Combat Report (1942)

Combat Report was a short dramatic propaganda film produced by the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1942, and shows the anti-submarine efforts of a bombing crew. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1943.

Together (2010)

Mistik (2003)

Xiao ying xiong da nao Tang Ren jie (1974)

Terror at Black Tree Forest (2010)

W'ere on Our Way to Rio (1944)

The Wolf's Pardon (1947)

Somewhere Between Here and Now (2009)

Zhizn Serogo Medvedya (1994)

Mr. Pecksniff Fetches the Doctor (1904)

Mi alazán tostao (1922)

Mosaic (1965)

Shakespearian Spinach (1940)

Shop Look & Listen (1940)

Contrathemis (1941)

Battle in Hell (1989)

Dinofish (2013)

The Horse (1967)

The Talk (2012)

Tweety and the Beanstalk (1957)

Tweety and the Beanstalk is a Merrie Melodies animated short starring Tweety and Sylvester. Released in 1957, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc and June Foray (uncredited). The short is the second Warner Bros. cartoon based on "Jack and the Beanstalk."

Mesa Para Dois (2012)

Suppressed Duck (1965)

Suppressed Duck is a 1965 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon starring Daffy Duck. The cartoon short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by David Detiege. It is Daffy Duck's only solo cartoon in the DePatie–Freleng series. This marks the final time Daffy appears solo, as well as the final time he says his catchphrase: "You're despicable."

Pop (1996)

Champs de Mars (1900)

Eiffel Tower from Trocadero Palace (1900)

Days with You (2009)

Aloneliness (2011)

Chilla (2014)

Pai in Love (2009)

El rey de las ficheras (1989)

Actividades del Liceo Valentín Letelier (1930)

10.000 noches en ninguna parte (2013)

Brotherly (2008)

Form Phases II (1953)

Rabbit Woman (2013)

4:13 do Katowic (2011)

A Proper Scandal (1984)

Uno scandalo perbene (internationally released as A Proper Scandal) is a 1984 Italian drama film. It represents the last film written and directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile. It is a true dramatization of the Bruneri-Canella case. The film entered the competition at the 41° Venice International Film Festival.

Booked for Safekeeping (1960)

Failure (2013)

Into the Pit: The Shocking Story of (2009)

Feng ling zhong di dao xing (1983)

Jungle Menace (1937)

Jungle Menace (1937) is the first serial released by Columbia Pictures. Based on the success of Republic Pictures's 1936 serial Darkest Africa, starring real-life animal trainer Clyde Beatty, Columbia made this exotic jungle serial starring real-life animal collector Frank "Bring 'Em Back Alive" Buck. Set in the fictional land of Seemang in Asia, Buck plays the role of Frank Hardy, a soldier of fortune who intervenes in and investigates attempts to run a rubber plantation owner and his daughter off their land. It was directed by Harry L. Fraser and George Melford, and filmed in black and white in California, USA. In 1946 material from this serial was re-edited into the 70-minute feature film Jungle Terror.

Goyescas (1942)

Goyescas is a 1942 Spanish musical film directed by Benito Perojo and starring Imperio Argentina, Rafael Rivelles and Armando Calvo. The film is an adaptation of the 1916 zarzuela Goyescas by Enrique Granados, and also drew inspiration from the work of the artist Francisco Goya. The film was part of the popular trend for operetta films in Europe during the era. Perojo had been planning the production for around a decade before it was ultimately made. The film received the Biennale Award at the 1942 Venice Film Festival.

To the End of the World... and Then a Little Bit Further (1989)

Wu du bu zhang fu (1981)

Jeune femme à sa fenêtre lisant une lettre (1983)

A Very Slow Breakfast (2003)

Der Milchshorf: La Costra Láctea (2002)

Sahasram (2010)

Ja sam tvoj Bog (1983)

De grote tovenaar (2006)

Neva (2013)

Rooftree (1967)

Rooftree (Swedish: Tvärbalk) is a 1967 Swedish drama film directed by Jörn Donner. It is based on Sivar Arnér's 1963 novel Tvärbalk.

Prebroyavane na divite zaytzi (1973)

The Hare Census (Bulgarian: Преброяване на дивите зайци / Prebroyavane na Divite Zaytsi) is a Bulgarian satiric comedy film released in 1973, directed by Eduard Zahariev, starring Itzhak Fintzi, Nikola Todev, Georgi Rusev, Evstati Stratev, Philip Trifonov and Todor Kolev. Although the film features one of the most remarkable Bulgarian actors, the biting satire of nonsensical activity made the authority keep the film away from the widespread presentation during the totalitarian system in Bulgaria. In the 1990s, after the advent of democracy, the film came into broad view and became an eminent badge for the Bulgarian Film Art from those years.

Under the Atmosphere (2014)

Pater Familias (1998)

Boucherie Halal (2012)

Trotting Match at Springfield Park, Wigan (1904)

Zombie on the Loose (2010)

O-Kay for Sound (1937)

O-Kay for Sound is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Marcel Varnel and starring the Crazy Gang troupe of comedians. After falling on hard times the members of the Crazy Gang are busking on the streets of London. However, they are hired as extras on a film set. After arriving at the studios they are mistaken for a group of potential investors and given free run of the studios, causing chaos. The film was based on a stage work by Bert Lee and R.P. Weston. It was made at Islington Studios by Gainsborough Pictures. The film's sets were designed by the art director Alex Vetchinsky.

Hall of Mirrors (1966)

I Have 3 Eggs (1990)

Pan Twardowski (1936)

Pan Twardowski is a 1936 Polish fantasy film directed by Henryk Szaro and starring Franciszek Brodniewicz, Kazimierz Junosza-Stępowski and Maria Bogda. It is one of many films based on the legend of Pan Twardowski who makes a Faustian pact to win the love of a woman.

The Fellows Who Ate the Elephant (1947)

Himalayan Herders (1997)

Doin' Time In Times Square (2007)

Cambiar el Mundo (2007)

The Iron Claw (1916)

The Iron Claw is a 1916 American silent adventure 20 episode film serial starring Pearl White, directed by George B. Seitz and Edward José, and released by Pathé Exchange. A print of the seventh episode exists in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Moon Cakes (2012)

In Our Backyard (2009)

The New World (2011)

The New World (Estonian: Uus Maailm) is a 2011 Estonian documentary film about New World Society, a citizens' initiative in Uus Maailm, Tallinn, that aims to remake neighbourhoods and change people's lives. Written and directed by Jaan Tootsen, it was presented with the award for Best Film by the Estonian Association of Film Journalists.

7 sati kasnije (2013)

Dubbed and Dangerous 3 (2004)

Nobody Here But Us Chickens (1989)

Fünftausend Mark Belohnung (1942)

Honjitsu kyûshin (1952)

Forever's Gonna Start Tonight (2009)

Naked in the 21st Century: A Journey Through Naturism (2004)

Gyémántpiramis (1985)

Godfather's Fury (1978)

With A Piece of Chalk (2012)

Die Unbesiegbaren (1953)

Die Unbesiegbaren is an East German film. It was released in 1953.

Look Who's Toxic (1990)

Bitter Coffee (1985)

Pika*nchi Life Is Hard Dakedo Happy (2002)

Pinuccio Lovero Yes I Can (2012)

Are You Popular? (1947)

Tomb of the Pistolero (1964)

Tomb of the Pistolero or Grave of the Gunfighter is a 1964 Spanish black and white western film directed by Amando de Ossorio, written by H. S. Valdés and starring George Martin, Mercedes Alonso, Silvia Solar, Todd Martens and Jack Taylor. It is composed by Daniel White.

Du sang, de la volupté et de la mort, part III: Charmides (1949)

Cross Country Cruise (1934)

Cross Country Cruise is a 1934 American romance film directed by Edward Buzzell and written by Elmer Blaney Harris. The film stars Lew Ayres, June Knight, Alice White, Alan Dinehart, Minna Gombell and Eugene Pallette. The film was released on January 15, 1934, by Universal Pictures. Parts of the film were shot in Salt Lake City, Utah.

If the Weather Permits (2004)

Luk'Luk'I: Mother (2014)

Musketier Meier III (1938)

Mustang: The House That Joe Built (1977)

Run Run It's Him (2009)

Játék (1959)

Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh (1938)

Blob Town (2010)

The Vortex (1928)

The Vortex is a 1928 British drama film directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Ivor Novello, Willette Kershaw and Simeon Stuart. It was an adaptation of the Noël Coward play The Vortex and was made by Gainsborough Studios. The film's sets were designed by Clifford Pember.

Mighty Mouse in the Trojan Horse (1946)