A Hot Dog Program (1999)

Frankie and Johnnie... Were Lovers (1973)

Killing Us Softly 3: Advertising's Image of Women (1999)

Everything Is All Right, Mom! (2010)

Hunt for the Great White Shark (1994)

Teaser (1973)

VistaVision Visits Sun Trails (1955)

Savage Man Savage Beast (1975)

Ultime grida dalla savana (1975) (English: Final Cry of the Savanna), also known as La Grande caccia and by its English title Savage Man Savage Beast, is a Mondo documentary directed by Antonio Climati and Mario Morra. Filmed all around the world, its central theme focuses on hunting and the interaction between man and animal. More specifically, the film documents various forms of hunting that can be found in the world and how humans and animals can both become the hunter or prey. Like many Mondo films, the filmmakers claim to document real, bizarre and violent behavior and customs, although some scenes were actually staged. It is narrated by the Italian actor and popular dubber Giuseppe Rinaldi and the text was written by Italian novelist Alberto Moravia. This was the first film of Climati's and Morra's Savage Trilogy, which also includes Savana violenta (This Violent World) and Dolce e selvaggio (Sweet and Savage). The best known film of the trilogy, Ultime grida dalla savana became influential in exploitation cinema by use of cinematographic techniques that were repeated in numerous subsequent Mondo films. Two scenes in particular, a lion attack on a tourist in Namibia and the murder of an indigenous man by a group of mercenaries in South America, have gained notoriety as genuine footage of human death. The film also sparked a rivalry between the team of Climati and Morra and the brothers Alfredo and Angelo Castiglioni. These two teams became the forerunners of the second generation of Mondo cinema.

Off-limits (1986)

Mysterious Planet (1982)

He Cooked His Goose. (1952)

He Cooked His Goose is the 140th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1952 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.59.

The Froze Nose Knows (1970)

Unterm Röckchen stößt das Böckchen (1974)

Verso sud (1992)

Verso Sud (internationally known as 'Going South) is a 1992 Italian drama film produced, written and directed by Pasquale Pozzessere. For this film Antonella Ponziani was awarded with a David di Donatello for Best Actress and a Silver Ribbon in the same category. The director Pasquale Pozzessere was instead nominated for a David di Donatello for Best New Director and won a Grolla d'oro in the same category. The film also won the Grand Prix at the Annecy Film Festival.

The Killing Kind (2004)

Valerie Inside Outside (1972)

Valerie Inside Outside (Italian: Valeria dentro e fuori) is a 1972 Italian drama film written and directed by Brunello Rondi.

One Way Boogie Woogie 2012 (2012)

Cerro Pelado (1966)

All the Way (2001)

The Good Omen (2009)

Time Machine: When Cowboys Were King (2003)

The Bielski Brothers: Jerusalem in the Woods (2006)

Suddenly, a Woman (1963)

Suddenly, a Woman! (Danish: Gudrun) is a 1963 Danish drama film directed by Anker Sørensen and starring Laila Andersson.

Our Problems (2004)

Splendid Float (2004)

The Peony Pavilion (1995)

Terra Incognita (2002)

Exiles (2013)

The Story of Ermei (2004)

Jingzhe is a 2004 Chinese film directed by Wang Quan'an. The film is Wang's second feature and sees him reuniting with actress Yu Nan. Jingzhe is also known by its original international title, The Story of Ermei. Jingzhe tells the story of Ermei (played by Yu Nan), a young villager in rural China. When Ermei's family falls on hard financial times, she is forced to marry off to an alcoholic villager so her family can collect the bride price. Unhappy in her married life, Ermei runs away to the city where she finds a work at a restaurant. She has an affair with a man named Qiao but soon returns to her drunkard husband, where an emergency forces her to take initiative in her relationship. Jingzhe was screened in several international film festivals throughout 2004, including the high profile Berlin International Film Festival on February 10, 2004, where it was part of the "Panorama" program.

Ming Ghost (1993)

Nights of Boccaccio (1972)

Boccaccio (also known as The Nights of Boccaccio) is a 1972 Italian comedy film written and directed by Bruno Corbucci. It is loosely based on the Giovanni Boccaccio's novel Decameron, and it is part of a series of derivative comedies based on the success of Pier Paolo Pasolini's The Decameron.

Bloody Beast (1994)

Podejrzani zakochani (2013)

The Second Execution of Romell Broom (2012)

The Millennial Rapture (2012)

Home (2005)

A dos aguas (1987)

The Two Waters (Spanish: A dos aguas) is a 1988 Argentine drama film directed by Carlos Olguin-Trelawny, his opera prima, and written Martha Gavensky starring Miguel Ángel Solá and Bárbara Mújica.

A miniszter félrelép (1997)

Out of Order (Hungarian: A miniszter félrelép) is a 1997 Hungarian comedy film directed by András Kern and Róbert Koltai.

The Cult Of The Suicide Bomber (2005)

Here I Am (2010)

So's Your Uncle (1943)

So's Your Uncle is 1943 comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough. A man impersonates his uncle and he runs into trouble with his girlfriend's aunt.

M.O.G. (2006)

DC Films Presents Dawn of the Justice League (2016)

Nancy Barry's Big Case (2009)

The Blood Ship (1927)

The Blood Ship is a 1927 silent drama film directed by George B. Seitz. The seventh and final reel of the film was thought to be lost until 2007. The final reel was ultimately found and the film was screened in its entirety on October 11, 2007.

The Sky Hawk (1929)

The Sky Hawk is a 1929 American pre-Code adventure film, produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation and directed by John G. Blystone. The screenplay was adapted by Llewellen Hughes from his article "Chap Called Bardell" and novelized by Guy Fowler. The film stars John Garrick, Helen Chandler and Gilbert Emery.

Roosevelt in Africa (1910)

Roosevelt in Africa is a film by Cherry Kearton, released in 1910. It is a documentary featuring Theodore Roosevelt in Africa. It is shot in silent black and white. One of the biggest headline-grabbing stories of 1910 was former president Theodore Roosevelt's safari into Africa. Landing in Mombasa in 1909, Roosevelt spent months in the wilds of East Africa, hunting big game in parts of what are now Kenya and Uganda. For some of this journey, he was accompanied by famed British bird-and-animal photographer Cherry Kearton, who shot wildlife and native scenes with a hand-cranked motion picture camera. Among the scenes captured by Kearton's camera were a number of Maasai gatherings and dances – although the Maasai were incorrectly identified in the film's slates as "Zulus." Quick to cash in on the media frenzy, the Selig company of Chicago, actually released a fake documentary which it had shot at its own California game preserve, using a lookalike actor as a stand-in for Roosevelt when necessary. Motion Picture Patents Company, using Pathe as its distribution arm, responded by releasing the authentic Kearton footage under the title Roosevent in Africa. Kearton had dreamed of filming an African lion, but was unable to do so during the Roosevelt voyage. The fake Selig film did feature a lion – a tamed aged lion.

Coffee House Rendezvous (1966)

Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood (2009)

Legion of Terror (2009)

Other (2012)

Jeffries-Johnson World's Championship Boxing Contest, Held at Reno, Nevada, July 4, 1910 (1910)

High and Dry (2014)

Skeletons (1979)

The Silent Scream (1984)

The Silent Scream is a 1984 anti-abortion educational film directed by Jack Duane Dabner and narrated by Bernard Nathanson, an obstetrician, NARAL Pro-Choice America founder, and abortion provider turned pro-life activist, and produced in partnership with the National Right to Life Committee. The film depicts the abortion process via ultrasound and shows an abortion taking place in the uterus. During the abortion process, the fetus is described as appearing to make outcries of pain and discomfort. The video has been a popular tool used by the pro-life campaign in arguing against abortion, but it has been criticized as misleading by members of the medical community.

The Captive: The Longest Drive 2 (1976)

The Captive: The Longest Drive 2 is a 1976 film directed by Lee H. Katzin. It stars Joaquin Garay III and Tim Matheson.

The Story of Petroleum (1923)

The Real Patsy Cline (1989)

Over 40 years after her death in a plane crash, singer Patsy Cline continues her hold on country music fans around the world. Celebrated for her rich vocal tone, emotionally expressive and bold contralto voice, Patsy Cline rose to prominence, successfully crossing over into popular music, before tragically dying at the age of thirty. This program presents archival clips of her riveting performances on television and in concert - singing her signature tunes, such as 'C'mon In', 'I Fall To Pieces' and 'Crazy', a song penned by a young Willie Nelson. Featuring in-depth interviews with family, friends and world renowned music colleagues such as Carl Perkins and Loretta Lynn, The Real Patsy Cline is a thoughtful and refreshing look at one of the classiest and most respected vocalists in country music history - a pivotal figure of the 1960's Nashville Sound. Songs include: 'She's Got You', 'I Fall To Pieces', 'Crazy', 'Sweet Dreams', 'C'mon In', 'Lovesick Blues' & 'How Can I Face Tomorrow'.

The Animation Show 4 (2008)

The Girl and the Fox (2011)

A Daughter of Two Worlds (1920)

A Daughter of Two Worlds is a surviving 1920 silent film adventure drama directed by James Young and starring Norma Talmadge, Jack Crosby, and Virginia Lee.

Putting It Together: The Making of the Broadway Album (1985)

Trouble on the Trail (1954)

Arnold Rides His Chair (1991)

The College Hero (1927)

The College Hero is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Walter Lang. This is a surviving title contrary to some reports, as it is on video.

Moonlight in Hawaii (1941)

Moonlight in Hawaii is a 1941 American musical film comedy starring Jane Frazee. Maria Montez has a small role, with her hair dyed blonde.

Thou Shalt Laugh 5 (2011)

Interkosmos (2006)

Interkosmos is a 2006 film directed by Jim Finn.

Hit Parade of 1947 (1947)

Hit Parade of 1947 is a 1947 American comedy film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Mary Loos. The film stars Eddie Albert, Constance Moore, Joan Edwards, Gil Lamb, Bill Goodwin and William Frawley. The film was released on March 22, 1947, by Republic Pictures.

Queen: Greatest Flix (1981)

Portal (2006)

Cyberscape: A Computer Animation Vision (1997)

Independent Intervention (2006)

The Wildcat of Tucson (1940)

The Wildcat of Tucson is a 1940 American western film directed by Lambert Hillyer, starring Bill Elliott as "Wild Bill" Hickok and Evelyn Young as Vivian Barlow. The film was produced and released by Columbia Pictures. A feature film, the length of the movie is 59 minutes.

Darkness (1993)

Darkness, also known as Darkness: The Vampire Version and Leif Jonker's Darkness, is a 1993 American independent horror film written, produced, edited and directed by Leif Jonker and starring Gary Miller, Randall Aviks and Mike Gisick. The film was heavily circulated on the underground horror circuit and is famous for having a large number of exploding heads in it, more than any previous film of the genre. The special effects were created by Leif Jonker and Miller, who plays a vampire hunter.

The Maker (2012)

My Son Is Guilty (1939)

My Son Is Guilty is a 1939 American action adventure crime film, starring Bruce Cabot and Glenn Ford, directed by Charles Barton and released by Columbia Pictures.

Fantasies (1976)

Alien Earths (2009)

The Bold Bank Robbery (1904)

The Bold Bank Robbery is a 1904 short crime film produced and distributed by the Lubin Manufacturing Company. The silent film depicts a group of burglars who plan and execute a successful bank heist. Company employee Jack Frawley was the film's director, also coming up with the story and serving as cinematographer; the cast's identities are unknown. The silent film was the first Lubin Manufacturing Company release to feature an original narrative. The film was created after the commercial success of the Edwin S. Porter film The Great Train Robbery, and was intended to be similar to it. Released on July 30, 1904, reception was mixed. It is credited with having motivated Porter to direct the film Capture of the "Yegg" Bank Burglars. A print of the seven-minute film, which is now in the public domain, is preserved in the Library of Congress. In 2002, the film was released on DVD as part of a compilation of silent films.

Forward March Hare (1953)

Forward March Hare is an animated Looney Tunes cartoon released in 1953 featuring Bugs Bunny. Bugs, accidentally drafted into the Army, causes havoc with his sergeant at basic training. The title relates to the March Hare. This cartoon was released during the final months of the Korean War.

The Making of Captain EO (1986)

Rip, Sew and Stitch (1953)

Rip, Sew and Stitch is the 150th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1953 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Suicide Run (2001)

Living Dolls: The Making of a Child Beauty Queen (2001)

Living Dolls: The Making of a Child Beauty Queen is a 2001 HBO documentary film on Child beauty pageants directed by Shari Cookson.

Fighting Chance (2015)

The Making of 'The Incredibles' (2005)

Building Bombs (2000)

How to Eat Your Apple (2011)

Time Warp (2007)

Women's Private Parts (2000)

Strange Rampage (1967)

Game of Thrones: A Day in the Life (2015)

The Good for Nothing (1912)

The Making of 'Superman: The Movie' (1980)

RocketKitKongoKit (1986)

Valley of Fear (1947)

Time Flies (1997)

Food Will Win the War (1942)

Food Will Win the War is an American short animated film produced by Walt Disney Studios and released on July 21, 1942, seven months and two weeks after the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The 6-minute short was one of a series of animated films produced by Disney during the war as part of a propaganda campaign. The animation was produced on order of the Department of Agriculture, first and foremost to educate about the importance of American agriculture in the war effort and also, to offset fears and panic of Americans who thought too many supplies were being sent overseas. The film was a morale boosting production, in the hope of improving public mood and opinion about sacrifice for the war effort.

The Spoilers (1955)

The Spoilers is a 1930 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Edwin Carewe and starring Gary Cooper, Kay Johnson, and Betty Compson. Set in Nome, Alaska during the 1898 Gold Rush, the film is about a gold prospector and a corrupt Alaska politician who fight for control over a gold mine. The film features a spectacular saloon fistfight between Cooper and William "Stage" Boyd. The Spoilers was adapted to screen by Bartlett Cormack from the 1906 Rex Beach novel of the same name. Film versions also appeared in 1914, 1923 (with Noah Beery as McNamara), 1942 (with John Wayne in Gary Cooper's role of Glennister, Marlene Dietrich replacing Compson, whom she resembled, as Malotte, and Randolph Scott as McNamara), and 1955 (with Anne Baxter as Malotte, Jeff Chandler as Glennister, and Rory Calhoun as McNamara). The 1930 and 1942 versions were the only instance of Gary Cooper and John Wayne playing exactly the same role in the same story in two different films.