The Callbird (1946)

Caleuche: The Call of the Sea (2012)

Prairie Trails (1920)

Prairie Trails is a lost 1920 American silent western comedy film directed by George Marshall and starring Tom Mix.

Requiem for a Maiden (1992)

Requiem for a Doll is a Czech psychodrama film inspired by a real-life tragedy that cost the lives of 26 mentally disabled girls. Released in 1992, it was the directorial debut of Filip Renč who also starred in a supporting role and until today it is his most successful movie. It was also the main role debut for the then 14 years old actress Anna Geislerová.

Empire State Building Murders (2008)

Empire State Building Murders is a 2008 French mock documentary film directed by William Karel and starring Ben Gazzara, Mickey Rooney, Kirk Douglas, Cyd Charisse, Richard Erdman, Anne Jeffreys, and Marsha Hunt. It is considered a spin of Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982). The film is also Kirk Douglas' last TV appearance before retirement.

Sleeping Betty (2007)

Sleeping Betty is a Canadian animated short film that humorously reinterprets the classic fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty. Awards for the film include Best Animated Short at the 29th Genie Awards, the Audience Award at the Etiuda&Anima International Film Festival, the Audience Award and Judges Award at the Melbourne International Animation Festival, Best Animation at the Jutra Award, as well as the Public Prize and the Best Canadian Animation Award at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

Look at Life (1965)

Look at Life is a short student film by George Lucas, produced for a course in animation while Lucas was a film student at USC Film School. The film's running time of exactly one minute was required by the course. This was the first film made by George Lucas, and was heavily influenced by Canadian filmmaker Arthur Lipsett.

Mariken from Nieumeghen (1974)

Mariken van Nieumeghen is a 1974 Dutch drama film directed by Jos Stelling. It is based on the 16th-century text Mariken van Nieumeghen. It was entered into the 1975 Cannes Film Festival.

99 Dizengoff Street (1979)

Dizengoff 99 is a 1979 Israeli film starring Gali Atari, Gidi Gov, Meir Suissa, and Anat Atzmon. The film, considered a cult classic, describes the way of life around Dizengoff Street and how it changed over the years. Filmed in Tel Aviv, it was released in Israel and the United States as "Dizengoff 99," and in West Germany as "Three Under the Roof".

Terreur (1960)

Terror is a 1924 French silent drama film directed by Edward José and Gérard Bourgeois and starring Pearl White, Henri Baudin and Arlette Marchal. It was the final film of the American actress White, known for her roles in serials such as The Perils of Pauline. It is sometimes known by the alternative title The Perils of Paris.

The Rainbow Trail (1932)

The Rainbow Trail is a 1925 American Western film written and directed by Lynn Reynolds. It is based on the 1915 novel The Rainbow Trail by Zane Grey. The film stars Tom Mix, Anne Cornwall, George Bancroft, Lucien Littlefield, Mark Hamilton and Vivien Oakland. The film was released on May 24, 1925, by Fox Film Corporation.

Polka-Dot Puss (1949)

Polka-Dot Puss is a 1949 one-reel animated cartoon and the 39th Tom and Jerry short produced in 1948 and released on February 26, 1949 and re-released on September 28, 1956. The short was directed by Tom and Jerry's creators, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, produced by Fred Quimby, animated by Kenneth Muse, Ed Barge, Ray Patterson and Irven Spence, and scored by Scott Bradley, with this cartoon featuring an early version of the duo's iconic theme tune that would continue to be used in their cartoons throughout the 1950s and 1960s and in most direct-to-video films.

Projections (2013)

Projections is a 2013 Croatian drama film directed by Zrinko Ogresta.

Le petit café (1919)

Le petit café is a 1931 French-language American Pre-Code musical film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Maurice Chevalier, Yvonne Vallée and Tania Fédor. The film is a foreign-language version of the 1930 film Playboy of Paris, which was based on the play The Little Cafe by Tristan Bernard. Multiple-language versions were common in the years following the introduction of sound film, before the practice of dubbing became widespread. It was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris.

Bounty (2011)

Bounty is the second studio album by Swedish audiovisual project iamamiwhoami, led by singer and songwriter Jonna Lee. Originally produced and released as a series of singles throughout 2010 and 2011, it was later released as an album on 3 June 2013 on Lee's label To whom it may concern. and distributed by Cooperative Music. The first music video from Bounty, titled "B", was released on 14 March 2010 on iamamiwhoami's YouTube channel. After which followed "O", "U-1", "U-2", "N", "T" and "Y". Digital singles are released shortly after each music video is uploaded to YouTube. The titles collectively formed the word "bounty". While it was assumed that these songs solely consisted of Bounty's track listing, in 2011 two more singles and music videos, "; John" and "Clump", were released and were not confirmed as belonging to Bounty until June 2012 when iamamiwhoami's YouTube channel grouped them into a playlist named Bounty along with the previous tracks mentioned.

Rain in the Water (1985)

Thingyan Moe is a 1985 Burmese film directed by Maung Tin Oo and starring Nay Aung, Zin Wine, Khin Than Nu and May Than Nu in pivotal roles. The movie follows the life of a musician from 1959 to 1982, with many of the scenes set against traditional Thingyan celebrations.This movie contains scenes from Mandalay's beautiful nature and shows two different ages of the Thangyan festival. Mandalay citizens helped produce this movie and they did not accept any cost. They only wanted to show their city's culture and historical places.

Epidemic (1975)

A járvány is a Hungarian film directed by Pál Gábor. It was released in 1975.

Njan Steve Lopez (2014)

Njan Steve Lopez is a 2014 Malayalam film, directed by Rajeev Ravi. The production is also supported by Jar Pictures, M.R Filmworks and Media Mill. The film is set in Thiruvananthapuram city and stars Farhaan Faasil and debutante Ahaana Krishna. It released on August 8, 2014.

The Red Countess (1985)

The Red Countess is a 1985 Hungarian drama film directed by András Kovács. It was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.

Walls (1989)

Walls is a 1968 Hungarian drama film directed by András Kovács. It was entered into the 6th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Diploma.

Redenzione (1919)

Redenzione is a 1919 silent Italian drama film directed by Carmine Gallone.

Oborona Tsaritsyna (1942)

The Defense of Tsaritsyn, is a 1942 Soviet drama film directed by Vasilyev brothers.

My Survival as an Aboriginal (1979)

My Survival as an Aboriginal is a 1979 Australian documentary film directed by Essie Coffey and produced by Coffey, Alec Morgan and Martha Ansara. It was the first documentary directed by an aboriginal woman.

Gulebakavali Katha (1962)

Gulebakavali Katha is a 1962 Telugu-language Indian fantasy swashbuckler film produced by N. Trivikrama Rao and directed by N. T. Rama Rao. It is based on the story of Gulebakavali from the Arabian folk tale collection One Thousand and One Nights. Rama Rao also stars as the male lead, alongside Jamuna and Nagarathna as the female leads. The film focuses on a man's quest to search for the Gulebakavali flower, which he needs to cure the king's blindness. It was released on 5 January 1962, and became a commercial success.

Madame Sans-Gêne (1911)

Madame Sans-Gêne is a 1911 silent French film set in the French Revolution and during Napoleon's reign. It is based on the 1893 play of the same name. Gabrielle Réjane and Edmond Duqesne reprised their roles in the play; Réjane played the title character, a laundress who marries a man who becomes one of Napoleon's field marshals, while Duquesne played Napoleon. Conflicting sources state the director was André Calmettes or Henri Desfontaines.

The Upland Rider (1928)

The Upland Rider is a 1928 American Western film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Ford Beebe. The film stars Ken Maynard, Ena Gregory, Lafe McKee, Sydney Jarvis, Robert D. Walker and Bobby Dunn. The film was released on June 3, 1928, by First National Pictures.

Sleepy Eyes of Death 14: Swastika Swordplay (1969)

Nemuri Kyōshirō manji giri is a 1969 Japanese film directed by Kazuo Ikehiro. It is based on Renzaburō Shibata's novel series Nemuri Kyoshiro. The lead star is Hiroki Matsukata. He played Nemuri Kyoshiro as a replacement for Ichikawa Raizo VIII. In this film Masakazu Tamura played a villain(Later he played Nemuri Kyoshiro for a long time.)

How the Steel Was Tempered (1942)

How the Steel Was Tempered, is a 1942 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy.

Noon (1968)

Noon is a 1968 Yugoslav film directed by Mladomir Puriša Đorđević.

Masala Republic (2014)

Masala Republic is a 2014 Indian Malayalam political satire film directed by Visak G. S. in his directional debut. It stars an ensemble cast consisting of Indrajith, Aparna Nair, Sunny Wayne, P. Balachandran, Mamukkoya, Vinayakan, Vinay Forrt, Mala Aravindan, and Captain Raju. The story and dialogue of the film is by the director, while the screenplay was co-written by Arungeorge K. David.

Golden Beak (1929)

Golden Beak is a 1928 Soviet drama film directed by Yevgeni Chervyakov. Screen version of the eponymous historical novel by Anna Karavaeva.

Deaf Sam Yong (1964)

Deaf Sam-yong is a 1964 South Korean drama film directed, produced by Shin Sang-ok, based on the 1925 short story of the sama title by Na Do-hyang. It was chosen as Best Film at the Grand Bell Awards. The film was also selected as the South Korean entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 37th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Concert (1954)

Koncert is a Yugoslav film directed by Branko Belan. It was released in 1954. Oktavijan Miletić was the cinematographer for the film.

Hanged Man's Farm (1945)

Hanged Man's Farm is a 1945 French drama film directed by Jean Dréville and starring Charles Vanel and Bourvil.

Signal Over the City (1960)

Signal Over the City is a Yugoslav film directed by Žika Mitrović. It was released in 1960.

From Riches to Rags (1980)

From Riches to Rags is a 1980 Hong Kong film written and directed by John Woo starring Ricky Hui and Johnny Koo.

Follow the Star (1978)

Follow the Star is a 1978 Hong Kong action film directed by John Woo and starring Rowena Cortes.

Trick The Movie: Last Stage (2014)

Trick The Movie: Last Stage (トリック劇場版 ラストステージ) is a 2014 Japanese film directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi.

Angel (1966)

Angel is a 1966 experimental animated short directed by Derek May and produced by Guy Glover for the National Film Board of Canada. The film was shot against a snowscape and then stripped of grey scale to create a pure white background. It features music by Leonard Cohen, performed by The Stormy Clovers. Awards for the film included the Genie Award in the arts and experimental category.

The Count of Monte Cristo (1954)

The Count of Monte Cristo is a 1913 silent film adventure directed by Joseph A. Golden and Edwin S. Porter. It starred James O'Neill, a stage actor and father of playwright Eugene O'Neill. James O'Neill had been playing Edmond Dantès most of his adult life and was famous in the role. Daniel Frohman and Adolph Zukor produced together. Edwin S. Porter co-directed with Joseph Golden, though this was probably necessary as Porter also served as the film's cinematographer.

Vaana (2008)

Vaana is a 2008 Telugu romantic drama film starring Vinay Rai and Meera Chopra in the lead roles, while Suman, Jayasudha, Naresh, Seetha, and Diganth play supporting roles. M. S. Raju produced and directed the film while debutant Kamalakar composed music for the project. It is a remake of Kannada language Blockbuster film Mungaru Male, which featured Dr. Pooja Gandhi and Dr. Ganesh. The film was dubbed into Tamil and released in 2013 under the title Gnabagangal Thaalattum. Odia language romeo the lover boy starting babushan

Kanchipurathe Kalyanam (2009)

Kancheepurathe Kalyanam is a 2009 Malayalam comedy film by the debutant pair Fazil and Jayakrishnan. The film stars Mukesh, Suresh Gopi and Muktha George.

Kaliveedu (1996)

Kaliveedu is a 1996 Malayalam family drama film that explores the marital relationship of Mahesh and Mridula and their divorce.

Marumalarchi (1998)

Maru Malarchi, also spelled as Marumalarchi, is a 1998 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Marumalarchi Bharathi. The film features Mammootty, Devayani, Ranjith and Mansoor Ali Khan in lead roles, with Manorama, Kalabhavan Mani, R. Sundarrajan, Major Sundararajan, Vivek and Pandu playing supporting roles. The film, produced by Bharathi Kannamma fame Henry, had musical score by S. A. Rajkumar and was released on 14 January 1998.

Padheyam (1993)

Padheyam is a 1993 Malayalam film written by A. K. Lohithadas, directed by Bharathan, produced by Bharath Gopi and starring Mammootty in the lead role. Mammootty played the role of Chandradas, a poet and debutant Chippy, that of his estranged daughter.

Vilkkanundu Swapnangal (1980)

Vilkkanundu Swapnangal is a 1980 Malayalam dramatic film, directed by Azad, written by M.T. Vasudevan Nair and starring Sukumaran. The film features Mammootty, in a small role.

Thrishna (1981)

Thrishna is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by I. V. Sasi and produced by Rosamma George. The film stars Mammootty, Rajalakshmi, Swapna and Kaviyoor Ponnamma in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Shyam. Mammootty replaced Babu Namboothiri as the hero of this film after a few days of shooting.

Munnettam (1981)

Munnettam is a 1981 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sreekumaran Thampi and produced by S. Kumar. The film stars Mammootty, Sumalatha, Ratheesh, Menaka and Jalaja in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Shyam.

Ee Sabdam Innathe Sabdam (1985)

Ee Sabdam Innathe Sabdam is a 1985 Malayalam film made in India, directed by P. G. Viswambaran and starring Mammootty. In this movie, Mammootty plays the role of a doctor who becomes a vigilante when his wife is raped and murdered by college students.

Ulagam Sutrum Valiban (1973)

Ulagam Sutrum Valiban is a 1973 Indian Tamil-language science fiction film, directed by M. G. Ramachandran and produced by R. M. Veerappan. The film stars MGR in the lead role, along with M. N. Nambiar, Manjula, Latha Sethupathi, Chandrakala, Thai actress Metta Roongrat, R. S. Manohar and S. A. Ashokan in lead roles, while Nagesh plays a supporting role. It was one of Ramachandran's all-time blockbuster movies and completed a 217-day run at the box office. It celebrated Silver Jubilee in Devi Paradise, Agasthia in Chennai, Madurai – Meenakshi (217), Trichy – Palace (203) Kovai – Raja (199) & Sri Lanka - Capital and Kottayam - 200 days. It crossed 100 days in 33 threatres. Booking reservations within three hours of opening 100 shows were full. There was no advertisement, posters and publicity of releasing the film. It was displayed on a blackboard. It was the first Indian movie to break the record collection of the English-language movie "Mckenna's Gold" in a single theatre; Devi Paradise. The film score and soundtrack were composed by M. S. Viswanathan.

Mother of Asphalt (2010)

Mother of Asphalt is a 2010 Croatian film directed by Dalibor Matanić. The film is a run-of-the mill social melodrama that highlights the materialistic aspirations of a young couple in their mid thirties and who are unable to perceive the emotional impact and the consequences thereof.

Thalai Nagaram (2006)

Thalai Nagaram is a 2006 Tamil drama film directed by Suraj. The film stars director Sundar C and Jyothimayi. This film was a low-budget production and the soundtrack was composed by D. Imman. This story is a tale of a man who sacrifices his life to kick out gangsters ruining others lives. It also stars Vadivelu, Prakash Raj and Bose Venkat among others. It enjoyed huge success. The soundtrack was a great hit and the song "Etho Nennukiren" charted at the top position for 1 week. It completed 100 days. It is a remake of the Priyadarshan-Mohanlal starrer Abhimanyu. It was remade in Kannada as Devru.

The Wrath of Silence (1994)

The Wrath of Silence is a 1994 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Frankie Chan.

Новые Бременские (2000)

The New Bremen Town Musicians is a 2000 Russian animated film. Sequel to the films The Bremen Town Musicians and On the Trail of the Bremen Town Musicians.

Scheherazade's Last Night (1987)

The Last Night of Scheherazade is a 1987 Soviet-Syrian children's fantasy film directed by Takhir Sabirov based on One Thousand and One Nights. It is the last film of the trilogy, started with the films New Tales of Scheherazade and And another night of Scheherazade.

Caribbean Connection (1984)

Conexión Caribe is a 1984 film starring members of Los Chicos, a Puerto Rican boy band of the 1980s, Tony, Migue, Chayanne and Rey.

The Street Player (1983)

The Street Player is a 1983 Egyptian drama film directed by Mohamed Khan. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival.

The Whole Sky (1969)

Sara Akash is a 1969 Hindi film directed by Basu Chatterjee, based on first part of novel Sara Akash by Rajendra Yadav. This was Yadav's debut novel, originally published as Pret Bolte Hain, renamed in 1960, the title in turn was taken from a poem by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar. The film starred Rakesh Pandey, Madhu Chakravarty, Nandita Thakur, A. K. Hangal and Dina Pathak in lead roles. Set in a traditional middle class joint family in Agra, the film deals with internal conflicts of a newly wed couple, both of whom find themselves unprepared for domestic life.

That Girl in Pinafore (2013)

That Girl in Pinafore is a 2013 Singaporean comedy-musical film directed by Chai Yee Wei and starring Daren Tan, Julie Tan, Hayley Woo, Jayley Woo, Kenny Khoo, Seah Jiaqing and Kelvin Mun.

Pattikattu Ponnaiya (1973)

Pattikaattu Ponnaiya is a 1973 Tamil language drama film, directed by B. S. Ranga. The film features M. G. Ramachandran, Jayalalithaa and Rajasree in lead roles.

El extraño caso del doctor Fausto (1969)

El extraño caso del doctor Fausto is a 1969 Spanish drama film directed by and starring Gonzalo Suárez. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.

Personal Secretary (1938)

Personal Secretary is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Otis Garrett and written by Betty Laidlaw, Robert Lively and Charles Grayson. The film stars William Gargan, Joy Hodges, Andy Devine, Ruth Donnelly, Samuel S. Hinds and Frances Robinson. The film was released on September 9, 1938, by Universal Pictures.

Hideko the Bus Conductress (1941)

Hideko, the Bus Conductor , based on the short story "Okomasan" by Masuji Ibuse, is a 1941 Japanese film directed by Mikio Naruse. It is a short film of 54 minutes.

Symphony No. 42 (2014)

Symphony No. 42 is a 2014 Hungarian animated short film directed by Réka Bucsi. The film had its premiere at the Berlinale Shorts Competition.

Rhythm of a Crime (1981)

Rhythm of a Crime is a Yugoslav film released in Yugoslavia in 1981, directed by Zoran Tadić, starring Ivica Vidović and Fabijan Šovagović. It is based on "Dobri duh Zagreba", a short story by Pavao Pavličić.

Big Green Valley (1975)

Great Green Valley is a 1967 Georgian art-drama film directed by Merab Kokochashvili, written by Merab Eliozishvili.

The City of the Sun (2005)

The City of the Sun is a 2005 comedy film written and directed by Martin Šulík and starring Oldřich Navrátil and Ľuboš Kostelný. The film won the main prize at the 2005 Finále Plzeň Film Festival. At the 2006 ceremony for The Sun in a Net Awards, the film won in six categories. The film was Slovakia's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for the 78th Academy Awards. The film won in two categories at the Czech Lion Awards, specifically for music and editing.

West of Rainbow's End (1938)

West of Rainbow's End is a 1938 American Western film directed by Alan James and written by Stanley Roberts and Gennaro Rea. The film stars Tim McCoy, Kathleen Eliot, Walter McGrail, George Cooper, Mary Carr and Bob Kortman. The film was released on January 12, 1938, by Monogram Pictures.

Prathyartha (1999)

Prathyartha is a 1999 Kannada suspense-thriller film directed by Sunil Kumar Desai featuring Ramesh Aravind, Raghuvaran, Girish Karnad and Sudeep in the lead roles. The film features background score and soundtrack composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The concept of this movie is based on the 1995 movie Nick of Time.

Varadanayaka (2013)

Varadhanayaka is a 2013 Indian Kannada action film starring Sudeep, Chiranjeevi Sarja, Sameera Reddy and Nikeesha Patel in the lead roles. This film marks the Kannada debut of Sameera Reddy, an established Bollywood, Tollywood and Kollywood actress. The film is directed by Ayyappa P. Sharma. Arjun Janya is the music director of the film. Shankare Gowda has produced the venture under Shankar Productions banner. It is also dubbed in Hindi as Ek Tha Nayak. The film is a remake of Telugu film Lakshyam which starred Gopichand, Jagapathi Babu and Anushka Shetty.

Keep It Simple Stupid (2013)

Kiss: Keep It Simple Stupid is a Telugu romantic comedy film. Released on 12 September 2013, the film stars Adivi Sesh and Priya Banerjee. The film is directed by Adivi Sesh and produced by Saikiran Adivi.

Story of a Real Man (1948)

Tale of a True Man is a Soviet feature film directed by Aleksandr Stolper, shot on the same name book by Boris Polevoy.

Jossy's (2014)

Jossy's (女子ーズ) is a 2014 Japanese tokusatsu comedy film directed by Yūichi Fukuda. It was released on 7 June, 2014.

The Big Space Travel (1975)

A Great Space Voyage is a Soviet 1974 children's science fiction adventure film directed by Valentin Selivanov based on Sergey Mikhalkov's play The First Three, or the Year of 2001 ... (1970). The film premiered in the USSR on November 5, 1975.

Despite All That (1999)

Sopping Wet Married Teacher: Doing It in Uniform aka Despite All That is a 1999 Japanese pink film written and directed by Shinji Imaoka. It was given Honorable Mention at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony.

Caressed (1964)

Sweet Substitute, retitled Caressed in the United States, is a Canadian drama film, directed by Larry Kent and released in 1964.

Delhii Heights (2007)

Delhii Heights is a 2007 Hindi language film written and directed by Anand Kumar and produced by Sivaji Productions. It features Jimmy Sheirgill and Neha Dhupia in the lead roles, with Om Puri, Rohit Roy, Simone Singh, Vivek Shauq and Kamini Khanna playing supporting roles. With Delhii Heights, Rabbi Shergill made his debut in films as music director and lyrics writer.

The Little Darling (1909)

The Little Darling is a 1909 short film directed by D. W. Griffith. Released in split-reel for with Griffith's The Sealed Room.

Rhapsody in Rivets (1941)

Rhapsody in Rivets is a 1941 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng.

Teeth Smile (1957)

A Toothy Smile is a 1957 Polish short film written and directed by Roman Polanski. A man walks down the exterior staircase of some building, He passes a small window. He looks in, and there a young woman standing at a washbasin, drying her hair with a towel that covers her face. The man is interrupted by a door opening, the occupant begins bringing out empty bottles. The man starts down the stairs, only to return to the window after the door has closed. He again looks in the window and is surprised.

Dumb Patrol (1964)

Dumb Patrol is a 1931 one-reel short subject, part of the Looney Tunes series. it was released in May 1931 and is directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising. The film score was composed by Frank Marsales.

Bosko's Fox Hunt (1931)

Bosko's Fox Hunt is a 1931 one-reel short subject featuring Bosko; part of the Looney Tunes series. It was released on December 12, 1931 and is directed by Hugh Harman. The film score was composed by Frank Marsales.

The Bandmaster (1947)

The Bandmaster is a 1931 short film by Walter Lantz Productions, starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. As with a few films from the series, the cartoon is in the public domain.

Bosko's Holiday (1931)

Bosko's Holiday is a one-reel 1931 short subject animated cartoon, part of the Bosko series. It was directed by Hugh Harman, and first released on July 18, 1931 as part of the Looney Tunes series from the Leon Schlesinger animation studio and distributed by Warner Brothers. The film score was composed by Frank Marsales.

Ride Him, Bosko (1932)

Ride Him, Bosko! released in 1932, is an animated short film in Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes series. It features Bosko, Warner Bros.' first cartoon character and his sweetheart Honey in the Old West.

Bosko at the Zoo (1932)

Bosko at the Zoo is an American animated short film featuring Bosko. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, released on January 9, 1932. Like most Looney Tunes of the time, it was directed by Hugh Harman. Frank Marsales was its musical director.

Quarter Bin (2015)

Friends find romance in a comic book store.

Thathi Thavadhu Manasu (2003)

Cast - Sona, Urvasi Patel, Sindhuri.

Restare Uniti (2011)

Thousands of Italian men find themselves in Australian interment camps during World War II.

GrassRoots: The Cannabis Revolution (2016)

Filmmaker Dale Beaumont-Brown addresses the cannabis movement within the United Kingdom.

Homecoming: Veterans, Wives and Mothers (2017)

After serving on the front lines, women warriors return home to face a new battlefield on the homefront.

Brawl Busters (1978)

The cruel Tien Hu, with his many powerful alliances, oppresses an entire province, killing many of the hard working citizens.

Zappatore (1980)

A successful lawyer hides his humble upbringing.

Peanut Gallery (2015)

An exploration of one family's tragic loss and its attempts to heal after decades of silence.

The Rambling Guitarist (1959)

A wandering musician protects a family from the yakuza.

Playground (2016)

On the last day of school, a 12-year-old girl sets up a secret meeting with a boy. The intimate talk quickly spins out of control, leading to an unexpected ending.

Prem by Chance (2010)

The spoiled daughter of a wealthy family asks a stranger to pose as her intended husband to appease her family.

Spring Selection (1976)

Landscapes in the Mist (1984)

Gardien de la nuit (1986)