Yasemin (1988)

Yasemin is a 1988 German-language film directed by Hark Bohm. The international co-production of Turkey and West Germany was chosen as West Germany's official submission to the 61st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but didn't obtain a nomination. It was also entered into the 38th Berlin International Film Festival.

The Black Sheep of Whitehall (1942)

The Black Sheep of Whitehall is a 1942 British black-and-white comedy war film, directed by Will Hay and Basil Dearden, and starring Will Hay, John Mills and Basil Sydney. It was produced by Michael Balcon and Ealing Studios.

Scary True Stories (1991)

Wehe, wenn sie losgelassen (1958)

When She Starts, Look Out (German: Wehe wenn sie losgelassen...) is a 1958 West German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Peter Alexander, Bibi Johns and Ruth Stephan.The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler and Paul Markwitz. It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and on location in Bavaria. The plot was based on the Russian fim Jolly Fellows (1934), and that was this film's working title (German: Lustige Gesellen). The German title is a quote, line 163, from Schiller's poem Song of the Bell where it refers to nature's destructive forces ("Woe! when it, from bondage freed"), unrelated to the film's plot.

Tony vs. Paul (2007)

00 - Zero Zero 3D (2008)

Strong to the Finich (1934)

Three days till Christmas (2012)

Tibor vagyok, de hódítani akarok (2006)

N.U. (1948)

N.U. (short for Nettezza urbana, Italian municipal cleansing service) is a short 1948 documentary film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. The film examines a weekday morning of Italian janitors, captured at work on the streets of post-World War II Rome. Although undoubtedly neorealistic in its style, this documentary does foreshadow some of Antonioni's own future trademarks, such as slow-moving camera that is enamoured with alienated and deserted urban landscapes and inanimate objects of architecture, nature, etc. and seemingly less than concerned with sweepers, washers and cleaners (almost indistinguishable from bums, and sometimes behaving much in the same way). The film's narration consists of barely several phrases; musically soundtrack alternates classical-like piano improvisations with jazzy pieces. In 1948 N.U. won Antonioni Nastro d'Argento Best Documentary award. So did his L'amorosa menzogna next year.

Chonda Pierce - Stayin' Alive... Laughing! (2007)

Plantation Boy (1966)

Zone Reptile (2002)

Fast Fingers (1983)

Shaun Majumder, Every Word Is Absolutely True (2012)

The Bashful Buzzard (1945)

The Bashful Buzzard is a 7-minute animated cartoon completed in 1944 and released on September 15, 1945. It is directed by Robert Clampett and features the character Beaky Buzzard. This is the last cartoon in which Kent Rogers performed voices, as he died in a training flight accident on July 9, 1944. It is also the last Warner Bros. cartoon that for which Sara Berner performed voice work.

Die Rückkehr der Zeitmaschine (1984)

Betty Boop's Big Boss (1933)

Betty Boop's Big Boss is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. It is now public domain.

Status Update - A Facebook Fairytale (2012)

The Wind of Changes (1997)

Chromo sud (1968)

Road of Death (1973)

Italy is Rotten (1976)

L'Italia s'è rotta ("Italy is broken") is a 1976 Italian comedy film directed by Steno.

Temenos (1998)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: High Grass Dogs - Live from the Fillmore (1999)

Narradores de Javé (2004)

Narradores de Javé (The Storytellers) is a 2003 Brazilian film by Eliane Caffé.

The Struggle (1913)

The Tiniest of Stars (1913)

The Acquaintances of a Lonely John (2008)

Shocking Africa (1982)

The Magnificent Chivalry (1971)

Réponse de femmes: Notre corps, notre sexe (1975)

The Secret of Mayerling (1949)

Le secret de Mayerling is a 1949 French historical drama film directed by Jean Delannoy and starring Jean Marais, Dominique Blanchar and Jean Debucourt. It set around the 1889 Mayerling Incident when the crown prince of the Austrian Empire was found having apparently committed suicide with his lover.

The Scarlet Lady (1928)

The Scarlet Lady is a 1928 American silent drama film, written by Bess Meredyth and directed by Alan Crosland. It was produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures.

Carmen (la de Triana) (1938)

Carmen, la de Triana (Carmen, the girl from Triana) is a 1938 Spanish-German musical film directed by Florián Rey and starring Imperio Argentina, Rafael Rivelles and Manuel Luna. It was a Spanish-language version of the 1938 film Nights in Andalusia based on the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet. Triana is a neighbourhood of Seville.

Boadicea (1927)

Boadicea is a 1927 British historical film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Lillian Hall-Davis and Clifford McLaglen. It depicts the life of the Celtic Queen Boudica (Boadicea) and her rebellion against the Roman Empire.

Oh, diese Männer (1941)

Prairie Justice (1938)

Prairie Justice is a 1938 "B" movie directed by George Waggner and starring Bob Baker as a singing cowboy.

Blue Lies (2008)

Outlaws of Love (1963)

I fuorilegge del matrimonio, internationally released as Outlaws of Love, is a 1963 Italian anthology comedy film. It is the second and last film directed both by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani and Valentino Orsini.It is inspired by the draft law presented by the Socialist Senator Renato Luigi Sansone to the approval of the so-called "small divorce".

Jack Perrett: Drunk and Stoned (2016)

Action (1980)

Action is a 1980 Italian black comedy directed by Tinto Brass. The film is reminiscent of the director's earlier avant-garde low-budget works such as The Howl and Nerosubianco. Brass faced many difficulties in Italy due to lawsuits concerning the production of Caligula so he filmed Action in London in 1979.

And She Learned About Dames (1934)

He Who Chases After the Wind (1988)

Carole King: One To One (1982)

The Fallen Angel (2010)

Rosa, Anna's Lil' Sis (2012)

Aile Pansiyonu (1987)

A Spanish Twist (1932)

Amalia (1914)

Amalia is a 1914 Argentine silent film directed by Enrique García Velloso and written by Eugenio Py. It was based on the novel by José Mármol. The film starred Dora Huergo and Lola Marcó del Pont. It is the first full-length film ever produced in Argentine cinema history.

Carne e Osso (2011)

The Story of David Leonard Sutton (2009)

German + Rain (2007)

The Wrong Door (1993)

Time Troopers (1985)

New Jack: Hardcore (2007)

Die verpfuschte Hochzeitsnacht (1957)

The Dream of Love (2005)

Chickamauga (1962)

The Minions (2014)

Un conseil d'ami (1916)

Sidewalk (2013)

Tropical Nights (1920)

El Compadre Mas Padre (1976)

The Wonderful Chance (1920)

The Wonderful Chance (also The Thug and His Wonderful Chance) is a 1920 American silent crime drama film produced by Lewis Selznick and released by Select Pictures. This picture stars Eugene O'Brien in a dual role and was directed by George Archainbaud. While this film survives today in several archives, it is best known for featuring Rudolph Valentino in a villain role rather than the hero. In the 1960s scenes from the film were used in the documentary The Legend of Rudolph Valentino (1961) narrated by Graeme Ferguson.

Lhorn (2003)

Calling Mr. Smith (1937)

The Diary of Immaculée (2006)

Dancing with the Incas (1992)

Love's Labour's Lost: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (2010)

Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us? (1999)

Teacher's Beau (1935)

Teacher's Beau is a 1935 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 136th Our Gang short (48th talking episode) that was released.

The Dog Show-Off (1948)

Mother (2005)

Hochzeit am Neusiedler See (1963)

Self Portrait as a PowerPoint Proposal for an Amusement Park Ride (2010)

Gorio & Tekla (1989)

Lawrence of Arabia: The Battle for the Arab World (2003)

The Blue Exile (1993)

The Blue Exile (Turkish: Mavi sürgün) is a 1993 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral. The film was selected as the Turkish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

The Great Devotion (1960)

Westinghouse Works (1904)

Pink Thief (1982)

Rânia (2012)

Rânia is a 2012 Brazilian drama film directed by Roberta Marques. The film premiered in the official competition of the 2012 International Film Festival Rotterdam, and was the winner of the Première Brazil - "New Paths" in the 2011 Festival do Rio.

Walking the Tracks: The Summer of 'Stand by Me' (2000)

Junts (2000)

Carrots & Peas (1969)

The Dead Of Night (2004)

20,000 Employees Entering Lord Armstrong's Elswick Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1900)

The Mating Urge (1958)

Shinjuku Messy District: I'll Be There (1977)

Komsomol (1933)

Manorama (2009)

Comicalamities (1928)

The Deadman (1989)

A Legacy of Filmmakers: The Early Years of American Zoetrope (2004)

The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World (1965)

Licensed to Kill is an Eastmancolor 1965 superspy imitation James Bond film starring Tom Adams as British secret agent Charles Vine. It was directed and co-written by Lindsay Shonteff. Producer Joseph E. Levine picked it up for American and worldwide distribution and reedited it under the title The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World. The theme song for the American version, composed by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen and performed by Sammy Davis, Jr., is used in the 2011 film drama Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

Diana im Bade (1907)

Amanti in Fuga (1946)

The Lovers (Italian: Amanti in fuga) is a 1946 Italian drama film directed by Giacomo Gentilomo. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.

Zero Zero (2001)

Forever Not Alone (2013)