Flying Stewardess (1940)

All Magic Sands/Chappaqua (2013)

Screwball '94 (1994)

Journey to Enlightenment (1995)

Battling Amazons (1987)

Chetyre vozrasta lyubvi (2008)

The Boy Who Loved Trolls (1984)

The Boy Who Loved Trolls is a 1984 American fantasy/adventure film produced for the PBS series WonderWorks. The story was adapted by James A. DeVinney from a play by John Wheatcroft. The original play, entitled Ofoeti, was telecast in 1966, on NET Playhouse, winning a National Television Award that year for best original television play.

Anatolian Eagles (2011)

Anadolu Kartalları (Anatolian Eagle) is a Turkish film directed by Ömer Vargi and released in 2011. It is produced by the production company Fida Film, and stars Engin Altan Düzyatan, Özge Özpirinçci and Çağatay Ulusoy. The film, commissioned for the centenary of the Turkish Air Force, was filmed in collaboration with the Turkish Air Force in the air base in Konya. Some aerial scenes were notably performed by Türk Yıldızları and Solo Türk, the aerobatic team of the Turkish Air Force. The film is the sixth biggest hit of 2011 Turkish box office, with a total of 1,179,190 entries and grossing 10,217,302 Turkish liras.

So Many Days (2012)

House of Satisfaction (2008)

Allergy to Originality (2012)

Diving Women of Jeju-do (2007)

Schwarzenegger: Total Rebuild (1988)

A Model Family in a Model Home (2015)

Ration Bored (1943)

Ration Bored is the ninth animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on July 26, 1943, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures.

Fisheye (1980)

The Lotus Gun (2016)

Judy and Her Guests, Phil Silvers and Robert Goulet (1963)

Great Days Of The Century (1984)

O Barão (2011)

The Baron (Portuguese: O Barão) is a 2011 Portuguese film directed by Edgar Pêra. During the second world war, an American crew of B-Movies took refuge in Lisbon. In 1943, producer Valerie Lewton married with a Portuguese actor that translated to her Branquinho da Fonseca's short story "The Baron". The dictator heard about the movie and ordered that the film was destroyed. The crew was repatriated. The Portuguese actors were deported to Tarrafal's Concentration camp. They died tortured in the "skillet", a cubicle where humans were roasted. In 2005, 2 reels and the screenplay were found in the archives of Barreiro's kino-club. For the next 5 years the film was restored and reshot. In 2011, was shown for the first time.

Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait (2002)

Flying the Secret Sky: The Story of the RAF Ferry Command (2008)

The Adventures of Ricardo (1993)

New Shores (1987)

Swimming Stone (1969)

Jefferson (2010)

Thomas Jefferson is the most researched, most written about, most referenced, and most quoted of our Founding Fathers. And yet, somehow, he remains the most stubbornly inscrutable. His life is a seemingly impenetrable thicket of contradictions: he enshrined the words "All Men are Created Equal," and yet was a lifelong slave-owner; he was simultaneously a "man of the people" and the personification of the Virginia aristocrat; he was a die-hard American revolutionary who was also a dedicated lover of European culture and art; he advocated ruthless fiscal responsibility as president, yet his own finances were mired in debt. Embrace and celebrate the third president's complicated life and legacy in the History documentary, Jefferson, the story of a national icon who remains, in historian Joseph Ellis' memorable phrase, "a great American Sphinx."

Putting It Together (2001)

Putting It Together: Direct from Broadway is a 2001 film of the Broadway production of the musical revue Putting It Together as captured live in performance on Broadway featuring the show's original Broadway cast. The show was captured at Broadway’s Barrymore Theatre in New York City February 20, 2000 utilizing multiple high definition cameras by Broadway Worldwide. The film was released October 14, 2001 on cable and satellite pay-per-view channels in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. The program was released on DVD and VHS February 26, 2002 by Good Times Video, with a DVD re-release December 12, 2006 by Image Entertainment. HBO bought the program in December 2002 for a two-year contract on the network.

Story of a Woman (1970)

Story of a Woman is a 1970 American film written and directed by Leonardo Bercovici.

Flower of Night (1925)

Flower of Night is a lost 1925 silent film drama directed by Paul Bern. Famous Players-Lasky produced the film with Paramount Pictures releasing. Joseph Hergesheimer provided an original story for the screen.

How to be a Prince (2003)

Moon's Pool (1973)

Overkill: Wrecking Everything - An Evening in Asbury Park (2002)

Johnny Come Lately (2009)

Frisions in Distress (1935)

Friesennot is a 1935 German film directed by Peter Hagen. The film is also known as Dorf im roten Sturm (German reissue title) and Frisions in Distress (USA).

Imagens do Inconsciente (1986)

Erasure: The Tank, the Swan, and the Balloon - Live! (1992)

Black Button (2011)

Butterfly zone - Il senso della farfalla (2010)

Conversations with Roy DeCarava (1983)

Sappho and Jerry, Parts 1-3 (1978)

Young Americans (2014)

The BQE (2007)

Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Hellbound, Flesh-Eating Subhumanoid Zombified Living Dead, Part 3 (2005)

Hard 'N Heavy Volume 1 (1989)

Stravinsky et les Ballets Russes (2009)

Äta lunch (2013)

This Is Climate Change (2018)

Transporting viewers into an unfolding global crisis, THIS IS CLIMATE CHANGE is a bracing, four-part virtual reality docu-series from Participant Media and Condition One. In one experience, MELTING ICE, Al Gore visits a diminishing ice sheet, where glaciers collapse and melting ice becomes raging rivers. Another experience, FIRE, tracks last year’s debilitating California blazes with firefighters’ work seen in breathtaking close-up. FEAST then drops viewers into Brazil’s rainforests where cattle ranches threaten the vital ecosystem, while FAMINE depicts once-fertile Somalian lands turned arid, marked by growing displacement camps. Witness four unique stereoscopic stories of harrowing cause and effect—four calls for action.

Yeah Sure Okay (2008)

Zarr-Dos (2017)

An Evening with Marlene Dietrich (1973)

An Evening With Marlene Dietrich is a concert-format television special, starring Marlene Dietrich, first broadcast in 1973.

Riley (2015)

Congress Dances (1955)

The Congress Dances (German: Der Kongreß tanzt) is a 1955 Austrian historical musical film directed by Franz Antel and starring Johanna Matz, Rudolf Prack and Hannelore Bollmann. It is a remake of the 1930 film The Congress Dances, about a romance that takes place during the Congress of Vienna in 1814. The film was shot in Eastmancolor, with sets designed by art directors Isabella and Werner Schlichting.

Salem Rogers (2015)

Rocky Horror Show Live (2015)

Jesus, Bro! (2017)

A popular internet atheist has a near death experience and must come back to Earth to spread the good news of Jesus to his online followers.

Discovering Dave: Spirit Captured in Clay (2013)

FBI: Frikis buscan incordiar (2004)

Sell Out! (The Student Films of Don Swanson) (2007)

Act Your Age: The Kids of Widney High Story (2010)

High Security Vacation (2009)

High Security Vacation (Russian: Каникулы строгого режима, translit. Kanikuly strogogo rezhima) is a 2009 Russian comedy film directed by Igor Zaytsev.

Penny Pinchers: The Kings of No-Budget Horror (2017)

Fast Companions (1932)

Fast Companions is a 1932 American pre-Code sports drama film directed by Kurt Neumann and starring Tom Brown, Maureen O'Sullivan and James Gleason.

Memories of the Olympic Summer of 1952 (1954)

Odd Noggins (2000)

The Assignation (1953)

How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 10: 'Trouble Shots' (1931)

The Garden of Steven (2012)

La copla de la Dolores (1947)

Song of Dolores (Spanish: La copla de la Dolores) is a 1947 Spanish drama film directed by Benito Perojo, written by Francisco Madrid. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

Film in Which There Appear Edge Lettering, Sprocket Holes, Dirt Particles, Etc. (1966)

Film in Which There Appear Edge Lettering, Sprocket Holes, Dirt Particles, Etc. is a 1966 American experimental short film directed by Owen Land.

The Burkittsville 7 (2000)

Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses (2001)

November Children (1972)

A young group of migrant fruit-pickers settle in a farm community, and try to have a say in town politics by choosing their own nominees for the local elections. Their candidates win, but the mayor and a judge get the town sheriff to wage a war of harassment in an attempt to force them to leave. But they don't give up easily.

Rock The Dreidel (2015)

Summer of '63 (1963)

Dances Sacred and Profane (1985)

Sexual Meditation No. 1: Motel (1972)

Hard 'N Heavy Volume 2 (1989)

Should I Marry Outside My Faith? (1962)

Back from the Dead: Hot Rod Documentary (2005)

Europakonzert 2016 from Røros (2016)

Waldbühne 2015 - Lights, camera, action! (2015)

Waldbühne 2016: A Czech Night (2016)

Ultimate Jordan (2001)

A Ghost in the Making: Searching for the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee (2016)

Faye's 12 Days of Christmas (Short) (1995)

The Erotic Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1976)

The Kiss (2010)

Stripteaser (1995)

Mars: Quest for Life (2008)

Mumia Abu-Jamal: A Case for Reasonable Doubt? (1998)

Obstacle (2004)

Zoom and Bored (1957)

Zoom and Bored is a 1957 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series featuring Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner. The title is a pun on the term "room and board".

Paul Mccartney: The Space Within Us (2006)

Winnie the Pooh & Christmas Too (1991)

Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too is a 1991 Christmas television special based on the Disney television series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, originally broadcast on Saturday, December 14, 1991 on ABC. It is a direct-to-video animated film stories produced by Walt Disney Animation (France), S.A. and Walt Disney Pictures.. TV Guide ranked the special number 6 on its 10 Best Family Holiday Specials list.

Midnight in a Toy Shop (1930)

Midnight in a Toy Shop is a 1930 Silly Symphonies animated film directed by Wilfred Jackson and produced by Walt Disney Productions.

The Complex Sessions (1995)

Water on the Road (2008)

The Magnetic Telescope (1942)

The Magnetic Telescope is the sixth of the seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This animated short was created by the Fleischer Studios. The story runs about eight minutes and covers Superman's adventures in saving the town from a comet drawn toward Earth by a magnetic telescope. It was originally released 24 April 1942.

Drum Struck (1992)

A Day Off (1968)