Corn on the Cop (1934)

Corn on the Cop is a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon short starring Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Granny. Released July 24, 1965, the cartoon is directed by Irv Spector; the only time that Spector, who was mostly known as a story artist, ever acted as director on a theatrical cartoon. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc and Joanie Gerber. The short is notable for marking Porky Pig's final cartoon appearance during the Golden Age of American animation.

Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary (1966)

Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary is a 1966 Tom and Jerry cartoon produced and directed by Chuck Jones. The title is a parody of the popular nursery rhyme "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary".

Catty-Cornered (1966)

Catty-Cornered is a 1966 Tom and Jerry cartoon directed by Abe Levitow and produced by Chuck Jones.

Filet Meow (1966)

Filet Meow is a 1966 Tom and Jerry cartoon directed by Abe Levitow and produced by Chuck Jones. The title is a reference to filet mignon. This short is a re-working of the 1951 Hanna-Barbera Tom & Jerry short Jerry and the Goldfish as another short about Jerry saving a goldfish from Tom.

The Poet and the King (1927)

The Poet and the Tsar is a 1927 Soviet silent biopic film directed by Vladimir Gardin and Yevgeni Chervyakov.

Alpine Antics (1936)

Alpine Antics is an animated cartoon by M. J. Winkler Productions, and features Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.

La gata (1956)

The Cat is a 1956 French-Spanish drama film directed by Margarita Alexandre and Rafael María Torrecilla and starring Aurora Bautista, Jorge Mistral and José Nieto. It is set in the world of bullfighting. It was shot in Eastmancolor and Cinemascope.

Holiday Land (1934)

Holiday Land is a 1934 American animated short film that was nominated at the 1934 Academy Awards for Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film but lost to The Tortoise and the Hare. It was made by Screen Gems.

Keirin Queen (1956)

Onna Keirin-ō (女競輪王) is a 1956 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Haku Komori

Madonna Secret Project Revolution (2013)

secretprojectrevolution is a 2013 American short film directed by Madonna and Steven Klein, dealing with artistic freedom and human rights. The film launched a global initiative Art for Freedom to further freedom of expression, created by Madonna, curated by Vice and distributed by BitTorrent. The goal of Art for Freedom is to promote and facilitate free expression, and thereby hamper repression of artistic expression.

Yamaho Yama (2012)

Yamaho Yama is a 2012 Telugu comedy-fantasy film starring Sairam Shankar, Parvati Melton, Srihari and Sanjjanaa and directed by Y. Jitender. G. Vijay Kumar produced this film for GVK Arts. Mahathi provided the music. Editing was by Marthand K. Venkatesh. Bharani K Dharan handled the Cinematography. The movie is dubbed in Hindi as Qatilon Ka Qatil.

Happy Funerals (2013)

Happy Funerals is a 2013 Romanian comedy-drama film directed by Horațiu Mălăele.

La Tosca (1908)

La Tosca is a 1973 Italian comedy-drama film written and directed by Luigi Magni. It is loosely based on the drama with the same name by Victorien Sardou, reinterpreted in an ironic-grotesque style.

Billy Childish Is Dead (2005)

Billy Childish Is Dead is a 2005 rock n’ roll-themed documentary on the life of Billy Childish. It is directed by Graham Bendel. It features live footage of his bands Thee Headcoats, Thee Milkshakes, and others.

Gas Huffin' Bad Gals! (2000)

Gas Huffin' Bad Gals! is a 2000 film written by and starring Bradford Scobie. It was accepted into the Cannes Film Festival, the New York Underground Film Festival, the Outfest festival in Los Angeles, and was broadcast in England by BBC television. It was not shown in the rest of the United Kingdom.

Jénífà (2008)

Jenifa is a 2008 Nigerian comedy-drama film starring Funke Akindele. The film received four nominations at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2008. Akindele won Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards for her role as Jenifa.

Riocorrente (2014)

Riocorrente is a 2013 Brazilian drama film written and directed by Paulo Sacramento. The film debuted at the 46th Festival de Brasília in September 2013, where it received the awards for best editing and best cinematography, then at the 37th São Paulo International Film Festival in October 2013, it was chosen as the best Brazilian Film according to criticism Abraccine.

Beirut Open City (2008)

Beirut Open City is a 2008 Lebanese film by the Lebanese director Samir Habchi. The film takes place after the Lebanese Civil War during the 1990s and the Syrian occupation of Lebanon.

Business Under Distress (1931)

Business Under Distress is a Czech comedy film directed by Karel Lamač and Martin Frič. It was released in 1931.

A la legión le gustan las mujeres... y a las mujeres, les gusta la legión (1976)

The Legion Like Women is a 1976 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Manolo Codeso, Luis Varela and Francisco Cecilio. It is set during the Spanish Civil War.

Le building (2005)

Le Building is a 2005 French animated short film directed by a team of final year students at Gobelins, l'École de l'image. The story depicts a series of slapstick accidents that cause destruction to a three-story apartment complex. Le Building's team of five directors is composed of Pierre Perifel and Olivier Staphylas, both of whom went on to become Annie Award-recognized animators at DreamWorks, Marco Nguyen and Xavier Ramonède, who have continued their careers with animation credits on various high-profile French productions, and Rémi Zaarour, who has since become a comic book artist, published under the pseudonym Pozla.

Raam (2006)

Raam is a 2006 Indian Telugu comedy drama film written and directed by N.Shankar starring Nitin, Genelia D'Souza and Hrishitaa Bhatt in lead roles and Krishnam Raju in a very vital role. The film, produced by Nitin's father Sudhakar Reddy, has music scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja and was released on 30 March 2006 to good responses. The film was later dubbed into Hindi as Jeene Do: Let Us Live in 2008 by Sumeet Arts.

Woolen Under Where (1963)

Woolen Under Where is a 1963 Merrie Melodies cartoon co-directed by Phil Monroe and Richard Thompson and released by Warner Bros. Pictures featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Mel Blanc provided for the voices of all the characters in this cartoon, however, like all Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog shorts, this short is mostly composed of visual gags.

A Fractured Leghorn (1950)

A Fractured Leghorn is a 1950 Foghorn Leghorn cartoon made by Warner Bros. and directed by Robert McKimson. Foghorn is in pursuit of a snack of earthworm, but if he wants the worm he will have to outwit an anonymous cat, who barely speaks in the whole short. As usual, Foghorn is voiced by Mel Blanc, as is the cat.

The Lonesome Stranger (1940)

The Lonesome Stranger is a 1940 short film by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. This short film was released on November 23, 1940.

Falsifier (2013)

Falsifier is a 2013 Serbian comedy film directed by Goran Marković.

Pournami (2006)

Pournami is a 2006 Telugu language action dance film directed by Prabhu Deva. It stars Prabhas, Trisha, Charmy, Sindhu Tolani, and Rahul Dev. The movie had a lot of pre-release hype because of Prabhas and Trisha's earlier hit, Varsham. The film was dubbed into Tamil and Malayalam under the same name and into Hindi as Tridev: Pyar Ki Jung (2008). The film was partly inspired from the 2001 Brazilian film Behind the Sun starring Rodrigo Santoro which in itself was adapted from an Albanian novel by Ismail Kadare. Shooting locations included Virupaksha Temple, Elephant stables, Stepwell in Hampi.

Paramathma (2011)

Paramathma is a 2011 Kannada language romantic comedy film written, directed and co-produced by Yogaraj Bhat. It stars Puneeth Rajkumar and Deepa Sannidhi in the lead roles and it was released on 6 October 2011, on the eve of Vijayadashami. Halfway through its production, the film's TV rights was procured for a record ₹3.5 Crore. Even before the release, the film grossed a record amount of over ₹25 Cr included broadcasting and distribution rights.

Children of the Age (1915)

Children of the Age is a 1915 short film directed by Yevgeni Bauer.

Gaalipata (2008)

Gaalipata is a 2008 Indian romantic comedy film written and directed by Yogaraj Bhat. It features an ensemble cast consisting of Ganesh, Anant Nag, Rajesh Krishnan, Diganth, Daisy Bopanna, Neethu and Bhavana Rao. The plot revolves around three friends who, debilitated of city life, decide to spend some time in the paternal house of one of them, at a picturesque location atop a hill station. Spending a gala time there, they become romantically involved with the daughters of an army veteran.

Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche (1972)

Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche is a 1972 Hindi horror film directed by Tulsi Ramsay and Shyam Ramsay. This film was produced under the banner of Ramsay Films.

Sang Kiai (2013)

The Clerics is a 2013 Indonesian drama film directed by Rako Prijanto. The film was selected as the Indonesian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Action 3D (2013)

Action 3D is a 2013 Indian Telugu-language 3D comedy film directed by Anil Sunkara, starring an ensemble cast of Allari Naresh, Shaam, and Vaibhav. The film was released on 21 June 2013.

Investment (2013)

Investment (Marathi) is a 2013 Marathi film written and directed by Ratnakar Matkari and produced by Pratibha Matkari for Mahadwar Productions. The leading roles are played by Tushar Dalvi, Supriya Vinod, Sulbha Deshpande, Sanjay Mone, Sandeep Pathak, Bhagyashri Pane, Praharsh Naik, Soham Kolvankar and Milind Phatak who are prominent actors from the Indian film industry. The director of photography is Amol Gole, the sound design is handled by Shantanu Akerkar and Dinesh Uchil with Madhav Vijay providing the background score.

Whale Hunt (2001)

Kujiratori is a 2001 short animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, shown only in the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan. The film has a running time of 16 minutes. It is drawn in a different, simpler style compared to other Studio Ghibli films and uses bright pastel colors.

Rope and Breasts (1983)

Rope and Breasts is a 1983 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Masaru Konuma and starring Nami Matsukawa.

Scarlet Prostitute: Stabbing (1981)

Scarlet Prostitute: Stabbing is a 1981 Japanese pink film directed by Genji Nakamura. Considered one of the most important pink film makers of the 1980s, this is judged to be one of Nakamura's best films as an independent director. Nakamura later made films in Nikkatsu's Roman Porno series, and then directed some of the earliest major gay-themed pink films for ENK.

Office Lady Rope Slave (1981)

Office Lady Rope Slave aka Oniroku Dan's OL Rope Slave and sometimes mis-referenced as Oniroku Dan's Office Lady Rope Hell is a 1981 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Katsuhiko Fujii and starring Junko Mabuki.

Hero of the Red Light District (1960)

Hero of the Red-Light District, is a 1960 film by Tomu Uchida.

Lava Kusa (1963)

Lava Kusa is a 1963 Indian bilingual Hindu mythological film directed by C. S. Rao and his father C. Pullaiah. The film's script was written by Samudrala Raghavacharya. The film was produced by Shankar Reddy under Lalita Sivajyothi films. The film was shot in both Telugu and Tamil languages with the same title, but with slight differences in the cast. The film was a remake of 1934 film of same name which was also directed by C. Pullaiah. The story is an adaptation of the Uttara Kanda from Ramayana. It revolves around the roles of Lava and Kusa, sons of Rama and Seetha. The Telugu version stars Kanta Rao, Shoban Babu, S. Varalakshmi, Kaikala Satyanarayana in supporting roles, replaced in that order by M. R. Radha and Manorama in the Tamil counterpart.

Queen of the Tabarin Club (1960)

Queen of the Tabarin Club is a 1960 French-Spanish comedy film directed by Jesús Franco and starring Mikaela, Yves Massard and Dora Doll. It follows the adventures of a troupe of travelling musicians in the 1910s.

Shadow (1971)

Shadow is a 2013 Telugu film produced by Paruchuri Kireeti on United Movies banner and directed by Meher Ramesh. The film stars Venkatesh, Tapsee, Srikanth, Madhurima in the lead roles and music was composed by S. Thaman. The film was released on 26 April 2013.

Roads of Kiarostami (2006)

Roads of Kiarostami is a 2005 Iranian documentary film directed by Abbas Kiarostami.

Rock N' Roll Cop (1994)

Rock N'Roll Cop is a 1994 Hong Kong action crime drama film produced and directed by Kirk Wong, starring Anthony Wong Chau Sang, Wu Hsing-kuo, Yu Rongguang, Carrie Ng and Chen Ming Chen.

Circus Kids (1994)

Circus Kid is a 1994 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Wu Ma. This film stars Yuen Biao, Donnie Yen, Irene Wan and Wu Ma.

Heartbeat Love (2012)

Heartbeat Love is a 2012 Taiwanese short film starring Rainie Yang and Show Lo. It was filmed in Australia. It is a miniseries that aired on the internet, and has a total of 5 episodes. It started 12 April 2012, and aired every Thursday midnight Taiwan time. This was the second time these two stars collaborated after the successful Taiwanese drama Hi My Sweetheart.

Red Wine (1976)

Red Wine is a 2013 Malayalam-language Indian nonlinear investigation thriller film directed by Salam Bappu, and starring Mohanlal, Fahad Fazil, and Asif Ali in lead roles. The film's soundtrack and background score were composed by Bijibal. Red Wine released on 21 March 2013.

Earth's most beloved son (1993)

The Earth's Most Beloved Son is a 1993 Romanian drama film based on the novel Cel mai iubit dintre pământeni by Marin Preda.

Futari (1991)

Chizuko's Younger Sister is a 1991 Japanese film directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi. It was filmed in Mukaishima Island, Hiroshima.

The Raven (1915)

The Raven is a stylized silent 1915 American biographical film of Edgar Allan Poe starring Henry B. Walthall as Poe. The film was written and directed by Charles Brabin from a 1904 play and 1909 novel by George C. Hazelton.

Pesadilla para un rico (1996)

Pesadilla para un rico is a 1996 Spanish film directed by Fernando Fernán Gómez and written by Luis Alcoriza.

Wilhelm Tell (1923)

William Tell is a 1923 German silent adventure film directed by Rudolf Dworsky and Rudolf Walther-Fein and starring Hans Marr, Conrad Veidt and Erich Kaiser-Titz. The film portrays the story of the legendary Swiss national hero William Tell. The sets were designed by Rudi Feld.

Let's Make the Teacher Have a Miscarriage Club (2012)

Let's Make the Teacher Have a Miscarriage Club is a 2011 Japanese thriller film directed by Eisuke Naitō. The film follows a group of five high school girls led by a psychopath who decide to make their teacher have a miscarriage after hearing the news of her pregnancy.

The Heart of a Hero (1916)

The Heart of a Hero is a surviving 1916 silent film historical drama directed by Emile Chautard and starring Robert Warwick and Gail Kane. It was produced and distributed by World Film Corporation.

Royal Tiger (1916)

Tigre reale (The royal tigress) is a 1916 silent film directed by Giovanni Pastrone under the name Piero Fosco, adapting the eponymous 1875 novel by Giovanni Verga.

Qué hombre tan simpático (1943)

Qué hombre tan simpático is a 1943 Mexican film. It stars Carlos Orellana.

Gangland Odyssey (1990)

Gangland Odyssey is a 1990 Hong Kong action film directed by Michael Chan and starring Andy Lau, Alex Man and Chan.

Lora from Morning Till Evening (2011)

Lora from Morning Till Evening is a 2011 Bulgarian comedy film written and directed by Dimitar Kotzev. The film is based on the 2003 novel of the same name, which Kotzev himself wrote.

Mia and the Millionaire (2010)

Bakkermann (2008)

Max and His Mother-in-Law (1911)

Max and His Mother-in-Law is the title of both a 1911 and 1914 French film directed by Max Linder, Lucien Nonguet. The 1914 film is not a remake. The film is also known as Max and His Ma-in-Law.

La bicicleta (2006)

Waves (1998)

Fridolf Sticker Opp! (1958)

Et budskab til Napoleon paa Elba (1909)

Raja Harishchandra (1913)

Raja Harishchandra is a 1913 Indian silent film, directed and produced by Dadasaheb Phalke. It is often considered the first full-length Indian feature film. Raja Harishchandra features Dattatraya Damodar Dabke, Anna Salunke, Bhalchandra Phalke, and Gajanan Vasudev Sane and is based on the legend of Harishchandra, with Dabke portraying the title character. The film, being silent, had English, Marathi, and Hindi-language intertitles.

The Witch and the Bicyclist (1909)

Den lille hornblæser (1909)

Helsinki, Forever (2008)

Gonzaga – De Pai Pra Filho (2012)

Diabolical Pickpocket (1908)

How to Make Movies (1918)

Money Mad (1908)

Money Mad is a 1908 American short crime film directed by D. W. Griffith. It is based on the short story "Just Meat" by Jack London.

Fartfeber (1953)

Tandem (2000)

Two Tickets for a Daytime Picture Show (1967)

Fridolfs Farliga Ålder (1959)

Löwenzahn - Die Reise ins Abenteuer (2005)

Csontvary (1980)

Dance on the Volcano (1938)

Der Tiefstapler (1978)

Superfluous (1962)

Truckers Ride Again (1984)

Zwei im siebenten Himmel (1974)

Coffee and Cigarettes II (1989)

Die Regentrude (1976)

Poison at 2:30 (1959)

Buffalo Death Mask (2013)

Max Wants a Divorce (1917)

Max Wants a Divorce is a 1917 American short film directed by Max Linder.

Max Takes Tonics (1911)

Max Takes Tonics is a 1911 French film directed by Max Linder.

Ippodrom (1980)

La creación del himno (1910)

The Mountaineer's Honor (1909)

Inspector of Criminal Investigation (1971)

Длинное, длинное дело (1977)

The Sculptor's Nightmare (1908)

Lille Fridolf Blir Morfar (1957)

Knock ou le Triomphe de la médecine (1933)

The Vampires of Poverty (1977)

Violetas (2008)