Doktor Knock (1996)

Yar Paiyan (1957)

Veerabhimanyu (1965)

Captain Scott's South Pole Expedition (1912)

What About the Bodies (2003)

Crater Face (2010)

Sunny Land (2010)

Marka strany Gondelupy (1977)

Ich Hunger (2013)

Khanuma (1926)

Mavis and the Mermaid (2000)

Show Folks (1928)

Show Folks is a 1928 American silent film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Eddie Quillan, Lina Basquette and Carole Lombard.

Sotiros (1996)

Quark and the Vikings (1987)

Odds 777 (1932)

Odds 777 is a 1932 Danish family film directed by George Schnéevoigt. The film stars Liva Weel and Inger Stender.

Coolie No. 1 (1991)

A2042 (2013)

Betty (1997)

The Rolling Stones: Atlantic City (1989)

The Atlantic Swimmers (1976)

The Circus: Premiere (1928)

Lao jia xie pai gu ye zi (1976)

Ci man wang (1971)

Un amor de película (2012)

Capitalism: Slavery (2006)

The Arab (1924)

The Arab (1924) is a silent film starring Ramon Novarro and Alice Terry, written and directed by Rex Ingram, based on a 1911 play by Edgar Selwyn.

A... (2013)

Miss Marple: The Murder at the Vicarage (1986)

Partners Again (1926)

Partners Again is a 1926 silent comedy, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, released through United Artists, and directed by Henry King.This ethnic Jewish humor film is based on the 1922 Broadway play Partners Again starring Alex Carr and Barney Bernard, which reprises their characters from the very successful 1913 Broadway play Potash and Perlmutter (441 performances from 1913 to 1915). Goldwyn produced a 1923 film adaptation of Potash and Perlmutter, and a 1924 sequel called In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter. In Partners Again the two are in the automobile industry. As with the 1924 film, In Hollywood with Potash and Perlmutter, George Sidney plays Potash, taking up the role after Barney Bernard died in March of that year. Alex Carr continues his winning role of Perlmutter. What is interesting about this film is that it is one of the two American films that only survives in 8mm.

The Mongols (1973)

Nedele ve vsední den (1962)

Satan Tempts with Love (1960)

Satan Tempts with Love (German: Der Satan lockt mit Liebe) is a 1960 French-West German crime film directed by Rudolf Jugert and starring Belinda Lee, Joachim Hansen and Ivan Desny.

Mou Piri: A Rarotongan Love Song (2013)

The Road We Know (2011)

The Merry Monarch (1933)

Daffy Dilly (1948)

Daffy Dilly is a 1948 Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Daffy Duck. It is another early example of a greedy, self-centered Daffy (with some "screwball" elements), as perfected by this cartoon's director, Chuck Jones. The title is a word play on daffodil. Forty years later, this cartoon was edited into Daffy Duck's Quackbusters.

More Blood, More Heart: The Making of Hobo with a Shotgun (2011)

Jo, el desconegut (2007)

Caterpillar (2010)

Betty Boop's Ups and Downs (1932)

Betty Boop's Ups and Downs is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short film, starring Betty Boop. The short subject makes light of the rash of foreclosures and property auctions in the economic turmoil of the Great Depression, together with some of the distinctive surrealism of the Fleischer style of this era.

Lai xin sha zhan (1984)

Virgin Wife (2001)

Wicked Pirate City (2011)

Hello Sailor (1927)

Gift of Gab (1934)

Gift of Gab is a 1934 black-and-white film released by Universal Pictures. Edmund Lowe stars as a man with the "Gift of Gab"—he can sell anyone anything. The film costars Ruth Etting, Ethel Waters, Victor Moore, and Gloria Stuart, and features Boris Karloff and Béla Lugosi. Ruth Etting sings "Talking to Myself" and "Tomorrow, Who Cares?" Originally the Three Stooges were signed to appear in the film, but they had just signed with Columbia Pictures for Woman Haters, the first of their short subjects, so three look-alike actors replaced them in Gift of Gab.

Sex: The Secret Gate to Eden (2006)

Avión, el pueblo ausente (2012)

Wedding Bells (1924)

Threshold of Spring (1963)

The Dark Area (2000)

The Cage (1963)

The Cage (French: La Cage) is a 1963 French film directed by Robert Darène. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.

Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes (1939)

Robert Koch (German title: Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes) is a 1939 German historical drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Emil Jannings, Werner Krauss and Viktoria von Ballasko. The film was a biopic of the German pioneering microbiologist Robert Koch (1843-1910). The film was made by the Terra Film company, and was also distributed in the United States by the largest German studio UFA.

R.E.M.: When the Light Is Mine - The Best of the I.R.S. Years 1982-1987 (2006)

Panoramic View of the Golden Gate (1902)

Kordavision (2005)

When Metallica Ruled the World (2005)

See You Tomorrow, Everyone (2013)

See You Tomorrow, Everyone, in Japanese Mina-san, sayonara (みなさん、さようなら) is a 2013 Japanese film directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura starring Gaku Hamada. It was released in Japan on January 26, 2013 and in the USA at the Hawaii International Film Festival on October 12, 2013.

Historic Pubs of Dublin (2008)

Formula radugi (2009)

Porky & Daffy (1938)

Porky & Daffy is a 1938 Warner Bros. cartoon produced by Leon Schlesinger, starting Porky Pig and Daffy Duck.

Odhod z mase v Ljutomeru (1905)

Tim Vine: Punslinger Live (2010)

Powers of Ten (1977)

The Powers of Ten films are two short American documentary films written and directed by Charles and Ray Eames. Both works depict the relative scale of the Universe according to an order of magnitude (or logarithmic scale) based on a factor of ten, first expanding out from the Earth until the entire universe is surveyed, then reducing inward until a single atom and its quarks are observed. The first film: A Rough Sketch for a Proposed Film Dealing with the Powers of Ten and the Relative Size of Things in the Universe — was a prototype and was completed in 1968; the second film: Powers of Ten: A Film Dealing with the Relative Size of Things in the Universe and the Effect of Adding Another Zero — was completed in 1977. The Powers of Ten films were adaptations of the book Cosmic View (1957) by Dutch educator Kees Boeke. Both films, and a book based on the second film, follow the form of the Boeke original, adding color and photography to the black and white drawings employed by Boeke in his seminal work. The 1977 film has a number of changes from the prototype, including being entirely in color, moving the starting location from Miami to Chicago, removing the relativistic (time) dimension, introducing an additional two powers of ten at each extreme, a change in narrator from Judith Bronowski to Philip Morrison, and much improved graphics. In 1998, Powers of Ten (1977) was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Heart Of Karl (2008)

Félix: Autoficciones de un traficante (2011)

Menikmati (2000)

Groper Train: The Search for the Black Pearl (1984)

The Arctic Giant (1942)

The Arctic Giant is the fourth of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This animated short was created by Fleischer Studios. The story runs nine minutes and covers Superman's adventures defeating a Godzilla-like monster that terrorizes the city. It was originally released February 26,1942.

Eine große Liebe (1949)

Eine große Liebe (English: True Love) is a 1949 German film directed by Hans Bertram. It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.

Der var engang en vicevært (1937)

Der var engang en vicevært is a 1937 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks and written by Børge Müller. The film stars Osvald Helmuth and Connie Meiling .

Carousella (1966)

Ten Second Film (1965)

Cinta Beruang (2012)

John Shuttleworth: One Foot in the Gravy (2006)

Pac-Man the Movie (2012)

A Haul in One (1956)

The Augustas (1950)

The Augustas (filmed in the early 1930s and the late 1940s) is a home movie made by Scott Nixon, an avid member of the Amateur Cinema League and a traveling salesman based in Augusta, Georgia who enjoyed recording his travels on film. In this 16-minute silent film, Nixon documents some 38 streets, storefronts and cities named Augusta in such far-flung locales as Montana and Maine. Arranged with no apparent rhyme or reason, the film strings together brief snapshots of these Augustas, many of which are indicated at the point of a pencil on a train timetable or road map. Nixon photographed his odyssey using both 8mm and 16mm movie cameras loaded with black-and-white and color motion picture film stock, amassing 26,000 feet of film that now resides at the University of South Carolina. While Nixon’s film does not illuminate the historical or present-day significance of these towns, it binds them together under the umbrella of Americana. Whether intentionally or coincidentally, this amateur auteur seems to juxtapose the name’s lofty origin—‘august,’ meaning great or venerable—with the unspectacular nature of everyday life in small-town America.

A British Picture (1989)

The Boy on the Galloping Horse (2006)

The Boy on the Galloping Horse (Polish: Chłopiec na galopującym koniu) is a 2006 Polish drama film directed by Adam Guziński. It was screened out of competition at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

The Original Sin (1948)

The Original Sin (German: Der Apfel ist ab) is a 1948 German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner. It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.

Big Man from the North (1931)

Big Man from the North is an American animated short film. It is a Looney Tune cartoon, featuring Bosko, the first star of the series. It was released in January 1931, although some sources give an unspecified date in 1930. It was, like most Looney Tunes of the time, directed by Hugh Harman; Frank Marsales was the musical director.

Animals with the Tollkeeper (1998)

Animals with the Tollkeeper is a 1998 American independent film directed by Michael Di Jiacomo.

The Cat (1947)

The Cat (Spanish: La gata) is a 1947 Argentine drama film directed by Mario Soffici. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

The Musicians (2008)

Le pillole di Ercole (1960)

Le pillole di Ercole is a 1960 Italian comedy film directed by Luciano Salce. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.

1922 (1978)

1922 is a 1978 Greek drama film directed by Nikos Koundouros.

Yeosajang (1959)

Song of the Caballero (1930)

Song of the Caballero is a 1930 American Western film directed by Harry Joe Brown and written by Bennett Cohen and Leslie Mason. The film stars Ken Maynard, Doris Hill, Francis Ford, Gino Corrado, Evelyn Sherman and Josef Swickard. The film was released on June 29, 1930, by Universal Pictures.

Marvel Renaissance (2014)

Magnum: Live in London (2005)

Return to 'Sin City': A Tribute to Gram Parsons (2004)

Maradona '86 (2014)

De/Vision - Unplugged And The Motion Pictures (2004)

Merle Haggard: Live at Billy Bob's Texas (2004)

An Irish Evening: Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast (1991)

Hooker (1983)

Redd Foxx: Video in a Plain Brown Wrapper (1983)

Herzlich willkommen (1990)

Herzlich willkommen is a 1990 West German drama film directed by Hark Bohm. It was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival.

An Episode Under Henry III (1911)

Samoa, regina della giungla (1968)

Samoa, Queen of the Jungle (Italian: Samoa, regina della giungla) is a 1968 Italian adventure film directed by Guido Malatesta.