What Goes Up (2003)
42/83: No Film (1983)
The Winter Of The Beard (2008)
Kurama Tengu: Kyôfu jidai (1928)
Herbert Grönemeyer: Mensch Live (2003)
At Night (2002)
The Marriage Certificate (2001)
The Beatles Budokan Concert (1966)
Batman: Dead End (2003)
Batman: Dead End is a fan film written and directed by Sandy Collora that premiered July 19, 2003 at the San Diego Comic-Con, and on the internet shortly thereafter. The film crosses over the DC Comics superhero Batman with the Alien and Predator science fiction film franchises.
Born of Hope (2009)
Born of Hope: The Ring of Barahir is a 2009 fantasy-adventure fan film directed by Kate Madison and written by Paula DiSante (as Alex K. Aldridge) that is based on the appendices of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. The film centres on the communities affected by Sauron's war; the story of Arathorn II and his relationship with Gilraen, and the importance of the Dúnedain bloodline.
The bulk of the film was shot at the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village in Suffolk. Scenes were shot in Epping Forest, Snowdonia National Park, Clearwell Caves and the Brecon Beacons.
It debuted at Ring*Con 2009 before being streamed on DailyMotion for free, and later on YouTube.
Live by Request: Chicago (2002)
The Musketeers (1961)
The Musketeers (Danish: Gøngehøvdingen) is a 1961 Danish family film directed by Annelise Hovmand and starring Jens Østerholm. It was followed by the 1963 film Dronningens vagtmester.
Tie niang zi (1969)
Marvin The Martian: Space Tunes (1953)
L'Odyssée de la vie (2006)
Biba! One Island, 879 Votes (2011)
Tales for the Campfire 2 (2017)
The Mansion Cat (2001)
Mint Julep (2010)
Mint Julep is a 2010 romance film written, directed, and produced by Wisconsin filmmakers Ian Teal and Kathy Fehl, starring David Morse, Angelica Torn, and James Gandolfini. It is set in small-town North Carolina and follows the struggling marriage of Deirdre, a diner waitress played by Torn, and Leighton, an insurance salesman played by Teal. Morse plays an odd groundskeeper at a golf course who witnesses a murder, and Gandolfini plays a landlord in New York City.
The film's surreal aspects reflect influences from Federico Fellini, Luis Buñuel and Michelangelo Antonioni.The independent film took more than a decade to produce due to budget restraints. Teal and Fehl spent an estimated $150,000 on the film, much of which came from their personal finances. The filmmakers received some financial backing from Marilyn Perry, an art historian, painter, and former chairwoman of the World Monuments Fund. Perry studied under Fehl's father at the University of North Carolina, where he taught art history.The film premiered on May 22, 2010 at the Gerold Opera House in Weyauwega, Wisconsin, where Teal and Fehl run a non-profit organization called Wega Arts.
Where Did You Get That Girl? (1941)
Where Did You Get That Girl? is a 1941 comedy film. The title comes from the popular song of the same name, which dates to 1913 and was written by Bert Kalmar and Harry Puck. The song figures prominently in the movie (and has been featured in other films before and since).
The plot of the movie is about the misadventures of a swing band trying to break into the big time. Helen Parrish plays the band's vocalist.
El tesoro de los caracoles (2004)
In this surreal retelling of the ancient myth of the Medusa, bizarre, clothed statues of men are appearing all over Greece. Only Perseus, the leader of a gang of modern Athenian thieves, holds the answer to the mystery. It has something to do with a beautiful, long-haired woman in black who is connected with his troubled childhood. One night his gang breaks into a deserted house in the countryside looking for goods to steal. What they find is entirely unexpected and leads Perseus on a dangerous journey into his past.
Harris in the Spring (1937)
Begynnelsen på en historie (1988)
Begynnelsen på en historie (English: The beginning of a story) is a 1988 Norwegian drama film directed by Margarete Robsahm, starring Linda Pedersen, Wenche Foss and Linn Stokke.
It is summer in the late 1940s, and seven-year-old Maren (Pedersen) lives with her mother and two brothers on an island. Her father is in prison for treason during World War II. When summer is over, Maren has to move into boarding school in a big city, a fact that hangs like a cloud over the joy of summer for her.
Matrix: First Dream (1979)
Garden Path (2001)
Before Sunrise (2005)
Justice League: Dawn of Apokolips (2017)
The Digger (2011)
Beyond Picasso (1986)
Bill of Hare (1962)
Bill Of Hare is a 1962 Bugs Bunny cartoon featuring the Tasmanian Devil.
World War Brown (2014)
We Become Silent (2005)
Richard Lewis: The Magical Misery Tour (1996)
Hu die de wei xiao (2001)
Come imparai ad amare le donne (1966)
How I Learned to Love Women (Italian: Come imparai ad amare le donne, French: Comment j'ai appris à aimer les femmes, German: Das gewisse Etwas der Frauen, also known as Love Parade) is a 1966 Italian-French-German comedy film directed by Luciano Salce.
Pull Stop (2011)
The Spider Will Kill You (1976)
The Royal Ballet: Ashton Triple Bill (2017)
The Royal Ballet celebrates the legacy of its Founder Choreographer Frederick Ashton through a mixed program of three of Ashton’s most loved and most characteristic works.
Persécution is a 2009 romantic-drama film directed by Patrice Chéreau. It stars Romain Duris, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Jean-Hugues Anglade. It premiered on 5 September 2009 at the 66th Venice International Film Festival where it was nominated for the Golden Lion.
V stile jazz (2010)
In the Style of Jazz (Russian: …в сти́ле JAZZ, translit. …v stile JAZZ) is a 2010 romantic comedy directed by Stanislav Govorukhin.
Grace Period (2015)
Tiger Rose (1923)
Tiger Rose is a 1923 American silent adventure romance film produced and distributed by the Warner Brothers. It is based on Willard Macks 1917 Broadway play starring Lenore Ulric. Ulric reprises her role in this silent film version. The story was later filmed as again in 1929 as Tiger Rose by George Fitzmaurice. The SilentEra database lists this film as surviving.
Ready.. Set.. Zoom! (1955)
Ready, Set, Zoom! is a 1955 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series featuring Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner (released April 30, 1955). The title is a pun on "Ready, Set, Go!"
Love After Death (1968)
The Way of All Pests (1941)
Aamras: The Sweet Taste of Friendship (2009)
The Gamblers (1970)
The Gamblers is a 1970 American drama film directed by Ron Winston and starring Suzy Kendall, Don Gordon and Pierre Olaf. Its plot involves a confidence trickster who goes for a trip of a luxury cruise liner, where he is himself conned out of his money. It is loosely based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's novel The Gambler. Its alternative title was Kockari.
The Murderer in the Velvet Body (2009)
The Cuckold (2009)
Sex, Shoes & Unicorns (2005)
Travel Plans (2013)
The Violent States of America (2014)
Bill Buddy (2015)
Beyond 'The Golden Compass': The Magic of Philip Pullman (2007)
The Pogo Special Birthday Special (1969)
Forest Products (2016)
Persian Series #2 (1999)
Bested by a Beard (1940)
Ankor, eshchyo ankor! (1992)
Encore, Once More Encore! (Russian: Анкор, ещё анкор!, translit. Ankor, escho ankor!) is a 1992 post-war eccentric tragi-comedy set at the end of the Forties and the beginning of the Fifties.
The film has won 5 awards, including The Best Film Nika Award, 1993.
Map Projections (1977)
The Goddess of Lost Lake (1918)
The Goddess of Lost Lake is a 1918 American silent era drama film starring Louise Glaum, Lawson Butt, and Hayward Mack.
Directed by Wallace Worsley and produced by Louise Glaum and Robert Bunton through her production company, the Louise Glaum Organization, in association with Robert Brunton Productions, the screenplay was adapted by Jack Cunningham based on a story by M. Van de Water.
This film is now lost.
The Once and Future Griffith Observatory (2006)
From a Roman Balcony (1960)
From a Roman Balcony (also known as Pickup in Rome and The Crazy Day) is a 1960 drama film directed by Mauro Bolognini. It is a co-production between Italy (where it was released as La giornata balorda) and France (where it is known as Ça s'est passé à Rome).
The film is based on several tales by Alberto Moravia, who collaborated on the screenplay. The Italian theatrical release suffered several censorship problems, including the blocking of screenings, and a criminal complaint against director Bolognini and screenwriters Moravia and Pier Paolo Pasolini.
The film was released on an Italian Region 2 DVD by A&R Productions in April 2014.
Braveheart is a 1925 American silent western film directed by Alan Hale Sr. and starring Rod La Rocque. The story focuses on members of a tribe of Indians who are being intimidated by the owners of a canning company seeking to violate the treaty protecting the tribe's fishing grounds.
Tortured Soul 3: The Willing Flesh (2004)
On Tour (2011)
Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (1928)
Anybody Here Seen Kelly? was an American silent film released in 1928. This was the first non-Western film directed by William Wyler and is now considered to be a lost film. The title originates from the 1908 British music hall standard "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" by C.W. Murphy and Will Letters.
The song was popularized in the United States by singer Nora Bayes who sang it in the first ever Ziegfeld Follies. This is Bessie Love's last silent film. Location scenes were filmed in New York City.
Witches Brew (2013)
Malleus Maleficarum (2014)
The One Time Thing (2016)
Shi wan jin shan (1971)
Requiem for a Whore (1989)
Pre Vis Action (2016)
Arabic Numeral Series 4 (1981)
Hold Me (Ca Caw Ca Caw) (2016)
The Ghost Town (1944)
Micaela: A Magic Film (2002)
The Sprint King (2016)
Through the Eyes of Spurgeon (2014)
All Starz Live (2005)
“Brian Hooks All Starz Live” is the stand-up comedy event of the year. The film is hosted by the hilarious Brian Hooks star of the widely popular UPN show "Eve," (Soul Plane, 3 Strikes, Nothin 2 Lose). Along with being the host, Brian Hooks kicks off the show with a stand up set that is guaranteed to bring side splitting laughter. Hooks' ability to take classic topics such as infidelity and nursery rhymes and put a fresh unique spin on i, is ingenious! The line-up includes four other comics that are bringing down the funny with a capital “F”! Check out the laughter brought on by the performances of Rodney Perry ("Johnson's Family Vacation," "Cedric the Entertainers Starting Line-Up" & "Malibooty"), Roman Murray (Comic View), Darryl Brunson (Chatroom & Comic Vie') and George Loving Jackson (The Luau).
Porky's Romance (1937)
Porky's Romance is a 1937 Looney Tunes cartoon that stars Porky Pig and for the first time, Petunia Pig. The cartoon deals with Porky trying to propose to Petunia and him getting rejected by Petunia. He proceeds to try to commit suicide, but ends up in a bizarre dream showing what would happen if he married Petunia.
Porky's Romance is particularly significant in that it is the last cartoon that had Joe Dougherty as the voice of Porky Pig before Mel Blanc got the job and exclusive voice credit contract. Dougherty's uncontrollable stutter had made it extremely difficult for the producers to work with him; such frustrations were evident in the cartoon's production, much of which has Porky either as a silent character or one who only speaks with his face turned away from the view of the audience. (When Blanc took over the Porky role, he maintained the character's stutter, but harnessed it to achieve a greater comedic effect.)
Derren Brown: The System (2008)
Need vanad armastuskirjad (1992)
Those Old Love Letters (Estonian: Need vanad armastuskirjad) is a 1992 Estonian drama film directed by Mati Põldre. The film was selected as the Estonian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 65th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
And the Devil Makes Three (2016)
Italiano medio (2015)
Italiano medio (lit. "Average Italian Man") is a 2015 Italian comedy film written, directed and starred by Maccio Capatonda.
Hi Stranger (2016)
Fury in the Pacific (1945)
Fury in the Pacific is a 1945 American documentary short film about a pair of World War II battles in the Pacific: the Battle of Peleliu and the Battle of Angaur. It was co-produced by the United States Army, United States Navy, and the United States Marines, and directed by a series of combat cameraman — of whom nine became casualties of the battles they were filming. The film is especially noteworthy for its praise of the fighting abilities of Japanese soldiers (a rarity for American propaganda during World War II), and its fast-paced editing. The film is sometimes erroneously credited to Frank Capra, but he did not, in fact, direct the film.
Destination Magoo (1954)
Two Queens and One Consort (1981)