Topsy and Eva (1927)
Topsy and Eva is a 1927 American drama silent film directed by Del Lord and written by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, Scott Darling, Dudley Early and Lois Weber. The film stars Rosetta Duncan, Vivian Duncan, Gibson Gowland, Noble Johnson and Marjorie Daw. The film was released on July 24, 1927, by United Artists.
Hippety Hopper (1949)
Hippety Hopper is a Merrie Melodies cartoon. Released to theaters on November 19, 1949, this short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by Warren Foster. This is the 2nd appearance of Hippety Hopper and the short that bears his name.
Dream Theater: Romavarium (2006)
Abakada... Ina (2001)
Abakada... Ina is a 2001 Filipino drama movie, directed by Eddie Garcia and written by Shaira Mella Salvador.
Showa onna bakuto (1972)
Overland Express Arriving at Helena, Mont. (1900)
The Film of Her (1996)
El trono del infierno (1994)
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Hammersmith Odeon, London '75 (2005)
Hammersmith Odeon, London ’75 is one of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s most classic performances, perfectly encapsulating the passion, drama and intensity of the extraordinary band as Springsteen brought the Born to Run tour to Europe.
Dave Spikey: Living the Dream (2005)
Cut Shorts (2006)
Pleasure Campus, Secret Games (1980)
Hells Chosen Few (1968)
Johnny Castle Rising Star (2006)
Katia is a 1938 French drama film starring Danielle Darrieux. The movie was directed by Maurice Tourneur, based on novel Princesse Mathe Bibesco by Marthe Bibesco under the pseudonym Lucile Decaux. It tells the love affair of Russian princess and Czar Alexander II. It was remade in 1959 with the same title, which starred Romy Schneider.
Woman in Witness Protection (1997)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Live at the Olympic - The Last DJ and More (2003)
Gold Diggers of '49 (1935)
Gold Diggers of '49 is a 1935 Warner Bros. theatrical cartoon short in the Looney Tunes series. This film is the very first cartoon directed by Tex Avery for Warner Bros., and is the second Warners cartoon to feature the character Porky Pig. The star is Beans the Cat, with Porky Pig as the father of Beans' fiancée (Little Kitty). Beans and Porky set out to find gold and run into some meanies along the way.
The short's title alludes to the California Gold Rush as well as to the popular Busby Berkeley musicals Gold Diggers of 1933 and Gold Diggers of 1935 (which were also released by Warner Bros.).
It was released on DVD on October 30, 2007, in the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5.
It was released on DVD on September 19, 2017, in the Porky Pig 101.
Journal d'un frigo (2011)
Hong xiang (1982)
The Hot Air Salesman (1937)
The Hot Air Salesman is a 1937 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop and featuring Wiffle Piffle.
Life Begins for Andy Panda (1939)
Life Begins for Andy Panda is a 1939 American short subject cartoon created by Walter Lantz, as the very first Andy Panda film.
How to Haunt a House (1999)
Shufu no taiken repôto: Onna no yojôhan (1975)
Revolution! The Making of 'Bonnie and Clyde' (2008)
Artificial Light (1969)
Masikip, masakit, mahapdi (1998)
Master Hands (1936)
Master Hands is a 1936 sponsored documentary film short which shows what work is like in a Chevrolet automobile factory. Credits include original music by Samuel Benavie, cinematography by Gordon Avil, and film editing by Vincent Herman.
It was produced by the Jam Handy Organization, a pioneer in industrial film production. In 1999, Master Hands was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Far skal giftes (1941)
Far skal giftes (Father is Going to Get Married) is a 1941 Danish comedy film directed by Lau Lauritzen, Jr. and starring Helge Kjærulff-Schmidt.
Terra madre (1931)
Mother Earth (Italian: Terra madre) is a 1931 Italian drama film directed by Alessandro Blasetti and starring Leda Gloria, Sandro Salvini and Isa Pola. It was made at the Cines Studios in Rome. Along with Blasetti's other early films, it shows a strong influence of Soviet-style realism. A country landowner decides to sell up and move to the city, but later has a change of heart. It was part of Fascist Italy's promotion of rural over urban values.
Horror Europa with Mark Gatiss (2012)
Bo sha (1981)
The Lonely Hearts Club Band In September (1982)
Dark Heaven (2012)
Gachiban III (2009)
Touched by Auschwitz (2015)
The Love Garden (1971)
Gettysburg is a 2011 American Civil War television documentary film directed by Adrian Moat that was first aired on May 30, 2011 on History. This two-hour documentary film, narrated by actor Sam Rockwell, commenced a week of programming by the History channel honoring and commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War. Gettysburg showcases the horror of the pivotal 1863 Battle of Gettysburg by following the stories of eight men as they put their lives on the line to fight for what they believed in.
The Forty-Niners (1954)
Il mio nome è Scopone e faccio sempre cappotto (1974)
Brothers in War (1989)
How the Beatles Changed the World (2017)
A fascinating story of the cultural, social, spiritual and musical revolution that was ignited by the coming of The Beatles, with revealing interviews and rarely-seen archival footage of the band.
Macbeth is a silent, black-and-white 1916 film adaptation of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth.. It was directed by John Emerson, assisted by Erich von Stroheim, and produced by D. W. Griffith, with cinematography by Victor Fleming. The film starred Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Constance Collier, both famous from the stage and for playing Shakespearean parts. Although released during the first decade of feature filmmaking, it was already the seventh version of Macbeth to be produced, one of eight during the silent film era. It is considered to be a lost film.In the companion book to his Hollywood television series, Kevin Brownlow states that Sir Herbert failed to understand that the production was a silent film and that speech was not needed so much as pantomime. Tree, who had performed the play numerous times on the stage, kept spouting reams of dialogue. So Emerson and Fleming simply removed the film and cranked an empty camera so as not to waste film when he did so.
Teresa is a 1987 Italian comedy film written and directed by Dino Risi.
Woman's World (1932)
Forlorn River (1926)
Forlorn River is a 1926 American adventure silent film directed by John Waters and written by Zane Grey and George C. Hull. The film stars Jack Holt, Raymond Hatton, Arlette Marchal, Edmund Burns, Tom Santschi, Joseph W. Girard and Christian J. Frank. It is based on the novel Forlorn River by Zane Grey. The film was released on September 27, 1926, by Paramount Pictures.
Parts of the film were shot in Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, and Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Must Peeter (2008)
El futuro (2013)
The Sign of the Cross (1914)
The Sign of the Cross is a 1914 American drama silent film directed by Frederick A. Thomson and written by Wilson Barrett. The film stars William Farnum, Rosina Henley, Sheridan Block, Morgan Thorpe, Ethel Grey Terry, Lila Barclay and George Majeroni. The film was released on December 21, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
The Furies (1934)
The Smuggler (1912)
Knock Outs (2011)
The Holy Bunch (1992)
The Gondoliers (1990)
Football Crazy (1974)
L'arbitro (internationally released as Playing the Field, Football Crazy and The Referee) is a 1974 comedy film directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico. The main character, Carmelo Lo Cascio, is inspired on the referee Concetto Lo Bello. The theme song, "Football Crazy", is sung by the football player Giorgio Chinaglia.
Like Father, Like Son (1965)
The Young Sinner is a 1965 American film directed and starring Tom Laughlin. The film was shot in 1961 but not released until 1965 as part of a double feature with A Swingin' Summer.
FIND IT... OR DIE! A 72-mile marathon to glory in New Mexico by Pete Canfield (Ronny Cox, Deliverance, Robocop, Total Recall), Roger Bower (Art Hindle, Black Christmas, The Octagon, The Brood) and Craig Jensen (Tim Maier, Psycho II, Coward of the County) turns into a nightmarish fight for survival when the three men are tracked and hunted by a feral band of commandos armed with full weaponry and motorcycles. Led by Colonel Crouse (M. Emmet Walsh, Blade Runner, Blood Simple, Critters), the renegade group maneuvers to kill their two-legged prey. Lois Chiles (Moonraker, Death on the Nile) and William Russ (Wanted: Dead or Alive, Dead of Winter) co-star in this tense action-packed thriller where man's true survival instincts are tested.
Web of Deception (1989)
Against All (1990)
Silence is a 1931 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and Max Marcin and written by Max Marcin. The film stars Clive Brook, Marjorie Rambeau, Peggy Shannon, Charles Starrett, Willard Robertson, John Wray and Frank Sheridan. The film was released on August 29, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.
Vanity Fair (1915)
Vanity Fair is a 1915 silent film drama directed by Eugene Nowland and Charles Brabin and starring Mrs. Fiske, a renowned Broadway stage actress. The Edison Company produced and released the film. Mrs. Fiske had starred in the 1899 hit Broadway play Becky Sharp based on William Thackeray's Vanity Fair. Here she recreates the role for Edison's cameras. This film marks Mrs. Fiske's second feature film as she had starred in Tess of the d'Urbervilles for Adolph Zukor in 1913. Despite the popularity of Vanity Fair, Mrs. Fiske never made another motion picture.An earlier version was made in 1911 with Helen Gardner. A British feature appeared in 1922 and in 1923 Goldwyn Pictures made Vanity Fair.
The film is preserved in the Library of Congress collection.
Thunder Mountain (1935)
Thunder Mountain is a 1935 American Western film directed by David Howard and written by Daniel Jarrett and Don Swift. The film stars George O'Brien, Barbara Fritchie, Frances Grant, Morgan Wallace, George "Gabby" Hayes and Edward LeSaint. It is based on the novel Thunder Mountain by Zane Grey. The film was released on September 27, 1935, by 20th Century Fox.
Three Of A Kind (1926)
Gde ty, Bagira? (1977)
Liefde, dank je wel (2008)
Weatherman '69 (1989)
Castle of De Sade (1982)
The Auburn Hills Breakdown (2008)
Hold the Lion, Please (1942)
Hold the Lion, Please is a 1942 Merrie Melodies cartoon, first released on June 6, 1942, distributed by the Vitaphone Corporation and Warner Bros.. This is the first Bugs Bunny cartoon where the title does not refer "hare", "bunny", or "rabbit". This short is Bugs Bunny's tenth appearance and Chuck Jones' 39th Warner Bros. cartoon.
The short was directed by Chuck Jones, animated by Ken Harris and scripted by Tedd Pierce. Musical Direction was assigned to Carl Stalling.
The title is a play on the expression used by switchboard operators of the day, asking the caller to "hold the line." The Three Stooges made a short with a similar title, Hold That Lion, which also featured a renegade lion.
The Dali Dimension (2004)
An Airman's Letter to His Mother (1941)
An Airman's Letter to His Mother (1941) is a documentary-style British propaganda short film based on an actual letter from a British bomber pilot to his mother published in The Times in June 1940. Subsequently, the letter was published as a pamphlet and received wide distribution in the UK. "The letter in question had touched a nation's heart and made a popular film subject." In 1941, Michael Powell directed An Airman's Letter to His Mother, based on a dramatization of the letter, and narrated by John Gielgud.
The House of Bernarda Alba (1991)
Clean and Narrow (1999)
DCI 2017: Big, Loud & Live 14 (2017)
Fathom Events and Drum Corps International are excited to bring Big, Loud & Live 14, featuring the 2017 DCI World Championships Prelims, to cinemas nationwide for a special one-night event, broadcast LIVE from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Winslow the Christmas Bear (1996)
Inside the Court of Henry VIII (2015)
A Poor Kid's Guide to Success (2007)
I'm the Elephant, U Are the Mouse (1994)
Quivering Norman (2011)
Beach Town (2015)
Alan Davies: Lafter Hours (1998)
Guru Ba Banda (2018)
Guru Da Banda is an upcoming Punjabi Animated movie based on the life of the great warrior of Sikh History, Baba Banda Singh Bahadar. Banda Singh Bahadur established a monastery at Nānded, on the bank of the river Godāvarī, where in September 1708 he was visited by, and became a disciple of, Guru Gobind Singh, who gave him the new name of Banda Singh Bahadur after initiating him into the Khalsa. Armed with the blessing and authority of Guru Gobind Singh, he came to Khanda in Sonipat and assembled a fighting force and led the struggle against the Mughal Empire.
Hermie & Friends: Webster the Scaredy Spider (2004)
You on Kazoo (1989)
Sangre Songes (1991)
Tough It Out! Webb Wilder Live (2006)
A Thing Called Love (2015)
Strategic Relocation (2012)