Black and Cuba (2015)

Street-smart Ivy League students live as outcasts at their elite university, then they band together to go to Cuba to see if revolution is truly possible.

El Greco (1966)

El Greco is a 1966 Italian drama film and biography of the master painter El Greco directed by Luciano Salce and starring Mel Ferrer and Rosanna Schiaffino.

The Perfect Girl (2015)

When a boy and girl meet in a tourist town, they think they're perfect for each other. After being forced to separate, their paths cross again, years later, in Mumbai.

Kiss My Act (2001)

An aspiring stand-up comedian (Camryn Manheim) with low self-esteem gives her best material to a pretty colleague who attracts a talent scout (Scott Cohen).

Bastards (2014)

Rabha El Haimer fights to have her sham marriage recognized, and her daughter legitimized by the Moroccan judicial system.

Rebellious Daughters (1938)

Rebellious Daughters is an American movie of 1938. It was the first feature film directed by Jean Yarbrough, and starred Marjorie Reynolds. The film's producer was Ben Judell of Progressive Pictures, known for low-budget exploitation films with provocative titles; other films released by Progressive the same year included Delinquent Parents and Slander House.

The Snow Queen's Revenge (1996)

The Snow Queen's Revenge is a 1996 British animated film directed by Martin Gates. It is a sequel to the 1995 children's fantasy animated film The Snow Queen and has some of the voice cast changed, including Julia McKenzie cast in the titular role of the Snow Queen. Vanquished in the first film, the evil Snow Queen returns to life, setting out to seek revenge on those who ruined her plans to freeze and rule the world and it is up to young Ellie and her best friends to stop her again.

Panic in the Mailroom (2013)

Two minions get in trouble after one is exposed to a dangerous chemical in Gru's mailroom.

Thundering Gun Slingers (1944)

A young man tackles the outlaw gang responsible for pinning phony rustling charges on his uncle and other local ranchers.

Red Family (2013)

Red Family is a 2013 South Korean drama film directed by Lee Ju-hyoung. It was written, produced and co-edited by the renowned art house moviemaker Kim Ki-duk.

Sequoia (2014)

A lively young woman with a life threatening illness visits Sequoia National Park with a plan to take matters into her own hands. Her plans become complicated by her colorful family and the unexpected possibility of romance with a musician.

Shirley Temple Story (1976)

Shirley Temple avoids the dangers of the anarchist revolutionaries as she travels with three young ladies to the Emerald City to meet the Wizard of Oz.

The Private Archives of Pablo Escovar (2004)

Associates and relatives tell the story of the late Colombian drug lord, who met a violent end in 1993.

Whirlpool (1959)

The ex-girlfriend (Juliette Gréco) of a German fugitive hides with the captain (O.W. Fischer) and crew of a ship on the Rhine.

The Pink Room (2011)

Young girls in Cambodia endure the horrors of sex slavery and human trafficking.

Cycle Vixens (1978)

Teens ride motorcycles to California, stopping to skinny-dip and spray-paint their names on a rock.

Mutilation Mile (2009)

Mutilation Mile is a 2009 American horror film shot, edited, written, produced, and directed by Ron Atkins. The film stars Lawrence Bucher and Daniel McCabe as Jack and Jimmy DeGrasso, who, on a mission to find the killer of their beloved uncle Sal, murder everyone who crosses their path. The word "fuck" is used 664 times in the film's 82-minute running time, making it one of the films that most frequently uses the word.

Angels with Broken Wings (1941)

Angels with Broken Wings (1941) is an American comedy film starring Jane Frazee and Binnie Barnes, directed by Bernard Vorhaus, and released by Republic Pictures.

Brazil (1944)

Brazil (also known as Stars and Guitars ) is a 1944 American musical comedy film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Tito Guízar, Virginia Bruce and Edward Everett Horton. It is set in Brazil, and involves a composer masquerading as twins, trying to win the hand of an anti-Latin novelist. The film also features Brazilian singer Aurora Miranda, as well as American singing cowboy Roy Rogers in a cameo appearance as himself.

The Appointment (1981)

A man disappoints his daughter on the day of her first violin solo, prompting psychokinetic terror.

Age-Old Friends (1989)

Age-Old Friends is a 1989 dramatic television film starring Hume Cronyn and Vincent Gardenia, who won Primetime Emmy Awards for their performances. It was written by Bob Larbey, based on his play A Month of Sundays, and directed by Allan Kroeker.

Obama Mama (2014)

Obama Mama is a 2014 biographic documentary film about Ann Dunham by producer/director Vivian Norris. It was co-produced with Brian Woods. The film was a featured selection at the 2014 Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), where it premiered in May, 2014 at the Kirkland Performance Center in Kirkland, Washington. Tom Tangney of the Broadcast Film Critics Association listed it as one of his ten "best bests" for SIFF.

I Don't Give a Damn (1987)

Wounded in battle and having permanently lost the use of his legs, Rafi (Ikka Sohar) is confined to a hospital bed, dwelling on memories and raging over anyone who tries to help him, comfort him or otherwise offer him any sympathy. This goes for his friends, relatives and even other patients, but no one sees his resentment like the one woman who still loves him, an old girlfriend named Nira (Anat Waxman). Even with her support, Rafi must come to terms with his disability on his own.

The Underdog (1943)

Bullies pick on a farm couple's (Barton MacLane, Jan Wiley) son (Bobby Larson) as he and his dog adjust to the city.

Still the Water (2014)

Still the Water (2つ目の窓, Futatsume no mado) is a 2014 Japanese romance film directed by Naomi Kawase. It was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or in the main competition section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It has been selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. Kawase has described the film as her "masterpiece", deserving of the Palme d'Or and states: "This is the first time that I have said this about a film. After the Camera d'Or and the Grand Prix, there is nothing I want more than the Palme d'Or. I have my eyes on nothing else." The film was taken in the scenic nature of Amami City, Amami Ōshima, in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan in 2013. The music was produced by Hasiken, a male singer-songwriter from Chichibu, Saitama.

The St. Louis Kid (1934)

The St. Louis Kid is a 1934 drama film starring James Cagney as a truck driver who gets mixed up in a union dispute after a union leader is killed and his girlfriend is kidnapped after witnessing the crime.

Taken Away (2014)

A senator's teenage daughter (Chelsea Ricketts) becomes locked in a custody battle for the child she was forced to give up for adoption.

The Great K & A Train Robbery (1926)

The Great K & A Train Robbery is a 1926 American Western silent film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring Tom Mix and Dorothy Dwan. The film is based on the actual foiling of a train robbery by Dick Gordon as related by Paul Leicester Ford in his book The Great K & A Train Robbery originally published as a serial in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in 1896.

Pursuit of Vengeance (1977)

Six fighters gather at a mansion and battle to the death.

Jump! (2008)

Jump! is a 2008 British-Austrian drama film written and directed by Joshua Sinclair. It starred Ben Silverstone, Patrick Swayze and Martine McCutcheon. It was loosely based on the real-life Halsman murder case. The film was premiered on the 2009 Jewish Film Festival in June 2009. Swayze was unable to attend due to pancreatic cancer.

Love In Bloom (1935)

Love in Bloom is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent and written by Frank R. Adams, J.P. McEvoy, John P. Medbury and Keene Thompson. The film stars George Burns, Gracie Allen, Joe Morrison, Dixie Lee, J. C. Nugent, Lee Kohlmar and Richard Carle. The film was released on March 15, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.

Ghost Stories: Unmasking the Dead (2008)

Filmmaker Dan T. Hall explores the Cliff House, the Whispers Estate, the Tuckaway House and other reportedly haunted sites in Indiana.

The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935)

The Big Broadcast of 1936 is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Norman Taurog, and is the second in the series of Big Broadcast movies. The musical comedy starred Jack Oakie, Bing Crosby, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Ethel Merman, The Nicholas Brothers, Lyda Roberti, Wendy Barrie, Mary Boland, Charles Ruggles, Akim Tamiroff, Amos 'n' Andy (Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll), Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and Argentine tango singer Carlos Gardel. The film featured an early appearance by Dorothy Dandridge (as one of the Dandridge Sisters). Glenn Miller appears as part of the Ray Noble Orchestra. In Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1974), George Thomas Simon noted that Glenn Miller was paid extra by Ray Noble "for working on The Big Broadcast of 1936, so that Glenn's total weekly pay" was $356. Uncredited roles include Jack Mulhall. The screenplay was by Walter DeLeon, Francis Martin, Ralph Spence, and Julius J. Epstein, who was uncredited. The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Dance Direction by LeRoy Prinz for "It's the Animal in Me". Although the film has not been released on DVD or VHS, it is available on various video sharing websites.

Golden Gate Girls (2013)

Golden Gate Girls is a 2013 documentary film focusing on the life and works of Esther Eng (1914-1970), once honored as the first woman director of Southern China. She crossed boundaries of both gender and culture by making Cantonese language films for Chinese audiences during and after WWII. She was in fact the only woman directing feature-length films in America after Dorothy Arzner’s retirement in 1943 and before Ida Lupino began directing in 1949. After her film career, she pioneered in establishing fine dining Chinese Restaurants in New York City. She left her mark in both the Chinese and English press enabling director S. Louisa Wei to recover some of her lost stories. Clips from her two extant films, stills from her eight other motion pictures, photos from her six albums, newsreels of San Francisco as she saw them, as well as hundreds of archival images are collected to present her life and work in the most stunning visuals.

El resultado del amor (2007)

The Effect of Love (Spanish: El resultado del amor) is a 2007 Argentinian drama film, written and directed by Eliseo Subiela, an Argentinian film director. The film was shot in Buenos Aires and San Luis in Argentina.

Border Flight (1936)

Border Flight is a 1936 American drama film directed by Otho Lovering and written by Stuart Anthony, Arthur J. Beckhard and Ewing Scott. The film stars Frances Farmer, John Howard, Roscoe Karns, Robert Cummings, Grant Withers and Samuel S. Hinds. The film was released on May 29, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.

Under Siege (1980)

The president (Hal Holbrook), secretary of state (E.G. Marshall), FBI director (Peter Strauss) and media respond to foreign terrorism on U.S. soil.

Among Us (2004)

A filmmaker (Bob Dennis) and his crew encounter the legendary Bigfoot in the Pennsylvania woods.

Something Different (1963)

A woman becomes frustrated with her indifferent husband, and a female gymnast near retirement faces pressure from her trainer.

I Am a Girl (2013)

I Am A Girl is a 2013 documentary that follows six girls aged between 17 and 19 from the United States, Australia, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Cameroon, and Papua New Guinea, highlighting issues of gender inequality, domestic abuse, mental health and family planning. The story is told through interviews with the girls and cinematic observational footage as they experience important events and rites of passage in their life. The film's producer and director, Rebecca Barry, is a filmmaker from Australia. The film is distributed by Women Make Movies in North America, Titan View in Australia, and TVF International in the rest of the world.

The Set (1970)

The Set is a 1970 Australian drama film directed by Frank Brittain and produced by David Hannay and adapted from the unpublished novel by Roger Ward. The film depicts homosexuality in Australia, and was the first feature film in Australia to have homosexuality as a main theme.

Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959)

Donald in Mathmagic Land is a 27-minute Donald Duck educational featurette released on June 26, 1959. The film was nominated for an Academy Award, and became a widely viewed educational film in American schools of the 1960s.

Dead Stop (1995)

A journalist investigates gruesome murders after Jack the Ripper resurfaces from the grave.

Blind Adventure (1933)

Blind Adventure is a 1933 American Pre-Code film directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack released by RKO Radio Pictures.

Gossip (2000)

Gossip is a 2000 Swedish comedy/drama film. It was directed and written by Colin Nutley.

A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash (2006)

A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash is a 2006 documentary film about peak oil, produced and directed by Basil Gelpke and Ray McCormack.

Dark Web (2016)

Twisted film directors kidnap a young woman and sell the opportunity to hunt her to millionaires.

Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea (2006)

Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea is a documentary film by Chris Metzler and Jeff Springer, with narration by John Waters and music by Friends of Dean Martinez. This offbeat and often humorous documentary tells the story of the accidental lake and environmental catastrophe known as the Salton Sea, located in the desert of southern California, USA. Once known as the “California Riviera”, the Salton Sea is now called one of America’s worst ecological disasters: a fetid, stagnant, salty lake, that coughs up dead fish and birds by the thousands in frequent die-offs that occur. However, amongst the ruins of this man-made mistake, a few remaining eccentrics (a roadside nudist, a religious folk artist, a Hungarian revolutionary, and real estate speculators) struggle to keep a remodeled version of the original Salton Sea dream alive. The film shares these people's stories and their difficulties in keeping their unique community alive, as the nearby cities of Los Angeles and San Diego attempt to take the agricultural water run-off that barely sustains the Salton Sea. The film ultimately explores the historical, economic, political, and environmental issues that face the Salton Sea, while taking a closer look at the people who have chosen to live in what they see as a surreal paradise.

Shaolin Invincibles (1977)

A kung-fu master's five disciples set out to restore peace to warring states.

First Graders (1984)

First Graders is a 1984 Iranian documentary feature film directed by Abbas Kiarostami, in which a hidden camera follows a group of first graders during a day at school.

Asylum (2013)

Asylum is a 2014 American horror comedy film directed by Todor Chapkanov. The movie was released to DVD in Japan on April 4, 2014 and was released in the United States on June 2, 2015. Asylum is part of After Dark's "After Dark Originals" series and stars Stephen Rea as a man who must stop his brother from releasing the forces of darkness upon the world.

Vladimir et Rosa (1971)

The trial of the Chicago Seven.

Animal Treasure Island (1971)

Animal Treasure Island (どうぶつ宝島, Dōbutsu Takarajima) is a 1971 Japanese anime feature film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The film was produced by Toei Animation and released on the studio's 20th anniversary. It was licensed and distributed in English-language countries by Discotek Media.

Le Vent d'Est (1970)

Wind from the East (French: Le Vent d'est) is a 1970 film by the Dziga Vertov Group, a radical filmmaking cooperative that, at its core, included Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin. As with most films from this period in Godard's career, directing credit was given to the collective and not himself or other individual filmmakers. Of the Dziga Vertov Group films, Wind from the East became particularly notable due to Peter Wollen's influential essay about it: "Godard and Counter Cinema: Vent d'est." Wollen contends that Wind from the East exemplifies how Brechtian principles of "epic theatre" can be applied to film as "counter cinema."

Fatal Acquittal (2014)

Fatal Acquittal is a 2014 made-for-TV mystery thriller film directed be Sam Irvin and starring Joely Fisher, Denise Richards and Patrick Muldoon.

Ride in a Pink Car (1974)

A Vietnam veteran (Glenn Corbett) comes home to hostility in the South.

Tuesday (2012)

Three groups plan to rob one bank -- at the same time.

Bird Co. Media (2014)

Filmmaker Jason Bourque examines the controversy caused by a new company using live birds to carry advertising banners.

The Memory of Us (1974)

A young housewife (Ellen Geer) and mother of two has an uneasy marriage with an unfaithful husband (Jon Cypher).

The Torturer (2008)

People are dragged from their homes, sent to a secret prison, and subjected to torture.

The Purloined Pup (1946)

Policedog Pluto must save a captive pooch from Butch the dognapper.

Adwa (1999)

Adwa - An African Victory is a 1999 Ethiopian documentary film directed by Haile Gerima. It concerns the Battle of Adowa (Adwa) (1896).

Vaigasi Poranthachu (1990)

A woman helps her daughter elope with her lover after she finds out about their affair. But soon, her father, the village chief, sends his henchmen to find them and bring them back home.

A Day at the Beach (1970)

For the Barney and the Backyard Gang video, see Barney and the Backyard Gang. For the album by Sonia Dada, see A Day at the Beach (album).A Day at the Beach is a British 1970 film based on the 1962 book Een dagje naar het strand by Dutch author Heere Heeresma. The screenplay was written by Roman Polanski, who was originally intended to be the director, although most of the direction was finally done by first-timer Simon Hesera.

Taxi for Tobruk (1961)

Un taxi pour Tobrouk is a 1960 French film directed by Denys de La Patellière, with music by Georges Garvarentz. The story takes place during World War II in the North African desert at the Battle of El Alamein.

Mexican Gold (2009)

After a brazen escape from his sentence to be hanged, infamous outlaw Jack Barnett cons a crooked judge, local saloon gal and an old partner into partaking in the heist of a lifetime. Havoc breaks loose when a small-town sheriff stands for justice, and although both sides stick to their guns, only one will prevail.

Blackbelt (1992)

A champion kickboxer (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) protects a singer who has a serial killer on her trail.

Backwater (2013)

Cass (Liana Werner-Gray) and Mark (Justin Tully) travel to a secluded area for a long weekend and suspect someone is stalking them.

It's Hard Being Loved by Jerks (2008)

Islamic groups sue French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo after it publishes Danish cartoons mocking the Prophet Muhammad.

Stardust (2010)

Images of celebrities in Las Vegas are edited together to make a thriller narrative.

Anthony Adverse (1936)

A triumph of grand scale and a nominee for the prized “Best Picture” Oscar, Anthony Adverse is Hollywood moviemaking at its most glorious. This Mervyn LeRoy film won four Oscars for its magnificent cinematography, its deft editing, Erich Wolfgang Korngold's original music score and Gale Sondergaard's brilliant performance, which won her the first Best Supporting Actress Oscar ever awarded. The story traces the struggles of its hero (Fredric March) to claim a rightful inheritance in spite of his illegitimate birth. From his swashbuckling travels to his final departure for the New World, he is forced to overcome the scheming of Don Luis (Claude Rains) and Faith (Sondergaard), who aim to destroy him. Adding to his misery is the fact that, while he is away, his beloved Angela (de Havilland), mother to his son, becomes a glamorous opera star—and Napoleon's mistress. Anthony Adverse is magnificent entertainment—passionate, grand in scope and unforgettable.

The Marconi Bros. (2008)

The Marconi Bros. is an independent 2008 American comedy drama film. It was written and directed by cousins Michael Canzoniero and Marco Ricci.

Alptraum im Airport (1998)

A woman trapped in an airport sees a man plant a bomb on the plane her ex-husband and son will soon be aboard.

The Children (1990)

The Children is a 1990 British-German drama film directed by Tony Palmer and starring Ben Kingsley, Kim Novak and Britt Ekland. It is based on a novel by Edith Wharton.

Electro Chaabi (2013)

A new form of music combines traditional chaabi music with electronic beats on the streets of Cairo.

What Tomorrow Brings (2016)

Filmmaker Beth Murphy spends a year following the first all-girls school in a conservative Afghan village.

La historia del baúl rosado (2005)

A detective (Edgardo Romn) must contend with a nosy journalist (Diego Vlez) while trying to solve a murder.

The Ravine of Goodbye (2013)

Sex, crime and punishment unfold in the idyllic Japanese countryside. When a woman informs the police of her husband’s potential involvement in a child murder case, a determined reporter investigates to find the truth.

A Long and Happy Life (2013)

Sasha and his workers reject state payoffs to sell land.

The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a 1936 British drama horror film produced and directed by George King, and written by Frederick Hayward, H.F. Maltby, and George Dibdin-Pitt. The film features actor Tod Slaughter in one of his most famous roles as the barber Sweeney Todd.

Fig Leaves (1926)

Fig Leaves is a 1926 American silent comedy film directed by Howard Hawks, released by Fox Film Corporation, and starring George O'Brien and Olive Borden. The film had a sequence, a fashion show, filmed in Technicolor. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the Museum of Modern Art.

Sévigné (2005)

A writer (Marta Balletb-Coll) asks a stage director (Anna Azcona) to produce her play.

The Secret Village (2013)

The Secret Village is a 2013 American psychological thriller directed by Swamy Kandan, written by Kandan and Jason Whittier, and starring Jonathan Bennett, Ali Faulkner, Richard Riehle, and Stelio Savante. It was filmed in the Berkshires, a hilly region of Massachusetts. Faulkner plays a reporter who investigates rumors of persistent ergot poisoning in an isolated, unfriendly town, only to find a plot that involves cults and modern day accusations of witchcraft. It premiered in October 2013 and was released on DVD in December 2013.

For The Love Of Dolly (2006)

For the Love of Dolly is a 2006 documentary film directed by Tai Uhlmann. It focuses on five colorful Dolly Parton fans and explores their fascination with the singer. The film made its debut at the 2006 Miami Film Festival.

The Canadians (1961)

The Canadians is a 1961 Anglo-Canadian CinemaScope Western film written and directed by Burt Kennedy. It starred Robert Ryan, John Dehner and Torin Thatcher.

Starboard Light (2015)

Family members witness the evaporation of a century of memories when they sell their summer home on Cape Cod.

A Woman Betrayed (2013)

A woman's (Sarah Lancaster) affair with a cleric (Drew Waters) turns disastrous when the man's wife is found murdered.

A Guerra da Beatriz (2013)

Beatriz's War is a 2013 drama film directed by Luigi Acquisto and Bety Reis. It is the first full-length feature film to be produced by East Timor. Its premiere was on 17 September 2013 in Dili. The film was shown in the first month to 30,000 East Timorese at outdoor screenings. It was screened at the 2013 Adelaide Film Festival.

Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945)

Santa Fe Saddlemates is a 1945 American Western film directed by Thomas Carr and written by Bennett Cohen. Starring Sunset Carson, Linda Stirling, Olin Howland, Roy Barcroft, Bud Geary and Kenne Duncan, it was released on June 2, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Heatseeker (1995)

Heatseeker is a science fiction-martial arts film by Albert Pyun. The film stars Keith Cooke as the lead actor and co-stars Norbert Weisser, Thom Mathews and Tim Thomerson.

Russia: The Outpost Vol. 1 (2013)

Surfers journey to Kamchatka on Russia's Pacific rim.

Nerdcore For Life (2008)

Nerdcore for Life is a 2008 documentary film about the world of Nerdcore hip-hop directed Dan Lamoureux and produced by Crapbot Productions.

Omo Child: The River and the Bush (2015)

Omo Child: The River and the Bush is a documentary film by John Rowe. It is about a young man who is on a quest to get tribes to change their beliefs and traditions. Namely their beliefs about curses. One tribe in particular had a custom of killing children that were believed to be cursed.

Calamity Jane: Wild West Legend (2014)

A filmmaker delves into the largely unknown history of Martha Canary, better known as Calamity Jane.

The Lost Key (2014)

After a difficult divorce, Ricardo Adler studies Kabbalah's ancient secrets to attain intimacy in his new marriage.

7 Days in Slow Motion (2009)

A boy finds a video camera and decides to make a film in just seven days.

Terror of the Plains (1934)

Terror of the Plains is a 1934 American western film directed by Harry S. Webb and starring Tom Tyler, Roberta Gale and William Gould.

Our Twisted Hero (1992)

Our Twisted Hero is a 1992 South Korean film directed by Park Jong-won. It was chosen as Best Film at the Chunsa Film Art Awards. It is based on the book Our Twisted Hero.

Everybody Go Home! (1960)

Everybody Go Home (Italian: Tutti a casa) is a 1960 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Luigi Comencini. It features an international cast including the U.S. actors Martin Balsam, Alex Nicol and the Franco-Italian Serge Reggiani. Nino Manfredi was rejected for the starring role because Alberto Sordi wanted it. The film is one of the most famous films of the Commedia all'italiana genre, and is set during the Allied invasion of Italy in 1943. It also belongs to a large genre of Italian films about Italy during the chaos after the invasion and double occupation of September 1943 - others include Rome, Open City, Paisà, General della Rovere, Violent Summer, Long Night in 1943, Escape by Night, Two Women, The Fascist, The Abandoned, The Four Days of Naples, and Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom.

The Conquerors (2013)

The Conquerors (French: Les conquérants) is a 2013 French adventure comedy film directed by Xabi Molia, with stars Mathieu Demy, Denis Podalydès and Christian Crahay, with the director playing a seventh-billed supporting role.The film was exhibited in southwest France on 21 June 2013 at the Contis Film Festival (premiere) and, two months later (24 August) at another film festival, in Gindou. The full release in France was on 25 September, but it continued to be seen at festivals (Belgium's Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur on 1 October and Canada's Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival on 15 September 2014.