L'Atlantide is a 1992 French-Italian adventure film directed by Bob Swaim, starring Tchéky Karyo, Christopher Thompson and Jean Rochefort. It tells the story of a former soldier who searches for a man who has disappeared, and comes into contact with a mysterious and attractive queen from an ancient dynasty. It is based on Pierre Benoit's 1919 novel Atlantida, which had been adapted for film several times before. The film premiered in France on 30 December 1992.
Good Day for the Bad Guys (1995)
Müthis bir tren (1975)
Belarmino is a 1964 docufiction. It charts the life and times of ex-boxer Belarmino Fragoso. It is one of the first films of the Portuguese Cinema Novo, itself part of a wave of New Cinemas sweeping the world in the 1960s, and a break from the previous tradition of Portuguese cinema exemplified by the comédia à portuguesa. Lopes’s film was shown at the festivals of Pesaro and Salso-Poretta in Italy, garnered favourable reviews throughout Europe and won the Prémio da Casa da Imprensa back in Portugal.
Tarzana, the Wild Woman (1969)
Tarzana, the Wild Girl (Italian: Tarzana, sesso selvaggio) is a 1969 Italian adventure film written and directed by Guido Malatesta.
Made in Ash (2012)
Made in Ash (Slovak: Až do mesta Aš) is a 2012 Slovak drama film directed by Iveta Grófová. The film was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but did not make the final shortlist.
Three Voices (2012)
Five Tough Guys (1974)
Once Upon a Rhyme (1950)
Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Last Works (1982)
Scotch Myths (1982)
Cuba Dances (1961)
Child of the Sun (1980)
Charlie the Rainmaker (1971)
The Hit Parade (1937)
The Hit Parade is a 1937 American musical film directed by Gus Meins and written by Bradford Ropes, Samuel Ornitz and Harry Ruskin. The film stars Frances Langford, Phil Regan, Max Terhune, Edward Brophy, Louise Henry and Pert Kelton. The film was released on April 26, 1937, by Republic Pictures.
Episodes in the Life of a Gin Bottle (1925)
Jerry the Troublesome Tyke (1925)
Mini-Skirt Lynchers (1969)
The Lost Laugh (1928)
Poor Girl, Pretty Girl (1957)
Belle ma povere (internationally released as Pretty But Poor) is a 1957 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. It is the sequel of Poveri ma belli and was followed by Poveri milionari.
Skjold & Isabel (2018)
The Ordeal (1922)
The Ordeal is a lost 1922 American silent drama film directed by Paul Powell and written by Beulah Marie Dix and W. Somerset Maugham. The film stars Clarence Burton, Agnes Ayres, Conrad Nagel, Edna Murphy, Anne Schaefer, Gino Corrado, and Adele Farrington. The film was released on May 21, 1922, by Paramount Pictures.
Obey the Law (1926)
Obey The Law is a 1926 silent film adventure-drama made by the Cohn brothers, Jack and Harry Cohn, and Al Raboch. The picture stars Bert Lytell and was released through the Cohns' fledgling company Columbia Pictures. The Library of Congress holds a print of this film.
The White Black Sheep (1926)
The White Black Sheep is a 1926 American silent film produced by Inspiration Pictures and distributed by First National. it was directed by Sidney Olcott with Richard Barthelmess and Patsy Ruth Miller in the leading roles.
The King of the Jungle (1927)
King of the Jungle is a 1927 American adventure film serial directed by Webster Cullison. The film is considered to be lost; only a trailer remains.
Dapper Laughs Live: The Res-Erection (2015)
Soft Rains Will Come (2018)
The Game (2012)
The Alley Cat is a 1929 British-German silent drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Mabel Poulton, Jack Trevor and Clifford McLaglen. The film was made as a co-production between the British company British & Foreign and the German Orplid-Film. Its German title was Nachtgestalten. The film was shot in Britain, partly on location in London. It was based on a novel by Anthony Carlyle.
Freed Hands (1939)
Liberated Hands or Freed Hands (German:Befreite Hände) is a 1939 German drama film directed by Hans Schweikart and starring Brigitte Horney, Olga Tschechowa and Ewald Balser. It was screened at the 8th Venice International Film Festival. Horney plays a sculptor who discovers her true vocation.
The Ne'er Do Well (1916)
The Ne'er-Do-Well is a 1916 American silent adventure crime drama film directed by Colin Campbell, and starring Wheeler Oakman, Kathlyn Williams, Harry Lonsdale, Frank Clark, and Norma Nichols. It is based on the 1911 novel of the same name by Rex Beach. The film was released by V-L-S-E on March 20, 1916.
An another film adaptation was later released in 1923 which Sidney Smith plays the same role as he did in the 1916 version.
Rolling Home (1926)
Rolling Home is a 1926 silent film comedy directed by William A. Seiter and starring Reginald Denny. It was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures.
In the Nick (1960)
In the Nick is a 1960 British comedy film directed by Ken Hughes and starring Anthony Newley, Anne Aubrey, Bernie Winters, James Booth and Harry Andrews. In the film, a gang of incompetent criminals are placed in a special type of new prison. Featured song Must Be was written by Lionel Bart.
Racines lointaines (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.
Maske in Blau (1943)
Mask in Blue (German: Maske in Blau) is a 1943 German musical comedy film directed by Paul Martin and starring Clara Tabody, Wolf Albach-Retty and Hans Moser.
It is an operetta film based on the stage work of the same name composed by Fred Raymond. The film was remade in Agfacolor by Georg Jacoby in 1953.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Heinrich Beisenherz and Alfred Bütow.
One Precious Year (1933)
One Precious Year is a 1933 British drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Anne Grey, Basil Rathbone and Owen Nares. It was made at Elstree Studios by the British producer Herbert Wilcox for release by the British subsidiary of Paramount Pictures.
The film's sets were designed by the art director C. Wilfred Arnold.
Mustard & Nick Jonas: Anywhere (2018)
Não Me Fale Sobre Recomeços (2016)
The Hero Show (2010)
La Era de la Desconexión (2018)
Diario de un Mirrey (2017)
The Night Watchman (2016)
The Amateur Gentleman (1926)
The Amateur Gentleman is a 1926 American silent drama film produced by Inspiration Pictures and distributed through First National Pictures. It was directed by Sidney Olcott as a vehicle for star Richard Barthelmess.
The same story was made into a 1920 British silent film and would be filmed again in 1936 with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
The Amateur Gentleman is preserved in the George Eastman House Motion Picture Collection.
The Gilded Highway (1926)
The Gilded Highway is a lost 1926 American silent drama film directed by J. Stuart Blackton and starring Dorothy Devore, John Harron and Macklyn Arbuckle.
The Back Trail (1924)
The Woman on the Jury (1924)
The Woman on the Jury is a lost 1924 silent film drama produced and released by Associated First National and directed by Harry Hoyt. It is based on a Broadway stage play, The Woman on the Jury, and stars Sylvia Breamer and Bessie Love. The story was refilmed in 1929 as an early talkie under the title The Love Racket starring Dorothy Mackaill.
Classified is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Alfred Santell and produced by and starring Corinne Griffith. It was based on a novel by Edna Ferber and distributed through First National Pictures.
The film was remade as Hard to Get by First National (subsidiary by Warner Brothers) in 1929 as an early talkie for Dorothy Mackaill, a Corinne Griffith rival at First National.
Nacha Regules (1950)
Nacha Regules is a 1950 Argentine film.
Drown Among the Dead (2018)
Bad Times (2008)
Pursued is a 1934 drama film produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. It is based on a story from the Saturday Evening Post, The Painted Lady, by Larry Evans. It was previously filmed by Fox as a silent When a Man Sees Red in 1917.
Der Engel mit der Posaune (1948)
The Angel with the Trumpet (German title Der Engel mit der Posaune) is an Austrian movie made in 1948 and directed by Karl Hartl, based on the novel of the same name by Ernst Lothar.
The movie was remade in England in 1950, under the same title.
Alles hört auf mein Kommando (1935)
Burai heiya (1995)
The Thirteenth Commandment (1920)
The Thirteenth Commandment is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Robert G. Vignola and written by Alice Eyton. The film stars Ethel Clayton, Charles Meredith, Monte Blue, Anna Q. Nilsson, Irving Cummings and Winter Hall. It is based on the 1916 novel The Thirteenth Commandment by Rupert Hughes. The film was released on January 17, 1920, by Paramount Pictures. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
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 stumme Gast (1945)
The Silent Guest (German: Der stumme Gast) is a 1945 German crime film directed by Harald Braun and starring René Deltgen, Gisela Uhlen and Rudolf Fernau. It was one of the final films released during the Nazi era. It received its Austrian premiere in Vienna in 1950.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler, Carl Ludwig Kirmse and Walter Kutz.
The Shadow (2013)
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)
Hubertus Castle (1934)
Hubertus Castle (German: Schloß Hubertus is a 1934 German drama film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Friedrich Ulmer, Hansi Knoteck and Arthur Schröder. It is an adaptation of the 1895 novel of the same title by Ludwig Ganghofer.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Carl Ludwig Kirmse. Location filming took place in Carinthia in Austria and in Bavaria. It was popular enough to be re-released in 1950.
Further adaptations of the novel were made in 1954 and 1973.
Ich mach dich glücklich (1949)
Rise Against the Fall (2019)
I Thought You Were a Nice Man (2018)
Outreau, l'autre vérité (2013)
BMT: Beijing, Mumbai, Tampines (2017)
Zero is a 2009 Polish action film directed by Paweł Borowski.
Agamenon: The Film (2012)
As Aventuras de Agamenon, o Repórter is a 2012 Brazilian comedy film directed by Victor Lopes. It stars Marcelo Adnet, Luana Piovani, Fernanda Montenegro, Hubert, and Cláudio Tovar.
Pinkus's Shoe Palace (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.
Bond: Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2001)
Bottom Live 3: Hooligan's Island (1997)
Guns N' Roses: Use Your Illusion I (1992)
Freek de Jonge - Het damestasje (1987)
Angel Guts: Red Lightning (1994)
Le ragioni dell'aragosta (2007)
Sympathy for the Lobster (Italian: Le ragioni dell'aragosta) is a 2007 Italian mockumentary film written, directed and starred by Sabina Guzzanti. The film premiered out of competition at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.
Baronessen fra benzintanken (1960)
Baronessen fra benzintanken (The Baroness from the Gas Station) is a 1960 Danish comedy film directed by Annelise Reenberg and starring Maria Garland, Ghita Nørby, Dirch Passer and Ove Sprogøe.
Death Bed (2009)
Terminus is a 1961 British Transport Film documentary (filmed in August, 1960) directed by John Schlesinger which presents a "fly-on-the-wall" look at an ordinary day at Waterloo Station in London. Along with most British Transport Films, it was produced by Edgar Anstey. It was nominated for a BAFTA Film Award for Best Documentary and, for a time, the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, before being disqualified after it was discovered that the film was first released prior to the eligibility period. Original music was by Ron Grainer.
In fact, many of the supposedly 'reportage' shots were staged. Schlesinger makes a cameo appearance as a passing, umbrella-carrying business man, and a tearful and apparently lost child, Matthew Perry, was temporarily abandoned deliberately by his mother Margaret, an actress relative of Schlesinger. Some other people appearing were also actors, including handcuffed convicts and a confused elderly woman.
Piano Man (1996)
Rigo es amor (1980)
Zaiton: Ceritaku (2012)
The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter (1993)
The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter is a 1993 Canadian documentary film produced by Arthur Ginsberg. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film is based upon the video diary of Peter Jepson-Young, better known as "Dr. Peter", which documented his life as a person with AIDS.
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.
Lupin the Third: The Last Job (2010)
Red Light District: Gonna Get Out (1974)
Condón Express (2005)
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.
Peter Gabriel Still Growing Up Live & Unwrapped (2005)
Janeane Garofalo: If You Will (2010)
Beyond the Game (2008)
Beyond the Game is a 2008 Dutch documentary film about the world of professional video gaming, particularly of the game Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne featuring world champion players Chinese Xiaofeng "Sky" Li, Dutch Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen and Swede Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson prominently. It is directed by award winning Dutch documentary filmmaker Jos de Putter. Filming took place in China, France, The Netherlands, United States and Sweden. Languages spoken in the documentary include Dutch, English, French, Spanish, Swedish, Standard Chinese and Korean.
Beyond the Game is the motto of the World Cyber Games, which is central to the documentary as the main characters compete to defend or regain the event's championship title at the global finals of the 2007 World Cyber Games in Seattle, Washington.
It has premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in Pathé de Munt, and had the cinema premiere in Pathé Tuschinski, and has now been released in cinemas throughout The Netherlands.
Killing Me Softly (2008)