Wrestless: The MPW Documentary (2014)

The Dark Avengers (2005)

La traversée (2007)

The Lost Trail (1945)

Baraka: A Closer Look (2008)

720 Degrees (2010)

Prayer for a Perfect Season (2011)

March Point (2008)

Zombeak (2006)

What's Going on with My Sister? (2014)

Afflicted, Inc. (2014)

Verdi: Messa Da Requiem: Abbado (2001)

The Goddess of Spring (1934)

The Goddess of Spring is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1934. While the plot follows the myth of Persephone and Pluto, the imagery is more evocative of Hell and Satan.

Third Guest (2016)

Domestic Troubles (1928)

Domestic Troubles is a 1928 American comedy film directed by Ray Enright and starring Clyde Cook, Louise Fazenda and Betty Blythe.

The Empire of Diamonds (1920)

Rorschach (2015)

Cor Childe (2014)

Touch (2012)

The Sailor and the Seagull (1949)

Winter Journey (2006)

Winter Journey (German: Winterreise) is a 2006 German drama film directed by Hans Steinbichler.

The Smooth Sounds of Josh Rouse (2004)

Seeding Fear (2015)

Rabid Rage (2009)

Vishwavijay (2016)

Totally for Teens (2009)

Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown (1986)

Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown is an animated short directed and animated by Jim Reardon, who would later become director and storyboard consultant for The Simpsons. The cartoon was made in 1986 while he was at CalArts. It has a rough draft-like, unfinished black-and-white look to it, with no real color other than the necessary black outlines.

The Scarlet Drop (1918)

The Scarlet Drop is a 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. Just over 30 minutes of footage of the film now survives in the Getty Images Archive.

Welcome to the Jungle Gym (2010)

Deliverance in the House (2008)

Owned & Operated (2012)

Woman Waiting (2010)

Steel Pulse: Door of No Return (2008)

No Popcorn on the Floor (2009)

Blood Is Thicker Than Water: The Making of Halloween H20 (2013)

Inside The Presidency: Eisenhower Vs. Nixon (2001)

Breathing Through Trees (2017)

LA Primavera (2013)

Have You Got Any Castles? (1938)

Have You Got Any Castles? is a seven-minute animated short film released to theaters by Warner Bros. on June 25, 1938. Directed by Frank Tashlin, the film was a part of the Merrie Melodies series produced by Leon Schlesinger and distributed by Vitaphone. It was re-issued into the "Blue Ribbon Classics" series on February 1, 1947, with the question mark removed from the title. The plot of the film centers around characters from well-known works of fiction coming to life in a library whose owner has just closed the facility for the night. The cartoon entered the public domain in 1966 when its last rightsholder, United Artists Productions (successor-in-interest to Associated Artists Productions), failed to renew the original copyright within the required 28-year period. It is also on 50 Classic Cartoons Volume 3.

Official Selection (2008)

Day of the Dead (1957)

Lady Rouge (2010)

Thick Comb (2011)

Who Loves Me? (1936)

Allergic to Flowers (2017)

Pretty Good Friends (2014)

Don’t Take the Name of God in Vain (1999)

The Transcendental Object at the End of Time (2014)

Ninong (2009)

Living Goddess (2008)

Living Goddess is a 2008 film that documents lives of three young Kumaris (prepubescent girls believed to be living goddesses) against the backdrop of the Nepalese Civil War. Premiered at Silverdocs, the AFI/Discovery Channel Documentary Festival in Downtown Silver Spring.

Sincerely, Joe P. Bear (1999)

Umbango (1986)

In the wild west of KwaZulu-Natal, Jack and Owen, two friends accused of murder, prepare to fight back against KK, a cunning businessman bent on revenging his dead brother. KK forms a posse of thugs to aid in his vendetta, and when the two innocent friends learn of the gang out for their blood, they prepare to fight back and stand their ground, the old-fashioned way. A final gun-fight showdown in a five-horse frontier town brings the action-packed conflict to a head, where blood will be spilt if the friends wish to come out alive.

Lighter Fluid (2016)

What Jack Built (2015)

True and Tender is the North (2008)

A Corte do Norte is a 2009 Portuguese film directed by João Botelho.

You're Triflin (2007)

40 Years of Rocky: The Birth of a Classic (2017)

Virgin Sacrifices (1996)

Spore (2015)

Zygote (2017)

Phish 3D (2010)

Phish 3D is a 2010 concert film in 3D featuring the rock band Phish. It was filmed at Phish's Festival 8, a three-day, eight-set, 16-hour concert performed in October 2009 at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. The film opened with a sneak preview on April 20, 2010, followed by a limited one week engagement which began on April 30, 2010. The movie was produced by Action 3D Productions in association with Network Live and Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp. Containing songs exclusive to the film, Phish 3D features footage of the festival, viewed by over 40,000 fans, and of the band backstage and in rehearsals. It also shows a costumed performance of the full Rolling Stones album Exile on Main St. Phish 3D features songs from the band's first ever full-length acoustic set, as well as performances taken from the six additional sets.

Chronicle of Flaming Years (1961)

Chronicle of Flaming Years (Russian: Повесть пламенных лет, translit. Povest plamennykh let) is a 1961 Soviet drama film directed by Yuliya Solntseva. Solntseva won the award for Best Director at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.

How to Fly the P-47: Pilot Familiarization (1943)

Beautiful Relics (2015)

War for Guam (2015)

A Farm for the Future (2005)

The Unnaturals (1969)

The Unnaturals (Italian: Contronatura, German: Schreie in der Nacht) is an Italian-West German gothic horror film directed and written by Antonio Margheriti. It is loosely based on Dino Buzzati's short story "Eppure bussano alla porta" from the collection The Seven Messengers.

Sweet Parents (2017)

Sweet Parents follows the pursuit of success, and subsequent struggle, in the New York culinary and art worlds. Gabby, a sculptor, and Will, a chef, start side relationships with a successful older man and woman in a last ditch hope of supporting their careers, ultimately pitting true love against ambition.

Up Your Teddy Bear (1970)

Julie Newmar (TV's Catwoman), Wally Cox (Mr. Peepers) and Victor Buono star in this sexy comedy about a nerdy doll maker who is seduced by the voluptous head of a toy company (Newmar)!

The Spy Ring (1938)

The Spy Ring is a 1938 American adventure film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and written by George Waggner. The film stars William Hall, Jane Wyman, Esther Ralston, Robert Warwick, Leon Ames and Ben Alexander. The film was released on January 8, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Steal Wool (1957)

Steal Wool is a 1957 American Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones 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 Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf shorts, this short is mostly composed of visual gags. This is the fourth short featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf. The title is a play on steel wool.

Virunga: Gorillas in Peril (2015)

The Couch Potato Workout (1988)

A Night at the Movies: The Suspenseful World of Thrillers (2009)

I, a Negro (1958)

Moi, un noir ([mwa œ̃ nwaʁ], "Me, a Black [person]"; also released as I, a Negro) is a 1958 French ethnofiction film directed by Jean Rouch. The film is set in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Candid Cameramaniacs (1937)

Peaux de vaches (1989)

Thick Skinned (French: Peaux de vaches) is a 1989 French drama film directed by Patricia Mazuy. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.

Hardwood Process (1996)

Good Funk (2015)

Fine Tuned (2014)

Underneath the Arches (1937)

Underneath the Arches is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Redd Davis and starring Bud Flanagan, Chesney Allen, Stella Moya, Lyn Harding and Edmund Willard. Flanagan and Allen formed part of the comedy ensemble known as the Crazy Gang. It was made by Julius Hagen's Twickenham Studios as part of its ambitious production schedule following its abandonment of quota quickies. Two down-on-their-luck Englishmen travel by ship to a South American country where they foil one revolution, and then accidentally start another.

The Wildebeest Migration (2013)

Blue Bottles (1928)

A Girl from the Chorus (1937)

Rio Grande Romance (1936)

Rio Grande Romance is a 1936 American film directed by Robert F. Hill

Why They Kill (2017)

Bouwen te Midden van Eenzaamheid (2017)

Erlkönig (2007)

Kylie Minogue: Showgirl (2005)

Soldaterkammerater på bjørnetjeneste (1968)

Soldaterkammerater på bjørnetjeneste is a 1968 Danish comedy film directed by Carl Ottosen and starring Preben Kaas.

Fantozzi 2000 - La clonazione (1999)

Fantozzi 2000 – La clonazione is an Italian comedy film released in 1999. It is the tenth and final film in the saga of the unlucky clerk Ugo Fantozzi, played by its creator, Paolo Villaggio.

Fantozzi in Heaven (1993)

Fantozzi in Paradiso (1993) is the eighth film of "Fantozzi" film series. In this film, Fantozzi dies. It is followed by Fantozzi - il ritorno (1996).

Miracle of Giving Fool (2008)

Refused Are Fucking Dead (2006)

Refused Are Fucking Dead is a 2006 documentary about the punk band Refused and the last year of their career. The film was directed by the band's guitarist, Kristofer Steen. It includes live performances of "Spectre," "Life Support Addiction," "Circlepit," "New Noise," and "Rather Be Dead." The DVD includes two of Refused's music videos ("Rather Be Dead" and "New Noise") as well as live performances of all the songs on The Shape of Punk To Come (save for "The Apollo Programme Was a Hoax" and "Protest Song '68") as bonus features. The film shares its name with one of the band's songs on The Shape of Punk to Come and is a reference to a song titled "Born Against Are Fucking Dead" by the New York Hardcore band Born Against.

Die Fantastischen Vier: Heimspiel (2009)

Bana Şans Dile (2007)

Bana şans dile is a 2001 Turkish action film directed by Çağan Irmak.

Circles (1980)

Blues Masters (1999)

Dumbeast (2009)

Friday or Another Day (2005)

Friday or Another Day (French: Vendredi ou un autre jour) is a French language film, directed by Yvan Le Moine, which was released in 2005. Inspired by the novel Friday, or, The Other Island, written by Michel Tournier, it was shot in La Réunion with the main actors Philippe Nahon and Alain Moraïda. It was awarded the Swiss Critics Boccalino Award at the Locarno International Film Festival in 2005 .