The Visage (2004)
Looking Past You (2012)
Autour de la roue (1923)
To My Mother and Father (2010)
False Hare (1964)
False Hare is a 1964 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes animated short starring Bugs Bunny and the Big Bad Wolf who had previously appeared in Now Hare This (with a special cameo appearance by Foghorn Leghorn). Released on July 18, 1964, the cartoon was written by John W. Dunn and directed by Robert McKimson.
This cartoon was the last production completed by the original Warner Bros. Cartoons studio, and is also the last to feature the "target" opening and closing title cards, and the long-familiar version of the "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" theme as well as being the last Bugs Bunny cartoon released during the Golden Age of Animation. It was also the last Bugs Bunny short until 1990.
Busman's Holiday (1961)
Horse Hare (1960)
Horse Hare is a Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny cartoon released on February 13, 1960. It stars Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam. This cartoon reuses the plot from Tom Tom Tomcat. It was the first Bugs Bunny cartoon of the 1960s.
Pickpocket King (2011)
Fille du calvaire (2012)
Butterscotch and Soda (1948)
Royal Babylon: The Criminal Record of the British Monarchy (2012)
Kabar Gembira (2009)
Switch: A Tale of Humility & Despair (2013)
Koi no karyudo: Yokubo (1973)
Pesky Pelican (1963)
Dog Days: The Making of 'Cujo' (2007)
Miss Nightingale (1974)
The name Florence Nightingale calls to mind "The Lady with the Lamp", the saintly, dedicated spinster who devoted her life to selflessly nursing the sick. The real woman was a far more complex and fascinating character, the product of a typically rigid Victorian background, yet an outstanding social reformer who challenged the statesmen of the day to fight for the causes she passionately believed in. Writer John Bowen is fascinated by this contradiction of her personality. His acclaimed drama, told in flashback through the eyes of a modern day student of her legacy, explores the psychological motivations and romantic misconceptions that surround the life of Miss Nightingale.
The Janitor (1974)
Fleets of Stren'th (1942)
Paramount Victory Short No. T2-2: We Refuse to Die (1942)
Flames in the Valley (1967)
Flame in the Valley (Hangul: 산불; RR: Sanbul) is a 1967 South Korean film directed by Kim Soo-yong. It was awarded Best Film at the Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony.
Visions Of Sicily (2009)
Dialogue of Shadows (2013)
Dialogue d'ombres is a 2013 French-Swiss short drama film directed by Jean-Marie Straub, starring Cornelia Geiser and Bertrand Brouder. It follows a man and a woman who converse about love and the weight of history. The film is based on a short story by Georges Bernanos.
Eurythmics Live By Request (2000)
Eccojam A3 (2010)
Ants - Nature's Secret Power (2004)
The Erotic and Wacky Tunnel of Time (1983)
The Offspring: Greatest Hits (2005)
The Pop Show (1966)
The Fox Hunt (1936)
Admeto, re di Tessaglia (2006)
Orson Welles in Spain (1966)
Parallel Space: Inter-View (1992)
El poder del Shakti (1996)
David Hockney: Secret Knowledge (2003)
Ich brauche Dich (1944)
I Need You (German:Ich brauche dich) is a 1944 German comedy film directed by Hans Schweikart and starring Marianne Hoppe, Willy Birgel and Paul Dahlke. A conductor and his actress wife enjoy a stormy relationship due to their clashing working commitments.
Greek Mirthology (1954)
Final Exit (2014)
Sirithu Vazha Vendum (1974)
Raja Mukthi (1948)
Fool's Company, Live In Holland 2002 (2003)
Global Storming (2000)
Every Other Time (2011)
The Third Reich, in Color (1998)
El salario del crimen (1964)
The Smoking Trails (1924)
Commencement Day (1924)
Commencement Day is a 1924 short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 25th Our Gang short subject released.
Cradle Robbers (1924)
Cradle Robbers is a 1924 short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 26th Our Gang short subject released.
Jimi Hendrix: The Uncut Story (2004)
The Silent Command (1923)
The Silent Command is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by J. Gordon Edwards and features Bela Lugosi as a foreign saboteur in his American film debut. The film, written by Anthony Paul Kelly and Rufus King, also stars Edmund Lowe. The film depicts the story of Benedict Hisston (Lugosi), who is part of a plot to destroy the Panama Canal. Initially unable to obtain necessarily intelligence from Richard Decatur (Lowe), a captain in the United States Navy, he enlists the aid of femme fatale Peg Williams (Martha Mansfield). Decatur pretends to be seduced into the conspiracy, costing him his career and marriage, but ultimately betrays the saboteurs in Panama and stops their plan. He returns home to the Navy and his wife, and to popular acclaim for his heroics. The film was produced in cooperation with the Navy and was intended as a propaganda film to encourage support for a larger navy. It began Lugosi's career in the American movie industry. Unlike most Fox Film productions of the silent era, several copies of The Silent Command have survived, and it is available in on home video.
Peg o' My Heart (1922)
Peg o' My Heart is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by King Vidor and starring Laurette Taylor. It is based on the 1912 play written by Taylor's husband J. Hartley Manners. The play starred Laurette Taylor and famously ran a record number of performances on Broadway. Six reels of the original eight reels survive at the Library of Congress.
Autopsy of the Dead (2009)
Love's Prisoner (1919)
Love's Prisoner is a 1919 American silent crime drama film starring Olive Thomas. Written by E. Magnus Ingleton, the film was directed by John Francis Dillion.
La comédie du bonheur (1940)
Il Divo: Encore (2005)
The Do-It-Yourself Cartoon Kit (1959)
Pěnička a Paraplíčko (1970)
The Secret Glory (2001)
Partie krásného dragouna (1970)
Zone of the Enders: Idolo (2001)
Merry-Go-Round (Hungarian: Körhinta) is a 1956 Hungarian drama film directed by Zoltán Fábri, based on the short story Kútban (In the Well) by Imre Sarkadi. It was in competition at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Aunt Tula (1964)
La Tía Tula (English: Aunt Tula) is a 1964 film Spanish film directed by Miguel Picazo. The film is based on the Miguel de Unamuno novella of the same title. Highly acclaimed, the film is widely considered a classic of Spanish cinema. The film was selected as the Spanish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 38th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Who Killed The Red Baron? (2003)
Samson and the Mighty Challenge (1964)
Samson and His Mighty Challenge is a 1964 Italian sword-and-sandal film, released in 1965 at the very tail end of the peplum craze. Its original title was Ercole, Sansone, Maciste e Ursus gli invincibili (Hercules, Samson, Maciste, and Ursus: the Invincibles). It is also known as Samson and the Mighty Challenge, Combate dei Gigantes (Battle of the Giants), Triumph of the Giants or Le Grand Defi (The Great Battle).
Indonesia Calling (1946)
Indonesia Calling is a 1946 Australian short documentary film directed by Joris Ivens and produced by the then Waterside Workers' Federation. The film gives a glimpse of immediate post-World War II Sydney as trade union seamen and waterside workers refuse to service Dutch ships (known as the "Black Armada") containing arms and ammunition destined for Indonesia to suppress the country's independence movement. Ivens filming of the events taking place gradually became a symbol even for those who had not seen the film and had a growing following in the Netherlands, long before the film had an audience.
Joris Ivens suffered persecution from his stance about the Dutch and Indonesia. Ivens had his Dutch passport seized by the Dutch authorities for a few months at a time in order to monitor his whereabouts. Finally, in 1985, the Dutch government presented Ivens with a Golden Calf. At the ceremony, the Dutch minister gave a speech and in his words, "Shortly after the war, your support for Indonesia's right to self-determination and your film Indonesia Calling brought you into conflict with the Dutch government […] I can now say that history has come down more on your side than on the side of your adversaries."
Storm Troopers U.S.A. (1969)
Uma Aventura na Casa Assombrada (2009)
Uma Aventura na Casa Assombrada is a 2009 Portuguese film directed by Carlos Coelho da Silva.
Life in Loops (A Megacities RMX) (2006)
Die schöne Müllerin (1954)
The Beautiful Miller (German: Die schöne Müllerin) is a 1954 West German romantic drama film directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner and starring Waltraut Haas, Gerhard Riedmann and Hertha Feiler .
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Willi Herrmann and Heinrich Weidemann . It was shot using Gevacolor.
Mein Freund, der Scheich (1981)
Bill Hicks Live: Satirist, Social Critic, Stand-up Comedian (2004)
Billy Joel: From the River of Dreams (1994)
Banned from Television (1998)
The 3rd Voice (1960)
The 3rd Voice (also known as The Third Voice) is a 1960 American crime drama/thriller film, directed by Hubert Cornfield and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Shot in CinemaScope, it is based on the novel All the Way by Charles Williams, and stars Edmond O'Brien, Laraine Day (in her final film) and Julie London.
Making Contakt (2010)
More Places Forever (2008)
Henry Rollins: Uncut from NYC (2006)
The Good, the Rad and the Gnarly (1987)
General Nuisance (1941)
General Nuisance (1941) is the ninth short subject starring Buster Keaton made for Columbia Pictures.
Derren Brown: Inside Your Mind (2003)
Indecent Desires (1968)
The Alien Legacy (1999)
Kilerów 2-óch (1999)
Kilerów 2-óch (Two Kilers) is a continuation of Kiler movie, directed in 1997. The film premiered 8 January 1999 in Poland and like the first part it has received financial and critical success.
Jekkers & Koos: Het Verhaal achter de Liedjes (1999)
Nosferatu. Uzhas nochi (2010)
Propaganda is an award-winning 1999 Turkish comedy film written, directed and produced Sinan Çetin. The film, which is a darkly surreal comedy set in a sleepy village in the southeast Turkey in 1948, starred popular comedy actor Kemal Sunal, who died a year later in 2000. It was shown in competition at the 18th Istanbul International Film Festival and the 4th Shanghai International Film Festival, where it won the Golden Goblet, and went on general release across Turkey on January 5, 1999 (1999-01-05).
The Dancin' Fool (1920)
The Dancin' Fool is a surviving 1920 American silent romantic comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. Sam Wood directed this one of his earliest efforts. Wallace Reid and Bebe Daniels star, at the time Paramount was making them a popular team in replacement of Reid's previous female lead Ann Little. A copy of this film survives in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.