Diary of a Teenage Nudist (2004)
Mario Barth: Männer sind primitiv, aber glücklich! (2008)
XS - la peor talla (2003)
Johan Glans: World Tour of Skåne (2008)
Kylie Minogue: Live in Sydney (2001)
Prymas - trzy lata z tysiaca (2000)
Prymas - trzy lata z tysiąca (Primate - three years in a thousand) is a Polish historical film. It was released in 2000.
Wil Anderson: Wilosophy (2009)
Gig Number Two (2007)
Linda P: Rommen er en tøjte (2010)
The Assassination of Jesse James: Death Of An Outlaw (2008)
Der Herr Karl (1961)
Kathy Griffin: Strong Black Woman (2006)
Crusty Demons of Dirt, Vol. 3 (1997)
Ørkenens Sønner: Et Skud i Tågen (2005)
Battle of Long Tan (2006)
Extreme - Take Us Alive (2010)
Ivete Sangalo - MTV ao Vivo (2004)
Talcum Powder (Original title: Borotalco) is a 1982 Italian comedy film written, starring and directed by Carlo Verdone.
The film received multiple David di Donatello awards in Italy for Best Film, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Score and Best Supporting Actor (to Angelo Infanti). It also won Silver Ribbons for Best Actress and for Best Score.
Lucky Fritz (2009)
Lucky Fritz is a 2009 German comedy film starring Corey Feldman. The story is a modern fairy tale.
Simon & Garfunkel: Old Friends - Live On Stage (2004)
Tough Guys of the Prairie (1970)
Tough Guys of the Prairie (Danish: Præriens skrappe drenge) is a 1970 Danish comedy film directed by Carl Ottosen and starring Dirch Passer.
Je Suis A Stand-up – Eddie Izzard Abroad (1996)
Establishing a Food Forest the Permaculture Way (2008)
Three Birds (2002)
Virilidad a la española (1977)
Eternal Gaze (2003)
Phantom Canyon (2007)
Arpa Colla (1982)
The Bigamist (1956)
The Bigamist (Italian: Il bigamo) is a 1956 Italian comedy film directed by Luciano Emmer.
El Crack (1981)
El Crack (English: The Crack) is a 1981 Spanish film drama co-written and directed by José Luis Garci, starring Alfredo Landa. José Luis Garci won the Oscar to Best Foreign picture the next year with his next film "Volver a Empezar" ("Begin The Beguine"), the first Oscar won by Spanish cinema. The plot was inspired by the novels written by Dashiell Hammett, to whom the film is dedicated. It is a detective film and basically a Spanish film noir.
Natalie II - Die Hölle nach dem Babystrich (1997)
Blood Red Planet (2000)
Tre franchi di pietà (1966)
The Teddy Bears' Picnic (1989)
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet the Monsters! (2000)
One hundred meters away (2008)
Anything for John (1993)
Moon Over Morocco (1931)
Moon Over Morocco (French: Les cinq gentlemen maudits) is a 1931 French mystery film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Harry Baur, René Lefèvre and Rosine Deréan . A separate German-language film The Five Accursed Gentlemen was also produced.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Lazare Meerson.
Zwischen Kino und Konzert - Der Komponist Nino Rota (1993)
Joy Ride: An Auto Theft (1976)
Espaldas mojadas (1955)
My Name Is Oona (1969)
The Sports Bar (1983)
Al bar dello sport (At the Bar Sport) is a 1983 Italian comedy film directed by Francesco Massaro.
Les Luthiers: Unen Canto con Humor (1994)
Harry Hill - First Class Scamp (1998)
Zítra to roztočíme, drahoušku...! (1976)
Zítra to roztočíme, drahoušku…! is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1976.
Where There's Smoke (1973)
Il n'y a pas de fumée sans feu (English: There's no smoke without fire) is a 1973 French-Italian thriller film directed by André Cayatte. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear Special Jury Prize.
12 + 1, una comedia metafísica (2012)
The Robinsons: Lost in Space (2004)
Return of the Thundering Herd: The Story That Inspired 'We Are Marshall' (2006)
Melhores do Mundo - Hermanoteu na Terra de Godah (2009)
Wyjście awaryjne (1982)
Scrappy Birthday (1949)
Mia melissa ton Avgousto (2007)
Del brazo y por la calle (1966)
Arm in Arm Down the Street (Spanish: Del brazo y por la calle) is a 1966 Argentine and Spanish comedy-drama film directed by Enrique Carreras and starring Rodolfo Bebán, Evangelina Salazar and Susana Campos. It won the Silver Condor Award for Best Film, given by the Argentine Film Critics Association in 1967 for the best picture of the previous year.
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears is a 1944 Merrie Melodies cartoon short directed by Chuck Jones and written by Tedd Pierce. This short marks the first appearance of Jones' dysfunctional version of The Three Bears, and of course is a parody of the old fairy tale, Goldilocks and The Three Bears.
Mel Blanc provides the voices of Bugs and Papa Bear (for the latter using a raucous voice similar to Yosemite Sam only a little higher-pitched). Mama Bear is voiced by Bea Benaderet, while Kent Rogers voiced dim-witted Junior. Stan Freberg is often credited with voicing the character of Junyer Bear in this short, but Junyer was actually voiced by actor Kent Rogers. The cartoon was released four months before Rogers' death in the crash of a training flight at Pensacola, Florida, while he was in the military during World War II.
Defective detective (2011)
A Long Story (2012)
Uzun Hikâye (English: A Long Story) is a 2012 Turkish drama film, co-produced by Suat Kapkı and Taner Özbel written by Yiğit Güralp and directed by Osman Sınav based on a novella by Mustafa Kutlu. The movie premiered on October 12, 2012.
The Sentimental Bloke (1919)
The Sentimental Bloke (1919) is an Australian silent film based on the 1915 poem The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke by C. J. Dennis. It is generally considered the greatest Australian silent film, and one of the best Australian movies of all time.
Viennese Women (1952)
El edificio de los Chilenos (2010)
I Love Karditsa (2010)
The Art of the Dynamic Handgun (2010)
Muchachas en vacaciones (1958)
Pito Perez (1957)
Las aventuras de Pito Pérez ("The Adventures of Pito Pérez") is a 1957 Mexican film. It was produced by Fernando de Fuentes. Based on Pito Perez and José Rubén Romero's useless lives. Film 52 of the 59 movies on Mexican director Juan Bustillo Oro (1904-1988). Bustillo wanted to bring to life José Rubén Romero's famous novel La vida inútil de Pito Pérez (1938) in collaboration with is good friend and colleague Fernando de Fuentes as the producer and writer and incarnating the main character Germán Valdés “Tin Tan”
Before the Mountain Was Moved (1970)
Before the Mountain Was Moved is a 1970 American documentary film produced by Robert K. Sharpe. The film portrays the struggle by the inhabitants of Raleigh County, West Virginia, to preserve their land from the ravages of strip mining, and their efforts to pass state legislation to this end. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Doing Impossikible Stunts (1940)
Poopdeck Pappy (1940)
Abdul the Bulbul Ameer (1941)
Hobby Horse-Laffs (1942)
A Tree a Rock a Cloud (2017)
A delicate Zen like passing of wisdom from an older man to a young boy when they meet by chance in the early morning hours at a roadside café in 1947.
An Ecstatic Experience (2015)
The Altruist (2006)
The Altruist is a 2004 thriller film, written and directed by Mick McCleery. The film stars Billy Franks as Nick Andrews, the founder of a company called Terminal Assist, which matches up thrill killers and people who want to commit suicide. The supporting cast includes Bobbi Ashton, John Innocenzo, and Mike Mclaughlin.
Pest Man Wins (1951)
Pest Man Wins is the 136th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1951 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Visions of Italy, Northern Style (2009)
Branagh Theatre Live: The Entertainer (2016)
The Metropolitan Opera: Eugene Onegin (2017)
Tchaikovsky’s setting of Pushkin’s timeless verse novel is presented on the Met stage in Deborah Warner’s moving production, starring Anna Netrebko as Tatiana and Mariusz Kwiecien and Peter Mattei sharing the title role. Alexey Dolgov sings the role of Lenski, and Robin Ticciati conducts.
The opera is based on Pushkin’s iconic verse novel, which re-imagines the Byronic romantic anti-hero as the definitive bored Russian aristocrat caught between convention and ennui; Tchaikovsky, similarly, took Western European operatic forms and transformed them into an authentic and undeniably Russian work. At the core of the opera is the young girl Tatiana, who grows from a sentimental adolescent into a complete woman in one of the operatic stage’s most convincing character developments.
Legend of Firefly Marsh (1987)
Elvis Loses His Excess & Other Tales From the World's Longest Yard Sale (2014)
By Jingo (2015)
10 Buildings That Changed America (2013)
Adrenaline Crew: Verdict Guilty (2010)
Welcome to Willits: After Sundown (2013)
The Inheritance of War (2009)
Deus Irae (2010)
Vagabond Loafers (1949)
Vagabond Loafers is the 118th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1949 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Fuelin' Around (1949)
Fuelin' Around is the 116th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1949 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
ANI: A Parody (2014)
The Hot Scots (1948)
The Hot Scots is the 108th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1948 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
The S From Hell (2010)
Breath of Hate (2011)
Breath of Hate is an unreleased 2011 horror film which stars Jason Mewes, Ezra Buzzington and Monique Parent. It is the second collaboration between Velvet Hammer Films and ArsonCuff Entertainment who previously teamed up on Silent Night, Zombie Night.
Broken Vase (2010)
Three Arabian Nuts (1951)
Three Arabian Nuts is the 129th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1951 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.