Utharam (1989)

Utharam is a 1989 Malayalam mystery-thriller film, starring Mammootty, Suparna, Sukumaran and Parvathy. It was written by Malayalam writer M. T. Vasudevan Nair based on the short story No Motive by Daphne du Maurier. The film was a commercial success and also received critical acclaim.

Whit Monday (1990)

A Reckless Romeo (1917)

A Reckless Romeo is a 1917 American short silent comedy film directed by and starring Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle.

Bitter Sugar (1998)

Dos rivales casi iguales (2007)

Kærlighedens almagt (1919)

Daigoro vs. Goliath (1972)

Kaijū funsen–Daigorō tai Goriasu is a 1972 Japanese giant monster film.

La meilleure bobonne (1930)

Saitane (1973)

Thomas and the Falcon King (2000)

His Mistake (1912)

Al Pereira vs. the Alligator Ladies (2013)

A Dragonfly for Each Corpse (1975)

Yearning (1961)

Mudanza (2008)

A Trip to Mars (1918)

Himmelskibet, Excelsior / A Trip to Mars / Das Himmelschiff is a 1918 Danish film about a trip to Mars. In 2006, the film was restored and re-released on DVD by the Danish Film Institute. Phil Hardy says it is "the film that marked the beginning of the space opera subgenre of science fiction," but notes that Denmark did not make another science fiction film until Reptilicus in 1962.

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

Join Donald Duck in his debut in the classic animated short The Wise Little Hen. The Little Hen is planting corn and would like to have help from Peter Pig and Donald Duck, but they refuse stating they each have a "tummy ache." When it comes time to harvest the corn, Peter Pig and Donald still refuse to help the Hen, so she and her chicks do the harvest by themselves. Finally, the hen cooks the corn and offers some to Donald and Peter Pig, but when they look more carefully they discover a surprise. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

G.I. Pink (1968)

The Pink Panther decides to join the U.S. Army, creating havoc for his sergeant (the little man).

Papierove hlavy (1996)

Is It Always Right to Be Right? (1970)

Is It Always Right to Be Right? is a short animated film directed by Lee Mishkin, produced by Stephen Bosustow Productions, and narrated by Orson Welles. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 1970, the last to do so under its previous name "Short Subjects (Cartoons)".

Jian ren ben se (1988)

Who Is the Craftiest is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Poon Man-kit and starring Ricky Hui, Bill Tung, Tang Pik-wan, Sammy Cheung, Tiffany Lau, Keung Chung-ping and Lo Hoi-pang.

Leftenan Adnan (2000)

Leftenan Adnan is a 2000 Malaysian war film directed by Aziz M. Osman and co-produced by both Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd, Paradigmfilm Sdn Bhd, and the Malaysian Army. The film chronicles the actions of Adnan bin Saidi who had been involved as a Lieutenant of the Malay Regiment fending against the invasion of the Japanese army during the Second World War.

Monster of Frankenstein (1981)

Kyōfu Densetsu Kaiki! Frankenstein , is a 1981 Japanese animated television film based on Mary Shelley's novel and the Marvel comic book Monster of Frankenstein. In this 98-minute violent, adult-oriented film, the creature was portrayed as a misunderstood monster, who only wanted to be loved. The film was dubbed and released in the U.S in 1984. The dubbed version never had a title but was advertised as both Monster of Frankenstein and Frankenstein Legend of Terror.

Kita no misaki - Cap du nord (1976)

Cape of the North is a Japanese movie directed by Kei Kumai (1976)

The First Easter Rabbit (1976)

The First Easter Rabbit is an animated Easter television special that premiered April 9, 1976 on NBC and later aired on CBS. Created by Rankin/Bass, it tells the story of the Easter Bunny's origin. The special is loosely based on the children's book The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams. Burl Ives did the narration for this special which also featured the song "Easter Parade". Following 1964's "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", this is the second Rankin/Bass special to be narrated by Burl Ives.

FBI Operation Yellow Viper (1966)

A Woman's Sorrows (1937)

La grotte aux loups (1980)

We Should Not Exist (2006)

King Kongs Faust (1985)

Unterm Birnbaum (1973)

Code of the Lawless (1945)

Code of the Lawless is a 1945 American Western film directed by Wallace Fox and written by Patricia Harper. The film stars Kirby Grant, Fuzzy Knight, Poni Adams, Hugh Prosser, Barbara Sears and Edward Howard. The film was released on October 19, 1945, by Universal Pictures.

Alike (2015)

Alike a 2015 3D computer-animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara and Rafa Cano Méndez. The animation production took 5 years to complete along with the help of ex-animation student using the free 3D animation application, Blender. The animated short is a story of the relationship of a father and his son who live in a society "where order and work ethic literally choke the colour and creativity out of its inhabitants".

The Truth About Cancer (2008)

Scrat's Continental Crack-Up: Part 2 (2011)

Bedlam in Paradise (1955)

Bedlam in Paradise is the 162nd short subject released by Columbia Pictures in 1955 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Purr-Chance to Dream (1967)

Purr-Chance to Dream is a 1967 Tom and Jerry cartoon short directed by Ben Washam, a longtime animator under Chuck Jones dating back to the 1940s, and produced by Jones. It was the last theatrical Tom and Jerry short in the Tom and Jerry series released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the last of the Chuck Jones shorts in Tom and Jerry series, the last Tom and Jerry cartoon released during the Golden Age of American animation, and the second-to-last animated short related by MGM in the Golden Age, and The Karate Guard was the next Tom and Jerry cartoon from Warner Bros. It is also the last Tom and Jerry cartoon with Carl Brandt as the music composer.

Rock 'n' Rodent (1967)

Rock 'n' Rodent is a 1967 cartoon film directed by Abe Levitow and produced by Chuck Jones, and featured music by Carl Brandt, with additional music by David Benoit. The title is a pun on "rock and roll".

O-Solar-Meow (1967)

O-Solar-Meow is a 1967 cartoon featuring Tom and Jerry. It was the first of three outer space-related shorts to be released in the Chuck Jones era. Also according to the MPAA code and not episode number, this Tom and Jerry cartoon is the last one to feature music from Eugene Poddany. The cartoon was produced by Chuck Jones and directed by Abe Levitow. The animation was supplied by Ken Harris, Don Towsley, Tom Ray, Dick Thompson and Ben Washam. The cartoon title is a play-on-words of the popular Italian song "'O Sole Mio."

Guided Mouse-Ille (1967)

Guided Mouse-ille is a 1967 Tom and Jerry cartoon, produced by Chuck Jones and directed by Abe Levitow. It was the second of three space-age Tom and Jerry shorts to be released in the Chuck Jones era, though taking a look at the MPAA code at the beginning of the cartoon would suggest that Guided Mouse-ille was the first of the three cartoons to be produced. According to episode number, it is the last Tom and Jerry cartoon to feature music by Eugene Poddany. However, O-Solar Meow could be the last specific cartoon according to the MPAA code to be produced. The cartoon was animated by Don Towsley, Tom Ray, Dick Thompson, Ben Washam, Ken Harris and Philip Roman, with music by Eugene Poddany and backgrounds by Thelma Witmer.

The Death of an Insect (2010)

The Death of an Insect is a 2010 short Finnish experimental film directed by Hannes Vartiainen and Pekka Veikkolainen. The film was created using real insects and uses a variety of animation techniques, including stop-motion and 3D models. The film contains no dialogue.

Wet Blanket Policy (1948)

Wet Blanket Policy is the 29th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on August 20, 1948, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by United Artists. The title is a play-on-words about a type of insurance policy.

Ang paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio (2010)

The Trial of Andres Bonifacio was a 2010 film by Mario O'Hara. It was entered in the Director's Showcase category of that year's Cinemalaya film festival, and was the director's last movie.

The Magnificent Beast (1953)

La bestia magnífica is a 1953 Mexican film directed by Chano Urueta. It tells the story of two good friends who become wrestlers to leave poverty behind, but the arrival of an ambitious woman will tragically change their destiny.

In the Bosom of the Enemy (2001)

In the Bosom of the Enemy is a 2001 Filipino war drama film directed by Gil Portes.

Ghost Child (2013)

Ghost Child is a 2013 Singaporean horror film directed by Gilbert Chan starring Chen Hanwei, Jayley Woo and Carmen Soo. The film revolves around a family fighting against the titular "Ghost Child". It was commercially released in Singapore on March 7, 2013.

Snehaveedu (2011)

Snehaveedu(English: The Love House) is a 2011 Malayalam family drama film written and directed by Sathyan Anthikad. It stars Mohanlal, Sheela and Rahul Pillai in the lead roles. This is Mohanlal's 300th film and was one of the successful ventures of 2011.The film got positive reviews from the critics

No. 66 Madura Bus (2012)

No. 66 Madhura Bus is a 2012 Malayalam road movie. The film is directed by M. A. Nishad and stars Pasupathy, Padmapriya, Shwetha Menon, Mallika, Makarand Deshpande, Thilakan and Jagathy Sreekumar in pivotal roles. The screenplay is by noted author K. V. Anil. A journey of love and revenge, the film's story unfolds amidst the travel of an interstate bus. The film is directed by M. A. Nishad, who has earlier directed Pakal, Nagaram, Aayudham, Vairam and quite recently Best of Luck. No. 66 Madhura Bus is scripted by K V Anil, and has a cast that includes Pasupathy, Makarand Deshpande, Swetha Menon, Padmapriya Mallika and Rekha.

Doctor Innocentanu (2012)

Doctor Innocentanu is a 2012 Indian Malayalam-language comedy film written and directed by Ajmal, and starring Innocent and Sona Nair in the lead roles.

Novem (2006)

NOVEM is a 2006 American independent film, produced and directed by Brad Kimmel, a filmmaker from Evansville, Indiana. Kimmel is also the creator and producer of My Classic Car. The film tells the story of fictional band NOVEM's epic six-day recording session in May 1973 and chronicles the modern day discovery of their lost tapes and who they were.

Madame besøker Oslo (1927)

Madame besøker Oslo is a Norwegian silent film from 1927.

Syv dager for Elisabeth (1927)

Syv dage for Elisabeth is a Norwegian silent film comedy from 1927 directed by Leif Sinding. The screenplay was written by Sinding and Arvid Skappel, and it was based on Skappel's novella Påskeflirt. Sonja Henie played a bit part in the film. The censors removed a closeup of a female dancer, the text Jeg vil, men først vi je ha dig sel 'I want to, but first I want you myself', and a brawl scene.

Love on a stick (1922)

Kjærlighet paa pinde: sommerspøk i 4 akter is a Norwegian silent film from 1922. The comedian August Schønemann played Alexander Snobmann in his only film role. A bright future had been anticipated for him in silent film, but he died in 1925.

Skandal in Budapest (1933)

Scandal in Budapest is a 1933 German-Hungarian comedy film, filmed in Hungary in the German language and directed by Géza von Bolváry and Istvan Szekely and starring Franciska Gaal, Werner Pledath and Lotte Spira. It was made by the European subsidiary of Universal Pictures, headed by Joe Pasternak, which had recently left Germany in the face of Hitler's "de-Judification" of that country. A separate Hungarian-language version was also made, with a different cast, titled Pesti Szerelem. Both versions were released in the United States by Arthur Mayer's DuWorld Pictures Inc.

The 1002nd Ruse (1915)

The 1002nd Ruse is a 1915 Russian comedy film directed by Yevgeny Bauer.

Too Loud A Solitude (1996)

Too Loud a Solitude is a short novel by Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal. Self-published in 1976 and officially in 1989 due to political censorship. It tells the story of an old man who works as a paper crusher in Prague, using his job to save and amass astounding numbers of rare and banned books; he is an obsessive collector of knowledge. The book was translated into English by Michael Henry Heim.

O Homem dos Olhos Tortos (1918)

O Homem dos Olhos Tortos is a 1918 Portuguese detective silent film directed by José Leitão de Barros, with a cast of amateur actors with António Sarmento as the hero and Álvaro Pereira as the title-character villain.

On Expenses (2010)

On Expenses is a 2010 British television film directed by Simon Cellan Jones and starring Anna Maxwell Martin as Heather Brooke and Brian Cox as Michael Martin.

Devushka s gitaroy (1958)

A Girl with Guitar is 1958 Soviet musical comedy film directed by Aleksandr Faintsimmer.

Sundae in New York (1983)

Sundae in New York is a 1983 American animated short film directed by Jimmy Picker and starring Scott Record. The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 56th Academy Awards.

Couch (2003)

Ahviaasta (2003)

Tigrolovi (1994)

Straightforward Boy (1929)

Bako, the Other Shore (1978)

Denko (1993)

Denko is a 1993 short drama film directed by Guinean film maker Mohamed Camara. The story involves incest between a mother and son. The film won the Grand Prix at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the award for Best Short film at the Fribourg International Film Festival and the Golden Danzante award at the Huesca Film Festival.

The Three Cripples (2007)

Üsküdar Seaport (1960)

Death Mills (1945)

Death Mills is a 1945 American film directed by Billy Wilder and produced by the United States Department of War. The film was intended for German audiences to educate them about the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime. For the German version, Die Todesmühlen, Hanus Burger is credited as the writer and director, while Wilder supervised the editing. Wilder is credited with directing the English-language version.

Pepperminta (2009)

The Sideshow (1928)

The Sideshow is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Marie Prevost, Ralph Graves and Alan Roscoe.

Montparnasse (2009)

Fra storstadens dyb (1910)

The Capricious Monument (1909)

Sevdigim sendin (1955)

De Danadan (1987)

De Danadan is a Marathi film directed by Mahesh Kothare and released in India in 1987.

The Emperor and the Minister (1982)

Omfavn mig måne (2002)

Nina Satana (2011)

How to Have an Accident at Work (1959)

Jimi Plays Monterey (1986)

Jimi Plays Monterey is a posthumous live album by Jimi Hendrix released in February 1986. The album documents The Jimi Hendrix Experience's performance at the Monterey Pop Festival on June 18, 1967. As well as songs from the band's debut album Are You Experienced, Monterey also includes covers of "Killing Floor", "Like a Rolling Stone", "Rock Me Baby" and "Wild Thing". The version of "Wild Thing" on the album is one of the most notable live performances ever, as, in an iconic moment in rock history, he sets his guitar alight after the song and then smashes it.

The King (1995)

The King is a 1995 Malayalam-language political thriller film. Directed by Shaji Kailas and written by Renji Panicker, with Mammootty in the title role as district collector. The film was a commercial success. In 2012, Shaji Kailas made a combined sequel for The King and Commissioner (1994), titled The King and the Commissioner, in which Mammootty and Suresh Gopi reprised their roles as Joseph Alex IAS and Bharath Chandran IPS.

¿Quién mató a Mariano Ferreyra? (2013)

Retrato de mujer con hombre al fondo (1997)

Sem Essa, Aranha (1970)

A Lady and Her Maid (1913)

The New Spaniards (1974)

Barcarole (1935)

Pluto's Housewarming (1947)

First Aiders (1944)

Gravitáció (1984)

Au suivant! (2005)

The Heroic Mr. Boniface (1949)

The Great Temptation (1936)

Bible Code (2008)

Elsa la rose (1966)

Trust Me (2000)

Mâjan hiryûden naki no ryû gaiden 1 (2011)

Kriminalnyy talant (1988)

Сriminal Talent is a 1988 Soviet two-part television crime drama feature film, a screen version of the same story by Stanislav Rodionov.

Cookoo Cavaliers (1940)

Cookoo Cavaliers is the 51st short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1940 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.