Lost Reality 2 (2005)

The Ten Rules (2002)

Alleluja & Sartana Are Sons... Sons of God (1972)

100 Fäuste und ein Vaterunser (English: 100 Fists and a Prayer) is an Italian-German film directed by Mario Siciliano. It was released in 1972.

The Camera Speaks (1934)

Voyage to Metropolis (2010)

Laurel & Hardy: A Tribute to the Boys (1992)

Arkelope! (1994)

Buddy of the Apes (1934)

Buddy of the Apes is an American animated short film, released on May 26, 1934. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. It was the first cartoon supervised by Ben Hardaway; musical direction was by Bernard Brown.

Il Divo: Encore (2005)

Pěnička a Paraplíčko (1970)

The Prime Minister Is Missing (2008)

The Secret Glory (2001)

Janet: The Velvet Rope (1998)

Inés de Villalonga 1870 (1979)

Palermo or Wolfsburg (1980)

Palermo or Wolfsburg (German: Palermo oder Wolfsburg) is a 1980 film by Werner Schroeter. It tells the story of an Italian immigrant who comes to West Germany in search of work.

Samson and the Mighty Challenge (1964)

Samson and His Mighty Challenge is a 1964 Italian sword-and-sandal film, released in 1965 at the very tail end of the peplum craze. Its original title was Ercole, Sansone, Maciste e Ursus gli invincibili (Hercules, Samson, Maciste, and Ursus: the Invincibles). It is also known as Samson and the Mighty Challenge, Combate dei Gigantes (Battle of the Giants), Triumph of the Giants or Le Grand Defi (The Great Battle).

The Spaghetti West (2005)

Real Life (2004)

Real Life (Greek: Αληθινή ζωή, Alithini Zoi) is a 2004 Greek drama film written and directed by Panos H. Koutras.

How Life Began (2008)

Indonesia Calling (1946)

Indonesia Calling is a 1946 Australian short documentary film directed by Joris Ivens and produced by the then Waterside Workers' Federation. The film gives a glimpse of immediate post-World War II Sydney as trade union seamen and waterside workers refuse to service Dutch ships (known as the "Black Armada") containing arms and ammunition destined for Indonesia to suppress the country's independence movement. Ivens filming of the events taking place gradually became a symbol even for those who had not seen the film and had a growing following in the Netherlands, long before the film had an audience. Joris Ivens suffered persecution from his stance about the Dutch and Indonesia. Ivens had his Dutch passport seized by the Dutch authorities for a few months at a time in order to monitor his whereabouts. Finally, in 1985, the Dutch government presented Ivens with a Golden Calf. At the ceremony, the Dutch minister gave a speech and in his words, "Shortly after the war, your support for Indonesia's right to self-determination and your film Indonesia Calling brought you into conflict with the Dutch government […] I can now say that history has come down more on your side than on the side of your adversaries."

Odilon Redon or The Eye Like a Strange Balloon Mounts Toward Infinity (1995)

Gussle's Wayward Path (1915)

Gussle's Backward Way (1915)

Bradley Manning Had Secrets (2012)

Yunost Maksima (1935)

The Youth of Maxim (Russian: Юность Максима) is a 1935 Soviet historical drama film directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg, the first part of trilogy about the life of a young factory worker named Maxim.

New York, N.Y. (1986)

Simão, o fantasma trapalhão (1998)

This Car Up (2003)

Schmutziger Süden (2010)

The Funny Blokes of British Comedy (2005)

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist: Product Placement on Tour (2004)

The RRF in New Recruit (2010)

Achtung Polizei! (2013)

Robert Klein: The Amorous Busboy of Decatur Avenue (2005)

Our Flags Lead Us Forward (1933)

Hitlerjunge Quex: Ein Film vom Opfergeist der deutschen Jugend (Hitler Youth Quex) is a 1933 German film directed by Hans Steinhoff, based on the 1932 novel Hitler Youth Quex (Hitlerjunge Quex). The film was shown in the US under the title Our Flag Leads Us Forward.

Wild Flowers (2000)

Wild Flowers (Czech: Kytice) is a Czech drama film released in 2000. It was directed by F. A. Brabec based on 7 best-known, most epic poems of Kytice, a collection of ballads by Karel Jaromír Erben. While relatively successful commercially, it was deplored by critics for its crude literalism of depiction.

Personals: College Girl Seeking... (2001)

Dues dones (1998)

John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together (1979)

John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together is a 1979 Christmas television special starring Jim Henson's Muppets and singer-songwriter John Denver. The special first aired December 5, 1979, on ABC. The special has never been commercially released on any standard home media video format.

White Rat (1971)

Love Made Easy (2006)

Criminally Insane 2 (1987)

Criminally Insane 2 (also known as Crazy Fat Ethel II) is a 1987 horror film written and directed by Nick Millard. It is the sequel to the 1975 film Criminally Insane. Among fans of bad exploitation cinema, much has been made of the fact that this sequel was shot on video and is fifty percent clips from its predecessor (presented as flashbacks). This means that the movie contains around just thirty minutes of new content. The new content has no soundtrack (the only music in the film is during the re-used "flashback" footage) and the video quality is markedly poor, a constant whirring of the machinery being audible.

Die Frau und der Fremde (1985)

The Woman and the Stranger (German: Die Frau und der Fremde) is a 1985 East German film directed by Rainer Simon. It is based on Leonhard Frank's novella "Karl und Anna" and tells the story of two friends in a POW camp during World War I. One of them escapes and forms a relationship with the other man's wife. After the war her husband returns. The film was entered into the 35th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Golden Bear. It is a remake of Homecoming (1928).

The Lumière Brothers' First Films (1996)

Jack of Diamonds (2011)

Un día con Sergio (1977)

The Shadow of Death (2012)

Hajime no ippo - Champion road (2003)

Wolves Hunt at Night (1952)

Wolves Hunt at Night (French: Les Loups chassent la nuit), is a French comedy film from 1952, directed by Bernard Borderie, written by Bernard Borderie, starring Jean-Pierre Aumont and Louis de Funès.

Readin' and Writin' (1932)

Readin' and Writin' is a 1932 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 111th (22nd talking episode) Our Gang short that was released.

The Truth About De-Evolution (1976)

I Love the Chipmunks Valentine Special (1984)

Give It Up for Greg Giraldo (2011)

Experiments in the Revival of Organisms (1940)

Experiments in the Revival of Organisms (Russian: Эксперименты по оживлению организма) is a 1940 motion picture which documents Soviet research into the resuscitation of clinically dead organisms. It is available from the Prelinger Archives, and it is in the public domain. The operations are credited to Doctor Sergei Brukhonenko and Boris Levinskovsky, who were demonstrating a special heart-lung apparatus called the autojektor (or autojector), also referred to as the heart-lung machine, to the Second Congress of Russian Pathologists in Moscow. It was filmed at the Institute of Experimental Physiology and Therapy, which is also in Moscow. The heart-lung machine was designed and constructed by Brukhonenko, whose work in the video is said to have led to the first operations on heart valves. The autojektor device demonstrated in the film is similar to modern ECMO machines, as well as the systems commonly used for renal dialysis in modern nephrology.

La bani, la cap, la oase (2010)

In Time of Need (1999)

The Field Is White (2002)

Brevi amori a Palma di Majorca (1959)

Vacations in Majorca (Italian: Brevi amori a Palma di Majorca) is a 1959 Italian comedy film directed by Giorgio Bianchi.

Avia Vampire Hunter (2005)

Chonda Pierce: This Ain't Prettyville (2009)

The Babbling Book (1932)

After a domestic scene with her parents, Gracie Allen goes to work at the bookstore next door and takes hilarious pokes at books and authors, when customer George Burns comes in to buy a book.

De Blå Ulvene (1993)

De blå ulvene (English: The blue wolves) is a 1993 Norwegian crime film directed by Morten Kolstad, starring Håvard Bakke, Tommy Karlsen and Viggo Jønsberg.

Riverdance: The New Show (1996)

The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing (2004)

The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing is a 2004 documentary film directed by filmmaker Wendy Apple. The film is about the art of film editing. Clips are shown from many groundbreaking films with innovative editing styles.

That Moment: Magnolia Diary (2000)

Sobbin' Women: The Making of 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' (1997)

Do You Have a License to Save This Planet? (2001)

A Supernatural Evening with Carlos Santana (2000)

Secrets (1992)

Secrets (also titled One Crazy Night) is a 1992 Australian film starring Dannii Minogue and Noah Taylor. The film follows four of the Beatles' biggest fans (and an Elvis Presley fan who hates the Beatles), who find themselves locked up in the basement of the hotel where the Beatles are staying during a tour. While waiting for rescue, they start to share their deepest secrets with each other. The film has notable similarities to The Breakfast Club, in terms of plot, style and characters. The film's soundtrack consisted of instrumental renditions of many Beatles songs. However, the movie attracted criticism for including a number of songs from much later periods of the Beatles' history to the one being portrayed onscreen. Thus, scenes depicting 1964 Beatlemania were played against songs from later albums such as Abbey Road and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, which many viewers felt did not fit with the tone of the film.

Dan Oniroku onna biyoshi nawa shiku (1981)

Helen, Queen of the Nautch Girls (1973)

A documentary on the Anglo-Indian Helen, best remembered by Western audiences, perhaps, as the Heroine in Gold dancing on the giant typewriter in Merchant Ivory's Bombay Talkie. The star of more than 500 Hindi films turns out to be straightforward, unaffected professional, modestly concerned that her film's have a consistent point of view and that, above all, her eyes hold the spectator's attention. Her ambition, when she finally retires? To open a modest boutique in Bombay's still to be completed Sheraton Hotel.

Resiklo (2007)

Resiklo (English: Recycle) is a 2007 Philippine post-apocalyptic sci-fi romance comedy movie starring Sen. Bong Revilla. It is the entry of Revilla's outfit, Imus Productions, to the 2007 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Highjacker (1995)

Game On! The Unauthorized History of Video Games (2006)

Seven Days in Heaven (2010)

The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe - 1933-1945 (1980)

The Yellow Star: The Persecution of the Jews in Europe 1933-45 (German: Der Gelbe Stern) is a 1980 West German documentary film directed by Dieter Hildebrandt. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Juice Leskinen & Grand Slam: Bluesia Pieksämäen asemalla (2013)

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.

The Garage (2006)

The Garage is a 2006 American independent film written and directed by Carl Thibault.

Escuela de seductoras (1962)

Laura's Christmas Star (2006)

Mannen som blev miljonär (1980)

To Be a Millionaire (Swedish: Mannen som blev miljonär) is a 1980 Swedish comedy film directed by Mats Arehn. The film won the Guldbagge Award for Best Film at the 16th Guldbagge Awards.

Gushing Prayer: A 15-Year-Old Prostitute (1971)

Soledad y Larguirucho (2012)

All My Crazy Friends: The Movie (1998)

Ajar (2012)

Hermes Phettberg, Elender (2007)

Without Rhyme or Reason (2003)

Queen Esther (1992)

A Friend of Dorothy (1994)

Classified Operation (1982)

Yinhe shuangxing (1931)

Call of Duty: Find Makarov (2011)

Perskeltas dangus (1974)

Sensuela (1973)

Sensuela is a 1973 Finnish drama film directed and written by Teuvo Tulio. The film is based on Tulio's 1946 film Rakkauden risti which itself was based on The Stationmaster, a short story written by Alexander Pushkin. Sensuela was Tulio's final film, and it was met with harsh criticism. Since its release, it has gained a reputation as a campy cult classic and has been called "the weirdest Finnish film ever made". Although the production was finished in 1972, it was not released until a year later and then opened only in selected theatres.

Living in Hope (2002)

Crown of Thorns (1923)

I.N.R.I. is a 1923 German silent religious epic film directed by Robert Wiene and starring Gregori Chmara, Henny Porten and Asta Nielsen. The film is a retelling of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It was based on a 1905 novel by Peter Rosegger. It was reissued in 1933 in the United States with an added music track and narration as Crown of Thorns. The film uses a framing device set in modern Russia. The film is generally conventional in its treatment of the story except for the character of Judas Iscariot. Judas is portrayed as a social revolutionary who wants Jesus to become the leader of a Jewish uprising against the Roman army of occupation. Judas' eventual betrayal of Jesus comes from political disillusionment rather than money. The Judas role was very important to the film as it was conceived by Weine, because it linked the biblical story to the framing story. However, the modern scenes provoked opposition from the censors, and the film was generally shown without them. It premiered in Berlin on Christmas Day 1925.The film was shot over 90 days between May and September 1923 at the Staaken Studios in Berlin. It was made with a star cast, expensive sets and hundreds of extras. The film's art direction was by Ernö Metzner. In scale and length, it was the largest film directed by Wiene during his career.

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.

Der Bettler vom Kölner Dom (1927)

The Beggar from Cologne Cathedral (German:Der Bettler vom Kölner Dom) is a 1927 German silent crime film directed by Rolf Randolf and starring Henry Stuart, Elza Temary and Carl de Vogt. A detective on the trail of a gang of criminals traces them to Cologne. The film's art direction was by Gustav A. Knauer.