Ahead of Time: The Extraordinary Journey of Ruth Gruber (2010)

Tear of the Peony (2017)

ReBoot: Daemon Rising (2001)

ReBoot: Daemon Rising is a 2001 Canadian made-for-TV movie based on the series ReBoot directed by George Samilski. The movie is set after the first three seasons of ReBoot, and along with another ReBoot movie, My Two Bobs, is considered the fourth season. It was originally broadcast in Canada as a film, but was later rebroadcast as 4 individual episodes. Broken down into its component episodes, it is "Daemon Rising", "Cross Nodes", "What's Love Got to Do with It", and "Sacrifice". It was released on DVD along with My Two Bobs.

The Vanishing Pioneer (1928)

The Vanishing Pioneers is a 1928 silent western film directed by John Waters and starring Jack Holt. Holt's son, Tim makes his screen debut in this film The film is now lost. Parts of the film were shot in Zion National Park and Springdale, Utah.

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Birthday World (2001)

L'udienza (1972)

L'udienza is a 1972 Italian-French drama film directed by Marco Ferreri. It was entered into the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival.

Rookies Run Amok (1971)

Les Bidasses en folie is a French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi released in 1971.

The W Plan (1930)

The W Plan is a 1930 British spy film produced and directed by Victor Saville, from a screenplay which he also co-wrote with Miles Malleson and Frank Launder, based on the novel of the same name by Graham Seton. It starred Brian Aherne, Madeleine Carroll, Gibb McLaughlin, and Gordon Harker. When this film was released in the United States, Aherne was appearing in The Barretts of Wimpole Street on Broadway, and receiving praise for his performance as Robert Browning. The film was a critical success, but did not do well at the box office.

The Cure For Insomnia (1987)

The Cure for Insomnia, directed by John Henry Timmis IV, is a film which on its release in 1987 was according to Guinness World Records the longest running. At 5,220 minutes long (87 hours, or 3 days and 15 hours) in length, the film has no plot, instead consisting of artist L. D. Groban reading his 4,080-page poem "A Cure for Insomnia" over the course of three and a half days, spliced with occasional clips from heavy metal and pornographic videos. It was first played in its entirety at The School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois, from January 31 to February 3, 1987, in one continuous showing. It has not been released on DVD or other home video formats.

The Receipt: Lost & Found (2017)

Fanny Hill Meets Lady Chatterly (1967)

O Trapalhão no Planalto dos Macacos (1976)

Erasure: On the Road to Nashville (2007)

Whipping Boy (2014)

Bimbos In Time (1992)

Teddy Bears are for Lovers (2016)

Northern Patrol (1953)

Northern Patrol is a 1953 American western film directed by Rex Bailey and starring Kirby Grant, Marian Carr and William Phipps. The film was part of a series of ten films featuring Kirby Grant as a Canadian Mountie.

A Computer Glossary (1968)

My First Kiss and the People Involved (2016)

She Said, She Said (2013)

Automobile Waltz (2014)

Cold Jazz (1993)

Time of the Innocent (1964)

Time of the Innocent (German: Die Zeit der Schuldlosen) is a 1964 German drama film directed by Thomas Fantl, based on a play by Siegfried Lenz. It was distributed by Columbia-Bavaria Filmgesellschaft in Germany and represented by Export-Film Bischoff world wide. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. It opened in the presence of President Lübcke and his wife, German Chancellor Erhard, Vice Chancellor Mende, Secretary of State Schröder, Minister Westrick, "Bundespressechef" von Haase in Berlin's famous Zoo-Palast, which is one of the highest attendances of German politician to a Berlinale premiere.

Three Transitions (1973)

Night in Paradise (1946)

Night in Paradise is a 1946 American film produced by Walter Wanger and directed by Arthur Lubin. In 560 BC King Croesus of Lydia incurs the wrath of the sorceress Queen Attossa he had promised to marry, when he chooses the beautiful Delarai of Persia instead. Attossa, in disembodied form, mocks Croesus nearly to the point of madness, so he seeks a solution from the fortune-teller Aesop, who is very young and handsome, but believes that people only receive wisdom with age, arrived from the Isle of Samos in disguise of an old man with a hunch, a limp, and a cane. But Aesop also has eyes for Delarai. This expensive, lavish Technicolor production of plaster Grecian temples and painted skies was Wanger's second attempt to film the novel, and ended up costing $1.6 million and losing Universal some $800,000. One source describes it as a kitschy "Maria Montez vehicle without Maria Montez". (The correct title is Night in Paradise, not "A Night in Paradise" as some sources have it.)

Enemy at the Gate (2009)

The Equinox... A Journey Into the Supernatural (1967)

The Wireless Generation (2015)

Raised on Media (2016)

Aunt Fanny's Tour of Booty (2005)

Aunt Fanny's Tour of Booty is a computer animated short comedy film produced by Blue Sky Studios. The film is included on the DVD of the computer- animated film Robots as a bonus feature.

Persian Series #13 (2001)

The Wabbit Who Came to Supper (1942)

The Wabbit Who Came to Supper is a 1942 American Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring early appearances by Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. The Elmer character is in a transitional state from his earliest appearances in Bob Clampett's shorts and the appearance which he adopted around 1943. This short is one of several pre-August 1948 WB cartoon shorts that lapsed into the public domain due to United Artists failing to renew the copyright in time. The title of the short is a reference to the 1942 Warner Brothers film version of the 1939 George S. Kaufman Broadway comedy The Man Who Came to Dinner, in which an overbearing house-guest threatens to take over the lives of a small-town family.

God on a Leash (2017)

Don't Blame the Stork (1954)

Tender's Heat: Wild Wild Beach (2006)

The Man from Blankley's (1930)

The Man from Blankley's is a lost 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film, directed by Alfred E. Green. It starred John Barrymore and Loretta Young. The film was based on the 1903 play by Thomas Anstey Guthrie, writing under the pseudonym "F. Anstey". The film was Barrymore's second feature length all-talking film. A previous silent film version of Anstey's play by Paramount Pictures appeared in 1920 as The Fourteenth Man starring Robert Warwick. That version is also lost.

It's a wonderful knife (2014)

Nina's Children (2015)

The Way of Peace (1947)

The Way of Peace (1947) is a puppet animation film, financed by the Lutheran Church in America, giving a Christian view of life in the Atomic Age. It was directed by Frank Tashlin, produced by Wah Ming Chang, and narration read by Lew Ayres. In 2014, the film was named to the National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

All Soul's Day (1961)

All Souls' Day is the English title for Zaduszki, a film released in 1962, directed by the Polish film director Tadeusz Konwicki. Much like Konwicki's 1958 film The Last Day of Summer, All Souls' Day is a story of survivors and the lasting psychic damage of World War II. In both films, the director embraces his position as a film amateur, self-consciously avoiding genre conventions. Unlike his earlier effort, however, All Souls' Day is driven by more conventional plot and dialogue elements that move beyond experimental filmmaking. Two young lovers, Wala (Ewa Krzyzewska) and Michael (Edmund Fetting), travel to a provincial town to spend the weekend at a small hotel. Memories of the war and Wala's guilt in the wake of a previous lover's death hang in the air. While both Michael and Wala are starving for love, they cannot transcend their wartime experiences. The film won the Special Jury Award at the International Filmfestival Mannheim-Heidelberg in 1962.

The Ancient Magus' Bride: Those Awaiting a Star Part 3 (2017)

Chise Hatori, 15 years old. Lost, without hope, and without family, she is bought for money – not by another person, but by a non-human sorcerer named Elias. Though she hesitates, she begins life anew as his apprentice and future wife. She moves on with her new and peaceful life, slowly but surely, until one day, when she finds a Japanese picture book among the many sent to her from London by Angelica. It is a fateful book that discovered her in her younger years, when she was still troubled and lonely. This piece is a prequel to Chise’s encounter with the Thorn Sorcerer.

Rustlers (1949)

Rustlers is a 1949 American Western directed by Lesley Selander. The film is a Tim Holt B Western about a group of Arizona ranchers intent on stopping a gang of cattle rustlers.

Alpha Chow (2014)

Flagpole Jitters (1956)

Flagpole Jitters is the 169th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1956 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Pretty Little Doggie (2010)

Babylon Series #3 (1990)

The Boss of the Rancho (1919)

The Boss of the Rancho is a 1919 silent film western short starring Texas Guinan. This Guinan short survives at George Eastman House.

Doorcuts (2016)

Curious (2006)

Joe Satriani: The Satch Tapes (1993)

Romantic Schemer (2015)

Trial by Fury: The People v. Scott Peterson (2016)

Northern Great Mountain (2016)

Sound Over Water (2009)

Mademoiselle Modiste (1926)

Mademoiselle Modiste is a 1926 silent romance produced by and starring Corinne Griffith and distributed by First National Pictures. Robert Z. Leonard directed Griffith in a story based on a popular 1905 Victor Herbert operetta on Broadway, Mlle. Modiste, with a libretto by Henry Martyn Blossom, which was similar to the MGM film The Merry Widow. It is now considered a lost film.The story was refilmed in 1931 as the talkie Kiss Me Again.

The 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows (2015)

Corinna Darling (1956)

Beloved Corinna (German: Geliebte Corinna and also known as Corinna Darling) is a 1956 German drama film directed by Eduard von Borsody and starring Elisabeth Müller.

King-Size Comedy: Tex Avery and the Looney Tunes Revolution (2012)

Manhattan Mixup (2011)

Escort Girls (1975)

Wayward (1932)

Wayward is a 1932 American drama film directed by Edward Sloman and written by Lillian Day, Mateel Howe Farnham and Gladys Unger. The film stars Nancy Carroll, Richard Arlen, Pauline Frederick, John Litel, Margalo Gillmore and Burke Clarke. The film was released on February 19, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.

Steve Jobs: Consciously Genius (2012)

The Houses Are Full of Smoke (1987)

Life in Hollywood No. 5 (1927)

Supermodel Acting Class (2013)

The Legend of Swee' Pea (2015)

The Legend of Swee’ Pea follows the twists and turns of fortune in the life of a basketball prodigy: his dramatic downfall, miraculous comeback, and, finally, the bittersweet confrontation with a life imperfectly lived.

Gazelle: The Love Issue (2014)

Ocana, an Intermittent Portrait (1978)

Ocana, an Intermittent Portrait (Catalan: Ocaña, retrat intermitent) is a 1978 Spanish documentary film about LGBT painter José Pérez Ocaña and his life in post-Franco gay Barcelona, directed by Ventura Pons. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1978 Cannes Film Festival.

The Company of Thieves (2011)

Years Later: The Unbelievable Truth and Its Consequences (2010)

Runnin' at Midnite (2001)

Pizza: The Movie (2004)

Hilde (2016)

Ivan Koloff the Most Hated Man in America (2003)

Margie Clause (2019)

Our Stars (2015)

Fling in the Ring (1955)

Fling in the Ring is the 159th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1955 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Brad Cuts Loose (2017)

"Brad Cuts Loose" is an absurdist tale of an uptight office drone (that's Brad) attempting to...well, cut loose. Brad (Kentucker Audley) seemingly discovers the perfect vehicle for this when an advertisement for a business catering to his innermost desires (in an insanely specific way) pops up one morning on his computer. Brad's subsequent visit to the business, however, and encounter with its receptionist Janine (Tipper Newton) don't quite go as planned...

Nat King Cole: Encore (2004)

Atlantis: In Search of a Lost Continent (1997)

The Reconciliation (2017)

2043 (2014)

Killer Unicorn (2012)

White With Red (2013)

Eskapade (1936)

Escapade (German: Eskapade) is a 1936 German romantic comedy film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Renate Müller, Georg Alexander and Grethe Weiser. It is based on the 1891 novel My Official Wife by Richard Henry Savage. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Erdmann and Hans Sohnle.

The Science of Interstellar (2015)

Girls of the 'B' Movies (1998)

Laughing Matters... The Men (2008)

Tricks of the Trade (1968)

93: La Belle Rebelle (2010)

David Lynch: Crazy Clown Time (2012)

Ranson's Folly (1926)

Ranson's Folly is a surviving 1926 silent film produced by and starring Richard Barthelmess and costarring Dorothy Mackaill. It is based on a Richard Harding Davis novel and 1904 play, Ranson's Folly, and was filmed previously in 1910 and in 1915 by Edison.

Quasar Hernandez (2004)

Britney Spears: 'Star Baby' Scrapbook (1999)

John Bishop: Supersonic Live (2015)

Losing My Cherry (2010)

Beverly Hills Call Girls (1986)

Yukon Manhunt (1951)

Yukon Manhunt is a 1951 American western film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Kirby Grant, Gail Davis and Margaret Field. The film was part of the series of ten films featuring Kirby Grant as a Canadian Mountie.

Spare Rooms: A Family Fiction (2014)

Jason Mraz Live: Tonight, Not Again (2008)