Trubach (2014)

Littekens (2013)

Brugklas: De Tijd van m'n Leven (2019)

Brugklas: De tijd van m'n leven is a 2019 film directed by Raymond Grimbergen. The film is based on the television series The First Years (Brugklas). The film won the Golden Film award after having sold 100,000 tickets.

Another Battle (2000)

New Battles Without Honor and Humanity , also known as Another Battle, is a 2000 Japanese yakuza film directed by Junji Sakamoto. It is a remake of Kinji Fukasaku's Battles Without Honor and Humanity series from the 1970s, which were adapted from a series of newspaper articles by journalist Kōichi Iiboshi, that were rewrites of a manuscript originally written by real-life yakuza Kōzō Minō while he was in prison.

Desperate Sunflowers the Movie (2016)

A Chaos of Flowers (1988)

A Chaos of Flowers is a 1988 Japanese film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. The theme is the movements of society and art in the Taishō period from the viewpoint of Akiko Yosano.

Minazuki (1999)

Crow's Thumb (2012)

Karasu no Oyayubi is a 2012 Japanese film directed by Tadafumi Itō and based on a novel by Shusuke Michio.

Tora-san's Forbidden Love (1984)

Tora-san's Forbidden Love is a 1984 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Reiko Ōhara as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Forbidden Love is the thirty-fourth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

Urutoraman Zeasu (1996)

Kiyoku yawaku (2013)

Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie (2012)

Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie is a 2012 Japanese tokusatsu superhero film to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Metal Hero Series' first entry, Space Sheriff Gavan, and is a sequel to the Space Sheriff series. Kenji Ohba, Toshiaki Nishizawa, and Shōzō Iizuka reprise their roles from the original television series.

MONSTERZ: Monsutâzu (2014)

Monsterz is a 2014 Japanese fantasy horror thriller film directed by Hideo Nakata. It is a remake of the 2010 South Korean film Haunters.

Dôtonborigawa (1982)

Dotonbori River (道頓堀川, Dotonborigawa) is a 1982 Japanese film directed by Kinji Fukasaku.

South to the Horizon (1986)

Minami e Hashire, Umi no Michi o! (南へ走れ、海の道を!) is a 1986 Japanese film directed by Seiji Izumi.

La pazza della porta accanto: Conversazione con Alda Merini (2013)

Lisa dagli occhi blu (1969)

The Right Distance (2007)

La giusta distanza, internationally released as The Right Distance, is a 2007 Italian drama film directed by Carlo Mazzacurati. It entered the competition at the second Rome Film Festival. The film was later awarded with a Nastro d'argento for best script; it was also nominated for several David di Donatello awards, including categories for best film and best actress.

Zum Teufel mit der Penne - Die Lümmel von der ersten Bank, 2. Teil (1968)

Zum Teufel mit der Penne is a 1968 West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Peter Alexander, Hans Kraus and Hannelore Elsner. Its English title is To Hell with School. It was the second in the Die Lümmel von der ersten Bank series of comedy films.

Speaking of the Devil (1991)

Speaking of the Devil (Italian: Un piede in paradiso, also known as Standing In Paradise) is a 1991 Italian comedy film directed by Enzo Barboni. It is the last collaboration between Barboni and Bud Spencer. The role of Victor was originally intended to be played by Terence Hill, but Hill had to refuse as still being engaged on the set of the Lucky Luke TV series. The film was filmed in Florida.

Three Men in the Snow (1974)

Three Men in the Snow (German: Drei Männer im Schnee) is a 1974 West German comedy film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Klaus Schwarzkopf, Roberto Blanco and Thomas Fritsch. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same title by Erich Kästner.

Boris - Il film (2011)

Boris: The Film (Italian: Boris - Il film) is a 2011 Italian comedy film directed by Giacomo Ciarrapico, Mattia Torre and Luca Vendruscolo. It is based on the television series Boris.

El grito (2000)

Giovanni Segantini - Magic of Light (2015)

The Bare Wench Project 2: Scared Topless (2001)

Dispongo de barcos (2011)

I Like To Play Games (1995)

I Like to Play Games is a 1995 American erotic drama film that was directed by Moctezuma Lobato and written by David Keith Miller. It starred Lisa Boyle and the late Ken Steadman, with Jennifer Burton, Monique Noel, and Cheryl Rixon also being featured in the cast. It was released on September 15, 1995, and was followed in 1999 by I Like to Play Games Too.

Boys Briefs (1999)

Female Animal (1970)

Dungeon Of Desire (1999)

Ani Yerushalmi (1971)

The Sex Side of Low Budget Films (2004)

Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America (2019)

Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America offers a fascinating look at the varied ways Americans are choosing to both find meaning and celebrate life as it comes to an end. With attitudes about death and end-of-life choices rapidly changing, 2018 saw the first time more Americans chose cremation over more expensive, traditional burials, disrupting the $16 billion a year funeral industry. As the baby boomer generation approaches death, more and more are rethinking the way end of life is recognized and are deciding to take control of what will happen when they die. Alternate Endings tells six stories of people nearing death, as well as family members of the recently deceased, who have chosen non-traditional end-of-life options and remembrances, from celebrations of life and living wakes, to green burials, extraterrestrial burials and more. Profoundly intimate and illuminating, the film explores what it means to be near death, either from age or terminal illness, and captures the healing power of honoring, giving thanks, and staying true to loved ones who have passed away.

Germany 09: 13 Short Films About the State of the Nation (2009)

Germany 09 is a German anthology film composed of 13 short films that contemplated the state of German at the time. It was conceived as a rejoinder to the 1977 anthology film Germany in Autumn after 30 years of German history have passed.

The Lame Pigeon (1995)

The Lame Pigeon (Spanish: El palomo cojo) is a 1995 Spanish drama film written and directed by Jaime de Armiñán, based on the eponymous novel by Eduardo Mendicutti published in 1991. It stars María Barranco, Francisco Rabal, Carmen Maura and Miguel Ángel Muñoz. It is a coming of age story of a ten-year-old boy sent to the house of his maternal grandparents, which is full of eccentric characters. The boy has to deal with the realization of his sexual identity. The title makes reference to the analogy of a lame pigeon with homosexuality. The film is an exploration of class and sexual identity in Andalusia, Spain, in the 1950s.

Two Little Pups (1936)

A hen tries to get something to eat from a garden, but is chased around the yard by the titular pups.

The Wayward Pups (1937)

Fanchon, the Cricket (1915)

Fanchon, the Cricket is a 1915 American silent drama film produced by Famous Players Film Company and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is based on a novel, La Petite Fadette by George Sand. It was directed by James Kirkwood and stars Mary Pickford, now working for Adolph Zukor and Daniel Frohman. A previous film version of the story was released in 1912 by IMP (later Universal) and directed by Herbert Brenon.Fanchon, the Cricket is the only film to feature all three Pickford siblings: Mary (in the lead role), Lottie, and Jack Pickford. Milton Berle, Fred, and Adele Astaire are also listed among the cast. Astaire biographer Tim Satchell maintains that the film is the only one to feature the dancing duo of Fred and Adele Astaire. Fred Astaire later said he had no recollection of working on the film. All three roles have yet to be positively confirmed.

Toyland Broadcast (1934)

Safety (2013)

Sana dati (2013)

Sana Dati is a 2013 Philippine romantic drama film written, directed, edited, and scored by Jerrold Tarog. It is about a woman who stalls her big wedding when a guy with a camera shows up and reminds her of a love she once had. It is the final installment to Tarog's Camera trilogy which include Confessional (2007) and The Blood Trail (2009). The film competed under the Directors Showcase sidebar of Cinemalaya 2013, and won Best Film and other technical awards at the festival's awards night.

Living the Light - Robby Müller (2018)

Kleine Germanen - Eine Kindheit in der rechten Szene (2019)

My Wife Got Married (2008)

My Wife Got Married is a 2008 South Korean film. Directed by Jeong Yoon-soo and starring Kim Joo-hyuk and Son Ye-jin in the lead roles, the film is adapted from a bestselling novel of the same name by Park Hyun-wook.

Hanbando (2006)

Hanbando is a 2006 South Korean blockbuster film.

Project 577 (2012)

Too Beautiful to Lie (2004)

Too Beautiful to Lie (Hangul: 그녀를 믿지 마세요; RR: Geunyeoreul midji maseyo; lit. "Don't Believe Her") is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film about a beautiful ex-con and a naive village pharmacist.

Private I's (2012)

No. 3 (1997)

No. 3 (넘버3) is a 1997 South Korean gangster comedy film starring Han Suk-kyu as the titular no. 3 man of a gangster organization who's aspiring to rise up the ranks and become the leader of his own gang. It was writer-director Song Nung-han's debut film.

Dying To Live (2014)

Dying to Live is an Australian feature-length documentary film that reveals how Australia lags behind similar countries in organ and tissue donor registration numbers. The film was produced by Richard Todd of Aquarius Productions and Ben McNeill of Intrinsic Story, and was directed by Todd. The film features Australian organ and tissue donors and recipients from Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland.

Dream Horse (2020)

Dream Horse is an upcoming drama film directed by Euros Lyn, from a screenplay by Neil McKay. It stars Toni Collette and Damian Lewis. It had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2020. It is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on April 17, 2020, by Warner Bros. Pictures and in the United States on May 1, 2020, by Bleecker Street.

Cuando los ángeles duermen (2018)

After a businessman falls asleep at the wheel and hits a woman with his car, his interactions with her scared friend unleash a string of dark events.

By the Name of Tania (2019)

Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend (2019)

Antoine Griezmann: The Making of a Legend is a 2019 documentary film directed by Alex Dell, following Antoine Griezmann's path from Real Sociedad in Spain, to Atletico Madrid, and all the way to winning the FIFA World Cup with France in 2018. It was released on Netflix on March 21, 2019.

Il prigioniero della montagna (1955)

La historia de Jan (2016)

Bablo (2011)

Die Lümmel von der ersten Bank - 1. Trimester: Zur Hölle mit den Paukern (1968)

Zur Hölle mit den Paukern is a 1968 West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Hans Kraus, Theo Lingen and Günther Schramm. It was the first entry into the seven part Die Lümmel von der ersten Bank series of comedy films.

Bom (2012)

Fish School 2 (2019)

Iwo Jima: From Combat to Comrades (2015)

Sherlock Holmes and the Baskerville Curse (1983)

Sherlock Holmes and the Baskerville Curse is a 1983 Australian animated television film directed by Eddie Graham. It is an adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901-1902), the third of his novels featuring Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson.

L.DK (2014)

The Detective Is in the Bar (2011)

Detective in the Bar is a 2011 Japanese drama film directed by Hajime Hashimoto and based on a novel by Naomi Azuma.

Madness in Bloom (2002)

Corpse Party: Book of Shadows (2016)

High Heels Revolution! (2016)

Corpse Party (2015)

Corpse Party is a 2015 Japanese horror film directed by Masafumi Yamada and starring Ikoma Rina, Ikeoka Ryōsuke and Maeda Nozomi. The film is based on the Corpse Party video game series. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2015. A sequel, Corpse Party Book of Shadows was released on July 30, 2016.

Battle of Britain: The Real Story (2010)

Christmas Cracker (2015)

Princess Jellyfish (2014)

The Castle of Crossed Destinies (2012)

The Woman with No Face (2015)

All About My Wife (2012)

All About My Wife is a 2012 South Korean romantic comedy film directed by Min Kyu-dong, about a timid husband who hires a professional Casanova to seduce his seemingly perfect but fearsome wife, hoping this will make her divorce him. Starring Im Soo-jung, Lee Sun-kyun and Ryu Seung-ryong, the movie was released in theaters on May 17, 2012.

Russkiy Bes (2019)

Doraemon: Nobita's Chronicle of the Moon Exploration (2019)

Doraemon the Movie 2019: Nobita's Chronicle of the Moon Exploration is a Japanese science-fiction anime film. It was premiered on March 1, 2019. It is directed by Shinnosuke Yakuwa and screenplay by Mizuki Tsujimura.

Assassins' Contract (2019)

I Am Miranda: Chains, Chainsaws and the Cricket (2018)

Waruboro (2007)

Tomika hîrô resukyû fôsu bakuretsu mûbî: Mahha torein o resukyû seyo! (2008)

Call from Darkness (1981)

Taiyo no kisetsu (1956)

Season of the Sun is a 1956 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Takumi Furukawa.

What Is Your Name? (1953)

After School (2008)

Kamome Diner (2006)

Kamome Diner is a 2006 comedy film written and directed by Japanese director Naoko Ogigami, based on a novel by Yōko Mure. The film is set in the Finnish capital Helsinki, and follows a Japanese woman who sets up a diner serving Japanese food in the city, and the friends she makes in the process.

Ramen Samurai (2011)

Drucker in the Dugout (2011)

Moshi Kōkō Yakyū no Joshi Manager ga Drucker no "Management" o Yondara is a 2011 Japanese live-action film directed by Makoto Tanaka which was released in Japanese cinemas on 4 June 2011. It is based on the bestselling book of the same name and followed a preceding anime series also of the same name.

A Broken Drum (1949)

Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)

Tora-san's Dream of Spring aka Torasan Dreams Springtime is a 1979 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Kyōko Kagawa as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Dream of Spring is the twenty-fourth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

Yagyu Clan Conspiracy (1978)

Shogun's Samurai , also known as The Yagyu Clan Conspiracy and Intrigue of the Yagyu Clan, is a 1978 Japanese historical martial arts period film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. The film is the first of two period films by Fukasaku starring Shinichi "Sonny" Chiba as Jūbei Mitsuyoshi Yagyū, the other being Samurai Reincarnation. The film was adapted into a teleplay called The Yagyu Conspiracy which was broadcast by Kansai Telecasting Corporation for 39 one-hour TV episodes from 1978 to 1979.

Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)

Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset a.k.a. Torasan and the Painter and Tora-san's Sunset Glow is a 1976 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Kiwako Taichi as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset is the seventeenth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

Great Jailbreak (1975)

Run, Truck Rascal, Run! (1979)

Kamogawa Horumo: Battle League in Kyoto (2009)

Battle League Horumo is a Japanese fantasy-action-comedy film directed by Katsuhide Motoki.

I Give My First Love to You (2009)

I Give My First Love to You is a 2009 Japanese film. It was based on a manga of the same name by Kotomi Aoki, and it was released on 24 October 2009 in Japanese cinemas. This story revolves around Takuma Kakinouchi, a boy who is told he will die before he is 20, and Mayu Taneda, a girl who is in love with him.

Poetry Angel (2017)

Torakku yarô: Ichiban hoshi kita e kaeru (1978)

Tora-San Loves an Artist (1973)

Tora-san Loves an Artist aka Tora-san Goes French is a 1973 Japanese comedy film directed by Yoji Yamada. It stars Kiyoshi Atsumi as Torajirō Kuruma (Tora-san), and Keiko Kishi as his love interest or "Madonna". Tora-san Loves an Artist is the twelfth entry in the popular, long-running Otoko wa Tsurai yo series.

Castle Under Fiery Skies (2009)

Hangyaku no Melody (1970)