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In how many Christopher Nolan films has Michael Caine been?
What is Christopher Nolan's film in the Batman series, released in 2012, called?
Who directed the 1990 film 'Goodfellas'?
In which city does 'Goodfellas' from 1990 take place?
In the film 'Goodfellas' from 1990 we meet the main protagonist Henry Hill, played by Ray Liotta. What actors play his two helpers, Jimmy and Tommy?
What is the first film made in the Star Wars series called?
How many Star Wars films are there altogether?
What is the planet called, which is destroyed in the first Star Wars films by the Death Star?
Which film from 1999 was a huge success for the Wachowski brothers?
Who plays the leading role as Neo in the film 'The Matrix' from 1999?
What role does Hugo Weaving play in the film 'The Matrix' - the character who fights against Neo?
In 'Babel' from 2006, Cate Blanchett plays opposite Brad Pitt, but in which film from 2008 do the two also play together?
Which author wrote the novella upon which the film 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' from 2008 was based?
David Fincher has had a lot of success with films such as 'Fight Club', 'Se7en' and 'The Social Network', but which 2008 film starring Brad Pitt did he also direct?
Who directed the 1987 psychological thriller starring Kevin Costner which is about a couple of FBI agents out to stop Al Capone?
In 'Scarface' from 1983, Al Pacino plays the gangster Tony Montana. Who directed the film?
'Goodfellas' from 1990 is based on the book 'Wise Guys' by Nicholas Pileggi, but the title was changed, because a film had been released only a few years earlier bearing that title. Who instructed the film?
Which film by Francois Truffaut was part of the French New Wave?
What ist the French auteur Jean-Luc Godard's debut film from 1959 called?
Who is known as the spiritual godfather for the French New Wave?
With which director has the actor Max Von Sydow worked 11 times?
What game does Max von Sydow play against the Death in 'The Seventh Seal' by Ingmar Bergman?
Who is widely viewed as the biggest Swedish film director ever?
To which country does Michael Moore travel with his friends and American 'victims' of the healthcare system in his film 'Sicko' from 2007?
Michael Moore's first documentary was about a large American corporation's cuts in Moore' hometown. Which company?
Where does filmmaker Michael Moore hail from?
Who directed the third film in the 'Alien' series?
What was Sigourney Weaver's character in the 1979 'Alien' film called'?
Which film carries the tagline 'In Space, no-one can hear you scream'?
In the 1992 film 'Reservoir Dogs' by Quentin Tarantino, what colour is also part of the name of the character played by Steve Buscemi?
Which Quentin Tarantino film was the first to get nominated for an Oscar?
In what place are The Basterds trying to con Hitler and Goebbels into an ambush in the film 'Inglorious Basterds' by Quentin Tarantino?
How many times has Tim Burton used Johnny Depp in his films?
What is characteristic of the murderer in the 1999 Tim-Burton film 'Sleepy Hollow'?
Tim Burton often uses his wife as an actress in his films. What is her name?
Of which nationality is Roman Polanski?
In which city does Roman Polanski's 'Chinatown' take place?
Adrien Brody won an Oscar in 2003 for best male actor in the film 'The Pianist. Who directed the film?
Which famous actor is known for his role as a tramp in the film 'The Tramp'?
Who did Charles Chaplin make fun of in the film 'The Great Dictator'?
How many times was Charles Chaplin married?
Who wrote the manuscript for 'Good Will Hunting'?
Which American singer-songwriter was behind most of the soundtrack for 'Good Will Hunting'?
Who plays Will Hunting's psychologist and mentor in the film 'Good Will Hunting'?
Who plays the leading character Dirk Diggler in Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Boogie Nights' from 1997?
Towards the end of Paul Thomas Anderson's film 'Magnolia' from 1999, a certain type of animal suddenly falls like rain from the sky. Which animals?
Who plays the leading role as Barry Egan in the 2002 film 'Punch-Drunk Love' by Paul Thomas Anderson?
The youth competition became part of Tour de France in 1975. Which cyclist has won the white jersey the most times?
What was the Belgian cyclist Eddy Merckx' nickname?
Who was the first German to win Tour de France?
What is the big doping scandal that hit Tour de France in 1998 called?
Who won Tour de France in 2010?
Which team did Alberto Contador come from, when he changed to Team Saxo Bank-Sungard in 2011?
Which team won the team time trial during Tour de France 2008?
Which team won the team time trial during Tour de France 2006?
Which of the following teams has Fabian Cancellara never competed for?
Which of the following races has Swiss cyclist Fabian Cancellara never won?
The cylist Fabian Cancellera became Olympic champion in individual time trials one year. Which one?
What placement did Mark Cavendish get in the points competition in Tour de France 2010?
Alongside Sandy Casar, he was the first to sign the UCI anti-doping contract in 2007. What is the rider's name?
He won the German road championship in 2000 and later became sports director for HTC-Highroad. What is his name?
Fausto Coppi dominated during his career as a cyclist, but died in 1960 from a disease contracted in the tropics. Which one?
Fausto Coppi was so dominating throughout his career as a cyclist that he had a fitting nickname. Which one?
How many hairpins are there on the 13.8 km climb up Alpe d'Huez, a legendary part of the Tour de France?
Which year did the first motion picture premier?
Which film pioneer, who helped modernise the film expression, directed the well-known 'Birth of a Nation' from 1915 which dramatises the founding of the Ku Klux Klan?
Who made the first motion picture in the world?
Which film started the American New Wave also known as New Hollywood?
A member of 'The Movie Brats', Martin Scorsese, had his breakthrough in 1973 with which film?
Which film was the first to gross more than 100 million dollars at the cinema?
Who directed the famous independent film 'A Woman Under the Influence' from 1974?
Jim Jarmusch made his first film in 1980 whilst still at university. Which one?
David Lynch, known not least for the tv series 'Twin Peaks', made his first film in 1977. What was it called?
Who plays the geeky main character in Charlie Kaufman's first film?
For which film did Charlie Kaufman win his first Oscar for best manuscript?
Which actor or actress plays in three of Charlie Kaufman's films?
Charlie Kaufman had his debut as a director in 2008 with the film "Synecdoche, New York". Who played the lead role?
Who directed the Italian neorealistic film 'Ladri di Biciclette' from 1948, considered one of the most important in film history?
Which film is credited with being the 'first' film of the Italian neorealism trend that emerged in the mid 1940s?
Luchino Visconti has directed an Italian, neorealist film from 1948 about fishermen on Sicily in the south of Italy. What is it called?
The film 'Amores Perros' (Love's a Bitch) was directed by a Spanish-speaking director. What is he called?
Which film by Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu features Benicio del Toro?
In 2011, Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu was nominated for an Oscar for best foreign-language film for a film starring Jarvier Bardem. Which one?
'Paris je t'aime' was the first film in the series 'Cities of Love'. Which city was the next?
Which of the following actors/actresses can both be seen in 'Paris je t'aime' and 'New York, I Love You', both part of the series 'Cities of Love'?
Which actor or actress plays in the segment of 'Paris je t'aime' directed by the Coen-brothers?
What is Peter Jackson's splatstick debut film from 1987 called?
In 2005, Peter Jackson was behind a remake of 'King Kong'. How many official versions are there of 'King Kong', the original version included?
'Metropolis' from 1927 strongly inspired the whole science fiction genre including 'Blade Runner' from 1982. Who directed 'Metropolis'?
After Hitler took over Germany, Fritz Lang went to the US to make films. One of his most famous films stars Spencer Tracy and is from 1936. What is it called?
Fritz Lang's most famous film 'M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder' from 1931 uses the soundtrack from a famous theatre piece - which one?
What is Sidney Lumet's first film called?
Who plays the lead role in Sidney Lumet's 1975 film 'Dog Day Afternoon'?
How many actors and actresses have won Oscars for their performance in Sidney Lumet films?
How many films have Spike Jonze and script writer Charlie Kaufman done together?
What is Spike Jonze's film from 2009, based on a famous children's book, called?
With which band did Spike Jonze collaborate for his film 'Scenes from the Suburbs' from 2011?
How many times has Tom Cruise been nominated for an Oscar?
Which film company does Tom Cruise co-own?
How many films has Tom Cruise made with his ex-wife Nicole Kidman?
Which actor or actress won an Oscar for the 1978 film 'The Deer Hunter' about the war in Vietnam?
Who directed the Vietnam War film 'Full Metal Jacket' from 1987?
Which actor says the line 'I love the smell of napalm in the morning' in the Vietnam War-film 'Apocalypse Now' from 1979?
In which country does the majority of the WW2-film 'Saving Private Ryan' from 1998 take place?
Clint Eastwood made two war-films in 2006. One, 'Flags of our Fathers', shows the war from an American perspective whereas the other showed it from a Japanese perspective. What was the film called?
Who is the film 2004 'Downfall' (Der Untergang) about?
Which film is known as being the first film in the film noir-genre, particular popular in the 1940s?
One of the biggest films in the film noir-genre is 'Double Indemnity' from 1944. Which European directed it?
The author Raymond Chandler's detective character Philip Marlow is played by Humphrey Bogart in a film noir-film. Which one?
Who plays the lead role in the British film 'This Sporting Life' from 1963, which is part of the British new wave called 'kitchen sink realism'?
The first film in the British new wave, known as Kitchen Sink Dramas, came in 1959 and was directed by Tony Richardson. What was it called?
Which famous British actor played the lead role in Karel Reisz' kitchen sink drama 'Saturday Night, Sunday Morning' from 1960?
From which country does the great director Andrey Tarkovskiy hail?
Who directed the Russian film 'Ivan's childhood' from 1962?
George Clooney played in the film 'Solaris' from 2002, but who directed the original film from 1972, upon which the remake is based?
Which 1937 film directed by Jean Renoir is about a prison escape?
Who is known as the father of the French new wave?
After WW2, Jean Renoir went to India to make a film. What was it called?
The Pirates of the Caribbean-series is based on an attraction in an amusement park. Which one?
Which role does Geoffrey Rush play in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean'-films?
Who plays Jack Sparrow's father in the Pirates of the Caribbean films?
In how many films has Clint Eastwood played the character Dirty Harry?
Clint Eastwood has been nominated for an Oscar four times as a director, but for which film did he win the first time?
Who does Clint Eastwood play opposite in the film 'The Bridges of Madison County', a film he also directed himself?
Which of the brains behind the Monty Python-stories has since gone on to work as a film director and has directed e.g. 'Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas' with Johnny Depp?
In which Monty Python film do you hear the song 'Always look on the bright side of life'?
Which Monty Python member also enjoyed a lot of success with a BBC series?
With which film did Sean Penn have his breakthrough?
Sean Penn has been nominated an impressive five times for an Oscar for best male performance. For which film did he get his first nomination?
In the film 'Milk' from 2009, Sean Penn plays opposite Emile Hirsch whom Penn directs himself in a film from 2007. Which one?
Altogether, 8 films have been made about the young wizard Harry Potter, but how many directors have been involved in those 8 films?
Who wrote the books behind the Harry Potter-films?
What is the first Harry Potter film called?
Which drink is The Dude's favourite in the Coen brothers' film 'The Big Lebowski'?
How many Coen brothers films has George Clooney been in?
The Coen brothers have won one Oscar for best feature film. For which film did they win?
Alfred Hitchcock directed the first film with sound in England in 1929. Which one?
What is Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film called which chronicles a man's fear of heights?
What name was Alfred Hitchcock also known by?
What was Guy Ritchie's 1998 debut film called?
Who plays the hard-hitting Irish traveller Mickey in Guy Ritchie's 2000 film 'Snatch'?
Which film from the late 00's starring Robert Downey Jr. was directed by Guy Ritchie?
Who directed the Spanish film 'Pan's Labyrinth' from 2006?
Which film featuring Wesley Snipes is directed by Guillermo Del Toro?
What is the sequel to 'Hellboy', also directed by Guillermo Del Toro, called?
Who directed the Japanese animated feature film 'My Neighbor Totoro' from 1988?
For which film did Hayao Miyasaki receive an Oscar?
Who owned the living castle in Miyasaki's film 'X's Living Castle' (Who is X)?
In which English film from 1949 by Carol Reed does Orson Welles play the role as Harry Lime?
Which was the first film Orson Welles directed?
Who had written the novel behind the radio play 'The War of the Worlds', which the film director Orson Welles enjoyed tremendous success with in the 1930s?
Gus Van Sant made a so-called 'death trilogy' between 2002 and 2005. Two of the films are called 'Gerry' and 'Last Days'. What is the last part of the trilogy called?
Who directed the film 'Good Will Hunting', for which Matt Damon and Ben Affleck won an Oscar for best original screenplay?
Which actor plays opposite Keanu Reeves in Gus Van Sant's film 'My Own Private Idaho'?
What is Melancholia in the 2011 film of the same name by Lars Von Trier?
Who directed the apocalyptic film '2012' from 2010?
Who directed the 2005 film 'War of the Worlds'?
Who plays the beat-up brother in Wes Anderson's film 'The Darjeeling Limited' from 2007?
Who directed the 2001 film 'The Royal Tenenbaums'?
Who plays the title role in Wes Anderson's 'The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou´?
Who directed the 1995 film 'Welcome to the Dollhouse'?
Who plays the role of the documentary film maker in Todd Solondz' 2001 film 'Storytelling'?
What is Todd Solondz' 2009 film, which is loosely associated with his own 1998 film 'Happiness', called?
Which actor can be seen both in 'Due Date' and 'The Hangover'?
Who directed the two 'The Hangover' films?
With which film did Todd Philips enjoy his breakthrough?
Who led the mutiny on the Royal Navy ship HMS Bounty on 28 April 1789?
What was the name of the British ship which in 1789 became the scene of a famous mutiny?
In 1964, who became the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize?
Who said the famous words "I Have a Dream"?
Of which party was Nelson Mandela elected the leader in 1991?
A male bee sticks his genitals into the queen bee. What happens to his genitals afterwards?
A male bee sticks his genitals into the queen bee. What happens to him afterwards?
Bonobos belong to the family of great apes. How do they normally handle a conflict?
Which word best describes the mating ritual between two flatworms?
The loser of the penis-fencing absorbs the semen through the skin and adopts the female role of developing the egg. The mating ritual of which animal are we describing?
Most men like to make themselves bigger than they are. This is also true for the frigatebird, but which colour is its heart-shaped balloon?
People flock to Manitoba, Canada, to watch the yearly mating between the red-sided garter snakes. Why?
Female hyenas are both bigger and more powerful than their male counterparts. What else is special about the female hyena?
A manakin is a small type of passerine bird. To impress the female, the male manakin dances. Which dance does it resemble?
Giraffes are very tall animals, and tall animals have high blood-pressure. This means that mating is hard work for the male, and as such he checks first to make sure the female is in heat. How?
Most people are aware that dolphins are intelligent animals. But do you also know what is special about the male dolphin's penis?
What did they forget to tell us about clownfish in the cartoon 'Finding Nemo'?
Clownfish live in a strict hierarchy. Who is on top?
How have zoos succeeded in having more pandas held in captivity mate?
This animal shoots a chalk dart into the partner before they copulate. Scientists are still not quite sure why, but which animal are we talking about?
Which of the following animals mate by the male piercing the female's body with his hypodermic genitalia and leaving his semen behind?
This animal pees on the female from up to 6 metres' distance before they copulate. Which animal are we referring to?
What is the gender mix in a typical ant's nest?
A sea hare is a hermaphrodite, i.e. both male and female at the same time. How does it mate?
An argonaut is a weird kind of octopus. The size difference between males and females is enormous. How big is it?
If being a bit provocative, what could you call the mating ritual of Whiptail Lizards?
Anglerfish live in the deep sea and lure prey with a fishy growth on their head akin to a fishing reel. What characterises the relationship of two anglerfish?
Which animal has the longest sperm cells recorded?
Argentine lake ducks possess the longest penis of all birds. The duck itself measures some 40 cm. How long is its penis?
Which animal has the largest penis in the world?
Gorillas are the largest extant species of primates. How long are their penises?
Which American film director once said "Having sex is like playing bridge. If you don´t have a good partner, you´d better have a good hand"?
"Don´t knock masturbation - it´s sex with someone I love". Which film director is credited with this sound-bite?
Who said "Remember, if you smoke after sex you´re doing it too fast"?