Villa!! is a 1958 American Western film directed by James B. Clark and written by Louis Vittes. The film stars Brian Keith, Cesar Romero, Margia Dean, Rodolfo Hoyos Jr., Carlos Múzquiz and Mario Navarro. The film was released in October 1958, by 20th Century Fox.
Bajo el cielo andaluz (1960)
I Don't Know Much, But I'll Say Everything (1973)
I Don't Know Much, But I'll Say Everything (French: Je sais rien, mais je dirai tout) is a 1973 French comedy film directed by Pierre Richard.
El rufián (1961)
El Rufián is a 1960 Argentine film directed by Daniel Tinayre.
Una señora estupenda (1970)
Some Like It... Cold (1960)
Certains l'aiment froide, is a French comedy film from 1960, directed by Jean Bastia, written by Guy Lionel, starring Louis de Funès. The film is known under the title: "Les râleurs font leur beurre" (alternative French title).
Dear Caroline (1951)
Dear Caroline (French:Caroline Chérie) is a French 1951 film directed by Richard Pottier. It is based on Jacques Laurent's historical novel "The loves of Caroline Cherie: A novel". Leading roles were played by Martine Carol and Jacques Dacqmine.
Begegnung in Salzburg (1964)
Encounter in Salzburg (German: Begegnung in Salzburg) is a 1964 French-West German drama film directed by Max Friedmann and starring Curd Jürgens, Nadia Gray and Viktor de Kowa.A rich man visits the Salzburg Festival, watches Jedermann, and dies.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Jean d'Eaubonne.
Tolle Nacht (1943)
A Bully in 1900 (1960)
Un Guapo del '900 is a 1960 Argentine drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson.
Without Trumpet or Drum (1959)
The Goose of Sedan (German: Die Gans von Sedan) is a 1959 French-West German comedy war film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Hardy Krüger, Jean Richard and Dany Carrel. It was based on the novel Un Dimanche au Champ D'Honneur by Jean L'Hôte. The film was one of a growing number of co-productions between the two countries during the era. It was also released under the alternative title Without Trumpet or Drum.
The film was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Serge Piménoff .
The Blue Sea and You (1959)
The Blue Sea and You (German:Das blaue Meer und Du) is a 1959 West German romantic comedy film directed by Thomas Engel and starring Fred Bertelmann, Karin Dor and Renate Ewert.The film's art direction was by Wolf Englert and Ernst Richter.
Revenge of Bigfoot (1979)
Life as a Couple (1958)
La Vie à deux French: Life for two, is a French comedy film from 1958, directed by Clément Duhour, written by Clément Duhour, starring Pierre Brasseur and Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "Life As a Couple" (international English title), "Life Together" (UK), "Das Leben zu zweit" (West Germany).
William Shatner in Concert (2006)
The Boy who Learned to Fly (2015)
Brett Gelman's Dinner in America (2016)
Knightquest is a fan film that made its debut on the internet in October 2001, created by fans of the Star Wars franchise. It is a live-action drama set in the Star Wars universe, taking place a few weeks before the events in A New Hope. It depicts Darth Vader's ongoing quest to seek out and destroy any Jedi who may have escaped the great purge years ago.
Knightquest is notable among fanfilms for having been shot on film, as opposed to the more common digital video. It was also mastered in THX Dolby Surround, and features a special Star Wars themed THX introduction before the film.
The film has been generally well received by fans, and has been consistently mentioned in the press as a turning point in the development of fanfilms. The film has also won several awards, including Best Actress and Best Special Effects in the 2001 Force 3.75 Australian Fanfilm Festival.
The film's entire budget of $12,000 went to vendors for camera and equipment rental, film, costume and prop creation, location permits, hotel rooms and food. The entire cast and crew worked for free.
Filming began on October 31, 1998 and lasted four days. Pick-ups were done in December of that year and again in March 1999. Visual effects work continued until right before the film was released in October 2001. Tom Sehenuk was responsible for nearly all visual effects, except for lightsaber rotoscoping, which was completed by Clay Kronke.
Hands of a Stranger (1987)
Inside Out II (1992)
Pray 3D: The Storm (2012)
Variations on a High School Romance (2010)
The Distinguished (2015)
Moment of Truth (1992)
Without Reservation (1988)
Thriller Theater! (2011)
Naked Lust (2009)
A Voice from Hell (2011)
The Voices from Beyond (2012)
Six Gun Decision (1953)
City of the Dream Demons (2014)
How to Be: Emo (2004)
House of Thaddeus (2013)
The Republic (2017)
I Don't Make The Rules (2016)
La canción del huérfano (1940)
The Batmobile (2012)
The Spy Who Never Was (1976)
The Sweep (2008)
Ultimate Desires (1991)
The Right Eye 2 (2015)
The Other Side of AIDS (2004)
The Other Side of AIDS is a 2004 documentary film by Robin Scovill. Through interviews with prominent AIDS denialists and HIV-positive people who have refused anti-HIV medication, the film makes the claim that HIV is not the cause of AIDS and that HIV treatments are harmful, conclusions which are rejected by medical and scientific consensus. The film was reviewed in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter in 2004, and received additional attention in 2005, when Scovill's three-year-old daughter died of untreated AIDS.
The Other Side of AIDS was shown at the AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival in 2004, where it received special mention in the International Documentary category. The film had its international premiere at the 2004 Vancouver International Film Festival, and also played at the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema in Argentina.
The Love Captive (1969)
The Legend of Kate Kensington (2015)
The Earl Sessions (2011)
The First World War (1935)
African Time (2014)
Gem of the Rainforest (2013)
The Apology Dance (2010)
Bremenskie razboyniki (2016)
Mlechnyy put (2016)
La petite Aurore l'enfant martyre (1952)
Little Aurore's Tragedy (French: La petite Aurore: l'enfant martyre) is a French 1952 Quebec biographical drama movie that was directed by Jean-Yves Bigras and produced by Renaissance Films Distribution and Warner Bros..
A classic of early Quebec cinema, La Petite Aurore l’enfant martyre was based on a true story. Aurore (Laflamme) is 12 years old and lives with her sickly mother (McKinnon) and father (Desmarteaux) in a small village during the 1920s. A widowed neighbour (Mitchell) appears concerned and helpful, but Aurore discovers she actually hastens her mother’s death. Her father marries the widow, and the child is forced to live with her cruel stepmother. She is systematically beaten and tortured until the local doctor (Gagnon) intervenes. But he is too late, and Aurore succumbs to her abuse. This film was remade in 2005 by Luc Dionne, and was named Aurore.
Monica's Gang in an Adventure in Time (2007)
An Adventure Through Time (of Portuguese, Uma Aventura no Tempo) is a 2007 Brazilian animated film based on the Monica's Gang comic books. The film was directed and co-written by Mauricio de Sousa, creator of over two hundred characters featured in the comic books.
Triads, Yardies & Onion Bhajees! (2003)
Triads, Yardies and Onion Bhajees is a 2003 British crime film directed by Sarjit Bains, telling the story of a hitman working in London. The film stars real life ex-gangster and underworld don Dave Courtney. Brainchild of Manish Patel, who plays the role of Singh, the story's protagonist, Triads, Yardies and Onion Bhajees was showcased in a BBC Two documentary on the making of the film. The film draws upon the imagery of Hindu deity Kali, traditionally invoked to vanquish evil, with the three gangs being likened to modern-day thugees. After its Cannes showcase the film was optioned by 4 Digital Media and went on UK wide release through the independent cinema network.
Decoding the Past: Secrets of the Koran (2006)
Comic Relief (1986)
Samhain: A Halloween Horror Movie (2018)
Les Proies (2018)
Mrs Nergis (2014)
Call for Fire (2018)
Sugar Wars - The Rise of the Cleveland Mafia (2012)
Angelo Lonardo grew up in the wealthy neighborhood of Shaker Heights, his father was a powerful man and the first "Mafia Boss" of the city. After his father was murdered by a member of the rival Porello crime family in 1929, 18 year-old Angelo swore revenge. He later joined the Cleveland Crime Family, working his way up to underboss in 1976. After his arrest in 1983 on drug charges,and fearing life behind bars, he became a government informant and testified against his former colleagues. He remains one of the highest ranking mob bosses to breach the vow of "omerta" in becoming a federal witness. He emerged from the Federal Witness Protection Program inn the early 1990's, and returned home to Cleveland to tell his story.
Lethal Commission (2012)
Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (2001)
Last Foxtrot in Burbank (1974)
Last Foxtrot in Burbank is a 1973 film directed by Charles Band. It is a spoof of Last Tango in Paris.
The Windmill (1986)
An audience with Michael Bublé (2010)
Johnnie Waterman (1994)
Johnnie Waterman (Polish: Jańcio Wodnik, also known as Johnnie the Aquarius) is a 1994 Polish drama film directed by Jan Jakub Kolski. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Findling Award in Cottbus.
I Love Muppets (2002)
Fifi Blows Her Top (1958)
Fifi Blows Her Top is the 184th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1958 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Besser). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
À dix minutes des naturistes (2012)
Kiss of Death (Swedish: Dödskyssen) is a 1916 Swedish silent drama film directed by Victor Sjöström. Approximately 30 minutes of the film survives in the Cinémathèque Française film archive.
Inventing Adam (2013)
Fei hu xiong shi zhi: Ji dao zhan shi (1994)
Qing yi wo xin zhi (1989)
Rhythm City Volume One: Caught Up (2005)
When He Didn't Come Home (1998)
A pugni nudi (1974)
La malavita attacca. La polizia risponde. (1977)
La malavita attacca... la polizia risponde! (The Criminals Attack, The Police Respond) is a 1977 Italian poliziottesco film directed by Mario Caiano.
The Ballad of Kid Divine: The Cockney Cowboy (1992)
Rage of the Innocents (2001)
The Challenges (1969)
Ludacris: The Red Light District (2005)
David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper (1992)
D.I.N.K.s (Double Income, No Kids) (2011)
The Secret Life of Brian (2007)
Alone in the T-Shirt Zone (1986)
Wee Sing Under the Sea (1994)
Run with Fear (2005)
Cold Harbor (2003)
Nickelback: The Videos (2003)
The Love Rebellion (1967)
Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: 10 Years After (2013)
Traffic in Crime (1946)
Traffic in Crime is a 1946 American action film directed by Lesley Selander and written by David Lang. The film stars Kane Richmond, Anne Nagel, Adele Mara, Wade Crosby, Wilton Graff and Roy Barcroft. The film was released on June 28, 1946, by Republic Pictures.
Cry Baby: The Pedal that Rocks the World (2011)
Cinema Hong Kong: Wu Xia (2003)