Der Bettler vom Kölner Dom (1927)

The Beggar from Cologne Cathedral (German:Der Bettler vom Kölner Dom) is a 1927 German silent crime film directed by Rolf Randolf and starring Henry Stuart, Elza Temary and Carl de Vogt. A detective on the trail of a gang of criminals traces them to Cologne. The film's art direction was by Gustav A. Knauer.

Skizo (2006)

Phobia (2010)

A Handful of Love (1974)

A Handful of Love (Swedish: En handfull kärlek) is a 1974 Swedish drama film directed by Vilgot Sjöman. It was entered into the 24th Berlin International Film Festival. At the 10th Guldbagge Awards the film won the awards for Best Film and Best Director.

Prog Rock Britannia (2009)

The Liberation of Auschwitz (1986)

Who Do You Think You're Fooling? (1994)

Jon Richardson: A Little Bit OCD (2012)

Historia de la frivolidad (1967)

Two Anonymous Letters (1945)

Due lettere anonime, internationally released as Two Anonymous Letters, is a 1945 Italian war-drama film directed by Mario Camerini. For this film Andrea Checchi won a Silver Ribbon for Best Actor.

Each Dawn I Crow (1949)

Der lustige Krieg des Hauptmann Pedro (1959)

Sacred Waters (1960)

Sacred Waters (German:An heiligen Wassern) is a 1960 Swiss drama film directed by Alfred Weidenmann and starring Hansjörg Felmy, Cordula Trantow and Hanns Lothar. It was based on a novel by Jakob Christoph Heer, which had previously been made into a film in 1932.

Revue um Mitternacht (1962)

Midnight Revue (German:Revue um Mitternacht) is an East German musical film directed by Gottfried Kolditz and starring Christel Bodenstein, Manfred Krug and Werner Lierck. It was released in 1962.

Con el viento solano (1967)

With the East Wind (Spanish: Con el viento solano) is a 1966 Spanish drama film directed by Mario Camus. It was entered into the 1966 Cannes Film Festival.

Como dos gotas de agua (1964)

Como dos gotas de agua is a 1963 Spanish musical comedy film directed by Luis César Amadori, scored by Gregorio García Segura and starring Pili and Mili.

Atraco a las tres (1962)

Atraco a las tres (Robbery at 3 o'clock) is a 1962 Spanish comedy film directed by José María Forqué. It is inspired by Mario Monicelli's masterpiece Big Deal on Madonna Street

Katrina's Dream (2018)

The Tower (2017)

Das Lied der Matrosen (1958)

The Sailor's Song (German: Das Lied der Matrosen) is an East German black-and-white film directed by Kurt Maetzig and Günter Reisch. It was released in 1958.

El cerro de los locos (1960)

The Little Apartment (1959)

El Pisito is a 1959 Spanish comedy film directed by Marco Ferreri. The Spanish Ministry of Culture forced the producers to sign the film as co-directed by Spaniard Isidoro M. Ferry. It was co-written by famous Spanish screenwriter Rafael Azcona, who collaborated with Ferreri throughout his career. The film was a huge flop when it was released in Spain, but nowadays is a cult classic. The film had troubles with Spanish censorship. In the film, Marco Ferreri and Carlos Saura appear in cameos.

Historias de Madrid (1958)

La venganza (2007)

Vengeance (Spanish: La venganza) is a 1958 Spanish drama film directed by Juan Antonio Bardem. It was co-produced with Italy, starring Italian Raf Vallone. Francisco Rabal narrates the film. It was shown at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival but not released in Spain until the following year. The film had serious troubles with Spanish censorship. Bardem even went to prison and it was an international scandal. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

La tía de Carlos en mini-falda (1966)

Tante Frieda - Neue Lausbubengeschichten (1965)

Tante Frieda – Neue Lausbubengeschichten is a 1965 West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Elisabeth Flickenschildt, Hans Kraus and Gustav Knuth. It is based on the 1907 novel Tante Frieda by Ludwig Thoma.

The House in Montevideo (1951)

The House in Montevideo (German: Das Haus in Montevideo) is a 1951 West German comedy film directed by Curt Goetz and Valérie von Martens and starring Goetz, von Martens, Albert Florath and Lia Eibenschütz. It is an adaptation of Goetz's 1945 comic play The House in Montevideo. Goetz and von Martens had frequently played the lead parts on the stage. The play was later adapted into another film of the same title in 1963.

Der Vogelhändler (1962)

The Bird Seller (German: Der Vogelhändler) is a 1962 West German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Cornelia Froboess, Peter Weck and Albert Rueprecht.It is an operetta film, based on the stage work of the same title by Carl Zeller. Several other film adaptations have also been made. It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and at Linderhof Palace in Bavaria. The film's sets were designed by the art director Rolf Zehetbauer.

Red Cross Girls (1958)

Red Cross Girls (Spanish: Las Chicas de la Cruz Roja) is a 1958 Spanish film directed by Rafael J. Salvia. It is a musical romantic comedy.

Un beso en el puerto (1966)

Un beso en el puerto is a 1965 Spanish motion picture. The film was directed by Ramón Torrado, and stars Manolo Escobar, Ingrid Pitt, Antonio Ferrandis, María Isbert and Manuel Alexandre.

Muss i denn zum Städtele hinaus (1962)

I Must Go to the City (German: Muss i denn zum Städtele hinaus) is a 1962 West German romance film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Vico Torriani, Barbara Frey and Monika Dahlberg. Its title is a reference to the traditional German song. It was made at the CCC Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Mellin.

La mano en la trampa (1961)

The Hand in the Trap (Spanish: La Mano en la trampa) is a 1961 Argentine film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, based on a novel by Beatriz Guido. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the FIPRESCI Prize.

Un drôle de dimanche (1958)

Sunday Encounter is the US title for a 1958 French comedy-drama film, Un drôle de dimanche. It was directed by Marc Allégret and stars Arletty, Bourvil and Danielle Darrieux with Jean-Paul Belmondo making an early appearance.

Morgen wirst du um mich weinen (1959)

Willy, der Privatdetektiv (1960)

Willy the Private Detective (German: Willy, der Privatdetektiv) is a 1960 West German comedy film directed by Rudolf Schündler and starring Willy Millowitsch, Renate Mannhardt and Rudolf Platte.

Tokyo Trial (2018)

Planet of the Female Invaders (1966)

Rootin' Tootin' Roundup (1989)

Domnul de la curte (2014)

A Woman Called Job (2014)

A Sense of Humor (2012)

A Hick a Slick and a Chick (1948)

Walk Like a Man (2008)

Walk Like a Man, full title Walk Like a Man: A Real Life Drama About Blood, Sweat & Queers is a 2008 Australian documentary film about gay rugby union co-produced and co-directed by Patricia Zagarella and Jim Morgison and narrated by Australian former rugby league international Ian Roberts. Filmed in San Francisco, Sydney, Australia and New York, it concentrates on preparations for the 2006 New York final of the Bingham Cup (Mark Kendall Bingham Memorial Tournament), effectively the World Cup of gay rugby union, by the two finalist teams, the reigning incumbent champions San Francisco Fog RFC and the up-and-coming rivals, the Sydney Convicts. The Convicts end up winning the Cup with a score of 16-10. The prize is named after Mark Bingham, a gay rugby player and a member of San Francisco Fog, and a 9/11 hero, was a passenger on United Airlines Flight 93 and courageously stormed the cockpit and prevented the hijackers from hitting their eventual target. The film was released in February 2008. It was shown on Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) and also shown on Logo TV

ChickenHawk (1994)

Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys is a 1994 award-winning documentary produced, written and directed by Adi Sideman. The film profiles members of the pedophile/pederasty organization North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) who discuss sexual relationships between men and boys below the age of consent. The film is an exposé on the group's controversial beliefs and their clandestine lifestyle. Sideman's evenhanded approach provides the audience with an insight into the group members' psyches. The film has drawn attention for its unique approach: letting its subjects, the NAMBLA members, incriminate themselves in a public forum. Since its release, the film has been screened for the FBI, university criminology departments and other law enforcement agencies. The term "chickenhawk" is used in gay slang to refer to an older man who chases after younger men.

Paranormal Parody (2011)

Ulterior Motives: Reality TV Massacre (2016)

Faded Dreams (2007)

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Alpha's Magical Christmas (1994)

Repeat Offenders: Jamais Vu (2011)

Le cinéma dans l'oeil de Magnum (2017)

JarJar Binks: The F! True Hollywood Story (2014)

The Beatles with Tony Sheridan (2004)

Prince and the Revolution LIVE! (1985)

Prince and the Revolution: Live is a live concert video by Prince and The Revolution. Released after the tour itself was complete, the video is a recording of the March 30, 1985 concert in Syracuse, New York. The concert was also broadcast live throughout Europe as the final act of the 15th "Rock Night", an all-night show of four concerts staged by West German public broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk as part of its Rockpalast series that was simulcast by the Eurovision network of European TV stations.

Across the Border (1922)

Ferrell Takes the Field (2015)

The Fabulous Bastard from Chicago (1969)

The Fabulous Bastard from Chicago is a 1969 feature film produced by David F. Friedman. It was a combination of gangster and sexploitation genres, inspired by the success of Bonnie and Clyde (1967).

The Bare Hunt (1963)

The Christmas Tree Train (1983)

Lash of the Scorpion (2003)

High School Gig (2010)

Shells for Shelley (2010)

Terror 2000 - Intensivstation Deutschland (1994)

Camp Blood: The Musical (2006)

Camp Blood: The Musical is a 2006 '80s style slasher musical underground film by Tanner Barklow, Jefferson Craig, and Thomas Hughes. The movie follows six teenagers (a virgin, jock, whore, nerd, rebel and goth) who arrive at Camp Blood to work as counselors for the summer but instead find themselves terrorized by a killer in a ski mask.

Paris à tout prix, dans les coulisses d'une élection (2001)

Pareja enloquecida busca madre de alquiler (1990)

Bad Girls for the Boys (1966)

Aster and Sidney (2016)

Citizen Langlois (1995)

Man in a Room (2010)

Gatorbait II: Cajun Justice (1988)

'Gator Bait II: Cajun Justice is a 1988 sequel to the 1974 film 'Gator Bait, written, produced and directed by Beverly Sebastian and Ferd Sebastian. Largely ignored upon release, the film received a second life on cable television and on home video.

Some Other Stories (2010)

You Can't Do Everything at Once, But You Can Leave Everything at Once (2013)

Hitler's Secret Attack on America (2012)

El cadáver exquisito (2011)

El magnifico extranjero (1967)

The Art Of Villainy (2016)

16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards (2011)

Abbado - Lucerne Festival Orchestra: Gustav Mahler (2007)

Claudio Abbado has realised a dream with his new Lucerne Festival Orchestra. The orchestra, an exclusive ensemble of handpicked orchestral musicians, opens up new dimensions in the interpretation of symphonic music with exceptional soloists such as violinist Kolja Blacher, cellist Natalia Gutman and clarinettist Sabine Meyer filling the first desks. Claudio Abbado is undeniably a supreme Mahler conductor and his recordings with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra have set new standards in interpretation of works by Gustav Mahler. His long-time association with the composer ensures a marvellous reading of the Sixth Symphony, especially as he has long been the work’s most respected interpreter. The sixth symphony – first performed in 1906 and sometimes referred to as “Tragic” – ends on a much sadder, almost nihilistic, note than most of the other Mahler symphonies. This imposing music is captured live in a performance marked by awesome silences and towering climaxes conjured by the Lucerne Festival Orchestra. The DVDs were filmed in August 2006 using state-of-the-art equipment to take full advantage of the new and acoustically superb Concert Hall Lucerne.

Gala from Berlin 2011 (2011)

This year the Berliner Philharmoniker and their musical director Sir Simon Rattle welcome the New Year together with multi-awarded Russian pianist Evgeny Kissin. Kissin's musicality, the depth and poetic quality of his interpretations, and his extraordinary virtuosity have placed him at the forefront of today's pianists.

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2010 (2010)

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2014 (2014)

The 16th Annual 'A Home for the Holidays' (2014)

The Fifth Sun (2018)

The Woman with 7 Personalities (2004)

40 Year Old Virgins (2013)

Ships of Slaves: The Middle Passage (1997)

Anachronox: The Movie (2002)

All Aboard the Magical Music Express (2014)

La mia vita a stelle e strisce (2003)

My Life as a Stars and Stripes is a 2003 film directed by and starring Massimo Ceccherini, released in Italian cinemas on October 31, 2003.

Blossom Again (2005)

RINGwhispers (2015)

Ethan (1964)

Peyote to LSD: A Psychedelic Odyssey (2008)

Snow (2008)

Snow (Bosnian title: Snijeg) is the 2008 debut film by Aida Begić.

Now That's Funny! On Set with TV's Hottest Comedies: A Paley Center for Media Special (2014)

Los pequeños gigantes (1960)

Conny und Peter machen Musik (1960)

Conny and Peter Make Music (German: Conny und Peter machen Musik) is a 1960 West German musical comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Cornelia Froboess, Peter Kraus and Gustav Knuth.It is set in a hotel in Lake Lugano, which is a glacial lake situated on the border between southern Switzerland and northern Italy. The lake, named after the city of Lugano, is situated between Lake Como and Lago Maggiore. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Franz Bi and Bruno Monden.

La poupée (1962)

La poupée is a 1962 French-Italian science fiction film directed by Jacques Baratier. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.

Sin Began with Eve (1958)

Mañana será otro día (1967)