Season of the Troll (2001)

Ninja Commandments (1987)

RINGO or: The Story of a Couple Who Tried to Revitalize Their Relationship But Instead Ruined a Child (2012)

Hatsu Yume (1981)

Africa Squeaks (1940)

Africa Squeaks is a 1940 American animated cartoon in the Looney Tunes series starring Porky Pig. It was directed by Bob Clampett, animated by John Carey, Dave Hoffman, Izzy Ellis, Norman McCabe, and Vive Risto, with musical direction by Carl Stalling. The cartoon is a parody of the movie Stanley and Livingstone starring Spencer Tracy and Cedric Hardwicke. The title parodies the 1930 documentary Africa Speaks!

Bienvenido/Welcome 2 (2006)

Dirty Maria (1998)

Kino (2012)

The Hole Idea (1955)

The Hole Idea is a 1955 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. It was the last cartoon about black-and-white sequences. He was also the sole animator on the short, as this was during the time he was re-assembling his unit after the brief 1953 shutdown of Warner Bros. Animation. It was a "one shot" short; that is not starring a regular Looney Tunes character.

Lost Girl (2012)

Theresienstadt (1944)

Theresienstadt. Ein Dokumentarfilm aus dem jüdischen Siedlungsgebiet (English: Terezin: A Documentary Film from the Jewish Settlement Area) was a black-and-white projected Nazi propaganda film shot in the concentration camp of Theresienstadt. In the summer of 1944, the Nazi government had perpetrated a hoax against the Danish Red Cross by taking them on a tour of the Theresienstadt concentration camp in the occupied Czechoslovakia. They "beautified" and cleaned the camp prior to arrival and arranged cultural activities to give the appearance of a happy, industrious community. To cover up the endemic overpopulation of the camp, numerous inmates were deported to Auschwitz before the arrival of the Red Cross delegation. The gimmick was so successful that SS commander Hans Günther attempted to expand on it by having Kurt Gerron, a Jewish actor-director, make a short film about the camp to assure audiences that the inmates kept there were not being abused. In return, the Nazis promised that he would live. Shooting took 11 days, starting September 1, 1944. Shortly after Gerron finished shooting the film, however, both he and other cast members were "evacuated" to Auschwitz, where they were gassed upon arrival. The film was intended to be shown in neutral countries to counter Allied news reports about the persecution of Jews. Influential organisations such as the International Red Cross and the Vatican would be given screenings. However, the progress of the war in late 1944 to early 1945 made that impossible. After an initial screening in early April 1945 to senior members of the government and SS, there were a few other screenings to international humanitarian groups in Theresienstadt in April 1945. Further distribution was halted by the defeat of Germany. The film was mostly destroyed, but about 20 minutes of sequences from it have survived. The surviving footage features a children's opera, Brundibár, and two musical performances on a wooden pavilion in the town square. One is of Karel Ančerl conducting a work by Pavel Haas, and the other is of the jazz band leader Martin Roman and his Ghetto Swingers. Ančerl and Roman both survived Auschwitz; most of their musicians and the children from the opera did not. The "Beautification", the Red Cross tour, and the making of the film are dramatized extensively in the novel and mini-series War and Remembrance. Austerlitz, a novel by W.G. Sebald, features discussion of and a still from the film. It is also explored in documentary film The Given Town.

Âmes et rythmes (1962)

Viennale Walzer (2004)

Le bain des dames de la cour (1904)

Who's Cookin Who? (1946)

Who's Cookin' Who? is the 17th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on June 24, 1946, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures.

Jimmy Buffett & Friends: Live from the Gulf Coast (2010)

Clean and Narrow (1999)

Il bandolero stanco (1952)

Il bandolero stanco ("The Tired Outlaw") is a 1952 Italian comedy film.

The Story of the Road (1958)

The Holy Bunch (1992)

Vesuvius (2012)

2L Grieg Piano Concerto (2009)

Emma (2018)

My Old Kentucky Home (1926)

My Old Kentucky Home is a short animation film originally released in June 1926, by Max and Dave Fleischer of Fleischer Studios as one of the Song Car-Tunes series. The series, between May 1924 and September 1926, eventually totaled 36 films, of which 19 were made with sound. This cartoon features the original lyrics of "My Old Kentucky Home" (1853) by Stephen Foster, and was recorded in the Lee DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film system. My Old Kentucky Home appears to be the first attempt at animated dialogue in cartoon history, as an unnamed dog, an early prototype of future studio mascot Bimbo, in the film mouths the words "Follow the ball, and join in, everybody" in remarkable synchronization though the animation was somewhat limited, making sure that lip-synch was synchronized perfectly. The Fleischers had previously started the follow the bouncing ball gimmick in their Song Car-Tune My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean (released 15 September 1925). This film came two years after the Fleischers started the Song Car-Tune series in May 1924, and two years before Paul Terry's Dinner Time (September 1928) and Disney's Steamboat Willie (November 1928). A clip from the film is used in the opening credits of the Futurama episode "Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?".

Ozzy Osbourne: Live & Loud (1993)

Bryan Adams - Live in Lisbon (2005)

Prazdnik (2001)

Der Pirat (1998)

Hold Anything (1930)

Hold Anything was the third short in the Looney Tunes series from Warner Bros., released to theaters in November 1930. Featuring Bosko (the star of Looney Tunes shorts of that time), it was loosely based on the lost film Hold Everything, one of whose songs, "Don't Hold Everything," features prominently in the cartoon. It was directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolph Ising, and animated by Isadore "Friz" Freleng and Norman Blackburn.

Hartmann 3 (2006)

Macedonian Wedding (1960)

The Giant (1984)

As if we Were Catching a Cobra (2012)

The Adventures of Errol Flynn (2005)

Blue Moses (1962)

Cuore cattivo (1995)

Heartless (Italian: Cuore cattivo) is a 1995 Italian crime-drama film directed by Umberto Marino.

Tutti Dentro (1984)

Tutti dentro, internationally released as Everybody in Jail, is a 1984 Italian comedy film written, starred and directed by Alberto Sordi. The main character, a hyperactive, vain and logorroic judge, is referred as one of the most famous fictional judges in the Italian collective imagination.

No... Just Passing By (2007)

The Talking Car (1969)

Cologne (1939)

Cologne: From the Diary of Ray and Esther is a 1939 short documentary film which deals with the German-American community on the eve of World War II. It was filmed and directed by amateur filmmakers Esther Dowidat and Raymond Dowidat, residents of Cologne, Minnesota. In 2001, this fourteen-minute film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant".

Noviciat (1964)

The Great Toy Robbery (1963)

Muzica in Sange (2010)

Intolerance (2000)

Cousin (1998)

The thin line: Life on the edge (2008)

The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir (1975)

The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir is a 1975 American documentary film directed by Shirley MacLaine and Claudia Weill. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Off the Edge (1976)

Off the Edge is a 1976 New Zealand documentary film directed by Michael Firth. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film features backcountry skiing, extreme skiing and hang gliding in the Southern Alps. Despite being classed as a documentary, it does have some semblance of a fictionalised storyline.

Duct Tape (2012)

Le Noël de Walter et Tandoori (2011)

Rush - Exit... Stage Left (1982)

Billy Joel: Greatest Hits Volume III (1997)

Identification Marks: None (1965)

Identification Marks: None (Polish: Rysopis) is a 1964 Polish drama film directed by Jerzy Skolimowski. It was the first feature film directed by Skolimowski, after the shorts Erotique, Little Hamlet, The Menacing Eye, Boxing and Your Money or Your Life.

Evdokia (1971)

Evdokia (Greek: Ευδοκία) is one of the most important works of Greek cinema. It is a drama of passion whose main characters are a sergeant and a prostitute (Evdokia) who get married after a brief passionate affair. Very soon, however, the influence of their environment strains their relationship, and the man tries to break away, but without success. The pair is surrounded by harsh light, the rock, the bare landscapes and military exercises, on the one hand, and sensuality and constrictions, on the other. Because of her occupation, Evdokia both attracts and repels the sergeant. The petit bourgeois environment, the lumpen elements, the social fringes and petty interests stifle the young couple: they apparently want to rebel, but never succeed. With everything moving among violent sensuality, cruelty, coarseness, and total austerity, this "prosaic" story assumes the dimensions of an ancient tragedy. The inner struggle of the protagonists, the conflict of desires and values, the straightforward narration, vigorous pace, immediacy and sound construction constitute one of the most important works of the Greek cinema. In Greece, the film is mostly known for the popular Zeibekiko instrumental piece "Zeibekiko of Evdokia", written by Manos Loizos. In 1986, Evdokia was voted by the Greek Film Critics Association as the best Greek film of all time.

Oorukku 4 Peru (2011)

Justice Be Damned (2007)

A Steven Wright Special (1985)

Debutante Detective Corps (1996)

Roxanna (1970)

Discussions with Richard Dawkins, Episode 1: The Four Horsemen (2008)

Theory of Achievement (1991)

Histeria (2008)

Return (2007)

Coronation Street: A Knight's Tale (2010)

Jim Carrey: Unnatural Act (1991)

A Serious Shock! Yes Madam! (1993)

Sabbath Entertainment (2003)

Induction (1965)

Jim Breuer: Hardcore (2002)

Billy Connolly Live 1994 (2004)

Robbie Williams: Intensive Care (2005)

Pantera: 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell (1999)

Susuk Pocong (2009)

Corto Maltese: The Ballad of the Salt Sea (2003)

Le Ciel sur la tête (2001)

Cops and Robbers (1979)

Cops and Robbers (Italian: Guardie e ladri) is a 1951 Italian cult comedy film directed by Steno and Mario Monicelli. It stars the famous comedian Totò, and the cinematographer was the future film director Mario Bava. It was produced by Dino De Laurentiis and Carlo Ponti. Its style is close to Italian neorealism. Released in Italian cinemas in November 1951 and shown in competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 1952, earned the award for Piero Tellini the script and Totò the Nastro d'Argento. It had trouble with the censor because it portrayed clumsy police and smart thieves, but it was a great success. The film was a huge success and an unexpected liking by critics. Cops and robbers represented a real turning point in the career of Totò, so that for the first time his film was exclusively positive reviews, and its interpretation is considered one of the best of his career. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.

Love Strange Love (1982)

Love Strange Love (Portuguese: Amor Estranho Amor) is a 1982 Brazilian erotic drama film written and directed by Walter Hugo Khouri. The film stars Vera Fischer, Tarcísio Meira and Xuxa Meneghel. Fischer won the Best Actress Award at the 15th Festival de Brasília as well as the Air France Award.

Babylonia en Guagua (2001)

Wozzeck (1947)

Wozzeck is a 1947 German drama film directed by Georg C. Klaren and starring Kurt Meisel, Max Eckard and Helga Zülch. The film's sets were designed by Bruno Monden and Hermann Warm.

Gianni Schicchi (2014)

L'abbiamo fatta grossa (2016)

L'abbiamo fatta grossa is a 2016 Italian comedy film written, directed and starred by Carlo Verdone. It was released on January 28, 2016.

East End Angels (2010)

East End Angels (Norwegian: Asfaltenglene) is a 2010 Norwegian children's film directed by Lars Berg, starring Emma Høgh Åslein, Nini Bakke Kristiansen and Helene Nybråten. 12-year old Maja (Høgh Åslein), Rikke (Bakke Kristiansen) and Ohna (Nybråten) are planning on doing nothing all summer. Then Ohna's family gets framed for involvement in the drug trade, and the girls have to solve the mystery.

Under the Pyramid (2016)

Tut Sözünü (2015)

Mine (1982)

Mine is a 1983 Turkish drama film directed by Atıf Yılmaz. It was entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.

Angeschwemmt (1994)

Mission X (2009)

Door het vuur (2017)

La rubia Mireya (1948)

La Rubia Mireya is a 1948 Argentine film. It is the story of a woman who was reluctantly married, divorced, and rejected by her daughter.

The Nutcracker Ballet (2002)

Tiempo sin aire (2015)

Una chica de Chicago (1958)

A Girl from Chicago (Spanish:Una chica de Chicago) is a 1960 Spanish comedy film directed by Manuel Mur Oti and starring Ana Bertha Lepe, Javier Armet and Rafael Durán.

Aragure (2013)

Route 80 (2018)

House of Little Deaths (2016)

For the End of Time (2008)

Police Car 17 (1933)

El jugador (2016)

Nature (2018)

Saving My Pig (2018)