The Lucky Dragon 2009

A mischievous dragon gets into trouble and is banished to Earth. On Earth he takes the form of a young boy, and he befriends and joins the Order of Swords, who do battle with the evil Stretch for control of Earth as each tries to possess the Bantam Sword. The Bantam Sword is atop a mountain, and, as the forces of good and evil battle to claim it, the mischievous dragon must find a way to assist in the Order of Swords' quest as he tries to find happiness in his new surroundings.

Egon 2013

Symptoms of influenza mean the last days in the life of the Austrian painter Egon Schiele (1890-1918) seem to be played out beyond the confines of a set time and space. His stylised portraits come to live and edge him further towards death. Choreographer Stuart has transformed his images into a transparent movement language that by turns follows and ignores the music by Alexander von Zemlinsky. The rawly expressive and confrontational imagery reflects the powerful effect of Schiele’s drawings and paintings.

Nation for Two 2012

A mix of land art, performance and stop-motion, Nation for Two is a surreal visual essay on the idea that “love knows neither nationality nor borders”. Inspired by the authors' own biographies, the film follows a man and a woman tunneling their way towards each other, from one end of the planet to the other, to be together, passing through forests, deserts, urban spaces or war zones. (bieff.ro)

Go, Stop, Murder 2014

Popular card game 'Go, Stop' becomes horrific in this thriller, as a group of players in the countryside start to die one-by-one. Yet when a substitute player is brought in, he begins to think that the game itself is the source of the problem.

Cirque du Soleil: The Surreal World of Zarkana 2011

Zarkana is a Cirque du Soleil stage production written and directed by François Girard. It began as a touring show in 2011 and was converted to a permanent show in Las Vegas in late 2012. It premiered at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on June 29, 2011 and later toured to the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow and the Madrid Arena in Madrid. Following Zarkana's successful run in Moscow, it was announced that the show would start residency at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The show replaced the Cirque du Soleil resident production Viva Elvis, which closed in August 2012 at the Aria Resort. Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil is about a spirited journey through an abandoned theater where an extraordinary circus comes back to life. Populated by a motley collection of off-the-wall characters and incomparable acrobats, Zarkana is a visual vortex set in a twisted acrobatic fantasy universe where, little by little, chaos and craziness give way to a true celebration.

Mahakavi Kalidas 1966

Mahakavi Kalidas Directed by R. R. Chandran. Princess Vidyotama vows to marry the man who defeats her in debate, but she wins every time. Through a ruse, her spurned suitors manage to marry the princess to the simpleminded Kalidas. Ashamed of his ignorance, Kalidas becomes a seeker of knowledge and is bestowed with wisdom by the goddess Kali. This moving story of love and enlightenment is based on legends surrounding real-life poet Mahakavi Kalidas.

Thiruvarutchelvar 1967

Thiruvarutchelvar is a Tamil devotional movie. In Indian Mytholgy, the 63 Nayanmars were considered to be the most ardent devotees of Lord Shiva. The movie Thiruvarutchelvar, captures the life of a few of the Nayanmars. A king smitten by a dancer, forces her to live with him against her will.When the dancer makes him realise the trivialities of wordly pleasures, the king undergoes a metamorphosis. He poses three questions about God, to his minister. When he recieves the answers from the ministers

Saraswathi Sabatham 1966

Saraswati Sabatham tells the story of a fight between three goddesses over which has the best power. Narada (Sivaji Ganesan), a sage and celestial troublemaker, begins the fight by visiting Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, and asking her which is better: knowledge or wealth. Saraswati (Savitri) answers that her power, knowledge, is the best.

Steel of Fire Warriors 2010 A.D. 2008

First the world was normal, everyone was happy. Then, the apocalypse happened and everything changed. Politics failed. Civilization fell into disarray. Out of the muck of this primordial devastation rose the hideous, deformed and evil Mutantzoids destroying everything in sight with their horrible mutant powers and appearances. None would stand in their swath of destruction, with the possible exception of... STEEL OF FIRE WARRIORS 2010 A.D. Written by Kevin Clarke

O Espinho Da Rosa 2013

Prosecuting Attorney David Lunga's success is overshadowed by the terrifying secrets of Rosa, a beautiful but mysterious woman with whom he falls in love. What mysteries does she hide? As the macabre facts unravel, David comes face to face with his own demons and is driven to prove his innocence, recover his reputation and, above all, clear his own conscience.

That's Magic! 2008

A musical tale about one magician who comes face to face with his own self doubt about the existence of magic in the world.

El genio tranquilo 2006

A watchmaker from Soweto finds a shoebox out of which he makes an improvised camera, aligns two lenses, and by looking through them, discovers images from the past. These are from the same places that, 35 years earlier, director Gonzalo Suárez, along with his brother Carlos, made the film Aoom.

Juan dela Cruz at ang Bakal na Krus 2014

The Bakal na Krus (lit. Iron Cross) is the legendary weapon of the Tagabantay. The cross can transform into different weapon forms with the sword form as its default. Only the Tagabantay can use this weapon. The Tagabantay can attract the cross to his or her hands and place it securely in a wall. Bakal na krus Juan getting the Bakal na Krus from the wall. The27thwikiauserAdded by The27thwikiauser The Bakal na Krus was once a ordinary weapon crafted by a Spanish warrior priest. The cross became the legendary weapon as it is today when Datu Bangaraw struck the cross into the ground and made a prayer to make the cross a weapon of salvation. It is said that one who has bravery in one's heart and faith in God will become powerful. Datu Bangaraw's prayer was heard and the Bakal na Krus became a weapon that can change into different forms. He then passes the sword to his son, who in turn passes it to his descendants.

The Wanderer 2008

"Dayo" follows the adventure of 11-year-old Bubuy as he tries to save his grandparents who have been abducted and brought to Elementalia, a mysterious and magical land that is home to popular creatures of Philippine mythology.

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner 1977

Orson Welles reads the poem especially for this film by Larry Jordan, which is dedicated to the late Wallace Berman, and is made possible by a grant from The National Endowment Of The Arts.

Ursus in the Valley of the Lions 1961

Bodybuilder Ed Fury stars as the legendary Ursus in this above-average sword-and-sandal adventure from veteran director Carlo Campogalliani. The plot concerns Ursus' attempts to rescue his kidnapped fiancee, aided by a pretty blind slave girl. Now an evil queen, Ursus' former love throws him into a gladiatorial arena with a bull, which manages to smack the slave girl in the head and restore her eyesight before Ursus defeats it and his enemies. The bullfight is particularly well-staged, and this exciting spectacle may be the highlight of Fury's erratic screen career. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi