Tarzan: The Epic Adventures (1996)

Saving Una's Island (2013)

Europakonzert 2010 Oxford (2010)

May morning in Oxford, and the Berliner Philharmoniker join in the celebratory mood abroad in the university city’s medieval streets with this concert in Sir Christopher Wren’s glorious Sheldonian Theatre. For 20 years, the Philharmoniker have given a May Day concert in one of Europe’s great historic cities, and here, under the baton of Daniel Barenboim, the Berlin players thrill the Oxford audience with the sonorous Prelude to Act III of Wagner’s Die Meistersinger, a deeply-felt account of Elgar’s autumnal Cello Concerto by the young American cellist Alisa Weilerstein, and a rousing performance of Brahms’s life-affi rming First Symphony.

Europakonzert 2007 Berlin (2007)

This year's Europa-Konzert takes place in Berlin, on the occasion of the 125th Anniversary of the Berliner Philharmoniker. Under the motto "The Year 1882" the Berliner Philharmoniker under the baton of maestro Simon Rattle are heard with Brahms’ “Concerto for violin, cello and orchestra”, his Fourth Symphony and Wagners’ “Prelude to Act I” from Parsifal - the piece that was the orchestras first recording in September 1913 under Alfred Hertz. The soloists are Lisa Batiashvili (violin) and Truls Mørk (cello), established as sought-after young virtuosos and appearing regularly with leading orchestras and in recitals throughout the world. The “Kraftwerk und Kabelwerk Oberspree (power and cable factory)” is one of the most impressive historical industrial building from the late 19th century in Berlin.

One and a Half Prince (2018)

Gyodoso World Cup (2001)

Moonfall (2021)

Carriage to Vienna (1966)

Coach to Vienna (Czech: Kočár do Vídně, in USA released as Carriage to Vienna) is a 1966 Czech war thriller directed by Karel Kachyňa.

Metal Gear Solid (2019)

Precure the Movie: Dream Stars! (2017)

The Twelve Parsec Stare (2015)

A Christmas To Dismember (2016)

The Secret Santa (2014)

My New Picture (2007)

Upstate Story (2018)

The Ultimate Rally (2018)

The Fifth Annual 'On Cinema' Oscar Special (2018)

The Blair Witch Legacy Fan Film (2018)

Singing Loud! (2018)

Rojo Amarillo Rojo (2018)

Ratne price sa Kosara (2019)

Last Prince of Atlantis (2018)

Oko na Roki (2018)

Mongeville et Magellan: Un Amour de Jeunesse (2018)

Inheritance (2005)

Gangsters (1992)

Gangsters is a 1992 Italian drama film directed by Massimo Guglielmi. It was entered into the 18th Moscow International Film Festival.

Cowboy Camembert (2018)

Spelling the Dream (2020)

Following four hopeful competitors, this documentary explores Indian Americans' decades-long success at the biggest spelling contest in the U.S.

America's Flying Aces: The Blue Angels 50th Anniversary (1996)

Macy's 4TH Of July Fireworls Spectacular (2016)

The Woman with the Hungry Eyes (2006)

Right or Wrong? (1951)

The Faeries of Blackheath Woods (2006)

Concerto: One Night in Central Park (2011)

Là-haut sur ces montagnes (1946)

Multiplicity (2014)

A Light in the Darkness: Part One (2012)

North Pole, NY (2018)

How To Know God (2006)

A Good Samaritan in New York City (2013)

Drei Schwedinnen in Oberbayern (1977)

Three Swedes in Upper Bavaria (German: Drei Schwedinnen in Oberbayern) is a 1977 West German sex comedy film directed by Sigi Rothemund and starring Gianni Garko, Alexander Grill and Beate Hasenau. It was shot in Munich and on location in the Austrian Tyrol.

Agit Pop (2013)

The Flea Circus (1954)

The entire entourage of a flea circus runs away to join a dog.

Señor Droopy (1949)

A bullfight contest between Droopy and The Wolf, staged in the Chili Bowl.

Kék Duna keringö (1992)

His Memoir (2018)

Extermineitors II: La venganza del dragón (1990)

Si Ringrazia La Regione Puglia Per Averci Fornito I Milanesi (1982)

Soraya (2003)

Gyula vitéz télen-nyáron (1970)

Fischia Il Sesso (1974)

Hollywood Extra Girl (1935)

Mediterranean (1963)

Méditerranée is a 1963 French experimental film directed by Jean-Daniel Pollet with assistance from Volker Schlöndorff. It was written by Philippe Sollers and produced by Barbet Schroeder, with music by Antione Duhamel. The 45 minute film is cited as one of Pollet's most influential films, which according to Jonathan Rosenbaum directly influenced Jean-Luc Goddard's Contempt, released later the same year. Footage for the film was shot around the Mediterranean, including at a Greek temple, a Sicilian garden, the sea, and also features a fisherman, a bullfighter, and a girl on an operating table.

Fireside Reminiscences (1908)

A Suburbanite's Ingenious Alarm (1908)

The Dream of an Opium Fiend (1908)

Satan in Prison (1907)

Satan in Prison is a 1907 short silent film directed by and starring Georges Méliès. The five-minute silent was produced by his Star Film Company. It was released in the United States in November 1907. The film was the last in a series of films in which Méliès appeared as Satan, described as a "perfect capstone to the screenings". Méliès had formally been a successful magician and stage performer and he found the Devil to be the perfect character to perform magic in his films.

Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas (2012)

Relationship Status (2012)

Cobra: Kottayam Brothers (2012)

In the Shadow of No Towers (2011)

Bank Busters (1978)

Steve Reich - Phase to Face (2011)

A drummer-turned-composer, Steve Reich has produced some of the most vibrant, original and interesting music of our time, with influences as varied as Bach, Stravinsky, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Balinese and Ghanaian percussion. His technique of ‘phasing’ (short, repeating patterns moving in and out of phase with each other), used first in It’s Gonna Rain of 1965, formed the springboard for his complex and colourful style, with its intoxicating melodic lines and rhythmic patterns. In Phase to Face, we follow Steve Reich as he travels from the Autumn in Normandy festival to Rome (with the Italian musicians of Ars Ludi, the Ready-Made Ensemble, Coro Ha-Kol and Quartetto Prometeo), to Tokyo, to New York, and to Manchester – for the world premiere of 2X5.

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!

Sol Gabetta Sir Simon Rattle in Baden-Baden 2014 (2014)

Sol Gabetta’s debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Easter Festival 2014 in Baden-Baden stood under the sign of contrast: Beginning with Wagner’s Lohengrin and György Ligeti’s orchestral piece Atmosphères they show how they both pursue similar objectives in different ways – that of an iridescent, otherworldly sound Elgar’s warm and melodically charged Cello Concerto is contrasted with Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du Printemps, an entirely progressive piece that pushes the conventional boundaries of classical music. “Sol Gabetta’s Elgar Concerto is one of the best around, a heartfelt, tonally rounded performance …. Hers is a softly spoken presence, especially beautiful in those infinitely sad modulations that fall towards the end of the piece.” - Gramophone magazine

Project Acheron: Patagonia (2015)

This documentary follows four elite athletes as they traverse the beautiful and wild terrain of Patagonia. Led by two American Navy SEALs and a Patagonian guide, the team undergoes a physical and spiritual transformation that they never expected.

Bachfest 2010: András Schiff (2011)

András Schiff, born in 1953 in Budapest is nowadays one of the most appreciated and distinguished pianists in the world. Magically, he brings life into pieces, makes them breathing and swinging and keeps up almost forgotten ideals of piano playing. Thus, he is not only a great pianist, but also a professional whose view is not limited on piano music, but who has wide knowledge of the broad field of macro culture. This enables him to play the piano which always makes sense to his own point of view.

David Golder (1931)

The first sound film by Julien Duvivier also marked his first collaboration with the marvelous actor Harry Baur. Together, they brought to life the vivid protagonist of Irène Némirovsky’s best-selling first novel, an avaricious, self-interested banker whose family life is as tempestuous as his business dealings. Directed with visual panache, this grim yet arresting tale showcases Duvivier’s preternatural cinematic maturity during a transitional phase for the French film industry.

Le Grand Amour (1969)

The Great Love (French: Le Grand Amour) is a 1969 French comedy film directed by Pierre Étaix. It was entered into the 1969 Cannes Film Festival.

Deconstructing The Beatles' Rubber Soul (2017)

In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task—produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums—Rubber Soul. They even had time to create a double A-side single, “We Can Work It Out” backed by “Day Tripper.” Both sides of the single, as well as the album, hit number one on the charts. In Deconstructing The Beatles' Rubber Soul, composer/producer Scott Freiman walks Beatles fans young and old through the creation of Rubber Soul. Learn the stores behind the creation of “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man,” and other classic Beatles songs. Mr. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions.

Lucerne Festival 2009 - Abbado conducts Mahler No. 4 Rückert Lieder (2009)

The charismatic and inspiring Claudio Abbado and the magnificent mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená, with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, hold the audience spellbound in this live recording from Lucerne Festival in Summer. Mahler’s five Rückert-Lieder – in a profoundly moving and rapturously received performance – precede Mahler’s sublime and deeply personal Fourth Symphony. This extraordinary work is executed with power, passion and sensitivity, with Magdalena Kožená giving a transcendent rendition of the final movement.

Friend of the Family II (1996)

Lazy Days (1929)

Lazy Days is a 1929 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. Produced by Hal Roach and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it was the 89th Our Gang short to be released.

A Race for Life (1928)

A Race for Life is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman. Originally, the film was presumed to be lost. However, according to the Library of Congress Database, the film was found in Netherlands. The film was released with a Vitaphone soundtrack with a synchronised musical score and sound effects.

Exoids (2012)

The Prince and the Nature Girl (1965)

The Crimson Curtain (1953)

The Crimson Curtain (French: Le Rideau cramoisi) is a 1953 French short film directed by Alexandre Astruc. It was screened at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival, but not entered into the competition.

The Muthers (1968)

Washington the Warrior (2006)

Possible (2013)

Oedipus (2004)

David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper (1992)

Wedding Chest (2006)

The Wedding Chest (Russian: Sunduk predkov) is a 2006 Kyrgyz film directed by Nurbek Egen. It was Kyrgyzstan's submission to the 79th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, as well as its first submission to the Academy in its history, but it was not accepted as a nominee.

Lovers Blades (1982)

Horas Fatais (1987)

Shelter from the Storm (2015)

Then Again (2013)

I Do, I Do (2005)

Jardines Colgantes (1993)

EvAbridged 1.0 This Is (Not) a Parody (2012)

Bowy Is Inside (2012)

BBC: The Voice of Britain (1935)

Sliphorn King of Polaroo (1945)

Derren Brown Presents the 3D Magic Spectacular (2009)

When You Wake Up (2014)

Too Loud a Solitude (2007)

A Husband for Anna (1953)

A Husband for Anna (Italian: Un marito per Anna Zaccheo) is a 1953 Italian romance-drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.

El dinero tiene miedo (1970)

Robert Klein: Child of the 50's, Man of the 80's (1984)

Fabulous High (2012)