Yankee Doodle Daffy (1943)

Yankee Doodle Daffy is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon short released on June 5, 1943, directed by Friz Freleng and written by Tedd Pierce. The short was the second Technicolor Looney Tunes entry to feature Porky Pig and Daffy Duck.

Babusya (2004)

DJ Paimon: 100% (2018)

Self-Reflection (2014)

Tadeo Jones and the Basement of Doom (2007)

The Devil's Seven Castles (1901)

The ABC of Hand Tools (1946)

Ghettokids (2002)

Come On In! The Water's Pink (1968)

The Pink Panther arrives on his motorcycle at Bicep Beach, where a hulky, egotistical man is flexing his muscles for a group of bathing beauties. Using his bag-full of inflatable items, including muscles, weights, a swimming pool, waterskis, and balloon animals, the Pink Panther diverts the beauties' attention away from the muscleman, who angrily tries to regain his dominant-guy-on-the-beach status.

Deux lions au soleil (1980)

Das rote Zimmer (2011)

Christopher's Movie Matinee (1970)

Formato ridotto: Libere riscritture di cinema amatoriale (2012)

Les agents tels qu'on nous les présente (1908)

Superman (1941)

Superman (1941) is the first installment in a series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Also known as The Mad Scientist, Superman was produced by Fleischer Studios and released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on October 26, 1941. Superman ranked number 33 in a list of the fifty greatest cartoons of all time sourced from a 1994 poll of 1000 animation professionals, and was nominated for the 1942 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Subject.

Mustafa's Sweet Dreams (2012)

Chili Con Corny (1972)

The Genie with the Light Touch (1972)

The Film to Come (2013)

Half-Price (2003)

An Egg Scramble (1950)

Der nächste Herr, dieselbe Dame (1968)

Thor, Lord of the Jungles (1913)

Quem Espera por Sapatos de Defunto Morre Descalço (1970)

The Mega Brothel (2015)

Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime (2001)

Mind Meld: Secrets Behind the Voyage of a Lifetime is a 2001 American documentary film in which actors William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy discuss the Star Trek science fiction franchise and its effects on their lives. Shatner and Nimoy portrayed the characters James T. Kirk and Spock respectively in the 1960s Star Trek television series, the 1970s animated television series, and their film sequels. They talk about differences they had with Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, and about the strained relationships between Shatner and some of the other cast members. It was in this film that Nimoy first publicly revealed that he had struggled with alcoholism while he was acting in the original television series. Shatner talks about the death of his third wife, Nerine Kidd, who accidentally drowned in a pool in 1999 after suffering from alcoholism. Mind Meld was produced to advertise Shatner's personal website. Filming took place at Nimoy's home on September 5, 2001, and Billy West narrated the title sequence. The film's title refers to a fictional practice in Star Trek—a mind meld is a telepathic link that Vulcans are able to create with other organisms. Mind Meld was released for sale on Shatner's website on November 6, 2001, coinciding with the release of the director's cut of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Mind Meld attracted some notoriety because of an unintended sound in one scene that became a popular subject of flatulence humor among Star Trek fans and on morning zoo radio programs. Shatner denied being the source of this sound in multiple interviews; he and Mind Meld's director, Peter Jaysen, attributed it to equipment on set. The film received mixed reviews from critics. Scott Brown of Entertainment Weekly gave the film an "F", and said that the only people likely to watch the film were extreme Star Trek fans and people interested in hearing Shatner's supposed flatulence. Laurence Lerman of Video Business praised the film for not "rehash[ing] anecdotes that have long been staples of Star Trek conventions and behind-the-scenes memoirs", and instead for dealing with such topics as alcoholism, career difficulties, and conflicts on the set of Star Trek.

13 Factors That Saved Apollo 13 (2014)

The Twelve Parsec Stare (2015)

A Christmas To Dismember (2016)

Rostropovich: The Genius of the Cello (2011)

In the Shadow of No Towers (2011)

Ulysses (2011)

Ulysses (Spanish: Ulises) is a 2011 Chilean drama film directed by Oscar Godoy.

Beartooth: Live in Columbus (2017)

Beartooth: Live in Columbus includes 14 live performances spanning their catalog, along with commentary from each band member as they describe their journey as musicians.

Easter Concert in Baden-Baden 2015 (2015)

Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink and the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Easter Festival in Baden-Baden 2015. Haitink is regarded as an authority, especially on the music of Beethoven. In this production he conducts Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, the “Pastoral”. For the Violin Concerto multi-awarded Isabelle Faust take to the stage with him. Since her recordings with Claudio Abbado, she is the first choice when it comes to this masterpiece.

The 12 Cellists (2012)

Since 1972 the 12 Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker have been a prominent institution in international musical life. Whether they’re playing classical music, jazz, tango or avant-garde, listeners around the world are invariably fascinated by the wide range of the unique and intoxicating timbres that these twelve cellos can produce. Their mixture of seriousness and humor, of depth and lightness, appeals to audiences of all ages. Among the contemporary composers who have written works especially for the “12” are Boris Blacher, Jean Françaix, Iannis Xenakis, Arvo Pärt, and Tan Dun. The documentary by Enrique Sánchez Lansch portrays the ensemble of the 12 Cellists, its history and its individual members. Also available: The 12 Cellists: The 40th Anniversary Concert.

Abbado-Bach Brandenburg Concertos No. 1-6 (2008)

In November 2004 a new name caused listeners to prick up their ears on the international orchestral scene: under Claudio Abbado’s artistic guidance the Orchestra Mozart came into being. It combines both young instrumentalists on the threshold of a first-rate career as well as eminent chamber musicians such as Danusha Waskiewicz, Alois Posch, Jacques Zoon, Michaela Petri, Ottavio Dantone, Mario Brunello, Alessio Allegrini, Jonathan Williams and Reinhold Friedrich. As with his famous Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Abbado hand-picked an ensemble to his liking, this time one of early- and Baroque-music specialists, all masters in their field. Recorded live in the handsome 19th-century Teatro Municipale Romolo Valli in Reggio Emilia in 2007, this DVD documents Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos performed in all their delicate beauty by this very special orchestra. Each concerto is scored for different forces and, in total, the six concertos draw on virtually the entire range of instruments that existed during the High Baroque. The instrumental variety of these pieces, together with Bach’s genius as a composer, ensured that the Brandenburg Concertos soon came to occupy a key position in the history of music, a position they continue to hold to this day. Claudio Abbado, violinist Giuliano Carmignola and the Orchestra Mozart achieve a wonderful homogeneity and translucency in their sound – this is Baroque chamber music at its very best and the DVD recording allows you to share in an audio-visual feast!

Lucerne Festival 2006: Abbado conducts Mahler 6 (2007)

“The Lucerne Festival Orchestra is like a holiday camp, but for adult musicians,” is how the Berliner Tagesspiegel describes the special atmosphere of Lucerne in the summer. In August 2006 for the fourth time, first class musicians answered the call of the orchestra’s founder Claudio Abbado. In the architecturally spectacular concert hall (KKL) numerous prominent soloists sat by each other as if they had never heard of a “featured soloist” or “exclusive contract” – among them Kolja Blacher (concertmaster of the LFO), the clarinettist Sabine Meyer, the trumpeter Reinhold Friedrich or the cellist Natalia Gutman. This year Claudio Abbado added a new instalment to his Mahler cycle: the 6th Symphony. Over the last few years EuroArts has also filmed Abbado and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra’s performances of Mahlers 2nd, 5th and 7th Symphonies.

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1-5 (2009)

National Memorial Day Concert (2015)

Kojak Budapesten (1980)

Mariah: The Diva, The Demons, The Drama (2018)

Vacanze sulla Costa Smeralda (1968)

Eternity Has No Door of Escape: Encounters with Outsider Art (2018)

ETERNITY HAS NO DOOR OF ESCAPE traces the tumultuous history of art brut (translated in English as outsider art) and introduces us to its pivotal figures, including psychiatrist and art collector Dr. Hans Prinzhorn and Surrealist artist and writer André Breton. Using a treasure trove of rare archival footage, the film brings viewers to the places and institutions where the history of outsider art unfolded and continues to unfold today. ETERNITY HAS NO DOOR OF ESCAPE invites viewers to lose themselves in worlds beyond logic and reason and in the works of artists including Adolf Wölfli, Aloïse Corbaz, Augustin Lesage and August Natterer. This film introduces enigmatic, challenging creators and draws attention to a fascinating realm too often overlooked by history.

The Chocolate Chase (1980)

Extermineitors 3: La gran pelea final (1991)

Out-Foxed (1949)

Droopy is an unlikely fox-hound, but the highly civilised (and resourceful) English upper-class fox makes even more unlikely prey...

Hollywood Extra Girl (1935)

Friends, Comrades (1990)

Friends, Comrades is a 1990 Finnish drama film directed by Rauni Mollberg. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.

The Beggar's Opera (1991)

Hallucinations pharmaceutiques ou Le truc de potard (1908)

In the Bogie Man's Cave (1908)

V sinem more, v beloy pene... (1984)

Une dame vraiment bien (1908)

Fireside Reminiscences (1908)

Beginning of the Serpentine Dance (1908)

In a Difficult Position (1908)

A Love Affair in Toyland (1908)

I ragazzi di Bandiera Gialla (1968)

Rosen på tistelön (1945)

Nino (Une Adolescence Imaginaire De Nino Ferrer) (2012)

Maria si Mirabella in Tranzistoria (1989)

Building the Great Pyramid (2002)

Pyramid aka Building the Great Pyramid is a 2002 BBC Television documentary film which tells the story of the building of the Great Pyramid at Giza through the commentary of the fictional builder, Nakht.

Ho ammazzato Berlusconi (2008)

Kaikkien naisten monni (1952)

Brasch - Das Wünschen und das Fürchten (2011)

The Flickering Flame (1996)

The Shadow Play (1993)

The Shadow Play (Turkish: Gölge Oyunu) is a 1992 Turkish drama film directed by Yavuz Turgul.

Malaga (2010)

The Journey (Spanish: El viaje) is a 1992 Argentine drama film directed by Fernando Solanas. It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.

Premutos - Der gefallene Engel (1997)

Premutos: The Fallen Angel (German: Premutos - Der gefallene Engel) is a 1997 comedy horror splatter film written by, directed by, and starring Olaf Ittenbach. The film follows the carnage that ensues when a man accidentally resurrects Premutos, an evil fallen angel who takes over his body and then proceeds to summon an army of the living dead to do his bidding.

The Work of Director Jonathan Glazer (2005)

Watch the Directors Label Trailer The Directors Label Series highlights the work of the filmmakers who have helped to redefine music videos and filmmaking over the last decade. Each volume in the Directors Label compiles music videos, shorts, commercials, documentaries, as well as a variety of exclusive features, never-before-seen rare footage, and unreleased audio and video commentary. Each release includes a 56 page book created by the Director and full of personal photos, notes, drawings, storyboards and personal insights. Jonathan Glazer is a music video and commercial icon whose extraordinary work reveals his gift for intense visual ambition. After winning multiple awards for his short works he moved onto feature films and in 2001 released his debut film, Sexy Beast, starring Sir Ben Kinglsey and Ray Winstone, followed in 2004 by Birth starring Nicole Kidman and Lauren Bacall.

Soul Of A People: Writing America's Story (2009)

Titanic: 100 Years in 3D (2012)

Murder Collection V.1 (2009)

Murder Collection V.1 is a 2009 American horror anthology film written and directed by Fred Vogel, and co-written by Don Moore, Shelby Vogel, and Jerami Cruise.

This is Hamlet (2010)

Thomas Jefferson: A View from the Mountain (1995)

The Flintstones: First Family of the Stone Age (2005)

La isla (2014)

The Island (Spanish: La isla) is a 1979 Argentine drama film written and directed by Alejandro Doria. It was the first Argentine film to be a box office success during the military dictatorship. The film was also selected as the Argentine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 52nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Just for Kicks (2005)

Just for Kicks is a 2005 American documentary film about the sneaker phenomena and history. It includes self-confessed "sneakerheads" like Grandmaster Caz, Reverend Run, and Missy Elliott. It tells the story of the Nike Air Force Ones, which are called in New York "Uptowns" in New York, and the beginning of Air Jordans. The documentary also tells the story of how hip-hop pioneers DJ Run, Jam Master Jay, and DMC had everyone wearing Adidas Superstars with their song "My Adidas".

Five the Hard Way (1969)

You may have been looking for Five the Hard Way (Prison Break episode) The Sidehackers (also known as Five the Hard Way) is a 1969 American action film about motorcycle racing with a twist. Each motorcycle has a sidehack (or "sidecar"), in which a passenger rides and tilts to one side or another when going around curves. The credits thank the "Southern California Sidehack Association"; sidehacking is also known as sidecarcross or "sidecar motocross racing".

Shortcut to Justice (2008)

When The Sun Goes Down (2004)

Stewart Lee: 90s Comedian (2006)

In the Rough (2004)

Zwei Bayern im Urwald (1957)

Two Bavarians in the Jungle (German: Zwei Bayern im Urwald) is a 1957 West German comedy film directed by Ludwig Bender and starring Joe Stöckel, Beppo Brem and Lucie Englisch. It is a sequel to the 1956 hit Two Bavarians in St. Pauli.

Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin - Von der Schönhauser Allee nach Hollywood (2006)

Boys on the Outside (1990)

Boys on the Outside (Italian: Ragazzi fuori) is a 1990 Italian drama film directed by Marco Risi in the neo-neorealistic style and written by Aurelio Grimaldi. Released in 1990, it is the sequel to the 1989 film Forever Mery. It stars Francesco Benigno, Alessandro Di Sanzo and Salvatore Termini.

In Casablanca, Angels Don't Fly (2004)

National Geographic: The Last Feast of the Crocodiles (1996)

Liebelei und Liebe (1938)

Frankenstein 90 (1984)

Frankenstein 90 is a 1984 French comedy film directed, produced and written by Alain Jessua. The film stars Jean Rochefort and Eddy Mitchell.

Vertigo 2005: U2 Live from Chicago (2005)

Oxygene: Live In Your Living Room (2007)

Red Hot Chili Peppers: Funky Monks (1991)

Fröhlich Geschieden (1997)

Red, White and Blue (1971)

Dance sports Girls (2017)

Frauen sind keine Engel (1943)

Women Are No Angels (German: Frauen sind keine Engel) is a 1943 German comedy film directed by Willi Forst and starring Marte Harell, Axel von Ambesser and Margot Hielscher. The film was made by Wien-Film in German-occupied Austria.

Thomas Anders: The Gentleman of Music (2009)

Samantha Fox - All Around The World (2004)

Malaise (2014)