Eaten Alive: A Tasteful Revenge (1999)
Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of 'The War of the Worlds' (2006)
Lars Hjortshøj - i virkeligheden (2009)
Cleaning in Progress (2008)
The Cell Phone Revolution (2006)
The Rise And Fall Of Five Iron Frenzy (2010)
Cafe Paradise (1950)
Café Paradis (English Title: Paradise Cafe) is a 1950 Danish film, directed by Bodil Ipsen and Lau Lauritzen Jr., and written by Johannes Allen. The film received the Bodil Award for Film of the Year, and Ib Schønberg, for what is regarded his finest performance, received the Bodil Award for Best Supporting Actor.
The story illuminates the problems of alcoholism as it follows the lives of two people: one is a common workman (played by Poul Reichhardt) who drinks too much beer, and the other is a company director (played by Ib Schønberg), who believes he just needs "a little one every now and then." They both come to face the consequences of their addictions.
To minutter for sent (1952)
To minutter for sent is a 1952 Danish crime film directed by Torben Anton Svendsen and starring Poul Reichhardt.
Rainy Season (1979)
M. le maudit (1982)
El sexo de los dinosaurios (2008)
Bunker Hill Bunny (1950)
Bunker Hill Bunny is a 1949 Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoon short, released in 1950 and starring Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam as a Hessian Mercenary in the American Revolution. It was directed by Friz Freleng (I. Freleng) and written by Tedd Pierce. Hawley Pratt and Paul Julian did the layout and backgrounds, while Arthur Davis, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross and Gerry Chiniquy headed the team of animators. Mel Blanc provided voice characterizations, and Carl Stalling created the musical score.
La novizia (1975)
La novizia (The novice), is a 1975 Italian erotic comedy-drama film directed by Giuliano Biagetti (here credited as Pier Giorgio Ferretti).
Operation Correction (1961)
Il sole sorge ancora (also known as Outcry) is a 1946 Italian neorealist war-drama film directed by Aldo Vergano.
The film entered the competition at the 7th Venice International Film Festival. For his performance Massimo Serato won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actor. The film also won a special Nastro d'Argento for outstanding formal merits.
Ar y Tracs (2009)
Riot or Revolution: Eureka Stockade 1854 (2006)
Un voyage autour de la terre (2003)
Lottovoittaja UKK Turhapuro (1976)
Lottovoittaja UKK Turhapuro is a Finnish 1976 comedy film written by Spede Pasanen and directed by Ere Kokkonen. It is the third film in the Uuno Turhapuro series. The film's title translates to "Lottery winner UKK Turhapuro", UKK being an apparent reference to former President of Finland Urho Kekkonen.
I Was Here (2008)
I Was Here (Estonian: Mina olin siin) is an Estonian feature film, based on a novel Estonian: Mina olin siin. Esimene arest by Sass Henno. The story is about a 17-year-old boy who becomes a drug dealer, the decision that draws him into turbulent events he can't control. The movie was directed by René Vilbre and written by Ilmar Raag. The film premiered on 8 July 2008 at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, in Estonia was released on 12 September 2008 and it became the 5th most successful Estonian film premiere since the early 1990s.
The movie was co-produced by Amrion Productions in Estonia, and Helsinki Filmi OY in Finland
Dried Up (2009)
Night of the Devil's Bride (1975)
Cyrano et D'Artagnan (1964)
Cyrano and d'Artagnan (French: Cyrano et d'Artagnan) is a 1964 French adventure film directed by Abel Gance, starring José Ferrer and Jean-Pierre Cassel. It is set in 1642 and tells the story of how the poet and duelist Cyrano de Bergerac teams up with the musketeer d'Artagnan in order to stop a plot against king Louis XIII. The film draws from Edmond Rostand's play Cyrano de Bergerac and Alexandre Dumas' d'Artagnan Romances. Ferrer repeated his role from the 1950 film Cyrano de Bergerac. Cyrano and d'Artagnan had 651,213 admissions in France.
Through Deaf Eyes (2007)
Fortunato is a 1942 Spanish comedy film directed by Fernando Delgado and starring Antonio Vico, Carmen Carbonell and Florencia Bécquer. It was made in the style of an Italian White Telephone film.
Duck Amuck (1953)
Duck Amuck is an American surreal animated cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons. The short film was released in early 1953 by The Vitaphone Corporation, the short subject division of Warner Bros., as part of the Merrie Melodies series. It stars Daffy Duck, who is tormented by a seemingly sadistic, initially unseen animator, who constantly changes Daffy's locations, clothing, voice, physical appearance and even shape, much to Daffy's anger. Pandemonium reigns throughout the cartoon as Daffy attempts to steer the action back to some kind of normality, only for the animator to either ignore him or, more frequently, to over-literally interpret his increasingly frantic demands. In the end, the tormenting animator is revealed to be Bugs Bunny.
In 1994, it was voted #2 of The 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time by members of the animation field, losing only to What's Opera, Doc?, also made by Chuck Jones and also written by Michael Maltese. It remains one of the most notable Warner Bros. animations, and has been inducted into the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
The short was included on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 DVD box set (with optional audio commentary by noted animation historian Jerry Beck), The Essential Daffy Duck DVD box set, and the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 1 Blu-ray box set. The short inspired the 2007 Nintendo DS game Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck.
Before Flying Back to Earth (2005)
Before Flying Back to Earth (originally released in Lithuania as Prieš parskrendant į žemę in 2005) is the first feature-length documentary film by the Lithuanian film director Arūnas Matelis. In a lyrical, yet unsentimental fashion, it shows the lives of children hospitalized with leukemia in Vilnius Pediatric Hospital - the same place where Matelis' daughter had battled and recovered from this disease some time before the start of production. The film is described as "a poetic, unsentimental Lithuanian documentary about the resilience of (the) human spirit". Its laconic style and its formal simplicity have been likened to haiku by some critics. Before Flying Back to the Earth is the most highly acclaimed recent Lithuanian film and is considered one of the best documentary films of 2005 in the world; it has been shown in numerous festivals. The film is in the Lithuanian language.
The Horseless Prince (2003)
La llamaban la madrina (1973)
Act of God (1980)
Sebastian & Alan (2007)
Jeux des reflets et de la vitesse (1925)
Kejarlah Jodoh Kau Kutangkap (2011)
Broadway by Light (1958)
Le Mataf (1973)
Le mataf (Italian: Tre per una grande rapina) is a 1973 drama film directed by Serge Leroy and starring Michel Constantin.
Korn: The Path Of Totality, Live At The Hollywood Palladium (2012)
Beneath the Mask: Portrait of an American Ninja (2005)
On the Farm: Cocka Doodle Doo the Right Thing (2004)
Sizi Seviyorum (2009)
The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees (2002)
A3D Ayumi Hamasaki Arena Tour 2009 A: Next Level (2010)
River Rites (2011)
Karlsson on the Roof (2002)
Karlsson på taket is a 2002 Swedish animated feature film directed by Vibeke Idsøe.
The Burning Soil (1922)
The Burning Soil (German: Der brennende Acker) is a 1922 German silent film directed by F.W. Murnau. It was made the same year as Murnau's Nosferatu and released in Germany around the same time. The film follows tells the story of a struggle over a plot of petroleum-rich land.
It was shot at the Babelsberg Studio in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Rochus Gliese.
The film was considered lost until 1978, when it was discovered to have been owned by an Italian priest who organized screenings in mental hospitals. A restoration of the film was made with the assistance of French director Eric Rohmer.
Ancient Aliens Debunked (2012)
Concorde's Last Flight (2010)
Castle of Owls (1963)
Castle of Owls (忍者秘帖・梟の城, Ninja Hichō Fukuro no Shiro) is a 1963 ninja film directed by Eiichi Kudō starring Ryūtarō Ōtomo and Minoru Ōki. The film was written on the basis of Ryōtarō Shiba's novel, Fukurō no Shiro. In 1999, it was remade as Owls' Castle by Masahiro Shinoda. The remake is much better known than the original film.
Big In Vietnam (2012)
Paul Virilio: Penser la vitesse (2009)
De kloge og vi gale (1945)
De kloge og vi gale is a 1945 Danish film directed by Lau Lauritzen, Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Eiga Kureyon Shinchan: Otakebe! Kasukabe yasei-oukoku (2009)
Crayon Shin-chan: Roar! Kasukabe Animal Kingdom (クレヨンしんちゃん オタケベ!カスカベ野生王国, Kureyon Shinchan: Otakebe! Kasukabe Yasei Ōkoku) is a 2009 anime film. It is the 17th film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. The film was released to theatres on April 18, 2009 in Japan.
The film was produced by Shin-Ei Animation, the studio behind the anime television.
Hai shi chu shi (1983)
Girl's Junior High School: Bad Habit (1970)
Liliya Belgii (1915)
Little Boy Boo (1954)
Little Boy Boo is a 1954 "Looney Tunes" cartoon animated short directed by Robert McKimson and starring Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy, and Egghead, Jr.
The cartoon was one of several in the Foghorn Leghorn series utilizing the theme of Foghorn attempting to woo the widowed Miss Prissy by babysitting her son (Egghead, Jr.).
Tupac Uncensored and Uncut: The Lost Prison Tapes (2009)
Don't Hug Me I'm Scared (2011)
Operation Rosa Rosa (1974)
Operación rosa rosa (English: Operation Pink Rose) is a 1974 Argentine film, directed by Polish-born director Leo Fleider. The film was written by, and starred, the singer Sandro de América.
Rise Against: Generation Lost - How We Survive (2006)
Bave Circus (2008)
Shroud of Turin Material Evidence (2008)
Felices Pascuas (1954)
Sønnen fra Amerika (1957)
Sønnen fra Amerika is a 1957 Danish family film directed by Jon Iversen and starring Peter Malberg.
Kekec is a 1951 Slovene adventures-youth film directed by Jože Gale, based on novel Kekec nad samotnim breznom by Josip Vandot. Film was produced by Triglav Film and distributed by Viba Film.
It has two sequels, a 1963 film Srečno, Kekec (Good Luck, Kekec) and a 1968 film Kekčeve ukane (Kekec's Tricks). The first international award for a Slovenian feature film: a Golden Lion in the Children's Film category at the Venice Film Festival in 1952.
The Forbidden (1978)
A Sheep in the Deep (1962)
A Sheep in the Deep is a 1962 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble and released by Warner Bros. Pictures featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Mel Blanc provided for the voices of all the characters in this cartoon, however, like all Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf shorts, this short is mostly composed of visual gags.
That is the sixth short featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf, as well as the last cartoon featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf to be directed by Chuck Jones. Their next appearance was in Woolen Under Where, released in 1963 and directed by Phil Monroe and Richard Thompson. That was also the first of the last two cartoons featuring the characters to be written by Chuck Jones (the previous cartoons with these characters were written by Michael Maltese, who had already left for Hanna-Barbera in 1960).
The Legend of Love & Sincerity: Continuation (1975)
Star Wars Tech (2007)
¿Dónde estará mi niño? (1981)
Olimpius Inferno (2009)
Olympus Inferno (Russian: Олимпиус Инферно) is a 2008 film about the Ossetia war and the first feature film on this subject. It is in Russian, with some English and Georgian, although a lector reads over the English and Georgian lines in Russian. The film was released half a year after the conflict. The name of the film belongs to an invented species of butterfly, the "Olympus Inferno," which in the film is sought in South Ossetia by an American entomologist and a Russian journalist. The name "Olympus Inferno" was coined by director Igor Voloshin.
Tropical Manila (2008)
The Remaker (2005)
The Phable of the Phat Woman (1916)
2Bobule (English: 2Grapes) is a 2009 Czech comedy film directed by Vlad Lanné. The film follows Marie (Jana Pidrmanová), Jirka (Lukáš Langmajer) and their wealthy parents (Jiří Krampol and Jana Švandová), as well as murderer Jiří Tichý (Jiří Korn). The film takes place mostly in southern Moravia.
The Man We Want to Hang (2002)
Mónica del Raval (2009)
He Was Called the Holy Ghost (1971)
He Was Called Holy Ghost (Italian: ...e lo chiamarono Spirito Santo) is a 1971 Italian Spaghetti Western-comedy film written and directed by Roberto Mauri and starring Vassili Karis. It was followed by Return of the Holy Ghost (1972), still directed by Mauri and with Karis in the title role.
Baskalarinin Ruyalari (2011)
La otra residencia (1970)
Zenka onna: Koroshi-bushi (1973)
Ed Byrne: Pedantic and Whimsical (2006)
Marillion: Marbles on the Road (2004)
The Trashmaster (2010)
Jack Dee Live Again (2005)
Phantoms of Nabua (2009)
Academy of Doom (2008)
Academy of Doom (also known as Mil Mascaras: Academy of Doom) is a 2008 American lucha libre film starring the legendary Mexican wrestler and film star Mil Máscaras. It shared production personnel with Mil Mascaras vs. the Aztec Mummy and was completed at the same time as that film and screened with it at several film festivals.
Featured luchadores in the film include: Mil Mascaras, La Torcha, Luctor, Dramatico, Logico, The Headmistress, Medea, Dianoche, Argozan, El Medico Angel, The Magister, Luchanaut, Synaptico, and Eigeno.
No Fear: The Manny Pacquiao Story (2004)
La isla del diablo (1994)
The Silent City (2006)
Las alas de la vida (2006)
Pars: Operation Cherry (2007)
Pars: Operation Cherry (Turkish: Pars: Kiraz Operasyonu) is a 2007 Turkish action film written, produced and directed by Osman Sınav. The film, which focuses on the lucrative but seedy underworld of drug trafficking, tells the story of a narcotics cop nicknamed "Pars" whose single aim is to revenge the death of his narcotics cop father who died 15 years ago while working on a case. The film went on general release across Turkey on 20 April 2007 (2007-04-20) and is the ninth-highest grossing Turkish film of 2007.
Theo Maassen: Ruwe Pit (1998)