Kôshoku kinchaku kiri no onna (1969)
Naburimono: Kôiki jûyô shitei kenjû-ma (1969)
Jain no hôyô (1971)
Secret Room No. 7 (2005)
Carmina Burana (1975)
Bujang Terlajak (2012)
FLA (Faire: l'amour) (2014)
Faire: L'amour, also known as FLA, is a 2014 French drama film directed by Djinn Carrénard. It was the opening film of the International Critics' Week section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Incredible Floridas (1972)
Lady Tubbs (1935)
Lady Tubbs is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Alan Crosland and written by Barry Trivers. The film stars Alice Brady, Douglass Montgomery, Anita Louise, Alan Mowbray, June Clayworth and Hedda Hopper. The film was released on July 2, 1935, by Universal Pictures.
The Sickle or the Cross (1949)
The Sickle or the Cross is a 1949 American drama film directed by Frank Strayer, which stars Kent Taylor, Gloria Holden, and Gene Lockhart. The screenplay was written by Jesse L. Lasky Jr. from an original story by T. G. Eggers. Produced and distributed by the Lutheran Laymen's League, it had its world premiere in Burbank, California on July 1, 1949.
The Ringer (1972)
Lucky Larkin (1930)
Lucky Larkin is a 1930 American Western film directed by Harry Joe Brown and written by Marion Jackson and Leslie Mason. The film stars Ken Maynard, Nora Lane, Jim Farley, Harry Todd, Paul Hurst and Charles Clary. The film was released on March 2, 1930, by Universal Pictures.
Chuck D's Hip-Hop Hall Of Fame (2003)
Summer Soldiers (1972)
Windfall in Athens (1954)
Windfall in Athens (Greek: Kyriakatiko xypnima, Greek: Κυριακάτικο Ξύπνημα) is a 1954 Greek comedy film directed by Michael Cacoyannis. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.
The End of Puberty (2011)
Terror at Black Tree Forest (2010)
My Green Fedora (1935)
My Green Fedora is a 1935 Merrie Melodies animated short film short directed by Friz Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger and animated by Chuck Jones and Robert Clampett. The film was released in the United States on May 4, 1935. It features a song, "I'm Wearin' My Green Fedora," written by songwriters, Al Sherman, Al Lewis, and Joseph Meyer specially for this short.
W'ere on Our Way to Rio (1944)
Father Christmas and the Missing Reindeer (1998)
Haircut (Portuguese: Corte de Cabelo) is an independent Portuguese drama film directed by Joaquim Sapinho, produced at Rosa Filmes, which was nominated for the Golden Leopard at the 1995 Locarno International Film Festival.
The Second Bakery Attack (2010)
Shadow of the House (2007)
Face Like a Frog (1988)
The Projectionist: A Passion for Film (2012)
Beauty Shoppe (1940)
Shakespearian Spinach (1940)
I-Ski Love-Ski You-Ski (1936)
For Better or Worser (1935)
Good-Bye Mr. Moth (1942)
Robbie Williams: Live at Slane Castle (1999)
Highwaymen Live!!! (1990)
The Researcher's Search (1990)
Teenage Babylon (1989)
Goodnight, Cinderella (2014)
Bodas de fuego (1951)
Thomas Pynchon: A Journey Into the Mind of P. (2003)
Porky's Bear Facts (1941)
Porky's Bear Facts is a Looney Tunes cartoon animated short starring Porky Pig. Released March 29, 1941, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc.
This short is an adaptation of the Aesop fable "The Ant and the Grasshopper."
Mouse Trappers (1941)
Cow-Cow Boogie (1942)
Rose scarlatte (1940)
Red Roses (Italian: Rose scarlatte) is a 1940 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica and Giuseppe Amato. It was De Sica's first film as a director. De Sica had previously appeared in a 1936 production of the stage play by Aldo De Benedetti on which it was based.
Ramanujan is a 2014 biographical film based on the life of renowned Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. The film written and directed by Gnana Rajasekaran, was shot back to back in the Tamil and English languages. Ramanujan has been produced by the independent Indian production house Camphor Cinema. The cast consists of Indian and British film, stage and screen personalities. It marks the film debut of Abhinay Vaddi, the grandson of veteran Tamil film actors Gemini Ganesan and Savitri, as the protagonist.
Serious Undertakings (1983)
The Hitch of It (1972)
National Geographic: 9/11 Conspiracies (2013)
Barn of the Blood Llama (1997)
SSDD: Same Shit Different Day (2010)
Toy Trouble (1941)
In Spring One Plants Alone (1980)
The Green Line (1944)
Bye Bye Barcelona (2014)
Donald's Valentine Dollar (1999)
The Wonderful Chance (1920)
The Wonderful Chance (also The Thug and His Wonderful Chance) is a 1920 American silent crime drama film produced by Lewis Selznick and released by Select Pictures. This picture stars Eugene O'Brien in a dual role and was directed by George Archainbaud. While this film survives today in several archives, it is best known for featuring Rudolph Valentino in a villain role rather
than the hero. In the 1960s scenes from the film were used in the documentary The Legend of Rudolph Valentino (1961) narrated by Graeme Ferguson.
The Trip (1973)
Vot eto lyubov! (2013)
Cattleya: An OFW Story (2014)
Nu zei (1982)
Remnants of Everest: The 1996 Tragedy (2007)
Fante-Anne (Gypsy Anne) is a Norwegian silent film from 1920 directed by Rasmus Breistein. The film is based on a rural story by Kristofer Janson from 1868.
Flip's Circus (1921)
Journey into the Night (1921)
Journey into the Night (German: Der Gang in die Nacht) is a 1921 silent German drama film directed by F. W. Murnau. Prints of the film still survive, thus making it the earliest surviving F. W. Murnau film as of 2013.
Vertov in Blum. An Investigation (2010)
Symposium: Ladder of Love (1996)
Here Comes Dr. Tran (2003)
Oni no uta (1975)
The Route V50 (2004)
Absurd Encounter with Fear (1967)
Tetris: From Russia With Love (2004)
Arabesk is a 1989 Turkish comedy film directed by Ertem Eğilmez.
Louise attaque: Y a t'il qulelqu'un ici? (2006)
Younger: Candy Shop (2018)
Hippety Hopper (1949)
Hippety Hopper is a Merrie Melodies cartoon. Released to theaters on November 19, 1949, this short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by Warren Foster. This is the 2nd appearance of Hippety Hopper and the short that bears his name.
I'm British But... (1990)
Zánik domu Usherú (1980)
Overland Express Arriving at Helena, Mont. (1900)
Nudes on Tiger Reef (1965)
Into the Pit: The Shocking Story of Deadpit.com (2009)
Goyescas is a 1942 Spanish musical film directed by Benito Perojo and starring Imperio Argentina, Rafael Rivelles and Armando Calvo. The film is an adaptation of the 1916 zarzuela Goyescas by Enrique Granados, and also drew inspiration from the work of the artist Francisco Goya. The film was part of the popular trend for operetta films in Europe during the era. Perojo had been planning the production for around a decade before it was ultimately made.
The film received the Biennale Award at the 1942 Venice Film Festival.
To the End of the World... and Then a Little Bit Further (1989)
Der Milchshorf: La Costra Láctea (2002)
Mr. Barnes of New York (1922)
Mr. Barnes of New York is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Victor Schertzinger and starring Tom Moore, Anna Lehr and Naomi Childers. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Archibald Clavering Gunter, which had previously been turned into a 1914 film.
The Syringe (1984)
Asphalt Warriors aka The Syringe (original title: L'Arbalète ("the crossbow")) is a French action movie made by Sergio Gobbi in 1984. It stars Daniel Auteuil as the main character. The plot is about fights between ethnic gangs in Paris.
The Definitive Elvis: The Television Years (2002)
Payanangal Mudivathillai (1982)
Fiamma che non si spegne (1949)
The Flame That Will Not Die (Italian: Fiamma che non si spegne) is a 1949 Italian war drama film directed by Vittorio Cottafavi and starring Gino Cervi, María Denis and Leonardo Cortese. It is based on the story of Salvo D'Acquisto, a Carabinieri officer who died to save others being executed by the Germans during the Second World War.
It was made at Cinecittà Studios. The film's sets were designed by Ottavio Scotti.
Muna Moto (1975)
Muna Moto is a 1975 drama film directed by Jean-Pierre Dikongué Pipa.
Boucherie Halal (2012)
Black Ermine (1953)
Black Ermine (Spanish:Armiño negro) is a 1953 Argentine romantic film directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen and starring Laura Hidalgo and Roberto Escalada.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Gori Muñoz. It was made by Argentina Sono Film, the country's largest production company. The film is set in Peru, and location filming took place there.
The Seed (1974)
Kimen (The Seed) is a Norwegian film from 1974 directed by Erik Solbakken. It starred Kjell Stormoen, Svein Sturla Hungnes, Ragnhild Michelsen, Helle Ottesen, Helge Jordal, and Ragnhild Hilt. The film was based on the 1940 novel of the same name by Tarjei Vesaas.
City of Contrasts (1931)
Las variaciones Marker (2007)
Vilko dantu karoliai (1997)