En la ciudad de la furia (2012)
Dame Factory Inc. (2011)
Girlfriends (French title: Mes copines) is a 2006 French-Belgian comedy film directed by Sylvie Ayme and starring Stéphanie Sokolinski, Djena Tsimba, Léa Seydoux and Anne-Sophie Franck.
Atambua 39° Celsius (2012)
Secret Africa (1969)
Africa segreta is an Italian documentary film, released in 1969.
TR: An American Lion (2003)
X Is Y (1990)
31/75: Asyl (1975)
The Division of Gravity (2011)
Craneway Event (2009)
Anna and Elizabeth (1933)
Anna and Elizabeth (German: Anna und Elisabeth) is a 1933 German drama film directed by Frank Wisbar and starring Dorothea Wieck, Hertha Thiele and Mathias Wieman. The film reunited Wieck and Thiele who had starred in Mädchen in Uniform together two years earlier.
The film's sets were designed by Heinrich Beisenherz and Fritz Maurischat.
Domestic Difficulties (1916)
Domestic Difficulties is a silent short film featuring Mutt and Jeff. The film is one of the earliest animated adaptations of Bud Fisher's comic strip which achieved some success a few years previously.
The United Snakes of America (1917)
Duke of York at Montreal and Quebec (1901)
Suster keramas 2 (2011)
M Hotel (2011)
Solar Adventure (1985)
Hours for Jerome (1982)
Hours for Jerome (1980–82) is an experimental film in two parts directed by Nathaniel Dorsky. The two parts are included in the US National Film Registry and hence selected for preservation in the Library of Congress.
We Were There: True Love (2012)
50,000 B.C. (Before Clothing) (1963)
The Tortoise, an Incarnation (2012)
Joann Sfar (dessins) (2010)
The One Ronnie (2010)
Scotch Hop (1953)
Nose Hair (1994)
The Covered Schooner (1923)
Little Dutch Plate (1935)
From Show Girl to Burlesque Queen (1903)
Les clowns (2011)
Zona J (1998)
Zona J is a 1998 Portuguese film, directed by Leonel Vieira. In 1999, it won 2 Globos de Ouro awards – an event organized by SIC, which was also one of the production companies behind the film.
Visions in Meditation #3: Plato's Cave (1990)
Home: The House Imp (2012)
Dragon's Rage (2012)
The Cat's Canary (1932)
Workers' Topical News No. 1 (1930)
Double Cross: The True Story of the D-day Spies (2012)
Dancing Boxing Match, Montgomery and Stone (1907)
Wales v. Ireland at Wrexham (1906)
Chile: Hasta Cuando? (1986)
Chile: When Will It End? (Spanish: Chile: Hasta Cuando?) is a 1986 Australian documentary film produced by David Bradbury. The film portrays the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (1992)
Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann is a 1992 documentary film directed by Joshua Waletzky. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Alizée en concert (2004)
Smashing Pumpkins: Vieuphoria (1994)
The Silver Season (2008)
Das Tor des Feuers (1996)
Petersburg Elegy (1989)
The Ghost's Sword (1971)
The Winds of the Aures (1967)
The Winds of the Aures (Arabic: ريح الاوراس, translit. Rih al awras, French: Le Vent des Aurès) is a 1966 Algerian war film directed by Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina. It was entered into the 1967 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best First Work. It was also entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.
Gusttavo Lima: Ao Vivo em São Paulo (2012)
The Deadly Chase (1973)
Zonbi deddo (2008)
Everlasting Joy (1996)
Pastry Town Wedding (1934)
An Animated Luncheon (1900)
Au pays des Juliets (1992)
In the Country of Juliets (French: Au pays des Juliets) is a 1992 French drama film directed by Mehdi Charef. It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.
New Earth (1933)
Super Dimensional Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 (1987)
La mer (2002)
Yun ni (1968)
Lady, Play Your Mandolin! (1931)
Lady, Play Your Mandolin! was the first Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Rudolf Ising of Harman and Ising. It was originally released in August 1931.
Tricky: A Ruff Guide (2002)
Reflections on Black (1955)
The Brutal Hopelessness of Love (2007)
Isabelle aux Dombes (1951)
Duk mong (1991)
Blonde Engel sind nicht billig (1969)
Kapitan z 'Oriona' (1977)
What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? (1983)
What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? A Tribute is the 26th prime-time animated television special based upon the comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz, who introduced the special. It originally aired on the CBS network on May 30, 1983, Memorial Day in the United States, and one week prior to the 39th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion.
Smile, Darn Ya, Smile! (1931)
Smile, Darn Ya, Smile! is a Merrie Melodies cartoon short (September 5, 1931), and also the title of the song performed in the cartoon. This is one of only three Merrie Melodies cartoons to star Foxy; the other two are Lady, Play Your Mandolin! (August, 1931) and One More Time (October 3, 1931). This short is a remake of Trolley Troubles, a Disney short featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in whose creation Hugh Harman had once been involved.
Shoot It in Lone Pine! (2008)
Upper Egyptian in the American University (1998)
Attenborough's Journey (2010)
Max and the Statue (1912)
Long Road to Freedom (1971)
Il court, il court, le monde (1987)
The Flaw in the Alibi (1914)
Children of Darkness (1983)
Children of Darkness is a 1983 American documentary film produced by Ara Chekmayan and Richard Kotuk. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. It was about mentally ill and emotionally troubled children and young adults living in various private and public residences, state institutions, such as Elan School in Poland, Maine and New York City's public run South Beach psychiatric hospital in Staten Island. It had interviews with various parents, including ones whose children died under suspicious circumstances while in custody as well as with various staff members who work with people who will carry their handicaps and illnesses all their lives, and the staff's awareness of their inability to cure them. One of the drugs that caused patient deaths in the South Beach hospital is Mesoridazine, which was withdrawn from the United States market in 2004 due to dangerous heart side effects. The Élan School closed in 2011 due to criticism of its alleged treatment of patients.
The Rules of Film Noir (2009)
Metallica: Reload/Rehearse/Request (1998)
On the Ropes (2011)
On the Ropes is a 2011 British mockumentary film written and directed by Mark Noyce. It follows the fictional character of martial arts instructor Keith Kraft and his rivalry with boxing gym owner Big Joe, played by actor and former boxer Joe Egan. The cast also includes Ben Shockley, Lindsay Honey, Raymond Griffiths, Sean Byrne and Alex Vincent.
Hapax Legomena III: Critical Mass (1971)
Franco, Ciccio e il Pirata Barbanera (1969)
Franco, Ciccio e il pirata Barbanera (Franco, Ciccio and Blackbeard the Pirate) is a 1969 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Amendola.
Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name (1935)
Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name is a 1935 animated Merrie Melodies cartoon, starring Buddy and Cookie (as two mermaid kids), and is noted to be the only Buddy cartoon in Technicolor. This is directed by Friz Freleng.
Messies, ein schönes Chaos (2012)
Half-Fare Hare (1956)
Half-Fare Hare is a 1956 animated Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny.
The Eloquent Peasant (1970)
Al Fallah al Fasih The Eloquent Peasant is a 1970 Egyptian short film, based on the tale of The Eloquent Peasant dates to the Middle Kingdom.
Seven Street Fighters (2005)
A Robot Named Robot (2013)
La santa muerte (2007)
Minotaur and Little Nerkin (1999)
Minotaur and Little Nerkin is a 1999 British animated short film created by Aardman Animations. Its full name appears, according to the film itself, to be Minotaur and Little Nerkin in Bait, suggesting that its name is in fact "Bait", as an episode of a suggested series of films called Minotaur and Little Nerkin, of which no other episodes were made, or that the name of the film is Bait and is merely stating it stars Minotaur and Little Nerkin. Regardless, Minotaur and Little Nerkin is the name used on the packaging for the Aardman Classics DVD.
Next Door (1990)
Our House (2010)
Emanuel and the Angel (2013)
The Misfit (1924)