Clara No Es Nombre De Mujer (2012)
Suburban Birds (2019)
A striking debut from China’s Qiu Sheng, SUBURBAN BIRDS is a tantalizing mystery and a bittersweet coming-of-age comedy rolled into one. Hao (Mason Lee) is part of a team of young engineers called in to investigate a series of craters that have opened up on the edge of the city. As he and his team survey the subsiding area, another story is taking place in the same suburban landscape. A younger boy, also named Hao, spends long afternoons playing with friends and making mischief until one-by-one, his playmates start to disappear. As these parallel stories unfold, the connections between them proliferate and grow stranger. With virtuosic assurance, Qiu employs distinct styles for each of the two narrative strands and unites them with a wry and wistful sense of humor. SUBURBAN BIRDS is both a reflection on the slippery nature of memory as well as a comment on China’s rapid urbanization that heralds the arrival of an exciting new voice. A Locarno Film Festival and New Directors/New Films selection.
Ramy Yousseff: Feelings (2019)
Ramy Youseff: Feelings is the comedian and actor’s first HBO stand-up comedy special. The exclusive presentation was taped in front of a live audience at the landmark Chicago Cultural Center. The special will also be available on HBO On Demand, HBO NOW, HBO GO and partners’ streaming platforms
Sharing candid anecdotes from his life, the Egyptian-American comedian, writer, actor and director offers his thoughts on a number of subjects, including: the best day of the week to pray, his father’s immigration story and connection to Donald Trump, his complicated love for Lebron James, whether dogs are really man’s best friend, and how sometimes he wishes he had never had sex.
Trippel Trappel Dierensinterklaas (2014)
Puro Mula (2011)
I Can Speak (2017)
‘Ok-boon’, aka the Goblin Granny, is a feisty, elderly woman who combs through the town for any sign of trouble. Over a span of 20 years, she has filed 8000 complaints to the district office. When ‘Min-jae’, a stickler Level 9 civil official, transfers over and asks the unstoppable granny, according to procedure, to take a number for her complaints, great tension rises. One day, ‘Ok-boon’ witnesses ‘Min-jae’ speaking English like a native, when she’s disheartened for not improving in English after many years of studying, and begs him to teach her. Later, the unlikely duo, with absolutely nothing in common, begin having English lessons. As they spend more time together, they start to understand and communicate with each other and become close like family. Having always wondered why Ok-boon is so bent on learning English, Min-jae later learns that there is something she must say in English.
Three's A Shroud (2012)
Pawlenski: Der Mensch und die Macht (2017)
Apocalypse Watch (1997)
Shackle is a 2012 Indonesian horror film directed by Upi Avianto. The film is set in Jakarta and involves Elang who has nightmares about an unknown woman in a car with a man in a rabbit suit and dead bodies in the back. Elang later sees this woman in a bar and explains that she's been evicted from her apartment. Elang's nightmares grow worse after he is told by the woman that men had raped and tortured her. Elang agrees to accompany her to face them.
Looking For Sophia (2004)
Zwei Herren im Anzug (2018)
Espera un milagro (2011)
Mugamoodi is a 2019 Indian Tamil short film written and directed by Mysskin that features Jiiva, Pooja Hegde and Narain in lead roles. It is the first Tamil super-hero movie. The film is about a man who cannot tolerate injustice and corruption and hence turns into a vigilante to fight against it for a better society. This film was dedicated to Bruce Lee. With mixed critical response the film was released on 31 August 2012, along with its dubbed Telugu version titled Mask. It has also been dubbed in Hindi as Mahabali Ek Super Hero.
An entertaining and provocative look at how everyone's favourite F-word has variously enriched or infected Western culture and how it is now a staple part of film, comedy, music and television. Director Steven Anderson knocks the theory that it stands for 'Fornication Under the Consent of the King' on the head, while a variety of talking heads, from Billy Connolly to Hunter S Thompson, offer their views. Add to the pot some smart interlinking animation from Bill Plympton and you have a fast and loose cult comedy that offers effective verbal relief.
Chillers 2 (2015)
Sicario del infierno (2013)
Mannheim - Der Film (2016)
The Black Sheep (1968)
La pecora nera is a 2010 Italian comedy film directed by Ascanio Celestini. The film was nominated for the Golden Lion at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
Apple Stories (2012)
House Of Numbers (2009)
House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic is a 2009 documentary film directed, produced, and hosted by Brent Leung and described by him as an objective examination of the idea that HIV causes AIDS. The film argues that human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is harmless and does not cause acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), a position known as AIDS denialism. The film's claims of impartiality have been widely rejected by scientists, and the film's claims about HIV/AIDS have been dismissed as pseudoscience and conspiracy theory masquerading as even-handed examination.
A group of scientists interviewed for the film later complained that their comments had been misrepresented and taken out of context, and that the film promotes pseudoscience. The film also interviews Christine Maggiore, a prominent AIDS denialist who later died after suffering from AIDS-related conditions.
Bullyparade - Der Film (2017)
Bullyparade - Der Film (English: Bullyparade - The Movie) is an upcoming 2017 German parody movie. Directed by Michael Herbig, it is a film adaptation of his ProSieben television show Bullyparade.
Einstein is a 2008 Italian television movie written and directed by Liliana Cavani. The film is based on real life events of scientist Albert Einstein and it stars Vincenzo Amato in the title role.
The Wordz Project (2010)
Pilgrim Porky (1940)
Calling Dr. Porky (1940)
Spear of Destiny (2010)
Os Três Mosqueteiros Trapalhões (1980)
Fire Cheese (1941)
Rich Men's Wives (1922)
Officer Pooch (1941)
Officer Pooch is called out to rescue a kitten that is repeatedly chased up telephone poles and trees by an aggressive little dog.
The Crackpot Quail (1941)
Kongeligt besøg (1954)
According to the Criminal Investigation Service... (1979)
Please Don't Go (2007)
Sorbole... che romagnola! (1976)
The Ruse (1915)
The Other Side of the Underneath (1973)
The Other Side of the Underneath is a 1972 British feature film written and directed by Jane Arden and starring Sheila Allen, Liz Danciger, Penny Slinger, Ann Lynn, and Suzanka Fraey. Other members of the Holocaust Theatre Company appear in the film. It is the only British feature film in the 1970s to be solely directed by a woman. Jane Arden herself also appears in the film. The title of the film is taken from a line in Arden's play Vagina Rex and the Gas Oven which was a huge success at the London Arts Lab in 1969.
The Erotic Diary of Misty Mundae (2004)
Luke's Lost Lamb (1916)
Luke's Lost Lamb is a 1916 American short comedy film starring Harold Lloyd.
Contrary Condor (1944)
Contrary Condor is a 1944 Donald Duck short film by Walt Disney Productions and RKO Radio Pictures.
Fragments of Antonin (2006)
Store gutter gråter ikke (1995)
Sioux Me (1965)
The Good Egg (1945)
Romeo & Julius (2009)
Salzburg Stories (1957)
Pest from the West (1939)
A millionaire vacationing in Mexico falls for a local girl and sets out to win her.
One Run Elmer (1935)
One Run Elmer is a 1935 American short comedy film featuring Buster Keaton.
Pédale dure (2004)
199 Tips to Be Happy (2008)
Orlando Vargas (2005)
Polar Pals (1931)
Among Those Present (1921)
Among Those Present is a 1921 American "three-reeler" silent comedy film starring Harold Lloyd and Mildred Davis.
Porky's Tire Trouble (1939)
The Autograph Hound (1939)
Autograph hound Donald, despite the security guard, manages to get signatures from Greta Garbo, 'Mickey Rooney' , Sonja Henie, The Ritz Brothers, and Shirley Temple.
Her Birthday Present (1913)
We Americans (1928)
Rasmines bryllup (1935)
The Star Boarder (1919)
The Star Boarder is a 1914 American short comedy film starring Charlie Chaplin.
Hell's Angel (1994)
Hell's Angel is a television documentary programme criticising Mother Teresa which premiered in the UK on Channel 4's Without Walls arts strand on 8 November 1994. It was hosted by Christopher Hitchens, directed by Jenny Morgan, and produced by journalist Tariq Ali. Hitchens and Ali co-wrote the programme's script. Hitchens originally titled the documentary Sacred Cow, but the film's backers instead chose Hell's Angel as the title.
Niels Pind og hans dreng (1941)
Natlogi betalt (1957)
Ausser Rand und Band am Wolfgangsee (1972)
The Hangnail (1999)
Lykken kommer (1942)
Black Silk (1961)
Black Silk is a 1961 Thai crime drama film written and directed by Rattana Pestonji.
Kiwi! is a 2006 computer-generated animation created by Dony Permedi, a student in the New York City School of Visual Arts, as his Master's Thesis Animation, with music composed and performed by Tim Cassell. The animation's story of a kiwi that aspires to fly created a major Internet phenomenon after it was hosted on the video sharing site YouTube. Unofficial versions of the video pair it with Mad World by Gary Jules. These versions became popular viral videos.
Train 56 (1943)
I Know I'll See Your Face Again (2001)
Domino Kid (1957)
To mistenkelige personer (1950)
Ophelia Comes To Town (1985)
The Blind Child (1964)
Tonka of the Gallows (1930)
Bliss is a 1917 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. The film was thought lost until a copy was discovered in 1978 in Dawson City, Yukon, Canada.
The Pencil and the Rubber (1960)
Am Ende die Hoffnung (2011)
Ce n'è per tutti (2009)
The Story of Menstruation (1946)
The Story of Menstruation is a 1946 10-minute American animated film produced by Walt Disney Productions. It was commissioned by the International Cello-Cotton Company and was shown in a non-theatrical release to approximately 105 million American students in health education classes. In 2015, it was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
Allegro barbaro (2002)
Allegro barbaro is a 1979 Hungarian drama film directed by Miklós Jancsó.The film starring György Cserhalmi, Zsuzsa Czinkóczi, Lajos Balázsovits, Georgiana Tarjan, István Kovács in the lead roles.
Per un dollaro a Tucson si muore (1964)
Le signal rouge (1949)
Lisístrata is a 2002 Spanish comedy film directed by Francesc Bellmunt. It is based on a comic book by the German cartoonist Ralf König, which in turn is loosely based on the play Lysistrata by Aristophanes.
The Frozen Star (1977)
A Stranger Knocks (1959)
Bikini Girls on Dinosaur Planet (2005)
The Big Exchange (1992)
Der Ammenkönig (1935)