Prelude 12 (1996)
Bomb Patrol Afghanistan (2011)
Moving Takahashi (2011)
James Cagney That Yankee Doodle Dandy (1981)
Alien Tampon (2015)
Qiu Jin (1983)
Qiu Jin (Chinese: 秋瑾), also known as Qiu Jin: A Revolutionary, is a 1983 Chinese biographical film co-written and directed by Xie Jin, starring Li Xiuming as the revolutionary Qiu Jin. The film also features Li Zhiyu, Chen Xiguang, Yu Shizhi, Wang Fuli, Huang Meiying, Cong Shan, Zhang Kezhong, Wu Wenlun, and Shi Weijian in supporting performances. The film based on the real life of Qiu Jin, focusing on her efforts in the 1900s to overthrow the corruption Qing Empire. The film was released in 1983 in China.
In 1984, the film won two Golden Rooster Awards including Best Supporting Actor and Best Props.
Big Junior (2010)
Christopher Titus: Neverlution (2011)
The Litterbug (1961)
The Litterbug is a 1961 animated short subject produced by Walt Disney Productions and featuring Donald Duck. It was the last Donald Duck short produced.
Un été +50 (2011)
Gents in a Jam (1952)
Gents in a Jam is the 141st short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1952 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
The Polo Kid (2009)
Bob Newhart: Button Down Concert (2006)
It Ain't Over (2012)
The Epic of Epic Epicness (2015)
A dos aguas (1987)
The Two Waters (Spanish: A dos aguas) is a 1988 Argentine drama film directed by Carlos Olguin-Trelawny, his opera prima, and written Martha Gavensky starring Miguel Ángel Solá and Bárbara Mújica.
The Cult Of The Suicide Bomber (2005)
The Equation Of Life (2014)
Mummies Alive! (1998)
Scontro di Civilta per un Ascensore a Piazza Vittorio (2010)
Tim And Harvey In The Great Outdoors (1998)
The Work Of Director Chris Cunningham (2003)
Watch Chris Cunningham's Trailer The Directors Label Series highlights the work of the filmmakers who have helped to redefine music videos and filmmaking over the last decade. Each volume in the Directors Label compiles music videos, shorts, commercials, documentaries, as well as a variety of exclusive features, never-before-seen rare footage, and unreleased audio and video commentary. Each release includes a 56 page book created by the Director and full of personal photos, notes, drawings, storyboards and personal insights. British director Chris Cunningham has drawn acclaim for groundbreaking music videos for the likes of Autechre, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Bjork, and Portishead, his award-winning commercials, and his risky short films. The Work of Director Chris Cunningham is the second release in Palm's Directors Label Series.
The Green Archer (1940)
The Green Archer is the 12th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on Edgar Wallace's 1923 novel The Green Archer, which had previously been adapted into the silent serial of the same name in 1925 by Pathé Exchange.
Jerry Lee Lewis: I Am What I Am (1989)
E. S. O. Entitat Supernatural Oculta (2010)
Dionne Warwick In Concert (2005)
Dorf On The Diamond (1996)
Dorf on the Diamond is a 1996 comedy film starring Tim Conway, Shawn Hess and Tim Conway Jr.
Dorf's Golf Bible (1988)
Dorf's Golf Bible is a 1988 comedy film starring Tim Conway, Eddie Deezen and Michele Smith along with a special appearance by Sam Snead.
Fugitives Run (2005)
Pimps Up Hos Down (1998)
Pimps Up, Ho's Down is a 1998 television documentary about pimping in the United States as part of the HBO documentary anthology series America Undercover. The film features interviews with American pimps and explores the modern pimping lifestyle. The film has received some controversy over some pimps using the documentary as an instructional video for their prostitutes, as well as over concerns over HBO paying the pimps for rights to film their businesses and the Players Ball.
Last Of The Breed (2007)
Angelina Jolie: Bad Girl Gone Good (2012)
American Gangwars (2014)
Colors: Bangin' in South Carolina is a 2014 documentary film directed by Terry Davis. The documentary explores the gang epidemic that plagued the state's capital city, Columbia, SC for years. The film details the 15 year gang feud between the Crips, Bloods, and Gangster Disciples. In 2014, "COLORS: Bangin' in South Carolina" was presented with the Film Heals award at the Manhattan Film Festival at the Quad City Cinema in New York City.
André Rieu's 2015 Maastricht Concert (2015)
My Best Friend's Wife (1998)
My Best Friend's Wife (Italian: L'amico del cuore) is a 1998 Italian comedy film written and directed by Vincenzo Salemme.
It marked the directorial film debut of Salemme, and enjoyed a considerable commercial success.
Alien Agenda Planet Earth: Rulers of Time and Space (2014)
American Southern (1995)
Tiempos de Dictadura, Tiempos de Marcos Pérez Jiménez (2012)
If I Die Tonight (2009)
The Runner: Extreme UltraRunner David Horton (2006)
Sing the Blues (2014)
White Renegade (1931)
Slightly Static (1935)
Slightly Static is a 1935 American short comedy film directed by William H. Terhune. It was the debut film of Roy Rogers who performed with the Sons of the Pioneers although his name was uncredited.
Outlaw Street Cars: Death or Glory (2004)
Art of Mirrors (1973)
The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History (1999)
Drunk in Public (2012)
Drunk in Public is a 2012 documentary film by filmmaker and former custody officer, David J.Sperling.
The film spans and chronicles the last 18 years of alcoholic Mark David Allen, a man arrested more than 500 times for alcohol-related incidents.
The documentary starts when Mark David Allen is 33 years old and having already been arrested nearly 100 times.
This film depicts not only Allen's personal struggle and deterioration over the years but also Allen's families, friends and Sperling's effort to find a way to help him.
Mark David Allen was found dead on February 2, 2012, aged 50, due to natural causes.
Armageddon: The Final Challenge (1994)
Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend (1989)
The Borrowed Flat (1911)
Willie Nelson at the Teatro - The complete sessions (2017)
The Last Way Out (1997)
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Smart Politics (1948)
Smart Politics is a 1948 American film. It was one of The Teen Agers series made by Monogram Pictures.
Mary of the Movies (1923)
Mary of the Movies is a silent semi-autobiographical 1923 comedy film based on the career of Marion Mack. It was written by Mack and her husband Louis Lewyn, and stars Mack and Creighton Hale. Hale and director John McDermott play fictionalized versions of themselves in the film, which was also directed by McDermott.
A partial print of the film exists in Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.
Keeping Up with Lizzie (1921)
Shell Life (1984)
The 2018 Oscar Nominated Short Films (2018)
This exclusive release features the year’s most spectacular short films across Live Action, Animation and Documentary, and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen.
Dangling Participle (1970)
Up in Daisy's Penthouse (1953)
Up in Daisy's Penthouse is the 144th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1953 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq (2000)
Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq is a 2000 Carlton Television documentary written and presented by John Pilger which was directed by Alan Lowery. In this documentary Pilger argues that UN sanctions had a devastating effect on the children of Iraq during the 1990s.
Six and a Half (2008)
Slow Motion (2013)
Wrong Way (1972)
Racketeer Rabbit (1946)
Racketeer Rabbit is a 1946 animated short film in the Looney Tunes series produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. It stars Bugs Bunny, who duels with a pair of racketeers or gangsters, Rocky and Hugo forerunners who resemble Edward G. Robinson (Rocky, not to be confused with the aforementioned Rocky) and Peter Lorre (Hugo). Directed by Friz Freleng; written by Michael Maltese; animated by Manuel Perez, Virgil Ross, Gerry Chiniquy and Ken Champin; music by Carl Stalling, and voices by Mel Blanc and, uncredited, Dick Nelson (as "Robinson").
Hair Piece - A Film for Nappy Headed People (1985)
The Sex Killer (1967)
Lights Out Rowan (2012)
Recess Christmas: Miracle On Third Street (2001)
Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street is a second direct-to-video animated film released by Walt Disney Pictures and Paul & Joe Productions, produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, Plus One Animation (Korea) Co., Ltd. and Grimsaem Animation, Korea Co., Ltd., released to VHS on November 6, 2001. It is a direct-to-video compilation of four unrelated episodes of the Recess TV series, the series' Christmas special "Yes Mikey, Santa Does Shave". The second film takes place over the events of the theatrical film Recess: School's Out. It was followed by two more direct-to-video Recess films in 2003: Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade, and Recess: All Growed Down.
The Hunters of the Golden Cobra (1982)
Hunters of the Golden Cobra (Italian: I Cacciatori del Cobra d'Oro) is an Italian 1982 action film starring David Warbeck. It was directed by Antonio Margheriti, and is one of several Italian imitations of Raiders of the Lost Ark, shot in an exotic location involving the recovery of supernatural relics.
Beyond Kokoda (2008)
Happy Dayz (2002)
A Great Ride (1979)
Rembrandt: From the National Gallery, London and Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (2014)
Prelude 8 (1996)
1st Time 16mm (2010)
Just Crazy About Horses (1978)
Who Killed Who? (1943)
Who Killed Who? is a 1943 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer animated short directed by Tex Avery. The cartoon is a parody of whodunit stories and employs many clichés of the genre for humor.
Wrestling Isn't Wrestling (2015)
Wrestling Isn't Wrestling is a 2015 short film written and directed by Max Landis. Released for free on YouTube, the film retells the story of WWE professional wrestler Triple H. Like Landis's 2012 short The Death and Return of Superman, it consists of an unscripted monologue by Landis on the subject matter, accompanied by sequences with actors performing the parts in the story.
The True Story of Glory Continues (1991)
Scattered Remains (1988)
The Message (2012)
It Happened in Penkovo (1957)
It Happened in Penkovo (Russian: Дело было в Пенькове, translit. Delo bylo v Penkove) is a 1958 Soviet film directed by Stanislav Rostotsky. Film based on the novel of Sergey Antonov.
Jungle Mystery (1932)
Jungle Mystery is a 1932 American Pre-Code Universal 12-chapter movie serial directed by Ray Taylor. Set in Zanzibar, it depicts the search by various parties for a missing man named Jack Morgan (Onslow Stevens), as well as a legendary cache of ivory. The jungle mystery involves a creature (half man, half ape) named Zungu (played by Sam Baker). Tom Tyler played the hero, Kirk Mongomery, and Cecilia Parker played the heroine, Barbara Morgan, searching for her missing brother. A 1935 feature version was also released, running 75 minutes.
A Woman's Fool (1918)
A Woman's Fool is a 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost.
Treasure of the Lost Desert (1985)
The Fear (2010)
The Romance of Tarzan (1918)
The Romance of Tarzan is a 1918 American silent action adventure film directed by Wilfred Lucas starring Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey, Thomas Jefferson, and Cleo Madison. The movie was the second Tarzan movie ever made, and is based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' original novel Tarzan of the Apes. It adapts only the second part of the novel, the earlier portion having been the basis for the preceding film Tarzan of the Apes (1918). Less popular than its predecessor due to much of the action taking place in the wild west rather than Africa, the film has not been preserved, and no prints of it are known to survive today.
Daughters of Pleasure (1924)
Daughters of Pleasure is a 1924 American silent romantic comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Marie Prevost and Monte Blue. Based on a story by Caleb Proctor, the film features an early appearance by Clara Bow who plays a supporting role.An incomplete print of the film is housed at the Library of Congress with two of the six reels missing.