Cuidado Madame (1970)

The Who: Live from Toronto (1984)

Erotique (1960)

On vous parle de Prague: Le deuxième procès d'Artur London (1971)

The Man Who Invented Gold (1957)

I, Tintin (1976)

I, Tintin (French: Moi, Tintin ) is a Franco-Belgian film which premiered in the Paris cinema as a feature presentation in 1975. Made in semidocumentary style and mixing interviews with The Adventures of Tintin creator Hergé with real historical events and news stories edited together with animated Adventures of Tintin clips, narrated by Belgian news correspondent, Gérard Valet. The film was produced by Belvision Studios and Pierre Films in cooperation with the Franco-Belgian Ministry of Culture (Ministère de la Culture Française de Belgique).

Meloetta's Moonlight Serenade (2012)

Breath of Fresh Air (2008)

Béjart Ballet Lausanne au Palais Garnier (2011)

Brit Floyd: Live at the Echo Arena in Liverpool (2011)

The Fourth Dimension (1936)

Sealed Orders (1914)

The Mysterious X (Danish: Det hemmelighedsfulde X) is a 1914 Danish silent drama film directed by Benjamin Christensen. It was Christensen's directorial debut. Prints of the film exist in the Det Danske Filminstitut and the Museum of Modern Art.

Konga Yo (1962)

Konga Yo is a 1962 French adventure film directed by Yves Allégret. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.

The Corner (1963)

The Vans Warped Tour 15th Anniversary Celebration (2009)

2 Fast 2 Real for Hollywood (2002)

Thermidor (1964)

Ça ira - Il fiume della rivolta, also released internationally as Thermidor, is an Italian collage film of documentary film and drama film genres directed by Tinto Brass. Taking its name from the popular revolutionary song Ça ira, the film is a critical narrative of 20th century revolutions from 1900 to 1962 and their legacy. The first film directed by Brass, Ça ira - Il fiume della rivolta was produced in 1962 but it could be premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September 1964, to see theatrical release in December.

Patria (2007)

When a Man's a Prince (1926)

Bijo, Chijo, Majo (1970)

Entering the Mind Through the Mouth (2010)

Liza in London (1986)

Declaration of Fools (1984)

Akasen Tobita yukaku (1975)

The Georgetown Loop (1996)

Tokyo Emmanuelle fujin: kojin kyoju (1975)

Vagabundo en la lluvia (1968)

I'm Not the Girl Who Misses Much (1986)

Lost Valentine (2014)

Beanstalk Jack (1946)

Mayil Paarai (2013)

Donavon Frankenreiter: The Abbey Road Sessions (2006)

A Dad for Christmas (2006)

Amélia (2000)

Amélia is a 2001 Brazilian comedy-drama film directed by Ana Carolina, inspired by the visit of French actress Sarah Bernhardt to Brazil, in 1905. In the film, the actress is under a professional and personal crisis, but is induced by her Brazilian housekeeper, Amélia, to start performing in Rio de Janeiro. However, the actress is forced to live with the exotic sisters of Amélia. Ana Carolina had already written the screenplay for the film in 1989, but does not produced due to lack of money. It was shot in Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro. It debuted at the Biarritz Film Festival where Béatrice Agenin won the best actress award. The film received three nominations at the Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro in the categories of best actress, for Miriam Muniz, best screenplay and best art direction.

Pain of Salvation: Be Live (2005)

Linnutee tuuled (1978)

Summit on Ice (1996)

Ogaryova, 6 (1980)

Neil Young Like A Rolling Stone (2011)

Waiting for Gorgo (2010)

Just Before Dawn: Lions, Tigers and Inbred Twins (2005)

The Family Doctor (1910)

Culpables (1960)

Culprits (Spanish: Culpables) is a 1960 Spanish drama film directed by Arturo Ruiz Castillo and starring Anna Maria Ferrero, Fernando Rey and Lina Rosales.

Bergensbanen minutt for minutt (2009)

Blur: Live at Hyde Park (2010)

Angry Birds: Wreck The Halls (2011)

Nuova Guinea, l'isola dei cannibali (1974)

Clara Campoamor. La mujer olvidada (2011)

Zeynep'in Sekiz Günü (2007)

Zeynep's Eight Days (Turkish: Zeynep'in Sekiz Günü) is a 2007 Turkish drama film, written and directed by Cemal Şan, starring Fadik Sevin Atasoy as an isolated woman searching for a stranger she fell in love with at a party. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on November 30, 2007 (2007-11-30), was shown in competition at the 44th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (October 19–28, 2007). It is the first part of a trilogy of films which includes Dilber's Eight Days (2008) and Ali's Eight Days (2009).

Sweet Bunch (1983)

Sweet Bunch (Greek: Γλυκιά Συμμορία, tr. Glykia Symmoria) is a 1983 Greek dramatic experimental independent underground art film directed by Nikos Nikolaidis. The film, produced by Vergeti Brothers and the Greek Film Center, is the second part of the "Years of Cholera" trilogy beginning with The Wretches Are Still Singing (1979) and ending with The Loser Takes It All (2002) which deals with the last decades of the twentieth century. The original Greek title directly references the Greek title of the 1969 Sam Peckinpah film The Wild Bunch (Greek: Άγρια Συμμορία, tr. Agria Symmoria). The film uses as background music the 1958 song "Sugartime" written by Charlie Phillips and Odis Echols as well as the 1940 song "Sweet Mara" (Greek: «Γλυκιά Μαράτα,» tr. "Glykia Marata") composed by Leo Rapitis to lyrics by Kostas Kofiniotis which was performed by Kakia Mendri. It was distributed by the Greek Film Center in Greece and by Restless Wind abroad.

La settima tomba (1965)

The Seventh Grave (Italian: La settima tomba) is a 1965 Italian horror film directed by Garibaldi Serra Caracciolo.

Gui hua hu (1991)

Night Beat (1931)

Night Beat is a 1931 American crime film directed by George B. Seitz.

The Dancing Fool (1932)

The Dancing Fool is a 1932 Fleischer Studios Talkartoon animated short film starring Betty Boop, Bimbo, and Koko the Clown.

I'm Going to Change My Name (2012)

El fascista, doña Pura y el follón de la escultura (1983)

Stardust Stricken - Mohsen Makhmalbaf: A Portrait (1996)

Hatsu Yume (1981)

Sewing Circle (1992)

Hong Kong, Hong Kong (1983)

Banks of the Nile (1911)

Secret Agent (1947)

Secret Agent (Russian: Подвиг разведчика, translit. Podvig razvedchika) is a 1947 Soviet spy film directed by Boris Barnet and based on the novel The Deed Remains Unknown (Russian: Подвиг остается неизвестным) by Mikhail Maklyarsky. The film stars Pavel Kadochnikov in the leading role. Secret Agent is also known as Secret Mission, Secrets of Counter-Espionage, The Scout's Exploit. It was the first film about the actions of Soviet intelligence officers behind enemy lines in World War II. The film originated the spy genre in Soviet cinema and had a great influence on all subsequent Soviet spy films, including Seventeen Moments of Spring. It is based on real events from the biography of Nikolai Khokhlov. The film was the leader of Soviet distribution in 1947 and had 22.73 million viewers.

1,99 - Um Supermercado Que Vende Palavras (2003)

Is My Palm Read (1933)

Is My Palm Read is a 1933 Pre-Code Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown and Bimbo.

Almelund (2004)

Jack's Not Sick Anymore (2013)

Three Of A Kind (1926)

Ghost Ballroom (1989)

Daughters of Lesbos (1968)

Distant Lights (1987)

Distant Lights (Italian: Luci lontane) is a 1987 Italian science fiction-thriller film written and directed by Aurelio Chiesa. It is based on the Giuseppe Pederiali's novel Venivano dalle stelle (They came from the stars).

In God's Name (2007)

Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection: Harold's Hollywood - Then and Now (2005)

Barbosa (2009)

One Last Joke (2014)

Les frères Hélias (2002)

Liefde, dank je wel (2008)

Ich und die Kaiserin (1933)

The Empress and I (German: Ich und die Kaiserin) is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Friedrich Hollaender and starring Lilian Harvey, Mady Christians and Conrad Veidt. It is also known by the alternative title of The Only Girl. The film was produced as a multi-language version. Moi et l'impératrice a separate French-language version was released as well as The Only Girl in English. The multilingual Harvey played the same role in all three films. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Robert Herlth and Walter Röhrig. It was made by Erich Pommer's production unit at UFA, several of whom left the country after the film's release due to the Nazi Party's assumption of power.

Winter Draws On (1948)

Clutch: Live at the 9:30 (2010)

La guerrilla (1972)

The Guerrilla (Spanish:La guerrilla) is a 1973 French-Spanish film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Francisco Rabal, Jacques Destoop and Julia Saly.

Stühle im Schnee (2007)

Los santísimos hermanos (1969)

Pudgy the Watchman (1938)

Pudgy and the watchman is a 1938 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop.

Bro, Nampak Motor Gua? (2013)

Making 'Taxi Driver' (1999)

Europa Radio (1931)

Últimos pasajeros (2010)

Bridge Ahoy! (1936)

Argentynska lekcja (2013)

Crack-Up (1936)

Crack-Up is a 1936 American film directed by Malcolm St. Clair. Peter Lorre plays a harmless, half-addled aircraft enthusiast who is actually a ruthless spy desperate to get his hands on the blueprints for an experimental aircraft. He faces off against Ace Martin, played by Brian Donlevy, the pilot of the aircraft, whose motives are spurred by feeling cheated by his own company. The supporting cast includes Helen Wood, Ralph Morgan and Thomas Beck.

Journey to the Sea (1966)

Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive (1940)

Marie-Louise (1944)

Marie-Louise is a 1944 Swiss German&French language Swiss film directed by Leopold Lindtberg and an uncredited Franz Schnyder. The film, distributed in the U.S. by Arthur Mayer and Joseph Burstyn, was the first foreign language film ever to win an Academy Award, receiving the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

Psychomontage (1963)

The Bear's Tale (1940)

The Bear's Tale is a 1940 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies animated cartoon short, directed by Tex Avery and produced by Leon Schlesinger, featuring The Three Bears.

Kiss Me Goodbye (1986)

Succes (2008)

The Powers Girl (1943)

The Powers Girl, sometimes retitled Hello, Beautiful, is a 1943 musical comedy film about women employed by John Robert Powers' modeling agency. Starring George Murphy, Anne Shirley, and Carole Landis, the film was directed by Norman Z. McLeod and based upon the book by John Robert Powers (played by Alan Mowbray in the film). It was filmed during the height of the Big Band era and features Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. Vocalist Peggy Lee sings with the band in an unbilled appearance during one sequence.

Ode to the Dawn of Man (2011)

Usta (2009)

The Master (Turkish: Usta) is a 2009 Turkish drama film, directed by Bahadır Karataş, starring Yetkin Dikinciler as a small town car mechanic in who builds a small biplane in his backyard. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on May 8, 2009 (2009-05-08), won a Best Supporting Actress nomination for Hasibe Eren at the 3rd Yeşilçam Awards.