Veedevadu in Telugu, Yaar Ivan in Tamil is a 2017 Indian bilingual action drama thriller film written and directed by Tatineni Satya. Shot in Telugu and Tamil, the film features Sachiin J. Joshi and Esha Gupta in the lead roles, with Prabhu also in a pivotal role. Featuring music composed by S. Thaman, the venture began production in May 2015.
Breaking the Cycle (2013)
Red Rain (2013)
Nobel Price Concert 2009 (2009)
Each year Nobel Media organises a classical concert as a tribute to the Nobel Laureates. This 2009 concert features the charismatic virtuoso Martha Argerich playing Ravel's mercurial Piano Concerto in G major, supported with vivacity and polish by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Russian conductor Yuri Temirkanov. Bringing the first half of the concert to a close, Argerich plays Chopin's tiny, gem-like Mazurka, Op. 24 No. 2 in C major. Under Temirkanov's baton, the orchestra then gives rich and insightful performances of music by Shostakovich and Prokofiev.
The 12 Cellists (2012)
Since 1972 the 12 Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker have been a prominent institution in international musical life. Whether they’re playing classical music, jazz, tango or avant-garde, listeners around the world are invariably fascinated by the wide range of the unique and intoxicating timbres that these twelve cellos can produce. Their mixture of seriousness and humor, of depth and lightness, appeals to audiences of all ages. Among the contemporary composers who have written works especially for the “12” are Boris Blacher, Jean Françaix, Iannis Xenakis, Arvo Pärt, and Tan Dun. The documentary by Enrique Sánchez Lansch portrays the ensemble of the 12 Cellists, its history and its individual members. Also available: The 12 Cellists: The 40th Anniversary Concert.
Lucerne Festival 04: Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 (2005)
With the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, a globally unique orchestra was formed, made sure of great moments and international headlines. "A conductor is back, an orchestra reborn" the New York Times wrote, "The miracle of Lucerne" praised the Berliner Tagesspiegel. In the summer of 2004, the Lucerne Festival Orchestra embarks on its second season. Once again, Claudio Abbado stands at the music stand of an exquisite orchestra drawing together outstanding orchestral musicians and soloists such as Kolja Blacher, Natalia Gutman, Reinhold Friedrich and Sabine Meyer. Live-recording including Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 5.
Philharmonic Berlin 2014 (2014)
Both come from Buenos Aires, both have made global careers for themselves. Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim are not only fellow countrymen; they also both began to give concerts in their youth, as soloists and with an orchestra. In addition, the two have a particular interest in chamber music in common - the repertoire spanning from the classics to modernism. They now appear together: a summit meeting of two of the most eminent pianists of the past few decades and of the present.
1000 Waves to Surfing Glory (2013)
The film is presented in a dream like structure with no distracting titles letting the visual imagery speak freely to your surfing soul and wanderlust. With over two hours of epic surf adventure this film will stoke the fires of your surfing dreams.
Project Acheron: Patagonia (2015)
This documentary follows four elite athletes as they traverse the beautiful and wild terrain of Patagonia. Led by two American Navy SEALs and a Patagonian guide, the team undergoes a physical and spiritual transformation that they never expected.
Wild 90 (1968)
Wild 90 is a 1968 experimental film directed and produced by U.S. novelist Norman Mailer, who also plays the starring role.
Journalists: Killed in the Line of Duty (2003)
Lucerne Festival 2009 - Abbado conducts Mahler No. 4 Rückert Lieder (2009)
The charismatic and inspiring Claudio Abbado and the magnificent mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená, with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, hold the audience spellbound in this live recording from Lucerne Festival in Summer. Mahler’s five Rückert-Lieder – in a profoundly moving and rapturously received performance – precede Mahler’s sublime and deeply personal Fourth Symphony. This extraordinary work is executed with power, passion and sensitivity, with Magdalena Kožená giving a transcendent rendition of the final movement.
Europakonzert 2003 from Lisboa (2003)
The marvellous Portuguese pianist Maria João Pires was joined by Pierre Boulez and the Berlin Philharmonic for the European Concert 2003. Since 1991, when the Berlin Philharmonic gave their first European Concert, this annual musical summit in important cultural cities has become a brand name for excellent musicianship and high quality recorded music films. This concert came from Lisbon and took place in a spectacular location, the ‘Mosteiro dos Jerónimos’ – an impressive monastery built in the early 16th century and a UNESCO-accredited World Heritage Site. The programme included Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra and Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.20 – a perfect programme choice, as Maria João Pires is a sought-after Mozart pianist and Pierre Boulez enjoys an excellent reputation as one of the greatest Bartók conductors ever. The DVD comes in 5.1 surround sound in Dolby Digital and DTS in widescreen 16:9 ratio and features a portrait of Lisbon and a “behind-the-scenes” picture gallery as a bonus.
Unstoppable Marriage (2007)
Unstoppable Marriage is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It stars veteran actors Kim Soo-mi and Im Chae-moo alongside popstar and television actress Eugene and Ha Seok-jin. The film is Eugene's big screen debut, and is also the directorial debut of Kim Seong-wook, who previously worked as an assistant director on other films such as Fun Movie (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003) and Lovely Rivals (2004).
405 is a three-minute film released in June 2000 and produced by Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt. It was the first short film to become widely distributed on the Internet and briefly became a media sensation. 405 is an example of one of the first, if not the first, viral film properties. In the year it was released, film critic Roger Ebert referred to 405 as "the most famous short film in the history of the Internet."
Madness (German:Wahnsinn) is a 1919 German silent horror film directed by Conrad Veidt and starring Veidt, Reinhold Schünzel and Grit Hegesa. The film's art direction was by Willi Herrmann.
Voodoo Dollz (2008)
Voodoo Dollz is a 2008 American made-for-cable erotic comedy film directed by Fred Olen Ray.
Kichiku dai enkai (1997)
Kichiku Dai Enkai (鬼畜大宴会) is a 1997 Japanese film. It was written and directed by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri.
Kathleen the Irish Rose (1914)
Gottes mächtige Dienerin (2012)
Phoenix 11·23 (2012)
The Red Spectacles (1987)
The Red Spectacles is a 1987 Japanese film directed by Mamoru Oshii, co-written with Kazunori Ito, and starring Shigeru Chiba and Mako Hyodo.
The Mysteries of Myra (1916)
Beauty in Trouble (2006)
Beauty in Trouble is a 2006 Czech tragicomedy directed by Jan Hřebejk. Eddie Cockrell, writing in Variety, said the "[t]itle comes from the Robert Graves poem, itself adapted into a Czech popular song in the 1980s, and performed in the film by homegrown thrush Radůza. Germ of the pic's idea was the first line, 'Beauty in trouble flees to the good angel/On whom she can rely...'"
Best Wishes for Tomorrow (2008)
Best Wishes for Tomorrow is a Japanese film by director Takashi Koizumi and based on the novel Nagai Tabi by Shōhei Ōoka. It stars Makoto Fujita as Lieutenant General Tasuku Okada during the Yokohama War Crimes Trials.
So It Goes (2012)
The Last Bomb (1945)
The Last Bomb was a 1945 propaganda film mainly concerning the conventional phase of the bombing of Japan in 1945. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Tiens-toi bien après les oreilles à Papa (1971)
Roaming Romeo (1928)
Atrakcyjny pozna pania (2004)
De brug (1928)
De brug is a 1928 Dutch documentary short film directed by Joris Ivens. This silent film explores the then-newly constructed Rotterdam vertical-lift railroad bridge: its structure, mechanisms, complex actions, and the steam-powered trains and ships making use of it.
Bør Børson II (1974)
Bør Børson II is a 1976 Norwegian musical film directed by Stein-Roger Bull, starring Rolv Wesenlund and Britt Langlie. The film is a sequel to the 1974 film Bør Børson Jr.
La portatrice di pane (1950)
The Bread Peddler (French: La porteuse de pain, Italian: La portatrice di pane) is a 1950 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Vivi Gioi, Philippe Lemaire and Jean Tissier. It is an adaptation of the novel The Bread Peddler by Xavier de Montépin. It was made at Cinecittà in Rome.
Snowroller - Sällskapsresan II (1985)
Sällskapsresan 2 – Snowroller (English: The Conducted Tour 2 - Snowroller) is a Swedish comedy film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 4 October 1985, directed by Lasse Åberg and Peter Hald.
Unlimited Nasha (2005)
Grandson from America (2012)
Morning Moon Wa Sozatsu Ni (1981)
Jagdzeit - Den Walfängern auf der Spur (2010)
Drömkåken is a Swedish comedy film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 28 October 1993, directed by Peter Dalle.
An Ideal Adventure (1982)
El jardín secreto (1984)
A Thousand Year-Old Fox (1969)
Floradas na Serra (1954)
A Alma da Gente (2013)
Zhurnal politsatiry No. 2 (1941)
Captive Flock (1962)
Captive Flock is a 1962 Bulgarian drama film directed by Ducho Mundrov. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.
The Good Love (1963)
The Good Love is a 1963 Spanish drama film directed by Francisco Regueiro. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.
Goya, historia de una soledad (1971)
Goya, a Story of Solitude is a 1971 Spanish historical drama film directed by Nino Quevedo. It was entered into the 1971 Cannes Film Festival. The film was heavily cut by censors before its release. It portrays the life of the Spanish artist Francisco Goya.
Welcome to the North (2012)
Benvenuti al Nord (eng: "Welcome to the North") is a 2012 Italian comedy film directed by Luca Miniero.
It is the sequel of the high-grossing film Benvenuti al Sud. It also obtained a great commercial success, gaining more than 27 million euros during its Italian theatrical release; it had the third best opening in Italian market history.
Los restos del naufragio (1978)
The Remains from the Shipwreck is a 1978 Spanish drama film directed by Ricardo Franco. It was entered into the 1978 Cannes Film Festival.
Flame Top (1980)
Flame Top is a 1980 Finnish drama film directed by Pirjo Honkasalo and Pekka Lehto. It was entered into the 1981 Cannes Film Festival. The film depicts the life of the writer Algot Untola. The film was selected as the Finnish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 53rd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Dges game utenebia (1983)
Day Is Longer Than Night is a 1984 Georgian drama film directed by Lana Gogoberidze. It was entered into the 1984 Cannes Film Festival.
The Cardinal's Conspiracy (1909)
Das Kaffeehaus (1970)
La cosa buffa (1972)
Kojak Budapesten (1980)
Monnaie de singe (1966)
Mariah: The Diva, The Demons, The Drama (2018)
Beauty And The Beast (1981)
Vpered, vremya! (1977)
Eternity Has no Door of Escape (2018)
ETERNITY HAS NO DOOR OF ESCAPE traces the tumultuous history of art brut (translated in English as outsider art) and introduces us to its pivotal figures, including psychiatrist and art collector Dr. Hans Prinzhorn and Surrealist artist and writer André Breton.
Using a treasure trove of rare archival footage, the film brings viewers to the places and institutions where the history of outsider art unfolded and continues to unfold today. ETERNITY HAS NO DOOR OF ESCAPE invites viewers to lose themselves in worlds beyond logic and reason and in the works of artists including Adolf Wölﬂi, Aloïse Corbaz, Augustin Lesage and August Natterer. This film introduces enigmatic, challenging creators and draws attention to a fascinating realm too often overlooked by history.
(Blooper) Bunny! (1991)
(Blooper) Bunny is an eight-minute Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon, with music by George Daugherty, produced in 1991 by Warner Bros. Animation. Featuring the voice talents of Jeff Bergman and Gordon Hunt, the short is a parody of some of the specials produced for Bugs Bunny's 50th anniversary the previous year. The short never received its intended theatrical release and was shelved for several years. It was finally given a television premiere on June 13, 1997, after Cartoon Network discovered the film sitting unseen in the vaults. It is featured on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 as of 2003.
Spy Connection (1983)
Buccaneer Soul (1993)
How I Was Systematically Destroyed by an Idiot (1983)
Heimat Fragments: The Women (2006)
Bash maystorat nachalnik (1983)
Duraki umirayut po pyatnitsam (1990)
Herman Slobbe/Blind Child 2 (1966)
Kuzhandaiyum Deivamum (1965)
Kuzhandaiyum Deivamum (English: Child and God) is a 1965 Tamil film directed by the duo Krishnan-Panju, starring Jaishankar, Jamuna and Kutty Padmini. An adaptation of 1953 British comedy Twice Upon a Time and Disney's The Parent Trap (1961)( both are adaptation of German novel Lottie and Lisa), the film tells a story of twin girls bringing together their separated parents. The film, produced by AVM Productions and featuring music by M. S. Viswanathan, released on 19 November 1965. It was a big financial success, leading to remakes into Telugu as Letha Manasulu (1966), Hindi as Do Kaliyaan (1967)., in Malayalam as Sethubandhanam and in Kannada as Makkala Bhagya.
The Mega Brothel (2015)
Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime (2001)
Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime is a 2001 American documentary film in which actors William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy discuss the Star Trek science fiction franchise and its effects on their lives. Shatner and Nimoy portrayed the characters James T. Kirk and Spock respectively in the 1960s Star Trek television series, the 1970s animated television series, and their film sequels. They talk about differences they had with Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, and about the strained relationships between Shatner and some of the other cast members. It was in this film that Nimoy first publicly revealed that he had struggled with alcoholism while he was acting in the original television series. Shatner talks about the death of his third wife, Nerine Kidd, who accidentally drowned in a pool in 1999 after suffering from alcoholism.
Mind Meld was produced to advertise Shatner's personal website. Filming took place at Nimoy's home on September 5, 2001, and Billy West narrated the title sequence. The film's title refers to a fictional practice in Star Trek—a mind meld is a telepathic link that Vulcans are able to create with other organisms. Mind Meld was released for sale on Shatner's website on November 6, 2001, coinciding with the release of the director's cut of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Mind Meld attracted some notoriety because of an unintended sound in one scene that became a popular subject of flatulence humor among Star Trek fans and on morning zoo radio programs. Shatner denied being the source of this sound in multiple interviews; he and Mind Meld's director, Peter Jaysen, attributed it to equipment on set.
The film received mixed reviews from critics. Scott Brown of Entertainment Weekly gave the film an "F", and said that the only people likely to watch the film were extreme Star Trek fans and people interested in hearing Shatner's supposed flatulence. Laurence Lerman of Video Business praised the film for not "rehash[ing] anecdotes that have long been staples of Star Trek conventions and behind-the-scenes memoirs", and instead for dealing with such topics as alcoholism, career difficulties, and conflicts on the set of Star Trek.
Live in Berlin (1983)
Virtual Weapon (1997)
Virtual Weapon (Italian: Potenza virtuale, also known as Cyberflic) is a 1997 Italian action comedy film directed by Antonio Margheriti.
Hype Nation 3D (2014)
Due cuori, una cappella (1975)
Due cuori, una cappella is a 1975 Italian comedy film directed by Maurizio Lucidi.
Pumpkin and Mayonnaise (2017)
Midnight Bus (2018)
Chyornyy prints (1973)
Rajanna is a 2011 Telugu period action film written and directed by V. Vijayendra Prasad. The film is produced by Nagarjuna Akkineni, and starred Nagarjuna Akkineni, Sneha and child artist Baby Annie. The film is partially inspired by Razakars movement, and freedom fighter Suddala Hanmanthu. Rajanna was released to positive reviews and critical acclaim, with soundtrack composed by M. M. Keeravani. The film recorded as Above Average at the box office. The film has won six state Nandi Awards, including the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film – Silver.
Sona Spa (2013)
Sona Spa is a 2013 Hindi drama film directed by Makarand Deshpande and produced by Madan Paliwal. The film features Naseeruddin Shah, Aahana Kumrah, Shruti Vyas and Pooja Pradhan as main characters.
¡Que vienen los socialistas! (1982)
O Cortiço (1978)
The Loan Shark (2011)
Chelovek i yevo ptitsa (1975)
Desserts is a 1998 short film directed by Jeff Stark and starring Ewan McGregor.
Half the Town (2015)
The New China (1951)
The New China is a 1950 Soviet documentary film directed by Sergei Gerasimov. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
Dog's Heads (1955)
Dog's Heads is a 1955 Czech drama film directed by Martin Frič, based on the novel of the same name by Alois Jirásek. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.
Onna no koyomi (1954)
Onna no Koyomi (女の暦) is a 1954 Japanese film directed by Seiji Hisamatsu based on the short story collection A Calendar by the Japanese woman writer Sakae Tsuboi. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.
Desire is a 1958 Czechoslovak film directed by Vojtěch Jasný. It was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.
Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhose II. Teil: Zwei Kumpel auf der Alm (1974)
Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhos'n (1973)