I Am Joaquin (1969)

I Am Joaquín is a 1969 short film by Luis Valdez, a project of his El Teatro Campesino. It is based on the poem "I Am Joaquín" by Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzáles, a key text of the Chicano movement. In 2010, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

One Day... (2001)

The Lone Defender (1930)

The Lone Defender is a 1930 American Pre-Code Mascot movie serial starring Rin Tin Tin. This was Mascot's first all sound serial (the second to have any sound at all, after the partial sound in The King of the Kongo). This was Rin Tin Tin's first serial at Mascot, after being dropped by Warner Bros. when they decided animal pictures would not work with "Talkies". He also starred in the later serial The Lightning Warrior, which would be his last appearance. Mascot made a third serial, The Adventures of Rex and Rinty, but that Rin Tin Tin was not the same dog. The plot revolves around Rin Tin Tin as "Rinty" and a secret gold mine fought over by the criminal "The Cactus Kid" and the legitimate owners. Material from this serial was edited into a feature film version and released under the same name in 1934.

The Eternal Breasts (1955)

A dying older woman makes a connection with a fan of her poetry.

Sound Relief - MCG (2009)

Mästerman (1920)

A Lover in Pawn (Swedish: Mästerman) is a 1920 Swedish silent drama film directed by Victor Sjöström.

Where Mountains Float (1955)

Where Mountains Float (Danish: Hvor bjergene sejler) is a 1955 Danish documentary film directed by Bjarne Henning-Jensen. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and won the Bodil Award for Best Documentary.

Sunsets: Powderfinger Farewell Tour Live in Concert (2010)

Lucky, el intrépido (1967)

Lucky, the Inscrutable (Italian: Agente speciale L.K.: Operazione Re Mida, Spanish: Lucky, el intrépido, German: Lucky M. füllt alle Särge) is a 1967 Spanish-Italian-German spy film directed by Jesús Franco and starring Ray Danton. It marked the first collaboration between Franco and the Italian composer Bruno Nicolai, who worked together many times in the following years. Franco said he and Nicolai were neighbors, which made working together convenient. (Franco played not one, but three, small cameo roles in this film.) This film was Franco's first Spanish-Italian-German co-production, and was also his first film for German producer Artur Brauner. It was also Italian actress Rosalba Neri's first Franco film. Patty Shepard, very young in this film, went on to become a famous cult star of Spanish horror cinema several years later. The film was not shown theatrically in the USA.

In Hot Blood (1968)

Las obras de ayer (2006)

Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Special Edition 3: Return of the World (2010)

Carsten Bang: Bang! Jeg Er Død (2009)

Eerie Tales (1919)

Unheimliche Geschichten (lit. Uncanny Stories) is a 1919 German silent anthology film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Conrad Veidt. The film is split into five stories: The Apparition, The Hand, The Black Cat (based on the Edgar Allan Poe short story), The Suicide Club (based on the Robert Louis Stevenson short story) and Der Spuk (The Spectre).Richard Oswald later remade the film again in 1932 as The Living Dead.

Sinkin' in the Bathtub (1930)

Sinkin' in the Bathtub is the very first Warner Bros. theatrical cartoon short as well as the very first of the Looney Tunes series. The short was produced and directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, with animation by a very young Friz Freleng. Leon Schlesinger was credited as an associate producer, and the title card also gave credit to the Western Electric apparatus used to create the film.

Hölle Hamburg (2007)

Suck My Geek! (2007)

Red Hot Chili Peppers: Live at Slane Castle (2003)

Charley's Onkel (1969)

Charleys Onkel is a 1969 German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Gila von Weitershausen, Karl Michael Vogler and Heidy Bohlen. The film was a loose adaptation of Charley's Aunt and depicts the bond between a young woman and her uncle.

Zwischen Hamburg und Haiti (1940)

Between Hamburg and Haiti (German: Zwischen Hamburg und Haiti) is a 1940 German drama film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Gustav Knuth, Gisela Uhlen and Albert Florath. A German plantation owner rescues a young German woman who has been abandoned by her lover in Latin America. The film's sets were designed by Ernst H. Albrecht.

Zi mei qing chou (1963)

Les deniers du culte (1997)

100 Years of Horror: The Frankenstein Family (1996)

Cantantes en Guerra (2017)

The Dream World of Harrison Marks (1966)

The Naked World of Harrison Marks is a 1967 British pseudo-documentary about George Harrison Marks. It takes a look at his daily life, with added dream sequences. The film was mainly shot at Harrison Marks' studios at Lily Place, London, with the occasional location such as Ewhurst Manor. It was during the auditions for the film that George Harrison Marks met his future wife, Toni Burnett.Even though it had censorship troubles with the BBFC due to its abundant nudity, it ran for over a year in London's West End.

The Smugglers (1968)

Les Contrebandières, known in English as The Smugglers, is a 1967 film by French director Luc Moullet; it was his second feature film.

Blind Guardian: Imaginations Through the Looking Glass (2004)

The House of Smiles (1991)

The House of Smiles (Italian: La casa del sorriso) is a 1991 Italian film directed by Marco Ferreri. It depicts a romance between an old man and an old woman inside a care home. The film won the Golden Bear at the 41st Berlin International Film Festival.

Ett farligt frieri (1919)

Ett farligt frieri, or A dangerous proposal, aka A dangerous wooing is the first silent film directed by Swedish director Rune Carlsten in 1919. The film has been the subject of a restoration in 2010 with intertitles in Swedish and English by the Swedish Film Institute.

James Benning: Circling the Image (2003)

Centuries of June (1956)

Platero y yo (1966)

Berget på månens baksida (1983)

A Hill on the Dark Side of the Moon (Swedish: Berget på månens baksida) is a 1983 Swedish drama film written by Agneta Pleijel and directed by Lennart Hjulström. Gunilla Nyroos won the award for Best Actress at the 20th Guldbagge Awards.

Hot Dogs (2004)

Now Showing (2008)

Steve Coogan: The Man Who Thinks He's It (1999)

977 (2006)

977 (Russian: Девять семь семь) is a 2006 Russian drama film directed by Nikolay Khomeriki. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

Une nuit sur le mont chauve (1933)

Akai tori nigeta? (1973)

Red (1993)

Un fueguito. La historia de César Milstein (2010)

Chasing the Lotus (2006)

The Capitalist Conspiracy (1971)

Roy Chubby Brown: Kick-Arse Chubbs (2006)

Game of Murder (1973)

Chili Weather (1963)

Chili Weather is a 1963 Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Sylvester and Speedy Gonzales.

Betty Boop with Henry the Funniest Living American (1935)

Betty Boop with Henry, the Funniest Living American is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Carl Anderson's Henry. The short was also released as Betty Boop with Henry.

Molly Moo-Cow and the Butterflies (1935)

Be Kind to 'Aminals' (1935)

You Are Mine (2002)

The Girl and the Press Photographer (1963)

The Girl and the Press Photographer (Danish: Pigen og pressefotografen) is a 1963 Danish comedy film directed by Sven Methling and starring Dirch Passer.

Four Horror Tales - Dark Forest (2006)

Roy Chubby Brown: Jingle [email protected]!cks (1994)

Clay Diaries (2011)

Portrait of a Soldier (2015)

Med hjertet i dansen (2016)

Stick and Bone (1968)

Palo y hueso (Stick and Bone) is a 1968 Argentine film released on 7 August 1968, directed by Nicolás Sarquís and starring Héctor da Rosa and Miguel Ligero. The film was shot entirely in Buenos Aires, premiering there on August 7, 1968.

The Unfortunate Marriage (1917)

The Woman in White is a 1917 American drama film that was directed by Ernest C. Warde. It comprises five reels of 4,627 feet and had its premiere on July 1, 1917. Length: 1 hour 8 minutes. The film was originally distributed by Pathé. In the 1920s it was re-released under the title The Unfortunate Marriage.

La noche de Laura (2016)

Coming Out Party (1934)

Coming Out Party is a 1934 American comedy film directed by John G. Blystone and written by Jesse L. Lasky, Jr. and Gladys Unger. The film stars Frances Dee, Gene Raymond, Alison Skipworth, Nigel Bruce, Harry Green and Gilbert Emery. The film was released on March 9, 1934, by Fox Film Corporation.

La crise est finie (1934)

The Crisis is Over (French:La crise est finie) is a 1934 French musical comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Albert Préjean, Danielle Darrieux and Marcel Carpentier. Many of those who worked on the film were exiles from Nazi Germany. It was made by Nero Films, which until recently had been based in Berlin.

Spook to Me (1945)

Syaitan (2007)

Lady Windermeres Fächer (1935)

Lady Windermere's Fan (German: Lady Windermeres Fächer) is a 1935 German comedy film directed by Heinz Hilpert and starring Lil Dagover, Walter Rilla, Hanna Waag and Aribert Wäscher. It is based on the play Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde.

The Big Sister (1916)

The Big Sister is a lost 1916 American drama silent film directed by John B. O'Brien and written by Harvey F. Thew. The film stars Mae Murray, Matty Roubert, Harry C. Browne, Ida Darling, Armand Cortes and Tammany Young. The film was released on September 7, 1916, by Paramount Pictures.

The Man Who Wanted to Live Twice (1950)

The Man Who Wanted to Live Twice (German: Der Mann, der zweimal leben wollte) is a 1950 West German drama film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Rudolf Forster, Olga Tschechowa and Heidemarie Hatheyer. The future star Marianne Koch made her debut in this film, having been discovered by the director while working at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Franz Bi and Botho Hoefer.

Frech und verliebt (1950)

Insolent and in Love (German: Frech und verliebt) is a 1948 German romantic comedy film directed by Hans Schweikart and starring Johannes Heesters, Gabriele Reismüller and Charlott Daudert. It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Sohnle. The film was made towards the end of the Second World War but it did not receive a national release until 1948. In 1950 it was distributed in Austria by Sascha Film.

¿Quién Eres Tú? (2018)

I Sing for You Alone (1933)

Three Lucky Fools (Italian: Tre uomini in frack) is a 1933 French-Italian comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Tito Schipa, Eduardo De Filippo and Fred Pasquali. It marked the film debut of Assia Noris who went on to be a leading Italian star. It was released in two separate versions one in French and the other in Italian.

Huyendo del halcón (1973)

The Invisible Patients (2016)

4 Dollars of Revenge (1966)

4 Dollars of Revenge (Spanish: Cuatro dólares de venganza) is a 1966 Spanish action western film directed by Alfonso Balcázar and Jaime Jesús Balcázar, written by Bruno Corbucci, Aldo Grimaldi and Giovanni Grimaldi and starring Robert Woods, Dana Ghia, Antonio Casas, Angelo Infanti and Gérard Tichy.

Regine (1935)

Regine is a 1935 German drama film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Luise Ullrich, Anton Walbrook and Olga Tschechowa. The film's sets were designed by Otto Erdmann and Hans Sohnle.

The Hal Roach Comedy Carnival (1947)

Joanna (1925)

Joanna is a 1925 silent romantic comedy film produced and directed by Edwin Carewe and distributed by First National Pictures. The film was based on the short story "Joanna, of the Skirts Too Short and the Lips Too Red and the Tongue Too Pert", by Henry Leyford Gates. The film starred Dorothy Mackaill and Jack Mulhall and is now considered lost.

Second Childhood (1939)

Deerhunter: Live at McCarren Park (2008)

Strike Me Lucky (1934)

Strike Me Lucky is a 1934 Australian comedy musical film starring popular stage comic Roy Rene in his first and only film. It was the fourth feature film from Cinesound Productions but proved a box office disappointment; director Ken G. Hall says it was the only one of his features not to go into profit within a few years of release, although he says it eventually went into the black.

Es kommt ein Tag (1950)

A Day Will Come (German: Es kommt ein Tag) is a 1950 West German historical drama film directed by Rudolf Jugert and starring Dieter Borsche, Maria Schell and Lil Dagover. It is based on Ernst Penzoldt's novella Korporal Mombour, set at the time of the Franco-Prussian War. The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Haag.

Les Yeux dans Lafesse (2001)

Mini (2007)

Det Brune Punktum: Far brugte ikke noget (2002)

Behind the Criminal (1937)

The Reaper (2001)

Getting High! (2011)

Stella's Favor (1996)

Stella's Favor, originally Mi fai un favore, is a 1996 Italian comedy film directed by Giancarlo Scarchilli.

Close Friends (1992)

Close Friends (Italian: Le amiche del cuore) is a 1992 Italian teen drama film directed by Michele Placido. It was entered into the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs section at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.

Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits (1998)

Does it Hurt? (2007)

Brothers Till We Die (1978)

Brothers Till We Die (Italian: La banda del gobbo) is a 1977 Italian poliziottesco-action film by Umberto Lenzi. This film is the last collaboration among Lenzi and Tomas Milian. In this movie Milian plays two characters, Vincenzo Marazzi a.k.a. "The Hunchback" that he already played for Lenzi in Rome Armed to the Teeth, and his twin brother Sergio Marazzi a.k.a. "Er Monnezza", a role that he played for the first time in Lenzi's Free Hand for a Tough Cop and later resumed in Destruction Force by Stelvio Massi.

Hot Ice (1977)

The Uffe Holm Show (2003)

Step Into the Third Dimension (1989)

The Cure: Trilogy (2002)

The Cure: Trilogy (Live In The Tempodrom Berlin November 2002) is a double live album video by The Cure, released on two double layer DVD-9 discs, and later on a single Blu-Ray disc. It documents The Trilogy Concerts, in which the three albums, Pornography (1982), Disintegration (1989) and Bloodflowers (2000) were played live in their entirety one after the other each night, the songs being played in the order in which they appeared on the albums. Trilogy was recorded on two consecutive nights, 11–12 November 2002, at the Tempodrom arena in Berlin. A third, previous Trilogy concert in Brussels on 7 November was not used. Robert Smith is quoted on the sleeve about the "trilogy" concept and its eventual execution: "The albums Pornography, Disintegration and Bloodflowers are inextricably linked in so many ways, and the realisation of this Trilogy show is one of the highlights of my time in The Cure." Smith began arranging the concerts days after seeing David Bowie's Heathen Tour concert at the Royal Festival Hall in London on 29 June 2002, when Bowie played 10 of the 11 Low tracks consecutively (though not in album order), and the whole of the Heathen album in order. It was, said Smith, "the best I'd seen him on stage for years and years". The two DVDs feature a letterboxed 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio and a choice of Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound or regular PCM stereo. Two interviews with the band are also included, though one is hidden and requires the specific manipulation of a DVD player's remote control to be accessed. Another hidden feature is the "mic cam", a camera mounted on Smith's microphone pole which, when accessed with the angle control buttons, shows him in a fish-eye view, singing. The band's line-up for this production was Smith (vocals, guitar, 6-string bass guitar), Simon Gallup (4- and 6-string bass guitars), Perry Bamonte (guitar, 6-string bass, keyboards), Jason Cooper (drums, percussion) and Roger O'Donnell (keyboards, percussion). The songs performed were written by the band members, and, in the case of the first two albums, by former members Laurence "Lol" Tolhurst, Porl Thompson and Boris Williams. The first DVD contains the Pornography and Disintegration sets, and the second consists of the Bloodflowers set, a short encore—"If Only Tonight We Could Sleep" and "The Kiss" from the album Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987)—and both interviews. Robert said that the two extra songs were included as a preview of "what was to come" in future Cure releases, despite later saying that the Trilogy concerts were supposed to be the Cure's swan song, though Smith has been notorious for saying such things in the past, usually coinciding with the release of new albums. In the two Trilogy shows at the Tempodrom a second encore was performed consisting of "M", "Play For Today" and "A Forest" the first night, and the same plus "Grinding Halt" and "Boys Don't Cry" the second night.

Xiao lao hu (1973)

Harry Hill in Hooves: Live (2005)

Charlotte Church: Voice of an Angel in Concert (1999)

Starye klyachi (2000)

Old Hags (Russian: Старые клячи, translit. Starye klyachi) is a 2000 Russian comedy film directed by Eldar Ryazanov.

Sportkill (2007)

Towards Freedom (1996)