Fair of the Dove (1935)

Paloma Fair (Spanish:La verbena de la Paloma) is a 1935 Spanish musical film directed by Benito Perojo and starring Miguel Ligero, Roberto Rey and Raquel Rodrigo. It is an adaptation of the 1894 Zarzuela La verbena de la Paloma and it is part of the tradition of Operetta films which was at its height during the 1930s. The film was made by Spain's largest studio of the era CIFESA, and was one of the most popular films made during the Second Spanish Republic.

Atraco a las tres (1962)

Atraco a las tres (Robbery at 3 o'clock) is a 1962 Spanish comedy film directed by José María Forqué. It is inspired by Mario Monicelli's masterpiece Big Deal on Madonna Street

Rue de Paris (1959)

Rue des prairies is a 1959 French drama film directed by Denys de La Patellière.

Un rayo de luz (1960)

A Ray of Light (Spanish:Un rayo de luz) is a 1960 Spanish musical film directed by Luis Lucia. It was the first movie to star singer and actress Marisol. It skyrocketed her to fame. Also for this film Marisol won the award to best child actress at the Venice Film Festival,

Mission spéciale à Caracas (1965)

Mission to Caracas or Mission spéciale à Caracas is a 1965 spy film directed by Raoul André. Roland Carey is special agent Becker, who’s after a briefcase that rather cleverly disguises some secret documents. The documents are being smuggled aboard a cruise ship but, as luck would have it....

A Summer You Will Never Forget (1959)

A Summer You Will Never Forget (German: Ein Sommer, den man nie vergißt) is a 1959 West German drama film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Claus Biederstaedt, Antje Geerk and Karin Dor. It was based on a novel by Marion Jahn. It was shot around Wörthersee in the Austrian state of Carinthia. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Franz Bi and Carl Ludwig Kirmse. It was shot using Eastmancolor.

Café Oriental (1962)

Café Oriental is a 1962 German musical comedy film directed by Rudolf Schündler and starring Elke Sommer, Jerome Courtland, Trude Herr and Bill Ramsey.

The Little Apartment (1959)

El Pisito is a 1959 Spanish comedy film directed by Marco Ferreri. The Spanish Ministry of Culture forced the producers to sign the film as co-directed by Spaniard Isidoro M. Ferry. It was co-written by famous Spanish screenwriter Rafael Azcona, who collaborated with Ferreri throughout his career. The film was a huge flop when it was released in Spain, but nowadays is a cult classic. The film had troubles with Spanish censorship. In the film, Marco Ferreri and Carlos Saura appear in cameos.

The Dear Augustin (1960)

Beloved Augustin (German: Der liebe Augustin) is a 1960 West German historical comedy film directed by Rolf Thiele and starring Matthias Fuchs, Ina Duscha and Veronika Bayer. It is not a remake of the 1940 film of the same title. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Arno Richter and Felix Smetana. It was shot in agfacolor with location filming taking place in Austria and Bavaria. It was made by the revived UFA company.

¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII? (1959)

Where Are You Going, Alfonso XII? (Spanish: ¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII?) is a 1959 Spanish historical drama film directed by Luis César Amadori and starring Vicente Parra, Paquita Rico and Mercedes Vecino. It portrays the life of Alfonso XII of Spain. It was followed by a sequel Alfonso XII and María Cristina the following year.

Tante Frieda - Neue Lausbubengeschichten (1965)

Tante Frieda – Neue Lausbubengeschichten is a 1965 West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Elisabeth Flickenschildt, Hans Kraus and Gustav Knuth. It is based on the 1907 novel Tante Frieda by Ludwig Thoma.

The Killing House (2018)

On the Other Hand, Death (2008)

On the Other Hand, Death is a 2008 gay-themed mystery film. It is the third film adaptation of a Richard Stevenson novel featuring fictional detective Donald Strachey. The film was screened at several LGBT film festivals, including the New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Film Festival, 2008 before going into rotation on the here! television network. The film was nominated for the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series.

Poem (1972)

The final entry in the Buddhist trilogy, Poem, returns to black and white and is centred on the austere existence of a young houseboy who becomes helplessly embroiled in the schemes of two brothers. Written by Toshirô Ishidô (screenwriter of Nagisa Ôshima's The Sun's Burial and Shôhei Imamura's Black Rain), who also penned This Transient Life and Mandara, Poem continues the trilogy's exploration of faith in a post-industrial world.

Serdar Somuncu - Der Hassprediger liest Bild (2009)

Cirkeline, Coco og det vilde næsehorn (2018)

Men and War (1970)

Når engle elsker (1985)

Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate's Cove (2021)

Roh's Beauty (2014)

The Machine That Killed Bad People (1990)

Xin Fang Shi Yu (1984)

Inside Out II (1992)

Pray 3D: The Storm (2012)

Epic History of Everyday Things (2011)

Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman (1998)

Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman is a British-American documentary film directed by English filmmaker John Boorman about American actor Lee Marvin (1924-1987).

The Sore Losers (1997)

The Wolf and the Baby (2016)

Fun on Earth (2007)

...nur ein Komödiant (1935)

… nur ein Komödiant (also König der Maske; in English, … just a Comedian, or King of the Mask) is the title of an Austrian film of 1935. The director was Erich Engel, temporarily in Vienna as a political emigrant from Germany, who with this film made a statement against fascism and authoritarian government. That it passed the strict censors not only of the Third Reich but of Austria can only have been because all political references were veiled by their setting in a royal court of the 18th century. The premiere took place on 20 September 1935 in the Ufa-Palast in Hamburg. The film went on general release in Germany on 9 October 1935, opening in the Capitol in Berlin, and in Austria on 10 January 1936, opening in Vienna.

Straße der Verheißung (1962)

Street of Temptation (German: Straße der Verheißung) is a 1962 West German drama film directed by Imo Moszkowicz and starring Mario Adorf, Karin Baal and Johanna von Koczian.

Die Frau am Scheidewege (1938)

The Woman at the Crossroads (German: Die Frau am Scheidewege) is a 1938 German drama film directed by Josef von Báky and starring Ewald Balser, Magda Schneider and Karin Hardt. It was made partly at the Hunnia Film Studios in Budapest.

Die Post geht ab (1962)

The Post Has Gone (German: Die Post geht ab) is a 1962 West German musical comedy film directed by Helmuth M. Backhaus and starring Vivi Bach and Adrian Hoven and Claus Biederstaedt.The film's sets were designed by the art directors Mirko Lipuzic and Johannes Ott. The film was shot on location in Yugoslavia. The plot centers on a trip to the Adriatic Sea by a group of competition winners.

Morgen wirst du um mich weinen (1959)

Willy, der Privatdetektiv (1960)

Willy the Private Detective (German: Willy, der Privatdetektiv) is a 1960 West German comedy film directed by Rudolf Schündler and starring Willy Millowitsch, Renate Mannhardt and Rudolf Platte.

The Rabbit Is Me (1965)

The Rabbit Is Me (German: Das Kaninchen bin ich) is an East German dramatic film directed by Kurt Maetzig. It was filmed in 1965, and based on the novel by Manfred Bieler.

Beneath the Palms on the Blue Sea (1957)

Beneath the Palms on the Blue Sea (German: Unter Palmen am blauen Meer, Italian: Vacanze a Portofino) is a 1957 German-Italian musical film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Bibi Johns, Giulia Rubini and Harald Juhnke.

Tonny (1962)

Tonny is a 1962 Norwegian drama film directed by Nils R. Müller and Per Gjersøe. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

Los pequeños gigantes (1960)

Der Mann im Strom (2006)

Man in the River (German: Der Mann im Strom) is a 1958 West German drama film directed by Eugen York and starring Hans Albers, Gina Albert and Helmut Schmid. It was one of the final appearances of the veteran star Albers.

Typhoon Over Nagasaki (1957)

Typhon sur Nagasaki (English: Typhoon Over Nagasaki) is a French drama romance film from 1957, directed by Yves Ciampi, written by Jean-Charles Tacchella, starring Jean Marais. The film was known under the title Typhoon Over Nagasaki (international English title).

Una señora estupenda (1970)

Hitch-Hike (1962)

Girl on the Road or Hitch-Hike (French: Les petits matins) is a 1962 French comedy film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Darry Cowl, Pierre Mondy and Lino Ventura.

Drillinge an Bord (1959)

Triplets on Board (German: Drillinge an Bord) is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Hans Müller and starring Heinz Erhardt, Ann Smyrner and Ingrid van Bergen. Three identical brothers all go on the same cruise using only one ticket.The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Haag.

El pecador y la bruja (1964)

Bread, Love and Andalucia (1958)

Bread, Love and Andalusia (Italian: Pane, amore e Andalusia, Spanish: Pan, amor y Andalucía) is a 1958 Italian-Spanish comedy film directed by Javier Setó and starring Carmen Sevilla, Vittorio De Sica and Vicente Parra. De Sica repreises his role as the Carabinieri officer Carotenuto from Bread, Love and Dreams. He travels to Seville where he falls in love with a beautiful young dancer.

The Violence of a Civilization without Secrets (2018)

Snow (2008)

Snow (Bosnian title: Snijeg) is the 2008 debut film by Aida Begić.

Gyodoso World Cup (2001)

Moonfall (2021)

Carriage to Vienna (1966)

Coach to Vienna (Czech: Kočár do Vídně, in USA released as Carriage to Vienna) is a 1966 Czech war thriller directed by Karel Kachyňa.

The Girl from San Lorenzo (1950)

The Girl from San Lorenzo is a 1950 American Western film directed by Derwin Abrahams and written by Ford Beebe. The film stars Duncan Renaldo, Leo Carrillo, Jane Adams, William F. Leicester, Byron Foulger and Don C. Harvey. The film was released on February 24, 1950, by United Artists.

Upstate Story (2018)

Rodeo (1969)

Reverie (2018)

Oko na Roki (2018)

Gangsters (1992)

Gangsters is a 1992 Italian drama film directed by Massimo Guglielmi. It was entered into the 18th Moscow International Film Festival.

Peter Pannekoek: Zacht van Binnen (2017)

Squadra antigangsters (1979)

The Gang That Sold America (Italian: Squadra antigangsters) is a 1979 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film directed by Bruno Corbucci. It is the fourth chapter in the Nico Giraldi film series starred by Tomas Milian. The Italian progressive rock band Goblin created the soundtrack for the film.

A Funny Boss (1964)

Une souris chez les hommes English: A Mouse with the Men, is a French comedy film from 1963, directed by Jacques Poitrenaud, written by Michel Audiard and Francis Ryck, starring Dany Saval and Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "A Mouse with the Men" (International English title), "Un drôle de caïd" (alternative French title), "O Tesouro Oculto" (Portugal), "Bei Oscar ist 'ne Schraube locker" (West Germany), "Due uomini in fuga... per un colpo maldestro" (Italy).

Natürlich die Autofahrer (1959)

Of Course, the Motorists (German: Natürlich die Autofahrer) is a 1959 West German comedy film directed by Erich Engels and starring Heinz Erhardt, Maria Perschy and Erik Schumann. The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Haag.

Chronicle of a Boy Alone (1965)

Chronicle of a Boy Alone (Spanish: Crónica de un niño solo), also known as Chronicle of a Lonely Child, is a 1965 Argentine film directed by Leonardo Favio. It won the Silver Condor Award for Best Film.

The Gentleman from Epsom (1962)

Le Gentleman d'Epsom English: The Gentleman from Epsom, is a French comedy film from 1962, directed by Gilles Grangier, written by Michel Audiard, starring Jean Gabin and Louis de Funès (uncredited). The film is known under the titles: "Les grands seigneurs: le gentleman d'Epsom" (alternative French title), "Duke of the Derby" or "The Gentleman from Epsom" (English titles), "Il re delle corse" (Italy), "Ein Herr aus besten Kreisen" (West Germany).

Cirque du Soleil: Delirium (2008)

When Love Kills: The Falicia Blakely Story (2017)

Half Breakdown (2007)

Juken sentai Gekiranger vs. Boukenger (2008)

Atom Man vs. Superman (1950)

Atom Man vs. Superman (1950), Columbia's 43rd serial and the second live-action Superman screen appearance, both featuring Kirk Alyn as Superman, finds Lex Luthor (Lyle Talbot), secretly the Atom Man, blackmailing the city of Metropolis by threatening to destroy the entire community. Perry White (Pierre Watkin), editor of the Daily Planet, assigns Lois Lane (Noel Neill), Jimmy Olsen (Tommy Bond) and Clark Kent (Kirk Alyn) to cover the story.

The Garden (2015)

Jungle of Desire (2016)

Rock 'N' Roll Goldmine: The Sixties (1986)

What Babies Want (2004)

The Big Apple (1937)

Last Mountain (2005)

Speedy Delivery (2008)

Speedy Delivery is a 2008 documentary film directed and produced by Paul B. Germain. The film follows the life story of David Newell, better known as Mr. McFeely from the children's television show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Shot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Speedy Delivery is a character study of Newell, examining his mission to help save "The Neighborhood" following the passing of his close friend Fred Rogers. Made on a budget of $4,000, the film was funded by grants from two universities: Carnegie Mellon University and Pomona College. Currently, Speedy Delivery is airing regionally on PBS and has screened at The Feel Good Film Festival founded by Kristen Ridgway Flores, Flyway Film Festival, and screened at the 2009 Seattle Children's Film Festival.

The Big Family (1973)

The Big Family (Italian: L'onorata famiglia - Uccidere è cosa nostra) is a 1973 Italian mafia film written and directed by Tonino Ricci and starring Raymond Pellegrin, Simonetta Stefanelli and Richard Conte.

Rage of the Innocents (2001)

Happy as the Grass Was Green (1973)

Happy as the Grass Was Green, later renamed Hazel’s People, is a 1973 American drama film directed by Charles Davis and starring Geraldine Page, Pat Hingle and Graham Beckel. The film is one of the few Old Order Mennonite related films ever made. Most of the cast other than the aforementioned consists of genuine Pennsylvanian Mennonites. The film is based on a novel by Merle Good. For many years, the film was presented nightly at the "People's Place" in Intercourse, PA. The Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online states: "The two films Amish Grace and Happy as the Grass was Green have significant insider Mennonite contributions and come closest to presenting a valid image of Amish and Mennonites". The original title of the film is taken from the poem Fern Hill of Dylan Thomas.

Presídio de Mulheres Violentadas (1984)

The Banksters, Madoff with America (2013)

Genesis: Land of Confusion (1986)

The Brannigan Account (2015)

The Avenging Spider-Man (2015)

That Lady from Peking (1975)

That Lady from Peking is an Australian crime film directed by Eddie Davis and starring Carl Betz, Nancy Kwan and Bobby Rydell. Although shot in 1969 it was not screened commercially until 1975. It was the last of three films Eddie Davis made in Australia.

Whereabouts (2011)

Kung-Fu Kitties (2004)

Betty I Am (2012)

Ascension Day (2007)

The Case of Becky (1915)

The Case of Becky is a 1915 American silent drama film directed by Frank Reicher and written by David Belasco, Edward Locke, and Margaret Turnbull. The film stars Blanche Sweet, Theodore Roberts, James Neill, Carlyle Blackwell, Jane Wolfe, and Gertrude Kellar. The film was released on September 13, 1915, by Paramount Pictures. The film was later remade in 1921 under the same title.

Pain (2015)

Out of the Closet, Off the Screen: The Life of William Haines (2001)

Saturday, Sunday and Friday (1979)

Saturday, Sunday and Friday, originally titled Sabato, domenica e venerdì, is a 1979 Italian anthology comedy film directed by Castellano & Pipolo, Pasquale Festa Campanile and Sergio Martino.

The Black Connection (1974)

I'm Going to Bite Someone (2013)

Tracing Battleship Potemkin (2007)

Alles was wir wollen (2013)

Captain Yagit (1989)

Love = (Me)^3 (2004)

Litorra (2006)

Living with Pride: Ruth C. Ellis @ 100 (1999)