Outrageous (2010)

Diablo III: Wrath (2012)

Fatty and Mabel's Simple Life (1915)

A Knight for a Day (1946)

Get your front-row seat for a sold-out medieval slugfest. Faithful--and clumsy--servant Cedric will do whatever it takes to help his noble master, Sir Loinsteak, prepare for a jousting tournament against the defending champion, Sir Cumference. But when Sir Loinsteak takes a nasty spill, it's up to Cedric to take the reins and don the armor to battle for the hand of the fair Princess Esmerelda. Contains tobacco depictions. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Bloomers (2013)

The Perfect Servant (1963)

Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci (2007)

Who Pays the Price? The Human Cost of Electronics (2014)

Change (2014)

Vsetko co mam rad (1993)

Everything I Like (Slovak: Všetko čo mám rád) is a 1993 Slovak drama film directed by Martin Šulík. The film was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Grounded (2003)

The Musketeers (1961)

The Musketeers (Danish: Gøngehøvdingen) is a 1961 Danish family film directed by Annelise Hovmand and starring Jens Østerholm. It was followed by the 1963 film Dronningens vagtmester.

The Lamb of God (1992)

Wet Job (1981)

Running on Empty (2006)

Running on Empty (German: Der Lebensversicherer) is a 2006 German drama film directed by Bülent Akinci. It was entered into the 28th Moscow International Film Festival where Jens Harzer won the award for Best Actor.

Das Herz von St. Pauli (1957)

The Heart of St. Pauli (German:Das Herz von St. Pauli) is a 1957 West German musical film directed by Eugen York and starring Hans Albers, Hansjörg Felmy and Jürgen Wilke. The film is set in the St. Pauli district of Hamburg and was an attempt to capitlise on the success of Alber's earlier starring role in Große Freiheit Nr. 7. It was made by the Hamburg-based studio Real Film.

Ørkenens Sønner: En Sang Fra De Varme Lande (2008)

Mystery On Makeout Mountain (1997)

Harp Dreams (2010)

The King of Texas (2008)

Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise (1939)

Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise is the 42nd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1939 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party at Walt Disney World (1995)

Restaurant Dogs (1994)

Batgirl (1967)

Quiet as Kept (2007)

The Common Man (1975)

The Common Man (French: Dupont Lajoie) is a 1975 French drama film directed by Yves Boisset and produced by Sofracima. It was entered into the 25th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize.

Arabic Numeral Series 7 (1981)

Where God Likes to Be (2014)

The Shooting of Dan McGoo (1945)

The Shooting of Dan McGoo is a cartoon directed by Tex Avery. It starred Frank Graham as the Wolf. Both Avery and Bill Thompson voiced the lead character Droopy. Sara Berner did the speaking voice of Lou, while her singing was provided by Imogene Lynn. The cartoon was edited for a 1951 re-release, removing two cigarette-related gags from the film (as well as the original opening titles).

Trial by Fury: The People v. Scott Peterson (2016)

Shaye & Kiki (2004)

The Birthday Girl (2012)

True Gore (1987)

Popeye, the Ace of Space (1953)

Popeye, the Ace of Space (1953) is a 3D theatrical cartoon released as a Stereotoon. It was produced by Famous Studios for the Popeye series and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was the first Paramount cartoon to be created in 3D format. The other is Boo Moon with Casper the Friendly Ghost. Aiming to make a big impression on audiences, Paramount allocated additional funding for the Stereotoons which more than doubled the amount usually budgeted for Famous Studios cartoons of the day.

Persecution Blues: The Battle for the Tote (2011)

Hangin' Tough Live (1989)

Skylight (2014)

Directing Hell (2011)

Nineteen Nineteen (1985)

1919 is a 1985 British drama film directed by Hugh Brody and written by Michael Ignatieff together with Brody. It was entered into the 35th Berlin International Film Festival.

Me and Ichikawa (2015)

Overwatch: Honor and Glory (2017)

Something of Mine (1991)

Recursion (2014)

Hercules in the Valley of Woe (1961)

Hercules in the Valley of Woe (Italian: Maciste contro Ercole nella valle dei guai, also known as Maciste Against Hercules in the Valley of Woe) is a 1961 Italian Franco and Ciccio comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Kirk Morris as Maciste and Frank Gordon as Hercules.

House: After Five Years of Living (1955)

Jiggers, My Wife (1946)

A Yakuza's Daughter Never Cries (2010)

Show Me the Way to Go Home (1932)

The cartoon characters only want one thing: a drink. Very funny situations, followed by a singalong to three drinking songs. In a live-action sequence in the middle of the cartoon, a drunk staggers around while the audience sings to him.

Pinta (2013)

Liebe auf Befehl (1931)

Maruhi Hong Kong jin niku ichiba (1974)

Souviens-moi (2013)

Cafe X (1928)

Cafe X is a 1928 Norwegian crime film directed by Walter Fyrst, starring Bengt Djurberg and Tove Tellback. It tells the story of journalist Karl Kraft (Djurberg) who uncovers a major weapon smuggling scheme going on in Oslo. Along the way he meets the waitress Lilly (Tellback), who is involved in the affair. He convinces her to abandon the plot, and the two end up together.

No Love Juice: Rustling in Bed (1999)

Super Police (1994)

Dylan Thomas: Return Journey (1990)

Murder By Death: Live (2010)

Merry Dog (1933)

Merry Dog is a short animated film by Walter Lantz Productions, and is the sixth of the Pooch the Pup theatrical cartoons.

Le petit café (1931)

Le petit café is a 1931 French-language American Pre-Code musical film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Maurice Chevalier, Yvonne Vallée and Tania Fédor. The film is a foreign-language version of the 1930 film Playboy of Paris, which was based on the play The Little Cafe by Tristan Bernard. Multiple-language versions were common in the years following the introduction of sound film, before the practice of dubbing became widespread. It was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris.

Gerd ma lui (1984)

Born to Fight is a 1984 Thai martial arts action film directed by Panna Rittikrai in his directorial debut.

Meksikanets (1955)

Duplicity (2005)

Horses (2015)

Adoration (1928)

Adoration is a 1928 American synchronized sound drama film with a Vitaphone musical score and sound effects. The film was released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros., and directed by Frank Lloyd. It stars Billie Dove, Antonio Moreno, Emile Chautard and Lucy Doraine. The film was also issued in a shorter silent version for theatres that were not yet wired for sound.

Hanran (1959)

The Wayward Girl (1959)

The Wayward Girl is a 1959 Norwegian film directed by Edith Carlmar with a screenplay by Otto Carlmar and Niels Johan Rud. It marks the acting debut of Norwegian film actress Liv Ullmann who had previously appeared as an uncredited extra in Edith Carlmar's 1957 film Fools in the Mountain.The film is about the affair between two young lovers, the uneducated and wild Gerd, and her bourgeois boyfriend, university student Anders who decides to run away with Gerd to continue their relationship when his parents disapprove of them.

The Secret Policeman's Ball (2006)

Wednesday's Child (2009)

Cradle Song (1933)

Cradle Song is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Mitchell Leisen, released by Paramount Pictures, and starring Dorothea Wieck and Evelyn Venable.

Daughters (2014)

Universe (1960)

Universe is a black-and-white short documentary made in 1960 by the National Film Board of Canada. It "creates on the screen a vast, awe-inspiring picture of the universe as it would appear to a voyager through space. Realistic animation takes you into far regions of space, beyond the reach of the strongest telescope, past Moon, Sun, and Milky Way into galaxies yet unfathomed." This visualization is grounded in the nightly work of Dr. Donald MacRae, an astronomer at the David Dunlap Observatory in Richmond Hill, Ontario, a facility formerly owned and operated by the University of Toronto, Canada, and now operated by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Using the technology of his era, MacRae prepares his largely manually operated equipment and then photographs, by long exposure, one star. He actually strikes an arc between iron electrodes and makes a simultaneous exposure, which he can compare to the star's spectrum to determine its movement relative to Earth. The film was a nominee at the 33rd Academy Awards in the category of Best Documentary Short Subject in 1961. Douglas Rain did the narration for the English version; the French version was titled Notre univers with narration by Gilles Pelletier. Eldon Rathburn composed the musical score.

Rembrandt (1942)

Rembrandt is a 1942 German historical drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Ewald Balser, Hertha Feiler, Gisela Uhlen and Aribert Wäscher. It was based on the novel Zwischen Hell und Dunkel by Valerian Tornius and depicts the life of the Dutch painter Rembrandt.

Eva (1953)

Eva or Eve is a 1953 Greek drama film directed by Maria Plyta and starring Manos Katrakis, Dinos Iliopoulos and Nina Sgouridou.

Seclusion (2006)

Self Defense (1932)

Self Defense is a 1932 pre-Code talking film drama directed by Phil Rosen and starring Pauline Frederick. It was produced and distributed by Monogram Pictures.It is preserved in the Library of Congress film collection.

Rose (2005)

White Tiger (1923)

White Tiger is a 1923 American crime film directed by Tod Browning starring Priscilla Dean and featuring Wallace Beery in a supporting role.

Gitano (1970)

Gitano is a 1970 Argentine film directed by Emilio Vieyra.

Enlighten Thy Daughter (1917)

Enlighten Thy Daughter is a 1917 American silent drama film directed and written by Ivan Abramson.

A Love of Blueness (2001)

20 Moves (2014)

The Making of 'The Terminator': A Retrospective (1992)

The History Channel Presents: The Civil War (2007)

The Typewriter, the Rifle & the Movie Camera (1996)

Yanni: Live at El Morro (2012)

The Angel Was Born (1969)

Bobbycrush (2003)

Spectral Force (1998)

Lovely Monster (2011)

The Divorce (1970)

The Divorce (Italian: Il divorzio) is a 1970 Italian comedy film directed by Romolo Guerrieri.

Anastasia: The Czar's Last Daughter (1956)

The Story of Anastasia and in the UK, Is Anna Anderson Anastasia? (German: Anastasia, die letzte Zarentochter), is a German film directed by Falk Harnack. The 1956 film is based on the true story of a woman in Berlin who was pulled from the Landwehr Canal in 1920 and who later claimed to be Anastasia, the youngest daughter of Czar Nicholas II of Russia. The entire family was executed in the Russian Revolution, but this was not confirmed until their graves were discovered in 1991 and 2007. The American film Anastasia, directed by Anatole Litvak and featuring Ingrid Bergman appeared the same year.

Les signes (2006)

The Special Magic of Herself the Elf (1983)

Monsieur Beaucaire (1924)

Monsieur Beaucaire is a 1924 American silent romantic historical drama film starring Rudolph Valentino in the title role, Bebe Daniels and Lois Wilson. Produced and directed by Sidney Olcott, the film is based on Booth Tarkington’s 1900 novel of the same name and the 1904 play of same name by Tarkington and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland.

Inferno of the Dead (2009)

Massage Parlor Of Death (2015)

Damsel in Distress 2 (1994)

The John Entwistle Band: Live (2004)

Kanchana Sita (1977)

Kanchana Sita is a 1977 Indian Malayalam feature-length film scripted and directed by G. Aravindan. A mythological film, its story was adapted from C. N. Sreekantan Nair's play of the same name, which is a reworking of Valmiki's Ramayana.

Hunter&Game (2014)

Hunter&Game is a Comedy/Mockumentary Indie Film, written and directed by Kevin Alexander. The film which premiered at the LA Indie Film Fest in October 2014, won both Best Feature and Best Director of a Feature Awards. The film then went on to have its East Coast premiere at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival in May 2015, where it won the Best Feature award.