The Inheritor (1973)
The Inheritor (French: L'Héritier) is a 1973 French film starring Jean-Paul Belmondo.
Den kaere familie (1962)
Den kære familie is a 1962 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling. It was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival where cinematographer Jørgen Skov won a Silver Prize for photography.
Hvis lille pige er du? (1963)
Hvis lille pige er du? is a 1963 Danish comedy film directed by Erik Balling and starring Ghita Nørby.
Han, hun, Dirch og Dario (1962)
Han, Hun, Dirch og Dario (English: He, She, Dirch and Dario) is a 1962 Danish comedy film directed by Annelise Reenberg and starring Ghita Nørby.
Brødrene på Uglegaarden (1967)
Brødrene på Uglegaarden is a 1967 Danish comedy film directed by Ib Mossin and Alice O'Fredericks. It was O'Fredericks final film as a director.
Passer passer piger (1965)
Passer passer piger is a 1965 Danish comedy film directed by Sven Methling and starring Helle Virkner.
Emile's Boat (1962)
Emile's Boat (French: Le Bateau d'Émile) is a 1962 French-Italian drama film based on the eponymous novel by Georges Simenon.
The Veterinarian's Adopted Children (1968)
The Veterinarian's Adopted Children (Danish: Dyrlægens plejebørn) is a 1968 Danish comedy film directed by Carl Ottosen and starring Dirch Passer.
Hooray for the Blue Hussars (1970)
Hooray for the Blue Hussars (Danish: Hurra for de blå husarer) is a 1970 Danish comedy film directed by Annelise Reenberg and starring Emil Hass Christensen.
The Goldcabbage Family (1975)
Familien Gyldenkål (English: The Goldcabbage Family) is a 1975 Danish comedy film directed by Gabriel Axel.
It was the first in a series of three films about the eccentric Gyldenkål family, and was followed by Familien Gyldenkål sprænger banken (1976) also directed by Axel, and Familien Gyldenkål vinder valget (1977) directed by Bent Christensen.
A Man of Principle (1984)
A Man of Principle (Spanish: Cóndores no entierran todos los días) is a 1984 Colombian drama film directed by Francisco Norden. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. The film was also selected as the Colombian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 57th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Barcelona, lament (1990)
Choices 2 (2005)
True Bond (2007)
Coisa Mais Linda: Histórias e Casos da Bossa Nova (2005)
The Scarecrow (2003)
The Way It Is (1985)
The Way It Is (also known as The Way It Is or Eurydice in the Avenues) is an American 1985 film written and directed by Eric Mitchell and starring Steve Buscemi.
Egalite for All: Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution (2009)
Good-bye Cruel World (1983)
Good-bye, Cruel World is a 1983 American comedy feature film directed by David Irving and starring Dick Shawn and Cynthia Sikes. It was co-written by Shawn and Nicholas Niciphor. It features The Daily Show correspondent Larry Wilmore as a sergeant.
Sophie's Fortune (2014)
D-I-M, Deus in Machina (2007)
W.C. Fields: Straight Up (1986)
Final Exit (1995)
The Omen Legacy (2001)
Amateur Night (1986)
The Long Haul of A.I. Bezzerides (2005)
West Town Girls (2004)
Revenge of Mr. Willie (1999)
U ozera (1969)
By the Lake (Russian: У озера, translit. U ozera) is a two-part 1969 Soviet film directed by Sergei Gerasimov. In 1971 the USSR State Prize for this film was awarded to Sergei Gerasimov, cinematographer Vladimir Rapoport, art director Pyotr Galadzhev, and the group of leading actors: Oleg Zhakov, Vasily Shukshin, Natalya Belokhvostikova.
Jerry Lewis - König der Komödianten (2006)
Father And Son: The Story Of Mencius (2004)
Laurel & Hardy: A Tribute to the Boys (1992)
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)
The Rasslin' Match (1934)
The Rasslin' Match is a 1934 animated short film produced by the Van Beuren Studios and directed by Vernon Stallings and starring Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden as the voices of their popular radio characters, Amos 'n' Andy.
Pěnička a Paraplíčko (1970)
God Is in the T.V. (1999)
God Is in the T.V. is the second live video album by American rock band Marilyn Manson, released on November 2, 1999 on VHS, documenting the Mechanical Animals Tour, Beautiful Monsters Tour and Rock Is Dead Tour. It features all 13 music videos the band spawned between July 1994 and November 1999 in reverse chronology, including uncensored bonus footage from the production of "The Dope Show" music video, as well as footage culled from various concerts across the world alongside backstage and behind-the-scenes clips.
The late Matthew McGrory can be seen on the cover, which is a scene from the "Coma White" music video.
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.
Marilyn Times Five (1973)
Marilyn Times Five is a 1973 experimental film by American filmmaker Bruce Conner.
Eve's Leaves (1926)
Eve's Leaves is a 1926 silent film starring Leatrice Joy and William Boyd. The film was produced and distributed by Cecil B. DeMille and directed by Paul Sloane.
Gangster's Law (1969)
Gangster's Law (Italian: La legge dei gangsters) is a 1969 Italian thriller film directed by Siro Marcellini and starring Klaus Kinski.
Straight Story (2006)
The Rumyantsev Case (1955)
The Rumyantsev Case (Russian: Дело Румянцева, translit. Delo Rumyanceva) is a 1956 Soviet crime film directed by Iosif Kheifits.
Howard Stern's Butt Bongo Fiesta (1992)
Vida de menina (2003)
Vida de Menina is a 2003 Brazilian drama film. It was the first feature-length fiction film directed by Helena Solberg. The film is an adaptation of Minha Vida de Menina, the diary of Helena Morley.
It won five awards at the 2004 Gramado Film Festival.
The Reason (2004)
The Spaghetti West (2005)
The Attack of the Giant Mousaka (1999)
The Attack of the Giant Moussaka (French: L'Attaque de la moussaka géante; Greek: Η Επίθεση του Γιγαντιαίου Μουσακά; 1999), is a Greek science fiction parody film, produced, written and directed by Panos H. Koutras. It has been released theatrically in France, with French subtitles, and Japan, with Japanese subtitles. It has been screened at several festivals, including specialised LGBT film festivals, and has achieved cult status.
How Life Began (2008)
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."
Madame Blanche, Beauty Doctor (1915)
USA, violación y venganza (1983)
Storm Troopers U.S.A. (1969)
Odilon Redon or The Eye Like a Strange Balloon Mounts Toward Infinity (1995)
Depth Solitude (1995)
The Center of the Web (1914)
The Center of the Web is a 1914 American short silent crime drama film, directed by Jack Harvey for the Thanhouser Company. It stars Claire Kroell, Frank Wood, and Samuel N. Niblack.
Hemvärn och Påssjuka (1997)
Alto Paraná (1958)
Alto Paraná is a 1958 Argentinean drama film directed and written by Catrano Catrani. The film is based on the novel by Velmiro Ayala Gauna, “Los casos de Don Frutos Gómez”. It was released on September 18, 1958 and rated PG 14.
The film starred George Hilton, Ariel Absalón, María Aurelia Bisutti, Carlos Gómez and Iris Portillo
Alto Paraná Department is a department of Paraguay.
New York, N.Y. (1986)
Simão, o fantasma trapalhão (1998)
The Funny Blokes of British Comedy (2005)
Split: William to Crysis: Portrait of a Drag Queen (1993)
The Angels Are My Witnesses (1961)
Not Tonight Henry (1960)
Not Tonight Henry is a 1960 American film. It was one of the first American "nudie cutie" films along with The Immoral Mr. Teas and Eve and the Handyman. It cost $71,000, was filmed over nine days and featured Hank Henry.
The Race-Ist (2010)
För min heta ungdoms skull (1952)
For the Sake of My Intemperate Youth (Swedish: För min heta ungdoms skull) is a 1952 Swedish drama film directed by Arne Mattsson. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
L'eau vive (1958)
Girl and the River (French: L'Eau vive) is a 1958 French drama film directed by François Villiers. It was entered into the 1958 Cannes Film Festival.
Drama of the Lark (Hungarian: Pacsirta) is a 1963 Hungarian drama film directed by László Ranódy. It was entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival where Antal Páger won the award for Best Actor. It is based on the novel Pacsirta (translated into English as Skylark) by the Hungarian author Dezső Kosztolányi.
My Love, My Love (1967)
My Love, My Love (French: Mon amour, mon amour) is a 1967 French drama film directed by Nadine Trintignant. It was entered into the 1967 Cannes Film Festival.
Polowanie na muchy (1969)
Hunting Flies (Polish: Polowanie na muchy) is a 1969 Polish comedy film directed by Andrzej Wajda. It was entered into the 1969 Cannes Film Festival.
The Heiresses (Hungarian: Örökség) is a 1980 Hungarian drama film directed by Márta Mészáros. It was entered into the 1980 Cannes Film Festival.
Le due vite di Mattia Pascal (1985)
The Two Lives of Mattia Pascal (Italian: Le due vite di Mattia Pascal) is a 1985 Italian drama film directed by Mario Monicelli. It was entered into the 1985 Cannes Film Festival.
Couples, Couples, Couples (1988)
Fabian is a 1980 West German drama film directed by Wolf Gremm. It is based on the novel Fabian, the Story of a Moralist (1931) by German author Erich Kästner. The film was chosen as West Germany's official submission to the 53rd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers (1992)
Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers is a Bugs Bunny short subject directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon and released in 1992. The cartoon was intended for theatrical release but eventually aired as part of the television special Bugs Bunny's Creature Features. Its premise is modeled after Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and it is considered subversive, critical of the greed of its production studio Warner Bros., and a lampoon of cheaply-drawn animation.
How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 1: 'The Putter' (1931)
Exposing The Satanic Web (1990)
Die Koffer des Herrn O.F. (1931)
The Trunks of Mr. O.F. (German: Die Koffer des Herrn O.F.) is a 1931 German comedy film directed by Alexis Granowsky and starring Alfred Abel, Peter Lorre and Harald Paulsen. The film was shot between 15 September and 17 October 1931 and premiered in Berlin on 2 December 1931. The film was then heavily cut down to a shorter running time, and re-released under the alternative title Building and Marrying (Bauen und heiraten). It received its Viennese premiere on 4 June 1932.
It received a mixed reception from critics who were divided over its non-realist, fantastical elements. The film's screenwriter Léo Lania intended it to be a critique of capitalism.
A Real Job (2001)
Playboy: Farrah Fawcett, All of Me (1997)
Truth and Illusion: An Introduction to Metaphysics (1964)
Kung Fu and Titties (2013)
Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen (2007)
Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking: The Story of Richard D. Zanuck (2013)
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (1979)
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't is a 1979 holiday television film. This television film aired regularly on the Disney Channel during its Halloween season from 1983 to 1996. It revolves around Dracula (Judd Hirsch) trying to save Halloween from the Witch (Mariette Hartley) who threatens it. It won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement – Children's Program" and was nominated for three others. On VHS releases, it was retitled The Night Dracula Saved the World.
The special, which premiered on ABC on October 28, 1979, was shot at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York.
In One Breath: Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark (2003)
Silent Heroes (1913)
The Great Big World and Little Children (1963)
Sleazy Dizzy (1990)