Heartango (2007)

Aftermath: Population Zero (2008)

Aftermath: Population Zero (also titled Aftermath: The World After Humans) is a two-hour Canadian special documentary film that premiered on Sunday, March 9, 2008 (at 8:00 PM ET/PT) on the National Geographic Channel. The program was produced by Cream Productions. Similar to the History Channel's special Life After People, Aftermath features what scientists and others speculate the earth, animal life, and plant life might be like if humanity no longer existed, as well as the effect that humanity's disappearance would have on the artifacts of civilization. Both documentaries are inspired by Alan Weisman's The World Without Us. A follow-up 4-part TV series was created, Aftermath, following different scenarios and what happens.

Body Guards - Guardie del corpo (2000)

Body Guards (Italian: Body Guards - Guardie del corpo) is a 2000 Italian comedy film directed by Neri Parenti.

Almost Che (2012)

Almost Che (also known as Iron Dae-oh: The Nation's Iron Bag!, Hangul: 강철대오: 구국의 철가방; RR: Gangcheoldaeoh: Googookeui Cheolgabang) is a 2012 South Korean comedy film directed and written by Yook Sang-hyo. It was released on October 25, 2012.

Pappa e ciccia (1983)

Pappa e ciccia (also known as Two of a Kind) is a 1983 Italian comedy film directed by Neri Parenti.

Grotto (2015)

Lalbaug Parel: Zali Mumbai Sonyachi (2010)

Stormy Weather (1935)

Stormy Weather is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Tom Walls and starring Walls, Ralph Lynn and Robertson Hare.

You're Only Young Twice (1951)

You're Only Young Twice is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Terry Bishop and starring Duncan Macrae, Joseph Tomelty, Patrick Barr, Charles Hawtrey and Diane Hart. A young woman visiting a Scottish university in search of her uncle, who is in hiding from the authorities, is mistaken for the principal's secretary, so she pursues the impersonation. It was based on the play What They Say? by James Bridie.

Ye Olden Days (1933)

Ye Olden Days is a 1933 animated short film by Disney and which is in turn loosely based on the historical novel Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott. It was directed by Burt Gillett and produced by Walt Disney.

Rugged Bear (1953)

Rugged Bear is a 1953 American animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon follows Humphrey the Bear as he takes refuge in Donald Duck's cabin during hunting season by disguising himself as a bearskin rug. The film was directed by Jack Hannah and features the voices of Clarence Nash as Donald, Jimmy MacDonald as Humphrey, and an uncredited narrator.

The Call of the Heart (1928)

The Call of the Heart is a 1928 American Western film directed by Francis Ford and written by Basil Dickey and Gardner Bradford. The film stars Dynamite the Dog, Joan Alden, Edmund Cobb, William Steele, Maurice Murphy and George Plues. The film was released on January 29, 1928, by Universal Pictures.

Onnu Muthal Poojyam Vare (1986)

Onnu Muthal Poojyam Vare is a 1986 Indian Malayalam language drama film written and directed by Reghunath Paleri in his directorial debut, and produced by Navodaya Appachan. The film features Mohanlal, Asha Jayaram, and Geethu Mohandas. Mohanlal's voice features throughout the film, but he appears only at the end of the film. Suresh Gopi and Mukesh makes cameo appearances. The film explores the loneliness of a widow and the need of a father figure for her daughter.

Rajasilpi (1992)

Rajashilpi is a 1992 Indian Malayalam film, directed by R. Sukumaran, starring Mohanlal and Bhanupriya in the lead roles.

Praja (2001)

Praja is a 2001 Indian Malayalam language political thriller film directed by Joshiy and written by Renji Panicker. It was co-produced by Joshiy and Panicker. The film stars Mohanlal, N. F. Varghese, Cochin Haneefa, and Aishwarya. The film had a record opening collection at the box office.

Alsace (1916)

Alsace is a 1916 French film directed by Henri Pouctal. The film starring Gabrielle Réjane, Albert Dieudonné, Barbier, Camille Bardou, Berthe Jalabert and Francesca Flory in the lead roles.

Pakal Nakshatrangal (2008)

Pakal Nakshatrangal is a 2008 Malayalam film directed by Rajeev Nath and written by Anoop Menon who made his debut in screenplay writing through this film. The film stars Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi, Murali, Anoop Menon, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy, and Kalpana. It is about the lives of a group of intellectuals in Kerala in the later half of the 1990s. The film was critically acclaimed.

The Cathedral (2006)

La Cathédrale is a 2006 film directed by Harrikrisna Anenden.

Too Youg for Love (1966)

Too Young for Love is a 1966 Egyptian film directed by Niazi Mostafa.

Seven Pistols for a Gringo (1966)

Seven Pistols for a Gringo is a 1966 Spanish western film directed by Juan Xiol Marchal. It was written by Alberto Colucci, Ignacio Iquino and Roberto Bianchi Montero, scored by Enrique Escobar and starring by Gerard Landry, Don Harrison, Fernando Rubio, Alberto Farnese, Alberto Gadea, Juan Manuel Simón, César Ojinaga and Gustavo Re.

Stantsionnyy smotritel (1972)

The Stationmaster is a 1972 drama film based on the short story of the same name by Alexander Pushkin.

Odnazhdy letom (1936)

Once in the Summer is a 1936 Soviet comedy film directed by Khanan Shmain and starring Igor Ilyinsky, Leonid Kmit and Ivan Koval-Samborsky.

Rozygrysh (2008)

Practical Joke (Russian: Розыгрыш, translit. Rozygrysh) is a 2008 Russian romantic drama directed by Andrei Kudinenko. It is a remake of the 1977 film of the same name by Vladimir Menshov.

Sose halunk meg (1993)

We Never Die is a 1993 Hungarian comedy film written by, directed and starring Róbert Koltai. The film was selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Dhee (2007)

Dhee is a 2007 Telugu action romantic comedy film starring Vishnu Vardhan Babu and Genelia D'Souza. It was directed and produced by Srinu Vytla. The film released on 13 April 2007 and turned out to be a super hit. The film was remade into Tamil under the title Mirattal, in Bengali as Khokababu (2012) and the Hindi remake starring Sanjay Dutt is in production.

I Am So Proud of You (2008)

I Am So Proud Of You is a 2008 animated short film by Don Hertzfeldt. It is the second chapter of a trilogy about the character Bill and continues the dark and philosophical humor of the first film, Everything Will Be OK.

Die Einsteiger (1985)

Act of Revenge (1989)

Ingenious Soubrette (1903)

Escape to Nowhere (1961)

Hold fingrene fra mor (1951)

Animal Channel (2009)

The Girl of the Grove (1912)

Oh, You Ragtime! (1912)

The Toth Family (1969)

The Toth Family is a 1969 Hungarian comedy-drama film directed by Zoltán Fábri. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival.

Lance Maior (1968)

The Jungle (1914)

The Jungle (1914) is an American drama silent film made by the All-Star Feature Corporation starring George Nash. The film is an adaptation of the 1906 book of the same name by Upton Sinclair, the only one to date. Sinclair reportedly bought the negative of the film prior to 1916, hoping to market the film nationally after its initial release in 1914. Sinclair himself reportedly appears at the beginning and end of the movie, as a sort of endorsement of the film.

Dead by Monday (2001)

Laptop (2012)

Teachers are People (1952)

Bufere (1953)

Lacrime d'amore (1970)

Kiri-Kis (1907)

It's the Same World (1981)

It's the Same World is a 1980 American short documentary film produced by Dick Young. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

When the Studio Burned (1913)

The Fish's Tail (2003)

Four Stones for Kanemitsu (1973)

Four Stones for Kanemitsu is a 1973 American short documentary film, written and produced by June Wayne and filmed by Terry Sanders. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. The film is educational and records in details each of the steps in making of a color lithograph by artist, Matsumi Kanemitsu.

One Planet (2020)

The Glass Rabbit (2005)

Garasu no Usagi is a Japanese autobiographical novel by Toshiko Takagi. It was adapted into a live action film in 1979, a Japanese television drama series in 1980 and an anime film in 2005.

The White Sound (2002)

The White Sound (German: Das weisse Rauschen) is the directorial debut of Austrian director Hans Weingartner and co-director and screenplay writer Tobias Amann. The film was the idea of both students as part of a separate project at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. The film premiere was at Cinenova-Kino in Cologne-Ehrenfeld and the film appeared throughout German cinemas on 31 January 2002.

Dear Mama: A Love Letter to Mom (2018)

VH1's annual Mother's Day celebration salutes moms everywhere. Anthony Anderson and La La Anthony hosted the event, which included performances by Ashanti, Monica, Luke James, H.E.R., Shai and SWV. T.I. paid tribute to the women in his life, including his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris, and on behalf of the #SeeHer movement, Ciara honored moms who've made strides in advertising and media.

Stalin's Couch (2017)

Don't Say You Love Me! (2014)

Tränen der Sextner Dolomiten (2014)

Noi peccatori (1953)

Noi peccatori (i.e. "We, sinners") is a 1953 Italian melodrama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Yvonne Sanson.

Mobile Suit Z Gundam: A New Translation - Heirs to the Stars (2005)

Pool Sharks (1915)

Pool Sharks (also sometimes known as The Pool Shark) is a 1915 silent short film. The film is notable for being the film acting and writing debut of W. C. Fields, and also features an early stop-motion animation scene, during a game of pool.

The Phantom Light (1935)

The Phantom Light is a 1935 British crime film, a low-budget "quota quickie" directed by Michael Powell and starring Binnie Hale, Gordon Harker, Milton Rosmer and Herbert Lomas. The screenplay concerns criminals who try to scare a new chief lighthouse keeper on the Welsh coast, in an attempt to distract him from their scheme.

The Middle Watch (1940)

The Middle Watch is a 1940 British comedy film, directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Jack Buchanan, Greta Gynt, Fred Emney and Kay Walsh. It was produced by Associated British Picture Corporation at their Welwyn Studios. It was based on a play of the same title by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall which had previously been adapted as a film in 1930, and which was adapted again in 1958.

A Letter from Mars (2003)

Vecne tvá neverná (2018)

Prep & Landing (2009)

Prep & Landing is a computer animated television special, based on an idea by Chris Williams at Walt Disney Animation Studios and developed by Kevin Deters and Stevie Wermers-Skelton into a half-hour Christmas special. It first aired December 8, 2009 on ABC.

Highest Pressure (1965)

Altissima pressione (Highest Pressure) is a 1965 Italian musicarello film directed by Enzo Trapani.

Legend of the BoneKnapper Dragon (2010)

Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon is a 2010 American computer-animated short film produced by DreamWorks Animation and set within the How to Train Your Dragon universe. The film features most of the cast from the original film reprising their roles, and follows Hiccup and his young fellows accompanying their mentor, Gobber, on a quest to kill the legendary Boneknapper Dragon. It originally aired on television via Cartoon Network on October 14, 2010, and was released as a special feature on Blu-ray and double DVD editions of How to Train Your Dragon the next day.

False Rapture (1939)

Black Eyes is a 1939 British drama film directed by Herbert Brenon and starring Otto Kruger, Mary Maguire and Walter Rilla.

Easter Egg (2022)

Hazard (2005)

Hazard is a 2005 Japanese film mostly shot in New York City, written and directed by Sion Sono, starring Joe Odagiri and Jai West. It is the story of three youths who attempt to avenge their rights in a society of criminals and thugs.

The Aimed School (1981)

Signore e signori, buonanotte (1976)

Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen (Italian: Signore e signori, buonanotte, French: Mesdames et messieurs bonsoir) is a 1976 French-Italian comedy film starring Vittorio Gassman, Ugo Tognazzi, Nino Manfredi, Paolo Villaggio, Marcello Mastroianni, Senta Berger, Adolfo Celi and Felice Andreasi.

Cop (1976)

Strømer (English: Cop) is a 1976 Danish crime drama film directed by Anders Refn.

Some Like It Cold (2014)

City of Fathers (2009)

City of Fathers is a 2009 South Korean film written and directed by Park Ji-won.

No Touching at All (2014)

Colpi di fortuna (2013)

Dami kanyat (1980)

Ladies' Choice is a Bulgarian comedy film released in 1980, directed by Ivan Andonov, starring Stefan Danailov.

Silver Stallion (1991)

Silver Stallion is an award-winning 1991 South Korean film based on the novel by Ahn Jung-hyo.

Beyond the Rising Moon (1988)

Secrets of a French Maid (1980)

Seven Devils on Horseback (1975)

El Cisco (1966)

Risky Business (1967)

Les risques du métier (Risky Business) is a 1967 French film directed by André Cayatte. This was Jacques Brel's first feature film and co-starred Emmanuelle Riva, Jacques Harden, and Nadine Alari. Brel also produced the soundtrack with François Rauber. The film was released on 21 December 1967. Film critics praised Brel's performance.

Channel 4's Comedy Gala (2010)

Die Tranen Meiner Mutter (2008)

Nachtspuren (2009)

D'un film à l'autre (2011)

I Ship It (2014)

Don Olsen kommer til byen (1964)

Don Olsen kommer til byen is a 1964 Danish comedy film directed by Anker Sørensen. The film stars Dirch Passer.

Il professor Cenerentolo (2015)

Terra di fuoco (1939)

Frauchen und die Deiwelsmilch (2014)

Serndhu Polama (2015)

Serndhu Polama is a 2015 Tamil romantic musical film directed by Anil Kumar and produced by Sasi Nambeesan. The film stars Vinay, Madhurima and Preethi Christina Paul in the lead roles. The music was composed by Vishnu Mohan. The film was released on 6 March 2015.

Black Wax (1983)

Timeless: Live in Concert (2001)

The Hostage (2006)

Victory (1996)

Victory is a 1996 French-German drama suspense film written and directed by Mark Peploe and starring Willem Dafoe, Irène Jacob, Sam Neill and Rufus Sewell. It is based on the novel of the same name by Joseph Conrad. The novel had been adapted into film on multiple previous occasions, including a 1919 silent version directed by Maurice Tourneur and featuring Jack Holt, Seena Owen, Lon Chaney, Sr., and Wallace Beery; the 1930 William Wellman directed Dangerous Paradise, starring Nancy Carroll, Richard Arlen and Warner Oland; and the 1940 version, featuring Fredric March, Betty Field, and Sir Cedric Hardwicke.

The Lady from the Sea (1929)

The Lady from the Sea (1929) is a British romance film directed by Castleton Knight and starring Moore Marriott, Mona Goya, and Ray Milland. A fisherman working off the Goodwin Sands becomes romantically attached to an upper-class woman. The film was also known as Goodwin Sands. The film was originally released as a silent film, but was re-released in a sound film version.

100% Service (1931)

Gracie Allen works at the hotel cigar stand. After thoroughly exasperating customer George Burns, he opines that she could make it big in the movies – as a vampire.

Climb Up the Wall (1960)

Climb Up the Wall is a 1960 British comedy and musical film directed by Michael Winner and starring Jack Jackson, Glen Mason and Russ Conway. It also includes uncredited appearances by Peter Sellers and Harry Secombe.

Waiting for B. (2015)

Dügün: Hochzeit auf Türkisch (2016)