Vovka v Tridevyatom tsarstve (1965)
The Masquerader (1922)
The Masquerader is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by James Young and starring Guy Bates Post, Ruth Cummings, and Edward Kimball. A jaded British politician arranges for his place to be taken by his doppelganger cousin. The film was based on the 1904 novel The Masquerader by Katherine Cecil Thurston. It was remade in 1933 with Ronald Colman in the lead roles.
The Untold Story 2 (1998)
The Untold Story 2 a.k.a. Human Flesh Bun 2 (人肉叉燒包Ⅱ之天誅地滅) is a 1998 Hong Kong film. It is a sequel to The Untold Story, also starred Anthony Wong Chau-Sang in a different role.
Angel Home (2013)
Angel Home is a 2013 Japanese drama film directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. It was released in Japan on 25 May.
The Two Fedors (1958)
Two Fyodors is a 1958 Soviet drama film directed by Marlen Khutsiev.
Hua Yang De Nian Hua (2001)
Hua Yang De Nian Hua is a 2000 short film by Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai that was shown at the 2001 Berlin International Film Festival.
The Island of Doctor Agor (1971)
The Island of Doctor Agor is a 1971 American short animated film written and directed by then-thirteen-year-old Tim Burton, who also starred in the title role of Doctor Agor. The short is one of Burton's first animated films, and was adapted by Burton from the H. G. Wells story The Island of Doctor Moreau.
Ne strelyayte v belykh lebedey (1980)
Do not Shoot at White Swans is a 1980 Soviet drama film in two parts by the director Rodion Nakhapetov, based on the novel of the same name by Boris Vasilyev.
Annychka is a 1968 Ukrainian drama.
Lodela is a 1996 dance film directed by Philippe Baylaucq, and produced in Montreal by the National Film Board of Canada. The film received eight awards, including Best Short Documentary at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival and a Special Jury Citation for its "formal beauty and poetic cinematic construction" at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film featured dancers José Navas and Chi Long, with Navas also serving as choreographer.
Geometria is a 1987 short fantasy horror comedy film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro. It is based loosely on Fredric Brown's short story, Naturally, which was originally published in Beyond Fantasy Fiction and later reprinted in the short story collection Honeymoon in Hell. Geometria was shot in Guadalajara, Jalisco in Mexico. It is the tenth short film del Toro directed, though all but 1985's Doña Lupe remain unreleased.
Night of the Living Bread (1990)
Night of the Living Bread is a 1990 American independent short film comedic parody of Night of the Living Dead, directed by Kevin S. O'Brien. Bread comes to life, spreads its condition throughout the United States, and preys on the living in this eight-minute film.
The Clock (2010)
The Clock is an art installation by video artist Christian Marclay. It is a looped 24-hour video supercut that feature clocks or timepieces. The artwork itself functions as a clock: its presentation is synchronized with the real time, resulting in the time shown in a scene being the actual time.
Super Demetrios (2012)
Super Demetrios is a 2011 Greek guerrilla ultra-low-budget superhero comedy film starring and written by the cinematic comedy group OtiNaNai Productions and directed by Georgios Papaioannou. Upon its release at the 52nd Thessaloniki International Film Festival the film got the highest number of audience votes in the history of the festival and became an instant cult classic, with all screenings being sold out in all venues thereafter.
The Pretending Lovers (2011)
The Pretending Lovers is a 2011 Chinese romantic comedy film co-written and directed by Liu Fendou. It stars Jiang Yiyan as Shen Lu and Huang Bo as her fake boyfriend. The rest of the cast includes Zhang Mo, Xia Jiawei, Wang Yansu, Li Haibin, Zhang Yuhan, and Gao Yifei. The film premiered in China on June 24, 2011. It tells a love story between a insurance salesman and a suspiciously psycho girl.
Cha Cha for Twins (2012)
Cha Cha for Twins is a 2012 Taiwanese romantic comedy film directed by Yang Yi-chien and Jim Wang.
Saadi Wakhri Hai Shaan (2012)
Saadi Wakhri Hai Shaan is a 2012 Punjabi movie directed by Gurbir Singh Grewal and written by Inder Roop Singh Ghuman. It is produced by Inder Roop Singh Ghuman, Dr. Sukhpal Singh Mangat and Bikramjit Singh Gill under the banner of Vibgyor Creations. The star cast includes Sangram Singh, Mandy Takhar, Gurpreet Ratol, Mannu Sandhu Binnu Dhillon, Rana Ranbir and Harpal Singh. Music has been given by Dilpreet Bhatia. Screenplay and lyrics are also written by Inder Roop Singh Ghuman.
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley (1918)
Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley is a 1918 American silent comedy romance film starring Mary Pickford that was directed by Marshall Neilan and written by Frances Marion based upon a novel by Belle K. Maniates.
Bye June (1998)
Bye June is a 1998 South Korean film by Choi Ho. Four youngsters struggle with sex and drugs after their friend June's death.
Mickey's Steam Roller (1934)
Mickey's Steam Roller is a 1934 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by United Artists. In the cartoon, Mickey Mouse is the driver of a steamroller which is hijacked by his two nephews. It was directed by David Hand and features the voices of Walt Disney as Mickey and Marcellite Garner as Minnie Mouse and Mickey's nephews.
Krishnanum Radhayum (2011)
Krishnanum Radhayum is a 2011 Malayalam film, directed and produced by Santhosh Pandit who also plays the lead role in the film and also does the lyrics,JOsephinte music was phantastic. music, fights, art, editing, back-ground music, effects, singer, story, dialogues, script, costumes, production designing and title graphics. The film was reportedly made within a budget of 5 lakhs
The World Beyond (1978)
The World Beyond is the second of two pilots for an occult detective television series. The first pilot, The World of Darkness, also starring Granville Van Dusen as Paul Taylor, premiered on Sunday, April 17, 1977. The World Beyond followed as a sequel on CBS Friday, January 27, 1978.
Children of Beslan (2005)
Children of Beslan is a 2005 documentary film about the Beslan school siege directed by Ewa Ewart and Leslie Woodhead for the BBC. In the United States the documentary aired on HBO. Tony Perry of the Los Angeles Times stated that the film recounts survivors' testimonies and does not explore political aspects, nor assigns blame to any party.
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).
Pixi Post & the Gift Bringers (2016)
The Color of Milk (2004)
The Color of Milk (aka The Colour of Milk, Neither Naked nor Dressed, or Selma and Andy), original title Ikke naken, is a 2004 Norwegian family film by Torun Lian with Julia Krohn (Selma), Ane Dahl Torp (Nora), Gustaf Skarsgård (Främlingen).
072 Sentai G-ranger (2010)
Ivan Tsarevich i Seryy Volk 2 (2013)
The Moelleby Affair (1976)
The Moelleby Affair (Danish: Affæren i Mølleby) is a 1976 Danish family film directed by Tom Hedegaard and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Jaguar is a 2016 Indian Kannada romantic action film and was dubbed in Telugu, produced by H. D. Kumaraswamy under his banner Channambika Films and directed by Mahadev. It features Nikhil Gowda and Deepti Sati in the lead roles, while Tamannaah made a debut in Kannada-language and was seen in a Item number. The music was composed by S. Thaman and the fight scenes were choreographed by Ram-Lakshman masters. The film was released worldwide on 6 October 2016. The movie was dubbed into Hindi language under the same title.
Don Pasquale (2019)
Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas (2019)
Jess "ghosts" Ben when she dies in a car accident.
American Christmas (2019)
I Am You (2019)
Latter Day Jew (2019)
12 Pups of Christmas (2019)
The Dark Days of Demetrius (2019)
The Dark days of Demetrius is the sixth film from Denver auteur filmmaker Dakota Ray. The film is a disturbing, lo-fi horror film revolving around the exploits of Demetrius (Dakota Ray), an elusive, narcissistic, serial killer who has gained stardom from live streaming the murders of his victims online, with the press dubbing him as ''The Live Stream Killer''. Conflict arises when Demetrius crosses paths with corrupt news reporter Clive (Fred Epstein), which results in a cinematic decent into evil, violence, death. narcissism, and corruption.
Standing on Sacred Ground (2019)
Around the world, indigenous people stand up for their traditional sacred lands in defense of cultural survival, human rights and the environment. Watch them stand against industrial mega-projects, consumer culture, resource extraction, competing religions, tourists and climate change.
Jorinde und Joringel (2011)
The Angel (2018)
Carlitos is a seventeen-year-old with blond curls, a baby face, and major swagger
when he embarks on a crime spree fueled by jealousy. He becomes increasingly violent until he is finally apprehended at the age of 20. Based on a true story.
Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar (2019)
Bill Burr Presents: Jessica Kirson Talking to Myself (2019)
A Very Vintage Christmas (2019)
Cicada 3301 (2021)
A Lot Like Christmas (2018)
The Last Faust (2019)
The Last Faust is a 2019 feature art film written and directed by the German artist Philipp Humm. Set in 2059, it is a contemporary interpretation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust and is the first film directly based on both parts of the tragedy. It stars English actors Steven Berkoff (Dr. Goodfellow), Martin Hancock (Faust) and includes music based on Richard Wagner and tracks from Swiss electronic music duo Yello.The film is a part of Humm's Gesamtkunstwerk (total works of art) and "entails more than 150 artworks including a feature artfilm, an illustrated novella and collections of drawings, sculptures, fine art photographs and paintings."
#Anne Frank Parallel Stories (2019)
Till Death (2021)
The Butcher (2019)
Thaddeus Hyatt, a chef who has mad cow disease, kidnaps foreigners, kills them, injects his own blood into them, then feeds their meat to unsuspecting patrons of his restaurants.
The Tell-Tale Heart (1991)
Rifkin's Festival (2020)
Rifkin's Festival is an upcoming American-Spanish comedy film, written and directed by Woody Allen. It stars Gina Gershon, Christoph Waltz, Elena Anaya, Louis Garrel, Sergi López and Wallace Shawn.
Holy Ghost People (1967)
Holy Ghost People is a 1967 documentary directed and narrated by Peter Adair. It is about the service of a Pentecostal community in Scrabble Creek, West Virginia, United States. The church service includes faith healing, snake handling, speaking in tongues and singing. This documentary has entered the public domain and is available at the Internet Archive.
The Black Rose (1966)
A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1963)
A Boy Named Charlie Brown is an unreleased television documentary film about Charles M. Schulz and his creation Peanuts, produced by Lee Mendelson with some animated scenes by Bill Meléndez and music by Vince Guaraldi.
The Body Beautiful (1997)
Daniël Arends: De zachte heelmeester (2014)
Written and directed by Jon Stewart, Irresistible is a comedy about what happens when a small Wisconsin town becomes the main attraction of our political circus. After the Democrat’s top strategist Gary (Steve Carell) sees a video of a retired Marine Colonel (Chris Cooper) standing up for the rights of his town’s undocumented workers, Gary believes he has found the key to winning back the Heartland. However, when the Republicans counter him by sending in his brilliant nemesis Faith (Rose Byrne), what started out as a local race quickly becomes an out-of-control and hilarious fight for the soul of America.
Dance of the Wind (2003)
The Quarry (2020)
From the novel by Damon Galgut comes this searing thriller, a tale of sin and redemption set in the wilds of Texas. After murdering a traveling preacher, a fugitive drifter (Shea Whigham, Joker) travels to a small town and poses as the man he killed. Though the congregation loves the drifter’s sermons of forgiveness, the local police chief (Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon, The Shape of Water) is suspicious of the man. Soon a gruesome discovery at a local quarry forces the killer to fight for his freedom.
Red Ink (2000)
Love Is Dead (2016)
The Race (2016)
The Animal (1968)
Rasputin is a coming of age romantic comedy, Malayalam film directed by Jinu G. Daniel, released on 7 August 2015. The film stars Vinay Forrt as the central character, with Sreenath Bhasi, Aju Varghese, director Joy Mathew, Vandana Menon and Archana Gupta. Rasputin is being produced by E.P. Varghese under the banner of Blue Moon Pictures, Executive Producer Shaju Maniyadath. Cinematography is handled by Hari Nair from Mumbai.
Thrasher Road (2019)
SP: Crônicas de uma cidade real (2018)
Nous, le peuple (2019)
The Portal (2019)
Cruel Train (1995)
Cruel Train is a British television crime drama, written and directed by Malcolm McKay, that first broadcast on BBC2 on 22 December 1996. Based on Émile Zola's La Bête humaine, and set during the Blitz, the film stars David Suchet as Ruben Roberts, a railway official who discovers that his wife, Selina, was sexually abused as a child by the Chairman of the Line, Arthur Grandridge, who also happens to be her godfather. Assisted by Selina, Ruben plots to murder Grandridge on the Brighton Express.
Koko: A Red Dog Story (2019)
Koko: A Red Dog Story is a 2019 Australian family documentary film directed by Aaron McCann and Dominic Pearce, written by Aaron McCann and Dominic Pearce, and starring Jason Isaacs, Felix Williamson and Sarah Woods. It is a spin-off to the 2011 film Red Dog, detailing the life of Koko, who was cast as Red Dog in the original film.
The Rodriguez and the Beyond (2019)
Aragne: Sign of Vermillion (2018)
Coconut the Little Dragon 2: Into the Jungle (2018)
Bonnie & Bonnie (2019)
Fatal Friend Request (2019)
In September 1993, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin announces the Oslo Accords, which aim to achieve a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians after decades of violence. Yigal Amir, a law student and a devoted Orthodox Jew, cannot believe that his country's leader will cede territory that he and many others believe is rightfully - by the word of God - theirs.
As the prospect of a peaceful compromise approaches, Amir turns from a hot-headed political activist to a dangerous extremist. Consumed by anger and delusions of grandeur, he recruits fighters and steals weapons to form an underground militia intent on killing Palestinians. After his longtime girlfriend leaves him, Amir becomes even more isolated, disillusioned, and bitter. He soon learns of an ancient Jewish law, the Law of the Pursuer, that he believes gives him the right to murder Yitzhak Rabin. Convinced he must stop the signing of the peace treaty in order to fulfil his destiny and bring salvation to his people, Amir's warped mind sees only one way forward.
Holiday Hearts (2019)
Stage Mother (2020)
As I Am (2019)
The White Devil (2019)
Crocodiles: Caring Killers (2011)
The Assassin (2019)
Frida. Viva la Vida (2019)
Filmfarsi (in Persian:فیلمفارسی) is a cinematic term used in Iranian cinema criticism. It was coined by Iranian film critic, Hushang Kavusi. It was coined to describe low-quality films mostly copied from the Bollywood cinema and with poor plots, mostly arranged with dance and singing.
Lucky, an undocumented immigrant, hustles to make his way in New York, but finds himself caught in a web of crime and murder, forcing him to take extreme action.