Diario de un Mirrey (2017)
4 maneras de tapar un hoyo (1996)
Born Tomorrow (1997)
De/Vision - Pictures Of The Past (2004)
Moon Mask Rider (1982)
Infanzia, vocazione e prime esperienze di Giacomo Casanova, veneziano (1969)
Infanzia, vocazione e prime esperienze di Giacomo Casanova, veneziano (literally Childhood, Vocation, and First Experience of Giacomo Casanova, Venetian, internationally released as Giacomo Casanova: Childhood and Adolescence and Casanova: His Youthful Years) is a 1969 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Comencini. It tells of the youth named Casanova, who, after an unhappy childhood and early ecclesiastical activity in Venice, became an abbot and abandoned his vocation for the love of a countess. Despite the plot, more than a portrait of Casanova, the film wants to be a vivid fresco of the Venetian society of the time.
Playful Pelican (1948)
La canzone dell'amore (1930)
The Song of Love (Italian: La canzone dell'amore) is a 1930 Italian romance film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Dria Paola, Isa Pola and Elio Steiner. It was the first Italian talking film. Alessandro Blasetti's film Resurrection was actually shot first, but delays meant that it was not released until 1931.
The film was first publicly screened on October 7, 1930 at the Supercinema in Rome.The story was based on a novella by Luigi Pirandello, In Silenzio.
The film was shot at the Cines-Pittaluga studios in Rome in three different versions: Italian, French and German using different casts and directors.
Carnal Awakenings (2013)
Moore Street Masala (2010)
Jofroi is a 1934 French drama film directed by Marcel Pagnol and starring Vincent Scotto. It tells the story of a man who has sold his orchard. When the new owner wants to cut the trees down, the former owner threatens with suicide. The film is based on the short story "Jofroi de la Maussan" by Jean Giono, which appears in the collection of his short stories The Solitude of Compassion.
Honey Money (2015)
The Wrong People (2017)
Die Insel der Amazonen (1960)
Island of the Amazons (German: Die Insel der Amazonen) is a 1960 West German adventure film directed by Otto Meyer and starring Adrian Hoven, Ann Smyrner and Jan Hendriks.In the United States it was released with the alternative title of Seven Daring Girls.
Silahlar konusuyor (1961)
In Burning Darkness (1958)
En la ardiente oscuridad (In the Burning Darkness) is a 1958 Argentine film based on a play of the same name by Antonio Buero Vallejo.
Ich verweigere die Aussage (1939)
Love Premiere (German: Liebespremiere) is a 1943 German sophisticated comedy directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Hans Söhnker, Kirsten Heiberg and Fritz Odemar. The film's sets were designed by Robert Herlth.
The film based on the stage play "Axel an der Himmelstür", that was a great success for Zarah Leander and established her marvelous career in 1936. When Zarah Leander signed a film contract with the Ufa in Babelsberg in 1937, Kirsten Heiberg was invited to replace Leander on stage but refused to. In 1943 originally Zarah Leander was the first choice to recreate her role on the silver screen but she left Germany in the midst of 1943 to return to her native Sweden. Thus Kirsten Heiberg could return to the screen after a film interdiction of two years. Her husband Franz Grothe wrote all new songs for her and the film was a huge success. It is totally non-political and still one of the best German efforts to find an own kind of sophisticated comedy.
Modern English: I Melt with You (1982)
Wild About Safety: Timon and Pumbaa Safety Smart in the Water! (2009)
A Woman in the Night (1928)
Tesha is a 1928 British drama film directed by Victor Saville and Edwin Greenwood and starring María Corda, Jameson Thomas and Paul Cavanagh. A man's wife has an affair with his best friend and becomes pregnant. The film was originally shot as a silent film but in 1929 sound was added.
Zärtliche Haie (1967)
Zärtliche Haie (French: Tendres requins, English: "Tender Sharks") is a 1967 German-French comedy film directed by Michel Deville and starring Anna Karina.
Cannibal Tours (1988)
Cannibal Tours is a 1988 quasi-documentary film by Australian director and cinematographer Dennis O'Rourke. While it borrows heavily from ethnographic modes of representation, the film is a biting commentary on the nature of modernity. The film is also widely celebrated for its depiction of Western touristic desires and exploitation among a 'tribal' people.
The film follows a number of affluent European and American tourists and ecotourists as they travel from village to village along the middle Sepik River in Papua New Guinea. Most of the villages in the film are inhabited by the Iatmul people. The film shows the tourists driving hard bargains for local handcrafts such as woodcarvings and baskets, relentlessly taking photos of local people, handing out cigarettes, balloons, and perfume, viewing staged dance performances, and offering naive comments on native people living in harmony with nature. The film, too, tacks between the tourists and black-and-white photographs from the era of German colonialism of New Guinea (1880s-1914). With some prodding, the tourists unwittingly reveal an unattractive and pervasive ethnocentrism to O'Rourke's cameras. The tourists thus become somewhat dehumanized by the filmmaker's camera even as they themselves dehumanize and exoticize even the most mundane aspects of Sepik River life.
The title of the film can be read in at least a couple of ways. At one point early in the film, a German tourist, clearly titillated, describes the bygone practice of raiding and cannibalism. He is obsessed with cannibalism, asking local men about the former practice, and snapping photos of locations where local people once practiced headhunting; other tourists also attempt to discuss the "symbolic" meaning of cannibalism. But the narrative plot of the film is to portray the tourists as the real cannibals who consume the world through their arrogance, acquisitiveness, primitivist fantasies of indigenous people, and photography (the cameras in the film double for the guns of past colonial administrators). In short, the film presents the tourists as the people driven by truly bizarre beliefs and behaviors. By contrast, the local people are represented as eminently practical and reasonable. Thus the 'natives' display the rationale logic of modernity, while the Western tourists are guilty of the very irrational traits they attribute to the natives. The climax of the film is when a group of tourists, faces painted in 'native fashion' by local men from one village (Tambunum), prance, dance, and assume a boxing stance to the music of Mozart. The message is clearly: we (the tourists) have finally succeeded in our quest for the primitive, and he is us.
Kylie 'Showgirl': The Greatest Hits Tour (2005)
Tesla: Comin' Atcha Live! 2008 (2008)
Frankie Boyle: Live (2008)
What Men Want (1930)
What Men Want is a 1930 American pre-Code drama film directed by Ernst Laemmle and written by John B. Clymer and Dorothy Yost. The film stars Pauline Starke, Ben Lyon, Hallam Cooley, Barbara Kent, Robert Ellis and Carmelita Geraghty. The film was released on July 13, 1930, by Universal Pictures.
Dos billetes (2007)
Späte Aussicht (2007)
Conversations with Mother (2004)
Conversations with Mother (Spanish: Conversaciones con mamá) is a 2004 Argentine comedy-drama film directed and written by Santiago Carlos Oves.
The film stars Eduardo Blanco as a middle-aged man who has just lost his job and who has about to lose his home, his wife and his entire Argentinian-bourgeois world and China Zorrilla as his octogenarian mother.
The film was nominated for three awards and won two awards with actress China Zorilla winning at the 26th Moscow International Film Festival and nominated for a Silver Condor Best Actress Award at the Argentine Film Critics Association Awards in 2005.
The film premiered on 15 April 2004 in Argentina and appeared in over ten countries worldwide.
Ilias Petropoulos: A World Underground (2005)
Green Day Live at Fox Theater (2009)
Manoa, the City of Gold (1999)
Torakku yarô: Bôkyô Ichibanboshi (1976)
Experience Unlimited: Da Butt (1988)
Nicolas Noël, La magie de la poussière d'étoiles (2014)
Sunshine Ahead (2010)
Historias de las Montañas de la Bruma (2008)
Perils of the Coast Guard (1926)
School for Scandal (1930)
The School for Scandal is a 1930 British comedy film directed by Thorold Dickinson and Maurice Elvey and starring Basil Gill, Madeleine Carroll and Ian Fleming. It is the first sound film adaptation of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play The School for Scandal. It is also the only feature-length film shot using the unsuccessful Raycol colour process, and marked the screen debut of Sally Gray.
The British Film Institute has placed it on the BFI 75 Most Wanted list of lost films.
Das Fräulein von Barnhelm (1940)
The Girl from Barnhelm (German:Das Fräulein von Barnhelm) is a 1940 German historical comedy film directed by Hans Schweikart and starring Käthe Gold, Ewald Balser and Fita Benkhoff. It is an adaptation of the 1767 play Minna von Barnhelm by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing.
The Man from Death Valley (1931)
Spell of the Circus (1931)
The Spell of the Circus (1931) is a Universal 10-chapter movie serial. Francis X. Bushman Jr. played the trick horseback rider/ hero Jack Grant. This is considered to be a lost film.
Keep on Burning: The Story of Northern Soul (2012)
Light Up the Blues (2014)
George Burns - His Wit and Wisdom (1989)
Himmel, Amor und Zwirn (1960)
Himmel, Amor und Zwirn is a 1960 West German comedy film directed by Ulrich Erfurth and starring Hartmut Reck, Ann Smyrner, Grit Boettcher, Hannelore Schroth and Elke Sommer.
The Deserter (2006)
Träum' nicht, Annette (1949)
Don't Dream, Annette (German: Träum' nicht, Annette) is a 1949 German comedy film directed by Eberhard Klagemann and Helmut Weiss and starring Jenny Jugo, Max Eckard and Karl Schönböck. It was made by DEFA in the Soviet Zone of Germany which was soon afterwards to become East Germany.
The film's art direction was by Wilhelm Depenau, Otto Erdmann and Kurt Herlth.
Child of the Danube (German:Kind der Donau) is a 1950 Austrian musical film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Marika Rökk, Fred Liewehr and Harry Fuß. It was one of a cycle of popular musicals made by Jacoby and Rökk.
The film was shot using Agfacolor at the Soviet-controlled Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna.
Bollywood Made in Spain (2016)
La rebelión de los colgados (1954)
A mahogany camp in Mexico: A man (Pedro Armendariz) brings his children and sister to work in the camp. He encounters a world of beatings and brutal punishment. His only recourse, finally, is to lead his co-workers into a bloody and violent rebellion.
Behind the Scenes with Interviews of Ninja's Creed (2010)
Chuck Brown: We Got This (2010)
Dracula Bites the Big Apple (1979)
Mommy: A Horror Short Film (2018)
Third from the Right (1950)
Third from the Right (German: Die Dritte von rechts) is a 1950 West German musical crime film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Vera Molnar, Robert Lindner and Peter van Eyck. It was made by the Hamburg-based studio Real Film.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Herbert Kirchhoff.
Urubu is a 1948 American adventure film directed by George P. Breakston and Yorke Coplen and written by Patrick Whyte. The film stars George P. Breakston and Yorke Coplen. The film was released on September 24, 1948, by United Artists.
Der Greifer (1930)
The Copper or The Grasper (German:Der Greifer) is a 1930 British-German crime film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Hans Albers, Charlotte Susa and Margot Landa. It is the German-language version of the British film Night Birds, which was also directed by Eichberg but with an English-speaking cast. Both films were made by British International Pictures at their Elstree Studios at a time when such multiple-language versions were common.
It was a success in Germany, launching Albers as a major star. In 1958 the film was remade with Albers reprising his role.
James Herriot's Yorkshire (2007)
The British Touch: Bond Arrives in London (2006)
What It Takes: A Film About Makeup Artists (2017)
Table Top Ranch (1922)
The Foundling (1916)
The Foundling is a 1916 silent film directed by John B. O'Brien. The film is a remake of the lost film The Foundling and serves as its replacement, as the 1915 Allan Dwan directed version was destroyed in the nitrate fire at Famous Players September 11, 1915.
The Assassin (1993)
La conquête (1973)
Faraway Roots (2002)
The Bermondsey Kid (1933)
The Bermondsey Kid is a 1933 British drama film directed by Ralph Dawson and starring Esmond Knight, Pat Peterson, Ellis Irving and Ernest Sefton. A newsboy enters a boxing championship where he is matched with a sick friend.
Não Me Fale Sobre Recomeços (2016)
The Pursuers (1961)
A Southern Maid (1934)
A Southern Maid is a 1933 British musical film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Bebe Daniels, Clifford Mollison and Hal Gordon. It is based on the operetta A Southern Maid by Harold Fraser-Simson. A young Spanish woman marries a lowly Englishman, rather than the aristocrat her father had intended, much to his displeasure. It was part of the cycle of operetta films popular in Britain in the mid-1930s.
Der Dorfmonarch (1950)
Girls Behind Bars (1949)
Girls Behind Bars (German: Mädchen hinter Gittern) is a 1949 West German drama film directed by Alfred Braun and starring Petra Peters, Richard Häussler and Edelweiß Malchin.
It was made at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Willi Herrmann.
Memorias del ángel caído (1997)
Ich mach dich glücklich (1949)
BMT: Beijing, Mumbai, Tampines (2017)
Sounds from a Town I Love (2001)
Shoe Palace Pinkus (1916)
Shoe Palace Pinkus (German: Schuhpalast Pinkus) is a 1916 German silent comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Lubitsch, Else Kentner and Guido Herzfeld. In English it is sometimes known by the alternative titles Shoe Salon Pinkus and The Shoe Palace. It was part of the Sally series of films featuring Lubitsch as a sharp young Berliner of Jewish heritage. After leaving school, a self-confident young man goes to work in a shoe shop. Soon after, he becomes a shoe tycoon.It premièred on 9 June 1916 at the Union-Theater Nollendorfplatz, and at the U.-T. Kurfürstendamm (Filmbühne Wien), Berlin.
These Hammers Don't Hurt Us (2011)
Death Bed (2009)
Schmirinski's - Die Unvollendete (1995)
Louis Theroux: Louis and the Brothel (2003)
Zaiton: Ceritaku (2012)
How They Get There (1997)
How They Get There is a short film directed by Spike Jonze, which illustrates how lonely shoes wind up in the gutter. It is featured on The Work of Director Spike Jonze DVD and can currently be viewed on YouTube.
John Kay & Steppenwolf (2004)
Inside The Firestorm (2010)
Una gita scolastica (1983)
Una gita scolastica (internationally released as A School Outing) is a 1983 Italian comedy-drama film written and directed by Pupi Avati. It entered the 40° Venice Film Festival. The film won the Nastro d'Argento Awards for Best Director, Best Score, Best Actor, Best New Actress and Best Original Script.
Juan Moreira (1973)
Juan Moreira is a 1973 Argentine dramatic historical film directed by Leonardo Favio and starring Rodolfo Bebán. It is based on the homonymous novel by Eduardo Gutiérrez, which narrates the life of the famous Argentine outlaw, gaucho and folk hero Juan Moreira.
1999 Culligan Holiday Bowl (1999)