Rescue Wings (2008)

Just Kids (2006)

Ojala Val del Omar (1994)

Bonsai Masterclass - Maple Bonsai (2014)

The Secret Life of Bob Monkhouse (2011)

Fiat Empire (2006)

Violin Power (1978)

The Wildhearts - Live At Scarborough Castle (2006)

An Odyssey of the North (1914)

An Odyssey of the North is a 1914 American adventure film directed by Hobart Bosworth and written by Hettie Grey Baker and Hobart Bosworth. The film stars Hobart Bosworth, Rhea Haines and Gordon Sackville. It is based on the short story "An Odyssey of the North" by Jack London. The film was released on September 3, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.

Counting Sheep (2004)

Rabbit Punch (1948)

Rabbit Punch is a Warner Bros. cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny, released in 1948. The work features a boxing match between "Battling McGook" (identified as "The Crusher" in subsequent cartoons) and Bugs Bunny.

Semi-dokyumento- Zoku nyotai no shinpi (1975)

Heroes of World Class (2006)

Echo of Silence (2008)

Orchard Street (1955)

Kecoh Betul (2010)

Il dolce rumore della vita (1999)

Il dolce rumore della vita (internationally released as The Sweet Sounds of Life) is a 1999 Italian romance-drama film directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci. It premiered at the 56th Venice International Film Festival, and entered the competition at the 1999 Mar del Plata Film Festival, in which Bertolucci was awarded as best director.

Martyris (2010)

Kapital (2007)

Virtual Reality (1993)

The Dark, Krystle (2013)

Tempest Aside (2014)

Lu, Gua Bro! (2014)

Female Teacher: Sweet Life (1973)

Love and Fashion (1960)

A Girl from the Abroad (1999)

Pen Pal (2006)

Leningrad Retrospective (1990)

River Madness (2000)

Meet the Wildcat (1940)

Meet the Wildcat is an American 1940 Mystery film directed by Arthur Lubin starring Ralph Bellamy and Margaret Lindsay.

My Boyfriend, The Sex Tourist (2007)

The Head of a Pin (2004)

Sex Secrets (1968)

Kôshoku bôzu yon-hachi jû-te kiri (1969)

La notte di Pasquino (2003)

Similo (2010)

The Young Butler (2011)

BNSF (2013)

Cuidado con las señoras (1968)

Lola, the Coalgirl (1952)

Lola the Coalgirl (Spanish: Lola, la piconera) is a 1952 Spanish historical musical film directed by Luis Lucia and starring Juanita Reina, Virgilio Teixeira and Manuel Luna. It was part of a series of patriotic historical films produced by CIFESA, Spain's biggest film company of the era. Other examples include Madness for Love (1948) and Agustina of Aragon. The film's sets were designed by the German-born art director Sigfrido Burmann. Shooting began in June 1950, with filming at a Madrid studio and on location in Cadiz. On release the film was a moderate hit, but because of its large budget it had not returned all of its cost several years later.

Forbidden Technique (1966)

Backtime (1998)

Shadows of the Mind (1979)

Nabucco (1985)

Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces (2006)

Locura de amor (1948)

Madness for Love (Spanish:Locura de amor) is a 1948 Spanish historical drama film directed by Juan de Orduña. The movie is based on the play La Locura de Amor written in 1855 by Manuel Tamayo y Baus around the figure of Queen Joanna of Castile; who attracted authors, composers, and artists of the romanticist movement, due to her characteristics of unrequited love, obsessive jealousy, and undying fidelity. In 2001, Vicente Aranda made a remake titled Juana la Loca.

Electronic Moon No.2 (1966)

The Bear Dodger (1948)

Weder-weder lang 'yan (1999)

The Final Hour (1936)

The Final Hour is a 1936 American drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

The Callers (2012)

Fly, Kite Fly (2015)

Damas do Samba (2015)

Brasil: A Nation Expects (2014)

Ai no kajitsu (2014)

Sag' die Wahrheit (1946)

Tell the Truth (German: Sag' die Wahrheit) is a 1946 German comedy film directed by Helmut Weiss and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Mady Rahl, and Ingeborg von Kusserow. The film had a troubled production, and was originally filming in the final days of the Nazi era with Heinz Rühmann and his wife Hertha Feiler in the lead roles. Production was halted when Soviet forces took control of the Tempelhof Studios during the Battle of Berlin. The film was then remade in the British sector of Berlin with different leads but using substantial amounts of footage already shot during the previous production. The film's sets were designed by Ernst H. Albrecht.

The Murder Party (1935)

The Night of the Party is a 1934 British mystery thriller film directed by Michael Powell and starring Leslie Banks, Ian Hunter, Jane Baxter, Ernest Thesiger and Malcolm Keen. In the United States it was released as The Murder Party. It was made at the Lime Grove Studios in Shepherd's Bush. The art direction was by Alfred Junge, later a regular contributor to the films of Powell and Pressburger.

Prinzessin Turandot (1934)

Princess Turandot (German:Prinzessin Turandot) is a 1934 German comedy film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Käthe von Nagy and Willy Fritsch. A separate French-language version Turandot, Princess of China was also released. The script, by Thea von Harbou, includes elements of Puccini's opera Turandot and Friedrich Schiller's adaptation of Carlo Gozzi's 1762 play Turandot. The film sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig. The music was by Franz Doelle with song lyrics by Bruno Balz and C. Amberg (including the opening Turandot, bezaubernde Turandot - 'enchanting Turandot'), and the sound engineer was Dr. Fritz Seidel.

Sins of Pompeii (1950)

The Last Days of Pompeii (1950) (French: Les Derniers Jours de Pompéi) (Italian: Gli ultimi giorni di Pompei) is a black and white French-Italian drama film, directed by Marcel L'Herbier "in collaboration with" Paolo Moffa, who was also the director of production. It was adapted from Edward Bulwer-Lytton's novel The Last Days of Pompeii. The film has also been known as Sins of Pompeii.

Sons of Adventure (1948)

Sons of Adventure is a 1948 American Western film directed by Yakima Canutt, written by Franklin Adreon and Sol Shor, and starring Lynne Roberts, Russell Hayden, Gordon Jones, Grant Withers, George Chandler and Roy Barcroft. It was released on September 1, 1948, by Republic Pictures.

In the Spotlight (1935)

Billie Gets Her Man (1948)

Hafenmelodie (1950)

Harbour Melody (German: Hafenmelodie) is a 1950 West German crime film directed by Hans Müller and starring Kirsten Heiberg, Paul Henckels and Catja Görna. It is part of a group of postwar German film noirs. A gang of criminals plan a raid on a warehouse. It was shot at the Wandsbek Studios in Hamburg. The film's sets were designed by the art director Herbert Kirchhoff.

A Sight of Light (1943)

Traces of Light (Spanish:Huella de luz) is a 1943 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil on his directing debut. It is based on a novel by Wenceslao Fernández Flórez.

Christina Aguilera & Demi Lovato: Fall in Line (2018)

Baby Frankenstein (2018)

Propios y extraños (2010)

Known Strangers is a Spanish-German-Argentine omnibus film directed by Spanish helmer Manolo González. Filmed from a screenplay by Manolo González and Guillermo Santana. The movie traces the actions of fourteen principal characters, both in parallel and occasionally connected by a radio program that everybody is following. The role of chance and luck is central to the film, and many of the stories concern violence and infidelity.

The Hand of pleasure (1971)

Hunting Time (1988)

Hunting Time (Turkish: Av Zamanı) is a 1988 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral about the 1980 Turkish coup d'état. It was entered into the 38th Berlin International Film Festival.

A Perfect Child of Satan (2012)

Stompa forelsker seg (1965)

Downtime (1985)

El ultimo perro (1956)

El Último perro is a 1956 Argentine film directed by Lucas Demare. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

Images from the Corner (2003)

A Fan (1968)

City Beneath the Waves - Pavlopetri (2011)

Mistik (2003)

Olli (2013)

PilotsEYE.tv München - San Francisco (2007)

Aquarium (2005)

The Black Cat (1966)

My Green Fedora (1935)

My Green Fedora is a 1935 Merrie Melodies animated short film short directed by Friz Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger and animated by Chuck Jones and Robert Clampett. The film was released in the United States on May 4, 1935. It features a song, "I'm Wearin' My Green Fedora," written by songwriters, Al Sherman, Al Lewis, and Joseph Meyer specially for this short.

Sea Swallow'd (2010)

Rain (2012)

The Complete History of America (abridged) (2005)

Winter (2013)

The Accidental Death of an Anarchist (1983)

Mr. Pecksniff Fetches the Doctor (1904)

Mi alazán tostao (1922)

Zombio (1999)

Shadow of the House (2007)

Hughie Green, Most Sincerely (2008)

Beauty Shoppe (1940)

I-Ski Love-Ski You-Ski (1936)

For Better or Worser (1935)

Ladius (1987)

A Dog's Love (1914)

A Dog's Love is a 1914 American short silent fantasy film with subtitles, directed by Jack Harvey on his directorial debut. It stars Shep the Dog, Helen Badgley, and Arthur Bauer. The film is about a dog who loses his best friend, when a young girl is killed in an automobile accident, and focuses on his emotions in dealing with his loss. Well-received because of its "universally appealing" theme, the dog's emotions were reported as surpassing the child's histrionics. The film was shot on one reel by the Thanhouser Company, 1,007 feet (307 m) in total. It was shot in standard 35mm and a spherical 1.37:1 format. It was distributed by the Mutual Film Corporation upon release. Kitty Kelly of The Chicago Tribune called it a "miniature masterpiece." Copies of the film are in the Museum of Modern Art of New York City and the National Film, Television and Sound Archive of Ottawa film archive.

Battle in Hell (1989)

Dinofish (2013)

Robbie Williams: Live at Slane Castle (1999)