Hostage of an Illusion (2012)

Unfinished Plan: The Path of Alain Johannes (2016)

The Survivors Club (2004)

The Survivors Club is a 2004 CBS television film directed by Christopher Leitch and starring Roma Downey, Jacqueline Bisset and Lauren Lee Smith as rape survivors. It is based on Lisa Gardner's novel of the same name. It premiered on 7 March 2004.

Vacanze Di Natale A Cortina (2011)

Vacanze di Natale a Cortina (Christmas holidays in Cortina) is a 2011 Italian comedy film written and directed by Neri Parenti. The film features many cameos including Bob Sinclar, Renato Balestra, Edinson Cavani, Prince Emanuele Filiberto, Cesare Prandelli, Mara Venier and Simona Ventura. It grossed $14,847,186 at the Italian box office.

Homa Kai Nero (1999)

Black Brown White (2011)

The Flip Side (2001)

Ronnie, a struggling restauranteur is mired in debt. Three years ago she met British movie star Henry whilst he was filming in her hometown and despite declarations of love and the promise of an exciting future in London, the relationship ended when his movie wrapped, leaving her heartbroken. Now living with the good-hearted and loyal Jeff, Ronnie’s world is once again turned upside-down when Henry returns to Australia with his French lover Sophie in tow. Any possibility of fun quickly disappears into a fog of paranoia and truly appalling behaviour. The Call Back pitches a young couple against the visitors from hell, an insufferable duo who operate with the confidence of the anointed.

Sky Palace (1994)

An Angel Has Appeared (1961)

An Angel Has Arrived (Spanish:Ha llegado un ángel) is a 1961 Spanish musical film. It was the second movie to star child singer and actress Marisol. The movie was a commercial success.

Projekt: Antarktis (2018)

Invisible Young (2012)

Elli Makra - 42277 Wuppertal (2008)

After Autumn (2007)

Massacre Mafia Style (1974)

Massacre Mafia Style (also known as The Executioner or Like Father, Like Son) is a 1974 independent film written, directed and produced by Italian-American crooner-actor Duke Mitchell. The tagline for the film was "You’re IN, or you’re IN THE WAY." Massacre Mafia Style was written, produced, self-financed and directed by Duke Mitchell, and was accumulated from all of his real-life run-ins with similar characters and mob stories. Duke Mitchell was an actor and singer (providing the singing voice of Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones cartoons) and was once part of a comedy duo with partner Sammy Petrillo who together starred in the 1952 cult film Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla with Bela Lugosi of Dracula fame. The pair whose act, Mitchell & Petrillo, was imitative of Martin & Lewis (Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis), was sued by Lewis after the Lugosi film was released. Mitchell went on to become a well-known crooner and nightclub act in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and as such, was known as the “King” of Palm Springs and ran in some of the same circles as pal Frank Sinatra. His nightclub act revolved around his Sinatra-like crooning and rockabilly Italian-American songs. With such behind-the-scenes access, Mitchell often used several of the nightclubs that he sang in as locations for his films; such places as The Buggy Whip in Los Angeles. Mitchell would use the money he made singing to fund his independent films. Several of Mitchell’s projects never saw the light of day, including his next film Gone with the Pope which only existed as a work print when it was found in a garage by Grindhouse Releasing’s Bob Murawski and Sage Stallone. It was carefully restored and released theatrically in 2011 by Grindhouse Releasing, which has also restored and released Mitchell’s Massacre Mafia Style on Blu-ray in 2015. While not prosecuted for obscenity, the film was seized and confiscated in the UK under Section 3 of the Obscene Publications Act 1959 during the video nasty panic.

Siren's Kiss (1995)

O Ultimo Voo Do Flamingo (2010)

Jeder träumt von einem Pferd (1988)

Der Richter und sein Henker (1957)

El metiche (1972)

This Is How You Haunt Your House (2014)

Cativas: presas pelo coração (2015)

Asteroide (2014)

Four Two Ka One (2012)

Four Two Ka One is a 2013 Bollywood comedy film directed by Anwer Khan and Ishwar Singh The film stars Jimmy Shergill, Rajpal Yadav, Nikita Anand, Murli Sharma among many others. The film released on 10 May 2013. Four Two Ka One is produced by Sunil Shah under the banner Bhumii Creations. The film's title was based on the 2001 Shah Rukh Khan-starrer One Two Ka Four.

Peng You (1974)

Alma de Sant Pere (2016)

Passing Through (2014)

Covering the globe over 12 months documenting some of the worlds best waves accompanied by the worlds best bodyboarders living each day like their last, the action and imagery from these trips will shape a new generation of bodyboarders worldwide.

Untitled (Thanks, Get in...) (2012)

Punaisen metsän hotelli (2012)

Thirsty (2009)

Super 4: Gunpowder Island Adventures (2017)

The Compass Is Carried by the Dead Man (2011)

Sesame Street: Elmo's World: Elmo Has Two! Hands, Ears & Feet (2004)

Keane Live (2007)

Hero (1989)

The Shingle Life (2018)

The Pale Door (2020)

Chingo Bling: They Can't Deport Us All (2017)

Der Moorhund (1960)

Tischlein, deck dich (1956)

The Wishing-Table (German: Tischlein, deck dich) is a 1956 West German family film directed by Fritz Genschow and starring Werner Stock, Wolfgang Draeger and Harald Dietl. It is based on the story of the same name by the Brothers Grimm.

Höchste Eisenbahn (1987)

El karateca azteca (1976)

Death in the Soul (2018)

Ladies Night (2005)

Swearnet Live (2014)

Bryan Kellen: Ballet Komedico (2014)

Breakaway (2013)

Alagwa is a 2012 Filipino drama horror film written and directed by Ian Loreños. The film stars Jericho Rosales, a father struggling to search his son after disappearing in the city. The film is inspired by a popular urban legend about a child's disappearance in Chinatown Manila. The film uncovers the dark facets of the underground business of human trafficking in the Philippines.

The Ataris Live at Capitol Milling (2003)

Pop-punk outfit The Ataris put on a spontaneous live set during the making of the video for the song “In This Diary” in 2003. That set is captured on Live At Capitol Milling, which also features behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot.

Guns, God and Government World Tour (2002)

Shakira: Live and Off the Record (2004)

Three Summers (2006)

Plácido Domingo Gala (2019)

Half a century ago, Plácido Domingo made his debut at the Arena di Verona: on 16 July 1969 he sang the role of Calaf in Puccini’s “Turandot”; in August followed the title role in Verdi’s “Don Carlo”. Since then, the world-famous singer has appeared in numerous acclaimed performances in the city of Romeo and Juliet. From the Arena di Verona comes an operatic gala concert event, captured live on August 4, 2019, marking the 50th anniversary of the debut of one of the greatest singers the world has ever known. The program features excerpts from three famous operas by Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco, Macbeth and Simon Boccanegra.

Extreme Happiness (2010)

The BBQ (2018)

No Ordinary Sheila (2017)

The Only Man (2013)

Die Reste meines Lebens (2016)

Les tentations de Marianne (1973)

O Barão Otelo no Barato dos Bilhões (1971)

La Niña de Maracaibo (2012)

Wayuu: La niña de Maracaibo (English: Wayuu: The Girl from Maracaibo) is a 2012 Venezuelan crime film directed by Miguel Curiel and starring Daniel Alvarado, Karina Velázquez and Asier Hernández. The film premiered in New York City in August 2005, and it opened in other countries, including Venezuela later that year.

Summerfield (1977)

Summerfield is a 1977 Australian film, directed by Ken Hannam, written by Cliff Green (who wrote the screenplay for Picnic At Hanging Rock) and produced by Patricia Lovell (who produced Picnic At Hanging Rock). It stars Nick Tate, Elizabeth Alexander, John Waters, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, Max Fairchild and Geraldine Turner. Summerfield was filmed on location on Phillip Island and Churchill Island in Victoria.

Four Sided Triangle (1953)

Four Sided Triangle is a 1953 British science-fiction film directed by Terence Fisher, adapted from a novel by William F. Temple. It starred Stephen Murray, Barbara Payton and James Hayter. It was produced by Hammer Film Productions at Bray Studios. The film dealt with the moral and scientific themes (not to mention "mad lab" scenes) that were soon to put Hammer Films on the map with the same director's The Curse of Frankenstein. Four Sided Triangle has most in common with Fisher's Frankenstein Created Woman (1967).

Sonic Christmas Blast (1996)

Tricky Old Dogs (2018)

Total Retribution (2011)

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.

Angelina Ballerina: Angelina's Princess Dance (2005)

Sides Of A Horn (2018)

From Executive Producer Sir Richard Branson, Sides of a Horn is the first film to tell the story of Africa’s poaching war from both sides of the fence. Based on actual events, and filmed in a township directly impacted by wildlife crime, this dramatic short film follows the journey of two brothers-in-law fighting on opposite sides of a war that is driving a prehistoric species to the verge of extinction.

Step Up Love Story: Triple Love and Love Forever (2012)

Grace and Grit (2021)

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship (2018)

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rollercoaster of Friendship is a 2018 Canadian–American Flash animated one-hour television special based on Hasbro's My Little Pony: Equestria Girls toyline and media franchise, which is a spin-off of the 2010 relaunch of Hasbro's My Little Pony toyline. Written by Nick Confalone and directed by Ishi Rudell and Katrina Hadley, it is the second one-hour Equestria Girls special, following Forgotten Friendship (2018) and preceding Spring Breakdown (2019).

The Ones Who Stay (2018)

Hercules Houdini Holmes (2019)

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.

Last Moments (1974)

The Balloon Vendor (Italian: Il venditore di palloncini, also known as Last Moments) is a 1974 Italian drama film directed by Mario Gariazzo and starring James Whitmore.

Tonno spiaggiato (2018)

Makinavaja, el último choriso (1992)

The Sensuous Assassin (1970)

Solistin Anna Alt (1945)

Anna Alt or Soloist Anna Alt (German: Solistin Anna Alt) is a 1945 German drama film directed by Werner Klingler and starring Anneliese Uhlig, Will Quadflieg and Emil Lohkamp. A gifted pianist gives up her career to support her composer husband. It was one of comparatively few films released in Nazi Germany in 1945, due to increasing difficulties of film production during the later stages of the Second World War.

Der schwarze Freitag (1966)

The Dark Side of the Moon (1986)

The Dark Side of the Moon is a 1986 Danish drama film directed by Erik Clausen. The film was selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 59th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Favela Frontlines (2019)

Vivir y otras ficciones (2016)

Pueblo Viejo (2015)

Vengo Volviendo (2015)

The Five Days (1973)

The Five Days (Italian: Le cinque giornate; also known as The Five Days of Milan) is a 1973 comedy-drama film directed by Dario Argento.

La Redención (2018)

Japan's Longest Day (1967)

Japan's Longest Day, also known as The Emperor and the General, is a 1967 movie directed by Kihachi Okamoto. The subject of the majority of the movie is the period between noon on August 14, 1945, when Emperor Hirohito made the decision to surrender to the Allies in World War II and noon on August 15, 1945, when the emperor's taped message announcing the surrender was broadcast to the Japanese people. Joseph L. Anderson describes the film as "a meticulous reconstruction of the day Japan surrendered and thus ended the Pacific War. Several of Japan's most famous actors of the day participated in the film. These included Chishū Ryū as Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki, Toshirō Mifune as War Minister Korechika Anami, Takashi Shimura as Information Bureau Director Hiroshi Shimomura and Sō Yamamura as Navy Minister Mitsumasa Yonai. Tatsuya Nakadai serves as the narrator.

Las siete magníficas y audaces mujeres (1979)

Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of The Grateful Dead (2015)

Undue Influence (1996)

Papa Was Not A Rolling Stone (2014)

Kirk Cameron's Revive Us (2016)

The Slurb (2001)

Bruno Taschenbier leads an orderly small town life. The timid umbrella designer is pounded by his boss as well as by his overlord landlady, Frau Rotkohl. One day, however, Sams, a strange little creature with a reddish-brown hair and red hair, enters his life.

Millionen (2014)

Fishing Platform (2009)

Out of the hotbed of new talent emerging from the Indonesian film industry comes JERMAL, a festival favorite that's a thoughtful portrayal of the relationship between a father and son with a unique twist on the setting - the film takes place on an isolated fishing platform, or jermal, in the middle of the Malacca Straits off North Sumatra. After his mother's death, 12 year-old Jaya is sent to his father, Johar, who works as a supervisor on a jermal. However, the knowledge of a son is news to him and Johar rejects the boy as his kin. Fully aware he can't bring Jaya back to land due to a dark past, he's forced to utilize his son on the jermal. Faced with constant rejection from his father and relentless bullying by the other boys, Jaya gives up hope on being accepted and learns the skills and attitude needed to survive in the hard-scrabble environment of the jermal. Eventually, both father and son learn that they are bound by their past, united by the space in which they move, and connected by the inescapable truth. Capturing the pain and struggle of outsiders trying to be accepted, JERMAL - ultimately a story of survival -- follows in the compelling footsteps of films such as Slumdog Millionaire and City of God.

The Boot Factory (2000)

So weit und groß - Die Natur des Otto Modersohn (2011)

Au Coeur Du Combat (2012)

Casting JonBenet (2017)

Casting JonBenet is a 2017 documentary film about the death of JonBenét Ramsey and the large impact it left behind. The film was directed by Kitty Green.

Wader Wecker Father Land (2011)