Souvenir (2014)

Crystal Force 2: Dark Angel (1994)

Enoch Arden: Part II (1911)

Enoch Arden is a two-part 1911 short silent drama film, based on the Tennyson poem of the same name. It was directed by D. W. Griffith, starred Wilfred Lucas and featured Blanche Sweet. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the Library of Congress.

A tanítónö (1945)

A Tanítónő is a 1945 Hungarian drama film directed by Márton Keleti. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

Pestalozzis Berg (1989)

Pestalozzi's Mountain (German: Pestalozzis Berg) is a 1989 East German–Swiss drama film directed by Peter von Gunten. It was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival.

Highjacker (1995)

Zakroyshchik iz Torzhka (1925)

The Tailor from Torzhok (Russian: Закройщик из Торжка) is a 1925 Soviet silent comedy film directed by Yakov Protazanov and starring Igor Ilyinsky.

Seven Days in Heaven (2010)

The Assassination (1965)

Atentát (english title: The Assassination) is a 1964 black-and-white Czechoslovak war film directed by Jiří Sequens. The World War II story depicts events before and after the assassination of top German leader Reinhard Heydrich in Prague (Operation Anthropoid). The film was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Golden Prize. Czech historians have called the film the historically most accurate depiction of the events surrounding Operation Anthropoid.

Mattress Man Commercial (2003)

The Corners (2010)

50 Kisses (2014)

Dossier 51 (1978)

Dossier 51 (French: Le Dossier 51) is a 1978 French crime drama film directed by Michel Deville and based on a novel by Gilles Perrault. Deville and Perrault won a César Award for Best Writing for their adaptation. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1978 Cannes Film Festival.

Zhivye i myortvye (1963)

The Alive and the Dead (Russian: Живые и мёртвые) is a 1964 Soviet film directed by Aleksandr Stolper based on the eponymous 1959 novel The Living and the Dead by Konstantin Simonov.

5 de chocolate y 1 de fresa (1968)

5 de chocolate y 1 de fresa ("5 Chocolates and 1 Strawberry") is a 1968 Mexican comedy film. The story involves a student at a convent who undergoes a radical transformation after consuming strange "mushrooms".

Dane Cook, 30 Premeditated Acts (2009)

The Window to Luna Park (1957)

The Window to Luna Park (Italian: La finestra sul Luna Park) is a 1957 Italian drama film directed by Luigi Comencini. It was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival.

Extermineitors 4: Como Hermanos Gemelos (1992)

Extermineitors IV: Como hermanos gemelos (English language title: Exterminators 4: As Twin Brothers) is a 1992 Argentine comedy action film directed by Carlos Galettini and starring Guillermo Francella and Aldo Barbero. The central argument of the film is largely a parody-homage of the classic Schwarzenegger/DeVito comedy Twins. It premiered on 23 January 1992 in Buenos Aires.

Jaws: The Inside Story (2010)

The Adventures of Kathlyn (1913)

The Adventures of Kathlyn (1913) is an American motion picture serial released on December 29, 1913 by the Selig Polyscope Company. An adventure serial filmed in Chicago, Illinois, its thirteen episodes were directed by Francis J. Grandon from a story by Harold MacGrath and Gilson Willets and starred Kathlyn Williams as the heroine. Harold MacGrath's novel of the same title was released a few days later in January 1914, so as to be in book stores at the same time as the serial was playing in theaters. The Adventures of Kathlyn was the second serial ever made by an American film studio, and is considered to be the first of the cliffhanger serials that became enormously popular during the next decade. The success of the serial spawned a 1916 feature-length film of the same title with basically the same crew and cast.

Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas (2004)

Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas is a 2004 Bugs Bunny cartoon short, which co-starred Yosemite Sam. It was directed by Peter Shin and Bill Kopp and produced by Warner Bros. Animation. The cartoon was never released theatrically (due to Looney Tunes: Back in Action's poor box-office performance); it was initially released on the Australian DVD release of Looney Tunes: Back in Action (from which Sam reprises his role as a casino owner) and was later included in The Essential Bugs Bunny DVD set. The title is a parody of Hunter S. Thompson's book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and its film of the same name.

Winnie the Pooh Franken Pooh (1999)

Cinema Libertad (2010)

Porky and Daffy in the William Tell Overture (2006)

The Art of Stanley Kubrick: From Short Films to Strangelove (2000)

Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic (2007)

Bloodshed at the Wedding (1967)

Il tempo dell'amore (2000)

Steven Gerrard: My Story (2005)

Mayskaya noch (1940)

Mazinkaiser vs Great Darkness General (2003)

Age of Illusions (1965)

Age of Illusions (Hungarian: Álmodozások kora) is a 1965 Hungarian drama film directed by István Szabó. It was his first feature film as a director.

The Burning Hell (1974)

Smothered: The Censorship Struggles Of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (2002)

Mrs. Kasha Davis: The Life of an International Housewife Celebrity (2008)

Canto da Saudade (1952)

While the Cat's Away... (1972)

Peer Gynt (1934)

Peer Gynt is a 1934 German drama film directed by Fritz Wendhausen and starring Hans Albers, Lucie Höflich and Marieluise Claudius. It is based on the play Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen. It was one of the most expensive productions made by Bavaria Film and involved location shooting in Norway.

Defense of Sevastopol (1911)

Defence of Sevastopol (Russian: Оборона Севастополя, or Воскресший Севастополь) is a 1911 historical war film about the Siege of Sevastopol during the Crimean War and one of the most important films in the history of Russian cinema and cinema in general. It was the first feature film made in the Russian Empire and it premiered on October 26 at the Livadia Palace of Tsar Nicolas II. It was also the first film in the world recorded using two cameras. The film was also notable for using special "sound effects" (gun and canon fire) and for using the actual war veterans as consultants.

A Jubilee Tribute to The Queen by The Prince of Wales (2012)

Wild Maneuvres (1985)

Mei gui wo ai ni (1966)

Henry the Ache (1934)

Henry the Ache is a black-and-white short film burlesque of the 1933 film The Private Life of Henry VIII starring Bert Lahr. The comedy was filmed at Van Beuren Studios and released by RKO Radio Pictures on January 26, 1934.

Les Milles (1995)

Les Milles is a 1995 French drama film directed by Sébastien Grall.

Paradise at the End of the World (2009)

True Colors (1986)

All My Crazy Friends: The Movie (1998)

Hermes Phettberg, Elender (2007)

The Harsh Life of Veronica Lambert (2009)

The Harsh Life of Veronica Lambert (also released as Five Nights in Hollywood) is a 2009 independent drama film directed and written by Nika Agiashvili. It was re-released in 2011 as Five Nights in Hollywood

Without Rhyme or Reason (2003)

Terrier-Stricken (1952)

Terrier-Stricken is a Merrie Melodies cartoon short, released in 1952, which was written by Michael Maltese and directed by Chuck Jones.

Queen Esther (1992)

Uncle Marin, the Billionaire (1979)

Uncle Marin, the Billionaire (Romanian: Nea Mărin miliardar) is a 1979 Romanian comedy film directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu after a script written by Vintilă Corbul, Eugen Burada and Amza Pellea. The main roles are interpreted by Amza Pellea (in dual role), Draga Olteanu Matei, Jean Constantin, Ștefan Mihăilescu-Brăila, Sebastian Papaiani, Puiu Călinescu, Stela Popescu and Colea Răutu. Nea Mărin miliardar is ranked 1 in the top most viewed Romanian films of all time.

Death Nurse 2 (1988)

Death Nurse 2 is a 1988 horror film written and directed by Nick Millard. It is the sequel to the 1987 film Death Nurse.

Gold (2005)

Umm Kulthum (1996)

USS Liberty: Dead in the Water (2002)

A Wonderful Love (1999)

The Mansion of The 7 Mummies (1977)

Gods of War: Assembling Earth's Mightiest Anti-Heroes (2012)

Classified Operation (1982)

The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time (1985)

'The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time (German: Der Angriff der Gegenwart auf die übrige Zeit) is a documentary film made in West Germany in 1985. It is written and directed by Alexander Kluge. The entire film was filmed in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany. The film's working title was Unheimlichkeit der Zeit. An alternate English title of the film is The Blind Director.

Arrowhead: Signal (2012)

The Making of 'A Night to Remember' (1993)

Stage Fright (1940)

Two curious puppies chase each other into a vaudeville theatre after hours. In the backstage the two pups fight over a bone. There, they investigate a stage magician's props. As is expected, trouble emerges with the two meeting up with a mischievous seal and bothering a rather cranky resident bird (who lives inside the magician's hat instead of a rabbit)!

Boys to Board (1923)

Boys to Board is the 11th Our Gang short subject comedy released. The Our Gang series (later known as "The Little Rascals") was created by Hal Roach in 1922, and continued production until 1944.

Peg o' My Heart (1922)

Peg o' My Heart is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by King Vidor and starring Laurette Taylor. It is based on the 1912 play written by Taylor's husband J. Hartley Manners. The play starred Laurette Taylor and famously ran a record number of performances on Broadway. Six reels of the original eight reels survive at the Library of Congress.

Hell Hounds of the Plains (1927)

Am Rande der Welt (1927)

At the Edge of the World (German: Am Rande der Welt) is a 1927 German silent drama film directed by Karl Grune and starring Albert Steinrück, William Dieterle and Brigitte Helm. The film was so heavily cut by the management of UFA that Grune tried to have his name removed from the credits and publicly criticized them in an open letter.Robert Neppach oversaw the film's art direction.

Captain Berlin - Retter der Welt (1982)

Room for Rent (2011)

Teletubbies: Christmas in the Snow (2000)

Gestures and Fragments: An Essay on the Military and Power (1984)

Escape from Hell (1963)

Escape from Hell is a 2001 Christian film.

Shooting Stars: Unviewed and Nude (1999)

Romance in Paris (1975)

Evidently... John Cooper Clarke (2012)

Evidently... John Cooper Clarke is a 2012 television documentary about the life of the Salford performance poet John Cooper Clarke. It was directed by John Ross and produced by Scotty Clark and was first aired on BBC Four in May 2012 as part of BBC Four and BBC 6 Music's "Punk Britannia" season. It features testimonies from Alex Turner, Bill Bailey, Pete Shelley, Paul Farley, Steve Coogan, Mark Radcliffe, Craig Charles, Plan B, Kate Nash, Miranda Sawyer and Paul Morley; and poems by Clarke including "Things Are Gonna Get Worse", "Evidently Chickentown", "Twat" and "Beasley Street".

Each Dawn I Crow (1949)

5 Telephone Conversations (2006)

The North Pole Deception (2010)

Inside The Mind of Google (2009)

Pompeii: Life & Death in a Roman Town (2010)

Bomb Disposal Officer: Baby Bomb (1994)

Hollywoods Spaßfabrik - Als die Bilder Lachen lernten (2014)

La hija de Juan Simón (1957)

Juan Simón's Daughter (Spanish:La hija de Juan Simón) is a 1957 Spanish musical drama film directed by Gonzalo Delgrás and starring Antonio Molina, María Cuadra and Mario Berriatúa. It is based on the play by Nemesio M. Sobrevila. A 1935 film of the same title had previously been made.

Scream Greats, Volume I: Tom Savini (1986)

Scream Greats, Vol. 2: Satanism and Witchcraft (1986)

Fartcopter (2014)

Skyscraper Caper (1968)

Skyscraper Caper is a 1968 animated cartoon short, starring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales. It was the penultimate cartoon in the Daffy/Speedy series, and the only one where the two are never adversaries at any point in the cartoon.

Prehistoric Super Salesman (1969)

Feudin Fightin-N-Fussin (1968)

Hi-Rise Wise Guys (1970)

Hi-Rise Wise Guys is the 178th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on August 1, 1970, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.

Wild Bill Hiccup (1970)

All Hams on Deck (1970)

Chilly's Hide-a-Way (1971)

The Reluctant Recruit (1971)

Sleepy Time Chimes (1971)

Westward Whoa (1926)

Westward Whoa is an animated short film in the Looney Tunes series. It marks the final appearance of Ham and Ex, and the penultimate for Beans and Little Kitty. It is also the last cartoon where Porky Pig is the co-star to Beans. The film is also in the public domain.

Terra baixa (2011)

Der Partyphotograph (1968)