Doodlebug (1997)

Doodlebug is a 1997 short psychological thriller film by Christopher Nolan.

Maidan (2014)

Maidan (Ukrainian: Майдан) is a 2014 documentary film, directed by Sergei Loznitsa. It focuses on the Euromaidan movement of 2013 and 2014 in Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) in Ukraine's capital Kiev. It was filmed during the protests and depicts different aspects of the revolution, from the peaceful rallies to bloody clashes between police and civilians. The film premiered on May 21, 2014 at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It had a theatrical release in the United States on December 12, 2014.

Bonhoeffer (2003)

Filmmaker Martin Doblmeier profiles Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a young Christian theologian who was hanged in a Nazi concentration camp.

Comeback Season (2006)

Comeback Season is a 2006 film directed by Bruce McCulloch. It stars Ray Liotta as Walter Pearce, a married man who, with the help of local football star Skylar Eckerman (Sipos), tries to win back his wife (Headly) after cheating on her. Filming took place in Calgary, Alberta.

Looking at Animals (2009)

Raymond retires to a small town after a lifetime of photographing animals in the wild by himself. He spends his time observing his neighbor and his familiar role as an unseen observer changes when he discovers a boy looking into a neighbor's window.

Sesame Street: Elmo's World - All About Animals (2014)

Ribbet! Woof! Neigh! Tweet! Elmo loves animals and he wants to learn all about them. What's the best way to walk a dog? What type of animal is considered a wild animal? Do frogs live on land or in water? And how do penguins stay warm? Join Sesame Street's curious red monster and his special friend Dorothy as they explore wild animals, pets, and more! Over 2 hours of Elmo's World!

Elmo's Potty Time (2006)

Potty training can be fun! Create a positive potty time experience for your child with Elmo and his Sesame Street friends with Elmo's Potty Time! This amusing and song-filled story teaches children that everyone has to learn how to use the potty. Your child will learn that accidents are okay and that it takes time and practice before he can use the potty on his own. So dance, sing, and laugh as your child learns confidence-building skills and helpful healthy habits that will last a lifetime!

Sesame Street: Let's Make Music (2010)

Explore the world of music and rhythm with your favorite Sesame Street characters featuring the cast of Stomp, the international percussion sensation! When Telly loses his tuba he thinks he will never make music again, but the Stomp cast members teach that everyday items can make music and that music can be made with almost anything! They even use Oscar's trash can! Learn about rhythm and add a little music to your life with the whole Sesame Street gang!

Christmas Eve on Sesame Street (1978)

Christmas Eve on Sesame Street is a Sesame Street Christmas special first broadcast on PBS on Sunday, December 3, 1978.

Sesame Street: Happy Healthy Monsters (2004)

It's a fun-filled, get-up-and-move fitness extravaganza! Grover is hosting his very own exercise show "Fuzzy, Blue and Healthy, Too" on the "Happy Healthy Monsters" TV network. Kids join Elmo and Zoe as they watch Grover and friends jump into shape by learning the importance of eating healthy snacks, moving your body, and getting plenty of rest. With the help of celebrity guest stars Andy Richter, Fred Willard as the network announcer, and music superstars Wyclef Jean and India Arie, Happy Healthy Monsters is the ultimate tool for helping kids be healthy while having fun!

Count It Higher: Great Music Videos from Sesame Street (1988)

We want our SMV! Sesame Music Video, that is... Join the Count and his friends for a countdown of some of the hottest hits on the street. Which street? Sesame Street, of course!

Count on Sports (2008)

Hello there, sports fans! It's time for ESSN - Ernie's Sports Show News! This math-tastic video is full of numbers and shapes, plus critical math concepts such as over/under and forward/backwards. All your favorite Sesame Street friends are on the top of their game. Join the Count as he plays golf and races a car in the Transylvania 300. Prairie Dawn shows off her soccer skills and then joins Dominique Dawes for a little gymnastics. If you love basketball, don't miss Grover and Vince Carter of the New Jersey Nets explaining "short" and "tall." And who but Elmo could beat Venus Williams at a game of imaginary tennis? So join the Sesame Street team for lots of sports fun!

Heartbeat Detector (2007)

Heartbeat Detector (French: La Question humaine) is a 2007 French film directed by Nicolas Klotz and starring Mathieu Amalric. The film is based on the 2000 novel by François Emmanuel.

Bill Bellamy: Crazy Sexy Dirty (2012)

This comedy special features comedian Bill Bellamy, the man who helped to introduce the phrase "booty call" into the common lexicon. Bellamy, who is also an actor and television host, is front and center stage, where he offers up the hilarious, though raunchy stand-up that has made him famous. His observations may ring true to many adults, but his humor isn't necessarily for the whole family.

Where Soldiers Come From (2011)

Where Soldiers Come From is a 2011 American documentary film directed by Heather Courtney. The film is an intimate look at a group of young American men who join the Michigan Army National Guard, their families, and the town they come from. Director Heather Courtney follows these young men closely, as they transition from small town teenagers to Army guardsmen during the war in Afghanistan. Their story continues to follow the 23-year-old veterans dealing with the less visible wounds of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and PTSD. It premiered at South by Southwest festival, where it won the best documentary editing award. In 2012 the film won a News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story (Long Form), as well as the Truer Than Fiction Independent Spirit Award.

Peppa Pig: My Birthday Party (2002)

Peppa is a loveable little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa loves playing games, visiting exciting places and making new friends, but her absolute favorite thing to do is jumping up and down in muddy puddles! Get set for lots of laughs with Peppa, her family, and all her animal friends, in these 14 fun-filled adventures.

Ocean Aquarium (2008)

Ocean Aquarium is comprised entirely of aquarium-style "lockdown" shots filmed on location in Papua New Guinea with special footage from Bonaire and Fiji. Enjoy the breathtaking "top side" images captured just above the water, and experience a unique perspective.

Sugar Creek Gang: Secret Hideout (2005)

This is the fourth film in The Sugar Creek Gang series. The gang races through the swamp only to stumble upon previously unexplored territory that leads them right into the middle of a mystery. As if the puzzling new discoveries aren't enough, Poetry's lamb causes mischief in the schoolhouse and gets everyone into hot water with Miss Lilly. When things calm down, the gang plans an overnight stay in a cave near the cemetery, but Tom Till has been keeping a secret that is sure to shake things up. Matters get even more interesting when Old Man Paddler appears and reveals the truth behind the gang's secret hideout! Look for the other films in the five part Sugar Creek Gang series to complete your collection: Swamp Robber, The Great Canoe Fish, Revival Villains, and Teacher Trouble!

Cuba: An African Odyssey (2007)

From Che Guevara's military campaign to avenge Lumumba in the Congo up to the fall of apartheid in South Africa, 300,000 Cubans fought alongside African revolutionaries. CUBA, AN AFRICAN ODYSSEY is the previously untold story of Cuba's support for African revolutions, one of the Cold War's most vigorous contests over resources and ideology.

Kingdom of Shadows (1998)

Clips from more than 40 silent-film classics highlight a study of the horror film's early evolution. Rod Steiger narrates.

Moto Psycho (2012)

A disfigured farmhand kills his neighbors and collects body parts in an attempt to resurrect his deceased sister. He is aided by a doctor who instructs him through the TV set. The town police pursue the farmhand in an attempt to stop the bloodshed.

Aqui na Terra (1993)

Aqui na Terra (Here on Earth) (1993) it's a Portuguese film directed by João Botelho.

Girl in the Woods (1958)

Girl in the Woods is a 1958 drama film directed by Tom Gries. It stars Forrest Tucker and Margaret Hayes.

Oi chum mai (2014)

Three childhood friends, separated after the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre, reunite through Facebook at a bar in Hong Kong. Now all leading lives wrapped in sexual scandals and adultery, they find themselves pining for who they could have been.

To Fly! (1976)

To Fly! (1976) is a documentary film shot in the IMAX format. It follows the history of flight, from the first hot air balloons in the 19th century to 20th century manned space missions. It was created for performance at the National Air and Space Museum's IMAX Theater in Washington, D.C.

The Tender Years (1948)

The Tender Years is a 1948 American drama film directed by Harold D. Schuster and written by Arnold Belgard, Abem Finkel and Jack Jungmeyer. The film stars Joe E. Brown, Richard Lyon, Noreen Nash, Charles Drake, Josephine Hutchinson and James Millican. The film was released on January 3, 1948, by 20th Century Fox.

Heaven (1987)

Heaven is a 1987 documentary film about beliefs concerning the afterlife and heaven in particular. The film was written and directed by Diane Keaton, and features a soundtrack by Howard Shore.

Projet-M (2014)

Four astronauts have to live in a space station for 1,000 days to prove a trip to one of Jupiter's moons is possible. The project goes well until something goes wrong on Earth.

Dinosaurus! (1960)

Dinosaurus! is a 1960 science fiction film directed by Irvin Yeaworth and produced by Jack H. Harris. The leading role was intended for Steve McQueen, who starred in The Blob two years earlier, also directed by Yeaworth Jr. But for reasons not clear, the offer was never made to McQueen.

Shadow of the Eagle (1950)

Shadow of the Eagle is a 1950 British-Italian historical drama film directed by Sidney Salkow and starring Richard Greene, Valentina Cortese and Greta Gynt. A separate Italian version The Rival of the Empress was released the following year. It was shot partly at Teddington Studios. The film's art direction was by Wilfred Shingleton.

Twice Upon a Time (1968)

Deux fois is a 1968 experimental film by Jackie Raynal. Raynal stars in the film, her first as a director; she had previously worked for several years as a film editor, most notably for films in Éric Rohmer's "Six Moral Tales" series. The film's title, which literally translates as Twice and is sometimes translated into English as Twice Upon a Time, refers to the occasional repetition of scenes or actions.

The Outlaw Emmett Deemus (2008)

A 70-year-old man decides to become an outlaw biker and steals a deputies badge.

A Girl Is a Gun (1971)

A seductress (Rachel Kesterber) accompanies a gunslinger (Jean-Pierre Laud) fleeing from a posse.

Donoma (2011)

Donoma is a 2010 French drama film written and directed by Djinn Carrénard. Carrénard was awarded the 2010 Prix Louis-Delluc for first film.

Frisco Sal (1945)

Frisco Sal is a 1945 American film directed by George Waggner and starring Susanna Foster and Turhan Bey. It was co written by Curt Siodmak.

Politiquerías (1931)

Stan (Stan Laurel) and Ollie (Oliver Hardy) must thwart a blackmailer.

Altyn Kyrghol (2002)

While traveling by train, an artist (Busurman Odurakayev) sketches people, romances a woman and befriends a boy.

Knerten i knipe (2011)

A boy (Adrian Grnnevik Smith) finds an abandoned baby while searching for his little friend (sleik Engmark).

Serious Charge (1959)

Serious Charge (also known as A Touch of Hell) is a British 1959 film now most notable for being Cliff Richard’s screen acting début in a minor supporting role. Directed by Terence Young, and written and produced by Mickey Delamar, the film was adapted from a stage play written by Philip King.

Gals, Incorporated (1943)

Gals, Incorporated is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by Edward Dein. The film stars Leon Errol, Harriet Nelson, Grace McDonald, David Bacon, Betty Kean, Maureen Cannon and Lillian Cornell. The film was released on July 9, 1943, by Universal Pictures. The film included the singing group The Pied Pipers.

Gangs of Chicago (1940)

Gangs of Chicago is a 1940 film, starring Lloyd Nolan, Barton MacLane, Lola Lane, Ray Middleton, Astrid Allwyn, and Horace McMahon. Alan Ladd has a small uncredited role.

The Bear and the Beavers (1942)

Barney Bear decides the best way to obtain firewood for the winter is to steal it from a community of industrious beavers.

Forgotten Girls (1940)

Forgotten Girls is a 1940 American crime film directed by Phil Rosen and written by F. Hugh Herbert, Joseph Moncure March and George Beck. The film stars Louise Platt, Donald Woods, Wynne Gibson, Robert Armstrong, Eduardo Ciannelli and Jack La Rue. The film was released on March 15, 1940, by Republic Pictures.

Jadoo (2013)

Jadoo is a food-feud family comedy feature film set in Leicester, released in cinemas on 6 September 2013. It is written and directed by filmmaker Amit Gupta. It tells the story of two brothers, Raja and Jagi, who are both chefs, but fall out catastrophically. They set up rival restaurants, on opposite sides of Belgrave Road in Leicester; one cooking starters and the other main courses, and refuse to talk to one another. Raja’s daughter Shalini, attempts to get the brothers talking again. She hatches a plan and asks them to work together to cook her a perfect Indian wedding banquet.

Sleeping Man (1996)

Sleeping Man is a 1996 Japanese film directed by Kōhei Oguri. The film stars Ahn Sung-ki, Christine Hakim, and Kōji Yakusho. The music is by Toshio Hosokawa. It is produced by Hiroshi Fujikura and Kiyoshi Kenmochi.

Fear of Fiction (2000)

Young novelist Sigrid Anderssen (Melissa Leo) is plunged into a strange world of sleepy madness when she tries to fix her writer’s block. To clear her mind, she answers an ad in the newspaper placed by Red, a man who is driving cross-country and needs a partner. Along the way, they pick up Red’s identical twin brother, Tom, and the three embark on a surreal journey, providing a new outlook on life for Sigrid and more writing material than she ever bargained for.

Gallant Lady (1942)

Gallant Lady is a 1942 American drama film directed by William Beaudine. It stars Rose Hobart, Sidney Blackmer, Claire Rochelle, and Lynn Starr.

The Gentle Trap (1960)

On his first burglary, a locksmith finds himself on the run after his accomplice is run down by another band of thugs after the haul. Realising that his girlfriend has double-crossed him for a seedy nightclub owner, the lad ends up with the loot in a flat above a clip joint hiding out from both police and crooks. But the girls living there seem about as trustworthy as his own bird turned out to be.

Guess What Happened to Count Dracula? (1970)

An aspiring actor offers his girlfriend to Dracula, owner of a prominent Hollywood disco, in exchange for success.

Four More Years (2010)

David Holst has been the favourite to become the next Prime Minister of Sweden. However, after a shocking turnaround at the polls, he is left on the sidelines, where he meets Martin: charming, bright, fun-loving…and the state secretary to the new Prime Minister! David navigates a newly found sexuality and a political divide: should he give up his marriage and career for a social democrat who’s had more one night stands than David’s had votes? Official Selection Seattle International Film Festival 2011

Three Brothers (2014)

Three brothers -- Chibut (Shakir Vilyoumov), Tera (Bulat Mazhagulov) and Kazanbas (Bakhtiyour Kuatbae) -- live in a small, dull village in rural Kazakhstan. However, working in the nearby train stockyard, the elderly Klein (Kasym Zhakibayev) fills their heads with tales of a mythical bordello in the mountains, containing only beautiful women and happiness. Determined to reach such a place, the brothers manage to steal one of the trains -- except the only thing that awaits them is danger.

Boo Moon (1954)

Boo Moon is a theatrical cartoon short produced in 1953 and released on New Year's Day 1954 in 3D format as a Stereotoon. It was produced by Famous Studios for the Stereotoon series featuring Casper the Friendly Ghost and distributed by Paramount Pictures.

Voices from the Front (1992)

Efforts by AIDS activists and patients to increase funding and research and to promote public awareness of the disease.

General Orders No. 9 (2011)

Filmmaker Robert Persons mourns the loss of the Deep South's wilderness areas to the ever-increasing encroachment of civilization.

Biquefarre (1984)

Biquefarre is a 1983 French docufiction film, written and directed by Georges Rouquier, about the uncertain future facing a small farm in Aveyron. The film revisits characters first documented by Rouquier in his 1947 film Farrebique.

Code of the Mounted (1935)

Code of the Mounted is a 1935 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

Heater (1999)

Ben (Gary Farmer) and The Man (Stephen Ouimette) are homeless during an icy Canadian winter. Their only hope for salvation is an unopened space heater -- still in its box -- that they share. The problem is they don't have anywhere to plug it into. They decide to trek to a shopping mall to redeem their sole possession for cash. It's a negligible sum, but the idea motivates them. What follows is a journey to the mall, in which they meet a plethora of quirky characters.

The Fatherless (2011)

The Fatherless (German: Die Vaterlosen) is a 2011 Austrian drama film written and directed by Marie Kreutzer. It is Kreutzer's debut film and it won a Special Mention at the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival.

Riot Acts: Flaunting Gender Deviance in Music Performance (2010)

The lives of transgender and gender-variant musicians.

North Star (1925)

North Star is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Paul Powell and starring Virginia Lee Corbin, Stuart Holmes and Ken Maynard. It was made as a showcase for Strongheart the Dog, a rival of Rin Tin Tin. Future star Clark Gable appeared in a supporting role.

Blitz Wolf (1942)

In this cartoon, the pigs go to war against Adolf Wolf, who is set on invading their country, Pigmania.

Sirens and Screams (2015)

Citizens of a city ravaged by poverty and crisis search for the corpse of a wealthy man.

One Humanity (2014)

The story of how the world came to focus on a single cause, ending apartheid in South Africa.

American Relapse (2019)

Filmmakers follow two recovering addicts for 72 hours as they try to help other users quit.

One Last Look (2012)

After a party in the African bush, a woman awakes to discover her missing sister has been taken captive by a psychotic serial killer.

A Journey to the Fumigated Towns (2018)

Filmmaker Fernando E. Solanas journeys across seven Argentine provinces and investigates the fallout from agricultural toxins.

Law of the Range (1941)

Law of the Range is a 1941 American film directed by Ray Taylor using a screenplay by Sherman L. Lowe which is based on a story by Charles E. Barnes. The film starred Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Nell O'Day, and Riley Hill.

Malchik i golub (1961)

Bodigaado Kiba: Shura no mokushiroku 2 (1995)

Red Persimmon (1997)

Time Machine: When Cowboys Were King (2003)

The Man in White Part 2: Requiem for the Lion (2003)

Mort à Vignole (1998)

Fuckland (2000)

Fuckland is a 2000 Argentine comedy-drama film. It was written and directed by José Luis Márques. The picture was executive produced by Diego Dubcovsky, and produced by Edi Flehner and Mariano Suez. The film was shot on digital video and is the first Latin American film to follow the avant garde Dogme 95 movement minimalist guidelines.

Experience (1970)

Homecoming (2013)

Sluzhu Sovetskomu Soyuzu! (2012)

The other of us (2012)

Home (1998)

Truth in Motion: The US Ski Team's Road to Vancouver (2010)

Time Out With Britney Spears (1999)

A Family Circus Christmas (1979)

Thugs (1998)

DCI Tour Premiere (2016)

I Won't Love You to Death: The Story of Mario and His Mom (2007)

God's Trombones (2012)

Shake City 101 (2003)

Real Tomb Hunters: Snakes, Curses and Booby Traps (2006)

Lost: The Mystery of Flight 447 (2010)

Devil Come To Hell And Stay Where You Belong (2008)

Brenda Starr, Reporter (1945)

Brenda Starr, Reporter (1945) was the 25th film serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was inspired by Brenda Starr, Reporter, a popular comic strip created by Dale Messick. The title role was played by Joan Woodbury, who had similar roles in feature films for Columbia and Monogram.

Gam Gam (2015)

La Martinique aux Martiniquais, l'affaire de l'O.J.A.M. (2012)

Absolute Magick: Occult Secrets Of The Masters (2015)

Til Death Do Us Part (2008)

Untitled Neill Blomkamp Alien Project (2017)

Collage (1975)

Zuo ri jin ri ming ri (1970)

Official 2012 World Series Film (2012)

O Homem Du Futuro (2011)