DEFCON: The Documentary (2013)

Saving Ronald Reagan (2006)

The Ghost Story (1979)

Suppressed Duck (1965)

Suppressed Duck is a 1965 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon starring Daffy Duck. The cartoon short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by David Detiege. It is Daffy Duck's only solo cartoon in the DePatie–Freleng series. This marks the final time Daffy appears solo, as well as the final time he says his catchphrase: "You're despicable."

Semi-dokyumento: Maruhi panma (1974)

Man and Woman Behind the Fusuma Screen: Enduring Skin (1974)

Champs de Mars (1900)

About Animal And People (2008)

A Walk in the Old City of Warsaw (1958)

Pardon My Accident (1938)

40 Days of Silence (2014)

Pai in Love (2009)

Das Spukhaus (2003)

Der Traum des Bildhauers (1907)

Bajo en nicotina (1984)

Japanese-English Pictionary (1989)

A Pinch in Time (1948)

Black Sheep (2010)

Introspective (2017)

Light Cavalry (1935)

Light Cavalry (German:Leichte Kavallerie) is a 1935 German musical film directed by Werner Hochbaum and starring Marika Rökk, Heinz von Cleve and Fritz Kampers. A separate French-language version Light Cavalry was also released with Mona Goya in the starring role. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Karl Böhm and Erich Czerwonski

The Great Game of Men (2017)

Artisten (1935)

Artisten (aka Harry Piel's 100. film or Prince of the arena) is a German circus movie from 1934 to 1935 starring Susi Lanner, Hans Junkermann, Hilde Hildebrand and Harry Piel, who also acted as director. The screenplay was written by Max W. Kimmich after the silent movie The secret of the circus Barré.

Der himmlische Walzer (1949)

Rare Essence: Work the Walls (1992)

Shunko (1960)

Shunko is a 1960 Argentine film directed by Lautaro Murúa. It won the Silver Condor Award for Best Film.

Miss Diamond (1998)

Finding Francis (2012)

The Werewolf Game: Lovers (2017)

Love Copyright (2015)

In the Moment (2019)

The Women of Doctor Who (2012)

UFOs Over Hawaii (2013)

Bikini Ramen (2013)

Doomed (1953)

Carcerato is a 1951 Italian melodrama film directed by Armando Grottini (credited as Armando Zorri).

The Rabbi Who Found Messiah (2013)

Mangal Deep (1989)

Fantasma d'amore (1981)

Fantasma d'amore is a 1981 Italian drama film directed by Dino Risi.

Fratelli e sorelle (1992)

Fratelli e sorelle, internationally released as Brothers and Sisters, is an Italian drama film directed by Pupi Avati. It entered the 1992 Venice Film Festival. For her performance in this film Paola Quattrini won a Nastro d'Argento for Best supporting Actress.

The Mad King of Taipei (2017)

Island Songs (2017)

Dig or Die (2002)

In bici senza sella (2016)

Warriors (2015)

Let's Be Famous (1939)

Let's Be Famous is a 1939 British comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Jimmy O'Dea, Betty Driver and Sonnie Hale. It was made by Ealing Studios, with shooting beginning in November 1938. The film's art direction was by the Austrian Oscar Werndorff, in his final production.

Dynamite Dan (1924)

Dynamite Dan is a 1924 American drama film directed by Bruce M. Mitchell and featuring Boris Karloff. Prints of this film survive.

Selling Shorts (1931)

The Fighting Marines (1935)

The Fighting Marines (1935) is a Mascot movie serial. It was the last serial ever produced by Mascot. The studio was bought out and merged with others to become Republic Pictures. This new company went on to become the most famous of the serial producing studios, starting with Darkest Africa in 1936. Future Republic Producer Franklin Adreon first became involved with serials with this production. The former regular Marine then a Marine Corps Reserve officer was a technical consultant and played the small role of Captain Holmes in the later chapters.

Bakhita (2009)

Don't Stop My Crazy Love for You (1993)

Looking Past You (2012)

Playing Burton (2013)

George Lucas: Maker of Films (1971)

Protek the Weakerist (1937)

The Football Toucher Downer (1937)

The Home Owner (1961)

Busman's Holiday (1961)

Who Scent You? (1960)

Who Scent You? is a 1960 cartoon produced by Warner Bros. featuring Pepé Le Pew and Penelope Pussycat.

Ballyhooey (1960)

Ballyhooey is the 99th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on April 20, 1960, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.

Dreamaholic (2009)

A Visit to Santa (1963)

A Visit to Santa is a 12-minute live action American children's Christmas film produced for distribution at the end of 1963. Other than the opening text, "CLEM WILLIAMS FILMS presents A Visit To Santa", there are no other credits.

Beaver People (1930)

Early Amateur Sound Film (1937)

Love Hunter: Lust (1973)

The Tiny One Makes it Big (1929)

Oh Wonderful Utamaro! (1974)

Cardillac (1970)

Cardillac is a 1969 West German drama film directed by Edgar Reitz, starring Hans-Christian Blech and Catana Cayetano. It tells the story of a goldsmith who is so obsessed with his own craft that he murders his customers. The film is a modern adaptation of E. T. A. Hoffmann's novella Mademoiselle de Scuderi. (Composer Paul Hindemith also used the novella as the basis of his 1926 opera Cardillac.)

Crazeologie (1954)

The Fjällbacka Murders: The Queen of Lights (2013)

Patriotic Popeye (1957)

La cigüeña metálica (2013)

The Semester We Loved Kim Novak (1980)

Semi-dokyumento: Kinpatsu-gari (1973)

Phantom of the Horse Opera (1961)

Dokyumento-poruno: Chikan onna yu nozoki (1975)

How to Choose a Royal Bride (1985)

The Daring Nun (1968)

The Sunnyboy (2013)

Caiçara (1950)

Caiçara is a 1950 Brazilian drama film co-directed by Adolfo Celi, Tom Payne, and John Waterhouse.

Betsy Ross Dance (1903)

Photographing a Country Couple (1901)

The Next Challenge (1995)

Larry the Cable Guy's Christmas Spectacular (2007)

Fetus (2008)

Bedsitters (1974)

The Elevator (2011)

Sarah Sloane: The Rash (2012)

Vow of Death (2007)

Oz: The Tin Woodman's Dream (1967)

January (2013)

Forget Love for Now (1937)

Tiny Dancer (2005)

Lost Continent (1955)

Continente Perduto (aka Lost Continent and Continent Perdu) is a 1955 Italian documentary film about Maritime Southeast Asia including Borneo.

So Pretty (2012)

Inklings, Issue 12 (1925)

Tom Thumb in the Land of the Giants (1999)

Drive: My Life in Skateboarding (2003)

The Dare (1965)

A Mysterious World (2011)

A Mysterious World (Spanish: Un mundo misterioso) is 2011 Argentine drama film directed by Rodrigo Moreno. The film premiered In Competition at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival and was nominated for the Golden Bear.

Action (1980)

Action is a 1980 Italian black comedy directed by Tinto Brass. The film is reminiscent of the director's earlier avant-garde low-budget works such as The Howl and Nerosubianco. Brass faced many difficulties in Italy due to lawsuits concerning the production of Caligula so he filmed Action in London in 1979.

And She Learned About Dames (1934)