his wife in a fit of misguided passion many years ago, and is now middle-aged and trying to adjust to life on the outside. Every sound he hears in his small apartment reminds him of the sounds of his years in prison: doors opening and slamming shut, footsteps down the hall. He struggles to communicate his feelings about his crime to his mother and daughter, but never quite manages a breakthrough.
Vivir y otras ficciones (2016)
Pepón es guay (2013)
Bread, Bus and the Second First Love (2018)
A Neapolitan Spell (2002)
A Neapolitan Spell is a 2002 Italian comedy film written and directed by Paolo Genovese and Luca Miniero, at their feature film debut.
Venni vidi e m'arrapaoh (1984)
The School on Magic Mountain (2019)
Love Scenes from Planet Earth (1998)
Das merkwürdige Verhalten geschlechtsreifer Großstädter zur Paarungszeit (English title – Love Scenes from Planet Earth) is a 1998 German romantic comedy film. It earned director Marc Rothemund a Bavarian Film Award for "Best Young Director". It was the second highest grossing domestic film in Germany in 1998. The film is a comedy centering on the lives of eight Germans who long for sexual excitement.
Les tentations de Marianne (1973)
Love + Hate (2006)
Love + Hate is a 2005 drama film directed by Dominic Savage.
The Number on Great-Grandpa's Arm (2018)
Unfinished Plan: The Path of Alain Johannes (2016)
The Real 'X-Files'? (2015)
A Monsterous Holiday (2013)
Bang Rajan 2 (2010)
Packed stylized action and underdog badassery, the Bang Rajan sequels follows a small village as it fights back against the onslaught of war during the Ayatthuya period. Armed with the inspiration of other village’s victories, a band of warriors defies the odds and launches a guerrilla attack against the Burmese invaders.
A couple’s caustic, increasingly jarring interactions over a Mumbai evening strain their relationship until it threatens to break at its fraying seams.
Werewolf Game: Mad Land (2017)
Niko Nije Rekao Necu (2008)
Fernando Sanjiao: Hombre (2018)
Stray Dogz 6 (2017)
The Shock Doctrine (2007)
An exploration of how events of the recent past have been theaters for the shock doctrine.
Justice closes in on a ruthless assassin.
Super Spook (1975)
A woman hires a bungling sleuth to catch a thief.
The Lucky Corner (1936)
The Lucky Corner is a 1936 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 143rd Our Gang short to be released.
Beyond the Known World (2017)
When 19 year old Eva fails to return home to New Zealand from India, her estranged parents Carl and Julie must reunite to find her.
Their journey takes them from coastal Auckland to the chaos of New Delhi and on to idyllic Himalayan villages, where hash smoking expats are tight lipped and local police offer little help.
Desperate to find Eva, Carl's misreading of the local culture leads to a young woman being imprisoned. Old wounds and betrayals between husband, wife and daughter are exposed, and Carl begins to realize that he may be responsible for driving Eva away.
Believing Eva has died in the mountains Carl despairs, but Julie's refusal to stop searching eventually proves that sometimes blind faith is better than having none at all. To find their daughter Carl and Julie must first rediscover each other.
Dragon Hill. La colina del dragón (2002)
Dragon Hill is a marvelous world where all dragons live and people from other times and places arrive from different reasons.
Menocchio the Heretic (2018)
Foute Vrienden, de film (2015)
Un posto sicuro (2015)
Radio Arrow (1998)
Radiofreccia, released in 1998, is the first movie directed by Italian rock singer-songwriter Luciano Ligabue, based on his 1997 debut novel Fuori e dentro il Borgo. It features the singer-songwriter Francesco Guccini (with whom Ligabue also collaborated for a song) in a small role.
Mensch Kotschie (2010)
Dora Heldt: Bei Hitze ist es wenigstens nicht kalt (2012)
Mission Hunter 2 (1996)
Berlin Fur Helden (2012)
Sex & Crime (2016)
Der Schneemann (1985)
Finding Atlantis (2011)
Pretty Far from Okay (2017)
Isi (27) is in the midst of a quarter-life crisis.
While she's achieved her dream of becoming an illustrator, it appears that Isi's dreams seem to have an expiration date. She would love to have it all!
The Famous Five and the Valley of Dinosaurs (2018)
Ein Sommer im Allgäu (2017)
Das Pferd Auf Dem Balkon (2012)
Hokus Pokus Albert Aberg (2013)
Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins (Swedish: Hokus Pokus Alfons Åberg) is a 2013 Swedish animated feature film directed by Torill Kove. It is based on the book of the same title from the Alfie Atkins book series by Gunilla Bergström.
Ali, the Goat and Ibrahim (2017)
Steve Jobs: iGenius (2012)
7 Miles of Paradise (2016)
The North Shore is a 7 Mile stretch of paradise like no other. Pro surfer Anastasia Ashley will be your guide and take you to the places she loves, the places she went as a kid growing up, and introduce you to the people that made it feel like home.
Seat of Judgement (2016)
Phoenix in der Asche (2011)
Write Me - Postcards to Copacabana (2009)
Salami Aleikum (2009)
Salami Aleikum is a 2009 Comedy film by Ali Samadi Ahadi about an Iranian migrant family in Germany who try to cope with life in exile. There are animation parts and some musical videoclips (Iranian music and dance) are included. Salami Aleikum was a successful film in Germany.
Christmas in Beverly Hills (2009)
Las zapatillas coloradas (1952)
Passer l'hiver (2014)
Passer l'hiver is a 2013 French drama film directed by Aurélia Barbet and starring Gabrielle Lazure and Lolita Chammah. The film is loosely based on a short story by Olivier Adam.
Las luchadoras vs el robot asesino (1969)