Deprisa, Deprisa (1981)
Deprisa, Deprisa (English: Hurry, Hurry!) is a 1981 Spanish film directed by Carlos Saura. In the English-speaking world, it has been released under the titles Faster, Faster and Fast, Fast. It tells the story of a gang of juvenile delinquents.
A television weatherman accurately predicts natural disasters in one of three stories that spoof tabloid newspapers.
Science Friction (1959)
A 1959 short film features cut-and-paste animation.
The Human Duplicators (1965)
The Human Duplicators is an American science fiction film released in 1965 by independent company Woolner Brothers Pictures Inc. This film was also Hugh Beaumont's final film role before his retirement from acting.
A 1972 short film features computer and electronic imagery.
The Millennials (2015)
As graduation approaches, a group of college students wrestle with the inescapable fact that they must now become young adults.
Sincerely Charlotte (1985)
Sincerely Charlotte (French: Signé Charlotte) is a 1985 French drama film directed by Caroline Huppert and starring Isabelle Huppert.
The Exhibition (2013)
An artist deals with public outrage when she plans to mount a large exhibition of paintings featuring 26 women found murdered on a serial killer's farm.
Jajantaram Mamantaram (2003)
Jajantaram Mamantaram is a 2003 Indian Hindi comedy fantasy film directed by Soumitra Ranade and produced by Arunima Roy. The film is based on the tale of Bakasura and Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.
Colin, an unemployed security software specialist, is mistakenly hired as a dance teacher at a school. As he tries to stay one step ahead of a hacker, a suspicious principal, and a gorgeous dance teacher, he falls hopelessly in love with Lindy Hop.
El vuelo de la paloma (1989)
El vuelo de la paloma (English: The Flight of the Dove) is a 1989 Spanish film directed by José Luis García Sánchez and written by Rafael Azcona and García Sánchez.
The Cat o' Nine Tails (1971)
When a simple robbery at a research institute leads to a series of brutal murders, a blind puzzle maker (Karl Malden of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE) and a tenacious reporter (James Franciscus of MAROONED) begin their own investigation of the crimes. With nine different clues to follow, they uncover a shocking web of twisted genetics and dark sexual secrets that will finally lead them to a shattering climax of violence and suspense. Originally released in 1971, THE CAT O'NINE TAILS secured the international reputation of director Dario Argento as 'The Italian Hitchcock.' This is the definitive version of Argento's masterful second film, now fully restored from its original camera negative and presented completely uncut and uncensored in stunning widescreen.
In this made-for-TV drama, Angie Dickinson stars in three separate vignettes as a woman whose life is dramatically affected by the emotion that gives the film its name.
The Uninvited Guest (2004)
The Uninvited Guest (Spanish: El Habitante Incierto) is a 2004 Spanish mystery thriller film and the directorial debut of Guillem Morales. It stars Andoni Gracia, Mónica López and Francesc Garrido.
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin I - Blue-Eyed Casval (2015)
Zeon Zum Deikun dies in the middle of an independence movement speech. In the fallout, Degwin Sodo Zabi continues to maneuver to seize control of Side 3 as Deikun's orphaned children face troubling destinies.
The Masked Avengers (1981)
Masked Avengers is a Shaw Brothers film directed by Chang Cheh and produced by Mona Fong. It is one of the later Venom Mob films which no longer starred Sun Chien or Lo Mang, who were replaced by new Venom members Wang Li and Chu Ko. It also gave a starring role to younger member Chin Siu-Ho. This, along with House Of Traps and Five Element Ninjas is one of the more violent and darker martial arts films.
Jardins en automne (2006)
Gardens in Autumn (French: Jardins en automne) is a 2006 French comedy film directed by Otar Iosseliani.
A Love That Hurts (2013)
Newlyweds (Matthew J. Boucher, Ayanna Fullilove) struggle to overcome feelings of pain and loss when a pregnancy ends in miscarriage.
In the 1990s, several girls get together every day to sunbathe on a terrace.
Merry-Go-Round of 1938 (1937)
Merry-Go-Round of 1938 is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Irving Cummings and written by Monte Brice and A. Dorian Otvos. The film stars Bert Lahr, Jimmy Savo, Billy House, Alice Brady, Mischa Auer, Joy Hodges, Louise Fazenda, John 'Dusty' King and Barbara Read. The film was released on November 14, 1937, by Universal Pictures.
Hands Across the Border (1944)
Hands Across the Border is a 1944 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.
La veuve Couderc (1971)
The Widow Couderc (French: La veuve Couderc) is a 1971 French drama film based on the novel of the same name by Georges Simenon.
Breaking the Ice (1938)
Breaking the Ice is a 1938 American film directed by Edward F. Cline starring child star Bobby Breen. A young Mennonite boy runs away from home to earn money for his widowed mother.
Metamorphoses (Japanese: 星のオルフェウス, Hepburn: Hoshi no Orufeusu, "Orpheus of the Stars") is a 1979 Japanese animated anthology film, released by Sanrio in the United States on May 3, 1979. It is a retelling of stories from Metamorphoses by the Roman poet Ovid, set to rock music by Joan Baez and Mick Jagger and narration by Paul Frees. In all of its five parts, the protagonists are portrayed in the form of a recurring boy and girl.
The movie was the between American golden age of Disney-influenced anime and Sanrio's second animated release in the US (following their adaptation of The Mouse and His Child the previous year). Over 170 animators, all employed in Hollywood, worked on it for three years.
Metamorphoses tried to be the rock era's answer to Fantasia, but its original run was critically reviled and closed as soon as it opened. According to many of its crew, many problems with the production, music and plotting were to blame.
On May 3, 1979, it was reissued under a new title, Winds of Change, with seven minutes trimmed from the first cut of 89 minutes. This time, the music was composed by Alec R. Costandinos, the disco songs were sung by Arthur Simms and Pattie Brooks and narration by Peter Ustinov was added.
The five parts—"Actaeon", "Orpheus and Eurydice", "The House of Envy", "Perseus" and "Phaëton", in the original order—were re-arranged and slightly renamed for the new version; the third and last parts remained unmoved. In the Winds cut, the first two were now "Perseus" and "Actaeon", and the fourth "Orpheus".
In addition, the boy was now called Wondermaker, and the girl played different characters in every segment. Greek gods Hermes, Artemis and Hades were given their Roman names (Mercury, Diana and Pluto respectively).
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931)
A man tries passing off a socially awkward fellow as a Casanova in the hopes of marrying off his would be sister-in-law.
Purnima is a 1965 Indian family entertainment romance film produced by Mahipatray Shah and directed by Narendra Suri in Hindi language under the Roopkala Pictures company.
Portrait of the Artist (2015)
A famous filmmaker is working on his next film, dedicated to depictions of monstrosity in paintings. He is guided in his research by an art historian with whom he has strange and passionate discussions .
One Night the Moon (2001)
One Night the Moon is a 2001 Australian musical non-feature film starring husband and wife team Paul Kelly, a singer-songwriter, and Kaarin Fairfax, a film and television actress, and their daughter Memphis Kelly. Directed by Rachel Perkins and written by Perkins with John Romeril, it was filmed on Andyamathanha land in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia for six weeks in early 2000. Kelton Pell portrayed an Aboriginal tracker, Albert Yang with Ruby Hunter playing his wife, who searches for the missing child. Musical score was by Kelly, Kev Carmody and Mairead Hannan, and with other artists they also contributed to the soundtrack. The film won ten awards, including two Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards.
One Night the Moon was inspired by the story of indigenous tracker, Alexander Riley as depicted in Black Tracker (1997), a documentary directed by Riley's grandson, Michael Riley. Alexander Riley had worked for the New South Wales police in Dubbo in the early 1900s, finding wanted criminals, missing persons and hidden caches. Composer/singer Mairead Hannan saw the documentary and formed a project with her sister Deirdre Hannan, Kelly, Carmody, Alice Garner, Romeril and Perkins. Aside from the search for a missing child, the film deals with the racist attitude depicted by the father's refusal to use an indigenous tracker. The film was Paul Kelly's cinematic debut, while his then wife, Fairfax had a lead role in two related TV mini-series Harp in the South and Poor Man's Orange in 1987, and roles in films Belinda (1988) and Young Einstein (1989). Fairfax had her film debut with a minor role in 1982's Starstruck which had Paul Kelly and the Dots supplying a song for the soundtrack.
The Surprise Party (2001)
Oscar plans to celebrate his 30th birthday by asking his girlfriend Penny to marry him. With the ring in hand, he starts dealing with unresolved issues that threaten his romantic plans.
Missing Children: A Mother's Story (1982)
1940s lawyers help a poor mother (Mare Winningham) who has lost her children to a woman's (Polly Holliday) adoption racket.
Love of Siam (2007)
Love of Siam is a 2007 Thai multi-layered romantic-drama film written and directed by Chookiat Sakveerakul. The film tells a story of love, friendship and family. The film was released in Thailand on November 22, 2007. The fact that the gay romance storyline was not apparent from the film's promotional material initially caused controversy, but the film was received with critical acclaim and proved financially successful. It dominated Thailand's 2007 film awards season, winning the Best Picture category in all major events.
Os Canibais (1988)
The Cannibals (Portuguese: Os Canibais) is a 1988 Portuguese drama film directed by Manoel de Oliveira. It was entered into the 1988 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Portuguese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Flying Wild (1941)
Flying Wild is a 1941 film and the fifth installment of the East Side Kids series with location scenes shot at the Alhambra, California airport. The film is the team's first one in the spy film genre.
Two Hats (2012)
Missionaries Brad and Deborah Wells move their family from Idaho to Papua New Guinea and establish a Christian radio station.
Night of the Carrots (1998)
Diego checks into a bizarre hotel where rabbits use voodoo.
Revolution of the Present (2015)
The strange effects of accelerated capitalism.
Life Without Gabriella Ferri (2008)
A love story filled with locked doors, ugly thieves and a wounded stork.
Koko: A Talking Gorilla (1978)
Koko: A Talking Gorilla (French: Koko, le gorille qui parle) is a 1978 documentary directed by Barbet Schroeder that focuses on Dr. Francine 'Penny' Patterson and her work with Koko, the gorilla Patterson claims to have taught to communicate with humans using symbols taken from American Sign Language. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1978 Cannes Film Festival.
Sauna, also known as Filth or Evil Rising, is a 2008 Finnish horror film directed by Antti-Jussi Annila.
Cyber Seeker (1993)
A futuristic protector fights to save the remains of a ravaged Earth from a band of virus-carrying desert raiders.
Soft Fiction (1979)
Filmmaker Chick Strand records women's discussions of their life experiences.
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation! (2008)
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation! is a 2008 Australian documentary film about the Australian New Wave of 1970s and '80s low-budget cinema. The film was written and directed by Mark Hartley, who interviewed over eighty Australian, American and British actors, directors, screenwriters and producers, including Quentin Tarantino, Brian Trenchard-Smith, Jamie Lee Curtis, Dennis Hopper, George Lazenby, George Miller, Barry Humphries, Stacy Keach and John Seale.
Hartley spent several years writing a detailed research document, which served to some degree as a script for the film, about the New Wave era of Australian cinema. It focused on the commonly overlooked "Ozploitation" films—mainly filled with sex, horror and violence—which critics and film historians considered vulgar and offensive, often excluded from Australia's "official film history". Hartley approached Quentin Tarantino, a longtime "Ozploitation" fan who had dedicated his 2003 film Kill Bill to the exploitation genre, and Tarantino agreed to help get the project off the ground. Hartley then spent an additional five years interviewing subjects and editing the combined 250 hours of interviews and original stock footage into a 100-minute film.
Not Quite Hollywood, which premiered at the 2008 Melbourne International Film Festival, did not perform well at the box office upon its Australia-wide release, but garnered universally positive reviews from critics and a nomination for "Best Documentary" at the 2008 Australian Film Institute Awards.
Cherry Pie (2013)
Zoe flees a troubled relationship by heading out on the road through Switzerland. When she eventually reaches the other side of the channel, her adventure truly begins.
Murder in Pacot (2014)
Murder in Pacot (French: Meurtre à Pacot, German: Mord in Haiti) is feature film by Haitian film director Raoul Peck. The film stars Joy Olasunmibo Ogunmakin, Alex Descas, Thibault Vinçon, and Lovely Kermonde Fifi and is a continuation of the theme Peck featured in his last documentary, Assistance Mortelle (Fatal Assistance), on international aid to Haiti following the earthquake of 12 January 2010 which opened at New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center in February 2014. The lead producers of the joint Haitian, French and Norwegian production were Peck and Remi Grellety.
The story, a traditional stranger-comes-to-town plot line examining how the earthquake upended Haiti's strongly divided class system, is loosely inspired by the 1968 mystery Teorema by Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini. In that screenplay, which Pasolini adapted from his own novel, a mysterious stranger, played by Terence Stamp, intrudes an Italian family and seduces every member of the household before leaving as suddenly and mysterious as he came.
The shooting location of Peck's film, a three level villa, lies in the already completely rebuild neighbourhood Pacot in Port-au-Prince. The first ideas for the film came when Peck drove daily through that wealthy area while shooting the documentary Assistance Mortelle seeing that the rich were equally affected by the earthquake.
By mid-May 2014 the film was ready for editing and according to director Peck is expected to finish by September to be announced at the Toronto International Film Festival or the Venice Film Festival and released end of 2014. The film made its world premier at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival where it is a Masters selection and was shown on 5 September 2014 at the Isabel Bader Theatre.
The film was shown in the Panorama category of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival and its European premiere was on 7 February 2015 at the CUBIX cinema at Alexanderplatz. Director Raoul Peck, producer Remi Grellety and the leading actors attended the second screening at the Zoo Palast on 10 February after a photocall and press conference at the Grand Hyatt hotel.
The international sales of the film are handled by Doc&Film.
The Clinging Vine (1926)
The Clinging Vine is a 1926 silent film produced by Cecil B. DeMille and Paul Sloane and directed by Sloane. It was distributed by DeMille's Producers Distributing Corporation. The film is based on a 1922 Broadway play by Zelda Sears. A starring vehicle for Leatrice Joy who left Paramount along with DeMille when he formed his own distributing company PDC.
This film is preserved at the Library of Congress and is available on the DVD.
In 1886, 12-year-old Harry Houdini tries to perfect his natural talent for magic tricks.
Mount Pleasant (2007)
Three couples find themselves unavoidably connected after a 6-year-old girl finds a junkie's needle in her back yard.
A Few Kilos of Dates for a Funeral (2006)
At a remote gas station in the Iranian desert, three lonely men dream of romance and pursue impossible romances.
Blood of the Beasts (1949)
Blood of the Beasts is a 1949 short French documentary film written and directed by Georges Franju. It is Franju's first film and is narrated by Georges Hubert and Nicole Ladmiral.
Ghazab is a 1982 Bollywood film starring Dharmendra and Rekha. The film was a remake of the Tamil film Kalyanaraman. The movie was a 'Hit' and the performance of Dharmendra was critically acclaimed.
Madd Dadd (2004)
People suffer after a drunk driver causes a fatal accident.
Addicted to Acting (2004)
Four acting students spend four years learning their craft at the Ernst Busch Academy.
Vote and Die: Liszt for President (2008)
A billionaire runs on a "kill everyone now" ticket.
Under Cover of Night (1937)
Under Cover of Night is a 1937 American action film directed by George B. Seitz and written by Bertram Millhauser. The film stars Edmund Lowe, Florence Rice, Nat Pendleton, Henry Daniell, Sara Haden and Dean Jagger. The film was released on January 8, 1937, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
De uitverkorene (2006)
The internationally successful software company of deeply pious Johan and Peter van der Laan is about to hit the stock market in New York, when it turns out that the company isn't all it's cracked up to be.
A Memória que me Contam (2013)
Friends who resisted the military dictatorship and their children have a conflict between daily life and the past when one of them slowly dies.
Double Deal (1939)
Double Deal is a 1939 American drama with an all-black cast (a genre at the time called "race films"), written by Arthur Hoerl, produced by George Randol, directed by Arthur Dreifuss and released on the independent states-rights market by Sack Amusement Enterprises and Astor Pictures Corp.
The Iron Master (1933)
When the owner of an iron foundry leaves his estate to a foreman, his greedy heirs are outraged.
2 or 3 Things I Know About Him (2005)
2 or 3 Things I Know About Him (German: 2 oder 3 Dinge, die ich von ihm weiß) is a documentary film in which German director Malte Ludin examines the impact of Nazism in his family. Malte's father, Hanns Ludin, was the Third Reich's ambassador to Slovakia. As such, he signed deportation orders that sent thousands of Jews to Auschwitz. Hanns Ludin was executed for war crimes in 1947.
Mundasupatti is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language period comedy film written and directed by Ram Kumar, starring Vishnu and Nandita in lead roles while Kaali Venkat, Ramdoss, and Anandaraj play supporting roles. Produced by Thirukumaran Entertainments' C V Kumar in association with Fox Star Studios, it features music by Sean Roldan, editing by Leo John Paul and camerawork by P V Sankar. Based on a short film Ram himself shot in 2011 for the TV show, Naalaya Iyakunar, the film is set in the 80s in a fictional village called Mundasupatti, where people believe bad luck will befall them if they are photographed. The story illustrates what happens when two photographers visit the village. Mundasupatti released on 13 June 2014 to positive critical response.
Ruby Red (2013)
Ruby Red (German: Rubinrot) is a 2013 German fantasy film based on the book with the same name by Kerstin Gier. A sequel was produced in 2014 under the title Sapphire Blue (German: Saphirblau), followed in 2016 by Emerald Green (German: Smaragdgrün).
Lying Lips (1939)
Lying Lips is a 1939, melodrama, race film by Oscar Micheaux, starring Edna Mae Harris, and Robert Earl Jones (the father of James Earl Jones).
Lying Lips was the thirty-seventh film of Micheaux.
Assault on Dome 4 (1996)
Assault on Dome 4 is a 1997 American science-fiction film, starring Joseph Culp, Bruce Campbell, Jocelyn Seagrave, and Brion James. The film was directed by Gilbert Po, and written by Hesh Rephun.
Virgin Sacrifice (1959)
A jungle hunter (David DaLie) kills a jaguar and fights a tribal leader (Antonio Gutierrez) to save a girl (Angelica Morales) in Guatemala.
Belgica is a 2016 Belgian drama film directed by Felix Van Groeningen, written by Van Groeningen and Arne Sierens. The two main roles are played by Stef Aerts as Jo and Tom Vermeir as Frank. The soundtrack is composed by Soulwax. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on 21 January 2016, where it opened the World Dramatic Competition. It was theatrically released on 2 March 2016. It is the first film by Van Groeningen since 2012's The Broken Circle Breakdown, which garnered an Academy Award nomination.
In the Arms of a Killer (1992)
In the Arms of a Killer is a 1992 American television film written and directed by Ronald A. Levinson.
The Unsaved (2013)
The Unsaved is a 2013 Romanian drama film directed by Igor Cobileanski. It was selected as the Moldovan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.
The Perfect Wave (2014)
The Perfect Wave is a 2014 South African-New Zealand-Indonesian biographical drama film about the life of Ian McCormack, a surfer who became a minister after his near death experience. The film stars Scott Eastwood as McCormack. It is the directorial debut of Bruce Macdonald.
The Four of the Apocalypse... (1975)
Four of the Apocalypse (Italian: I quattro dell'apocalisse) is a 1975 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Lucio Fulci and starring Fabio Testi, Tomas Milian and Michael J. Pollard.
Forever and a Day: Scorpions (2015)
In FOREVER AND A DAY begleitet die renommierte Filmemacherin Katja von Garnier ("BANDITS", "OSTWIND") die Scorpions auf ihrer Farewell Tour, dem sorgfältig geplanten, langen Abschied von der großen Bühne
The Youth (2014)
Four different portraits of young people in Korea.
Sarah Colonna: I Can't Feel My Legs (2015)
New York Times Best Seller and "Chelsea Lately" regular, Sarah Colonna, has some stories to tell and she doesn't care what you think. From how to get out of jury duty to online dating, Sarah does not disappoint in this new special.
Gallagher: Sledge-O-Matic.com (2000)
Lock up your watermelons, and anything else that splatters! With a name like "Sledge-O-Matic" you know Gallagher is sure to get crazy in this special filmed in 2000!
L'odyssée des monstres marins (Swimming with Legends) (2014)
Shot over 2 years and in 9 different destinations, Swimming with Legends documents the life of a Belgium free-diver Fred Buyle and his lasting fascination for the legends of the deep as described in ancient texts and mariner’s nightmares.
The Starfish Throwers (2013)
A chef, a girl, and a retired school teacher's efforts to feed the poor ignite a movement in the fight against hunger.
Full Moon Scimitar (1979)
Inspired from a famous martial arts tale, a young swordman becomes obsessed with sword supremacy and challenges another kung fu master, where everything begins.
No Place To Hide (1992)
No Place to Hide is a 1993 American detective film written and directed by Richard Danus and starring Kris Kristofferson. The film was notable for an early appearance by Drew Barrymore in the central role of a murdered ballerina (Lydie Denier)'s younger sister.
Time Runner (1993)
Time Runner (also known as In Exile) is a 1993 science fiction film starring Mark Hamill.
Second-Hand Hearts (1981)
A high-spirited wife and her meekish husband hit the road to take back her kids from her previous marriage who live with her ex-inlaws.
The Descendant (2007)
A shocking family secret is unearthed.
How to Seduce Your Teacher (1979)
La liceale seduce i professori (literally The high school girl seduces the teachers, internationally released as How to Seduce Your Teacher) is a 1979 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Mariano Laurenti. It is the third chapter in the "Liceale" film-series and was followed by La liceale, il diavolo e l'acquasanta. Gloria Guida is also performer of two songs of the soundtrack, "Come vuoi... con chi vuoi" and "Stammi vicino".
Table for Love (1967)
Lust for Love (German: Mahlzeiten) is a 1967 West German drama film directed by Edgar Reitz, starring Heidi Stroh and Georg Hauke. It tells the story of the marriage and subsequent crisis of a young female photographer and a medical student. It was the director's first fiction film.
The film premiered in West Germany on 21 March 1967. It was shown in competition at the 28th Venice International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best First Work.
Snowed Under (1936)
Snowed Under is a 1936 American romantic comedy film starring George Brent as a playwright who is working under a tight deadline. Unfortunately, he becomes snowed-in in his remote cabin with two ex-wives and a girlfriend, played by Genevieve Tobin, Glenda Farrell and Patricia Ellis.
Wolfshead: The Legend of Robin Hood (1969)
Wolfshead: The Legend of Robin Hood is an adventure film starring David Warbeck, Ciaran Madden, Kathleen Byron, David Butler and Kenneth Gilbert, and directed by John Hough. The film was the debut movie of actor David Warbeck as Robin Hood. The film was originally a 1969 television series pilot but was released in movie theatres in 1973. The film was also released under the title The Legend of Young Robin Hood.
The Riddle of the Sands (1979)
The year is 1901. Two ships sail off the north coast of Germany. One of the ships, the ‘Dulcibella’, is a weatherbeaten ex-lifeboat owned by a young Englishman, Arthur Davies, on a sailing holiday. The other is an opulent yacht owned by an apparently wealthy German, Dollmann. Davies becomes increasingly suspicious of Dollmann’s behaviour. Could he be a spy? Wanting answers, Arthur contacts a friend in the Foreign Office who joins him aboard, only for them to be threatened by Dollmann and told to leave the area. Instead the two become even more involved and discover a German plot to invade Britain. They must get word urgently to British intelligence, but there are many forces who wish to keep them silent.
Shopping For Fangs (1997)
Shopping for Fangs is a 1997 film directed by Americans Quentin Lee and Justin Lin.
Equality U (2010)
Thirty-four openly gay activists go on a bike tour to raise equality awareness.
Out Late (2011)
Some gay people tell of coming out later in life.
Kinsey Sicks: Almost Infamous (2008)
A Dragapella beauty shop quartet prepares for shows in Vegas.
Mabel's Strange Predicament (1914)
Mabel's Strange Predicament is a 1914 American film starring Mabel Normand and Charles Chaplin, notable for being the first film for which Chaplin donned The Tramp costume.
Flaming Lead (1939)
Frank Gordon hires Ken Clark, a sharpshooter, to help him save his ranch from horse rustlers after his partner is killed.
Cristiano Ronaldo: World At His Feet (2014)
Cristiano Ronaldo: The World at His Feet is a 2014 Spanish documentary film directed by Tara Pirnia. It follows the life and career of Portuguese footballerCristiano Ronaldo, who currently plays for Italian club Juventus and the Portugal national team. It was released via Vimeo in June 2014.The documentary is narrated by the actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
North of the Border (1946)
North of the Border is a 1946 American western film.
Swallows and Amazons (1974)
Swallows and Amazons is a 1974 British film based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Ransome.
The Shaft (2008)
A father, son and daughter fight to keep hope as they face harsh realities.
Aviva, My Love (2006)
Aviva, My Love (Hebrew: אביבה אהובתי) is a 2006 Israeli drama film directed by Shemi Zarhin.
Calendar Girls (2015)
Calendar Girls is a 2015 Indian drama film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar and co-produced by Sangeeta Ahir and Bhandarkar Entertainment. The film's music was composed by Meet Bros Anjjan and Amaal Mallik. The film released on 25 September 2015. According to Bhandarkar, the story of Calendar Girls is 75% reality and 25% fiction.
They're Made Out of Meat (2005)
After years of investigation, an alien meets its partner at a small diner to share a shocking discovery.
The Americano (1916)
The Americano is a 1916 American silent adventure / romantic comedy film directed by John Emerson and stars Douglas Fairbanks in his last production for Triangle Film Corporation. Based on the novel Blaze Derringer, by Eugene P. Lyle, Jr., the scenario was written by John Emerson and Anita Loos who also wrote the film's intertitles. The film was re-released by S.A. Lynch Enterprises on August 21, 1923. Three 16mm prints and one 8mm print of the film still exists. Set in a fictional South American country of Paragonia, it has been described as one of a group of films that supported United States imperialism by providing support to the idea of manifest destiny.
I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)
Ordered to bust convicted forger Torgut Lane (Dean Jagger) out of prison, Nazi agents deliver him to their Los Angeles hideout, where the spies’ leader (John Carradine) forces him to produce counterfeit bills to undermine the Allied war effort.
Failing at his attempts to make an escape, Lane engraves a message on one of the plates in a daring attempt to tip off the Feds and foil the saboteurs’ plans.
Although Mary Brian (The Virginian) played the female lead in I Escaped from the Gestapo, the part was originally intended for Frances Farmer, who was arrested for assaulting a hairdresser during her first day of shooting. The troubled actress was committed to a sanitarium, so her footage in a montage sequence marked Farmer’s last screen appearance for 15 years.