The Jazz Fool (1929)
Skaterdater is a 1965 American short film. It was produced by Marshal Backlar, and written and directed by Noel Black and was the winner of the Palme d'Or for Best Short Film at the 1966 Cannes Film Festival. It was also nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Short Subject category. First prizes in international film festivals included Moscow and Venice.
Belmondo, itinéraire... (2011)
The Sixth Sense (1929)
Chance and Violence (1974)
Landspeed: CKY (1999)
L'Enfant de Paris (1913)
L'étrange Monsieur Victor (1938)
The Strange Monsieur Victor (French: L'étrange Monsieur Victor) is a 1938 French-German drama film directed by Jean Grémillon and starring Raimu, Pierre Blanchar and Madeleine Renaud .
It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Hunte and Willy Schiller. The film was made by the German major studio Universum Film AG in collaboration with its French subsidiary.
It was the thirteenth most popular film at the French box office in 1938.
Dirty Games (1989)
Stockholm Boogie (2005)
Madonna in Ketten (1949)
Madonna in Chains is a 1949 West German drama film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Lotte Koch, Karin Hardt and Elisabeth Flickenschildt.
The Haunted Drum (2007)
The Haunted Drum is a 2007 Thai horror drama film directed by Nuttapeera Shomsri and Sarunya Noithai.
Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship (2011)
Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship is the title of the film edition of the 35th Super Sentai Series Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. The 3D film was released on August 6, 2011, double-billed with the Kamen Rider OOO film Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals. The Flying Ghost Ship follows the adventures of the Gokaigers, who embark on a quest to find a ghost ship and acquire the legendary treasure called the God Eye , which grants any kind of wish to whoever wields it. During their adventure, they must face Los Dark, the captain of the ghost ship, and a host of revived enemies of the previous Super Sentai teams such as Agent Abrella, Baseball Mask and several enemy grunts.
Vita, cuore, battito (2016)
Mr. Hurt (2017)
First Invasion: The War of 1812 (2004)
First Invasion: The War of 1812 is a documentary produced by the History Channel which aired on September 11, 2004. The film was about the American War of 1812, when the Americans fought the British for the first time since the American Revolutionary War.
Joffa: The Movie (2010)
Joffa: The Movie is a 2010 independent Australian buddy movie starring Australian sports fan, Joffa Corfe. The film was financed by director and producer Chris Liontos,, along with actor Shane McRae, who plays Joffa’s friend in the movie.
Ethirkaalam is a 1970 Indian Tamil film, directed by M. S. Solaimalai and produced by M. S. Rajendran. The film stars Gemini Ganesan, Padmini, Jaishankar and Vanisri in the lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Viswanathan. The film was a super hit at the box office.
Spider-Man Lives: A Miles Morales Story (2015)
Spider-Man Lives: A Miles Morales Story is a 2015 Spider-Man fan film.
Walter Makes a Movie (1922)
Walter Makes a Movie is a silent film, directed by Tom Seymour and Walter Forde in 1922. Forde plays a petty thief who steals from film star Pauline Highbrow. Pursued by the police he ends up in the Star Film Company's studio during the shooting of her latest melodrama.
The Enclave (2002)
The Enclave is a three-part series directed by Willem van de Sande Bakhuyzen, about the fall of Srebrenica and the Dutch government's failure to protect the town from attackers. The series originally aired by Netherlands Public Broadcasting. The series was made in 2002. It has since been condensed into a movie and is regularly shown on US free satellite network LinkTV.
Ram ke Naam (1992)
Ram ke Naam is a 1992 documentary by Indian filmmaker Anand Patwardhan. The film explores the campaign waged by the Hindu-nationalist Vishva Hindu Parishad to build a Ram temple at the site of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, as well as the communal violence that it triggered. A couple of months after Ram ke Naam was released, VHP activists demolished the Babri Masjid in 1992, provoking further violence. The film earned Patwardhan a wide recognition, and received several national and international awards.
Fateh is an adventure film. A film on enduring Punjabi culture boasting of sword and stick art that teaches that perseverance can lead to triumph. Though it has not sunken into oblivion but it has never made it to the big screen. The film has a stellar cast assembled. The film stars Nav Bajwa, Samiksha Singh, Yaad Grewal, Supreet Bedi, Puneet Issar, Navneet Nishan, Deep Dhillon, Shivendra Mahal, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Karamjit Anmol tickle the funny bone with their his impressive humorous delights. Fateh is the first ever Punjabi movie to be made on martial arts.'.
Rain Rain Come Again (2004)
Rain Rain Come Again is a Malayalam language film. It was released in 2004. The film is noted as it is the first ever Malayalam film centered on theme of satanism. The movie was a hit at the box officeThe songs Themma Themma Themmadikkate and Nillu Nillu got trending among the youngsters at that time.
Thoondil is a 2008 Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by K. S. Adhiyaman. The film stars Shaam, Sandhya, and Divya Spandana in the lead roles, while Vivek, Revathi, and RK play supporting roles. The music was composed by Abhishek Ray with editing done by V. M. Udhayashankar and cinematography by T. Kaviyarasu. The film released on 22 February 2018 and was opened to poor reviews.
Y'en aura pas de facile (2010)
Journal inachevé (1982)
Blood Money (1983)
Ne skazhu (2010)
Christian is a Czech comedy film directed by Martin Frič. It was released in 1939. The film is based on a French play.
A Bargain for a Bargain (1977)
Amour et carburateur (1925)
Bed of Procust (2001)
Pacho, hybský zbojník (1976)
Bibi Blocksberg und das Geheimnis der blauen Eulen (2004)
Computer Hearts (2014)
Computer Hearts is a 2015 Canadian short film that was directed by Turner Stewart and Dionne Copland. The film premiered on July 12, 2015 at the CinemaFantastique Film Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia, where it won the Audience Choice Award.
If You Love (2010)
Cencoroll is a 2009 Japanese anime science fiction film nearly singlehandedly written, designed, directed, and animated by manga author Atsuya Uki. Produced by Anime Innovation Tokyo and Aniplex, the film had its world premiere at Canada's Fantasia International Film Festival on July 28, 2009. The film made its Japanese debut on August 22, 2009 in Tokyo and Osaka. Cencoroll made its debut in the United States at the New York Anime Festival on September 25, 2009. A sequel, Cencoroll 2, was released on June 29, 2019, in a dual-screening featuring the first film as Cencoroll Connect. Another sequel titled Cencoroll 3 has been green-lit for production.
The Scandalous Lady W (2015)
Pastoral Life (1984)
Als Unku Edes Freundin war (1981)
Hornblower: Mutiny (2001)
Mutiny is the fifth episode of the British film series Hornblower. It was released on 24 March 2002, nearly three years after the first four films. It is based on the book Lieutenant Hornblower by C.S. Forester.
Så olika (2009)
Combat Sixteen (2005)
The Last Savage (1978)
Painting The Town (1927)
Painting the Town is a 1927 American comedy film directed by William James Craft and written by Harry O. Hoyt, Vin Moore and Albert DeMond. The film stars Glenn Tryon, Patsy Ruth Miller, Charles K. Gerrard, George Fawcett, Sidney Bracey and Max Asher. The film was released on August 7, 1927, by Universal Pictures.
Igillena Maluwo (2011)
Flying Fish is a 2011 anthology film directed by Sri Lankan filmmaker Sanjeewa Pushpakumara. It was produced with the financial support of the Hubert Bals Fund of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR). The film made its world premiere on January 28, 2011, as part of the Rotterdam festival's Tiger Awards Competition.Film has been noted for its political value, beautiful cinematography, long takes, and shocking violence
Avenging Fangs (1927)
Avenging Fangs is a 1927 American silent action film directed by Ernest Van Pelt and starring Kenneth MacDonald and Helen Lynch. It was a showcase for Sandow the Dog, a prospective rival for the popular Rin Tin Tin.
After Armageddon (2010)
After Armageddon is a 2010 History Channel docudrama about the travails of survivors after a deadly global pandemic that first aired on December 21, 2010.
Men on Call (1931)
Men on Call is a 1931 American drama film directed by John G. Blystone and written by James Kevin McGuinness and Basil Woon. The film stars Edmund Lowe, Mae Clarke, William Harrigan, Sharon Lynn, Warren Hymer and Ruth Warren. The film was released on January 18, 1931, by Fox Film Corporation.
The Rocky Road (1910)
The Rocky Road is a 1910 American short silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Frank Powell. Prints of the film survive in the film archives of the Library of Congress and the Museum of Modern Art.
Eve in Exile (1919)
Eve in Exile is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Burton George based upon a novel by Cosmo Hamilton. It stars stage actress Charlotte Wallker and was distributed by Pathe Exchange.
An Expensive Visit (1915)
An Expensive Visit is a 1915 American silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.
The Brahmin and the Butterfly (1901)
La Chrysalide et le Papillon d'or, released in the United States as The Brahmin and the Butterfly, is a 1901 French short silent fantasy film, directed by Georges Méliès. It is listed as numbers 332-333 in Star Film Company's catalogues.
The Yiddish King Lear (1934)
The Yiddish King Lear was an 1892 play by Jacob Gordin, and is generally seen as ushering in the first great era of Yiddish theater in the Yiddish Theater District, in which serious drama gained prominence over operetta.
Kartar Singh (1959)
Kartar Singh is a Pakistani Punjabi film about the Partition of India in 1947 and the wide-spread violence related to it.
Chafika et Metwal (1978)
Chafika et Metwal ("Chafika et Metwal"," Shafika and Metwali "," Shafika wa Metwalli " is a 1979 Egyptian drama/romance film starring Souad Hosni and Ahmed Zaki. It was directed and written by Ali Badrakhn from a story by Salah Jahin.
Monsieur Hawarden (1969)
Monsieur Hawarden is a 1968 Belgian-Dutch drama film directed by Harry Kümel. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 42nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
I kathodos ton 9 (1984)
The Descent of the Nine is a 1984 Greek adventure film directed by Christos Siopahas. It won the Golden Prize the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.
Women with Open Eyes (1994)
Femmes aux yeux ouverts is a Togolese documentary film directed by Anne-Laure Folly. It covers the lives of contemporary African women in Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal and Benin.
The Barefooted Young (1964)
Barefooted Youth is a 1964 South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-duk. It is one of the best-known examples of the "adolescent film" genre that was popular in South Korea during the 1960s.
it was adapted as 1997 television series with Bae Yong-joon and Ko So-young
Aitaré da Praia (1925)
Aitaré da Praia is a 1925 Brazilian silent film directed by Gentil Roiz in the city of Recife. The romantic drama is also known as Raft of Death.
Bajo el cielo antioqueño (1925)
Under the Antioquian Sky is a 1925 Colombian silent film directed by Arturo Acevedo Vallarino.
FVVA: Femme, villa, voiture, argent (1972)
F.V.V.A. - Femmes Voitures Villas Argent is a 1972 drama film directed by Moustapha Alassane.
Bala is a 1976 short documentary film made by Satyajit Ray, about a Bharatanatyam dancer, Balasaraswati, fondly known as "Bala". The film was jointly produced by National Centre for the Performing Arts and Government of Tamil Nadu. The thirty-three-minute documentary features the life and some of the works by Balasaraswati in the form of narration and dance, starring herself. At the age of fourteen, Ray had seen a performance of Balasaraswati in Kolkata, then known as "Calcutta", in 1935, when she was seventeen years old.
The White Hell (1954)
The White Hell is a 1954 Turkish crime adventure film directed by Metin Erksan, based on the novel by Peyami Safa. It stars Turan Seyfioglu, Avni Dilligil, and Neriman Köksal.
Feed Me (2013)
Feed Me is a 2013 Chinese drama film directed by Yang Yazhou and Yang Bo. It was shown at the Montreal World Film Festival on August 29, 2013 and was released in China on May 22, 2015.
Mia and Roman (1968)
Mia and Roman is a 1968 23-minute documentary film which was shot during the making of Rosemary's Baby. The title refers to Mia Farrow and Roman Polanski.
Donga Mogudu (1987)
Donga Mogudu is a 1987 Tollywood film starring Chiranjeevi, Bhanupriya, Madhavi and Raadhika. This film was directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. Chiranjeevi portrayed a dual role in this film. The film is based on Yandamuri Veerendranath's novel Nallanchu Tellachira. The film was recorded as a Super Hit at the box office.
America's Answer (1918)
America's Answer is a 1918 American documentary and war silent film directed by Edwin F. Glenn. It chronicles the arrival of the first half-million American troops in France during World War I.
Atashin'chi the Movie (2003)
Atashin'chi is a comedy manga by Eiko Kera, and an anime adaptation that was produced from 2002 to 2009. It is an episode-based animated sitcom of the daily experiences of a family of four. The series won the 42nd Bungeishunjū Manga Award in 1996.
Os dias com ele (2014)
Os Dias Com Ele is a 2013 Brazilian documentary film directed by Maria Clara Escobar, about her father Carlos Henrique Escobar, who is a philosopher, teacher and playwright that has a history marked by repression suffered during the military dictatorship.
Nong Teng Nakleng-pukaotong (2006)
Nong Theng Nakleng-pukhaothong is a 2006 Thai comedy film starring Pongsak Pongsuwan and Choosak Eamsuk.
Chef de meute (2012)
Herd Leader is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Chloé Robichaud and released in 2012. The film stars Ève Duranceau as Clara, a shy woman who must build confidence in herself when she inherits her late aunt's dog and has to learn how to train it.
Revival is a 2013 comedy film written and directed by Alice Nellis and starring Bolek Polívka, Marián Geišberg, Karel Heřmánek and Miroslav Krobot. The film won the Audience Award at the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 2013. Revival received 11 nominations at the 2013 Czech Lion Awards, but did not win in any categories.
Chimney Sweep (1906)
The Chimney Sweep is a 1906 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès.
Pet Shop Boys: A Life in Pop (2006)
A Life In Pop is a 2006 documentary about English electronic dance music duo Pet Shop Boys. It was originally broadcast on Channel 4 in May 2006 and an expanded version followed on DVD in October.
Thalayana Manthram is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film directed by Sathyan Anthikkad and written by Sreenivasan. The film stars Sreenivasan, Urvashi, Jayaram, and Parvathy. Urvashi's performance as Kanchana is considered as a milestone in her career.
The Girl and the Bugler (1965)
They're Calling, Open the Door is a Soviet feature film of 1965 directed by Alexander Mitta, the debut of the twelve-year-old Elena Proklova in the cinema.
Eric Clapton: Live in Hyde Park (1997)
Live In Hyde Park is concert film recorded by blues-rock guitarist Eric Clapton on 29 June 1996 in London's Hyde Park. The concert was presented by the MasterCard Masters of Music for The Prince's Trust and featured songs from right across his career. The VHS of the footage from the concert was released in 1997, followed by a DVD version in 2001.
The Follow (2001)
The Hire: The Follow is the third installment in The Hire series by BMW films, written by Andrew Kevin Walker and directed by Wong Kar-wai. It stars Clive Owen, Forest Whitaker, Adriana Lima and Mickey Rourke. The Driver (Owen) is hired to follow an ageing movie star's (Rourke) young wife (Lima), whom he suspects of infidelity.
Tôkyô kôshinkyoku (1929)
Tokyo March is a 1929 black and white Japanese silent film, originally presented with benshi accompaniment, directed by Kenji Mizoguchi. It is a classic melodramatic love story addressing social inequality in modern Japan, depicted in Mizoguchi's typical style. The theme song "Tokyo March" was originally sung by Chiyako Sato.
Mary Engelbreit's the Night Before Christmas (2004)
Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (2017)
Cradle of Filth: Peace Through Superior Firepower (2005)
The Spiritual World (2007)
Tom's Restaurant - A Documentary About Everything (2014)
Das Tagebuch der Grete Müller (2014)
Du und icke und Berlin (1977)
Mowgli's Brothers (1976)
Mowgli's Brothers is a 1976 television animated special directed by American animator Chuck Jones. It is based on the first chapter of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book. The special was narrated by Roddy McDowall, who also performs the voices of all the male characters in the film. June Foray was the voice of Raksha, the Mother Wolf. It originally aired on CBS on February 11, 1976. The special was released on VHS, Betamax, and Laserdisc by Family Home Entertainment in 1985, and it was released on VHS again in 1999 and on DVD in 2002 and 2007 by Lionsgate. Jones also directed adaptations of two other The Jungle Book stories, "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" and "The White Seal", in 1975.
Drifting States (2005)
Sing Me a Song of Texas (1945)
Sing Me a Song of Texas is a 1945 American Western film directed by Vernon Keays and written by J. Benton Cheney and Elizabeth Beecher. The film stars Rosemary Lane, Tom Tyler, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Slim Summerville, Carole Mathews, Noah Beery Sr., Pinky Tomlin and Marie Austin. The film was released on February 8, 1945, by Columbia Pictures.
Saddle Leather Law (1944)
Saddle Leather Law is a 1944 American Western film directed by Benjamin H. Kline and written by Elizabeth Beecher. The film stars Charles Starrett, Dub Taylor, Vi Athens, Lloyd Bridges, Jimmy Wakely and Salty Holmes. The film was released on December 21, 1944, by Columbia Pictures.
Carmen's Veranda (1944)
Carmen's Veranda is a short animated musical film produced by Terrytoons and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The film is one of the studio's early films in color.
Old MacDonald Duck (1941)
Old MacDonald Duck is an animated cartoon from 1941 in which Donald Duck is a farmer. Donald is disturbed by an insect when he tries to milk the cow Clementine.