The South End (1997)
The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique (2011)
His Birthright (1918)
His Birthright is a 1918 American drama film directed by William Worthington for Haworth Pictures Corporation. Sessue Hayakawa produced the film and played the lead role. The rest of the cast includes Marin Sais, Howard Davies, Mary Anderson, and Hayakawa's wife Tsuru Aoki.
Under the Eightball (2009)
Burg Theatre (1936)
Burgtheater is a 1936 Austrian drama film directed by Willi Forst. Most of the film was shot in the Burgtheater in Vienna.
Persian Series #12 (2000)
Barbie Boy (2014)
The Narrow World (2017)
Genghis Khan Conquers the Moon (2015)
Anything Once (1969)
Star Wars: The Force and the Fury (2017)
The Platinum Triangle (1990)
Disney's Haunted Halloween (1983)
The Foolish Matrons (1921)
The Foolish Matrons is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by Clarence Brown and Maurice Tourneur and starring Hobart Bosworth, Doris May and Mildred Manning. It is also known by the alternative title of Is Marriage a Failure?.
JFK: The Private President (2013)
Olivia Newton-John: Let's Get Physical (1982)
Vince Guaraldi: The Maestro of Menlo Park (2009)
Steve's First Bath (2014)
Rock with Barney (1991)
Rolling in the Sky: Patrouille Suisse (1992)
13, 195, 6 und 1 (2013)
Have You Got Any Castles? (1938)
Have You Got Any Castles? is a seven-minute animated short film released to theaters by Warner Bros. on June 25, 1938. Directed by Frank Tashlin, the film was a part of the Merrie Melodies series produced by Leon Schlesinger and distributed by Vitaphone. It was re-issued into the "Blue Ribbon Classics" series on February 1, 1947, with the question mark removed from the title. The plot of the film centers around characters from well-known works of fiction coming to life in a library whose owner has just closed the facility for the night.
The cartoon entered the public domain in 1966 when its last rightsholder, United Artists Productions (successor-in-interest to Associated Artists Productions), failed to renew the original copyright within the required 28-year period. It is also on 50 Classic Cartoons Volume 3.
The Home Towners (1928)
The Home Towners is a 1928 American comedy film directed by Bryan Foy and starring Richard Bennett, Doris Kenyon and Robert McWade.
Moonlight and Honeysuckle (1921)
Moonlight and Honeysuckle is a 1921 American silent romantic comedy film produced and released by the Realart Company. It is based on a 1919 Broadway play, Moonlight and Honeysuckle, by George Scarborough and starring Ruth Chatterton. The film version starred Mary Miles Minter in the Chatterton role and was by Joseph Henabery.Moonlight and Honeysuckle is now considered to be a lost film.
Queen of the Night Clubs (1929)
Queen of the Night Clubs is a 1929 American Pre-Code musical drama film produced and directed by Bryan Foy, distributed by Warner Bros., and starring legendary nightclub hostess Texas Guinan. The picture, which featured appearancess by Eddie Foy, Jr., Lila Lee, and George Raft, is now considered a lost film. A still existing vintage movie trailer of this film displays no clip of the feature.
Heather and Puggly Drop a Deuce (2005)
Earth, Wind & Fire in Concert (1984)
Surf Noir (2015)
Wanted: No Master (1939)
East Side Story (2015)
When Lightning Strikes (1934)
In Time (2005)
The Belief (2016)
Jean-Paul Luc Sébastien René (2010)
Away from Me (2016)
The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti (2006)
The Infinite Happiness (2015)
The Infinite Happiness is a feature-length documentary (85 min) by Ila Bêka & Louise Lemoine which documents their life for about a month inside the “8 House” designed by the architect Bjarke Ingels in Copenhagen.
Joel D. Wynkoop's Lost Faith (1992)
Sherwood's Travels (1994)
Good and Naughty (1926)
Good and Naughty is a lost American silent romantic comedy film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and starring Pola Negri and Tom Moore. It was based on the play Naughty Cinderella by Henri Falk and René Peter. Released in 1926, it is a romantic comedy of mistaken identity about an attractive interior decorator (Negri) who is forced to make herself unattractive so she can be hired by a firm that has a policy against hiring attractive women.
I am Fishead (2011)
Marta of the Lowlands (1914)
Marta of the Lowlands is a 1914 American drama film directed by J. Searle Dawley and written by Àngel Guimerà. The film stars Bertha Kalich, Wellington A. Playter, Hal Clarendon, Frank Holland and Lillian Kalich. The film was released on October 5, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
Animal Soup (2009)
Tina Turner: Celebrate Live 1999 (1999)
Chesty: A Tribute to a Legend (1976)
Chesty: A Tribute to a Legend is a documentary directed by John Ford and narrated by John Wayne. It was filmed in 1973, but not released until 1976, three years after Ford's death.
It was the final film directed by John Ford.
Kathy Griffin: Kennedie Center On-Hers (2013)
Invincible Swordswoman (1977)
Perdida Mente (2010)
Bird of Prey (2006)
De Vento em Popa (1957)
The Goddess Bunny (1998)
The Goddess Bunny is a 1994 American documentary directed by Nick Bougas, which is about the life of a drag queen named Sandie Crisp, also known as the Goddess Bunny, and born Johnnie Baima.
We Are All Demons (1969)
We Are All Demons (Danish: Klabautermannen) is a 1969 Danish drama film directed by Henning Carlsen. It was entered into the 19th Berlin International Film Festival.
La matiouette ou l'arrière-pays (1983)
La matiouette ou l'arrière-pays (also known as La matiouette) is a 1983 French 48-minute drama film directed by André Téchiné. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.
I Wish I Had Wings (1932)
Skyscraper Symphony (1929)
Here I Am (1962)
The Last of the Line (1914)
The Last of the Line is a 1914 American silent short western drama film directed by Jay Hunt and featuring Joe Goodboy, Sessue Hayakawa, Tsuru Aoki, Stanely Bigham and Gladys Brockwell in pivotal roles.
Seven Keys (1961)
An ex-con goes looking for his late cellmate's hidden loot.
Pazarları Hiç Sevmem (2012)
Jordi Dauder, la revolució pendent (2012)
Chaplin Today: The Gold Rush (2003)
The Potted Psalm (1946)
The Einstein Theory of Relativity (1923)
The Einstein Theory of Relativity (1923) is a silent short film directed by Dave Fleischer and released by Fleischer Studios.
The Black Stuff (1980)
The Male Man (1931)
The Male Man is a short theatrical cartoon by Fleischer Studios. It is one the films in the Talkartoons series, featuring Bimbo.
50,000 B.C. (Before Clothing) (1963)
Buddy the Gee Man (1935)
Buddy the Gee Man is an American animated short film, released by Warner Bros. on 24 August 1935. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. It was supervised by Jack King; musical direction was by Norman Spencer. The short is the last cartoon to feature Buddy, the sole star of the Looney Tunes series since September 1933's Buddy's Day Out; the next film in the series, A Cartoonist's Nightmare, features Beans the Cat. The theme music is "Lulu's Back In Town".
Russian Rhapsody (1944)
Russian Rhapsody is a 1944 Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Bob Clampett, under the Merrie Melodies series.
Made during World War II, the cartoon mocks Adolf Hitler, showing him defeated by "gremlins from the Kremlin." The wordplay symbolizes the Soviet Union, a vital ally of the Allied forces.
The original title was "Gremlins from the Kremlin", but producer Leon Schlesinger changed the title when The Walt Disney Company began making its own wartime short about gremlins. In Falling Hare, Bugs Bunny was the victim, while Hitler is the victim and main character in this short.
Cuesta abajo (1935)
Downward Slope (Spanish:Cuesta abajo) is a 1934 American-Argentine musical film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Carlos Gardel, Mona Maris and Vicente Padula.
The Splat Pack (2011)
Sally and Freedom (1981)
Sally and Freedom (Swedish: Sally och friheten) is a 1981 Swedish drama film directed by Gunnel Lindblom. Gunn Wållgren won the award for Best Actress at the 17th Guldbagge Awards.
Dancing Boxing Match, Montgomery and Stone (1907)
Wales v. Ireland at Wrexham (1906)
Erinnere dich, wenn du kannst! (2005)
Love, Janis (2010)
Chile: Hasta Cuando? (1986)
Chile: When Will It End? (Spanish: Chile: Hasta Cuando?) is a 1986 Australian documentary film produced by David Bradbury. The film portrays the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (1992)
Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann is a 1992 documentary film directed by Joshua Waletzky. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Smashing Pumpkins: Vieuphoria (1994)
Exile to Siberia (1930)
Exile to Siberia (Polish: Na Sybir) is a Polish historical film directed by Henryk Szaro and starring Adam Brodzisz, Jadwiga Smosarska and Mieczysław Frenkiel. It was released in 1930. The film's art direction was by Józef Galewski and Jacek Rotmil. The film was originally silent, but a soundtrack was added in a Berlin studio.
The Deadly Chase (1973)
Every Madman to His Specialty (1939)
An Heir (2012)
Para Que Este Mundo Não Acabe! (2009)
The White Ship (1976)
The White Ship (Russian: Belyy parokhod) is a 1976 Soviet drama film directed by Bolotbek Shamshiyev. It was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival.
Pecado na Sacristia (1975)
El marido de mi novia (1951)
Awak Nak Kahwin Dengan Saya? (2014)
L'uccello migratore (1972)
L'uccello migratore (The migratory bird) is a 1972 Italian comedy film directed by Steno and starring Lando Buzzanca and Rossana Podestà.
Where Evil Dwells (1985)
Shawn Kemp - The Reign Man (1995)
Maruhi ooku gaiden amadera in no mon (1973)