Zánik domu Usherú (1980)
Spiral Jetty (1970)
Showa onna bakuto (1972)
A 45 revoluciones por minuto (1969)
Bertolucci On Bertolucci (2013)
Am I Having Fun! (1936)
Jiao wo ru he bu xiang ta (1963)
Unbelievable Flying Objects (2007)
The Dead Speak (1935)
Eusébio, la Pantera Negra (1973)
Bugles of Fear (1958)
As the Technics Spin (2009)
Cuore di donna (2002)
El Cristo de los Faroles (1958)
The Christ of the Lanterns (Spanish: El Cristo de los Faroles) is a 1958 Spanish film.
Wild and Woody! (1948)
Wild and Woody! is the 30th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on December 31, 1948, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by United Artists.
The Affair Blum (1948)
Blum Affair (German: Affaire Blum) is an East German drama film directed by Erich Engel. It was released in 1948. A German Jewish industrialist is tried for murder. It is based on a real 1926 case in Magdeburg.
Otkuda berutsya deti? (2008)
What's in the Bible? Vol 6: A Nation Divided (2011)
Doll Face (2005)
Il cielo in una stanza (1999)
Il cielo in una stanza (The sky in a room) is a 1999 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Vanzina.
Campus Romeos (1927)
Return of the General (1962)
Pianoforte is a 1984 Italian drama film. It is the debut film of director Francesca Comencini. Pianoforte won the "De Sica" award at the 1984 Venice Film Festival.
For her performance Giulia Boschi, at her film debut, was awarded as best actress at the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival and won a Silver Ribbon for best new actress.
A Trip Thru a Hollywood Studio (1935)
Could See a Puma (2011)
The Beautiful Washing Machine (2004)
The Replacement Child (2007)
Fantom kiler 2 (1999)
Las eróticas vacaciones de Stela (1978)
Felix the Ghost Breaker (1923)
Queensbury Rules (2011)
Laibach: Pobeda pod suncem (1988)
La signora gioca bene a scopa? (1974)
La signora gioca bene a scopa?, internationally released as Poker in Bed, is a 1974 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Giuliano Carnimeo.
Mainichi kâsan (2011)
Pisito de solteras (1974)
Boer Boerson Jr. (1974)
Bør Børson Jr. is a 1974 Norwegian musical film directed by Jan Erik Düring, starring Rolv Wesenlund, Britt Langlie and Sølvi Wang. The film is based on a novel by Johan Falkberget.
Bør Børson Jr. (Wesenlund) is a peasant son with great ambitions. He starts a grocery store and – after some initial problems – makes a good deal of money. He then leaves for Oslo, where he makes a fortune in the stock trade. Eventually, he returns to his hometown, where he holds a lavish wedding with his childhood sweetheart.
The film contained popular songs such as "Å æ kjinne ein kar", "Børs Song" and "Wienerbrød-tango", first introduced at the stage version of the musical in 1972.
Dojoji Temple (1976)
The Lark (Russian: Жаворонок, translit. Zhavoronok) is a 1965 Soviet war film directed by Nikita Kurikhin and Leonid Menaker. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.
Slepoy dozhd (1969)
Velvet Terrorists (2013)
The Virgin and the Tough Guy (1974)
The Virgin and the Macho Man (Portuguese: A Virgem e o Machão) is a 1974 Brazilian sex comedy film directed by José Mojica Marins under the pseudonym J. Avelar. It is also Marins' first film in the pornochanchada genre.
Operation 8 (2011)
Un macho en el salón de belleza (1987)
On the Farm (2003)
Penyair Malam (1998)
Social Decay (1932)
Social Decay (Greek: Κοινωνική Σαπίλα) is a 1932 Greek silent film directed by Stelios Tatasopoulos.
Chattam Tho Poratam (1985)
Nosferatu: The Friendly Vampire (2004)
Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf Meet The Pegasus (2014)
L'école des maris (2000)
Et Il Voulut Être Une Femme (1978)
Iro zange (1965)
Abro Ne Bayie (2008)
Natane to 13, napefte se mas! (1970)
Rooney: Spit and Sweat (2004)
Water Wrackets (1975)
Land of Giants (2013)
Truckfighters is a documentary directed by Joerg Steineck about the Swedish rock band named Truckfighters.
It incorporates various interviews with the band, showing their members working on day-to-day jobs in their home town Örebro, recording the album "Mania" in their studio and following them on tour through Europe.
The film, which is documentative in style of narration, signifies itself a "fuzzomentary film". It provides various surreal graphical sequences of fictional and non fictional content, which serve as connective and illustrative elements. A certain graphical style leads as stylistic central theme through the entire film.
Truckfighters additionally features short guest appearances of well known names like Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age, Kyuss), Alfredo Hernandez (Kyuss, Yawning Man), Nick Oliveri (Queens of the Stone Age, Mondo Generator). Furthermore it provides guest appearances by singer/songwriter Chris Maher (anchorman) and first hour Kyuss member Chris Cockrell (annotator/off-voice).
Tom Thumb (1909)
Madame Tallien (1916)
Madame Guillotine (Italian:Madame Tallien) is a 1916 Italian historical film directed by Mario Caserini and Enrico Guazzoni and starring Lyda Borelli, Renzo Fabiani and Amleto Novelli. It is based on a play by Victorien Sardou set during the French Revolution.
Mirror of Holland (1950)
Mirror of Holland (Dutch: Spiegel van Holland) is a 1950 short Dutch documentary film about The Netherlands, directed by Bert Haanstra. It won the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
Alfred & Anna (2012)
From Moscow to Pietushki: A Journey with Benedict Yerofeyev (1990)
Gao bie you qing tian (1995)
His Mother Marveled (1963)
Basic Autopsy Procedure (1961)
Defeat of the Mafia (1970)
Defeat of the Mafia (Italian: Scacco alla mafia) is an Italian noir-crime film directed by Warren Kiefer and starring Victor Spinetti and Maria Pia Conte. It was shot in the late 1968 but released only in November 1970. It was initially planned to be an Italian-Argentine co-production.
Apocalypse, Man (2014)
Adventure In The Hopfields (1954)
Adventure in the Hopfields is a 1954 British children's film directed by John Guillermin starring Mandy Miller.
It was made for the Children's Film Foundation.
The Desert Song (1955)
The Real Story: The Amityville Horror (2009)
Batu Belah Batu Bertangkup (1959)
Naburimono: Kôiki jûyô shitei kenjû-ma (1969)
Coves and Caves (1920)
Secret Room No. 7 (2005)
Happy Birthdaze (1943)
Swing Your Partner (1943)
A Place Called Lovely (1991)
Age 13 (1955)
Age 13 is an educational film by Sid Davis released in 1955. It is property of the public domain. The film centers on Andrew, a thirteen-year-old boy stricken with grief over the recent death of his mother. On the day of her death her radio stops working, and Andrew believes that if he can repair it his mother will return. He is left with a cold, emotionally distant stepfather. He is also teased relentlessly in school, which leads him to bring a gun with him. During an altercation with another student in a physical education class, he fires the gun, injuring no one. Following the incident he receives counseling, is administered a Rorschach inkblot test and is encouraged to open up emotionally. However, his stepfather becomes increasingly brutal. Andrew commits a virtual murder by destroying a photograph of his stepfather, whom he blames for his mother's death; afraid his feelings will lead him to actual homicide, he runs away. By film's end he has recovered, and is adopted by his aunt and her husband.
Musician Kevin Moore selected this film as inspiration for the Chroma Key album Graveyard Mountain Home. The film is included on DVD in a special edition of the album, playing at half speed and featuring the album's music soundtrack as opposed to the original.
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.
Tagebuch eines Frauenmörders (1969)
Mr. H Is Late (1988)
The Frivolous (2013)
De la cabeza con Bersuit Vergarabat (2002)
Süper incir (2013)
The Vultures (1941)