The Island of Contenda (1996)
The Island of Contenda (original title: O Ilhéu de Contenda) is a 1995 drama film directed by Leão Lopes.
The Act in Question (1993)
The Act in Question (Spanish: El Acto en cuestión) is a 1994 Argentine film directed and written by Alejandro Agresti. The film starred Carlos Roffé and Sergio Poves Campos. The film was also released in the Netherlands and Portugal. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. This movie was partly recorded in a castle in Oostakker near Ghent in Belgium (1992). The family "De Bruyn" who owned the castle, played as observers in the movie.
Fabulous Fanny (1975)
Si Doel anak betawi (1972)
The Search for the Ocean's Super Predator (2013)
Timanfaya (Amor prohibido) (1972)
Saahasa Veerudu Saagara Kanya (1996)
Syurga Cinta (2009)
My Brother the Terrorist (2014)
Suicide Commando - Axis Of Evil (Bonus DVD) (2003)
El grito (1968)
The New Medicine (2006)
The Thing in the Castle (1979)
Am Kap der Liebe (2004)
Magic Bricks (1908)
We're Leaving (2011)
A Dream Comes True (1935)
Little Orphan Willie (1930)
Pencil Mania (1932)
Pencil Mania is a 1932 animated cartoon in the Van Beuren Studios Tom and Jerry series that breaks the fourth wall of theatre and film. The two main characters become animators in the film, and draw various cartoon scenarios against the blank background, and interact with them. The short was created by John Foster and Vernon Stallings (credited as Geo. Stallings), with synchronization by Gene Rodemich, released through Library Films. The opening credits are played over the song "I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover". Run time is 6:54. It is believed to be in the public domain.
Das Wunder (1922)
Daredevil of the Movies (1923)
Santo vs. the Killers from Other Worlds (1973)
The Dirty Dolls (1973)
Pardon Cupidon (1994)
Dark Illness (1990)
Il male oscuro (internationally released as Dark Illness and The Obscure Illness) is a 1990 Italian drama film directed by Mario Monicelli. It is based on the novel with the same name written by Giuseppe Berto. For this film Monicelli was awarded with a David di Donatello for Best Director.
The Girl Chewing Gum (1976)
The Girl Chewing Gum is a 1976 British short film directed by John Smith. The film is widely acknowledged as one of the most important avant-garde films of the 20th century. The film was inspired by a scene in François Truffaut's 1973 film Day for Night in which the director gives instructions to the actors, and even tells a dog to urinate on a lamppost.
Tango-Hasapiko, O Horos Ton Limanion (2012)
Anti Gas Skin (2010)
Don Quixote (1934)
Return to Source: Philosophy & The Matrix (2004)
La T.V. y yo (2002)
How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way (1988)
The Final Season (1988)
The Colonel (1974)
Trader Hound (1931)
The Two Barks Brothers (1931)
Sam's Formalwear (2013)
El nacimiento de un guerrillero (1989)
The Auburn Hills Breakdown (2008)
Ordinary Joe (2012)
The Hole Idea (1955)
The Hole Idea is a 1955 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. It was the last cartoon about black-and-white sequences. He was also the sole animator on the short, as this was during the time he was re-assembling his unit after the brief 1953 shutdown of Warner Bros. Animation. It was a "one shot" short; that is not starring a regular Looney Tunes character.
Little Gravel Voice (1942)
A little burro is beloved by all the cute woodland creatures until he opens his mouth and they hear the horrible braying. Dejected, he wanders off on a mountain trail to cry. A wolf spots him, and begins stalking but the braying, even more hideous when mixed with sobs, chases him off. The wolf spots easier prey: the same cute critters that rejected our hero earlier. He corners a baby gopher, and is closing in, when the burro arrives and brays him right into a rock and off a cliff. The creatures decide to embrace the burro and to tie his ears around his mouth to silence him.
Speaking Directly (1973)
Little Dog for Roger (1967)
Incendiary Cinema (2005)
Acts of Men (2006)
Fresh Hare (1942)
Fresh Hare is a Warner Bros. theatrical Merrie Melodies cartoon. It was directed by Isadore "Friz" Freleng, written by Michael Maltese, and produced by Leon Schlesinger. It was released to theatres on August 22, 1942, and is a play on the term "fresh air".
Friday Night Saturday Morning (2007)
War on Health, FDA's Cult of Tyranny (2012)
Desire of the Innocent Blood (2002)
Hush My Mouse (1946)
Jimmy Buffett & Friends: Live from the Gulf Coast (2010)
Push / Pull / Recover (2013)
A História da Eternidade (2014)
The History of Eternity (Portuguese: A História Da Eternidade) is a 2014 Brazilian drama film directed by Camilo Cavalcante.
DOTA: Nakakabaliw (2014)
Pershing's Crusaders (1918)
Bannebroek's Got Talent (2014)
The Doppelganger (2010)
30 Miles an Hour (1949)
Contemporary Gladiator (1989)
Will Power (1936)
Philippino Story (2013)
Filmmaker Intervention (2012)
Karik and Valya's Remarkable Adventures (1987)
AAA Championships at Fartown, Huddersfield (1901)
The Beach (1992)
A Tin Tale (2011)
The Draw-Back (1927)
The Rip-Off (2006)
Amor, Vida de Mi Vida (2007)
The Spider's Web (1938)
The Spider's Web is a 1938 Columbia Pictures movie serial based on the popular pulp magazine character The Spider. The first episode of this 15-chapter serial was double-length and directed by serial and western specialist Ray Taylor and by comedy and serial veteran James W. Horne; it was the fifth of the 57 serials released by Columbia. The serial was wildly successful when first released in 1938; it was the most popular serial of that year, according to a tally published in The Motion Picture Herald, and was such an exhibitor favorite that Columbia used it to launch a series of reissues in 1947. A sequel, The Spider Returns, was released in 1941; of the Spider's Web principal actors, only Warren Hull and Kenne Duncan returned in their original roles for the sequel.
Cuidado Madame (1970)
The Who: Live from Toronto (1984)
On vous parle de Prague: Le deuxième procès d'Artur London (1971)
The Man Who Invented Gold (1957)
I, Tintin (1976)
I, Tintin (French: Moi, Tintin ) is a Franco-Belgian film which premiered in the Paris cinema as a feature presentation in 1975. Made in semidocumentary style and mixing interviews with The Adventures of Tintin creator Hergé with real historical events and news stories edited together with animated Adventures of Tintin clips, narrated by Belgian news correspondent, Gérard Valet. The film was produced by Belvision Studios and Pierre Films in cooperation with the Franco-Belgian Ministry of Culture (Ministère de la Culture Française de Belgique).
Meloetta's Moonlight Serenade (2012)
Breath of Fresh Air (2008)
Béjart Ballet Lausanne au Palais Garnier (2011)
Brit Floyd: Live at the Echo Arena in Liverpool (2011)
The Fourth Dimension (1936)
Sealed Orders (1914)
The Mysterious X (Danish: Det hemmelighedsfulde X) is a 1914 Danish silent drama film directed by Benjamin Christensen. It was Christensen's directorial debut. Prints of the film exist in the Det Danske Filminstitut and the Museum of Modern Art.
Konga Yo (1962)
Konga Yo is a 1962 French adventure film directed by Yves Allégret. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.
The Corner (1963)
The Vans Warped Tour 15th Anniversary Celebration (2009)
2 Fast 2 Real for Hollywood (2002)
Ça ira - Il fiume della rivolta, also released internationally as Thermidor, is an Italian collage film of documentary film and drama film genres directed by Tinto Brass. Taking its name from the popular revolutionary song Ça ira, the film is a critical narrative of 20th century revolutions from 1900 to 1962 and their legacy.
The first film directed by Brass, Ça ira - Il fiume della rivolta was produced in 1962 but it could be premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September 1964, to see theatrical release in December.
When a Man's a Prince (1926)
Bijo, Chijo, Majo (1970)