My Wasted Life (2000)
Britain's Most Fragile Treasure (2011)
Rosette vend des roses (1985)
Novios de la muerte (1975)
Death's Newlyweds (Spanish:Novios de la muerte) is a 1975 Spanish war film directed by Rafael Gil.
Shadow of the Law (1926)
Shadow of the Law is a 1930 film starring William Powell.
Conspiracy '58 (2002)
Parliament Funkadelic - The Mothership Connection (1976)
Radiohead : The Devil's Way (2005)
Frammenti elettrici n. 6 - Diario 1989. Dancing in the dark (2009)
Hausfrauen-Report 4 (1973)
Der Mann Im Pyjama (1981)
Der Mann im Pyjama is a 1981 German comedy film starring Otto Sander and Elke Sommer. The film won the Ernst Lubitsch Award for best actor (Sander).
When Rock Goes Acoustic (2011)
Ta mig (2010)
Along Came Daffy (1947)
Along Came Daffy is a 1947 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes (reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melody on July 24, 1954) series, featuring Daffy Duck and two characters resembling Yosemite Sam. It was directed by Friz Freleng and written by Michael Maltese and Tedd Pierce. All voices are performed by Mel Blanc. Along Came Daffy is one of only two Warner Bros. shorts (the other being Honey's Money) in which Yosemite Sam is not paired with Bugs Bunny (although at one point Daffy does ask, "What's cookin', Doc?", a variant of Bugs's "What's up, Doc?" catchphrase along with the famous "eh" and the imitated 'carrot chewing').
The Last of the Babingas (1990)
The Organ Grinder's Monkey (2011)
Oh Happy Day (1987)
Prison of the Psychotic Damned (2006)
Contrafábula de una niña disecada (2013)
Kif Tebbi (1928)
Kif Tebbi is a 1928 Italian silent war film directed by Mario Camerini. The film portrays the Italo-Turkish War. A young Italian-educated Libyan nobleman is summoned to fight for the Ottoman Empire when war breaks out in 1911, but eventually decides to change sides and support Italy.
The film promoted the Italian Fascist regime's imperial policies in Libya and in wider Africa. While privately funded (although the government supported its production) the film anticipated future collaborations between the film industry and the Italian state.
The Table (2012)
A World Rattled of Habit (2008)
Ankara ekspresi (1971)
Ankara Ekspresi (English title: Ankara Express) is a 1970 Turkish film directed by Muzaffer Arslan, adapted from the book of the same name by Esat Mahmut Karakurt. It stars Ediz Hun and Filiz Akın.
The film won five Golden Orange awards: best film, best director (Muzaffer Aslan), best actress (Filiz Akın), best screenplay (Bülent Oran) and best cinematography (Cengiz Tacer)
Moravian Hellas (1963)
Eine Seefahrt, die ist lustig (1935)
The Land of Silence (2014)
Der Hauptmann von Köln (1956)
The Captain from Cologne (German: Der Hauptmann von Köln) is an East German film directed by Slatan Dudow. It was released in 1956.
The Board (2008)
Dina and Django (1982)
Netsilik Eskimos, I: At the Autumn River Camp (1967)
Memory Vague (2009)
Take Off (1972)
Titi premier, roi des gosses (1926)
Charley on the Farm (1919)
Le grand souffle (1915)
Hollywood Dinosaur Chronicles (1987)
George Grosz' Interregnum (1960)
George Grosz' Interregnum is a 29-minute long documentary film about the artist George Grosz produced by Altina Carey and Charles Carey, and narrated by Lotte Lenya. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. The original music was by Paul Glass, and the cinematography by Terry Sanders. The film was released on video as "Germany Between The Wars."
Postman Pat's Pet Sematary (2013)
Prometheus Bound (2002)
Each For All (1945)
Ölmüş Bir Kadının Mektupları (1969)
Que d'amour ! (2013)
Kings of Leon Live at the Hammersmith Apollo, London (2007)
National Geographic: Adventure Extreme - Vol. 2 (2012)
Das Lied vom Leben (1931)
The Song of Life (Original title: Das Lied vom Leben) is a 1931 German film directed by Alexis Granowsky.
El águila negra en el tesoro de la muerte (1954)
Dylan on Dylan (2002)
The Stronger Vow (1919)
The Stronger Vow is a 1919 American silent melodrama film directed by Reginald Barker and distributed by Samuel Goldwyn. It is not known whether the film currently survives.
Therion: Adulruna Rediviva and Beyond (2014)
Song 9 (1965)
Afrika - Wohin mein Herz mich trägt (2006)
Hunting List (1994)
Umbracle is an experimental feature film by Catalan filmmaker Pere Portabella. It is often seen as a companion piece to his Cuadecuc, vampir, also starring Christopher Lee. Both films were completed in 1970, though Umbracle was not shown until 1972. Like Cuadeuc, the entire film is photographed on different kinds of high contrast black & white film stock and features a sound track by frequent Portabella collaborator Carles Santos. Unlike Cuadecuc, Umbracle features several scenes of synchronized sound, including a notable scene where Christopher Lee recites Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" and sings opera in an empty theatre, and a lengthy sequence of Spanish filmmakers discussing censorship in their country very frankly, their statements later reinforced by a nearly 15-minute segment from a pro-Franco film.
Viaggi di nozze (1995)
Viaggi di nozze is a 1995 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Verdone.
Curse of the Black Cat (1977)
Passing Hearts (2004)
Zagor kara bela (1971)
Devil's Exorcist (1975)
Blood Call (1988)
Alt for Egil (2004)
Alt For Egil is a 2004 Norwegian musical film directed by Tore Rygh, starring Kristoffer Joner and Trond Høvik. Egil Hjelmeland (Joner) is a pizza delivery driver who decides to teach his best friend Jan-Ove Tofte (Høvik), who is mentally retarded, how to drive the delivery car. The title is a play on 'Alt for Norge' (Norwegian: All for Norway) which is a patriotic Norwegian motto dating to World War II.
Sudden Danger (1955)
Sudden Danger is a 1955 American Film Noir, Crime-Mystery-Drama film directed by Hubert Cornfield, starring Bill Elliott and Tom Drake.
Marillion - Live From Loreley (1987)
Monrad & Rislund: Panik I Pladderballe (1995)
Free Hand for a Tough Cop (1976)
Free Hand for a Tough Cop (Italian: Il trucido e lo sbirro / The Numbskull and the Cop), also known as Tough Cop, is an Italian poliziottesco-action film directed in 1976 by Umberto Lenzi. In this movie Tomas Milian plays for the first time Sergio Marazzi a.k.a. "Er Monnezza", a role that he later played several more times, in Lenzi's Brothers Till We Die (1978, a sort of sequel of this movie), in Destruction Force by Stelvio Massi (1977) and, with slight differences, in Uno contro l'altro, praticamente amici by Bruno Corbucci (1980) and in Francesco Massaro's Il lupo e l'agnello (1980).
El último caballo (1950)
The Last Horse (Spanish:El último caballo) is a 1950 Spanish comedy film directed by Edgar Neville starring Fernando Fernán Gómez.
A Band of Rogues (2012)
A Blow to the Heart (1983)
Blow to the Heart (Italian: Colpire al cuore) is a 1982 Italian drama film directed by Gianni Amelio. The film entered the competition at the 39th Venice Film Festival. Fausto Rossi won a Silver Ribbon and a David di Donatello as best new actor.
The film also won the Silver Ribbon for best script. It was described as a "masterful psychological study investigating two profoundly different characters".
The Alps (2007)
Abbuzze! Der Badesalz-Film (1996)
Abbuzze! Der Badesalz-Film is a German film directed by Roland Willaert. It was released in 1996.
Etter Rubicon (1987)
Etter Rubicon is a 1987 Norwegian thriller film directed by Leidulv Risan and starring Sverre Anker Ousdal and Toralv Maurstad. It was produced by Dag Alveberg and the film company Filmeffekt. The film is a political commentary about the Cold War and follows the aftermath of two children dying after a military exercise off the coast of Nordland and Troms.
Frankie Is a Womanizer (2008)
František je děvkař is a Czech comedy film directed by Jan Prusinovsky. It was released in 2008.
Camilla Läckberg 02 - Predikanten (2007)
Wie die Karnickel (2002)
Wie die Karnickel (Like Rabbits) is a comedy by Sven Unterwaldt from 2002, based on a script by Ralf König.
Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Unledded (1994)
Slipknot: Disasterpieces (2002)
Dave Matthews Band: The Gorge (2004)
Land gewinnen (2007)
Theo, Agnes, Bibi und die anderen (2007)
Os Normais 2 - A Noite Mais Maluca de Todas (2009)
Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency (2009)
Rika: The Zombie Killer (2008)
Evel Knievel lives on (2014)
Los Otros Humanos: Abominable (2017)
Kinder der Berge (1958)
¡Ay, Carmen! (2018)
Borrowed Bride (2005)
Borrowed Bride (Turkish: Eğreti Gelin) is a 2005 film directed and co-written by Atıf Yılmaz.
Pelotazo nacional (1993)
Amore libero - Free Love (1974)
Amore libero - Free Love, also known as The Real Emanuelle, is a 1974 erotic-adventure film directed by Pier Ludovico Pavoni.
It represents the acting debut of Laura Gemser, who moved to Italy from the Netherlands to take part in the film. Gemser was credited in the opening credits of the film and in the advertising material with the name Emanuelle as a reference to the more famous Emmanuelle played by Sylvia Kristel. The film, shot in the Seychelles, was a box office success and launched the career of Gemser in Italian genre cinema.
Saga of the Phoenix (1990)