Return to 'Sin City': A Tribute to Gram Parsons (2004)
Der Herrscher (1937)
Der Herrscher (Eng: The Master, The Sovereign, or The Ruler) is a 1937 German drama film directed by Veit Harlan. Erwin Leiser calls it a propagandistic demonstration of the Führerprinzip of Nazi Germany.
Nutty News (1942)
Nutty News is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Bob Clampett, animated by Virgil Ross and an uncredited Vive Risto, and musical direction by Carl Stalling.
Elmer Fudd's voice can be heard as the narrator, but he is not seen.
Icebound (1924) is a silent film drama produced and distributed by Paramount Pictures, directed by William C. deMille, and based on a 1923 Pulitzer Prize Broadway produced play of the same name by Owen Davis. This film production was made at Paramount's Astoria Studios. Actress Edna May Oliver returns to her role that she played in the Broadway version.
Icebound is now considered to be a lost film.
Querelle de jardins (1982)
Shawn Kemp - The Reign Man (1995)
Maruhi ooku gaiden amadera in no mon (1973)
Tsubaki Sanjûrô (2007)
Negură Bunget: Focul viu (2011)
Vá Cavar Batatas (2012)
Any Bonds Today? (1942)
"Any Bonds Today?" is a song written by Irving Berlin, featured in a 1942 animated propaganda film starring Bugs Bunny. Both were used to sell war bonds during World War II.
DMD KIU LIDT: Die Manifestation des Kapitalismus in unserem Leben ist die Traurigkeit (2014)
Cicada Princess (2012)
La taglia è tua... l'uomo l'ammazzo io (1969)
The Reward's Yours... The Man's Mine (Italian: La taglia è tua... l'uomo l'ammazzo io, also known as El puro) is a 1969 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Edoardo Mulargia.
It was shown as part of a retrospective on Spaghetti Western at the 64th Venice International Film Festival.
Now Showing (2008)
A Herança (1970)
The Fatal Warning (1929)
The Fatal Warning is a 1929 mystery film serial directed by Richard Thorpe. The film is considered to be a lost film, with no prints known to exist.
Wait and See (1928)
Wait and See is a 1929 British silent comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Frank Stanmore, Pauline Johnson and Sam Livesey.
Mötley Crüe: Carnival of Sins (2005)
Clarkson Supercar Showdown (2007)
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Funky Monks (1991)
Absolute Monarch (1980)
The Definitive Elvis: The Television Years (2002)
Pater Familias (1998)
Mustang: The House That Joe Built (1977)
Blue Lightning (1991)
Live by Request: BB King (2003)
Beautiful Dreamer: Brian Wilson and the Story of 'Smile' (2004)
Beautiful Dreamer: Brian Wilson and the Story of Smile is a 2004 documentary film directed by David Leaf about American musician Brian Wilson, the Beach Boys' unfinished Smile album, and the making of Wilson's Brian Wilson Presents Smile. Besides featuring interviews from Wilson himself, the film includes contributions by Elvis Costello, Burt Bacharach, Paul McCartney, and Roger Daltrey. The title takes its name from the 19th century Stephen Foster song "Beautiful Dreamer"; its opening lyrics begin with the phrase "beautiful dreamer wake", the same initials as the documentary's subject, Brian Douglas Wilson, who references this coincidence in the film.
Alan Davies: Live at the Lyric (1994)
Rowing Across the Atlantic (1979)
Rowing Across the Atlantic (French: La Traversée de l'Atlantique à la rame) is a 1978 French animated short film directed by Jean-François Laguionie. It tells the story of a couple who leave New York City in a rowing boat and spend their lives together in the Atlantic Ocean. The film was scripted by Laguionie and Jean-Paul Gaspari and features the voices of Charlotte Maury and Jean-Pierre Sentier. It premiered at the 1978 Cannes Film Festival and was released in French cinemas on 25 October 1978.
The Kindergarten (2009)
La noche del pirata (2011)
Jemima and Johnny (1967)
Jemima & Johnny (1966) is a British/South African dramatic short film set in London. It is the first film by South African filmmaker Lionel Ngakane, and won a plate at the 1966 Venice Film Festival. Just 29 minutes long, the film takes place in Notting Hill, in an environment still affected by the 1958 Notting Hill race riots. The story concerns two very young children, one, Johnny, the son of a white supremacist, the other, Jemima, the daughter of black Caribbean immigrants, who explore London on their own together, and how their innocent relationship affects the lives of those around them.
Sarı Zeybek (1953)
Storm Soldiers (2013)
The Sound of Crickets at Night (2012)
6th Marine Division on Okinawa (1945)
The 6th Marine Division on Okinawa is a 1945 Kodachrome color documentary film produced about the action of the 6th Division during the Battle of Okinawa. The film was released shortly after the event.
The film begins by outlining the strategic and psychological importance of Okinawa, including its use as a supply base for Japanese forces in Malaya, the Marianas and the Philippines, as well as a "choke hold" over China. It also informs the audience that Okinawa is an actual part of the Japanese homeland, only a few hundred miles south of Kyushu.
The movements of the units and their order of battle is carefully traced, from the landings on April 1 to the assault on Naha. Some interesting footage is also shown on life in northern Okinawa soon after liberation, with the locals setting up a democratic government under the US military and opening up schools while battle is raging in the south.
Some of the footage includes the use of flame-throwing tanks and close air support in an attempt to dislodge heavily dug-in Japanese defenders. The film ends with a eulogy for all those who died attempting to secure the island, as Marines visit a gigantic graveyard prior to departing for their next objective.
Saka Saka (2013)
Just Me and Mario (1989)
Global Storming (2000)
American Mormon in Europe (2006)
Hana-Dama: The Origins (2014)
Satellite Beach (2014)
Sumpahan Puaka (2011)
Bukovina, zemlya Ukrainskaya (1939)
Rabâzu: Oou onna (2010)
El milagro del Papa (2009)
Ah Beng: Mission Impossible (2014)
Nobody Wants Your Film (2005)
A Ballet Dialogue (2012)
The Fishing Bear (1940)
Liao zhai: Hua nong yue (1991)
Two Ships, Side by Side (1963)
Seon-Ji-Ja-Ui Bam (2014)
The Sky-Colored Seed (1992)
Kid Head (1975)
El Pibe Cabeza is a 1975 Argentine crime drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson.
Sinkin' in the Bathtub (1930)
Sinkin' in the Bathtub is the very first Warner Bros. theatrical cartoon short as well as the very first of the Looney Tunes series.
The short was produced and directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, with animation by a very young Friz Freleng. Leon Schlesinger was credited as an associate producer, and the title card also gave credit to the Western Electric apparatus used to create the film.
Murder on D Street (2015)
Der Butler und die Prinzessin (2007)
The Sweet Hand of the White Rose (2010)
The Corruption of Chris Miller (1973)
The Corruption of Chris Miller (Spanish: La corrupción de Chris Miller) is a 1973 Spanish thriller film directed by Juan Antonio Bardem and starring Jean Seberg, Marisol and Barry Stokes.
The Affairs of Pierre (1937)
A French language teacher finds a fortune in lost jewellery, manages to trace the owner and returns them. His picture is splashed all over the papers prompting several people to report him as a crook in a case of mistaken identity, causing him all sorts of trouble with the police.
A Time Slip of 10000 Years: Prime Rose (1983)
Asa Made Jugyou Chu! (2012)
Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us? (1999)
Cattleya: An OFW Story (2014)
Man Without Pigs (1990)
Hochzeit am Neusiedler See (1963)
Casus Belli (2010)
Die Hermannschlacht (1924)
The Whole Truth (2009)
Tractor, Love & Rock'n Roll (2008)
The Fifth-Column Mouse (1943)
The Fifth-Column Mouse (later reissued as Fifth Column Mouse) is a 1943 Warner Bros. animated cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series. Directed by Friz Freleng, the cartoon features a band of humble mice who engage in war against a cat. The short was given a Blue Ribbon reissue, released on April 22, 1950.
Angel Terminators II (1993)
Die Weber (1927)
The Weavers (German: Die Weber) is a 1927 German silent historical drama film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Paul Wegener, Valeska Stock and Hermann Picha. The film is based on the 1892 play of the same title by Gerhart Hauptmann based on a historical event. The film's art direction was by Andrej Andrejew.
Left Right and Centre (1959)
At the Earndale by-election natural history expert and TV personality Bob Wilcot for the Conservatives finds himself up against Billingsgate girl Stella Stoker for the socialists. Amateur politician against committed activist. But could it become boy-who-fancies-girl against girl-who-fancies-boy? The party agents are soon colluding against such a disaster.
The Spy's Wife (1972)
The Spy's Wife is a 1972 British short crime film directed by Gerry O'Hara and starring Ann Lynn, Dorothy Tutin, Tom Bell, Vladek Sheybal and Julian Holloway.
A Legacy of Filmmakers: The Early Years of American Zoetrope (2004)
The Shot in the Talker Studio (1930)
Le ravissement de Frank N. Stein (1982)
Wine of Youth (1924)
Wine of Youth is a 1924 American silent comedy-drama film directed by King Vidor, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, shortly after the merger which created MGM in April 1924. Vidor did not consider it important enough to mention in his autobiography, although it did advance the careers of three young stars-to-be: Ben Lyon, Eleanor Boardman and William Haines. The film is preserved at George Eastman House, Rochester New York.
Tootsies in Autumn (1963)
Mother Goose: A Rappin' and Rhymin' Special (1997)
Lina's Wedding (1973)
Lina's Wedding (Norwegian: Jentespranget) is a 1973 Danish-Norwegian drama film directed by Knud Leif Thomsen. It was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival, where Ingerid Vardund won the award for Best Actress.
The Stone River (2013)
La svergognata (1974)
La svergognata (The shameless woman), is a 1974 Italian erotic drama film directed by Giuliano Biagetti. It marked the film debut of Leonora Fani.
Animated Motion #2 (1977)
Screaming Class (2013)
Salkım Hanım'ın Taneleri (1999)
Mrs. Salkım's Diamonds (Turkish: Salkım Hanım'ın Taneleri) is a 1999 Turkish drama film, directed by Tomris Giritlioğlu, based the historical novel of the same name by Yılmaz Karakoyunlu. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on 19 November 1999, won awards at film festivals in Antalya and Istanbul, including the Golden Orange Award for Best Film, and was Turkey's submission to the 72nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.