Felix Goes West (1924)

Gates of Life (2013)

A Dream of Red Mansions (1962)

Sons and Comrades (1985)

Jezioro Bodenskie (en: Lake of Constance) is a 1986 Polish film directed by Janusz Zaorski. It won the Golden Leopard at the 1986 Locarno International Film Festival.

Woman They Almost Lynched (1953)

Woman They Almost Lynched is a 1953 American Western film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars John Lund, Brian Donlevy, Audrey Totter, Joan Leslie, Ben Cooper, James Brown and Nina Varela. The film was released on March 20, 1953, by Republic Pictures.

The Dark Area (2000)

Julia Julia (1981)

Julia Julia is a 1981 Norwegian comedy film directed by Petter Vennerød and Svend Wam. The film was selected as the Norwegian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 54th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

One Night with Robbie Williams (2001)

The Cage (1963)

The Cage (French: La Cage) is a 1963 French film directed by Robert Darène. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.

Passing Flickers (1982)

REM: When the Light is Mine (2006)

Crazy Weekend (1986)

Panoramic View of the Golden Gate (1902)

Doughnuts (1933)

Stratos-Fear (1933)

In me non c'è che futuro (2011)

Kordavision: The man who shot Che Guevara (2005)

End (1992)

Great Tenor Performances (1999)

Yoga and the Kung Fu Girl (1979)

Beyond Thought (Awareness Itself) (2011)

The Farmer's Daughters (1913)

Robinet boxeur (1913)

Bonjour Kathrin (1956)

Bonjour Kathrin (or Bonjour, Kathrin) is a 1956 West German musical film directed by Karl Anton and starring Caterina Valente, Peter Alexander and Silvio Francesco. It is based on the operetta Die glücklichste Frau der Welt by Max Wallner and Kurt Feltz.

Young Person's Guide to Cinema (1974)

Stop That Noise (1935)

Stop That Noise is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. Commonly thought to be in public domain, its copyright was renewed in 1958.

A British Picture (1989)

Focus: A Documentary (2010)

Interference (1928)

Interference was a 1928 silent film directed by Lothar Mendes that was used by special effects technician-turned-director Roy J. Pomeroy as the basis for Paramount Pictures' first feature-length all-talking motion picture,starring Clive Brook, William Powell, Evelyn Brent, and Doris Kenyon, all making their sound film debuts. It was based on the play Interference, a Play in Three Acts by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. In England when a first husband turns out not to be dead, blackmail leads to murder.In 1935 it was remade by Paramount as Without Regret.

Fiestas Cristianas / Fiestas Profanas (1934)

The Moschops (2000)

Slap Happy Pappy (1940)

Slap Happy Pappy is a Warner Brothers Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon, starring Porky Pig. It was directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster, and scored by Carl W. Stalling. Slap Happy Pappy was released on April 13, 1940.

The Flying Koffer (1921)

L'abeille et la rose (1908)

Die Sprache der Schatten - Murnau: Die frühen Jahre und Nosferatu (2007)

Golden Boy (1966)

The Original Sin (1948)

The Original Sin (German: Der Apfel ist ab) is a 1948 German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner. It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.

Otakus (2007)

What Makes Daffy Duck (1948)

What Makes Daffy Duck is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by the short-time director Arthur Davis, and starring Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and a fox, whom Daffy addresses as "Fortescue." The film is notable as the fourth pairing of Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck, their first three pairings being To Duck or Not to Duck, The Stupid Cupid, and A Pest in the House. The title is a play on Budd Schulberg's 1941 novel What Makes Sammy Run? The 1950 Merrie Melodies closing is shown at the end.

Big Man from the North (1931)

Big Man from the North is an American animated short film. It is a Looney Tune cartoon, featuring Bosko, the first star of the series. It was released in January 1931, although some sources give an unspecified date in 1930. It was, like most Looney Tunes of the time, directed by Hugh Harman; Frank Marsales was the musical director.

Animals with the Tollkeeper (1998)

Animals with the Tollkeeper is a 1998 American independent film directed by Michael Di Jiacomo.

El ciego de la aldea (1907)

The Cat (1947)

The Cat (Spanish: La gata) is a 1947 Argentine drama film directed by Mario Soffici. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

My Josephine (2003)

Destination Earth (1956)

Destination Earth is a 1956 promotional cartoon created by John Sutherland. The 14-minute short explains the fundamentals of the petroleum industry and how petroleum products enrich everyday life in the United States of America, as well as the benefits of a free market economy.

.357 Magnum (1977)

El amor amargo de Chavela (2013)

Santa's Magic Kingdom (1966)

Dry Standpipe (2012)

Gowanus Canal (2013)

Porcelain (2013)

The Nutcracker: A Fantasy on Ice (1983)

Stories About the Space (1973)

The Bread of Love (1953)

Bread of Love (Swedish: Kärlekens bröd) is a 1953 Swedish drama film directed by Arne Mattsson. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.

Vikingar (2013)

The Marihuana Story (1950)

The Marihuana Story (Spanish: Marihuana) is a 1950 Argentine film directed by León Klimovsky. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.

The A-Word (2010)

Panic (1978)

A Language All My Own (1935)

A Language All My Own is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop.

The Making of 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' (1993)

Re-Entry: Grey Zone (2013)

A Good Man (2009)

The Jazz Channel Presents Chaka Khan (2000)

Among Snakes and Ladders, Missing Persons (2013)

Maharadjahens yndlingshustru I (1917)

The Maharaja's Favourite Wife (German: Die Lieblingsfrau des Maharadscha) is a silent adventure film directed by Max Mack and starring Gunnar Tolnæs, Fritz Kortner and Erna Morena. Originally produced in Denmark by Nordisk Film, whose German branch was taken over during the First World War. It was released in three parts, the first two in 1917 and the third in 1921. The third part was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin, and released by the leading German company UFA. It's sets were designed by the Hungarian art director István Szirontai Lhotka.

From Beyrouth with Love (2005)

Andrea Chenier (1973)

Monotony (2007)

SPC 25 Anos Ao Vivo em Porto Alegre (2013)

My Accomplice (2013)

Ang Kuya Kong Siga (1993)

Si Ako At... Tres Muskiteros! (1982)

Sleepy Eyes of Death 12: Castle Menagerie (1969)

Just when you think Kyoshiro’s life can’t get any stranger, someone starts running around raping, murdering, and leaving notes proudly proclaiming the sleepy-eyed ronin responsible!

Maboroshi kurozukin - yami ni tobu kage (1967)

On Location: Myron Cohen (1978)

The Timber Queen (1922)

The Timber Queen is a 1922 American action film serial directed by Fred Jackman. The film is considered to be lost, though the UCLA Film and Television Archive has episodes one, four, eight and nine, as does a private collection.

Scandalo in Famiglia (1976)

Scandalo in famiglia (Scandal in the family) is a 1976 Italian commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Marcello Andrei.

Round About Hollywood (1931)

Rock and Roll Mobster Girls (1988)

Kaantharvan (2014)

Arvo Pärt: 24 Preludes for a Fugue (2002)

Das Mädchen aus dem Regenwald (2011)

An Ordinary Day (1986)

The Perils of Mandy (1980)

Fizz (1999)

Motion Pictures (1956)

Aged (2014)

Vrij (2014)

Samba-Mania (1948)

Alternative Fringe (1988)

Below the Line (1925)

Below the Line is a 1925 silent film featuring canine star Rin Tin Tin and directed by Herman C. Raymaker. It was produced and distributed by Warner Bros..

The Night Cry (1926)

The Night Cry is a 1926 American silent film family drama directed by Herman C. Raymaker and starring Rin Tin Tin. It was produced and distributed by Warner Bros.

Fantasmes! - Sexe, Fiction et Tentations (2013)

紅穀子 (2008)

Me + Her (2014)

Behind the Da Vinci Code (2007)

Die Rothschilds (1940)

The Rothschilds (originally Die Rothschilds) is a 1940 German film directed by Erich Waschneck. The film is also known as The Rothschilds' Shares in Waterloo (International recut version, English title). It portrays the role of the Rothschild family in the Napoleonic wars. The Jewish Rothschilds are depicted in a negative manner, consistent with the anti-Semitic policy of Nazi Germany. The 1940 film has a similar title and a similar plot to a 1934 American film, The House of Rothschild, starring George Arliss and Boris Karloff, that presented the Rothschilds in a more positive light. It is one of three Nazi-era German films that provide an anti-Semitic retelling of an earlier film. The others, both released in 1940, bore titles similar to films released in 1934: The Eternal Jew was a documentary-format film with the same title as the 1934 film and Jud Süss was a drama based on a 1934 film adaptation of a 1925 novel.

Ladies of the Mob (1928)

Ladies of the Mob (1928) is a silent film directed by William Wellman, produced by Jesse L. Lasky and Adolph Zukor for Famous Players-Lasky, and distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film is based on a story by Ernest Booth. This gangster-themed romantic thriller about a criminal's daughter who tries to reform a petty crook whom she loves featured Clara Bow, Richard Arlen, Mary Alden and Helen Lynch. No copies of this film are known to survive, and it is listed by most sources as a lost film. The women's costumes were designed by Travis Banton and Edith Head, both of whom had long, distinguished careers in Hollywood.

Chandamama (2013)

Perils of the Royal Mounted (1942)

Perils of the Royal Mounted (1942) was the 18th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It starred Robert Kellard as the hero, Sgt. Mack MacLane of the Royal Mounties, and Kenneth MacDonald as Mort Ramsome, the head villain. It also co-starred Nell O'Day, Iron Eyes Cody, Kermit Maynard and I. Stanford Jolley.