Souvenirs of Bucovina: A Romanian Survival Guide (2013)
Soreike! Anpanman: Buruburu no takarasagashi daibouken! (2017)
Norske Byggeklosser (1972)
Tina & Bettina - The Movie (2012)
The Man of Ganimedes (1976)
Il giudice e la minorenne (1974)
El último centauro - La epopeya del gaucho Juan Moreira (1924)
Els oblidats dels oblidats (2011)
The Hospice (2014)
Il burbero (1986)
Il burbero (The Gruff) is a 1986 Italian comedy film directed by Castellano & Pipolo.
Ready, Steady, Ommm! (2013)
I Love Lucy: A Colorized Celebration (2019)
We Are... The Laurie Berkner Band (2006)
Sexual Witchcraft (2011)
Sexual Witchcraft is a 2011 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray. It is also known by the alternative title Little Witches.
Those Were the Days We Loved (1961)
Seviştiğimiz Günler is a 1961 Turkish romantic drama film, directed by Halit Refiğ and starring Orhan Günsiray, Fatma Girik, and Nilüfer Aydan.
Under the Sign of the Bull (1969)
The Inheritors (1970)
Profils paysans: le quotidien (2005)
A Balloon for Allah (2011)
Cicero March (1966)
Cicero March is a 1966 short documentary film made by the Chicago-based production company, The Film Group. The film details a civil rights march held on September 4, 1966 in Cicero, Illinois.
Love Letter to Edie (1975)
Love Letter to Edie is a 1975 short documentary by Robert Maier. The film is about actress Edith Massey who starred in many John Waters films such as Desperate Living, Pink Flamingos, Multiple Maniacs, and Female Trouble. The film follows Edith Massey around her Baltimore thrift store, and includes fantasy sequences and stories about her past.
Mullassery Madhavan Kutty Nemom P. O. (2012)
Mullassery Madhavan Kutty Nemom P. O. is a 2012 Malayalam film by Kumar Nanda, starring Anoop Menon and Sonal Devaraj in the lead roles.
Mazzabubù... quante corna stanno quaggiù? (1971)
The Perfect Match (1988)
The Perfect Match is a 1988 film directed by a first-time director, Mark Deimel. The story was by It is a romantic comedy which stars Marc McClure, Jennifer Edwards, Diane Stilwell, Rob Paulsen, Karen Lorre, Jean Byron, Wayne Woodson and Kerry Sherman. The story was by Nick Duretta, David A. Burr and Mark Deimel.
Hacked Circuit (2014)
The Magic Portal (1989)
The Macabre Case of Prompiram (2003)
Trujillo: El poder del jefe III (1996)
Tutti possono arricchire tranne i poveri (1976)
Les États-Désunis du Canada (2012)
Devil Take Us (1955)
Devil Take Us is a 1952 American short documentary film directed by Herbert Morgan. It was nominated for two Academy Awards, one for Best Documentary Short and the other for Best Two-Reel Short.
The Burlesque Suicide, No. 2 (1902)
The Martyred Presidents (1901)
The Martyred Presidents is a 1901 American film directed by Edwin S. Porter.
Adi Vasfiye (1985)
Olsenbanden gir seg aldri! (1981)
Roland's Pass (2000)
Reflections of China (2003)
Reflections of China is a Circle-Vision 360° movie at the China Pavilion at Epcot, part of Epcot's World Showcase at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. The show is narrated by an actor playing Li Bai, an ancient Chinese poet, who takes the viewer on a tour of the Chinese countryside and historical structures and buildings. Some sites that are seen are The Great Wall of China, The Forbidden City in Beijing, the Terracotta Army in Xi'an, Hunan, Guilin, Suzhou, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.
Papadom is a 2009 Malaysian film. It was directed by Afdlin Shauki, who stars in the film. It also stars Liyana Jasmay, Noorkhiriah, and Vanidah Imran.
Ferry Pilot (1941)
Ferry Pilot is a film produced in 1942 by Stuart Legg and Ross McLean for the National Film Board of Canada series The World in Action, in cooperation with the United Kingdom Ministry of Information and the Crown Film Unit. The film has an unaccredited narration by broadcaster Lorne Greene.
Pyar Mein Padipoyane (2014)
Pyar Mein Padipoyane is a 2014 Indian Telugu romantic comedy film written and directed by Ravi Chavali, Cinematography by T. Surendra Reddy and produced by K. K. Radhamohan under Sri Sathya Sai Arts Banner. It features Aadi and Shanvi Srivastava in the lead roles. The film was released worldwide on 10 May 2014.
The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins (2014)
Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy (1970)
Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy is a Chinese film from 1970, during the height of the Cultural Revolution. The film was directed by Xie Tieli and was based on a contemporary Beijing opera, one of the eight model plays allowed during the Cultural Revolution. The story is based on the novel Lin hai xue yuan (林海雪原), and tells the story of an incident in 1946, during the Chinese Civil War.
The Children of Golzow is a documentary by the German filmmaker Winfried Junge that was started in 1961 and lasted until 2007, when the series concluded. The film is a prolonged observation of the lives of several people in the Brandenburg town of Golzow.
Yo soy Boricua, pa'que tu lo sepas! (2006)
Yo soy Boricua, pa'que tú lo sepas! is a documentary film co-directed by Liz Garbus and Rosie Perez, in which Perez explores Puerto Rican culture and history, from New York City's Puerto Rican Day Parade to a broader examination of Puerto Rico's past.
Jasper Goes Hunting (1944)
Jasper Goes Hunting is an animated short film in the Puppetoons series, directed by George Pal and first released on July 28, 1944. The short was distributed by Paramount Pictures. The short includes a deleted scene with Bugs Bunny as a cameo voiced by Mel Blanc.
The Squawkin' Hawk (1942)
The Squawkin' Hawk is an American animated cartoon short in the Merrie Melodies series, first released to theatres on 8 October 1942. It was produced by Leon Schlesinger, supervised by Chuck Jones, featuring characters animated by the quartet with effects animated by the solo effects animator and music directed by Carl Stalling and orchestrated by uncredited Milt Franklyn, and released to theatres by Warner Bros. Its running time is 6:46 minutes. It marked the debut of Henery Hawk.
Porky's Duck Hunt (1937)
Porky's Duck Hunt is a 1937 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Tex Avery. The short subject features Porky Pig and Daffy Duck, the latter making what is considered his first official appearance.
Kings for a Day (1997)
Kings for a Day is a 1997 French comedy film directed by François Velle. It was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival.
Strictly Confidential (1959)
Strictly Confidential is a 1959 British comedy film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Richard Murdoch, William Kendall, Maya Koumani and Neil Hallett. Two con-men, recently released from prison, are enlisted by a widow to help her recover control of her late husband's business which has been taken from her.
Undermined - Tales from the Kimberley (2018)
An Alternative Reality: The Football Manager Documentary (2014)
An International Sneak (1917)
Beauty and Warrior (2002)
Noita palaa elämään (1952)
Noita palaa elämään is a Finnish horror film from 1952. It was directed by Roland af Hällstrom and produced by Mauno Mäkelä. The film is based on Mika Waltari's 1947 play of the same name.
Khozyayka detskogo doma (1983)
Flådens blå matroser (1937)
Pluto and the Armadillo (1943)
Tim Minchin So F**king Rock (2008)
Doggone Tired (1949)
A Visit with Vincent (1994)
Deed Poll (2004)
Deed Poll is a German-made film, 2004, starring Barbara Kowa, Rainer-Maria Wittenauer and André Schneider, directed by Ingo J. Biermann.
The Story of a Murder (1965)
The Story of a Murder is an East German drama film directed by Joachim Hasler. It was released in 1965. The film is done following the novel of Leonhard Frank Die Jünger Jesu.
Argentina latente (2007)
Ernst & lyset (1996)
Fucking Bunnies (2017)
Cannery Rodent (1967)
Cannery Rodent is a 1967 Tom and Jerry cartoon produced, written and directed by Chuck Jones. It was the final Tom and Jerry cartoon written and directed by Chuck Jones, and one of the very last of the theatrical Tom and Jerry cartoons to be released by MGM. The title, Cannery Rodent is a play-on-words of the John Steinbeck novel Cannery Row.
Cat and Dupli-cat (1967)
Cat and Dupli-cat is a 1967 animated Tom and Jerry cartoon produced by Chuck Jones and MGM Animation/Visual Arts for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was directed by Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble, with animation by Ken Harris, Ben Washam, Dick Thompson, Don Towsley and Tom Ray. It was written by Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese. Terence Monck once again provides Tom's baritone singing, while Dale McKennon provides Jerry's falsetto singing.
Krapp's Last Tape (2007)
Krapp's Last Tape is a one-act play, in English, by Samuel Beckett. With a cast of one man, it was written for Northern Irish actor Patrick Magee and first titled "Magee monologue". It was inspired by Beckett's experience of listening
to Magee reading extracts from Molloy and From an Abandoned Work on the BBC Third Programme in December 1957.
Tanda Putera (2013)
Tanda Putera is a 2013 Malaysian history film directed by Shuhaimi Baba. The film chronicles the relationship between Tun Abdul Razak, who was the second Malaysian Prime Minister, and his then deputy Tun Dr Ismail set around the time after the 1969 racial riots. The film was intended to be released in Malaysian cinemas on 13 September 2012 but the release was delayed until 29 August 2013 due to some controversy regarding the portrayal of the racial riots being the plot point of the film. It is Shuhaimi Baba's sequel film to 1957: Hati Malaya in 2007.
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.
Magia Russica (2004)
Magia Russica is an Israeli-Russian documentary film, written, directed and produced by Yonathan and Masha Zur. It depicts the untold story of Russian animation in Soviet times.
The film, released in 2004, is Yonathan and Masha Zur’s first film. Magia Russica premiered at the 2004 Haifa Film Festival, and since then has been screened at 45 film festivals, animation festivals, and documentary film festivals around the globe. It was also released on DVD in the USA, Japan, France, and Israel. It was broadcast in 5 different countries.
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.
The Book of Law (2009)
The Book of Law is a 2009 Iranian film directed by Maziar Miri, written by Mohammad Rahmanian, and produced by Mohsen AliAkbari. The film is about a Lebanese woman and convert to Islam struggling with the contrast between the behaviour of Iranian Muslims and the principles of Islamic religion. The film stars Parviz Parastui and Darine Hamze.
The Great Carrot-Train Robbery (1969)
The Great Carrot Train Robbery is a 1969 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert McKimson and featuring Bunny and Claude in their last short produced. The short is the final "classic era" Warner Bros. cartoon with the voice of Mel Blanc.
Attack of the Helping Hand! (2001)
Attack of the Helping Hand is a 1979 short film written and directed by Scott Spiegel and starring Linda Quiroz and Sam Raimi. Bruce Campbell played the uncredited roles of The Hamburger Helper Helping Hand and The Pillsbury Doughboy.
Mir hat es immer Spaß gemacht (1970)
How Did a Nice Girl Like You Get Into This Business? is a 1970 West German comedy film directed by Will Tremper and starring Barbi Benton. It is based on the novel of the same title, written by Lynn Keefe.
Zivot sa stricem (1988)
Život sa stricem is a 1988 Yugoslavian drama film directed by Krsto Papić, starring Davor Janjić, Alma Prica, Miodrag Krivokapić, Branislav Lečić, Anica Dobra and Ivo Gregurević. It is based on Okvir za mržnju, a novel by Ivan Aralica.
Taking Father Home (2005)
Taking Father Home is an independent Chinese film. It is the first feature from Chinese director Ying Liang.
Mini Force: The Beginning (2016)
Song About a Flower (1959)
Zhenya, Zhenechka i 'Katyusha' (1967)
Zhenya, Zhenechka and "Katyusha" is a 1967 Soviet comedy-drama war film directed by Vladimir Motyl.
George and Rosemary (1987)
George and Rosemary is a 1987 animated short co-directed by Alison Snowden and David Fine, about two "golden agers" who prove that passion is not exclusively for the young. Produced by Eunice Macaulay for the National Film Board of Canada, the film received the Genie Award for Best Short Film and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 60th Academy Awards. It was also included in the Animation Show of Shows. The film was narrated by Cec Linder.
The Vegas Strip War (1984)
The Vegas Strip Wars is a 1984 American made-for-television drama film directed by George Englund and starred Rock Hudson, Sharon Stone, James Earl Jones and Pat Morita.
Jean the Match-Maker (1910)
Jean the Match-Maker is a surviving short silent film directed by Laurence Trimble, produced by the Vitagraph Company of America and starring their canine star Jean, the Vitagraph Dog. Co-starring along with Jean are the Vitagraph Girl Florence Turner and early stars Mary Fuller, Charles Kent and Ralph Ince.
John Hodgman: RAGNAROK (2013)
John Hodgman: Ragnarok is an American Netflix original comedy special starring John Hodgman and directed by Lance Bangs. The special features music from Cynthia Hopkins.
Solos los dos (1968)
Show Biz Bugs (1957)
Show Biz Bugs is a 1957 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes animated short directed by Friz Freleng and featuring Mel Blanc as the voices of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
That Man from Tangier (1953)
That Man from Tangier is a 1953 American-Spanish adventure film directed by Luis María Delgado and Robert Elwyn and starring Nils Asther, Roland Young and Nancy Coleman. It was the final film of the British actor Young.
Dude, You Need to Stop Dancing (2006)
Dude, You Need to Stop Dancing is a DVD release from rock band, Boys Night Out. The DVD has three different sections. The first shows the band's two videos up until that point. The second section is a mockumentary about the band breaking up. The final section is a live show filmed on March 10, 2006 at the Opera House in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Kidnap - Bo's Most Exciting Holiday Ever (2015)
Venus im vierten Haus (2018)
Pettson och Findus - Kattonauten (2000)
Pettson och Findus – Kattonauten is a Swedish children's film from 2000, based on the books by Sven Nordqvist.