New Orleans Exposed (2005)

Dear Dictator (2015)

Four Days Wonder (1936)

Four Days' Wonder is a film from Universal Pictures released in 1936 directed by Sidney Salkow starring Jeanne Dante, Kenneth Howell and Martha Sleeper. The film is based on the novel "Four Days' Wonder" by A. A. Milne (New York, 1933).

Bello recuerdo (1961)

Lovely Memory (Spanish: Bello recuerdo) is a 1961 Mexican-Spanish musical drama film directed by Antonio del Amo and starring Joselito, Libertad Lamarque and Sara García.The film's sets were designed by Sigfrido Burmann.

Das war mein Leben (1944)

3 straniere a Roma (1958)

Tre straniere a Roma, also known as Three Strangers in Rome, is a 1958 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Claudio Gora starring Claudia Cardinale. The film was one of the very first movies with Claudia Cardinale in a leading role.

Per amore, solo per amore (1993)

For Love, Only for Love (Italian: Per amore, solo per amore) is a 1993 Italian historical drama film directed by Giovanni Veronesi and starring Diego Abatantuono, Penélope Cruz and Alessandro Haber. It depicts the nativity of Mary.

Träumerei (1944)

Dreaming (German: Träumerei) is a 1944 German historical musical drama film directed by Harald Braun and starring Hilde Krahl, Mathias Wieman and Friedrich Kayssler. It portrays the lives of the pianist Clara Schumann and her composer husband Robert Schumann. It was shot at the Babelsberg and Tempelhof Studios in Berlin and on location around Xanten in the Rhineland. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Emil Hasler and Walter Kutz. Considered an important national film the production received financial assistance from the government, and had a total budget of over two million reichsmarks. It premiered in Zwickau, the birthplace of Robert Schumann, two days before it was first screened at the Marmorhaus cinema in the capital. The future star Hildegard Knef shot some scenes, which would have marked her film debut, but these were left out of the final cut.

Dagli Appennini alle Ande (1959)

Dagli Appennini alle Ande is a 1959 Italian - Argentine film directed by Folco Quilici.

Los Domirriqueños 2 (2017)

7 morts sur ordonnance (1975)

Sept morts sur ordonnance (Seven Deaths by Prescription or Bestial Quartet) is a 1975 French film directed by Jacques Rouffio and starring Michel Piccoli, Gérard Depardieu, Jane Birkin, Marina Vlady, Charles Vanel and Valérie Mairesse. The film was awarded the César Award for Best Editing, and was nominated for Best Film, Best Actor and Best Writing.

Unveiling Jerusalem (2017)

Hiroshima: The Aftermath (2015)

Only 4 You (2015)

Der blaue Strohhut (1949)

Break Free (2003)

Break Free (Italian: Liberi) is a 2003 Italian romance-comedy drama film directed by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli. For his performance in this film and in The Return of Cagliostro Luigi Maria Burruano received a special mention from the Pasinetti Award jury at the 2003 Venice Film Festival.

Many Lies (1938)

All Lies (German:Lauter Lügen) is a 1938 German comedy film directed by Heinz Rühmann and starring Albert Matterstock, Hertha Feiler and Fita Benkhoff. It marked the directorial debut of Rühmann, a popular comedy star of the era.

Somer Son (2015)

Bande de cons! (1970)

The Girl from Maxim's (1933)

The Girl from Maxim's is a 1933 British musical comedy film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Frances Day, Leslie Henson, Lady Tree and Stanley Holloway. It was an adaptation of the 1899 play La Dame de chez Maxim by Georges Feydeau. A French-language version was filmed at the same time under the title La dame de chez Maxim's.

La loi du nord (1939)

La Loi du nord ([la lwa dy nɔʁ], "The Law of the North"; also called La Piste du Nord, "The Northern Trail") is a 1939 French adventure drama film directed by Jacques Feyder who co-wrote screenplay with Alexandre Arnoux and Charles Spaak, based on novel "Telle qu'elle était de son vivant" by Maurice Constantin-Weyer. The films stars Michèle Morgan, Pierre Richard-Willm and Charles Vanel. It tells the story of an escaped prisoner, his woman secretary and two guardsmen in the Far North. It was entered for the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film at the 1939 Cannes Film Festival.

Day-Dreams (1928)

Peter in the Snow (1937)

Autopsy of Love (2014)

Patient Porky (1940)

Patient Porky is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon, starring Porky Pig. It was directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster, and scored by Carl W. Stalling. Patient Porky was released on August 24, 1940. A title card at the beginning claims that the cartoon is adapted from a book called The Pains Came, but this is merely a joke, a pun off the novel and film The Rains Came.

Hello (1999)

Sepulturero (2014)

Isten és ember elött (1968)

Angel of Darkness Volume 3 (1995)

Breakin' 'n' Enterin' (1983)

Darkness Bride (2003)

Il minestrone (1981)

Il minestrone is a 1981 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Citti. It was entered into the 31st Berlin International Film Festival.

Adventures of Tom Thumb Jr. (1940)

Eppothum Vendran (2014)

Samdeung gwajang (1961)

Masters of Venus (1962)

Masters of Venus is a 1959 British science fiction film serial in 8 parts, made by the Children's Film Foundation for cinema distribution as a Saturday morning serial for children. It's directed by Ernest Morris, and stars Norman Wooland, Mandy Harper and Robin Stewart. It was made in black-and-white. This chapter serial is often misattributed as having been released rather later than its actual release date of 1959, as it was re-released frequently during the 1960s, including in 1962 and 1966. The screenplay concerns two children who are accidentally launched into space in a rocket built by their father, and land on the planet Venus. It was distributed as a weekly serial for Saturday morning cinema clubs, presented in eight 16-minute parts, each of which ends on a cliffhanger. The complete serial has a running time of 133 minutes (2 hours 13 minutes). In the 1950s and 1960s this type of serial was common, as a 'B' feature shown before the intermission, which was followed by a full-length feature film. Many such serials were made, by the Childrens' Film Foundation among others.

Un militare e mezzo (1960)

Un militare e mezzo (literally One soldier and half) is a 1960 Italian comedy film directed by Steno.

Sangre en el ruedo (1969)

Blood in the Bullring (Spanish:Sangre en el ruedo) is a 1969 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Alberto Closas, Ángel Teruel and Francisco Rabal.

Ricco (1973)

Ricco the Mean Machine (Italian: Un tipo con una faccia strana ti cerca per ucciderti, Spanish: Ajuste de cuentas, also known as The Cauldron of Death and The Dirty Mob) is a 1973 Italian-Spanish crime-thriller film directed by Tulio Demicheli and starring Christopher Mitchum and Barbara Bouchet. It achieved some cult status because of its violent and gory scenes, including a graphic castration. The US title was actually a misspelling of the main character's name Rico.

Versus (2008)

Faustina (1968)

Faustina is a 1968 Italian comedy film. It represents the directorial debut of Luigi Magni and the first released film appearance of actress Vonetta McGee, the latter of whom had filmed her role for The Great Silence a year prior.

Triple entente (1915)

Beyond Time (1973)

A harminckilences dandár (1959)

Iru Killadigal (2013)

Los otros californios (2011)

Os Crimes de Diogo Alves (1911)

Mauro in Cayenne (2012)

Raktha Sindhuram (1985)

CanniBallistic! (2002)

Jump into the Light (2009)

December (2013)

Notes of an Early Fall (1976)

The Morning of Everything (2013)

Las apariencias engañan (1983)

Appearances Are Deceptive (In Spanish: Las apariencias engañan) is a 1983 Mexican Drama film directed by Jaime Humberto Hermosillo and starred by Isela Vega, Gonzalo Vega and Manuel Ojeda.

Metropolitan Police Branch 82 (1998)

Cuti-cuti Cinta (2010)

Blackford Manor (2014)

Perfect Thoughts (2013)

Rubber Soul (2014)

Tomorrow's a Killer (1987)

Tomorrow's a Killer is a 1987 Canadian-American thriller film directed by George Kaczender and starring David Birney, Susannah York and Yaphet Kotto. A policeman, haunted by his past, tries to hunt down a serial killer murdering prostitutes. The film is also known as Prettykill. It was shot in Toronto.

Dr. Ma's Country Clinic (2008)

Ritam i zvuk (1955)

Afacerea Protar (1956)

The Protar Affair (Romanian: Afacerea Protar) is a 1956 Romanian comedy film directed by Haralambie Boros. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

Crespià, the film not the village (2003)

Bulloney (1933)

The Last Desperate Hours (1974)

The Last Desperate Hours (Italian: Milano: il clan dei calabresi) is a 1974 Italian poliziottesco (Italian crime genre) Mafia film directed by Giorgio Stegani.

My Mummy's Arms (1934)

Thedi Vandha Mappillai (1970)

The Journey of Herman Stone (2013)

Le stagioni (1961)

Dr. Jerkyl's Hide (1954)

Dr. Jerkyl's Hide is a 1954 Warner Bros. cartoon. It is the first of three cartoons that Friz Freleng made based on Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the others are Hyde and Hare (1955) and Hyde and Go Tweet (1960). This is the final appearances of the antagonistic canine duo Spike the Bulldog (here named "Alfie" in this short) and Chester the Terrier from the Golden Age of American Animation. This cartoon's plot follows the same formula as Tree For Two, except that this time it's a Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde parody as opposed to an escaped black panther. Sylvester is trying to escape a pair of dogs (Spike the Bulldog and Chester the Terrier). He accidentally ingests Dr. Jekyll's formula (thinking it's soda pop), causing him to become a monster cat that terrorizes Spike the Bulldog and Chester to call him a coward.

Abelardo (2012)

Dark Light: The Art Of Blind Photographers (2009)

No Ordinary Sun (2004)

Prisioneros de una noche (1962)

Prisioneros de una noche is a 1962 Argentine film.

Men Are That Way (1939)

Men Are That Way (German: Männer müssen so sein) is a 1939 German drama film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Hertha Feiler, Hans Söhnker and Hans Olden. The film's sets were designed by the art director Willi Herrmann. It was remade by Rabenalt in Austria as Arena of Fear (1959).

Der Weg nach Eden (1995)

Trastorno (2006)

To er mundo é... mejo! (1982)

Lolo (2012)

Fox Bay (2009)

Pumping Ercan (2012)

Santiago de sangre (2008)

To didymo tis symforas (1989)

The Hunchback of Aomori (1983)

Bosko the Musketeer (1933)

Bosko the Musketeer is an American animated short film. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Bosko, the first star of the series. It was released on August 12, 1933, although some sources note September 16 as a date; this is problematic, as that would imply that the last films featuring Bosko as the star of Warner Bros. cartoons were released after the first film featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. It was, like most Looney Tunes of the time, directed by Hugh Harman; Frank Marsales was the musical director.

Help Wanted Female (1968)

Acústico MTV: Charlie Brown Jr. (2003)

Free Love Confidential (1967)

Indignation (2014)

Revue (2008)

All Woman (1967)

All Woman is a 1918 American comedy film directed by Hobart Henley and starring Mae Marsh and Jere Austin. It is not known whether the film currently survives.

Scout's Honor (2001)

Naprata (2013)

Krakatau (1986)

Hochu zamuzh (2014)

One Fine Morning (2003)

Sunday in August (2004)

Glastage (2007)