First Yank Into Tokyo (1945)
First Yank into Tokyo is a 1945 United States war film; it takes place during World War II. It was directed by Gordon Douglas.
Hide In Plain Sight (1980)
Hide in Plain Sight is a 1980 American drama film directed by and starring James Caan with storyline based on an actual case from the files of New York attorney Salvatore R. Martoche who represented the real life Buffalo, New York, victim's suit to recover contact with his children estranged by the culpability of the new husband and government.
The Return Of Chandu (1934)
The Return of Chandu is a 1934 American 12 episode fantasy film serial based on the radio series Chandu the Magician. It was produced by Sol Lesser and directed by Ray Taylor, and starred Béla Lugosi as Frank Chandler (aka Chandu the Magician). The serial was originally released to be booked by theaters in any one of three ways: as a conventional serial of twelve chapters of equal running times; as a 60-minute feature film comprising the first four episodes, to be followed by the remaining 8 episodes in serial format; or as a stand-alone feature (the fourth episode ends not with a cliffhanger, but with an apparent resolution to the story). In 1935, the remaining 8 episodes of the serial were also edited into a feature film, of 65 minutes, released as Chandu on the Magic Island. This serial marked one of the few times that Lugosi played a protagonist rather than an antagonist: in fact, Lugosi had played the main villain, Roxor, in the previous year's film called (Chandu the Magician.)
The Phantom Express (1932)
The Phantom Express is a 1932 American mystery crime-thriller film directed by Emory Johnson.
The Blood Drinkers (1964)
Five years after TERROR IS A MAN became the first
international horror hit from the Philippines, producer Cirio Santiago (THE BIG
BIRD CAGE) and director Gerry de Leon (BRIDES OF BLOOD) delivered Hemisphere's
next landmark shocker: Ronald Remy (MAD DOCTOR OF BLOOD ISLAND) - in a
performance Critic After Dark calls "perhaps the most compelling incarnation
since Christopher Lee" - stars in this orgy of gothic terror and Filipino pulp,
complete with rubber bats, hunchback henchmen, theremin, whippings, rampant
Catholicism and radical color tinting that remains unnerving more than half a
century later. Amalia Fuentes (CURSE OF THE VAMPIRES) co-stars in "one of the
more unusual vampire movies you'll ever see" (DVD Drive-In) - also known as
BLOOD IS THE COLOR OF NIGHT and VAMPIRE PEOPLE - now scanned from the only
complete 35mm print known to exist.
The Long Voyage Home (1940)
The Long Voyage Home is a 1940 American drama film directed by John Ford. It features John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell, Ian Hunter, Barry Fitzgerald, Wilfrid Lawson, John Qualen, Mildred Natwick, and Ward Bond, among others. The film was adapted by Dudley Nichols from the plays The Moon of the Caribbees, In the Zone, Bound East for Cardiff, and The Long Voyage Home by Eugene O'Neill. The original plays by Eugene O'Neill were written around the time of World War I and were among his earliest plays. Ford set the story for the motion picture, however, during the early days of World War II. While not one of Ford's best-known works, The Long Voyage Home continues to be well received. Film critics and scholars have noted Gregg Toland's distinctive cinematography, which serves as a precursor of the film noir aesthetic and would hint at his work for Orson Welles' landmark film Citizen Kane (1941).
El enamorado (1952)
A retired hero returns to his adventures to help a beleaguered friend.
Desert Victory (1943)
Desert Victory is a 1943 film produced by the British Ministry of Information, documenting the Allies' North African campaign against Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and the Afrika Korps. This documentary traces the struggle between General Erwin Rommel and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, from the German's defeat at El Alamein to Tripoli. The film was produced by David MacDonald and directed by Roy Boulting who also directed Tunisian Victory and Burma Victory. Like the famous "Why We Fight" series of films by Frank Capra, Desert Victory relies heavily on captured German newsreel footage. Many of the most famous sequences in the film have been excerpted and appear with frequency in History Channel and A&E productions. The film won a special Academy Award in 1943 and the 1951 film The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel took sections of the film for its battle footage.
The film has been criticised for emphasizing the British role in the victory, while playing down the American contribution to the battle. Mark Harris, author of the "Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War," a book about the role that five prominent Hollywood directors played in the war, has stated in an interview on Turner Classic Movies that when asked about the omission, the British war department retorted that the Americans "didn't have any good footage." A sequel, "Tunisian Victory," was produced as a co-allied production between British and American propaganda agencies, with American film makers Frank Capra and John Huston allegedly restaging actual events, such as liberations, as well as tank and air battles (some of which was actually filmed in Orlando, Florida) to achieve high quality footage that the British couldn't refuse. The British supposedly knew immediately that the footage was fake, but since they themselves restaged much of the footage, this uneasy collaboration continued.
Bhadaas is a 2013 Hindi thriller film directed and produced by Ajay Yadav. The film released on 27 December 2013. The film features Meera, Aryeman Ramsay, Shree Rajput and Anant Mahadevan as main characters.
Big Man on Campus (1989)
Big Man on Campus (also known as The Hunchback of UCLA and The Hunchback Hairball of L.A. in the United Kingdom) is a 1989 comedy film directed by Jeremy Kagan. It was written by and stars Allan Katz. It co-stars Corey Parker.
Billy Joe Shaver: Live at Billy Bob's Texas (2012)
Country songwriting icon and honky tonk hero, Billy Joe Shaver and his Heart of Texas Band offer the best from his catalog of legendary songs in concert from the stage of the world’s largest honky tonk. Shaver’s Live at Billy Bob’s Texas concert film released July 17, 2012 and was his first album in five years. The film includes 20 live renditions of some of his most notable compositions including “Georgia on a Fast Train,” “Old Chunk of Coal,” “Wacko From Waco” (co-written with his longtime friend Willie Nelson) and “Honky Tonk Heroes,” proving that his muse remains as fertile as ever.
Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952)
Bloodhounds of Broadway is a 1952 Technicolor musical film based on a Damon Runyon story. It starred Mitzi Gaynor, who was then still a young starlet, along with Scott Brady, Mitzi Green, Marguerite Chapman, Michael O'Shea, Wally Vernon and George E. Stone. It was directed by Harmon Jones. Bloodhounds of Broadway was remade in 1989 Bloodhounds of Broadway, this time as a PBS American Playhouse special (subsequently given theatrical release) starring Matt Dillon and Madonna.
Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity (2014)
The STREB Extreme Action Company pushes their performances from the ground to the air.
Bound by Sea (2013)
Jack Viorel and his young daughter visit four oceans and teach poor children the value of surfing and transcending the hardships in their lives.
Buried Land (2010)
Ordinary people try to realize their dreams.
California, 90420 (2012)
Pot smokers live in California's semilegalized marijuana culture.
Rise of the Eco-Warriors (2014)
Far til fire og ulveungerne (1958)
Father of Four and the Wolf Cubs (Danish: Far til fire og ulveungerne) is a 1958 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks and Robert Saaskin.
Max Pinlig 3 - på Roskilde (2012)
A Grand Night In: The Story of Aardman (2015)
Lasse Rimmer: Nævenyttig (2012)
Plop en Kwispel (2004)
The Cartel (2014)
Becker: Kungen av Tingsryd (2017)
BECKER - THE KING OF BUSINESS! See Henrik Lilliér, Peter Lorentzon, Helen Sjöholm, Shanti Roney, Torkel Petersson and Nour El Refai in the story of a money-driven small town walker who does everything to protect his kingdom. It's a scream without its like, a thriller comedy that sets the Småland countryside in the center.
Staying Alive (2015)
Nasha Russia. Yaytsa sudby (2010)
Our Russia. Balls of Fate (Russian: Наша Russia. Яйца судьбы, translit. Nasha Russia. Yaitsa sudby) is a 2011 Russian comedy film directed by Gleb Orlov. It is the continuation of the sketch-comedy series Our Russia. The film was the highest-grossing film of 2010 in Russia - $22.2 million.
Courier, also known as Messenger Boy is a 1987 Soviet comedy-drama film directed by Karen Shakhnazarov. It was entered into the 15th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize.
Johan Falk: Kodnamn: Lisa (2012)
The Pharmacist (1997)
The Pharmacist (German: Die Apothekerin) is a 1997 German comedy film based on the eponymous novel by Ingrid Noll.
Pornorama is a 2007 German comedy film directed by Marc Rothemund. The film ironically describes the porn industry in Munich between the 60s and the 80s.
Amanhã Nunca Mais (2011)
Vida Sobre Rodas (2010)
Flodder 3 (1995)
Flodder 3 is a 1995 Dutch comedy film directed by Dick Maas.
It is the third and last movie about the anti-social family, called 'Flodder'. The movie is not a continuation of the previous two movies, but of the TV series. Different from the first two movies, son Kees is now played by actor Stefan de Walle and Johnnie Flodder is now played by Coen van Vrijberghe de Coningh, the same actor as in the TV series.
Didi, the Treasure Raider (2006)
Doce Amianto (2013)
São Silvestre (2013)
São Silvestre is a 2013 Brazilian documentary film directed by Lina Chamie. This is not the first time the Director Lina Chamie addresses the São Silvestre road race. In 2011 she directed an 18-minute short film also titled São Silvestre.
Eu Não Faço a Menor Ideia do que eu Tô Fazendo Com a Minha Vida (2013)
Eu Não Faço a Menor Ideia do que eu Tô Fazendo Com a Minha Vida is a 2012 Brazilian comedy-drama film directed by Matheus Souza. The film opened the competitive exhibition at the 40th Gramado Film Festival.
Operation Carwash: A Worldwide Corruption Scandal Made in Brazil (2017)
Polícia Federal: A Lei É para Todos is a Brazilian thriller movie of 2017. It was directed by Marcelo Antunez, produced by Tomislav Blazic and scripted by Thomas Stavros and Gustavo Lipsztein. It was inspired by the book of the same name by Carlos Graieb and Ana Maria Santos. Starring Antônio Calloni, portrays Operation Lava Jato from the point of view of the police investigators who acted in it. According to producer Tomislav Blazic, the plot will be divided into three films, which should be released each year, and the film is not a documentary and therefore, despite being based on the Lava Jato, has no obligation to be faithful to the reality.
Rogério Duarte, o Tropikaoslista (2016)
Vanity is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by Donald Crisp and starring Leatrice Joy. The film was written by Douglas Doty, produced by DeMille Pictures Corporation and distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation.
The film is held by The Library of Congress.
Peut-être qu'on n'a pas le même humour (2013)
At the dawn of the thirteenth century in Italy, the simple and fraternal life of Francis of Assisi among the most deprived fascinated and disturbed the powerful Church. Surrounded by his brothers, carried by an intense faith,
He struggles to gain recognition for his vision of a world of peace and equality.
The Littlest Angel (1997)
When a mischievous little boy enters heaven, he finds an exciting world of magic and wonder, but a place where the angels have forgotten how to play. Swinging form the golden gates and interrupting the heavenly choir make him something of a nuisance, until the day comes when the chief archangel makes a startling announcement- God is to have a son. Heaven is turned upside down with the news as every angel rushes to find the perfect gift. The Littlest Angel, with his tilted halo and untested wings, has no idea what to do, until he realizes that the most valuable gift always comes from the heart.
Super Monsters Save Halloween (2018)
The Super Monsters use their powers to get their neighbors in the Halloween spirit, then help a nervous friend see there's nothing to be afraid of.
Neal Brennan: 3 Mics (2017)
Wicked one-liners and soul-baring confessions converge in this uniquely intimate stand-up special from 'Chappelle's Show' co-creator Neal Brennan.
Hari Kondabolu: Warn Your Relatives (2018)
Hari Kondabolu breaks down identity politics, celebrity encounters, his mango obsession and more in an unpredictable stand-up comedy special.
Russell Brand: Re:Birth (2018)
Russell Brand gets loquacious in London as he ruminates on the state of the world and marvels over how his life changed the moment he became a father.
Fary is the New Black (2018)
Ralphie May: Imperfectly Yours (2013)
The Trailer Park Boys Christmas Special (2004)
Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids (2016)
On the final nights of a world tour, director Jonathan Demme captures what makes the show soar: gifted musicians, deft dancers and a magnetic star.
Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado (2016)
In a special packed with stealthy humor, Hannibal Buress tackles zipper etiquette, the legacy of steroids and the fallout from his Bill Cosby routine.
Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy (2015)
The actress, comedian and YouTube sensation riffs on everything from nail salons and Gypsies to Mexican moms and super-sleuthing Liam Neeson.
Taking Tiger Mountain Revisited (2019)
Alice is a Portuguese film directed by Marco Martins, released in 2005. Alice stars Nuno Lopes as Mário, the father, and Beatriz Batarda as Luísa, his wife, as well as Miguel Guilherme, Ana Bustorff, Gonçalo Waddington, Carla Maciel, Laura Soveral and José Wallenstein. Alice was produced by Paulo Branco. Music is by Bernardo Sassetti.
Shot in a dark, depressive undertone, Alice unveils a Lisbon whose mists, colours, alleys and moods are strangers, despite the familiarity of the locations. All seems odd, silently cruel, as cruel is the disappearance of a child from the path she'd traveled every day in (apparent) safety. The anguish is masterfully conveyed, and so is the loneliness of both parents.
Kshudhita Pashan (1960)
Kshudhita Pashan is a Bengali drama film directed by Tapan Sinha and produced by Hemen Ganguly based on a short story of Rabindranath Tagore in the same name. This film was released in 1960 and received National Film Award for Second Best Feature Film. Music direction was done by Ustad Ali Akbar Khan.
Far til fire på Bornholm (1959)
Father of Four on Bornholm (Danish: Far til fire på Bornholm) is a 1959 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks and Robert Saaskin.
Father of Four in a Sunny Mood (1971)
Under overfladen (1999)
Far til fire på landet (1955)
Father of Four in the Country (Danish: Far til fire på landet) is a 1955 Danish family film directed by Alice O'Fredericks. It was produced under the ASA Film studio banner.
H.H. Dalai Lama: Interdependence, Interconnectedness and the Nature of Reality (2011)
I Know Why You're Single: Vol. 1 (2012)
Jazz Icons: Count Basie: Live in '62 (2006)
James Brown: Live at Chastain Park (1985)
Bunshinsaba 2 (2013)
Bunshinsaba 2 is a 2013 Chinese horror film directed by Ahn Byeong-ki.
Martijn en de magiër (1979)
Menuet is a 1982 Belgian-Dutch drama film directed by Lili Rademakers. The film was selected as the Belgian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 55th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Nom de code: Rose (2012)
Human Touch (2005)
Human Touch is a 2004 film directed by Paul Cox and starring Jacqueline McKenzie, Chris Haywood and Aaron Blabey. The plot follows the story of Anna who is a singer trying to raise money for her choir's trip to China. She does this by posing nude for an ageing artist and upon seeing the finished results goes on a journey of self-discovery.
Who's the Boss? (2013)
Who's the Boss? (Spanish: ¿Quién Manda?) is a 2013 Dominican Republic comedy film directed by Ronni Castillo. The film was selected as the Dominican Republic entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Redeemer (Portuguese: Redentor) is a 2004 Brazilian drama film, the debut film of director Cláudio Torres.
El investigador Capulina (1975)
The Adventures of Mimi (2007)
Cars of the Revolution (2008)
Cars of the Revolution (Turkish: Devrim Arabaları) is a 2008 Turkish drama film.
Ariadne auf Naxos (2006)
The Visit (1963)
La visita is a 1963 Italian comedy film directed by Antonio Pietrangeli. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.
El Chapo & Sean Penn: Bungle in the Jungle (2016)
Shock To The System (2006)
Shock to the System is a 2006 gay-themed mystery film. It is the second film adaptation of a Richard Stevenson novel featuring fictional detective Donald Strachey. The film premiered at the 2006 Outfest film festival before going into rotation on the here! television network.
Gold Blooded (2018)
Playboy: Girls of Spring Break (1997)
Planes with Brains 2 (2018)
Closing Gambit: 1978 Korchnoi versus Karpov and the Kremlin (2018)
Tolgo Il Disturbo (1990)
Tolgo il disturbo, internationally released as I'll Be Going Now, is a 1990 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Dino Risi.
Ich Du Inklusion (2017)
Since the summer of 2014, children with a need for support have a claim to common instruction in the regular schools. Many schools were closed. The 90-minute documentary film accompanies two and a half years of five elementary schoolchildren with and without support needs. They are part of the first official inclusion year at the Geschwister-Devries-Schule in Uedem (NRW). The documentary shows an open and direct school day and how it is when the inclusive claim meets reality.
Heartbreak High (1981)
Heartbreak High is a 1981 American and Canadian comedy film directed by Mark Warren.This film has been music composed by Richard Cooper.The film stars John Vernon, Norman Fell, Robert Forster, Thom Haverstock, Terry Swiednicki and Keith Brown in the lead roles.
Radio Wars (2012)
Musallat 2: Lanet (2011)
Jadup und Boel (1988)
Jadup and Boel (German: Jadup und Boel) is a 1980 East German drama film directed by Rainer Simon. It was entered into the 16th Moscow International Film Festival in 1989.
Nach Fünf im Urwald (1996)
After Five in the Forest Primeval (German: Nach Fünf im Urwald), sometimes also known as It's a Jungle Out There, is a 1995 German romantic comedy film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid and starring Franka Potente in her first film role. The film tells the story of a 17-year-old girl Anna who, in search of freedom in an urban environment, runs away from home with a boy who has a crush on her. Her parents launch into a search for Anna and, during the process, reminisce about their own search for freedom in their youth. The film was intended to be a television film and had a screening in October 1995 at the Hof International Film Festival where Hans-Christian Schmid was awarded the Best New Director Promotional Award (also known as Eastman Support Prize for Up-and-Coming Talent). During the festival, the German distributing company Senator Film picked up the film for theatrical distribution and the film opened in German theaters on April 25, 1996. At the 1996 Bavarian Film Awards, Franka Potente won the award for Best Young Actress. The film was also nominated for accolades at the 1997 Bavarian Film Awards where it won the award for Best Production.
Brüderchen und Schwesterchen (1953)
Jacob Sartorius: Life on the Road (2017)
John Lennon: Imagine (1971)
Deep Purple: New, Live and Rare - The Video Collection (2001)
Suburban Knights (2011)