The Forgetting: A Portrait of Alzheimer's (2004)

Brecha (2009)

Brecha is a 2009 Spanish drama film written and directed by Iván Noel and starring Francisco Alfonsin. It is Noel's sophomore feature film effort, following his critically acclaimed directorial debut En tu ausencia.

The Museum of Modern Art (1984)

Arnold Rides His Chair (1991)

Alaska's Silver Millions (1936)

Thou Shalt Laugh 5 (2011)

Guarani, People of the Selva (2006)

Queen's Greatest Flix (1981)

Love (2014)

Cyberscape: A Computer Animation Vision (1997)

We're in the Navy Now (1926)

We're in the Navy Now is a 1926 American silent comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starring Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton. Beery and Hatton previously appeared as a comedy team in Sutherland's Behind the Front and are reunited here. An abridged version of the film survives.

The Wildcat of Tucson (1940)

The Wildcat of Tucson is a 1940 American western film directed by Lambert Hillyer, starring Bill Elliott as "Wild Bill" Hickok and Evelyn Young as Vivian Barlow. The film was produced and released by Columbia Pictures. A feature film, the length of the movie is 59 minutes.

My Son Is Guilty (1939)

My Son Is Guilty is a 1939 American action adventure crime film, starring Bruce Cabot and Glenn Ford, directed by Charles Barton and released by Columbia Pictures.

Spanking Breezes (1926)

The Importance of Being Earnest (2015)

Living Dolls: The Making of a Child Beauty Queen (2001)

Living Dolls: The Making of a Child Beauty Queen is a 2001 HBO documentary film on Child beauty pageants directed by Shari Cookson.

Time Warp (2007)

HipHopBattle.com: Hip Hop 4 Life (2007)

Michael Jackson: Bad (1987)

Ridendo e scherzando (2015)

RocketKitKongoKit (1986)

Time Flies (1997)

Luxury (2008)

Screen Test #1 (1965)

The Orphan Duck (1939)

Black (2008)

Casey Jones (2011)

Casey Jones, also known as Casey Jones: The Movie, is a short fan film written, filmed, edited and directed by Polaris Banks based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles characters. The film premiered August 14, 2011 in Austin, Texas at the Marchesa Hall & Theater, and on the internet on September 18, 2011.

Ol' King Cotton (1930)

George Dewey Washington plays a cotton plantation hand who moves to Harlem to avoid heavy work, but finds that the only job available to him is with a moving company where he has to do just as much lifting and lugging. Washington was one of the few black performers of his day who travelled on the white vaudeville circuit.

A Journey to Avebury (1971)

The Seducers (1962)

The Gambler's Ruin (1913)

Filmmaker (1986)

The Racket Buster (1948)

The Nth Commandment (1923)

The Nth Commandment is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Frank Borzage and starring Colleen Moore. It is based on a story, The Nth Commandment, by Fannie Hurst, a well-known novelist of the day.The film's title jests somewhat Cecil B. DeMille's upcoming epic The Ten Commandments (1923) which was released later that same year. An incomplete copy of the film is in the Library of Congress collection.

Flat Out (1975)

Union Square (2003)

Symphony in Slang (1951)

"Symphony in Slang" is a 1951 cartoon short directed by Tex Avery, written by Rich Hogan and released with the movie No Questions Asked by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Minimalist and abstract in style (many of the "gags" are created either with single, still frames or limited animation), it tells the story of a man John Brown, who finds himself at the Pearly Gates explaining the story of his life to a bewildered Saint Peter and Noah Webster using slang of that era. The majority of the short is made up of sight gags based on Peter and Webster's imagined, literal understandings of such phrases as "I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth" and "Outside it was raining cats and dogs."

Sad Clown (2014)

Beat (1958)

Hollywood in Trouble (1988)

Silent Night: The Story of the Christmas Carol (1953)

Yangon Calling (2012)

Here I Am (2010)

This is Justin Bieber (2011)

Pelli Kaanuka (1960)

Miami Manhunt (2008)

The Secret KGB UFO Abduction Files (2000)

Parking (2003)

Blue Fire (2002)

Vachathi (2012)

Vachathi is a Tamil feature film based on the Vachathi case. Kumari Talkies and Rethna Films jointly produced Vachaathi, written and directed by Ravithambi. Rethna Ramesh is the hero, and Tharushana, the heroine. Y. G. Mahendra, Pandu, Balu Anand, Nellai Siva and Kuyili form the supporting cast. Gurusiva has handled the camera, while Jack Vathsan has scored the music. C. Punniya has written the lyrics. S. P. Ahamed is in charge of editing. The story is based on the Vachathi incident that took place years ago. DSP Jagannathan, the man who fought for justice in the case, and Shanmugham, president of the people's association in Vachathi, play important roles in the film. Director Ameer released the first audio CD, which was received by director S. P. Jananathan.

Texas Gold (2008)

Secret of Outlaw Flats (1953)

Call of the West (1930)

Eagle of the Night (1928)

Eagle of the Night is a 1928 American drama film serial directed by James F. Fulton.

The Chill Factor (1993)

The Degenerates (1967)

Gumbasia (1955)

Gumbasia, a 3-minute 10 second short film produced in 1953 and released on September 2, 1955, was the first clay animation produced by Art Clokey, who went on to create the classic series, Gumby and Davey and Goliath, using the same technique. Then, a TV series based on the short, titled Fun in Gumbasia, will be released in summer 2017. Clokey created Gumbasia while studying at the University of Southern California under the direction of Slavko Vorkapić. The film was a surreal short of pulsating shapes and lumps of clay set to music in a parody of Walt Disney's Fantasia. Gumbasia was created in a style Vorkapić taught called Kinesthetic Film Principles. Described as "massaging of the eye cells" this technique, based on camera movements and stop-motion editing, is responsible for much of the look and feel later seen in Gumby films. When Clokey showed Gumbasia to film producer Sam Engel in 1955, Engel decided to fund a 15-minute short film that became the first Gumby episode—"Gumby Goes to the Moon".

Fort Knox: Secrets Revealed (2007)

Mexican Baseball (1947)

Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937)

Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves is a two-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Popeye Color Feature series, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on November 26, 1937 by Paramount Pictures. It was produced by Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios, Inc. and directed by Dave Fleischer. Willard Bowsky was head animator, with musical supervision by Sammy Timberg. The voice of Popeye is performed by Jack Mercer, with additional voices by Mae Questel as Olive Oyl, Lou Fleischer as J. Wellington Wimpy and Gus Wickie as Abu Hassan. Popeye is enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard and did not enlist in the Navy until 1941 in the Fleischer short The Mighty Navy.

Lion Army (2009)

A Comedy in Six Unnatural Acts (1975)

A Change of Complexion (1914)

Six Gun Justice (1935)

Night of the Assassin (1980)

Boz Scaggs: Greatest Hits Live (2004)

2069 A.D. (1969)

The Happy Cobblers (1952)

Suffrage and the Man (1912)

Sex and Violence (1997)

Bolevoy Priyom (1992)

Decoding the Past: Doomsday 2012 - The End of Days (2007)

Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview (1971)

Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview is the name given to the 9 December 1971 edition of The Pierre Berton Show, which featured actor Bruce Lee in his only English speaking television interview. Its title is derived from its status; it was presumed lost for several years until its rediscovery and airing on 2 November 1994.

Terminal Rage (2014)

Na ge bu gou (1999)

Orange Drive (2011)

Ich spüre deine Haut (1969)

El día de los Albañiles III (1987)

Sub Terra (2003)

Too Much Heart (1992)

Ode to the Dawn of Man (2011)

Être là (2012)

Yang gui zi (1987)

Alanis Morissette: Guardian Angel Tour 2012 Live (2012)

The Body Beautiful (1991)

The Road: A Story of Life & Death (2013)

The Hunter (2011)

The Hunter is a 2011 Russian drama film directed by Bakur Bakuradze. It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

Because (2013)

Because follows twenty two pro athletes around the globe through the deepest snow, biggest cliffs, and most intense adventures our cameras have seen.

Love and She (2016)

My Life Between the Worms (2017)

Kaos (1984)

Kaos (originally Chaos in the US) is a 1984 Italian drama film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani based on short stories by Luigi Pirandello (1867–1936). The film's title is after Pirandello's explanation of the local name Càvusu of the woods near his birthplace in the neighborhood of Girgenti (Agrigento), on the southern coast of Sicily, as deriving from the ancient Greek word kaos.

Mao Zedong 1949 (2019)

Mao Zedong 1949 is a 2019 Chinese historical film directed by Huang Jianxin and Ning Haiqiang. The film stars Tang Guoqiang as Mao Zedong, alongside Liu Jing, Huang Jingyu and Wang Likun. The film picks up the history of the leaders of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, as they prepare to establish the People's Republic at a villa in Beijing's Fragrant Hills in 1949. The film was released in China on September 20, 2019.

Workout (1982)

Guerra Civil (2010)

The Metropolitan Opera Live In HD: Manon (2019)

Massenet’s tale of passion, excess, and their consequences stars rising soprano Lisette Oropesa in the effervescent title role. Tenor Michael Fabiano is her ardent admirer, Chevalier des Grieux, with Maurizio Benini conducting Laurent Pelly’s enchanting production.

Death Will Come and Shall Have Your Eyes (2019)

Alibi (2008)

Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami (1988)

Lovers (2014)

Los Parchís contra el inventor invisible (1981)