Out of an Old Man's Head (1968)

Out of an Old Man's Head (Swedish: I huvet på en gammal gubbe) is a 1968 Swedish film directed by Per Åhlin and Tage Danielsson, starring Hans Alfredson as an old man remembering his past. Partly a black comedy, the film was released around the same time as the urban renewal of the Klara quarters in Stockholm, and could be seen as a comment both on the demolishing of the old buildings and on the welfare state in general. Out of the total running time of 77 minutes, about 50 minutes are animated. It is considered to be the first Swedish animated feature film, although the first one that was fully animated was Agaton Sax and the Bykoebing Village Festival.

A Thousand Pleasures (1968)

Dave Spikey: Living the Dream (2005)

La reina del bar Canalla (2003)

De Nuremberg à Nuremberg (1989)

De Nuremberg à Nuremberg (fr: "From Nuremberg to Nuremberg") is a documentary film about the Third Reich by Frédéric Rossif, with text written and read by Philippe Meyer, produced by Jean Frydman. The title is a reference to both the Nazi mass Nuremberg Rallies held in Nuremberg from 1933, at the beginning of the regime, and to the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1946), after its fall.

A Poet's Life (1974)

Man zhou ren (1973)

Alone in the Night (1994)

Pleasure Campus: Secret Games (1980)

Miró La forja (1973)

Derren Brown: Something Wicked This Way Comes (2006)

Crow Crazy (1945)

Amphitryon (1935)

Amphitryon is a 1935 German musical film. Written and directed by Reinhold Schünzel, it is based on plays by Molière, Plautus, and Heinrich von Kleist, which in turn are based on Greek mythology. The film is known by a variety of other names: Amphitryon – Happiness from the Clouds, Amphitryon – Aus den Wolken kommt das Glück in Austria, Amfitryon in Greece, Anfitrione in Italy, Det gudomliga äventyret in Sweden. Amphitryon was filmed in Ufa-Atelier, Neubabelsberg, from 2 February 1935 – May 1935. It was one of UFA's many multiple-language version films: a French version, Les dieux s'amusent (The gods are having fun), was shot at the same time.

Blonde or Brunette (1927)

Blonde or Brunette is a surviving 1927 silent film comedy directed by Richard Rosson, produced by Famous Players-Lasky and released by Paramount Pictures. It starred Adolphe Menjou, Greta Nissen and Arlette Marchal. Copy held at Library of Congress.

By Night with Torch and Spear (1942)

La educación prohibida (2012)

The Forbidden Education (Spanish: La Educación Prohibida) is an independent documentary released in 2012. The film documents diverse alternative education practices and unconventional schools in Latin America and Spain and includes educational approaches such as popular education, Montessori, progressive education, Waldorf, homeschooling. It became the first released movie in Spanish to be funded under a crowdfunding methodology. It was also highlighted by its distributed screening proposal that enabled a synchronized release in 130 cities in 13 countries with a total number of 18,000 viewers in a single day. One week after its release, the movie was viewed almost 2 millions times. The film was released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.

Chouga (2007)

Les rebelles du foot (2012)

Dimevision 1: That's the Fun I Have (2006)

Tai Chi Warriors (2005)

Pozar (1975)

Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up (1994)

Grim (1985)

Mumbai Love (2014)

In Between (1978)

The Unknown (1964)

Raasaiyya (1995)

The Unauthorized Hagiography Of Vincent Price (2014)

All This Can Happen (2013)

Ghiro ghiro tondo (2007)

Kiss, Cuddle and Celebrate (1998)

Lano & Woodley: The Island (2005)

Seven Murders for Scotland Yard (1972)

Seven Murders for Scotland Yard (Spanish:Jack el destripador de Londres / Jack the Ripper of London) is a 1971 Italian-Spanish crime film directed by José Luis Madrid and starring Paul Naschy, Patricia Loran and Renzo Marignano. It was based on the story of Jack the Ripper, here depicted as a cannibal.

Artie Lange: It's the Whiskey Talkin' (2004)

Rosen aus dem Süden (1954)

Roses from the South (German: Rosen aus dem Süden) is a 1954 West German comedy film directed by Franz Antel and starring Maria Holst, Gustav Fröhlich and Karl Schönböck.The film's sets were designed by the art directors Fritz Maurischat and Karl Werner.

Half Past Ten (2008)

Shoppen (2007)

Shoppen is a 2006 German comedy film directed by Ralf Westhoff.

Chaplin Today: Limelight (2003)

Mexican Boarders (1962)

Mexican Boarders is a 1962 Looney Tunes cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng. Voice actors are Mel Blanc (doing the voices of Sylvester the Cat and Speedy Gonzales), Daws Butler as the narrator, and uncredited Tom Holland as the voice of Slowpoke Rodriguez. The cartoon has Sylvester trying to catch Speedy in a house they share in Mexico. Sylvester switches targets when Slowpoke Rodriguez, Speedy's cousin, comes to visit. This is the second and final classic Looney Tunes short (after Mexicali Shmoes) to feature Slowpoke Rodriguez.

Honey's Money (1962)

Honey's Money is a 1962 Merrie Melodies animated short featuring Yosemite Sam. Honey's Money is a remake of the 1950s shorts "His Bitter Half" and "Hare Trimmed." In The Bitter Half short, Daffy marries a woman duck for her money, but is thrown for a loop when his wife (who in Honey's Money is merely known as "the wealthy widow") immediately becomes a nag and forces him to do housework and spend quality time with a son she didn't previously reveal. The same basic situation appears in Honey's Money, with Yosemite Sam in Daffy's place, a different design for the son, Wentworth, and some different gags. Additionally, the personalities of the two Wentworths—the innocent, dim-witted hulk of a child in "Honey's Money," vs. the brat featured in "His Bitter Half"—are different, which results in different executions of the same cartoon. In addition some of the features from "Hare Trimmed" are added but without Bugs Bunny.

Female Leopard (1985)

Men's Mix 1: Gay Shorts Collection (2004)

Paranjothi (2015)

...Maybe This Time (1981)

...Maybe This Time is a 1980 Australian feature film starring Judy Morris. It was the first feature directed by Chris McGill. It was the feature film debut of stage actor Jill Perryman.

Os Violentadores de Meninas Virgens (1983)

Le Sedie di Dio (2014)

Dogging (2009)

A Silent Day (2003)

Foreman vs. Ali (1974)

Sigmund Freud (2006)

Whom the Gods Destroy (1934)

Whom the Gods Destroy is a 1934 American drama film directed by Walter Lang.

Camera, Monitor, Frame (1976)

Navigations #1 – #4 (2013)

The Singing Street (1952)

Yellow Flower (2002)

Rainbows are Real (2013)

Awake and Sing (1972)

Simonland (1984)

Call of Duty: Find Makarov (2011)

Heavy Metal Britannia (2010)

Cradle Robbers (1924)

Cradle Robbers is a 1924 short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 26th Our Gang short subject released.

Jimi Hendrix: The Uncut Story (2004)

Boys to Board (1923)

Boys to Board is the 11th Our Gang short subject comedy released. The Our Gang series (later known as "The Little Rascals") was created by Hal Roach in 1922, and continued production until 1944.

Peg o' My Heart (1922)

Peg o' My Heart is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by King Vidor and starring Laurette Taylor. It is based on the 1912 play written by Taylor's husband J. Hartley Manners. The play starred Laurette Taylor and famously ran a record number of performances on Broadway. Six reels of the original eight reels survive at the Library of Congress.

The Old Swimmin' Hole (1921)

The Old Swimmin' Hole is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by Joe De Grasse based on the poem The Old Swimmin' Hole by James Whitcomb Riley. A reviewer for Exhibitors Herald summarized, "The theme of the picture is a light one—just the pleasant little love story of a country schoolboy and girl in the era of the youth of Tom Sawyer."The film's lack of intertitles has been described as innovative. "This marks an advance in film making," the same reviewer claimed. "Their absence is not realized for some time after the feature has proceeded, a certain indication that it has been skillfully welded together without them and their place supplied by good acting."

Autopsy of the Dead (2009)

The Prime Minister Is Missing (2008)

Paolo il freddo (1974)

Paolo il freddo (i.e. "Paolo the cold") is a 1974 Italian comedy film written and directed by Ciccio Ingrassia and starring Franco Franchi. A parody of Marco Vicario's Paolo il caldo, it is Ingrassia's second and last film as a director.

Nyugalom (2008)

Eve's Leaves (1926)

Eve's Leaves is a 1926 silent film starring Leatrice Joy and William Boyd. The film was produced and distributed by Cecil B. DeMille and directed by Paul Sloane.

Gangster's Law (1969)

Gangster's Law (Italian: La legge dei gangsters) is a 1969 Italian thriller film directed by Siro Marcellini and starring Klaus Kinski.

ThanXgiving (2006)

Blenderstein! (2011)

Lime (2001)

Soldier Martin (1966)

Kiss Me General (original title: Martin Soldat) is a 1966 French comedy film directed by Michel Deville and starring Robert Hirsch, Véronique Vendell, Walter Rilla, Marlène Jobert and Anthony Sharp. An actor disguises himself as a soldier during the Second World War, but is mistaken for a soldier and becomes a war hero during the Allied Liberation of France in 1944.

Howard Stern's Butt Bongo Fiesta (1992)

Salesman Pete and the Amazing Stone from Outer Space! (2010)

Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005 (2005)

Guiness (2009)

Depth Solitude (1995)

7 jin gong (1994)

Action and gymnastics form a very happening combination! The result is a stunt-filled, action-packed spectacle. Wonder Seven is about seven martial artists, each with different skills, who come together to take on a group of international crime organizations.

Almost Blue (2000)

Almost Blue is a 2000 Italian thriller film directed by Alex Infascelli.

Io so che tu sai che io so (1982)

I Know That You Know That I Know (Italian: Io so che tu sai che io so) is a 1982 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Alberto Sordi, who is also the co-protagonist with the Italian actress Monica Vitti. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize.

Støv på hjernen (1961)

Støv på hjernen is a 1961 Danish film directed by Poul Bang and starring Helle Virkner. It is a remake of the Norwegian film Støv på hjernen from 1959.

Boys on the Outside (1990)

Boys on the Outside (Italian: Ragazzi fuori) is a 1990 Italian drama film directed by Marco Risi in the neo-neorealistic style and written by Aurelio Grimaldi. Released in 1990, it is the sequel to the 1989 film Forever Mery. It stars Francesco Benigno, Alessandro Di Sanzo and Salvatore Termini.

Dave Gorman: Stand Up Live (2010)

Árido Movie (2005)

Árido Movie is a 2005 Brazilian drama film written and directed by Lírio Ferreira. It premiered in the Horizons section at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival. Released in Brazil in 2006, it was nominated for Best Film at the 2007 Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro.

Clownstrophobia (2009)

Champions Again (2000)

Steve Coogan: Live 'N' Lewd (1994)

Fishbelly White (1998)

Drugmothers (2010)

Volveré a nacer (1973)

Ellos son, Los Violadores (2009)

Le battant (1983)

Le Battant is a 1983 French crime film starring and directed by Alain Delon. It recorded admissions of 1,935,094 in France.

Stolen Apples for Karen Blixen (1973)

Such Hawks Such Hounds (2008)

The Story of Cosmetics (2010)

Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas (1978)

Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas (lit: The Bunglers in the War of the Planets) is a 1978 Brazilian comedy film directed by Adriano Stuart. It is the thirteenth film of the Brazilian comedy group Os Trapalhões, starring Renato Aragão, Manfried Sant'Anna, Antonio Carlos, and Mauro Faccio. The film is a parody of the George Lucas's Star Wars franchise. Outside of Brazil, mainly in English-speaking countries, this film is known by the suggestive title of Brazilian Star Wars.

Eckart von Hirschhausen - Glück kommt selten allein (2009)