The Night Wears Suspenders (1985)

La Nuit porte-jarretelles (English title: The Night Wears Suspenders) is a 1985 French film directed by Virginie Thévenet. The film stars Jezabel Carpi, Ariel Genet and Arielle Dombasle.

Al Dente (2007)

A hungry, little street girl discovers the magic and the dangers of an opera-singing ogre's kitchen.

Serial Teachers (2013)

Serial Teachers (French title: Les Profs) is a 2013 French comedy film directed by Pierre-François Martin-Laval. The film is based on the comics Les Profs by Pica and Erroc. It was the top-grossing French film of the year, with a total of 3,957,176 admissions in France. A sequel, Serial Teachers 2, was released on 1 July 2015.

Are Golfers Cuckoo? (1926)

Poor golfers try to earn extra money as caddies.

Het Sacrament (1989)

The Sacrament is a 1989 Belgian comedy film directed by Belgian author Hugo Claus. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival. The film is based on Claus' own novel Omtrent Deedee and his play Interieur. The film was selected as the Belgian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

L'enfance de l'art (1988)

L'enfance de l'art is a 1988 French drama film directed by Francis Girod. It was entered into the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.

The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead & Roundhead (2014)

After their home is destroyed, Boxhead and Roundhead head to the big city and battle red tape, rent, rats and the rat race to get it back.

Paris Frills (1945)

Paris Frills (French: Falbalas), is a 1945 French drama film directed by Jacques Becker and starring Raymond Rouleau, Micheline Presle and Jean Chevrier. It was made in 1944 during the German occupation but not released until the following year. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Douy. It was shot at the Francoeur Studios in Paris. Exteriors were shot in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The Last Road (2014)

A down on his luck boxer loses his life in the ring and is forced to navigate his way through a confusing and sometimes terrifying afterlife.

Francis of Brooklyn (2012)

A traumatized veteran's spiritual crisis leads him to renounce his family's wealth and to seek out a more meaningful life among the homeless and rejected on the streets of Brooklyn.

Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten (2009)

A donkey, a dog, a cat and a rooster flee their farms after outliving their usefulness and have adventures while seeking new lives as musicians.

The Gifted Hands (2013)

While hunting for a murderer, a detective meets a young man who can see someone's entire past simply by touching the person.

Garuda Di Dadaku 2 (2011)

A teenager dreams of leading his team to win a soccer competition in Jakarta.

Gajes del oficio (2013)

An unexpected event makes a man late for his daughter's birthday party.

To the Extreme (2000)

In extremis is a 2000 French film written and directed by Etienne Faure. It tells the story of Thomas, a young man whose lover dies, leaving Thomas to fight for custody of her orphaned son. It takes its name from the Latin phrase which means "in the furthest reaches" or "at the point of death".

Lagi Lagi Senario (2001)

Workers re-evaluate their priorities after a rivalry between two food stalls gets out of hand.

KIL (2013)

KIL is a 2013 Malaysian mystery drama film directed by Nik Amir Mustapha and It was written by Nik Amir Mustapha, Rewan Ishak and Khairulzaman Dzulkifly and produced by Tengku Iesta Tengku Alaudin.

Lovers of Paris (1957)

Lovers of Paris (original title Pot-Bouille, "Stew Pot") is a 1957 French film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Gérard Philipe. It is based on the novel Pot-Bouille by Émile Zola. The movie is in black and white, and filmed in 35 mm. It premiered in France on October 18, 1957. It was the second film Duvivier directed based on a novel in Zola's Rougon-Macquart series, the first being Au Bonheur des Dames in 1930.

El regreso (2013)

The Return (Spanish: El regreso) is a 2013 Venezuelan film directed by Patricia Ortega. The first Zulian film of this millennium, it premiered on 30 August 2013 in commercial cinemas in Venezuela.

The New Watchdogs (2012)

The impact that the political and corporate interests have on the French news media.

Coplan FX 18 casse tout (1965)

The Exterminators is a 1965 spy film directed by Riccardo Freda. It was the fourth in the Francis Coplan series of films. It was released in the United Kingdom as The Exterminators and on television in the United States as FX 18 Superspy.

Concrete Romance (2007)

Concrete Romance (Italian: Cemento armato, literally "Armored Cement") is a 2007 Italian neo-noir film directed by Marco Martani.

Make Me Shudder 2: Shudder Me Mae Nak (2014)

High school students travel back in time to fulfill a restless spirit's demands.

I Know What I'm Doing (2013)

An American businesswoman marries one of the wealthiest men in Britain.

The Vampire Doll (1970)

The Vampire Doll is a 1970 Japanese horror film directed by Michio Yamamoto.

Crime d'État (2013)

Investigators probe the death of French politician Robert Boulin in October 1979.

Ghosts in the Machine (2015)

Six people find a cursed VCR in an abandoned house.

Victim (2013)

A teenager finds himself being stalked and tormented by a mythical being.

Tales of the Supernatural (2014)

Tales of the Supernatural is a 2014 British horror film. It is a portmanteau film consisting of six short tales. Segments are written by Steven M. Smith, Daniel Johnson and Matt Dickinson and directed by Steven M. Smith and Daniel Johnson. The cast includes Bruce Payne, Jon Campling and Jon-Paul Gates. It is planned for release on 17 October 2014 on DVD and VOD worldwide through Monarch Films Inc and Greenway Entertainment.

Maigret voit rouge (1963)

Maigret voit rouge (English:Maigret Sees Red) is a 1963 French-Italian crime film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Jean Gabin, Françoise Fabian and Roland Armontel. It is Gabin's third appearance as Belgian writer Georges Simenon's fictional detective Jules Maigret.

Desert Ambush (2011)

A hostage crisis erupts upon the kidnapping of two scientists investigating the conditions in a Nigerian uranium mine operated by a French corporation, at the very moment when France and Niger attempt to renegotiate the price of uranium.

LasseMajas detektivbyrå - Von Broms hemlighet (2013)

Two young detectives search for a sought-after coffin belonging to a famous composer.

Lola Auf Der Erbse (2014)

After her father's disappearance, Lola lives with her mother, only to face more upheaval when her mother makes a new friend.

LasseMajas detektivbyrå - Stella Nostra (2015)

Two young sleuths become prime suspects when a mafia family's crown jewels go missing.

Anubis: Het pad der 7 zonden (2008)

Anubis en het Pad der 7 Zonden is a Belgian and Dutch film version of the children's television show Het Huis Anubis. It is directed by Dennis Botts, with a screenplay by Alexandra Penrhyn and Anjali Taneja, and a music score by Olaf Janssens. Starring Achmed Akkabi, Vincent Banic, Loek Beernink and Filip Bolluyt, it was first released on 8 October 2008 in the Netherlands and was the most financially successful Dutch film of 2008.

Fist of Jesus (2012)

Jesus and Judas battle a hoard of flesh eaters.

Les murs porteurs (2008)

Time changes the lives of people.

The Embryo Hunts in Secret (1966)

The Embryo Hunts In Secret , released in July 1966, is the first film made by Japanese director Kōji Wakamatsu independently of any movie studio. It was released just months after he had left Nikkatsu and formed his own company, Wakamatsu Productions.

The Gardener of Argenteuil (1966)

The Gardener of Argenteuil (French: Le jardinier d'Argenteuil) is a 1966 French-German comedy crime film directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois and starring Jean Gabin, Liselotte Pulver and Pierre Vernier.

Neither Seen Nor Recognized (1958)

A poacher living in the woods of a small French village outwits the policeman trying to arrest him.

For 200 Grand, You Get Nothing Now (1982)

Pour cent briques, t'as plus rien... is a French comedy film directed by Édouard Molinaro. It was released in 1982.

Éducation anglaise (1983)

After losing both her parents, Sylvie is enrolled in a sadistic boarding school by her ward.

Dracula's Angel (2014)

A woman falls in love with Dracula.

The Assassin (2007)

An assassin finds himself on the run from both the police and his employers.

Le grand appartement (2006)

A carefree family in a spacious apartment gets a dose of reality when the landlord tries to evict them.

Let's Rob the Bank (1964)

Faites sauter la banque! English: Rob the Bank, is a French comedy film from 1964, directed by Jean Girault, written by Louis Sapin and Jean Girault, starring Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "Rob the Bank" (International English title), "El gran golpe" (Spain), "Balduin, der Geldschrank-Knacker" (West Germany), "Faccio saltare la banca" (Italy).

The Big Wash (1948)

A disgruntled teacher conspires with an anarchist to block TV airwaves.

In the Land of the Owl Turds (1987)

An eccentric man with an ugly car searches for true love.

Hjem: Living at the End of the World (2013)

In Hammerfest, the northernmost city in the world, people are confronted daily with the simultaneous harshness and beauty of life in the Arctic Circle.

High/Low (2011)

In Hong Kong and Macau, four gamblers journey into a world of winners and losers created by a culture of speculation, addiction and debt.

Sunshine Girl and the Hunt for Black Eyed Kids (2012)

A paranormal investigator and her friends search for evidence of an urban legend.

There Were Days... and Moons (1990)

There Were Days... and Moons (French: Il y a des jours... et des lunes) is a 1990 film directed by Claude Lelouch.

Chand Aur Suraj (1965)

Chand Aur Suraj is a 1965 Indian Hindi-language film produced by Ganga Chitra and directed by Dulal Guha. The film stars Dharmendra, Ashok Kumar, Tanuja, Nirupa Roy and Asit Sen. The film's music is by Salil Choudhury. The film was remade in Tamil as Annavin Aasai with K. Balaji, Gemini Ganesan and Savitri in the lead roles.

Los Muertos (2004)

Los Muertos (Spanish: Los Muertos) is a 2004 Argentine drama film directed by Lisandro Alonso. It follows a released prisoner (Vargas) who, convicted of murder years ago, looks for his now adult daughter. Vargas' journey is slow and contemplative though Alonso refuses to externalize his psychology, making much of the film's events open-ended and impressionistic. The film is considered part of Alonso's "Lonely Man Trilogy," which also includes La Libertad and Liverpool.

Testament (2004)

Ten'ja is a 2004 Arabic-language French-Moroccan film directed by Hassan Legzouli, written by the director and Emmanuelle Sardou. The film stars Roschdy Zem, Aure Atika, and Abdou El Mesnaoui.

Les yeux clairs (2005)

A woman living with her brother and his girlfriend takes medication to control her behavior.

Hua xin da shao (1983)

A rich playboy lives a carefree life until his mother decides he needs to settle down.

Manigances: Notice Rouge (2013)

Jonathan has to face his demons and find the person responsible for the death of his friend.

Rise of the Superheroes (2018)

How super hero films, from Tim Burton's "Batman" to "Blade," and the Marvel movies brought to life from the pages of comic books, took over Hollywood and conquered the world with larger-than-life characters.

Love Me Anyway (2014)

Eddie and Esme's marriage is going through a rough patch, and Esme's extramarital affair and the arrival of Eddie's brother, Danny, doesn't help matters.

Never Alone (2015)

Best friends Jen and Lena share a special bond in childhood but eventually drift apart due to lifestyle choices -- until a sudden, shocking diagnosis makes the two friends re-evaluate why they lost sight of each other.

Sutta Kadhai (2013)

Sutta Kadhai is a 2013 Indian Tamil-language black comedy film written and directed by Subu in his directorial debut. It stars Balaji, Venky, Dongli, Nassar, Lakshmi Priyaa and M. S. Bhaskar. The plot revolves around two police constables who try to solve a murder case in a village.

Chercher le garçon (2012)

A woman hopes a dating website will help her find true love.

Dear Dakanda (2005)

A young man and woman become friends until they realize their feelings have changed.

D-Day 6.6.1944 (2004)

Ian Holm narrates a re-creation of the preparation and execution of one of the most important days in history, beginning in January 1944 as the Allies and Germans race to prepare for the long-awaited invasion of Europe.

Bottom (2004)

Derrick Jones' dream is to provide financial security for his family. But unjust corporate cutbacks leave him alone, penniless, and with a new baby on the way. His dreams lost at the other end of a liquor bottle. Just when he's about to hit rock bottom, Derrick snaps and recognizes that sometimes, revenge is the ultimate guarantee for justice. In the spirit of Changing Lanes, and Falling Down, Bottom depicts the destruction of the human spirit, when it dangles at the end of the bottom line.

Black Really Suits You (2012)

Black Really Suits You (original title: Le noir (te) vous va si bien) is a 2012 French film written, directed and produced by Jacques Bral.

Death's Glamour (2007)

A director comes across a male corpse and immediately decides to use this to his advantage by exchanging his passport for the dead man's passport. He hopes that the world will believe he is dead, thereby ensuring a renewed interest in his work.

Kung Fu Tootsie (2007)

Kung Fu Tootsie is a 2007 Thai action-comedy film written and directed by Jaturong Mokjok.

Anvers (2009)

A man's family deteriorates after he loses his job.

A Piece of Cake (1948)

A Piece of Cake is a 1948 British fantasy comedy film directed by John Irwin and starring and co-written by the husband and wife team of Cyril Fletcher and Betty Astell as well as Laurence Naismith and Jon Pertwee. It was made at Highbury Studios as a second feature for release by the Rank Organisation.

Digna: Hasta el último aliento (2004)

Digna... hasta el último aliento is a Mexican film released in 2003.

The Lynx (1982)

During the German occupation of Poland, a priest in a small village hears the confession of a young partisan who has been sent to pass judgement on the "traitors" who live in the town.

Heaven's Gate: The Untold Story (1999)

Filmmaker Sergio Myers is granted access to the archives of the UFO cult Heaven's Gate by the survivors of the cult after a mass suicide took 39 members on March 26, 1997.

El vampiro (1957)

El vampiro (English: The Vampire) is a 1957 Mexican horror film, produced by Abel Salazar and directed by Fernando Méndez from an original screenplay by Ramon Obon, and starring German Robles as Count Lavud, the vampire. The film offered an original, Mexican version of the vampire legend and was, in that context, highly popular and influential for the Mexican cinema.

Tadakha (2013)

Tadakha is a 2013 Telugu action comedy film directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasani, who directed Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam earlier. The film is a remake of the well-received 2012 Tamil film Vettai, written and directed by N. Linguswamy. Initially, Sameera Reddy was approached to reprise her role. She was replaced by Andrea Jeremiah. Tamannaah is seen opposite Naga Chaitanya for the second time after 100% Love. The film received mixed reviews and was declared Hit at the box office and Sunil won Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor - Telugu for his excellent police officer role.Tarang Cine Productions remade the movie in Odia in 2018 as Happy Lucky.

Snobs! (1962)

When the president of a company dies, the four vice presidents (and their wives) take part in a smear campaign against the others to replace him.

The Female (1959)

The Female (French: La Femme et le Pantin, Italian: Femmina) is a 1959 French-Italian drama film directed by Julien Duvivier. It is the third adaptation of the novel La Femme et le pantin by Pierre Louÿs.

El libro de piedra (2009)

A child psychologist hired to help a millionaire's emotionally challenged daughter makes a frightening discovery about the girl's supposedly imaginary friend.

Some (2004)

Some is a 2004 South Korean crime thriller film directed by Chang Yoon-hyun.

Engrams (2017)

A scientist attempts to cure depression by tampering with happy memories.

Son of the Northeast (1982)

Son of the Northeast is a 1982 historical drama film set in 1930s Isan, or northeastern Thailand. The film is directed by Vichit Kounavudhi and is based on a S.E.A. Write Award-winning book by Kampoon Boonthavee. Filmed in a documentary style, the story follows a tight-knit group of Isan subsistence farmers as they struggle against drought and other depredations.

Small Cuts (2003)

A journalist for a communist newspaper, suffering through a midlife crisis, sets out to help his uncle but gets lost in a forest and meets a woman.

Hardi Pardaillan! (1964)

Hardi Pardaillan! is a 1964 French-Italian adventure film directed by Bernard Borderie and starring Gérard Barray, Valérie Lagrange, Philippe Lemaire, Sophie Hardy, and Guy Delorme. It was also known as The Gallant Musketeer.

Creepies (2003)

Deadly spiders are accidentally unleashed from a top-secret military installation. Army specialists and Tanks are called in to exterminate the deadly predators, but the outbreak is worse than expected. Weapons of mass destruction have little or no effect on the venomous spiders. Civilians are strangled with spider webs and eaten alive. The Military in a desperate effort to eradicate the killer spiders, decide to demolish the entire city. Creepies features an all-star cast, including Vincent Bilancio (Sorority House Massacre), Carl Washington (KillJoy), Joe Haggerty (Zombie Chronicles), Garrett Clancy (Camp Blood 2), Jeff Ryan (Aquanoids) and a formidable army of giant killer spiders with astounding special effects.

Operation Dunaj (2009)

A Polish soldier (Przemyslaw Bluszcz) and his fellow comrades befriend Czechs in a small-town tavern.

What No One Knows (2008)

What No One Knows (Danish: Det som ingen ved) is a 2008 Danish political thriller film written and directed by Søren Kragh-Jacobsen, and starring Anders W. Berthelsen, Maria Bonnevie, Ghita Nørby, and Lars Mikkelsen. The film was produced by Nimbus Film.

The Zoo Gang (1985)

The Zoo Gang is a 1985 American teen film.

The Girl in the Picture (1986)

The Girl in the Picture is a 1985 British film directed by Cary Parker and starring John Gordon Sinclair as Alan, a Glaswegian photographer, keen to get back with his former girlfriend Mary (Irina Brook). Meanwhile his assistant Ken (played by David McKay) is smitten by a girl he knows only through her photograph. The film also stars Gregor Fisher, Rikki Fulton and Simone Lahbib, with a score composed by Scottish musician Ron Geesin

Circus Rosaire (2007)

A family of circus performers try to keep traditional values while adapting to modern entertainment.

Uphill All the Way (1986)

Uphill All The Way is a 1986 comedy western film starring Roy Clark, Mel Tillis, Glen Campbell, Burl Ives, Trish Van Devere, Elaine Joyce, Frank Gorshin and Sheb Wooley.

Second Chances (2013)

Two children try to play matchmaker for their widowed mother (Alison Sweeney) and an injured firefighter (Greg Vaughan).

Sex in an Epidemic (2010)

Activist and filmmaker Jean Carlomusto examines the impact of AIDS on the gay community, including efforts to spread potentially lifesaving information about prevention in a rising tide of homophobia and conservatism.

Legend of Frosty the Snowman (2005)

The Legend of Frosty the Snowman is a 2005 American/Canadian direct-to-video animated film produced by Classic Media and Studio B Productions. This movie has also been bundled with the original 1969 Rankin/Bass special and the CBS Entertainment Productions sequel. The special originally aired annually on Cartoon Network in the United States, and it now airs on Kids & Teens TV in the country since December 11, 2011, despite the acquisition of DreamWorks Animation, which acquired Classic Media and renamed it DreamWorks Classics in 2012, and currently distributed by Universal Television. Narrated and sung by Burt Reynolds, with veteran actor/voice artist Bill Fagerbakke in the role of Frosty, the film has very little continuity with the original, featuring a rebooted back-story.

House of Ghosts (2012)

Trapped in a mansion by a massive snowstorm, party guests experience a host of frightening events after a medium opens a portal to the spirit realm.

Love Crime (2010)

Love Crime (French: Crime d'amour) is a 2010 French psychological suspense thriller starring Ludivine Sagnier and Kristin Scott Thomas. It is the last film directed by Alain Corneau, and was released posthumously after the director's death from cancer.

Road to Nowhere (2011)

Road to Nowhere is a 2010 American romance thriller independent film directed by Monte Hellman, written by Steven Gaydos, and starring Cliff De Young, Waylon Payne, Shannyn Sossamon, Tygh Runyan, and Dominique Swain. It is Hellman's first feature film in 21 years. Road to Nowhere was shot in western North Carolina from July to August 2009, before moving to Europe. The film premiered on September 10, 2010 at the 67th Venice International Film Festival and was nominated for the Golden Lion, but won Jury Award Special Lion for Career Achievement. The film was given a limited release in New York on June 10, 2011 and in Los Angeles on June 17, 2011.

Piya Ka Ghar (1972)

Piya Ka Ghar is a 1972 Hindi comedy set (mainly) in Mumbai in the 1970s. It is a remake of Raja Thakur's Marathi film Mumbaicha Jawai. It portrays the difficulties of life in India's biggest city during the 1970s in the form of a comic family drama.

Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004)

Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke is a delayed 2004 Bollywood romance mystery film directed by Birendra Nath Tiwari and produced by Ram sharma PB04. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Raveena Tandon, Navneet Nishan, Divya Desai, Mohnish Behl and Kiran Kumar.

He Did and He Didn't (1916)

He Did and He Didn't is a 1916 American short comedy film starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Mabel Normand.