The House Is Black (1963)

The House Is Black is an acclaimed Iranian documentary short film directed by Forough Farrokhzad.

Escapes (2017)

Directed by Michael Almereyda (Experimenter) and executive produced by Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Escapes blazes a wild path through mid-20th-century Hollywood via the experiences of Hampton Fancher – flamenco dancer, actor, and the unlikely producer and screenwriter of the landmark sci-fi classic Blade Runner. (Fancher also penned the story for its sequel, Blade Runner 2049.) A consummate raconteur, Fancher recounts episodes from his remarkable life — romantic misadventures with silver-screen stars, wayward acts of chivalry, jealousy, and friendship — matched with a parallel world of film and TV footage wherein Fancher plays cowboys, killers, fops, cads, and the occasional hero. Equal parts dense and fleet, Escapes shows how one man’s personal journey can unexpectedly shape a medium’s future.

D-Day: Code Name Overlord (1998)

The Great Masquerade (1973)

The Great Masquerade is a 1974 American mystery comedy film directed and co-written by Alan Ormsby, and stars Kaye Stevens, Roberts Blossom, Gay Perkins, Frank Logan, Robert Perault, Paul Cronin, and Anya Ormsby. The film's plot follows a detective who infiltrates a drag queen beauty contest aboard a cruise ship in order to solve a series of murders. It was shot in Miami, Florida, and was believed to be lost until circa 2014, when it was released on DVD by Vinegar Syndrome.

Best of Cinerama (1963)

Farewell, Friend (1968)

Adieu l’ami (also known as Farewell, Friend, reissued as Honor Among Thieves) is a 1968 French-Italian film directed by Jean Herman and produced by Serge Silberman, with a screenplay by Sebastien Japrisot. The film was a big success in Europe and was crucial to Charles Bronson's career, making him a star over there, after being pigeonholed as a supporting actor in Hollywood.

Take It Out In Trade (1970)

Take It Out in Trade is a 1970 softcore pornographic comedy, written and directed by Edward D. Wood, Jr. The plot centers on a couple who hire a private investigator (Michael Donovan O'Donnell) to locate their missing daughter. He finds her in a "house of ill-repute," full of various soft-core couplings. The film has never been made available on home video, but is extant.

You're on Your Own (1959)

Arrangiatevi!, internationally released as You're on Your Own, is a 1959 Italian comedy film directed by Mauro Bolognini. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.

La revolución de Juan Escopeta (2011)

Street Without End (1934)

Mikio Naruse’s final silent film is a gloriously rich portrait of a waitress, Sugiko, whose life, despite a host of male admirers and even some intrigued movie talent scouts, ends up taking a suffocatingly domestic turn after a wealthy businessman accidentally hits her with his car. Featuring vividly drawn characters and bold political commentary, Street Without End is the grandly entertaining silent melodrama with which Naruse arrived at the brink of the sound era.

Kyôfu joshikôkô: Bôkô rinchi kyôshitsu (1973)

Terrifying Girls' High School: Lynch Law Classroom is a 1973 Japanese film in the sukeban subgenre of Toei's "Pinky violence" style of Pink film. The second in the Terrifying Girls' High School series, this was the last entry in the series directed by Norifumi Suzuki and to pair Reiko Ike and Miki Sugimoto. It is notable as the first film to depict an omorashi fetish scene to a theatrical audience, in which a girl is forced to swallow a lot of water and then is denied to go to the toilet which ended in wetting herself in class.

The Daughter: I, a Woman Part III (1970)

City of the Vampires (1993)

The Official 3D 2010 FIFA World Cup Film (2010)

Los ritos sexuales del diablo (1982)

Animation Runner Kuromi 2 (2004)

Nightmare on Elmo's Street (2015)

Let's Not Meet (2018)

Doctor Dracula (1978)

Doctor Dracula is a 1978 horror film directed by Al Adamson, featuring horror movie icon John Carradine.

Spice Girls: Live in Istanbul (1997)

The Cinema Snob Movie (2012)

Fangs of the Wild (1939)

Fangs of the Wild is a 1939 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.

Ellcia (2006)

Reversed (2013)

Slayers: Excellent (1998)

Slayers Excellent is the second set of three Slayers OVA episodes featuring Lina Inverse and Naga the Serpent, following the earlier OVA series Slayers Special. The series was written by Keiko Watanabe basing on the original stories in the light novels by Hajime Kanzaka, directed by Hiroshi Watanabe and originally released in Japan in 1998–1999.

Juggernaut (1937)

An evil doctor and the greedy wife of a rich man plot to poison him so they can get their hands on his money.

The Hand of Franklin (2015)

The Hand of Franklin is a 2015 Canadian documentary film by Frank Wolf that follows a four-person team attempting to row the Northwest Passage in order to shed light on climate change in the Arctic. The film won the award for 'Best Documentary Feature' at the 2016 Ramunas Atelier International Film Awards, won for 'Best Canadian Film' at the 2015 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) and won the 'Adventure Award' at the 2016 San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival. It features music by Peirson Ross, The Cyrillic Typewriter, Sylvia Cloutier and Madeleine Allakariallak and airs in Canada on CBC's documentary channel.

Life of a Butterfly (2016)

The Beast and the Beauty (2005)

The Beast and the Beauty is a 2005 South Korean romantic comedy film.

Where North Holds Sway (1927)

Fertility: The Shared Journey with Mercier Therapy (2016)

Rustlers of Red Dog (1935)

Rustlers of Red Dog is a 1935 Universal movie serial based on the book The Great West That Was by William "Buffalo Bill" Cody. It was a remake of the earlier, 1930 serial The Indians are Coming.

Fight! Spirit of the Sword (1993)

Beware of Angels (2016)

The Motion: Gooch's Journey (2016)

Todd Oliver: Funny Dog (2014)

And the Crows Will Dig Your Grave (1971)

And the Crows Will Dig Your Grave (Spanish: Los buitres cavarán tu fosa) is a 1971 Spanish western film directed by Juan Bosch and starring Craig Hill, Fernando Sancho and Dominique Boschero. It is composed by Bruno Nicolai.

Where's Daddy? (2017)

Innocently Violent (2017)

Shenmue: The Movie (2001)

Paradise! Paradise! (2016)

From Here To Eternity: The Musical (2014)

Lucky Boy (2017)

Lucky Boy is a 2017 comedy and coming-of-age film directed by Boris Boo, and starring Wang Weiliang, Venus Wong, Chew Chor Meng and Chen Xiuhuan as the main cast.

Hot Ticket (1996)

The Master Key (1945)

The Master Key (1945) is a Universal movie serial.

Those Dirty Dogs (1973)

Those Dirty Dogs (Italian: Campa carogna... la taglia cresce, Spanish: Los cuatro de Fort Apache, also known as Charge!) is a 1973 Italian-Spanish-American Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Giuseppe Rosati and starring Gianni Garko and Stephen Boyd.

Bible Idiots (2015)

The Good Terrorist (2019)

Anak Hoki (2019)

Petak 13. II (2019)

Zustrich odnoklasnykiv (2019)

The Wreck (1927)

The Wreck is a 1925 American silent melodrama film directed by Ben Wilson and starring Shirley Mason, Malcolm McGregor, and Francis McDonald. It was released on February 5, 1927.

The Himalayan Diaries (2019)

A Serial Killer's Guide to Life (2020)

Self-help addict Lou unwittingly embarks on a road trip of violent self discovery with her unhinged new life coach Val. 30-something, self-help addict, Lou Farnt (Katie Brayben) wants nothing more than to escape her overly controlling mother and the dead-end seaside town where she grew up. When strange and strikingly confident new life coach Val (Poppy Roe) invites Lou on a road trip of alternative therapies, Lou finds the perfect opportunity to leave, and the perfect person to become. Unfortunately for Lou, Val’s a serial killer.

Vosotros sois mi película (2019)

Sugartown - for a fistful of votes (2019)

Die Farbe der Sehnsucht (2017)

"The color of longing" begins with a butterfly, which Layla wants to have tattooed. She talks not only about this desire, but also about other small and big dreams, which would probably never come true for her. Layla lives as a Muslim woman in Doha, Qatar - a surreal city between the desert and the sea, which favors wealth and manifests the lucky fantasies of its inhabitants in shopping malls.

Far til fire og ulveungerne (1958)

Father of Four and the Wolf Cubs (Danish: Far til fire og ulveungerne) is a 1958 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks and Robert Saaskin.

Simon Talbot: Talle alene i verden (2013)

Frode og alle de andre rødder (2008)

The Sun King (2005)

The Sun King is a 2005 Danish comedy film directed by Tomas Villum Jensen.

My Sisters Kids in the Snow (2002)

Words from the City (2007)

Nasha Russia. Yaytsa sudby (2010)

Our Russia. Balls of Fate (Russian: Наша Russia. Яйца судьбы, translit. Nasha Russia. Yaitsa sudby) is a 2011 Russian comedy film directed by Gleb Orlov. It is the continuation of the sketch-comedy series Our Russia. The film was the highest-grossing film of 2010 in Russia - $22.2 million.

Preobrazhenie (2016)

Dukh baltiyskiy (2017)

Miwa: Looking for Black Lizard (2010)

Ein Hells Angel Unter Brudern (2014)

Klein Erna auf dem Jungfernstieg (1969)

Shanghai Belle (2011)

SHANGHAI BELLE portrays Xin, a beautiful and quiet Chinese girl, propelled from the slums of Shanghaï to the glittering world of Paris, discovering the wild and carefree lifestyle of a photographic model. Her life is a whirlwind of drugs, money, sex and love. Paris, the famous “City of Light,” is also a giant meat market, producing and discarding young hopefuls at a terrifying speed.

Der König von Berlin (2017)

The Pharmacist (1997)

The Pharmacist (German: Die Apothekerin) is a 1997 German comedy film based on the eponymous novel by Ingrid Noll.

Tape_13 (2014)

The Way (2009)

Campus (1998)

O Homem Que Desafiou o Diabo (2007)

O Homem Que Desafiou o Diabo (Portuguese for The Man who Defied the Devil) is a 2007 Brazilian comedy film directed and co-written by Moacyr Góes. It stars Marcos Palmeira, Flávia Alessandra, Lívia Falcão, Sérgio Mamberti and Fernanda Paes Leme.

Flodder 3 (1995)

Flodder 3 is a 1995 Dutch comedy film directed by Dick Maas. It is the third and last movie about the anti-social family, called 'Flodder'. The movie is not a continuation of the previous two movies, but of the TV series. Different from the first two movies, son Kees is now played by actor Stefan de Walle and Johnnie Flodder is now played by Coen van Vrijberghe de Coningh, the same actor as in the TV series.

Mountain Movers (2013)

Adrenaline-packed series presented by Chevrolet, goes behind the scenes to show viewers how world-class, high-intensity snow competition courses are constructed.

The Way of the Little Dragon (1997)

Believe it or Don't (1935)

Betty Boop with Henry the Funniest Living American (1935)

Betty Boop with Henry, the Funniest Living American is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Carl Anderson's Henry. The short was also released as Betty Boop with Henry.

Molly Moo-Cow and the Butterflies (1935)

Mont Dore: L'Etablissement thermal (1900)

Na carne e na alma (2012)

UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied II - Moon Rising (2009)

Roy Chubby Brown: Jingle Bx@!cks (1994)

Nuit de la glisse 2005 (2005)

Med hjertet i dansen (2016)

Hard & Soft (2016)

Danger Island (1931)

Danger Island (1931) is a Universal pre-Code film serial. It is considered to be lost. Kenneth Harlan played Captain Drake (the hero), and Lucile Brown played heroine Bonnie Adams.

Wiener G'schichten (1940)

Vienna Tales (German:Wiener G'schichten) is a 1940 musical comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Marte Harell, Olly Holzmann and Hans Moser. The film is set in Imperial Vienna at the beginning of the twentieth century. The film's sets were designed by Hans Ledersteger and Ernst Richter.

El hijo del crack (1953)

El Hijo del crack (meaning "Son of the Star") is a 1953 Argentine football drama film co-directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson and Leopoldo Torres Ríos and starring Armando Bo and Oscar Rovito. The film, a tale of a dwindling professional football star and his son was released on December 15, 1953 in Normandie cinema in Buenos Aires. The cast involved major professional football players of the time as Mario Boyé, Tucho Méndez and Ángel Labruna and journalists such as Fioravanti. It is the last film in which Leopoldo Torres Ríos and Leopoldo Torre Nilsson (father and son) worked together. The 77 minute film was produced by Sociedad Independiente Filmadora Argentina (SIFA).

Miami Noir: The Arthur E. Teele Story (2008)

Die Kuckucks (1949)

The Cuckoos (German: Die Kuckucks) is a 1949 German comedy drama film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Ina Halley, Rainer Penkert and Carsta Löck. It was shot in Berlin. The film was made in the Soviet Zone, in what would soon become East Germany. The film's sets were designed by the art director Wilhelm Vorwerg.

Die keusche Sünderin (1944)

Step by Step (2009)

Hin und her (1948)

Hotel der toten Gäste (1965)

Hotel der toten Gäste is a 1965 German thriller film directed by Eberhard Itzenplitz and starring Joachim Fuchsberger, Karin Dor, Frank Latimore, Wolfgang Kieling and Elke Sommer. The police are called to a hotel, filled with visitors in town for the Sanremo Music Festival, where one of the guests has been murdered. The film was shot in Bavaria.

What's in the Darkness (2016)

Keepsake (2010)