Across This Land with Stompin' Tom Connors (1973)

Ski Movie 2: High Society (2001)

Jackie vs. Bruce to the Rescue (1982)

Rounds (2001)

Last Shuttle: Our Journey (2011)

Natalie - Das Leben nach dem Babystrich (2001)

Ebba the Movie (1982)

Ebba the Movie is a documentary film of Swedish punk band Ebba Grön from 1982, by director and writer Johan Donner. The film includes a lot of live music and interviews with the band’s members. It starts in Rågsved, a working class suburb of Stockholm, and follows Ebba Grön on tour around Sweden until the band returns to Rågsved. The Swedish reggaeband Dag Vag also participates in a part of the movie when Ebba is on tour. There are two versions of the film. When released in 1982, the movie was originally 78 minutes long. Johan Donner later cut down the film to a 52 minutes version which he called the Hardcore version. Both versions are included in the DVD-release. The title of the film is a reference to the 1977 documentary film ABBA: The Movie, featuring fellow Swedes ABBA. The reference is intended to be ironic, since Ebba Grön's style is very different from that of ABBA.

Ein Kitten für Hitler (2007)

A Kitten for Hitler, also known as Ein Kitten fur Hitler, is a 2007 short film directed by British director Ken Russell. It was created by Russell with the intention of it being offensive. Due to the nature of the film there were some problems with casting, resulting in a dwarf actor appearing in the lead role of a Jewish child. It was released on on 1 July 2007.

Tempête sous un crâne (2012)

Imaginadores (2008)

Changing (1971)

Pontecorvo: The Dictatorship of Truth (1992)

Henshin (2005)

Life in Sometown, U.S.A. (1938)

Il commissario di ferro (1978)

The Iron Commissioner (Italian: Il commissario di ferro, also known as The Iron Superintendent) is a 1978 Italian poliziottesco film directed by Stelvio Massi.

The Delinquent (1973)

L'allenatore nel pallone (1984)

L'allenatore nel pallone (also known as Trainer on the Beach) is a 1984 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Martino. The film was a box office success and achieved a large cult status in Italy, mainly thanks to the many cameo appearances by soccer players, coaches and journalists. The film had a sequel in 2008, L'allenatore nel pallone 2.

Someone Special (2004)

Someone Special (Hangul: 아는 여자; RR: Aneun yeoja; lit. "A Woman I Know") is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film about a struggling baseball player and a fan with a long-time crush on him. It was selected to screen at the 2004 Pusan International Film Festival, 2005 Udine Far East Film Festival, and made its United States premiere at the 2005 New York Asian Film Festival.

The Gift (2003)

Geo-Lobotomy (2005)

A Man of Straw (1958)

A Man of Straw (Italian: L'uomo di paglia) is a 1958 Italian drama film directed by Pietro Germi. It was entered into the 1958 Cannes Film Festival.

Sakli Hayatlar (2011)

Scènes de lit (1998)

Minor Freedoms (2009)

The Gay Shoe Clerk (1903)

The Ninja Squad (1986)

The Corruption (1986)

La Bonne (aka "Corruption") is a 1986 erotic film directed by Salvatore Samperi starring Florence Guerin and Trine Michelsen.

1+1+1 - Sympathy for the Decay (2012)

Burbujas de amor (1991)

Spanky: To the Pier and Back (2008)

Slaughter: From the Beginning (1991)

Biotheraphy (1986)

Ape to Man (2005)

Good Morning, Aman (2009)

Good Morning Aman (also spelled Good Morning, Aman) is a 2009 Italian drama film directed by Claudio Noce, at his feature film debut. The film premiered at the International Film Critics' Week of the 66th Venice International Film Festival. For this film Noce was nominated for David di Donatello for best new director.

Wild Animals (1997)

Wild Animals (야생동물 보호구역, Yasaeng dongmul bohoguyeog) is Korean director Kim Ki-duk's second film, released in 1996. It is a crime-drama film set in Paris, and stars Cho Jae-hyun, Dong-jik Jang and Ryun Jang.

Shudder (2007)

Wir haun die Pauker in die Pfanne - Die Lümmel von der ersten Bank, V. Teil (1970)

We'll Take Care of the Teachers (German: Wir haun die Pauker in die Pfanne) is a 1970 West German comedy film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Uschi Glas, Hansi Kraus and Fritz Wepper. It was the fifth in a series of school-set films. The film was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and on location in Baden-Baden amongst other places.

Dawkins vs Lennox: Has Science Buried God? (2009)

Destruction Force (1977)

Destruction Force (originally titled La banda del trucido (The Numbskull's Gang), also known as Dirty Gang) is a 1977 Italian poliziottesco-comedy film directed by Stelvio Massi. It is the second film in which Tomas Milian plays the character of Monnezza after Free Hand for a Tough Cop (Il trucido e lo sbirro). The participation of Milian was due to an old contract he was forced to fulfill; originally intended as a special appearance, the role of Milian was expanded to make it appear as the star of the film, and Milian obtained in exchange to construct his character as he wanted and to write (uncredited) his dialogue lines. The film was shot in three weeks, but Milian filmed his part in just five days.

Dard Divorce (2007)

Dard Divorce is a German independent horror film directed by Olaf Ittenbach and stars Christopher Kiesa, Daryl Jackson and Martina Ittenbach.

Turks in Space (2006)

Dünyayi Kurtaran Adam'in Oglu (literally translated as "The Son of the Man who Saved the World" and typically titled Turks in Space in English) is a 2006 Turkish science fiction action comedy film directed by Kartal Tibet and written by Murat Boyacioglu. It is the sequel to Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saved the World).

Goodbye, America (2007)

Ørkenens Sønner (1994)

Ørkenens sønner - En storm i et glas vand (2001)

The Cranberries: Beneath the Skin - Live in Paris (2001)

Eoh-neu-nal-gap-ja-gi D-Day (2006)

Alien Agenda: Endangered Species (1998)

Miss Nude America (1976)

Hajen som visste för mycket (1989)

Hajen som visste för mycket (English: The Shark Who Knew Too Much) is a 1989 Swedish comedy film directed by Claes Eriksson and the second to star the members of Galenskaparna och After Shave.

Piglets (1999)

The Father (1996)

THe Father (Persian:پدر , pedar) is a 1996 Iranian film by director Majid Majidi. It won a number of awards at film festivals both within Iran and internationally. The word pedar means father in Persian.

Sezon na leszcza (2000)

La esclava blanca (1985)

Lag B'Omer (1998)

Danger Ahead (1926)

Captain Nissen Going Through Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara Falls (1901)

Flyin' Dance (2000)

Un soir au club (2009)

Un soir au club is a 2009 French film directed by Jean Achache based on the novel of the same name Un soir au club by Christian Gailly.

Procter (2002)

Procter is a 2002 British-Norwegian short film directed by Joachim Trier, starring John Joyce and Michael Hucks. It tells the story of a man who finds a video tape depicting a mysterious suicide and tries to figure out what happened.

Elisabeth von Österreich (1931)

Elisabeth of Austria (German: Elisabeth von Österreich) is a 1931 German historical drama film directed by Adolf Trotz and starring Lil Dagover, Paul Otto and Maria Matray. It is a biopic of Empress Elisabeth of Austria.

Iron Maiden: Donington Live 1992 (1992)

Capitaine X (1994)

The End of the World (2013)

Frankenstein: A Love Story (1974)

Flash Gordon's Battle in Space (1967)

An Evening With Godsmack (2006)

An Evening with 'Il Divo': Live in Barcelona (2009)

The Christmas Story Keepers (1998)

Spermaharen (2002)

La magie continue (1986)

Filme da Treta (2006)

Filme da Treta is a Portuguese comedy movie directed by José Sacramento. It stars José Pedro Gomes and António Feio, and was the highest-grossing Portuguese film in 2006.

Cobalt Blue (2009)

Hijacked Future (2008)

Topsy-Turvy Penguin (2005)

Mick Øgendahl: SPAS (2012)

Un Ange (2001)

L'ombre du doute (1993)

Shadow of a Doubt (French: L'ombre du doute) is a 1993 French drama film written and directed by Aline Issermann. The film was entered into the main competition at the 50th Venice International Film Festival.

The Art of the Tactical Carbine: Volume 1 (2008)

Kûga no ori: Nami dai-42 zakkyobô (2007)

Biohazard 4D: Executer (2000)

The Last Ottoman: Knockout Ali (2007)

The Last Ottoman: Knockout Ali (Turkish: Son Osmanlı Yandım Ali) is a 2007 Turkish action film, directed by Mustafa Şevki Doğan based on the book by Suat Yalaz, starring Kenan İmirzalıoğlu as the titular hero Tahtacızade "Yandım" Ali, who is inspired by the landing of Mustafa Kemal at Samsun and decides to join the resistance movement fighting against the occupation of Istanbul in the aftermath of the First World War. The film, which went on general release across Turkey on January 19, 2007 (2007-01-19), is the fourth highest grossing Turkish film of 2007.

De Utsatta (2011)

Põrgu (1983)

The Last Real Men (1995)

Grise Mine (2009)

Legend of the Galactic Heroes: My Conquest Is the Sea of Stars (1988)

Naissant (1964)

Def Leppard: Rock of Ages (2005)

Old Fangs (2009)

Snow Patrol: Live at Somerset House (2004)

Clint Eastwood: Director (1982)

One of the Missing (1968)

One of the Missing is a 1968 short film directed by Tony Scott. The film is set during the American Civil War and is based on Ambrose Bierce's short story of the same name.

Hotel Magnezit (1978)

The Rocka (2012)

La piel del Amor (1973)

La Piel del amor is a 1973 Argentine film.

Mistaken Memories of Mediaeval Manhattan (1981)

How China Fooled the World: With Robert Peston (2014)

Rude (1995)

Rude is a 1995 Canadian crime film directed by Clement Virgo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

Shut My Big Mouth (1942)

Shut My Big Mouth is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Charles Barton and written by Oliver Drake, Karen DeWolf and Francis Martin. The film stars Joe E. Brown, Adele Mara, Victor Jory, Fritz Feld, Don Beddoe, and Will Wright. The film was released on February 19, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

The Rainmakers (1935)

The Rainmakers is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Fred Guiol from a screenplay by Grant Garrett and Leslie Goodwins, based on a story by Guiol and Albert Traynor. RKO Radio Pictures released the film on October 25, 1935, starring the comedy team of Wheeler & Woolsey (Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey) and Dorothy Lee.