An Odyssey of the North (1914)

An Odyssey of the North is a 1914 American adventure film directed by Hobart Bosworth and written by Hettie Grey Baker and Hobart Bosworth. The film stars Hobart Bosworth, Rhea Haines and Gordon Sackville. It is based on the short story "An Odyssey of the North" by Jack London. The film was released on September 3, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.

Counting Sheep (2004)

Rabbit Punch (1948)

Rabbit Punch is a Warner Bros. cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny, released in 1948. The work features a boxing match between "Battling McGook" (identified as "The Crusher" in subsequent cartoons) and Bugs Bunny.

Semi-dokyumento- Zoku nyotai no shinpi (1975)

Heroes of World Class (2006)

Echo of Silence (2008)

Orchard Street (1955)

Kecoh Betul (2010)

Il dolce rumore della vita (1999)

Il dolce rumore della vita (internationally released as The Sweet Sounds of Life) is a 1999 Italian romance-drama film directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci. It premiered at the 56th Venice International Film Festival, and entered the competition at the 1999 Mar del Plata Film Festival, in which Bertolucci was awarded as best director.

Martyris (2010)

Kapital (2007)

Sweety: The Friends, Betrayal and Murder of Maja Bradaric (2008)

Olive's Boithday Presink (1941)

The Wacky Worm (1941)

Cornet at Night (1963)

My Lucky Day (1998)

Konrad & Kurfurst (2014)

Tsubaki Sanjûrô (2007)

1735 Km (2005)

Hititya Madalyonun Sırrı (2013)

Vá Cavar Batatas (2012)

Un domingo (1960)

Femina (1991)

Canta Y No Llores (1949)

Canta y no llores... ("Sing and Don't Cry...") is a 1949 Mexican musical film directed by Alfonso Patiño Gómez and starring ranchera singer Irma Vila and Carlos López Moctezuma.

Beer & Nuts (2012)

Waterfront Inn (2011)

Karpavai Katrapin (2014)

Vellai Desathin Idhayam (2013)

The Frenchman's Orchard (1978)

Any Bonds Today? (1942)

"Any Bonds Today?" is a song written by Irving Berlin, featured in a 1942 animated propaganda film starring Bugs Bunny. Both were used to sell war bonds during World War II.

Foney Fables (1942)

Alma de Acero (1957)

Boston Beanie (1947)

Xiongmao Monogatari TaoTao (1981)

Ulian (2012)

Boxers and Ballerinas (2004)

They are Lost to Vision Altogether (1989)

The Face at the Window (1998)

Bukit Orang Salah (2013)

DMD KIU LIDT: Die Manifestation des Kapitalismus in unserem Leben ist die Traurigkeit (2014)

Cicada Princess (2012)

The Tower of Silence (1925)

The Tower of Silence (German: Der Turm des Schweigens) is a 1924 German mystic melodrama directed by Johannes Guter and starring Xenia Desni and Nigel Barrie. The Tower of Silence is a silent film, and one of the few films by Guter to survive. In 2007 it became the director's first film to be restored for modern audiences.

Shakespeare' Globe on Screen: The Tempest (2014)

Friedlich in die Katastrophe (2013)

New Shoes (2004)

RPG OKC (2013)

Scenery (2013)

Oak, Ivy, and Other Dead Elms (1982)

Prostitution (1965)

The Love Robots (1966)

Villa-Lobos: A Life of Passion (2000)

Villa-Lobos: A Life of Passion (Portuguese: Villa-Lobos - Uma Vida de Paixão) is a 2000 Brazilian drama film directed by Zelito Viana. It was entered into the 22nd Moscow International Film Festival. It won the 2nd Grande Prêmio Cinema Brasil for Best Score, and the 5th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami for Best Art Direction. Its production started in 1997 as Villa Lobos - História de Uma Paixão.

Sense of Architecture (2009)

Shiroi Chibusa no Senritsu (1970)

Daily Dozens (1926)

Goodbye Mr. Christie (2011)

Nutty News (1942)

Nutty News is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Bob Clampett, animated by Virgil Ross and an uncredited Vive Risto, and musical direction by Carl Stalling. Elmer Fudd's voice can be heard as the narrator, but he is not seen.

Scrap the Japs (1942)

Scrap the Japs is an American anti-Japanese cartoon with the popular character Popeye as protagonist. It follows his adventures after being sent for punishment on a ship and running into Japanese sailors. The film was released in 1942 by Famous Studios, a part of Paramount Studios and focuses on racist stereotypes of the Japanese during the war. These images were based on pre-existing images of the Japanese that the American people had in their minds from previous fears about immigration. Because of the racism, this cartoon, along with some other World War II cartoons is now banned from being broadcast in most countries.

Seein' Red, White 'n' Blue (1943)

Seein' Red, White 'N' Blue is a 1943 American cartoon short featuring Popeye, directed by Dan Gordon. The cartoon revolves around Bluto trying to escape the draft but ends up fighting alongside Popeye against some Japanese spies, Hirohito and Adolf Hitler.

No Mutton fer Nuttin' (1943)

Utopia in Four Movements (2010)

110% (2005)

Contact (1992)

Contact is a 1992 short film directed by Jonathan Darby. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film in 1993.

Gerak Khas The Movie (2001)

The Story of Mothers & Daughters (1997)

Süreyya (1972)

Para Que Este Mundo Não Acabe! (2009)

Small (2011)

Surfavela (1996)

Com Cuspe e com Jeito Se Bota no Cu do Sujeito (1997)

Natalya Uzhviy (1957)

Byrd (2012)

El marido de mi novia (1951)

Cops: Bad Girls (2004)

Warrior: The Ultimate Legend (2014)

The Legacy of Boggy Creek (2010)

Nerawareta hada (1965)

Domingo Corrales (1988)

Osai (1984)

Shulamith (1916)

Getting Stronger Every Day (2001)

There We Are John... (1993)

Eine Kirche der Angst vor dem Fremden in mir (2009)

Anton Corbijn: Geen Stil Leven (2000)

The Baltic Love (1992)

Burning Rubber (1981)

Burning Rubber is a 1981 feature film starring musician Alan Longmuir (of the Bay City Rollers) and Olivia Pascal. Longmuir plays Henry Carsten, a race car driver. The picture was filmed in South Africa. Three other former members of the Bay City Rollers are also in the cast.

Duet (2014)

Der alte und der junge König (1935)

Der alte und der junge König (The Old and the Young King) is a German historical film by Hans Steinhoff, made under Nazi rule in 1935. The film ostensibly deals with the intense conflict between Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm I and his son and heir, Crown Prince Friedrich – the future King Friedrich II "The Great". This is a well-known incident of 18th century German history, which had drawn much public attention in the time itself, and been artistically treated before. However, in its specific presentation of this historical theme, the film was clearly seen to be a work of Nazi propaganda aimed at extolling the Führerprinzip, i.e. blind obedience to the Leader (the King in the film's plot, Hitler in the reality for which the film was a parable); complaints of "encirclement" and the need for Lebensraum also feature. For that reason, the film was banned by the Allied military government following the Nazi defeat in 1945. However, after the foundation of the Federal Republic of Germany the FSK ("Voluntary Self Regulation of the Movie Industry") subjected it a test on 4 August 1958 and ruled that, unlike other films made under the Nazis, the propaganda element in it was not so blatant as to justify its inclusion in the list of "Forbidden Films" (de:Vorbehaltsfilm).

Pocoyo: Let's Play (2012)

Tear Gas in Law Enforcement (1962)

Bloody Fox (2009)

Erotic Moments (1972)

Terra Lliure, punt final (2007)

Gloria Estefan: Live and Unwrapped (2004)

A Female Boss (1959)

Leading Light (1975)

The Boy From Wolf Mountain (2008)

.45 Calibre War (1929)

Beate's Mystery (1938)

Prisoner Maria: The Movie (1995)

School Girl's Gestation (2014)