Centerfold Screen Test 2 (1986)

The Canary Connection (1993)

Norma Arrostito, la Gaby (2008)

Clarkson: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly (2006)

Mitfahrgelegenheit (2008)

Listening to You: The Who at the Isle of Wight 1970 (1998)

Black Sabbath: The Black Sabbath Story, Volume 1 (1992)

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.

Chiedimi se sono felice (2000)

Chiedimi se sono felice is a 2000 Italian comedy film directed by Aldo, Giovanni & Giacomo.

The Wiggles: Big, Big Show! (2009)

Fai seung hung che (2002)

Evil Dead Trap 2 (1992)

Inside Boystown (2001)

Anna & Anna (2007)

The Lamb of God (1992)

Marvin The Martian: Space Tunes (1953)

OffOn (1968)

OffOn is an experimental film created by Scott Bartlett made and released in 1967. It is most notable for being one of the first examples in which film and video technologies were combined. The nine-minute film combines a number of video loops which have been altered through re-photography or video colorization, and utilizes an electronic sound track to create its unique effect. In 2004, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Artemis 81 (1981)

Artemis 81 is a British television play which was written by David Rudkin and directed by Alastair Reid. Commissioned by BBC producer David Rose, it was broadcast by the BBC on 29 December 1981.

Motörhead: Stage Fright (2005)

Loves Me... Loves Me Not (1993)

Loves Me, Loves Me Not is a short film created by Aardman Animations. It is known as Me quiere..., no me quiere in Spanish.

Just Love! (2013)

Something in the Water (2008)

Something in the Water is a 2008 Australian documentary film written and directed by Aidan O'Bryan. Using live, archival, and interview footage shot in Los Angeles, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, and Windsor in Berkshire, England, it explores the history and environment behind the development of local and nationally acclaimed musical talent in Western Australia. The film was funded by Perth media production company WBMC, headed by screenwriter/director Aidan O'Bryan and producer Janelle Landers. The film follows the rise to fame of some of Western Australia's most successful musicians. Something in the Water features more than fifty interviews with bands including Little Birdy, The Waifs, The Sleepy Jackson, Eskimo Joe, End of Fashion, Jebediah, Le Hoodoo Gurus, The Panics and Red Jezebel. The film asks whether Perth's talented spawn can be attributed to the city's isolation, the environment or the music scene itself, or whether there is, in fact, something in the water. Something in the Water premiered at the Astor Theatre in Perth and had a limited theatrical run in that city. It later was shown at the FTI Fremantle Film Festival and the 2008 WAMi Festival. An accompanying two-disc compilation of various Western Australian artists became available via MGM Distribution as well as online in January 2009. The film was screened on ABC2 on 13 May 2009. Following this national broadcast, the film was released on DVD on 3 July 2009 via MGM Distribution. The DVD includes additional interview footage with Eskimo Joe, John Butler, The Triffids, Dave Faulkner and Kim Salmon. Some people have noted that the film neglects to mention some of the more notable Perth performers from the 1970s and even 1960s. While Johnny Young makes an appearance, other performers like Glen Ingram & The Hi-Five, Bakery, The Elks, Fatty Lumpkin, Sid Rumpo, Dave Warner, The Dugites and Rip Torn & The Stockings and groundbreaking producer Martin Clark and his Clarion Records are completely ignored (although The Dugites do make an appearance on the film's soundtrack double CD release).

Der rote Blau (1971)

National Geographic: Adventure Extreme - Vol. 2 (2012)

Still a Brother: Inside the Negro Middle Class (1968)

Real McCoy (2001)

Dylan on Dylan (2002)

O hóspede (2011)

Alaska (1968)

10c/65: Brus wünscht euch seine Weihnachten (1965)

DJ Q-Bert - For Intellectual Dumasses (2007)

Kanpai! Gokigen yarou (1961)

Therion: Adulruna Rediviva and Beyond (2014)

Turtle Vision (1991)

Why Me? (1978)

Album (1970)

Song 9 (1965)

Hunting List (1994)

The Dwelling (1993)

Fantom kiler (1998)

Beautiful women living in a small Polish town are being found butchered in unspeakably grotesque ways. As the police desperately search for clues which could lead to the identity of this misogynistic masked assailant, suspicion begins to mount against the strange younger brother of one of the officers, who had been previously confined to an asylum. Will this fiendish killer be unmasked before his bloodthirsty appetite needs to be satisfied once again? Massacre Video presents Polish cult director, Roman Nowicki's gore fest, Fantom Killer (previously released as "Fantom Kiler" in the United Kingdom) completely uncut and in a newly created widescreen master!

Summer Coda (2010)

Notre-Dame de Paris (1998)

Blue October: Argue with a Tree (2004)

In Between Loves (1989)

Passing Hearts (2004)

Nie ma mocnych (1974)

Take It Easy (Polish: Nie ma mocnych) is a 1974 Polish comedy film directed by Sylwester Chęciński.

Steven Wilson: Get All You Deserve (2012)

Mindless (2006)

Mindless (Estonian: Meeletu) is a 2006 Estonian comedy film directed by Elmo Nüganen and starring Rain Simmul. It tells the story of a 40-year-old businessman who moves to the countryside. It is based on the play with the same name by Jaan Tätte. The film was made in the summer of 2006. It was released in Estonian cinemas on 5 October 2006.

Devil's Exorcist (1975)

Montecarlo Gran Casinò (1987)

Montecarlo Gran Casinò (i.e. "Monaco Gran Casino") is a 1987 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Vanzina.

Youp van 't Hek: Alles of Nooit (1991)

Stanley Jordan Trio: The Paris Concert (2008)

Manowar: Magic Circle Festival, Volume 1 (2007)

This Is the Song You Need (2004)

Alt For Egil is a 2004 Norwegian musical film directed by Tore Rygh, starring Kristoffer Joner and Trond Høvik. Egil Hjelmeland (Joner) is a pizza delivery driver who decides to teach his best friend Jan-Ove Tofte (Høvik), who is mentally retarded, how to drive the delivery car. The title is a play on 'Alt for Norge' (Norwegian: All for Norway) which is a patriotic Norwegian motto dating to World War II.

El profesor patagónico (1970)

El Profesor patagónico is a 1970 Argentine film.

Regalo di Natale (1986)

Regalo di Natale, internationally released as Christmas Present, is a 1986 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Pupi Avati. It entered the 43° Venice Film Festival, in which Carlo Delle Piane won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor. For his performance in this film Diego Abatantuono won a Nastro d'Argento for Best supporting Actor. The film has a sequel, Christmas Rematch.

Chris Rea: The Road to Hell & Back (2006)

The Enchanted Forest (1987)

El bosque animado (English: The enchanted forest) is a 1987 Spanish comedy-fantasy film directed by José Luis Cuerda, based on the eponymous novel written by Wenceslao Fernández Flórez, with a script by Rafael Azcona. The film has a large ensemble cast headed by Alfredo Landa. It was a critical success winning five Goya Awards including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor.

Loom (2012)

Get Out of the Car (2010)

Trop c'est trop (1975)

Trop c'est trop (Too Much Is Too Much) is a French comedy film directed by Didier Kaminka in 1975 Didier (Kaminka), Philippe (Ogouz) and Georges (Beller) were born the same day at the same hour in the same room as the war was ending. A few years later, in school, the three boys are courting, each in his way, the beautiful Edina (Claudia Wells), also born at the same time, such affection leave quite indifferent, so that it does not hesitate to denounce them when are too urgent. In the age of thirty, the three friends yet still have not reached their goal and they are desperate to do this one day, Edina has indeed disappeared. Abandoning the idea to live without her, the three men set off in his research and eventually find her exposed to the advances of a fashion photographer they get rid laboriously after escaping three babes enamored, Patricia (Claude Jade), Carole (Chantal Goya) and Nicole (Nicole Jamet). Only in Hell, after the accidental death of Edina, the triple suicide and a short passage to Paradise Didier Georges and Philippe will finally realize their dream! ...

Surviving the Terror (2005)

Rhys Darby Live: Imagine That! (2008)

Ein toller Einfall (1932)

A Mad Idea or A Crazy Idea (German:Ein toller Einfall) is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Kurt Gerron and starring Willy Fritsch, Dorothea Wieck and Rosy Barsony. It was made by UFA, Germany's biggest studio. The film's art direction was by Julius von Borsody.

Lee Evans: Wired and Wonderful - Live at Wembley (2002)

Running on Empty (2006)

Running on Empty (German: Der Lebensversicherer) is a 2006 German drama film directed by Bülent Akinci. It was entered into the 28th Moscow International Film Festival where Jens Harzer won the award for Best Actor.

Seifenblasen (1984)

Cerni baroni (1992)

Černí baroni (film) is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1992. In this movie starring Václav Vydra, Jan Kraus, Miroslav Donutil, Jiří Schmitzer and Ondřej Vetchý. The film is based on 1969 novel Black Barons by Miloslav Švandrlík.

Psy 2: Ostatnia krew (1994)

Dogs 2: The Last Blood (Polish: Psy 2: Ostatnia krew) is a Polish crime thriller directed by Władysław Pasikowski. The film was released on 5 April 1994 and is a sequel to 1992’s Dogs.

Faces of Death III (1985)

Faces of Death III is the second sequel to the 1978 mondo film Faces of Death. Once again, John Alan Schwartz directed (again as "Conan le Cilaire") and co wrote (as "Alan Black") along with co writer Veronica Lakewood. Michael Carr again portrays Dr. Francis B. Gröss. This third installment focuses largely on serial killers, with lengthy re-enactments of police investigations of bodies being found in a dumpster, and a staged courtroom sequence with Schwartz again making a cameo appearance as the serial killer on trial for raping and murdering a girl, allegedly captured on video. Schwartz has identified the girl allegedly killed in the video as his then girlfriend, who he claims was a willing participant. Also featured are a man in Los Angeles high on PCP, several accidents on the West German Autobahn, and a parachuter who accidentally falls into an alligator farm pond in Florida. A suicide jumper, also in Los Angeles, is shown partway into the film was portrayed by James B. Schwartz, John Alan Schwartz's brother. James B. Schwartz would later take over duties as narrator in the following films in this series.

Lee Mack: Live (2007)

The Wiggles: Here Comes The Big Red Car (2006)

Hugh Cornwell: Another Kind of Love (2010)

Michael & Me (2004)

Michael & Me is an independent, self-financed 2005 American documentary film created by Los Angeles-based radio and television talk show host Larry Elder. The direct-to-DVD documentary attempts to disprove statements made by filmmaker Michael Moore in his 2002 documentary film Bowling for Columbine about the relationship between American culture, gun ownership and increased violence. The documentary mirrors Moore's landmark 1989 documentary, Roger & Me, in tone and interview style. The film is frequently presented at conservative film festivals.

Johan Cruijff - En un momento dado (2004)

CIA: America's Secret Warriors (1997)

Pearl Jam: Touring Band 2000 (2001)

Nothing Funny (1996)

Nothing Funny (Polish: Nic śmiesznego) is a 1995 Polish drama film directed by Marek Koterski.

Love Me Like I Do (1970)

AFI: I Heard a Voice (2006)

Evil and Infamous (2007)

Raiders of the Golden Triangle (1985)

Composing Outside The Beatles: Lennon & McCartney 1973-1980 (2011)

Naan Yen Pirandhen (1972)

Flying Kiss (2014)

CAPiTA: Defenders of Awesome 2: Stay Bad Ass (2014)

Fishing at Lethe (2014)

Man and His World (1966)

Dear Miss Gloria (1946)

REC [Al-i-ssi] (2011)

The Heisters (1964)

Rain Dance (1990)

Secrets of the Scammers (2014)

Tale of an Encounter (1985)

Documentary Of AKB48 : The Future 1mm Ahead (2011)

Polka In Athens (2013)

Island Song (2013)

Laloux sauvage (2010)

The Rolling Stones: Hoodoo U Voodoo (1994)

Digest of Video Performance, 1978 - 1983 (1983)