Disney Presents: Main Street Electrical Parade - Farewell Season (1996)

Girls Come First (1975)

Viet Flakes (1965)

Wawd Ahp (2014)

A Fire (1961)

American Flatulators (1996)

Under Age (2013)

Hitler's Lost Plan (2004)

Black and White Trypps Number Two (2006)

Harlekin (1932)

Posel (2012)

Namboothiri Yuvavu At 43 (2014)

Nightslave (1988)

Train Taking Up Mail Bag, U.S.P.O. (1903)

Thalaivan (1970)

Mannadhi Mannan (1960)

Aasai Mugam (1965)

Frate sole (1918)

Frate Sole (Brother Sun) is a 1918 Italian silent film based on the life of St Francis of Assisi, directed by Ugo Falena and Mario Corsi. The film has four episodes, The kiss of the leper, In the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi, Time, and The stigmata. The film was restored in 1998 with the assistance of Fondazione Cineteca Italiana.

Gypsy Spirit: Harri Stojka - Eine Reise (2010)

La Blue Girl Volume 5 (1993)

In the Nuclear Shadow: What Can the Children Tell Us? (1984)

In the Nuclear Shadow: What Can the Children Tell Us? is a 1983 American short documentary film directed by Eric Thiermann. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. The film includes interviews with youths discussing the nuclear threat, a first-hand account of the atomic destruction of Hiroshima, and excerpts of speeches by psychiatrists John E. Mack and Robert Jay Lifton.

Seis Dias de Ouricuri (1976)

Live Now - Pay Later (1962)

Live Now, Pay Later (US title: Flight from Treason) is a 1962 British black-and-white film starring Ian Hendry, June Ritchie and John Gregson. Hendry plays a smooth-talking, conniving door-to-door salesman.

Le petit soldat qui devient Dieu (1908)

Kawaii akujo: Konomama koroshite (1965)

The Body (2013)

Operation Cold Feet (1956)

Roots, Beets and Russia (2010)

The Holy Bunch (1992)

2L Grieg Piano Concerto (2009)

1,048 (2014)

My Old Kentucky Home (1926)

My Old Kentucky Home is a short animation film originally released in June 1926, by Max and Dave Fleischer of Fleischer Studios as one of the Song Car-Tunes series. The series, between May 1924 and September 1926, eventually totaled 36 films, of which 19 were made with sound. This cartoon features the original lyrics of "My Old Kentucky Home" (1853) by Stephen Foster, and was recorded in the Lee DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film system. My Old Kentucky Home appears to be the first attempt at animated dialogue in cartoon history, as an unnamed dog, an early prototype of future studio mascot Bimbo, in the film mouths the words "Follow the ball, and join in, everybody" in remarkable synchronization though the animation was somewhat limited, making sure that lip-synch was synchronized perfectly. The Fleischers had previously started the follow the bouncing ball gimmick in their Song Car-Tune My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean (released 15 September 1925). This film came two years after the Fleischers started the Song Car-Tune series in May 1924, and two years before Paul Terry's Dinner Time (September 1928) and Disney's Steamboat Willie (November 1928). A clip from the film is used in the opening credits of the Futurama episode "Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?".

L'home precís (2012)

Loose in a Caboose (1946)

My Therapist (1984)

Ang paghihintay sa bulong (2012)

Alone in the Zone 2: Back to Chernobyl (2013)

Frightmares (1997)

Va'Yehi Be'May (1932)

Face to Face: The Schappell Twins (1999)

Chris De Burgh: Beautiful Dreams Live (2005)

An Airman's Letter to His Mother (1941)

An Airman's Letter to His Mother (1941) is a documentary-style British propaganda short film based on an actual letter from a British bomber pilot to his mother published in The Times in June 1940. Subsequently, the letter was published as a pamphlet and received wide distribution in the UK. "The letter in question had touched a nation's heart and made a popular film subject." In 1941, Michael Powell directed An Airman's Letter to His Mother, based on a dramatization of the letter, and narrated by John Gielgud.

Tick Tock (2011)

Wer nimmt die Liebe ernst...? (1931)

Who Takes Love Seriously? (German:Wer nimmt die Liebe ernst...) is a 1931 German romantic comedy film directed by Erich Engel and starring Max Hansen, Jenny Jugo and Otto Wallburg.

Hors-jeux (1980)

Samarang (1933)

Samarang is a 1933 American Pre-Code action film directed by Ward Wing and written by Thomas J. Geraghty. The film was released on June 28, 1933, by United Artists.

Lili Rose (2014)

Lili Rose is a 2014 French film directed by Bruno Ballouard.

Marinksy on Screen: LA Bayadere (2014)

Hazard (2010)

Bad bananas sa puting tabing (1983)

Mr. Plastimime (2014)

Dawn of the Damned (1966)

Magtiwala Ka: A Yolanda Story (2014)

Mullitt (2000)

Comic Cabby (1987)

Ikon ari (2011)

Thirty a Week (1918)

2 süper film birden (2006)

Stingers (1998)

Vskrytie moshchey Sergiya Radonezhskogo (1919)

A False Alarm (1920)

Le costume blanc (1908)

A Plantation Act (1926)

A Plantation Act (1926) is an early Vitaphone sound-on-disc short film starring Al Jolson, the first film that Jolson starred in. On a film set with a plantation background, Jolson in blackface sings three of his hit songs: "April Showers", "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody", and "When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)". The film presents him as if in a live stage performance, complete with three curtain calls at the finish. Its premiere took place on October 7, 1926 at the Colony Theatre, New York, where it concluded a program of short subjects that accompanied Warner Brothers' second feature-length Vitaphone film The Better 'Ole. The "Intermission" card which appears at its end derives from that use. Critics praised A Plantation Act as the hit of the show. The short was long believed to be a lost film, and its unavailability fueled the misconception that Jolson's first sound film was the famous feature-length milestone The Jazz Singer, which premiered almost exactly one year later. A mute print of A Plantation Act was eventually found in the Library of Congress, mislabeled as a preview for The Jazz Singer. A copy of the corresponding soundtrack disc also came to light, but it had been broken into four pieces and glued back together so imperfectly that it would not play through. After some careful surgery, restoration technicians succeeded in making a usable dub from the disc and digitally removing the pops and clicks resulting from the damage. The restored film was included on a LaserDisc published in the 1990s and as a bonus feature on the 2007 3-disc DVD release of The Jazz Singer.

Femmes portent des corbeilles (1904)

Tweet's ladies of Pasadena (1970)

Tweet's Ladies of Pasadena is a 1970 cult film written, produced, directed and starring Timothy Carey. The film was originally shot as a pilot for a potential television series.

Ante Up (1974)

Ante Up (Italian: Il piatto piange) is a 1974 Italian comedy film directed by Paolo Nuzzi. It was entered into the 25th Berlin International Film Festival.

Sheffield United v Bury (1902)

Beijing 2003 (2004)

Out of Erasers (2011)

Pat Benatar: Live in New Haven (1983)

The Struggle for Survival (1937)

Inventory of the Motherland (2013)

Snow Foolin' (1949)

Imperial Tomb Raiders (1973)

Shin Lesbian no sekai: Tosui (1975)

Shame and Glasses (2013)

Il primo premio si chiama Irene (1969)

Ordinary nurse Irene Grunschwitz is won as 'first prize' in a lottery of a private club which leads her to spend two weeks in the Balearic Islands with the man who won her.

Rough Hands (2011)

Vivre est une solution (1980)

A Pousada das Chagas (1972)

Piranha: Wolf in the Water (1999)

Piranha: Wolf In The Water is a 1999 educational film. It was shown both in IMAX3D and normal versions. It covers different kinds of piranhas and tries to uncover the mystery behind those animals, which are often described in an overly sensationalist way. This movie is part of the Killer Instincts series, a movie series covering different kinds of predators.

João Ratão (1940)

João Ratão is a 1940 Portuguese film directed by Jorge Brum do Canto and starring Óscar de Lemos, Maria Domingas and António Silva. It was released on 29 April 1940.

Nitemare (1980)

Una notte agli studios (2013)

Sally Swing (1938)

Sally Swing is a 1938 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Rose Marie as Sally Swing and Margie Hines as Betty Boop.

A Portrait of Eden (2011)

The Last Flesh & Blood Show (2012)

Zi jin biao (1969)

The Making of Walking with Dinosaurs (1999)

Homage to Eadweard Muybridge (1994)

Kiss Napoleon Goodbye (1990)

The story of Hedda, a pregnant pianist (Lydia Lunch) and her husband Neal (Don Bajema) who's idyllic and secluded life is disrupted by Jackson (Henry Rollins in his first major acting role). Directed by Babeth Mondini-VanLoo (who filmed Teenage Jesus & The Jerks in New York City since late 1970's) & written by Lydia Lunch with music by Jim G. Thirlwell (aka Foetus). Camera by the famous Kuchar-brother Mike. Filmed in 1990 in Oud-Amelisweerd (Netherlands), a former castle of Louis Napoleon. The film commissioned by Els Hoek as part of an art project premiered in The Netherlands in 1990 and screened at the Berlin Film Festival in 1991.

The House on Dame Street (1999)

Birdon (2004)

A Radio Drama Goodbye (2011)

Billy T James: Alive and Gigging (1990)

One Terrible Day (1922)

One Terrible Day is a 1922 American silent short film, the first entry in Hal Roach's Our Gang (Little Rascals) series to be released. Directed by Robert F. McGowan and Tom McNamara, the two-reel short was released to theaters on September 10, 1922 by Pathé. This was the first Our Gang comedy to be released, although the fourth to be produced. The gang’s leading lady in this film is Peggy Cartwright, who makes only a brief appearance in the company of an unnamed character at the country estate. Allen Hoskins’s character in this early short is female. His character will not start taking on male characteristics until the 1923 short, The Champeen, when he dresses like a boy for the first time. This is very similar to what happened with the Buckwheat character years later. When the television rights for the original silent Pathé Our Gang comedies were sold to National Telepix and other distributors, several of the films were released into television syndication and retitled. In 1960 the collective title Our Gang was changed to Mischief Makers: One Terrible Day was changed to The Outing. Two-thirds of the original footage from the film was included. Most of the original inter-titles were also cut and later replaced. The film, having been produced prior to 1923, and never having the copyright renewed, is in the public domain. However, the "Mischief Makers" additions to the film were copyrighted in 1960.

Lullaby of the Earth (1976)

Lullaby of the Earth (大地の子守歌, Daichi no Komoriuta) is a 1976 Japanese film directed by Yasuzo Masumura.

Games of Youth (1907)

Dyn Amo (1972)

Escape From Japan (1964)