Little Lamby (1937)
The Missouri Strain (2013)
The Tempter (1973)
The Devil Is a Woman (Italian: Il sorriso del grande tentatore, UK title: The Tempter) is a 1974 drama film directed by Damiano Damiani and starring Glenda Jackson.
Kristin kommenderar (1946)
Kristin Commands (Swedish: Kristin kommenderar) is a 1946 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Edgren and starring Dagmar Ebbesen, Wanda Rothgardt and Gunnar Björnstrand.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Nils Svenwall.
The Crime Doctor (1934)
The Crime Doctor is a 1934 American crime drama directed by John Robertson from a screenplay by Jane Murfin, adapted from the novel The Big Bow Mystery by Israel Zangwill. The film stars Otto Kruger, Karen Morley, and Nils Asther. RKO Radio Pictures produced and distributed the film which was released on April 27, 1934.
Face to Panty Ratio (2011)
Over Coffee (2010)
The Lockerbie Bombing (2013)
Perpetual Motion (2003)
Vita coi figli (1990)
Vita coi figli is a 1990 Italian television film directed by Dino Risi and broadcast by Canale 5.
Brasilia, Contradictions of a New City (1968)
Die Bauten Adolf Hitlers (1938)
Caminandes: Gran Dillama (2013)
Aswang ng Quezon City (2006)
Sundown on the Prairie (1939)
Joy and the Dragon (1916)
Joy and the Dragon is a surviving 1916 silent film directed by Henry King and starring himself and 'Baby' Marie Osborne. It was produced at the Balboa Amusement Producing Company and distributed by the Pathé Exchange.
Copies survive in London (BFI) and Valencia Spain (Instituto Valenciano De Cinematografia).
Toire no Hanako-san: Shin Gekijôban (2013)
A Sower of Seeds (2012)
Jitsuroku: Shisetsu Ginza keisatsu (1973)
Free Kitchen (2014)
Zombie School (2014)
Guardian of Angels (2018)
Uncle David (2011)
Uncle David is a 2010 British black comedy film directed by David Hoyle, Gary Reich, and Mike Nicholls. It was produced by Reich and stars Hoyle, an English performance artist, in the titular role alongside English pornographic actor Ashley Ryder. Developed collectively under the banner of the Avant-Garde Alliance, it was filmed in October 2009. Created without a script, every scene was improvised and filmed in a single take.
Set in a caravan park on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, South East England, a young man with a childlike mind named Ashley (Ryder) arrives to stay with his Uncle David (Hoyle). Escaping from his abusive mother, Ashley enters into a sexual relationship with his uncle who offers his insights into the world and the nature of reality. Eventually Ashley tells David that he wants to die, and David agrees to carry out the killing.
The film premiered on 25 March 2010 at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival held in the BFI Southbank in central London. Reviews were mixed, but the film won several awards at international film festivals. It was released on DVD by Peccadillo Pictures in 2011.
In the Lap of God (1991)
Puppets Under Starry Skies (1978)
Fisherman's Luck (1945)
Los increíbles (Ala rota, La dama de hierro y La mujer radiactiva) (2013)
Erotic Journey (1993)
The Meeting of Two Queens (1991)
Circus Today (1940)
Circus Today is a 1940 nine-minute animated short film released to theaters by Warner Bros. on June 22, 1940. Directed by Tex Avery and written by Jack Miller, the film was a part of the Merrie Melodies series produced by Leon Schlesinger and distributed by The Vitaphone Corporation.
Mail Early (1941)
Campus Capers (1949)
Isaac Hayes Live in Montreux (2007)
Dentro del bosque (2009)
Zig Zag (1970)
Zig Zag, also released as False Witness, is a 1970 drama film directed by Richard A. Colla and starring George Kennedy.
Look Out for Trouble (1980)
Elvis: Up Close and Personal With Sonny West (2006)
Disney Princess Stories Volume Three: Beauty Shines from Within (2005)
Just Me and Mario (1989)
Les horizons morts (1951)
Yakuza tai G-men (1973)
National Geographic: The Last Feast of the Crocodiles (1996)
Middle of the Night (2018)
The Kentucky Derby (1922)
The Kentucky Derby is a 1922 American silent adventure film directed by King Baggot and starring Reginald Denny. It is based on a Broadway play The Suburban by Charles T. Dazey. It was produced and distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Company. Denny's first starring feature-length movie.
The film survives today.
The Thrill Chaser (1923)
The Thrill Chaser is a 1923 American action film directed by Edward Sedgwick and featuring Hoot Gibson.
Cuban Harlistas (2009)
The Rocket Bus (1929)
Alf's Carpet is a 1929 British comedy film directed by W.P. Kellino and starring Gerald Rawlinson, Gladys Hamer, Harald Madsen and Carl Schenstrøm. It was loosely based on the novel Alf's Button by W.A. Darlington. It is also known by the alternative title The Rocket Bus.
Erblich belastet (1919)
Kolberg is a 1945 German historical film directed by Veit Harlan. One of the last films of the Third Reich, it was intended as a Nazi propaganda piece to shore up the will of the German population to resist the Allies. The film is based on the autobiography of Joachim Nettelbeck, mayor of Kolberg in western Pomerania. It tells the story of the defence of the besieged fortress town of Kolberg against French troops between April and July 1807, during the Napoleonic Wars. In reality, the city's defense, led by then-Lieutenant Colonel August von Gneisenau, held out until the war was ended by the Treaty of Tilsit. In the film, the French abandon the siege.
Himmel, Scheich und Wolkenbruch (1976)
Der Januskopf (1920)
The Head of Janus (German: Der Janus-Kopf) is a 1920 German horror silent film directed by F. W. Murnau. The film was an unauthorized adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but the source material went unrecognized by some of the German media due to changes in the characters' names.Released on 17 September 1920 by the Lipow Co., this is one of Murnau's lost films. The screenplay was written by Hans Janowitz, who collaborated with Carl Mayer on the script for The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919). While the film itself does not survive, the scripts and related production notes do. Because the film is lost, its full length is unknown.
Starke Zeiten (1988)
Starke Zeiten is a 1988 West German comedy film directed by Klaudi Fröhlich, Rolf Olsen, Otto Retzer, Sigi Rothemund and Helmut Fischer. The film has been produced by Karl Spiehs and Luggi Waldleitner.
Clarkson: Supercar Showdown (2007)
Oxygene: Live In Your Living Room (2007)
Nine Inch Nails: Beside You in Time (2007)
Megadeth: Wakin' Up Dead (2005)
Coffee Crazy (2004)
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Funky Monks (1991)
Dance of Darkness (1989)
Lee Evans: Live from the West End (1995)
Deep in the Jungle (2008)
Falling for a beautiful woman whose body is mutating, a secret service agent finds himself trapped in a web of paranoia and corruption.
I Love You, Baby (2000)
I Love You, Baby is a 2000 German action thriller movie directed by Nick Lyon with Jasmin Gerat, Mark Keller, Maximilian Schell and Burkhard Driest in the lead.
Rosemaries Tochter (1976)
Rosemary's Daughter (German:Rosemaries Tochter) is a 1976 West German sex comedy film directed by Rolf Thiele and starring Lillian Müller, Bela Ernyey and Werner Pochath. It is based on the story of Rosemarie Nitribitt, which Thiele had already treated more seriously in the 1958 drama Rosemary.
Angels of Iron (1981)
Angels of Iron (German: Engel aus Eisen) is a 1981 German crime film directed by Thomas Brasch. It was entered into the 1981 Cannes Film Festival, but did not win at Cannes. Director Thomas Brasch won the Bavarian Film Award for Best Direction. The black-and-white film dramatizes the true story of a Berlin gang of thieves led by juvenile Werner Gladow during the time of the Berlin Blockade 1948-49. Likening it to the Prohibition era in the United States twenty years earlier, writer-director Brasch paints a sympathetic portrait of anarchic gangsterism facilicated by the lawless political anarchy in post-war Germany up until the 1949 foundation of East and West Germany, whereas the latter brings the sinister old "forces of order" (as they are called by Gladow's partner in crime, former hangman Gustav Völpel that used to execute sentenced war criminals for the Allied military government) back to the forefront when former Nazis regain their pre-1945 positions in both new German states. When eventually these "forces of order" come back to power at the end of the Berlin Blockade, they crack down on the anarchic Gladow gang. Gladow himself is sentenced to death for murder and executed in East Germany in 1950 at the age of 18. Although West-German ex-Nazis offer Völpel a job in the new West-German police if he'd flee into one of the city's Western zones, he prefers to stay in an East-German prison until he dies in 1959 because he feels freer in prison than inside an ordered society, just as he did already during the whole war when the Nazis incarcarated him for refusing to fight in their war.
Lee Evans Live: The Different Planet Tour (1996)
The Garden (1995)
The Garden (Slovak: Záhrada) is a 1995 Slovak feature film in cooperation with French Artcam International directed by Martin Šulík. The film is a poetic tale of Jakub, a man in his early 30s. It reflects the relationships and desires of Jakub in the idyllic surroundings of his grandfather's garden. The film was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Ho Ho Ho (2009)
Ho Ho Ho is a Romanian Christmas-themed family comedy film starring Romanian music and TV icon Ştefan Bănică, Jr., directed by Jesus del Cerro, and produced by MediaPro Pictures as the first Romanian comedy film about Christmas.
Whispers in the Gloom (1998)
Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt (1953)
When The Village Music Plays on Sunday Nights (German: Wenn am Sonntagabend die Dorfmusik spielt) is a 1953 West German romance film directed by Rudolf Schündler and starring Rudolf Prack, Ingeborg Körner and Walter Müller. It is a heimatfilm shot in Gevacolor.
It was made at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin and on location in the Black Forest. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Willi Herrmann and Heinrich Weidemann.
The Secret Spell (2010)
Yamazakura, The Cherry Tree in the Hills (2008)
Kuntilanak Beranak (2009)
Bette Midler: Diva Las Vegas (1997)
The Annunciation (1984)
The Annunciation (in Hungarian: Angyali üdvözlet) is a Hungarian film directed by András Jeles in 1984, based on The Tragedy of Man (1861) by Imre Madách.
Seven Swans (2005)
Operación Algeciras (2004)
Manchester United Season Review 1999-00 (2000)
Steve Coogan: Live 'N' Lewd (1994)
J. Edgar Hoover – Le plus grand ripou d'Amérique (2007)
Portrait of an Assassin (1949)
Portrait of an Assassin is a 1949 French film starring Maria Montez.
Michael Mittermeier - Back To Life (2000)
The Yanks Are Coming (1963)
The Yanks Are Coming is a 1963 American documentary film produced by Marshall Flaum. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Marshall Flaum wrote, produced and directed the documentary about the American involvement in World War I.
Urban Square: In Pursuit of Amber (1986)
No Picnic (1986)
No Picnic is a film written and directed by Philip Hartman. It was filmed in black and white at New York in 1985 and was released the next year, in the Sundance Film Festival, where it won Excellence In Cinematography Award Dramatic. Described as "a cinematic love letter to a pre-gentrified New York", the film captures the East Village of the 80s. Providing the soundtrack are such performers as "The Raunch Hands", Lenny Kaye, Charles Mingus, Fela Kuti, Richard Hell and "Student Teachers". It stars Richard Hell, Judith Malina, Luis Guzmán and Steve Buscemi.
I Am Life (2009)
Accelerated Under-Development: In the Idiom of Santiago Alvarez (1999)
Butcher House (2006)