Song of My Mother (2014)
Noël Noël (2003)
Noël Noël is a 22-minute animated short produced by the National Film Board of Canada in 2003 as a Christmas special. It was directed by Nicola Lemay and written by Martin Barry. The English-language version was adapted by John Weldon and narrated by Leslie Nielsen. The original French-language version was narrated by Benoît Brière.
Fiddlin Man: The Life and Times of Bob Wills (1993)
Horror Stories III (2016)
Sarong Aldaw (2012)
Burlesk Queen Ngayon (1999)
Landscapes of the Heart: The Elizabeth Spencer (2013)
The Itch of the Golden Nit (2011)
Aku no modae (1964)
A Fuga, a Raiva, a Danca, a Bunda, a Boca, a Calma, a Vida da Mulher Gorila (2009)
Good Night Elmer (1940)
Good Night, Elmer is a Merrie Melodies cartoon short released by Warner Bros. on October 26, 1940, directed by Chuck Jones, animated by Philip Monroe and written by Rich Hogan. The cartoon depicts the ill-fated attempts of Elmer Fudd, in a rare leading role, to extinguish a candle by his bedside so that he can retire for the night, with the flame always surging again in spite of Elmer's best efforts. Elmer finally succeeds, but only at the expense of wrecking his bedroom in the process, and no sooner than he lies down, the sun comes up, precipitating a nervous breakdown in Fudd.
Animated Self-Portraits (1989)
Happy Voodoo (2012)
The Crumbling of America (2009)
A Positive Rage (2009)
Por Activa Y Por Pasiva (2013)
Foxy Lady (2007)
Les branleuses (2011)
This Land Is Mine (2012)
Das dumme Gänslein (1944)
Das dumme Gänslein (The Silly Goose) is one in a trio of German animated short films produced in 1944 by Hans Fischerkoesen, who was the chief animator and author. It is a tale of a female goose consumed by adventure and urban glamour in her countryside life, who had to be saved from a cunning fox by her friends and family. The moral of the tale was not be extravagant and adventurous due to its consequences and it not being what one would expect, and promoting that people should live a ‘normal’ German family life. The animation has an underling theme of Nazi propaganda. It symbolises the Völkisch ideology to be traditionally conventional, demonstrating the idea that a woman’s main purpose was to produce ‘true’ German children, and not be individualistic or sexually sinful. It represents that if you vary from the traditional German life then the consequences could be dire, possibly leading to death. This can relate to the Nazi fear policy, by which people who opposed the regime or were seen as asocial, were punished and it could have eventually lead to their death. The film also indirectly contains anti-Semitism through the character of the cunning fox.
Kaiserjäger is a 1956 Austrian film directed by Willi Forst.
Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs (1936)
The Permaculture Orchard: Beyond Organic (2014)
The Surrender (2014)
P Like Pelican (1972)
House Cleaning Blues (1937)
House Cleaning Blues is a 1937 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Grampy.
Little Lamby (1937)
Marvo Movie (1967)
Witches, Faggots, Dykes and Poofters (1980)
King of the Congo (1952)
King of the Congo was the 48th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book character "Thun'da", created by Frank Frazetta.
The Royal Mounted Rides Again (1945)
The Royal Mounted Rides Again (1945) was a Universal film serial. Adventure serials of this type were popular in the early days of cinema. The serial, often called cliffhangers, would show one episode per week, with an ending that would hide the outcome of an exciting event, sometimes ending with "tune in next week for the exciting continuing saga..", or something along those lines. Actor and popular singing cowboy of the day, Addison Randall, died during the making of this serial.
The Devil Is a Woman (1974)
The Devil Is a Woman (Italian: Il sorriso del grande tentatore, UK title: The Tempter) is a 1974 drama film directed by Damiano Damiani and starring Glenda Jackson.
An Odd Little Opus (2010)
Schneider Nörig (1969)
Hand Film (1966)
Up and Down (1991)
Running the Ropes (2011)
Battles Bouts and Brawls: The Story of Pro Wrestling in Detroit and the Surrounding Areas (2014)
¡Olé torero! (1949)
The Office Boy (1930)
'The Bully' (1932)
Little Red Rodent Hood (1952)
Little Red Rodent Hood is a 1952 animated short featuring Sylvester in parody of "Little Red Riding Hood".
Derek Zoolander University (1997)
Ling long yu shao jian ling long (1978)
Blood and Fire (1945)
Blood and Fire (Swedish: Blod och eld) is a 1945 Swedish drama film directed by Anders Henrikson. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
An Elusive Diamond (1914)
Nude Caboose (2006)
The Tulips (1907)
Strife with Father (1950)
Strife with Father is a 1950 Merrie Melodies animated film directed by Robert McKimson, released in 1950, starring voice actor Mel Blanc as Beaky Buzzard.
The House on Dame Street (1999)
Entrevista con la tierra (2008)
[Eine lustige Geschichte am Fenster] (1908)
Billy T James: Alive and Gigging (1990)
The Miller's Daughter (1934)
The Miller's Daughter is a 1934 American animated short film by Friz Freleng, his seventh in the Merrie Melodies series.
A Little Bird Told Me (1934)
Betty Boop's Little Pal (1934)
Betty Boop's Little Pal is a 1934 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Pudgy the Puppy (in his first appearance).
Mary and Gretel (1916)
Lullaby of the Earth (1976)
Lullaby of the Earth (大地の子守歌, Daichi no Komoriuta) is a 1976 Japanese film directed by Yasuzo Masumura.
Soda Squirt (1933)
Nietzsche and the Nazis (2006)
Dangerous Summer (2000)
Baiga vasara (English: Dangerous Summer) is a 2000 Latvian film directed by Aigars Grauba starring Inese Cauna, Uldis Dumpis, Eduards Pāvuls, Jānis Reinis, and Artūrs Skrastiņš.
Friends, Romans and Leo (1917)
Traps and Tangles (1919)
The Good Sport (1918)
Breezing Along (1927)
Sure-Locked Homes (1928)
Solange noch die Rosen blüh'n (1956)
As Long as the Roses Bloom (German: Solange noch die Rosen blüh'n) is a 1956 West German romance film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Hertha Feiler, Gerhard Riedmann and Eva Probst.
It is a heimatfilm shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and on location in Austria. The film's sets were designed by the art director Willi Herrmann and Heinrich Weidemann.
Escape From Japan (1964)
Tiger on the Beat 2 (1990)
The Vacuum Cleaner (1906)
Three Moods (1980)
Rabbit In The Moon Decade (2007)
Chill Factor: House Call (2004)
The Final Chapter: The Death of Xander Cage (2005)
The Rites of May (1977)
The Lithium Conspiracy (2012)
Kamen Rider vs. Shocker (1972)
The Big Sister (1916)
The Big Sister is a lost 1916 American drama silent film directed by John B. O'Brien and written by Harvey F. Thew. The film stars Mae Murray, Matty Roubert, Harry C. Browne, Ida Darling, Armand Cortes and Tammany Young. The film was released on September 7, 1916, by Paramount Pictures.
Step by Step (2009)
Perfect Revolution (2017)
Marianas Trench: Who Do You Love (2016)
What's in the Darkness (2016)
Hunting Scenes from Bavaria (1969)
Hunting Scenes from Bavaria (German: Jagdszenen aus Niederbayern) is a 1969 West German film directed by Peter Fleischmann. It is based on a play of the same name by Martin Sperr, who also played the main role in the film. It was chosen as West Germany's official submission to the 42nd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
The Specials: 30th Anniversary Tour (2010)
Tra la terra e il cielo (2016)
The Gay Deceiver (1926)
The Gay Deceiver was a 1926 film directed by John M. Stahl. The film stars Lew Cody and Carmel Myers. The film is considered lost.
Les Yeux dans Lafesse (2001)
Dispatch: Zimbabwe - Live at Madison Square Garden (2008)
Behind the Criminal (1937)
The Reaper (2001)
Torchy Blane.. Playing with Dynamite (1939)
Torchy Blane... Playing with Dynamite is a 1939 American drama film directed by Noel M. Smith and written by Earle Snell and Charles Belden. The film stars Jane Wyman, Allen Jenkins, and Tom Kennedy. It was released on August 12, 1939. This is the final film in a series of nine "Torchy Blane" movies by Warner Bros.
Stonebridge Park (1981)