James May at the Edge of Space (2009)
James May at the Edge of Space is a British documentary in which television presenter James May came close to fulfilling his lifelong dream to be an astronaut by flying to the stratosphere in a Lockheed U-2 spy plane. It was first aired on BBC Four on 21 June 2009 as part of commemorations of the 40th anniversary of the first Apollo moon landing, and tied in with another May documentary an hour earlier on BBC Two called James May on the Moon.
Sandhesam is a 1991 Indian Malayalam black comedy-political satire film written by Sreenivasan and directed by Sathyan Anthikkad, starring Thilakan, Sreenivasan, Jayaram, Siddique, Kaviyoor Ponnamma and Maathu. The film deals with unreal political activism existing in Kerala and takes major digs on the political parties in the state.
Children of Beslan (2005)
Children of Beslan is a 2005 documentary film about the Beslan school siege directed by Ewa Ewart and Leslie Woodhead for the BBC. In the United States the documentary aired on HBO. Tony Perry of the Los Angeles Times stated that the film recounts survivors' testimonies and does not explore political aspects, nor assigns blame to any party.
Sugar & Spice (2006)
Sugar and Spice is a 2006 Japanese movie directed by Isamu Nakae and starring Yūya Yagira and Erika Sawajiri.
Nattu Vishesham (1991)
Nattu Vishesham is a 1991 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Paul Njarakkel, starring Mukesh and Siddique in the lead roles.
The Ax Fight (1975)
The Ax Fight (1975) is an ethnographic film by anthropologist and filmmaker Tim Asch and anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon about a conflict in a Yanomami village called Mishimishimabowei-teri, in southern Venezuela. It is best known as an iconic and idiosyncratic ethnographic film about the Yanomamo and is frequently shown in classroom settings.
The Speed Track (2007)
Speed Track is a 2007 Malayalam Sports film by Jayasurya starring Dileep, Gajala, Riyaz Khan and Madhu Warrier in the lead roles.
Bus Lane (2007)
Bus Lane is a 2007 Thai action-comedy film directed by Kittikorn Liasirikun.
Sukumar Ray (1987)
Sukumar Ray is a 1987 Bengali short documentary film made by Satyajit Ray on his father, Sukumar Ray. It was released during the birth centenary year of Sukumar Ray, who was born on 30 October 1887. The thirty minutes documentary features the life and some of the works by Sukumar Ray in the form of paintings, photographs and readings. This is the last documentary made by Satyajit Ray as a tribute to his father, before he died in 1992. The documentary used Sukumar Ray's photographs and paintings than video recording as the film was considerably a new medium in India when Sukumar Ray died in 1923.
Chronic Bachelor (2003)
Chronic Bachelor is a 2003 Malayalam romantic comedy drama film about the life of Sathyaprathapan, a bachelor as mentioned in the title. The film was written and directed by Siddique. It features Mammootty, Mukesh, Rambha, Bhavana, Indraja, Innocent and others. Jyothika was signed as the lead actress but later was replaced by Rambha. The movie was produced by Malayalam director Fazil. The film was a commercial success.
Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary (1995)
Oru Abhibhashakante Case Diary is a 1995 Malayalam film about a lawyer who seeks justice for a teenage girl who was raped and murdered.
Mahayanam is a 1989 Malayalam-language Indian feature film directed by Joshy and produced by C T Rajan, starring Mammootty, Seema, Jalaja and Mukesh.
Blue Sky Bones (2013)
Blue Sky Bones, also known as The Blue Bone, is a 2013 Chinese music film directed by Cui Jian. It was released in China on October 17, 2014.
The Siam Renaissance (2004)
The Siam Renaissance, known in Thai as Tawipop or Thawiphop, is a 2004 Thai historical fantasy film directed by Surapong Pinijkhar. It is the second film adaptation of the 1986 novel Thawiphop by Thommayanti. It stars Florence Vanida Faivre in her film acting debut as Maneechan, a contemporary young woman who is transported to Siam of the 19th century and witnesses the country's struggles against the colonial aspirations of Britain and France.
Mexican Joyride (1947)
Mexican Joyride (1947) is a Looney Tunes cartoon starring Daffy Duck. It was directed by Arthur Davis and written by Dave Monahan. It was only one of three non-Bugs Bunny cartoons from 1947 not to be reissued. The others were Catch as Cats Can and A Pest in the House.
Nasty Quacks (1945)
Nasty Quacks is a 1945 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series. It was the final Daffy Duck cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin, who is not credited as he had already left the studio. Blanc voices Daffy and Agnes' Father, while Sara Berner voices Agnes and Robert C. Bruce narrates.
The Stupid Cupid (1944)
The Stupid Cupid is a short Looney Tunes animated cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin and released in 1944.
Jasper Goes Hunting (1944)
Jasper Goes Hunting is an animated short film in the Puppetoons series, directed by George Pal and first released on July 28, 1944. The short was distributed by Paramount Pictures. The short includes a deleted scene with Bugs Bunny as a cameo voiced by Mel Blanc.
'Kukan': The Battle Cry of China (1941)
Kukan (1941) is a documentary film co-produced by Li Ling-Ai and Rey Scott and directed by Rey Scott about the Chinese resistance to Japanese aggression during the early part of World War II. Though Ling-Ai was a co-producer and sponsor of the film, she was credited as a "technical advisor" in its credits.
Messalina is a 1924 Italian historical drama film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Rina De Liguoro, Calisto Bertramo and Gildo Bocci. It portrays the life of Messalina, the third wife of the Roman Emperor Claudius.
Village in the Jungle (1980)
Beddegama Adaraneeya Kathawak is a 1980 Sinhalese language film directed by Lester James Peries that follows the lives of village people in British Colonial Sri Lanka. The film is based on the 1913 book The Village in the Jungle by Leonard Woolf. Sir Arthur C. Clarke also has a minor role in the film as an English Judge.
Porky's Duck Hunt (1937)
Porky's Duck Hunt is a 1937 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Tex Avery. The short subject features Porky Pig and Daffy Duck, the latter making what is considered his first official appearance.
Dinner Time (1928)
Dinner Time (1928) is an American animated short subject produced by Amadee J. Van Beuren, directed by Paul Terry, co-directed by John Foster, and produced at Van Beuren Studios. Josiah Zuro arranged and conducted the "synchronized" music score. The film is part of a series entitled Aesop's Fables and features the Terry creation Farmer Al Falfa who works as a butcher, fending off a group of pesky dogs.
The Non-Stop Fright (1927)
The Non-Stop Fright is an animated short film by Pat Sullivan Studios, and features Felix the Cat. The cartoon was originally silent but was reissued with sound years later.
S.V.D. - Soyuz velikogo dela (1927)
The Club of the Big Deed or The Union of a Great Cause is a 1927 Soviet silent historical drama film directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg about 1825 Decembrist revolt.
Katka-bumazhnyy ranet (1926)
Katka's Reinette Apples is a 1926 Soviet silent drama film directed by Fridrikh Ermler and Eduard Ioganson.
Amy Winehouse: Girl Done Good: A Documentary Review (2008)
Angela Lansbury's Positive Moves (1988)
The Testaments: Of One Fold and One Shepherd (2000)
The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd is a 67-minute film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Testaments depicts the life of Jesus in Jerusalem while also depicting the events described in the Book of Mormon from approximately the same time period. The film's climax occurs after Christ's resurrection, when Jesus appears in the Americas.
The movie was originally shown in the Legacy Theater of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building (JSMB) on a 62x31 foot screen and was shot with 65 mm film. It replaced Legacy: A Mormon Journey as the flagship JSMB feature in March 2000. The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd was later replaced in the theater by Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration, a film commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Joseph Smith.
Benjamin Sniddlegrass and The Cauldron of Penguins (2011)
Benjamin Sniddlegrass and the Cauldron of Penguins is a 2011 Australian feature film inspired by the Kermode and Mayo film review programme. It is a parody of the Harry Potter films yet it also contains many jokes related to the radio programme. The film's name comes from a critical review by Kermode of the film Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
Iskul Bukol: 20 Years After (The Ungasis and Escaleras Adventure) (2008)
Iskul Bukol 20 Years After (Ungasis and Escaleras Adventure) is a Philippine comedy movie starring actors Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon. It is part of the Iskul Bukol franchise, depicting its characters 20 years after the end of the original TV series. It is also the fourth Iskul Bukol film (after 1977's Iskul Bukol the Movie, 1980's Iskul Bukol Freshmen, and 1987's The Best of Iskul Bukol: The Movie).
The movie, which was a joint collaboration of APT Entertainment, MZET Films, and OctoArts Films, was one of the movies exhibited at the 2008 Metro Manila Film Festival.
Benny Hill: The World's Favorite Clown (1991)
Shut Up and Kiss Me! (2004)
Shut Up and Kiss Me is a 2004 romantic comedy film starring Christopher Daniel Barnes, Kristin Richardson, Krista Allen and Brad Rowe. It was written by Steven Chase and Howard Flamm and directed by Gary Brockette.
Les Bicyclettes de Belsize (1968)
Les Bicyclettes de Belsize is a 1968 British musical short film (30 mins) starring Judy Huxtable and Anthony May. It was directed by Douglas Hickox, and played on cinemas as a supporting feature to Roy Boulting's controversial horror film Twisted Nerve. The two films also shared a soundtrack release, with each score occupying one side each of a 1969 Polydor Records album (Polydor 583 728).
It tells the story of a young man (May) cycling around the Hampstead (NW3) area of London on a Raleigh RSW16. After crashing into a billboard he falls in love with a fashion model (Huxtable) depicted on it. Despite the title, the Belsize Park area does not actually feature.
There is almost no spoken dialogue, and the soundtrack to the film is heard virtually throughout. The title song of the film, written by Les Reed and Barry Mason, has been a hit for Mireille Mathieu and Engelbert Humperdinck (a top ten hit in the UK and a top 40 hit in the USA) amongst others, though the version in the film is sung by Johnny Worth (aka songwriter Les Vandyke).
The title is derivative of the French film, Les Parapluies de Cherbourg; apart from a musical theme there is no other obvious link.
Broken Blade: The Time of Awakening (2010)
Vodka, Mr. Palmu (1969)
Vodkaa, komisario Palmu (Vodka, Inspector Palmu) is a 1969 film, the fourth and final part of the Inspector Palmu series. The only part of the series to be filmed in color, the film is also the only one not to be based on a novel by Mika Waltari.
The film sees a now-retired and married Palmu helping the Finnish Broadcasting company discover the truth behind the murder of one of their reporters.
Crossing to Freedom (1989)
Jan Hus (1955)
Jan Hus is a 1954 Czechoslovak film directed by Otakar Vávra. It is the first part of the "Hussite Revolutionary Trilogy", one of the most famous works of the Czechoslovak director, completed with Jan Žižka (1955) and Proti všem (Against All Odds, 1957). The film starred Josef Kemr.
El monje loco (1984)
Not Without My Handbag (1993)
Not Without My Handbag is a 1993 short film created by animator Boris Kossmehl at Aardman Animations.
Taebaek sanmaek (1994)
The Taebaek Mountains (Hangul: 태백산맥; RR: Taebaek Sanmaek) is a 1994 South Korean film directed by Im Kwon-taek.
Fantozzi - Il ritorno (1996)
Fantozzi - Il ritorno ("Fantozzi - The Return") is a 1996 Italian comedy film directed by Neri Parenti. It is the ninth chapter in the Fantozzi film series.
The Last Script: Remembering Luis Buñuel (2008)
The Center of the Web (1914)
The Center of the Web is a 1914 American short silent crime drama film, directed by Jack Harvey for the Thanhouser Company. It stars Claire Kroell, Frank Wood, and Samuel N. Niblack.
Hemvärn och Påssjuka (1997)
Yunost Maksima (1935)
The Youth of Maxim (Russian: Юность Максима) is a 1935 Soviet historical drama film directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg, the first part of trilogy about the life of a young factory worker named Maxim.
Tian sha (1986)
La dottoressa del distretto militare (1976)
La dottoressa del distretto militare (The Lady Medic) is a 1976 commedia sexy all'italiana film directed by Nando Cicero and starring Edwige Fenech.
Legend Of The Roller Blade Seven (1993)
The Legend of the Roller Blade Seven is a 1992 martial arts cult film that was directed by Donald G. Jackson, and was produced by and stars Scott Shaw.
El batallón de las sombras (1957)
The Battalion in the Shadows (Spanish:El batallón de las sombras) is a 1957 Spanish drama film directed by Manuel Mur Oti.
Dead Mountaineer's Hotel (1979)
Dead Mountaineer's Hotel (Estonian: "Hukkunud Alpinisti" hotell, Russian: Отель "У погибшего альпиниста") is a 1979 Soviet (Estonian) film directed by Grigori Kromanov and based on the novel Dead Mountaineer's Hotel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.
Call Me Genie (2005)
El Crack (1981)
El Crack (English: The Crack) is a 1981 Spanish film drama co-written and directed by José Luis Garci, starring Alfredo Landa. José Luis Garci won the Oscar to Best Foreign picture the next year with his next film "Volver a Empezar" ("Begin The Beguine"), the first Oscar won by Spanish cinema. The plot was inspired by the novels written by Dashiell Hammett, to whom the film is dedicated. It is a detective film and basically a Spanish film noir.
Doug Anthony All Stars Ultimate Collection (2009)
Guns of Victory (1973)
Heavy Metal Massacre (1989)
Malenkie lyudi (2003)
Espaldas mojadas (1955)
Hermanoteu na Terra de Godah (2009)
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears is a 1944 Merrie Melodies cartoon short directed by Chuck Jones and written by Tedd Pierce. This short marks the first appearance of Jones' dysfunctional version of The Three Bears, and of course is a parody of the old fairy tale, Goldilocks and The Three Bears.
Mel Blanc provides the voices of Bugs and Papa Bear (for the latter using a raucous voice similar to Yosemite Sam only a little higher-pitched). Mama Bear is voiced by Bea Benaderet, while Kent Rogers voiced dim-witted Junior. Stan Freberg is often credited with voicing the character of Junyer Bear in this short, but Junyer was actually voiced by actor Kent Rogers. The cartoon was released four months before Rogers' death in the crash of a training flight at Pensacola, Florida, while he was in the military during World War II.
Il ragazzo che sorride (1969)
Il ragazzo che sorride (Italian for The boy who smiles) is a 1969 Italian musicarello film directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti and starring Al Bano and Susanna Martinková.
Beim Nervenarzt (1936)
Home Sweet Home Wrecker (1962)
Ni 28 - Strate I (2012)
We Have Our Moments (1937)
We Have Our Moments is a 1937 American comedy mystery film directed by Alfred L. Werker and starring Sally Eilers, James Dunn and Mischa Auer.
Die Christel von der Post (1956)
Die Christel von der Post is a 1956 West German film directed by Karl Anton. The film is also known as Der Vogelhaendler (German title in Belgium).
Redemption of Paradise (2011)
Treasure Island (1920)
Treasure Island is a 1920 silent film adaptation of the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, directed by Maurice Tourneur, and released by Paramount Pictures. Lon Chaney played two different key roles in this production. Charles Ogle, who had played Frankenstein's Monster in the first filmed version of Frankenstein a decade earlier at Edison Studios, portrayed Long John Silver.
This movie is now considered a lost film.
Action Is Not Missing (1987)
Girl Shaped Love Drug (2012)
Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush (2007)
Brooklyn Dodgers: Ghosts of Flatbush is a 2007 documentary film produced by HBO sports chronicling the last ten years of the Brooklyn Dodgers tenure in the borough of churches. The film documents how in 1947 Jackie Robinson broke the baseball racial barrier in previously segregated major league, the struggles to win what seemed an unreachable World Series title in 1955, and the issues and community feelings involved in the team's sudden departure to Los Angeles after the 1957 campaign. The documentary focuses on the Brooklyn community's identification with the ball club, and with the perennial "wait until next year" attitude of both players and fans associated with the Dodgers' repeated inability to defeat the "upper class" New York Yankees for the World Series title, despite winning several pennants. The Brooklyn players, many of whom lived within and held off-season jobs in the community, were identified with the working-class people. The film portrays the countless agonies, defeats, prayers and tension leading finally to the World Series title in 1955. President and general manager Branch Rickey is attributed with the development of the club through his baseball acumen and experience, and several of his innovations, such as the farm system, pitching machines, batting cages, and his decision to integrate the team. Rickey manages some Brooklyn players' resistance to integration and prepares Jackie Robinson for the portrayed shocking reactions from other teams and fans. Jackie's wife Rachel Robinson also discusses these trying times from the Robinsons' point of view. Robinson must pass through a period of isolation prior to being accepted. Walter O'Malley gains majority ownership of the team and then, following Rickey's departure, total control. With the mass movement of paying fans to the suburbs, inadequate parking and the outdated and dilapidated Ebbets Field leads to O'Malley's failed attempts to convince the power broker Robert Moses, New York City Construction Coordinator, to condemn an O'Malley's chosen Brooklyn property, nearer to transportation infrastructure, for the purpose of building a new geodesic domed stadium. Moses planned to build a stadium at an alternative location in Queens, that eventually came to fruition in the form of Shea Stadium. The failure to reach an agreement, and offers from the municipality of Los Angeles, leads to New York's loss not only of the Dodgers. O'Malley convinces majority owner, Horace Stoneham of their perennial rival New York Giants, to also move to the west coast. The film records several of Brooklyn's old fans demonizing O'Malley, whose decision to move the team gains him a free grant of 350 acres within the city of Los Angeles, where he finally builds his dream stadium & prospers. Former players, front office personnel and Brooklyn residents (including Larry King and Louis Gossett Jr.) provide commentary on the times and what it was like to be alive in the borough during New York's "Golden Age" of baseball. The film was dedicated to former Dodgers pitcher Clem Labine, who died shortly after production of the film was completed.
Inventory (Polish: Stan posiadania) is a 1989 Polish drama film directed by Krzysztof Zanussi. It was entered into the 16th Moscow International Film Festival.
Outside These Walls (1939)
Outside These Walls is a 1939 film starring Michael Whalen, Dolores Costello, Virginia Weidler, Selmer Jackson, and Don Beddoe. The film was directed by Ray McCarey.
Beauty à la Mud (1926)
Felix the Cat Dines and Pines (1927)
I'm A Big Shot Now (1936)
I'm a Big Shot Now is a 1936 Merrie Melodies cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng.
Safety Catch (1970)
Safety Catch (French: Cran d'arrêt) is a 1970 French thriller film directed by Yves Boisset and starring Bruno Cremer. The film is based on the novel A Private Venus by Giorgio Scerbanenco.
The Goddess Bunny (1998)
The Goddess Bunny is a 1994 American documentary directed by Nick Bougas, which is about the life of a drag queen named Sandie Crisp, also known as the Goddess Bunny, and born Johnnie Baima.
O Gerente (2011)
A Wake in 'Hell's Kitchen' (1900)
It's a Bird (1930)
Mi santa mirada (2012)
Nursery Scandal (1932)
Lord of the Cockrings (2002)
Bad Burns (1982)
Stop That Noise (1935)
Stop That Noise is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. Commonly thought to be in public domain, its copyright was renewed in 1958.
Picasso in Munich (1997)
Years to Come (1922)
Slap Happy Pappy (1940)
Slap Happy Pappy is a Warner Brothers Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon, starring Porky Pig. It was directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster, and scored by Carl W. Stalling. Slap Happy Pappy was released on April 13, 1940.
Jörgen Raymann: Even Slikken (2000)
Imitation of the Angel (1966)
Exposed to Danger (1982)
Seeds of the Fall (2009)
What Makes Daffy Duck (1948)
What Makes Daffy Duck is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by the short-time director Arthur Davis, and starring Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and a fox, whom Daffy addresses as "Fortescue." The film is notable as the fourth pairing of Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck, their first three pairings being To Duck or Not to Duck, The Stupid Cupid, and A Pest in the House.
The title is a play on Budd Schulberg's 1941 novel What Makes Sammy Run?
The 1950 Merrie Melodies closing is shown at the end.
Golgota Srbije WWI (1932)