Invisible Mom II

Invisible Mom II 1999

A young orphan, heir to a vast fortune, is fostered into a somewhat bizarre family, primarily due to the fact that his foster mom can become invisible. When the child's cousins show up to get a bit of the youngster's fortune, his foster mom saves the day.

Really Rosie

Really Rosie 1975

Really Rosie is a musical with a book and lyrics by Maurice Sendak and music by Carole King. The musical is based on Sendak's books "Chicken Soup with Rice", "Pierre", "One was Johnny", "Aligators All Around" (Which comprise the 1962 book "The Nutshell Library"), and "The Sign on Rosie's Door". Sendak based the story on a demonstrative little girl who used to sing and dance on the stoop of her building, whom he observed while he was a little boy growing up in Brooklyn.

.hack//Versus: The Thanatos Report

.hack//Versus: The Thanatos Report 2012

Bundled along with a free game, .hack//Versus, on the .hack//Sekai no Mukou ni Blu-ray disc, is a special called "The Thanatos Report". This special connects the events of the game with the events of the movie and "reveal the last truth". The protagonist of the special is Dave; a character who also appears in the main movie. The special takes place in both 2024 (the year in which the movie takes place) and 2025 (the year in which the game .hack//Versus takes place).

Madam White Snake

Madam White Snake 1962

This Classic Seductive tale of two snakes who assume human forms will send chills of pleasure down viewers' backs. The Lovely Linda Lin Dai (Les Belles, The Kingdom And The Beauty) and margaret Tu Chuan (The Dream of The Red Chamber) play the two sister serpents, Pak Su-cheng and Ching Ching. Su-cheng meets Hsu Hsien (Chao Lei) one day and recognizes him as her savior in another life 1,000 years ago. She marries him to reward him but the snake-human union brings about problems beyond imagination.

The Committee

The Committee 1968

The Committee, starring Paul Jones of Manfred Mann fame, is a unique document of Britain in the 1960s. After a very successful run in London’s West End in 1968, viewings of this controversial movie have been few and far between. Stunning black and white camera work by Ian Wilson brings to life this “chilling fable” by Max Steuer, a lecturer (now Reader Emeritus) at the London School of Economics. Avoiding easy answers, The Committee uses a surreal murder to explore the tension and conflict between bureaucracy on one side, and individual freedom on the other. Many films, such as Total Recall, Fahrenheit 451 and Camus’ The Stranger, see the state as ignorant and repressive, and pass over the inevitable weaknesses lying deep in individuals. Drawing on the ideas of R.D. Laing, a psychologically hip state faces an all too human protagonist.

Simbad el Mareado

Simbad el Mareado 1950

The Mexican comedy Simbad el Mareado stars the popular comic Tin-Tan. The story concerns the adventurer Sinbad who becomes sidetracked from his quest for riches and love when he suffers from a psychotic belief that his best friend is a commoner who may be in line to receive a financial windfall.

Kaibutsu-kun: The Movie

Kaibutsu-kun: The Movie 2011

Kaibutsukun is the young prince of Kaibutsu land who decides to go to Earth to prove to his people that he is worthy of becoming king. Kaibutsukun is accompanied by his friends Dracula, Wolfman, and Franken. The Prince decides to go to Japan to visit his friends Utako and Hiroshi. The Prince, Dracula, Wolfman and Franken are in for a surprise.

The Wheel

The Wheel 2011

A visually imaginative tale of a dutiful young man, fated to maintain the balance of the world – and his mischievous sister, determined to test the balance.

The Poet and The Bear

The Poet and The Bear 2006

Ruth's dreams of leaving her childhood home in rural Northern Ireland for the excitement and culture of Europe's finest Art College take a surreal and frightening twist.

Un marido de ida y vuelta

Un marido de ida y vuelta 1957

Adaptation of the eponymous play of Jardiel Poncela. A husband dominated by his overbearing wife dies victim of a heart attack the day she forces him to shave his beloved beard to go to a costume ball dressed as a bullfighter. Its spectrum then begins to walk around the house and the most unexpected cause tangles. When she finally decides to settle definitely get materialize and get his wife, who has meanwhile become a being sweet and understanding.

Die Zauberflöte

Die Zauberflöte 1992

Recorded in 1992 at the Ludwigsburger Schlosstheater, this release from Art Haus Musik features a performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's two-act opera Die Zauberflote. The production stars Deon Van Der Walt as Tamino and Ulrike Sonntag as Pamina and includes music by The Ludwigcburger Festspiele

Krai Thong 2

Krai Thong 2 1985

Thai filmmaker Sompote Sands returns with a sequel to "Krai Thong", in which a man can turn himself into a horrific man-eating crocodile.

Ordan's Forest

Ordan's Forest 2005

A story about a boy whose recurring nightmare leads him to a spooky forest of magic and intrigue.

Seasick

Seasick 2013

Seasick is a meditative exploration of ones love of the sea to the soundtrack of traditional Croatian music.

The Sparkling River

The Sparkling River 2013

In an undetermined future, a group of Chinese travelers have appeared on an alpaca farm, seemingly by accident. Among them is a young Chinese woman who tries to connect with farm's proprietor. The Sparkling River is a 3D-stereoscopic film and vies for the use of this technology to engage the viewer into a contemplative and dreamlike cinematic experience. The film explores enduring themes of memory, migration and place.