Stolen Death (1938)

The Stolen Death is a 1938 Finnish thriller film directed by Nyrki Tapiovaara. It is set in 1904, during the Russo-Japanese War, and is about a group of Finnish activists in Helsinki who develop into a revolutionary force for Finnish independence. The film is based on a short story by Runar Schildt. It was released on 4 September 1938.

Joschka und Herr Fischer (2011)

Sinterklaas en het geheim van het grote boek (2008)

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1902)

Mother Earth (1968)

Sister Citroen (1967)

Don't Lean Out the Window (1977)

Don't Lean Out the Window, is a 1977 Yugoslav drama film directed by Bogdan Žižić.

Pink Ice (1965)

The Pink Panther attempts to rescue diamonds in South Africa from two English diamond hunters named Deveraux and Hoskins.

Die Sklavenkarawane (1958)

Der Fürsorger (2009)

Cellbound (1955)

Spike has just finished the 20 year process of digging a tunnel from his prison cell but he picks the wrong place to hide.

El tren fantasma (1927)

Youm ou Lila (2013)

Der fremde Vogel (1911)

Hidden Faces (2007)

Sambolico (1996)

Ti stimo fratello (2012)

When Maryam Spoke Out (2001)

When Maryam Spoke Out is a 2001 Lebanese film directed by Assad Fouladkar and based on a true event that happened in Lebanon.

God Speed You! Black Emperor (1976)

God Speed You! Black Emperor is a 1976 Japanese black-and-white 16 mm documentary film by director Mitsuo Yanagimachi, which follows the exploits of young Japanese motorcyclists, the "Black Emperors".

Fimfarum: The Third Time Lucky 3D (2011)

Blackout Journey (2005)

Quick on the Trigger (1958)

L'inventaire fantôme (2004)

Mother Never Dies (1942)

Charade (1984)

Charade is a 1984 animated Canadian film directed by John Minnis. The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 57th Academy Awards. The film was animated by Minnis with Pantone markers on paper, during a single three-month summer term at Sheridan College.

Every Child (1979)

Every Child is an animated short film produced in 1979 by the National Film Board of Canada in association with UNICEF.

Hungarian Rhapsody (1979)

Hungarian Rhapsody is a 1979 Hungarian drama film directed by Miklós Jancsó. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.

Verdens bedste kok (2011)

Flicker (2012)

Lily of the Harbor (1952)

To Love (1968)

What's the Time, Mr. Clock? (1985)

Don't Be Afraid, I'm with You (1981)

Last Performance (2006)

Why not Speak of Love? (1979)

André Hazes, zij gelooft in mij (2000)

Entretien sur Pascal (1965)

Dead Landscape (1972)

Gunnar Rehlin - A Small Film About Hurting Someone (1999)

Kummeli V (2014)

Wednesday, Thursday Morning (2008)

Una donna per la vita (2012)

Farewell (1981)

Farewell (Russian: Прощание) is a 1983 Soviet drama film based on Valentin Rasputin's novel Farewell to Matyora and directed by Elem Klimov.

I'm a Standard Supporter (2013)

The Griller (1968)

Callgirl Undercover (2010)

Narcissus (1983)

Narcissus is a 1983 Canadian short musical and experimental film directed by Norman McLaren and produced by David Verrall, visualizing the legend of Narcissus in a modern way. It was produced for the National Film Board of Canada.

Scared Shrekless (2010)

Scared Shrekless is a twenty one minute computer animated Halloween horror comedy television special, set shortly after the events of Shrek Forever After, that premiered on the American television network NBC on Thursday, October 28, 2010.

Portrait of Gina (1958)

Portrait of Gina, or Viva Italia is a 1958 documentary film by Orson Welles. It was funded by ABC TV. Around 30 minutes long, it follows a similar style to The Fountain of Youth (1958) and F for Fake (1973).

The Old Lady and the Pigeons (1998)

The Old Lady and the Pigeons is a 1997 animated short film written and directed by Sylvain Chomet. It tells the slightly surreal story of a starving policeman who dresses up as a pigeon and tricks an old lady into feeding him. The film was produced through the French company Les Armateurs with support from companies in Canada, Belgium and the United Kingdom. It was Chomet's debut film and won several awards including the Grand Prix at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

Weatherbeaten Melody (1943)

Verwitterte Melodie, or Weather-beaten Melody, is a 1942 animated short, made in Nazi Germany. It was written mainly by cartoonist Hans Fischerkoesen, although the sole credits often went to Horst von Möllendorff. It was animated by Jiri Brdecka in Prague.

Daffy - The Commando (1943)

Daffy – The Commando is a Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series released on November 20, 1943 to theaters, and directed by Friz Freleng. It features the character Daffy Duck.

Véronique and Her Dunce (1958)

Véronique et son cancre is a short comedy film by Éric Rohmer, which he directed before his series of Six Moral Tales. It records the meeting of a young woman called Véronique with a difficult boy she has been hired to coach. The encounter raises questions about the value in later life of the teaching used in schools and about the treatment of children who are either unwilling or genuinely unable to learn.

1812 (1944)

1812, is a 1912 Russian short film directed by Vasili Goncharov, Kai Hansen and Aleksandr Uralsky.

The Organ (1965)

The Organ is a 1965 Slovak film by Štefan Uher made at Filmové Studio Bratislava. The cast features Frantisek Bubik, Alexandr Brezina, and Kamil Marek. The plot concerns a young Polish deserter and a conservative Slovak priest sheltering from fascists.

Long Live Ghosts! (1977)

Long Live Ghosts! is a 1977 Czechoslovak children's film directed by Oldřich Lipský.

Before Tonight is Over (1965)

Before This Night Is Over is a 1966 Slovak drama film directed by Peter Solan.

The Jade and the Pearl (2010)

The Jade and the Pearl is a 2010 Hong Kong film co-produced by Shaw Brothers Studio, Television Broadcasts Limited and Emperor Motion Pictures.

Here Comes Fortune (2010)

Here Comes Fortune is a 2010 Hong Kong feature film, a rendition of folklore regarding the God of Fortune. It is a comedy released during Chinese Lunar new year for seasonal celebration. The cast includes Alan Tam, Zhang Zhen, Miriam Yeung, Kitty Zhang Yu Qi and many other cameo appearances of renowned Hong Kong Celebrities.

Plane Crazy (1929)

Plane Crazy is an American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. The cartoon, released in 1928 by the Walt Disney Studios, was the first creation of the character Mickey Mouse. It was made as a silent film and given a test screening to a theater audience on May 15, 1928, but failed to pick up a distributor. Later that year, Disney released Mickey's first sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie, which was an enormous success. Following this, Plane Crazy was released as a sound cartoon on March 17, 1929. It was the fourth Mickey film to be released after Steamboat Willie, The Gallopin' Gaucho, and The Barn Dance (1928).

Wool 100% (2006)

Wool 100% is a 2006 Japanese comedy-fantasy film directed by Mai Tominaga. It was released on October 28, 2006 in Japan and had a United States release on September 12, 2007. The film stars Kyōko Kishida and Kazuko Yoshiyuki as two elderly sisters who discover a mysterious young girl in their house who continually knits a red sweater, leading them to name her "Knit-again" (Aminaoshi).

One Piece: Dead End Adventure (2003)

One Piece The Movie: Dead End no Bōken is a 2003 Japanese animated film directed by Konosuke Uda and written by Yoshiyuki Suga. It is the fourth animated movie in the anime/manga series One Piece and the franchise's first full-length feature, released independently of any "Toei Anime Fair" event. It was released on March 3, 2003. Desperate for cash, the Straw Hat Pirates enter a secret race between pirate crews known as the Dead End Competition. There, they must battle against powerful people, including the bounty hunter who wants to kill Gasparde and a climatic battle with Marine-turned-pirate Captain Gasparde.

The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation (2005)

The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation is a 2005 animated short film directed by animation historian John Canemaker.

The Untameable Whiskers (1904)

The Untamable Whiskers, also known as The King of the Mackerel Fishers and Les Moustaches indomptables, is a 1904 silent film directed by and starring Georges Méliès.

Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director (1975)

Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director is a 1975 Japanese documentary film on the life and works of director Kenji Mizoguchi, directed by Kaneto Shindo.

The Perfect Human (1967)

The Perfect Human is a 1968 short film by Jørgen Leth lasting 13 minutes. It depicts a man and a woman, both labelled 'the perfect human' in a detached manner, 'functioning' in a white boundless room, as though they were subjects in a zoo.

Apple Jack (2003)

Apple Jack or The Legend of Apple Jack is a 2003 American short film directed by Mark Whiting, and produced by Tranquility Pictures. The filming was performed on Sable Ranch, Canyon Country, California. The film was released on DVD in August, 2006.

Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II (2008)

"Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II" is a 2008 episode of the television comedy series Robot Chicken, and the sequel to the Annie Award winning "Robot Chicken Star Wars", which aired as a one-off special during Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block on November 16, 2008. Like "Robot Chicken: Star Wars" it has been released on its own DVD, on July 21, 2009, and will not be part of a season box set. The DVD contains the original broadcast version, and the "Extended Version", which features an additional 15 minutes of footage cut from the broadcast version. It was nominated for a 2009 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program.

Culo e Camicia (1981)

Culo e camicia is a 1981 Italian comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile, consisting in two segments, respectively starred by Enrico Montesano and Renato Pozzetto.

Ellembi (2002)

El-Limby Arabic: اللمبي‎ is an Egyptian comedy movie that hit the theaters in 2002, starring the stars of Arabic cinema Mohamed Saad that played the role of a husband called El-Limby, Hasan Hosni, Hala Shiha, and Abla Kamel. The movie El-Limby is considered to be a major hit in Arabic cinema as it influenced the demand for Arabic movies and made the people want more movies like it. The movie got such high reviews to the extent that astonished the producers themselves as Mohamed Saad overtook the famous actor Adel Imam. Saad’s income sprung through the roof as the movie made him around 6 million EGP which is an extremely high number for Arabic cinema. However, the movie received a number of bad reviews from critics for lacking a main plot and its poor quality which made the audience assume that a sequel won’t be released, but soon after El-Limby a sequel was produced by the name Elly Baly Balak as the producers made sure not to make the same mistakes that existed in the first movie, as to have a main plot and idea.

Antikiller (2002)

Antikiller is a 2002 Russian crime film directed by Egor Konchalovsky. It portrays a brutal war between obnoxious crime gangs and a one-man vigilante, a former police officer. The movie is based on Danil Koretsky’s novel of the same name, which has sold five million copies in the countries of the former Soviet Union and has acquired cult status among readers of Russian pulp fiction. Like the novel, the film became the box office leader among Russian films in 2002.

Bugs Bunny's Easter Funnies (1977)

Bugs Bunny's Easter Special is a Looney Tunes television special featuring a number of Warner Bros. cartoons. It originally debuted on the CBS network on Thursday, April 7, 1977.

Inside Islam (2002)

Inside Islam is a History Channel documentary on the history of Islam. It depicts Islam as a peaceful religion, with several similarities to Judaism and Christianity, and argues that the primary reason that people fear Islam is due to fundamentalists. It also discusses Muhammad and his disagreements with his tribe who disapproved of his monotheistic religion, the Nation of Islam and the Arab–Israeli conflict. It first aired on 4 September 2002.

True Caribbean Pirates (2006)

True Caribbean Pirates is a documentary which aired on The History Channel in 2006.

Min farmors hus (1984)

Prestami tua moglie (1980)

Anand Math (1952)

Anand Math is a 1952 Indian bollywood historical patriotic film directed by Hemen Gupta, based on the famous Bengali novel Anandamath, written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in 1882. The novel and film are set in the events of the Sannyasi Rebellion, which took place in the late 18th century in Bengal.In a BBC World Service poll conducted in 2003 across 165 countries, the Vande Mataram song written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, composed by Hemant Kumar, sung by Lata Mangeshkar was voted 2nd in the "World's Top Ten" songs of all-time.

The Bat (1995)

Bock for President (2010)

Amélia & Duarte (2015)

De vlinder tilt de kat op (1994)

The Butterfly Lifts the Cat Up or De Vlinder Tilt de kat op is a 1994 Dutch film directed by Willeke van Ammelrooy.

The Province (1991)

The Province or De Provincie is a 1991 Dutch drama film directed by Jan Bosdriesz.

Sangue - La morte non esiste (2005)

Rooster's Breakfast (2007)

Rooster's Breakfast is a Slovenian drama released in 2007. It is an adaptation of less known novel of the same name by Feri Lainšček. The film is the most acclaimed and most successful Slovenian films of all times, and also the third most successful movie in Slovenia, following Titanic and Troy.

Badgered (2005)

Badgered is a 2005 animated short film, nominated on 31 January 2006 for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. The film was written, animated and directed by Sharon Colman at the National Film and Television School and is voiced by Rupert Degas.

No Sabe, No Contesta (2002)

Her Mother, the Whore (2001)

Canhead (1996)

Twins (1999)

Long Dark Night (2004)

Long Dark Night is a 2004 Croatian film dealing with World War II in Croatia and its aftermath. It was directed by Antun Vrdoljak and starred Goran Višnjić. It was Croatia's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Interlude (1946)

The Lika Cinema (2008)

The Lika Cinema is a Croatian drama film directed by Dalibor Matanic. It was released in 2008.

Tre piger fra Jylland (1957)

True Enough (2007)

Beim Jodeln juckt die Lederhose (1974)

Acapulco, prima spiaggia... a sinistra (1983)

Gli italiani e le donne (1962)

Fish Fry (1944)

Heaven's Doors (2006)

Days of Hell (1986)