Good Night Elmer (1940)

Good Night, Elmer is a Merrie Melodies cartoon short released by Warner Bros. on October 26, 1940, directed by Chuck Jones, animated by Philip Monroe and written by Rich Hogan. The cartoon depicts the ill-fated attempts of Elmer Fudd, in a rare leading role, to extinguish a candle by his bedside so that he can retire for the night, with the flame always surging again in spite of Elmer's best efforts. Elmer finally succeeds, but only at the expense of wrecking his bedroom in the process, and no sooner than he lies down, the sun comes up, precipitating a nervous breakdown in Fudd.

Night of Vampyrmania (1993)

Monopoly Men: Federal Reserve Fraud (2000)

Feed Them to the Cannibals! (1993)

Emayam (1979)

Building No. 7 (2006)

Loulou's Snails (2006)

Rangbhoomi (2013)

Nuclear Nightmare: Japan in Crisis (2011)

Androides (2010)

The Foetus (1997)

Number 14: Late Superimpositions (1965)

Wide Angle Saxon (1975)

Kombinat 'Nadezhda' (2014)

Superflat First Love (2009)

Stick 'Em Up (1950)

Let's Have a Murder is a 1950 British comedy crime film directed by John E. Blakeley and starring Jimmy Jewel, Ben Warriss and Lesley Osmond. It was made by Mancunian Films at their studios in Manchester. Two private detectives are hired to clear a friend accused of murder.

Ray: A Life Underwater (2011)

Carta de amor de un asesino (1972)

The Breathers-In (2002)

Mirrored Measure (1996)

Shaka no shogai (1961)

Louis C.K. Learns About the Catholic Church (2007)

Cesta (2004)

I Am No One (2013)

Anvil - Live at Rockpalast (2011)

Peter Cetera - Live Salt Lake City (2004)

Negerboll (2010)

The Sound of Miles Davis (1959)

Running the Ropes (2011)

The River (1977)

'The Bully' (1932)

His Brave Defender (1900)

The Many Days of 'Day of the Dead' (2003)

Bloodsucking Cinema (2007)

Bloodsucking Cinema is a 2008 documentary about vampire movies and it has horror directors talking about the genre. It is an Anchor Bay Entertainment film and it aired on Starz fear fest. It was released on September 23, 2008.

Not Now (1936)

Not Now is a 1936 Fleischer Studios animated short films starring Betty Boop and Pudgy the Pup. It is now public domain.

Munted (2011)

Jazz Daimyo (1986)

Post Partum (2014)

Proximity (2013)

Calhoun: County Agent (1964)

Sea Racketeers (1937)

Sea Racketeers is a 1937 American film directed by Hamilton MacFadden.

Søsken til evig tid (2013)

Snowdysseus (2013)

Cookin' with Gags (1955)

Tweety's Circus (1955)

Tweety's Circus is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon animated short starring Tweety, Sylvester, and various circus animals. Released June 4, 1955, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. All the voices are performed by Mel Blanc. The cartoon is the last to use the 1945-1955 version of "Merrily We Roll Along."

Happy Holland (1952)

A Bergman Tapestry (2004)

Girl Power (1993)

Angst (2013)

Anatomy of a Liar (2012)

The Days God Slept (2013)

Cornelis (1997)

Made Backwards (2007)

Dupe (2005)

The Major Lied 'Til Dawn (1938)

The Major Lied 'Til Dawn is a Merrie Melodies cartoon released to theaters on August 13, 1938. This short was directed by Frank Tashlin. The short was written by Richard Hogan and animated by Phil Monroe.

Mao bian (1991)

Evercracked! The Phenomenon of Everquest (2009)

Grand Opera: An Historical Romance (1978)

Old Mother Hubbard (1935)

In Search of the Unreturned Soldiers in Thailand (1971)

Vicki (2012)

Orange to Black (2009)

Après le lancement: sortie des invités et du public (1900)

Wonders of the Deep (1920)

Emmanuelle the Private Collection: Jesse's Secret Desires (2006)

O Noviço Rebelde (1997)

O Noviço Rebelde is a 1997 Brazilian comedy film written, produced and starring by Renato Aragão. Directed by Tizuka Yamasaki, the film is an parody of the 1965 American film The Sound of Music. It was shot in Beberibe, Ceará.

Prisma (2013)

Swedish Nympho Slaves (1977)

Running Away with Blackie (2009)

Karusarû maki: yoru wa shî o nurasu (1974)

200 años después (2012)

Karagoez catalogo 9,5 (1983)

Hinein! Fussball - Weltmeisterschaft 1958 (1958)

Flying South (1937)

The Shell Shocked Egg (1948)

The Shell Shocked Egg is a 1948 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. The plot concerns a baby turtle named Clem who is only partly hatched and looks for a place to finish hatching while running into a dog and rooster who break out into a feud over ownership of the egg while Clem's family looks for him at the beach. The plot of a partly hatched baby animal experiencing misadventures in completing his hatching is loosely based on Frank Tashlin's Booby Hatched, released in 1944.

Existence (2007)

Derzkie dni (2007)

Hip Hop: A Tale from the Hood (2003)

El encamado (2012)

The Dead (1960)

Sirius Remembered (1959)

Shinsho: shinobi no mono (1966)

The Great Rabbit (2012)

Race Riot (1929)

Race Riot is a 1929 animated short subject, featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. The short concerns Oswald trying to convince his horse, Mopey, to run in a horse race and win it. The cartoon is noted for being the first entirely produced and directed by Walter Lantz. It was released by Universal Pictures on September 2, 1929.

Aeroplane Flight and Wreck (Piloted by M. Cody) (1910)

Chelsea Bridge Boys (1965)

I.F. Stone's Weekly (1973)

The Majestic Plastic Bag (2010)

The Playmates (1974)

Rude (1995)

Rude is a 1995 Canadian crime film directed by Clement Virgo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

Shut My Big Mouth (1942)

Shut My Big Mouth is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Charles Barton and written by Oliver Drake, Karen DeWolf and Francis Martin. The film stars Joe E. Brown, Adele Mara, Victor Jory, Fritz Feld, Don Beddoe, and Will Wright. The film was released on February 19, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

The Rainmakers (1935)

The Rainmakers is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Fred Guiol from a screenplay by Grant Garrett and Leslie Goodwins, based on a story by Guiol and Albert Traynor. RKO Radio Pictures released the film on October 25, 1935, starring the comedy team of Wheeler & Woolsey (Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey) and Dorothy Lee.

Wakaranai: Where Are You? (2009)

After giving his late mother a makeshift funeral, a teen (Yuto Kobayashi) goes in search of his absentee father (Masahiro Kobayashi).

The Human Shield (1991)

The Human Shield is a 1991 American film directed by Ted Post and written by Mann Rubin. It stars Michael Dudikoff and Tommy Hinkley. It is about a former government agent who must save his diabetic brother from Iraqi abductors.

Floating in Memory (2009)

A shop girl hangs out at the local dance hall and draws the attention of a predatory pimp.

Irene (1940)

Irene (1940) is an American musical film produced and directed by Herbert Wilcox. The screenplay by Alice Duer Miller is based on the book of the 1919 stage musical of the same name by James Montgomery, who had adapted it from his play Irene O'Dare. The score features songs with music by Harry Tierney and lyrics by Joseph McCarthy.

Day One (2015)

Day One is a short film directed and co-written by Henry Hughes with Dawn DeVoe. A woman who is on her first day of working as an interpreter for the United States Army is forced to deliver a baby for the wife of an enemy bomb maker. It was made as a thesis film at the AFI Conservatory.

Trail of Kit Carson (1945)

Trail of Kit Carson is a 1945 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Jack Natteford and Albert DeMond. The film stars Allan Lane, Helen Talbot, Tom London, Twinkle Watts, Roy Barcroft and Kenne Duncan. The film was released on July 11, 1945, by Republic Pictures.

Loving You (1995)

A Hong Kong detective (Ching Wan Lau) has a change of heart after taking a bullet in the head.

What Every Woman Knows (1934)

What Every Woman Knows (1934) is an American romantic comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Helen Hayes, Brian Aherne and Madge Evans. The film was produced and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and is based on the play What Every Woman Knows (1908) by J. M. Barrie. It was filmed by Paramount back in the silent era in 1921 and starred Lois Wilson. An even earlier British silent version was filmed in 1917. Hayes was familiar with the material as she had starred in a 1926 Broadway revival opposite Kenneth MacKenna.