Battle of Hip Hopera (2016)

West 10 LDN (2008)

West 10 LDN was a one-off BBC Three youth drama, written and created by Noel Clarke and directed by Menhaj Huda, first broadcast on 10 March 2008. The screenplay was based on the novel Society Within, a short story collection by Courttia Newland. The film was the second collaboration between Clarke and Huda, following their work on Kidulthood, which gave Huda the idea for a television series based upon a similar format. West 10 LDN is set entirely in the fictional Greenside council housing estate in West London, which in reality, is the White City Estate. Ashley Madekwe and Duane Henry served as lead actors for the project.

Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now - Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 (2018)

Spike's Reindeer Rescue (2012)

Four Moods (1970)

Lapis (1966)

A Bold Family (2005)

L'età d'oro (2016)

Secrets (2008)

An enjoyable story of a 13-year-old girl, Louise, who lives alone with her widowed mother. Louise is sent off to a boarding school, but not before she discovers some secret documents kept hidden by her father. A curious look reveals that her father was a member of the secret order of Freemasons. When she finally gets to school, she tries to explain to her friends what the Freemasons are. Later, Louise's mother discovers a box of condoms in her daughter's room and wrongly presumes that the girl is sexually active. SECRETS was originally made for a British television series entitled "First Love".

Ressha Sentai ToQger: The Movie - Galaxy Line SOS (2014)

Guy de Maupassant (1982)

Estouffade à la Caraïbe (1967)

The Looters is a 1967 French film starring Jean Seberg, Serge Gainsbourg and Frederick Stafford. The film was shot in northern Colombia.

Modlitba pro Katerinu Horovitzovou (1965)

Ozhivudivasathe Kali (2016)

Ozhivu Divasathe Kali is a 2015 Indian Malayalam indie drama film directed by Sanal Kumar Sasidharan, based on the short story of the same name by Unni R. The film follows five middle-aged men who get together for a booze party during an election holiday in Kerala. It won the 46th Kerala State Film Award for Best Film.

Sweden Dying to Be Multicultural (2017)

Omaha Beach, Honor and Sacrifice (2014)

O Segredo dos Diamantes (2014)

Happiness for Sale (2013)

The Obs: A Singapore Story (2014)

Proshchanie s bumagoy (2014)

Un gosse de la butte (1964)

Paul Temple's Triumph (1950)

A husband-and-wife detective team look into the murder of one of her friends, whose father--a prominent scientist--has been kidnapped. They find themselves up against a sinister crime organization headed by a mysterious figure known only as "Z".

Cienie (1988)

Told in the manner of a fairy story, The Road Home uses allegory to explore the dilemma faced by Poland as it struggled for a new national identity amid the rise of communism.

Vengayam (2011)

Vengayam is a Tamil language film written and directed by Sankagiri Rajkumar. Sathyaraj plays a guest role as himself in the film and Alexander- VJ as hero role Pavina as heroine. The first schedule began on 15 January 2010 And its Schedule to release on 19 August 2011.

Strawberry Shortcake: Rockaberry Roll (2008)

Rockaberry Roll is a pair of episodes based upon the Strawberry Shortcake franchise that was released in North American cinemas in October 2008. However, it is also unique in the sense that it would be released on DVD two months prior to its theatrical debut, with the DVD launch announced to be August 12.

Nepravdepodobná romance (2013)

Barney's Adventure Bus (1997)

The Lion and the Song (1959)

Lady Fishbourne's Complete Guide to Better Table Manners (1976)

Super Monkey Returns (2011)

Khun phan (2016)

Insects in the Backyard (2011)

Barney's Musical Scrapbook (1997)

Cuatro mujeres y un lío (1985)

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse (1940)

Prace (1960)

Pour le meilleur et pour le pire (1975)

Tøser + Drengerøve (1998)

S.T.A.B. (1973)

Wizard of Oz 3: Dorothy Goes to Hell (2006)

El Veneno de la Tierra (2018)

A Spy in the House that Ruth Built (1990)

La Baie d'Alger (2012)

Anders Matthesen: 9 Års Jubilæum (2003)

The Lost Paradise (1914)

The Lost Paradise is a 1914 American drama film directed by J. Searle Dawley and written by Henry C. DeMille and Ludwig Fulda. The film stars H. B. Warner, Catherine Carter, Mark Price, Arthur Hoops, Rita Stan, Amy Summers and Phillips Tead. The film was released on September 1, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.

Energy and How to Get It (1981)

Perspective (2012)

Sabtu Bersama Bapak (2016)

Men and Beasts (1962)

Men and Beasts is a 1962 Soviet-German drama film directed by Sergei Gerasimov.

Irish Folk Furniture (2013)

Irish Folk Furniture is a short film directed by Tony Donoghue which won the prize for Best Animation at the Sundance Film Festival. It uses stop-motion animation to breathe life into the disregarded pieces of furniture that frequently lie rotting in Irish barns and sheds, showing the process of renovating them and returning them to the homes they once inhabited. The short was produced by Cathal Black under the IFB ‘Frameworks’ animated short film scheme.

Uchithanai Muharnthaal (2011)

Uchithanai Muharnthaal or Uchithanai Mukarnthal is a 2011 Tamil drama film directed by Pugazendhi Thangaraj and assisted by Prashanth Ramamurthy. The film's plot revolves around a 13-year-old Sri Lankan Tamil girl, portrayed by child actress Neenika. The film also stars Sathyaraj, Seeman and Sangeetha, while featuring music scored by D. Imman. The film released in December 2011.

The Eleventh Hour (1914)

The Eleventh Hour is a 1923 American action film directed by Bernard Durning and written by Louis Sherwin. The film stars Shirley Mason, Buck Jones, Richard Tucker, Alan Hale Sr., Walter McGrail and June Elvidge. The film was released on July 20, 1923, by Fox Film Corporation.

Člověk proti zkáze (1990)

WESTERNIZED KOREANESS= HYBRIDIZATION AND, LOVE. (2018)

Cheminots (2010)

Bugcrush (2006)

National Theatre Live: I'm Not Running (2019)

RAPublic (2008)

Solar Eclipse (2011)

Um Suburbano Sortudo (2016)

Mega Hammerhead (2016)

Quando il sole sorgerà (2012)

Open Fire (1989)

Open Fire is a 1989 American action film starring David Carradine. He co stars with his daughter Kansas.

Les patates (1969)

Mezzanotte d'amore (1970)

Mezzanotte d'amore (Italian for Midnight of love) is a 1970 Italian musicarello film directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti and starring Al Bano and Romina Power. It is the sequel of Il suo nome è Donna Rosa.

The Alley Cat (1941)

The Alley Cat is an American animated short film, released in 1941 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Directed by Hugh Harman, the film centres on Butch and Toodles Galore, two cats who were subsequently integrated as recurring characters into the Tom and Jerry series of shorts.

Formula 1: Nell'Inferno del Grand Prix (1970)

Anak Halal (2007)

Anak Halal is a Malaysian action drama film directed by Osman Ali. It was released on 13 December 2007.

The Inner World of Aphasia (1968)

The Inner World of Aphasia is a 1968 medical training film by co-directors Edward Feil and Naomi Feil of Edward Feil Productions. It portrays patients suffering from aphasia and follows their experiences through their recoveries. Notable for its innovative artistic direction and empathetic approach to patients with aphasia, the film was added to the National Film Registry in 2015.

Rokkasho Rhapsody (2006)

Rokkasho Rhapsody is a Japanese documentary directed by Hitomi Kamanaka and released in 2006. It is the second in Kamanaka's trilogy of films on the problems of nuclear power and radiation, preceded by Hibakusha at the End of the World and followed by Ashes to Honey.

White Snake Enchantment (1983)

Hakujasho (白蛇抄) is a 1983 Japanese film directed by Shunya Itō.

Owalini (2002)

Owalini is a Marathi movie released on 26 April 2002. The movie is produced by Medhpranav Babasaheb Powar and directed by Dr. Babasaheb Powar. The movie is based on an army officer who becomes an outlaw to save his sister.

The Internet Must Go (2013)

The Internet Must Go is a 2013 independent docufiction short web film about net neutrality, directed by Gena Konstantinakos.

Naani (2004)

Naani is a Telugu fantasy comedy film released in 2004. It was directed by S. J. Suryaah and stars Mahesh Babu, Amisha Patel. The film is bilingual, simultaneously shot with the Tamil version New, and features music composed by A. R. Rahman. The film is loosely based on the 1988 American film Big starring Tom Hanks.

Chinna Poove Mella Pesu (1987)

Chinna Poove Mella Pesu is a 1987 Tamil language drama film directed by the duo Robert – Rajasekhar. The film features Prabhu, Ramki, Narmadha, Sudha Chandran and Sabitha Anand in lead roles. The film, produced by S. K. Rajagopal, had musical score by S. A. Rajkumar and was released on 17 April 1987. The film became highly successful at the box office. The film also marked the debut of S. A. Rajkumar, Ramki and Narmadha.

Quell and Co. (1982)

Quell and Co is a 1982 film directed by William Witney.

Making the Headlines (1938)

Making the Headlines is an American 1938 crime drama directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Jack Holt, Beverly Roberts, and Craig Reynolds.

Chhota Bheem aur Hanuman (2012)

Chhota Bheem Aur Hanuman is a fictional animated film produced by Greengold Animations. It is the tenth movie in the Chhota Bheem movie series, and the first of them to feature Hanuman.

Lembing Awang Pulang Ke Dayang (2009)

Lembing Awang Pulang Ke Dayang is a 2009 Malaysian film, directed by Majed Salleh. The film was produced by Dayang Digital, and also stars Farid Kamil, Siti Elizad, Zul Huzaimy, Lynette Ludi and Uji Rashid.

The Lion Men (2014)

The Lion Men is a Singapore action film directed by Jack Neo and starring Tosh Zhang, Wang Weiliang, Eva Cheng, Noah Yap, Charlie Goh, Maxi Lim and Chen Tianwen. The main plot revolves around two lion dance groups pitting themselves against each other.

End of the Wicked (1999)

End Of The Wicked is a Nigerian horror movie that tells story of how the forces darkness destroy good people and how they are being saved by the power of the Almighty God.

Reconciliation of Foes (1910)

The Rape of the Sabine Women is an art film by Eve Sussman, which had its world premiere on 2006-11-26 at the 47th International Thessaloniki Film Festival.

Barney's Big Surprise (1998)

Barney's Big Surprise was Barney the Dinosaur's first national tour. The show started in 1996 and played in 60 cities, with a program of 28 old and new Barney songs. Originally planned for theaters, it was revised to become more like a rock concert for young children; most of the venues were small arenas with around 5,000 seats, with some larger arenas used as well. A video of the show, which had been taped at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, was released in 1998.

Line Describing a Cone (1973)

Line Describing a Cone is a film produced in 1973 by artist Anthony McCall as part of his "solid light" film series. McCall's reduction of film to the essential properties of the medium resembles the work of other radical artists of his time, and has inspired various projects by artists such as Stan Douglas, Richard Serra, and Gordon Matta-Clark.

Fields of Sacrifice (1964)

Fields of Sacrifice is a 1964 documentary by Donald Brittain about Canadian war dead. The film visits former battlefields where over 100,000 Canadian soldiers lost their lives in World War I and World War II and examines Canadian military cemeteries and memorials from Hong Kong to Sicily.

Gogoler Kirti (2014)

Gogoler Kirti is a 2014 Indian Bengali film, directed by Pompy Ghosh Mukherjee and produced by Supratik Ghosh under the banner of Ishani Films. Based on the story Royraja Uddhar and Mahishmardini Uddhar by Samaresh Basu, the film features child actor Ahijit Ghosh, Vikram Chatterjee and Indraneil Sengupta in the lead roles. It is the sequel of 2013 film Goyenda Gogol. The film was released on 12 September 2014.

Inside: The Mob's Bloody Valentine (2011)

7362 (1967)

As They Continue to Fall (2016)

The Two Gun Teacher (1954)

I'm Healthy, I'm Alive and I'm Free (1977)

Amor y pecado (1956)

Popularity Killer (2011)

Cigarettes & Coffee (1993)

Cigarettes & Coffee is a 1993 short film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson starring Philip Baker Hall. It tells the story of five people's lives all connected through a $20 bill. The film helped launch the career of Anderson and was used as a basis for his first feature film Hard Eight (1996).

The Luck of the Navy (1927)

The Luck of the Navy is a 1927 British silent comedy thriller film directed by Fred Paul and starring Evelyn Laye, Henry Victor and Hayford Hobbs. It was an adaptation of the 1919 play The Luck of the Navy by Mrs Clifford Mills.

El Verdugo De Sevilla (1942)

El verdugo de Sevilla ("The Executioner of Seville") is a 1942 Mexican film. It stars Sara García and Fernando Soler. It is based on a play by Pedro Muñoz Seca.

The Bullet Machine (1970)

Clegg is a 1970 British crime film directed by Lindsay Shonteff. It featured Gilbert Wynne in his first starring role. Clegg follows a case of a private detective named Harry Clegg, a former policeman in London. The film was also released under the titles Clegg Private Eye, The Bullet Machine and Harry and the Hookers. It was lensed in various locations around London including the Docklands and Highgate Cemetery, as well as in Paris. Gilbert Wynne would also star in Shonteff's next film, Permissive which was also released in 1970. The score was by Paul Ferris. The film was distributed by Tigon.

Deep Cover (1996)

Two Blondes and a Redhead (1947)

Two Blondes and a Redhead is a 1947 American musical film starring Jean Porter.

Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging (2008)