Flame On (2011)
The Mega Brothel (2015)
The Dream of Lu (2012)
A Comedy of Tears (2017)
Ballad of Return (2016)
Black Hog Gut (2018)
Toto vs. the Black Pirate (1964)
Toto vs. the Black Pirate (Italian: Totò contro il pirata nero) is a 1964 Italian adventure-comedy film written and directed by Fernando Cerchio.
C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia (2005)
Hype Nation 3D (2014)
Atrapados en el miedo (1985)
Voyage Without Hope (1943)
Voyage sans espoir (English: Voyage Without Hope) is a French drama film from 1943, directed by Christian-Jaque, written by Christian-Jaque, starring Simone Renant and Jean Marais.
Monzetsu!! Dondengaeshi (1977)
The Ascent Of Money (2008)
Clay Marzo: Just Add Water (2009)
Suzana e o Presidente (1951)
The Blacksmith's Love (1911)
Father's Estate (1980)
Pengkhianatan G 30 S/PKI (1984)
On Our Own (1998)
Han, hun og Strindberg (2006)
Un Dios Prohibido (2013)
Suswagatham is a 1998 Telugu romantic film produced by R. B. Choudary under the Super Good Films banner, directed by Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao. It stars Pawan Kalyan and Devayani in the lead roles, with music composed by S. A. Rajkumar. The film is a remake of the Tamil movie Love Today (1997).
Genji monogatari (1951)
The Tale of Genji is a 1951 Japanese drama film directed by Kōzaburō Yoshimura. It is based on the piece of Japanese literature of the same name. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
Arashi no naka no hara (1952)
Man in the Storm is a 1952 Japanese film directed by Kiyoshi Saeki. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
The Monster (1954)
The Monster is a 1954 Egyptian crime film directed by Salah Abouseif. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. It was one of the first films to be labelled as a "social thriller" by cinema writer Georges Sadoul for its use of documentary style, depictions of police abuse, and backdrop of life in the Egyptian countryside.
Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhose II. Teil: Zwei Kumpel auf der Alm (1974)
Stripper Wives (1999)
Life or Death (1954)
Life or Death is a 1954 Egyptian film directed by Kamal El Sheikh. It was entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival.
Tochka parva (1956)
Item One is a 1956 Bulgarian drama film directed by Boyan Danovski. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Libre Echange (2010)
Dalibor is a 1956 Czech film of the opera of the same name by Bedřich Smetana. Directed by Václav Krška, the film was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
The Snowy Heron is a 1958 Japanese film directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa. It was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.
Otchiy dom (1959)
A Home for Tanya is a 1959 Soviet drama film directed by Lev Kulidzhanov. It competed for the Palme d'Or at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.
La bella di Mosca (2001)
Rough House Rosie (1927)
Rough House Rosie is a 1927 American silent romantic comedy film produced and released by Paramount Pictures and directed by Frank Strayer. The film is a starring vehicle for Clara Bow who was then Paramount's most popular actress. Reed Howes, a model turned actor, is Bow's leading man.
Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger the Movie: Full Blast Action (2004)
Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger The Movie: Full Blast Action is the film adaptation of the 2004 Super Sentai Series Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger. The film was released in Japanese theaters on September 11, 2004, as a double-bill with the Kamen Rider Blade film Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace. It was released on DVD on February 21, 2005. Full Blast Action borrows several plot elements from the 2000 film Mission: Impossible 2, while its action scenes pay homage to the works of director John Woo.
Ghost in Love is a 1999 South Korean film written by Li Hong-zhou and directed by Lee Kwang-hoon. The film stars Kim Hee-sun in the title role as the girlfriend of a man she suspects of cheating on her. She throws herself underneath an oncoming train, and discovers that in the afterlife she can roam as a ghost and take revenge, if she wants to, on her former boyfriend, who has quickly moved on. Lee Sung-jae also stars as Kantorates, a ghost who befriends the protagonist. The film was released on August 14, 1999.
Warsaw: Year 5703 (1992)
Warszawa. Année 5703 is a 1992 French Romantic Drama film, by Janusz Kijowski, about a couple in their 20s who flee the fall of the Warsaw Ghetto.
The film stars Lambert Wilson, Hanna Schygulla and Julie Delpy.
Heroes of Shipka (1955)
Geroite na Shipka is a 1955 Soviet Union/Bulgarian co-production drama film. It tells the story of the famous Battle of Shipka Pass during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78. The production companies behind the film are Boyana Film, Bulgar Film and Lenfilm.
A Night at the Movies (1937)
A Night at the Movies is a short film starring Robert Benchley. It was Benchley's greatest success since How to Sleep, and won him a contract for more short films that would be produced in New York.
There Was an Old Couple (1965)
There Was an Old Couple is a 1965 Soviet drama film directed by Grigori Chukhrai. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.
Zivot sa stricem (1988)
Život sa stricem is a 1988 Yugoslavian drama film directed by Krsto Papić, starring Davor Janjić, Alma Prica, Miodrag Krivokapić, Branislav Lečić, Anica Dobra and Ivo Gregurević. It is based on Okvir za mržnju, a novel by Ivan Aralica.
The Black Viper (1908)
The Black Viper is a 1908 film directed by D. W. Griffith. The film was made by the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company when it and many other early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based in Fort Lee, New Jersey at the beginning of the 20th century.
Salt & Gold (1983)
The Salt Prince is a Slovak fairy-tale movie based on a novel by Pavol Dobšinský. The movie's central lesson is that salt, as it is necessary for life, is more precious than gold and emeralds.
The Family That Dwelt Apart (1973)
The Family That Dwelt Apart is a 1973 Canadian animated short based on the short story of the same name by E. B. White, about the misadventures of a family of seven who live in happy isolation on a small island in Barnetuck Bay, until word gets out that they are in distress. The film is directed by Yvon Mallette, narrated by E.B. White, and produced by Wolf Koenig for the National Film Board of Canada. The Family That Dwelt Apart received the Canadian Film Award for best animation. It was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 47th Academy Awards, losing to the US Claymation short Closed Mondays.
Mi hermano Fidel (1977)
Doggie Heaven (2008)
Dodumalsya, pozdravlyayu (1977)
Our Barrio (2016)
Cleveland Smith: Bounty Hunter (1982)
Cleveland Smith: Bounty Hunter is a 1982 short film written and directed by Josh Becker and starring Bruce Campbell.
Partizanska eskadrila (1979)
Mentiras Piadosas (2009)
Tanto va la gatta al lardo... (1978)
Shanghaied Shipmates (1936)
Turn of the Century (2009)
Le sabotier du Val de Loire (1956)
Max Headroom (1985)
Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future is a 1985 cyberpunk television film created by Chrysalis Visual Programming Ltd. for Channel 4 in the UK to provide a back story for Max Headroom, a computer generated TV host. A British produced, yet American broadcast, television series, Max Headroom, was later developed from the original film. HBO provided some of the original funding.
Rescued by Rover (1905)
Rescued by Rover is a 1905 British short silent drama film, directed by Lewin Fitzhamon, about a dog who leads its master to his kidnapped baby, which was the first to feature the Hepworth's family dog Blair in a starring role; following the release, the dog became a household name and he is considered to be the first dog film star. The film, which according to Michael Brooke of BFI Screenonline, "marks a key stage in the medium's development from an amusing novelty to the seventh art," and, "possibly the only point in film history when British cinema unquestionably led the world," was an advance in filming techniques, editing, production and story telling.
Moskova'nin Sifresi Temel (2012)
Elves: Unite the Magic (2015)
Plane Daffy (1944)
Daffy Duck is a message courier bird delivering a military secret that a femme fatale Nazi spy is determined to get.
The Story of Anyburg U.S.A. (1957)
El Terrible Toreador (1929)
El Terrible Toreador is a 1929 animated cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions in the Silly Symphonies series.
Carsten & Gitte's Movie Madness (2008)
Lucrezia Giovane (1974)
The Family Plus One (1965)
Mrs. 'Enry 'Awkins (1912)
Survey Map of a Paradise Lost (1988)
Greedy Gabby Gator (1963)
Clattering Chastity Belts (1974)
Kyô no dekigoto (2004)
The Hep Cat (1946)
The Hep Cat is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster, animated primarily by Robert McKimson, and set to a musical score composed by Carl Stalling. This cartoon was the first color Looney Tunes short, but was re-released in the "Blue Ribbon Classics" series on November 12, 1949 as a Merrie Melodie. The end card also labels the short as a Merrie Melodies short subject. Because the original Looney Tunes titles are lost, the DVD bearing this cartoon still
features the "Blue Ribbon" titles.
Pigs in a Polka (1943)
Pigs in a Polka is a one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Merrie Melodies series, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on February 2, 1943 by Warner Bros.. It was produced by Leon Schlesinger and directed by Friz Freleng, with musical supervision by Carl W. Stalling. There is very little dialogue in the cartoon aside from the Big Bad Wolf's introduction of the story and the pigs introducing themselves.
Little Red Riding Rabbit (1944)
Bugs, the Wolf and bobby-soxer Red chase each other around while Grandma is off working at Lockheed aircraft.
Lumber Jerks (1955)
Lumber Jerks is a 1955 Looney Tunes short featuring the Goofy Gophers, Mac and Tosh.
Beirut the Encounter (1981)
Beyroutou el lika is a 1981 Lebanese drama film directed by Borhane Alaouié. It competed in competition at the 32nd Berlin International Film Festival and the 38th Venice International Film Festival.
An Eye for an Eye (1957)
United 300 (2007)
United 300 is an American short film that parodies United 93 (2006) and 300 (2007). It won the MTV Movie Spoof Award at the MTV Movie Awards 2007. The short was created by Andy Signore along with some of his friends. During his speech, he said, roughly, "The film was not making fun of a tragedy; it was a tribute to those who stood up against tyranny".
Chudo s kosichkami (1974)
Presagio ("Omen") is a 1975 Mexican film directed and written by Luis Alcoriza.
Christopher's Movie Matinee (1970)
Bad Boy (1925)
Eenmaal geslagen, nooit meer bewogen (1995)
Once Beaten, Twice Shy or Eenmaal Geslagen, Nooit Meer Bewogen is a 1995 Dutch film directed by Gerrard Verhage.
The Passing of Wolf MacLean (1924)
The Passing of Wolf MacLean is a lost 1924 silent romantic western film directed by Paul Hurst and produced and starring Jack Mower.
Serebryanye golovy (1999)
Silver Heads is a 1998 Russian science fiction film directed by Yevgeny Yufit.
Lyubimetz 13 (1958)
Lyubimetz 13 is a comedy movie released in Bulgaria in 1958. It was directed by Vladimir Yanchev and written by Lyuben Popov and Vladimir Yanchev. The film tells an amusing story about the efforts of three soccer clubs to attract the player of the day. But when the player’s twin brother - a hopeless gambler - decides to take the initiative... And to put the thin lid on it all, a pretty girl stays in the middle...
George and Rosemary (1987)
George and Rosemary is a 1987 animated short co-directed by Alison Snowden and David Fine, about two "golden agers" who prove that passion is not exclusively for the young. Produced by Eunice Macaulay for the National Film Board of Canada, the film received the Genie Award for Best Short Film and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 60th Academy Awards. It was also included in the Animation Show of Shows. The film was narrated by Cec Linder.
Burying Old Alive (1963)
Goryeojang (고려장) is a 1963 South Korean drama film edited, written, produced and directed by Kim Ki-young.
The Little Town will go to Sleep (1954)
The Little Town Will Go to Sleep is a 1954 West German comedy film directed by Hans H. König and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Jester Naefe and Helen Vita. It shares its title with a popular song of the era.
Winning Back His Love (1910)
Winning Back His Love is a 1910 silent film short directed by D. W. Griffith.