Folie à Deux: Madness Made of Two (2013)
Battle Chess (2005)
Suchy pion (2012)
Sob o Céu da Bahia (1956)
Sob o Céu da Bahia is a 1956 Brazilian adventure film directed by Ernesto Remani. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Unconscious London Strata (1981)
We Will Rock You (2011)
Second Class Male (2006)
Night of the Little Dead (2011)
Gipsy Kings: Tierra Gitana (1996)
The Birth of Magellan: Cadenza I (1977)
Lai xin sha zhan (1984)
Big City Fantasy (1934)
Momus Man of Letters (1994)
Mighty Taro's Reckless Training (1928)
I.B. Dam and the Whole Dam Family (1905)
Hollywood on Parade No. B-9 (1934)
The Roll-Call (1971)
Sugartown: The Bridegrooms (2007)
Gates of Life (2013)
Woman They Almost Lynched (1953)
Woman They Almost Lynched is a 1953 American Western film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars John Lund, Brian Donlevy, Audrey Totter, Joan Leslie, Ben Cooper, James Brown and Nina Varela. The film was released on March 20, 1953, by Republic Pictures.
Stenka Razin (1908)
Stenka Razin (Russian: Стенька Разин) is the first finished Russian narrative film. The 10-minute silent film is a fictionalized account of episodes from the life of Stenka Razin. It premiered on 28 October [O.S. 15 October] 1908.
Julia Julia (1981)
Julia Julia is a 1981 Norwegian comedy film directed by Petter Vennerød and Svend Wam. The film was selected as the Norwegian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 54th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Cage (1963)
The Cage (French: La Cage) is a 1963 French film directed by Robert Darène. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.
An Unattached Unit (1993)
R.E.M.: When the Light Is Mine - The Best of the I.R.S. Years 1982-1987 (2006)
Living Sculptures: Film Study for Screen Artist (1903)
Shuffle Off to Buffalo (1933)
New Kids on the Block: Coming Home (2010)
Octagon Force (1979)
Historic Pubs of Dublin (2008)
New York Dolls Live at Bowery Ballroom (2011)
The Augustas (1950)
The Augustas (filmed in the early 1930s and the late 1940s) is a home movie made by Scott Nixon, an avid member of the Amateur Cinema League and a traveling salesman based in Augusta, Georgia who enjoyed recording his travels on film. In this 16-minute silent film, Nixon documents some 38 streets, storefronts and cities named Augusta in such far-flung locales as Montana and Maine. Arranged with no apparent rhyme or reason, the film strings together brief snapshots of these Augustas, many of which are indicated at the point of a pencil on a train timetable or road map. Nixon photographed his odyssey using both 8mm and 16mm movie cameras loaded with black-and-white and color motion picture film stock, amassing 26,000 feet of film that now resides at the University of South Carolina. While Nixon’s film does not illuminate the historical or present-day significance of these towns, it binds them together under the umbrella of Americana. Whether intentionally or coincidentally, this amateur auteur seems to juxtapose the name’s lofty origin—‘august,’ meaning great or venerable—with the unspectacular nature of everyday life in small-town America.
A Lively Affair (1912)
O Estrondo (2012)
The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930)
The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu is a 1930 American pre-Code film directed by Rowland V. Lee. It is the second of three films starring Warner Oland as the fiendish Fu Manchu, who returns from apparent death in the previous film, The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (1929), to seek revenge on those he holds responsible for the death of his wife and child.
Stickelback Eggs (1925)
Super Dimensional Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 (1987)
Yun ni (1968)
Der Räuber Hotzenplotz (1967)
Morning, Noon and Night (1933)
Morning, Noon and Night is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring the overture Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und ein Abend in Wien (Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna) by Franz Von Suppe.
The Gay Gaucho (1933)
Malagasy Gospel (2009)
Otte akkorder (1944)
Otte akkorder is a 1944 Danish family film directed by Johan Jacobsen and starring Erling Schroeder.
Creating the Lord of the Rings Symphony: A Composer's Journey Through Middle-Earth (2004)
Tomorrow's Sun (1959)
Farlig ungdom (1953)
Farlig Ungdom (English; Dangerous Youth) is a 1953 Danish crime drama directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and starring Ib Mossin and Birgitte Bruun. The film tells the dark story about a naive youth being drawn into a life of petty crime and unable to break away. The film received the Bodil Award for Best Danish Film in 1954.
A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff (2004)
You Are More Than Beautiful (2013)
Blonde Engel sind nicht billig (1969)
Jeszcze tylko ten las (1991)
Just Beyond This Forest (Polish: Jeszcze tylko ten las, also known as Still Only This Forest) is a 1991 Polish war-drama film written and directed by Jan Łomnicki. It was screened in competition at the 48th Venice International Film Festival.
Attenborough's Journey (2010)
Long Road to Freedom (1971)
Il court, il court, le monde (1987)
Little Geezer (1932)
Auge/Maschine III (2003)
Auge/Maschine II (2002)
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)
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.
50,000 B.C. (Before Clothing) (1963)
Release the Prisoners to Spring (1975)
Release the Prisoners to Spring (Swedish: Släpp fångarne loss, det är vår!) is a 1975 Swedish comedy film directed by Tage Danielsson. At the 12th Guldbagge Awards the film won the awards for Best Film and Best Actress (Margaretha Krook).
The film stars Ernst-Hugo Järegård as the prisoner Harald Hansson, a break-in expert, who one day meets Frida and her friend and learns how to bake cookies. Perhaps a career change is worth to take in consideration? Especially when he falls in love with the daughter of a city judge, Flora...
The film is a cult comedy by Hasseåtage. Memorable scenes in the film are the car chase with Järegård, the musical show number in the cell performed by Jan Malmsjö and the show number carried out simultaneously in the exercise yard by Järegård, Malmsjö and Urban Sahlin; and practically every scene with Ekman as the wacky prison governor.
The film was meant to comment on the criminal system and view of criminals in society (both in Sweden and worldwide).
Night Club (2011)
Night Club is a 2011 American comedy film starring Ernest Borgnine and Mickey Rooney. It is the directorial debut of Sam Borowski.
Tankman Begins (2005)
Little Dutch Mill (1934)
Buddy the Detective (1934)
Buddy the Detective is an American animated short film. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. The short was released on October 17, 1934, though the date would seem to be in dispute as one source gives the date as September 15. The short was supervised by Jack King. Musical direction was by Bernard Brown.
I Take These Truths (1995)
Star Garden (1974)
Bang the Machine (2002)
Chariots of Fur (1994)
Chariots of Fur is a seven-minute Looney Tunes short released in 1994 by Warner Bros. It features Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner and was directed by Chuck Jones, who introduced the pair in 1949. As in other shorts of the Road Runner series, Wile E. tries to catch his potential prey through use of various devices. This film's soundtrack uses music from the Bedřich Smetana opera The Bartered Bride. It was released in American and Canadian theaters preceding the film, Richie Rich. It was the first time a new short of Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner that had been released theatrically since 1980. This was the final Coyote/Road Runner short to be directed by Jones as well as it being the final Coyote/Road Runner short to be released before Paul Julian's death in the next year. The title is a parody of Chariots of Fire.
Danseuses Cambodgiennes du roi Norodom. II. (1902)
Seven Keys (1961)
Seven Keys is a 1961 British crime thriller directed by Pat Jackson and starring Alan Dobie.
Primera Comunión (1969)
Granpa is a British family-oriented animated film that adapts a picture book by John Burningham. Produced by TVS for Channel 4 Television in 1989, it was released on VHS by Universal Studios in 1994. An expensive film to produce, Granpa is hand-illustrated with coloured pencil, imitating Burningham's style in the book. It was directed by Dianne Jackson, who had previously adapted The Snowman by Raymond Briggs (1978), a wordless picture book, as an exceptionally successful family-oriented animated film (1982). Howard Blake, who wrote the music for the The Snowman, wrote the music and the script for Granpa, which is referred to as an "animated children's opera". The voices of Granpa and Emily are by Peter Ustinov and Emily Osborne. Granpa won the Prix Jeunesse International award for excellence in children's television programming in 1990.
Branded a Bandit (1924)
Tai tai wan sui (1947)
Kino-pravda no. 20 - Pionerskaia pravda (1924)
The Potted Psalm (1946)
Dear Nanny (1986)
Dear Nanny (Spanish: Tata mía) is a 1986 Spanish drama film directed and written by José Luis Borau and starring Imperio Argentina, Alfredo Landa and Carmen Maura. It is scored by Jacobo Durán Loriga. José Luis Borau was nominated to a Goya Award for Best Original Screenplay and Miguel Rellán won the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor in the 1987 edition.
See A Little Light: A Celebration of the Music and Legacy of Bob Mould (2012)
Automobile Race for the Vanderbilt Cup (1904)
The Blues Greats (2004)
Destruction Inc. (1942)
Destruction Inc. (1942) is the 13th of 17 animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman. It was released on Christmas Day 1942.
Several Friends (1969)
Pays revé (2012)
She Said Boom: The Story of Fifth Column (2012)
On the Marriage Broker Joke as Cited by Sigmund Freud in Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious or Can the Avant-Garde Artist Be Wholed? (1977)
The Sky Above (2011)
O Céu Sobre os Ombros is a 2011 Brazilian docudrama directed by Sérgio Borges. The film won five awards at the Brasilia Film Festival, including Best Picture.