Nurse on Wheels (1963)
Nurse on Wheels is a 1963 British comedy film directed by Gerald Thomas, and starring Juliet Mills, Ronald Lewis, and Joan Sims.
Nurse on Wheels shares its cast and production team with the Carry On films, but the film is not an official member of the Carry On series.
The Executioner of Venice (1963)
The Executioner of Venice (Italian: Il boia di Venezia), also known as Blood of the Executioner, is a 1963 Italian swashbuckler film co-written and directed by Luigi Capuano and starring Lex Barker and Guy Madison.
A Place in Heaven (2013)
A Place in Heaven is a 2013 Israeli drama film written and directed by Yossi Madmoni. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
An out-of-work trashman and his cousin who are being evicted from their Hollywood apartment decide to throw a wild party.
The Animals (2013)
The Animals is a 2012 Filipino coming-of-age film directed by Gino M. Santos. It is about the daily struggles of three teens living in upper middle class Manila. The film is one of the official entries at the 8th Cinemalaya Film Festival in 2012 and won Best Editing. The film continued to receive wide recognition, such as being nominated for Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and Best Musical Score at the 36th Gawad Urian Award, as well as international premieres in the Stockholm International Film Festival and the New York Asian Film Festival.
Driving Miss Wealthy (2004)
Driving Miss Wealthy is a 2004 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by James Yuen and reunites La Brassiere's Lau Ching-wan and Gigi Leung. In the film, Lau poses a chauffeur hired to look after the spoiled rich woman played by Leung.
The Man from Bitter Ridge (1955)
The Man from Bitter Ridge is a 1955 film directed by Jack Arnold.
Breakout is a 1970 American TV film which broadcast on NBC.
The Gangster (2012)
The Gangster is a 2012 Sahamongkol's Thai drama action film directed and written by Kongkiat Khomsiri.
Knight Of The Dead (2013)
Assassins pursue crusading knights escorting the Holy Grail through plague-ridden countryside. When the knights enter a forbidden valley to escape their pursuers, a horde of flesh-eating zombies attacks them.
Private Property (2005)
A woman living alone on an island must fight for her life.
Xixiang ji (1927)
Romance of the Western Chamber, also known as Way Down West, is a 1927 silent Chinese film drama directed by Hou Yao.
Kentucky Jubilee (1951)
Kentucky Jubilee is a 1951 American musical-comedy film directed by Ron Ormond for Lippert Pictures.
15 to Life: Kenneth's Story (2014)
After 10 years of incarceration, a young man in his mid-20s fights for his release while serving four consecutive life sentences.
A Christmas Tail (1999)
A pet-loving boy is accidentally transformed into a dog after he makes a wish on the fabled Christmas star.
Vier um die Frau (1921)
Four Around a Woman (German: Vier um die Frau) is a 1921 German silent drama film directed by Fritz Lang and starring Hermann Böttcher, Carola Toelle and Lilli Lohrer. It is also known by the alternative title of Kämpfende Herzen.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Jacoby. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios. The film premiered at the Marmorhaus in Berlin in February 1921.
WICKER KITTENS (2014)
Top teams in competitive puzzling prepare for the largest contest in the country.
Vessel is a 2014 multi-national documentary film written and directed by Diana Whitten as her debut film, focusing on the work of Women on Waves, a Dutch pro-choice organization founded by the Dutch physician Rebecca Gomperts in 1999. The film's world premiere took place at SXSW in Texas on March 9, 2014. The film will be distributed by Filmbuff in early 2015.
Keet & Koen en de speurtocht naar Bassie & Adriaan (2015)
Amusement park entertainers search for the missing Bassie and Adriaan.
Filmmaker Boris Gerrets spends a night with the Freetown Streetboys, a group of street kids with disabilities.
Breakfast (Table Top Dolly) (1976)
A camera slowly tracks across a fully set table until it reaches the far wall, the plates, utensils, food and drink all pushed along with it, creating a messily abstract sculpture.
Origin: A Call to Minds (2015)
Desmerelle battles the powerful Shard Sensitive Lorem to free her twin sister.
A young woman leaves her abusive past and searches for a musical future in Nashville, but she may be too fragile to pay the cost.
Lord Montagu (2013)
Lord Edward Montagu perseveres after his arrest for homosexual offenses and turns his estate into a national tourist destination.
The Sublet (2015)
Joanna, a new mother, questions her sanity and starts to think her apartment building may be haunted.
New York Town (1941)
New York Town is a 1941 American romantic comedy film directed by Charles Vidor and starring Fred MacMurray, Mary Martin, Akim Tamiroff, and Robert Preston. The film was written by Lewis Meltzer and an uncredited Preston Sturges based on a story by Jo Swerling.
The film is notable for a long opening "single take" shot which establishes the personalities of several New York City apartment residents.
Orange Revolution (2007)
Orange Revolution is a 2007 feature-length documentary produced by York Zimmerman Inc. and directed by Steve York capturing the massive street protests that followed the rigged 2004 presidential elections in the Ukraine (a.k.a. the Orange Revolution).
Baby of the Bride (1991)
Baby of the Bride is a 1991 American made-for-television drama film directed by Bill Bixby. It premiered on CBS on December 22, 1991 and was released on DVD in 2003. It was preceded by Children of the Bride (1990) and followed by Mother of the Bride (1993).
The Joyless Street (1925)
Joyless Street (German: Die freudlose Gasse, 1925, exhibited in the U.S. as The Street of Sorrow, in Britain as The Joyless Street), a film based on the novel by Hugo Bettauer and directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst in Germany, is one of the first films of the "New Objectivity“ movement. Greta Garbo stars in her second major role. The film is often described as a morality story in which the 'fallen woman' suffers for her sins, while the more virtuous is rewarded.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Erdmann and Hans Sohnle.
American hip-hop artists travel to the United Kingdom to host workshops.
Farewell Herr Schwarz (2014)
Farewell Herr Schwarz is a 2014 German–Israeli documentary film by Yael Reuveny, her first. In it she attempts to answer for herself and her family why her great-uncle, a Holocaust survivor, chose to resettle in East Germany afterwards and start a family there, a life her family in Israel only learned about after his death in the late 1980s. In the process of talking to his family, her family, and visiting the home in Vilnius where her great-uncle and grandmother lived with their family before the war, Reuveny considers issues of forgiveness, reconciliation and the effect of the Holocaust on the third generation of survivors, from her own perspective as an Israeli expatriate in Germany.
Too Much Harmony (1933)
Too Much Harmony (1933) is a black and white American Pre-Code musical film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and released by Paramount Pictures.
Gang Busters (1955)
A detective (Don Harvey) and his partner hunt an escaped convict from Oregon State Prison, public enemy No. 4 (Myron Healey).
Filmmaker Helen Doyle investigates the meaning of images.
Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus (1974)
"Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" is a phrase from an editorial called "Is There a Santa Claus?". The editorial appeared in the September 21, 1897, edition of The Sun and has since become part of popular Christmas folklore in the United States. It is the most reprinted newspaper editorial in the English language.
The Wild and the Brave (1974)
The Wild and the Brave is a 1974 American documentary film directed by Eugene S. Jones. The film portrays the relationship between Iain Ross, the outgoing British Chief Warden of Kidepo Valley National Park and his Ugandan replacement Paul Ssali. It portrays the racial and cultural tensions and amity of the postcolonial handover from 1970 to 1972. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film also carried the alternative title, Two Men of Karamoja.
Concorde Affaire '79 (1979)
Concorde Affaire '79 (1979) (Italian: Affare Concorde), also known as The Concorde Affair, is an Italian action thriller directed by Ruggero Deodato and written by Ernesto Gastaldi and Renzo Genta. Released in the same year as The Concorde ... Airport '79 and featuring actor Joseph Cotten, who appeared in Airport '77, the film was an attempt by producers to take advantage of the success of the "Airport" film franchise of the 1970s.
Breakthrough Weekend (2014)
Two New York detectives (Damien Bosco, Sean Bempong) engage in soul-searching and deep conversation while working on a round of weekend cases.
The Six Directions of Boxing (1981)
The captain of a police task force investigates a warlord for weapons trafficking.
Two families battle each other over previous wrongs.
Caught in the Rain (1914)
Caught in the Rain is a 1914 American comedy silent film starring Charlie Chaplin. This film was the first of many movies in which Chaplin both directed and played the lead. The short film was produced by Mack Sennett for Keystone Studios with a running time of 16 minutes.
Assault and Matrimony (1987)
A nagged man (Michael Tucker) and his fed-up wife (Jill Eikenberry) spend their time plotting ways to kill each other.
Documentary on the shopkeepers of the rue Daguerre in Paris.
The lives of six people become intertwined as three stories become one.
Les jeux sont faits (1947)
Les jeux sont faits known in English as The Chips are Down is a 1947 French fantasy film directed by Jean Delannoy, based on the screenplay of the same name by French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.
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.
We are Family (2006)
A corporate hotshot (Hacken Lee) tries to gain acceptance from the family of the woman (Jing Hu) he wishes to marry.
A 1972 short film features computer and electronic imagery.
The Return of Ringo (1965)
The Return of Ringo (Italian: Il ritorno di Ringo) is a 1965 Italian spaghetti western film directed by Duccio Tessari and the sequel to the earlier film A Pistol for Ringo.
Like its predecessor, the film stars Giuliano Gemma and features a score composed by Ennio Morricone.
Too Hip for the Room (2015)
An aging, washed-up comedian searching for gigs is confronted by his autistic son's financial needs.
Valley of the Dragons (1961)
Valley of the Dragons (UK title: Prehistoric Valley) is a black and white 1961 American science fiction film loosely based on Jules Verne's Off on a Comet and heavily dependent on stock footage from the movies One Million B.C., King Dinosaur, Cat-Women of the Moon and Rodan.
Boothill Brigade (1937)
Boothill Brigade is a 1937 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by George H. Plympton. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Claire Rochelle, Dick Curtis, Horace Murphy, Frank LaRue and Ed Cassidy. The film was released on August 2, 1937, by Republic Pictures.
The Flag of Humanity (1940)
Clara Barton (Nana Bryant) works to further the cause of the Red Cross.
Lover Boy (1975)
Grazie... nonna, also released with the international title Lover Boy, is a 1975 Italian coming-of-age film directed by Marino Girolami. This commedia sexy all'italiana followed by director's La moglie vergine released the same year featured Edwige Fenech with former RAI child actor and future Nuclei Armati Rivoluzionari leader Valerio Fioravanti.
Paris 36 (2008)
Paris 36 (French: Faubourg 36) is a 2008 French romantic drama film directed by Christophe Barratier. This film is set in 1930s Paris.
The song "Loin de Paname" (lyrics by Frank Thomas, music by Reinhardt Wagner), sung by Nora Arnezeder, was nominated for the 82nd Academy Awards for Best Original Song. The film is a co-production of France, Germany, and the Czech Republic.
Curtain Up (1952)
Curtain Up is a 1952 British film directed by Ralph Smart, written by Jack Davies and Michael Pertwee. It is based on the play On Monday Next by Philip King.
Addicted to Acting (2004)
Four acting students spend four years learning their craft at the Ernst Busch Academy.
Uno sceriffo extraterrestre... poco extra e molto terrestre (1979)
The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid (Italian: Uno sceriffo extraterrestre... poco extra e molto terrestre) is a 1979 Italian children's comedy film starring Bud Spencer and child actor Cary Guffey that was released in cinemas in 1979. It was followed by a sequel in 1980, Everything Happens to Me.
Madigan's Millions (1968)
Madigan's Millions (It: Un dollaro per 7 vigliacchi, Sp: El Millón de Madigan) is a 1968 Italian-Spanish comedy crime film directed by Stanley Prager and produced by Sidney W. Pink.
The movie was shot in 1966 but was not released for two years. It stars Dustin Hoffman, in his first movie role, as Jason Fister, a young U.S. Treasury Dept. official sent to Rome to recover a large sum of money owed to the United States government by a deceased mobster.
The film is in the lowbrow comedy genre, with comic stop-action chase scenes, as well as many scenes involving spaghetti western-style gunplay on the streets of Rome. Hoffman's Fister is a seemingly naive and mild-mannered bureaucrat with a sense for sniffing out phonies.
The interiors of the film were shot largely in Spain, with exteriors in Rome.
On the Sunny Side (1942)
On the Sunny Side is a 1942 drama film, directed by Harold D. Schuster, starring Roddy McDowall, Jane Darwell and Stanley Clements.
The Girl in the Taxi (1938)
The Girl in the Taxi is a 1937 British musical comedy film directed by André Berthomieu and starring Frances Day, Henri Garat and Lawrence Grossmith. It was based on the stage musical The Girl in the Taxi.
The Orphan (1979)
A gentle boy (Mark Owens) finally does something about his sadistic aunt (Peggy Feury) on Friday the 13th.
Cop Target (1990)
A special agent guarding a powerful political family faces mortal danger from the Mafia.
Ship of Wanted Men (1933)
Ship of Wanted Men is a 1933 American crime film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Dorothy Sebastian, Fred Kohler and Leon Ames. The film's sets were designed by the art director Fred Preble.
The Movie Orgy (1968)
The Movie Orgy is a 1968 film directed by Joe Dante and produced by Jon Davison. It is a seven-hour-long compilation of film clips, commercials, and film trailers assembled by Dante when he was a college student. The film, assembled without permission of the clips' owners, toured colleges and repertory cinemas with support from Schlitz beer. A digital video version, transferred from original 16mm film and trimmed to approximately 4.5 hours, was eventually produced by Dante.
Strange things happen on Martin's 10th birthday.
Pussy Riot: The Movement (2013)
Two Russian punk rockers/performance artists are sentenced to two years in a penal colony after they ask the Virgin Mary to remove President Vladimir Putin from power.
Staub auf unseren Herzen (2013)
Kathi, a young mother, has dreams of being an actress, but her lack of success leaves her dependent on her mother for financial support. When her estranged father reappears to mend their relationship, simmering tensions between the two women surface.
A parasitic alien infects a young woman, and it's up to two incompetent FBI agents to save her.
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.
Law and Order (1942)
Billy the Kid's (Buster Crabbe) resemblance to a cavalry officer leaves an old woman open to a swindle.
A young Spanish director is fired from his job and travels to India to search for inspiration. He learns his search is not in India and returns home to figure out what he is trying to escape from.
Le coup du berger (1956)
Fool's Mate is a twenty-eight-minute short film directed by Jacques Rivette. It stars Virginie Vitry as a wife cheating on her husband. When her lover buys her a mink coat, the adulterous pair hatch a plan to avoid her husband's questioning the coat's origins.
Behind the Blue Veil (2013)
The son of a Tuareg chief sets out across the Sahara Desert to save his people's culture before it disappears, but the collapse of the Mali government produces an international crisis that envelops him and his tribesmen.
Print Generation (1974)
J.J. Murphy's experimental film takes one minute of footage and reprints it 50 times, leading to radical transformations that illustrate perception, time and memory.
The Mystery of Chess Boxing (1979)
Mystery of Chessboxing is a Hong Kong kung fu film released in 1979 and directed by Joseph Kuo, starring Mark Long, Jack Long and Lee Yi Min.
Dog's Life (2006)
The lives of a troubled young man and a dimwitted janitor intertwine in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Smell and Smile (1985)
Reserve troops are sent in to clear out a dangerous minefield.
Winning Favor (2012)
In rural Iowa, childhood friends shoot hoops together as they grow up, then go on to play for rival high schools.
The 28th Day: The Wrath of Steph (2013)
As Steph slowly succumbs to the influence of an evil spirit named Zasulground, she asks her friend Liz to help her defeat it.
La maison assassinée (1988)
After World War I, former French soldier Seraphin (Patrick Bruel) returns to the village where he was born and begins to uncover the truth about his orphaned past. He learns that his parents were brutally murdered and that the immigrants convicted of the crime were apparently framed, leading him to believe that three local magnates are the real culprits. Yet, as Seraphin becomes entangled with the daughters (Sophie Brochet, Agnès Blanchot) of these powerful men, the truth becomes more complex.
Semper Fight (2014)
The police find a tape of Marines being violent after they return from Afghanistan.
The File of the Golden Goose (1969)
The File of the Golden Goose is a 1969 British thriller film directed by Sam Wanamaker and starring Yul Brynner, Charles Gray and Edward Woodward. Its plot involves an American detective being sent to Britain to track down a major international criminal.It is a reworking of the 1947 film T-Men, directed by Anthony Mann.
The Fugitive (1933)
A half a million dollars has been stolen and stashed away and prison inmate Dutch knows where it is. So Government Agent Joe goes to prison and makes friends with Dutch. When Joe breaks them out, Dutch leads them to the money only to find it gone. But Dutch's old gang is on hand and they haven't found it either.
Forgetting Dad (2008)
A 45 year old man suffers amnesia after an accident and starts a new life with a new family. Sixteen years later his oldest son tracks him down to figure out why his memory never returned.
Blood Reunion (2012)
Unwittingly, a young woman (April Hartman) lets her vampire mother (Paula Marcenaro Solinger) escape 15 years after a priest (Richard Houghton) sealed the creature in her grave.
Love Is Not What It Used to Be (2013)
Alex and Lucia begin to discover each other; Paz and Jorge do not know what to do with their fading relationship; and Albert and Irene meet after decades of separation.
Capture That Capsule (1961)
Secret agents set out in hot pursuit of enemy spies who are determined to keep tabs on a space capsule.
Angry Joe Bass (1976)
A man resorts to terrorist tactics to protect the lucrative sports-fishing industry in a small Michigan community.
The Last Hit (2013)
Simon, an elite killer for a crime lord, saves a girl he is sent to kill. He defends the girl from an assortment of killers and mercenaries hired to track them down.
Greater Elephant (2012)
A mahout finds others who are searching for something lost.
Uniform is the 2003 feature film debut of director Diao Yi'nan, who had previously worked as an established screenwriter for directors such as Zhang Yang and Shi Runjiu. The film, produced by Hu Tong Communications, was distributed via DVD in the United States by First Run Features as part of the Global Film Initiative. Uniform follows a young man, Wang Xiaojian, who, down on his luck, comes upon a seemingly abandoned policeman's uniform. Putting it on, Wang discovers he can have influence and control not only on others but himself as well. The film premiered at the 2003 Vancouver International Film Festival where it won the Dragons and Tigers award. It also screened at a handful of other international film festivals, notably Rotterdam, where it was the only Chinese film in competition for the Tiger Award.
After the Tone (2014)
Onno's co-workers, friends and family leave him a series of voice mail messages after he disappears.
Warriors of the Wasteland (1983)
The New Barbarians (Italian: I nuovi barbari) is a 1983 Italian post-apocalyptic action film directed by Enzo G. Castellari. The film was released in U.S. theaters by New Line Cinema as Warriors of the Wasteland in 1984.
Japanese Summer: Double Suicide (1967)
A sex-obsessed young woman, a suicidal man she meets on the street, a gun-crazy wannabe gangster—these are just three of the irrational, oddball anarchists trapped in an underground hideaway in Oshima’s devilish, absurdist portrait of what he deemed the death drive in Japanese youth culture.
Secret of the Chinese Kung Fu (1977)
Martial-arts secrets are revealed after two sisters rescue a man from death in the sea.
A Taste of Blood (1967)
A Taste of Blood is a 1967 American horror film, produced and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. It stars, among others, Bill Rogers and Elizabeth Wilkinson. The movie was also known as The Secret of Dr. Alucard. Lewis considered this his masterpiece, which may account for the film's relatively long running time of two hours (most of Lewis's films run no longer than 80 minutes).
Controsesso, internationally released as Countersex, is a 1964 Italian anthology comedy film directed by Franco Rossi, Marco Ferreri and Renato Castellani. All the episodies have sex as main theme. The episode of Ferreri is considered by several critics as the masterpiece of the first Italian period of the director.
The Hard Way (1979)
Assassin-for-hire, John Connor, never misses his target. But he's tired of watching men die and wants to retire his gun and return to his native Ireland. His iron-hard boss, McNeal, has one more assassination assignment, and he picks his top marksman, Connor, for the job. Connor at first refuses, but McNeal threatens Kathleen - Connor’s estranged wife. Connor is persuaded to do the job. Arranging for Kathleen to go away, Connor turns his back on the contract. It’s not long before McNeal and his men are seeking revenge for Connor’s disobedience. Finally, Connor and McNeal are the last two players left standing in the deadly game which no-one really wins...
Another Mother (1996)
Another Mother or De Nieuwe Moeder is a 1996 Dutch film directed by Paula van der Oest.