Black Flowers (2009)

The Ultimate Ride-Shaun White (2008)

Ladies Lake (1934)

Lake of Ladies or Ladies Lake (French: Lac aux dames) is a 1934 French drama film directed by Marc Allégret and starring Rosine Deréan, Simone Simon and Illa Meery. The film's sets were designed by the art director Lazare Meerson. It is based on a novel by Vicki Baum. It was released by the French branch of Tobis Film.

Chek (2000)

Commediasexi (2006)

Commediasexi is an Italian comedy movie released in 2006.

Mei luan tou jia (1989)

Bare Essence of Life (2009)

Hans Teeuwen: Met een Breierdeck (1997)

Grateful Dead: Downhill from Here (1989)

Downhill from Here is a concert performance video by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded at Alpine Valley Music Theatre, near East Troy, Wisconsin, in July, 1989. It was released by Monterey Home Video, on VHS in 1997 and on DVD in 1999, and has a running time of 2 hours 30 minutes. It was also released on LaserDisc in 1997 by Pioneer Entertainment. Most of Downhill From Here was recorded July 17, 1989. However, the last four songs of the first set — "Row Jimmy", "When I Paint My Masterpiece", "When Push Comes to Shove" and "The Music Never Stopped" — have been replaced with the last three songs of the first set from July 19: "West L.A. Fadeaway", "Desolation Row", and "Deal". "The Music Never Stopped", from July 17, is included in the albums Weir Here and Fallout from the Phil Zone. The latter also includes "Box of Rain" from July 19, and "Foolish Heart", from that date, is a bonus track on Built to Last. The word play of the title refers to the venue's winter purpose as a downhill skiing facility, and to the dates being the last of the tour. It also refers to the gradient of Alpine Valley's general admission section and perhaps to the notion, as well as opinion of several members of the Grateful Dead, that 1989 through 1990 was the band's final peak period.

Backstage (2012)

Robbie Williams: The Robbie Williams Show (2002)

Strange Invasion (1974)

Extraña invasión, also known as Stay Tuned for Terror, is a 1965 Argentine-American science fiction film directed by Emilio Vieyra and starring Richard Conte, Jorge Rivera López, Eddie Pequenino, Anna Strasberg and Mónica Cahen D'Anvers. A young Adolfo Aristarain was assistant director during filming, credited as "Adolfo Aristain".

La guerra è finita (2002)

W.S.S. Thriftettes (1918)

Fuses (1967)

Parade of the Dead (2010)

Wüstenspringmaus (2002)

3:6 Until Sunrise (2013)

Alle Jahre wieder (1967)

Alle Jahre wieder is a 1967 West German drama film directed by Ulrich Schamoni. It was entered into the 17th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize.

M-Clan Retrovision (2006)

Pening Pening Lalat (1990)

Tears in Heaven (2012)

Circus Friends (1956)

When Marlow's circus comes to town they find that the field they usually use is not available because they didn't pay the farmer last year...

Guns of Dragon (1993)

Mananayaw (2014)

Everything but the Girl: Like the Deserts Miss the Rain (2002)

Prigionieri della guerra (1995)

Front Range Freaks (2003)

Jumping Beans (1922)

Color Cry (1952)

Flesh and the Woman (1954)

Flesh and the Woman (French: Le Grand Jeu) is a 1954 French drama film directed by Robert Siodmak. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. It was released in the USA under the title Flesh and the Woman, and in the UK as The Card of Fate. It is a remake of the 1934 film Le Grand Jeu.

Be Human (1936)

Be Human is a 1936 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop and Grampy. It is now in the public domain.

Atsui yoru (1965)

Death Haunts Monica (1976)

Trouble (2019)

Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor (1986)

To Sleep Next to Her (2004)

To Sleep Next To Her (Italian: Volevo solo dormirle addosso) is a 2004 Italian drama film directed by Eugenio Cappuccio. It entered the Midnight section at the 61st Venice International Film Festival.

Fat in the Saddle (1968)

Revenge of the Zebra Mini-Skirt Police (2010)

If There Weren't Any Blacks You'd Have to Invent Them (1974)

Whither? (1957)

The Condemned (1976)

The Village Blacksmith (1923)

The Village Blacksmith is a 1922 American drama film directed by John Ford and produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. One of the eight reels survives at the UCLA Film and Television Archive, and therefore the film is considered to be lost. It was adapted from the poem of the same name by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Storytelling Giant (1988)

To Seduce an Enemy (2003)

Battle of Mafeking (1900)

Hatch (2009)

Soviet Elegy (1989)

Birds, One (1968)

The Magic of Herself the Elf (1983)

Orquestra Geração (2011)

Monsieur Beaucaire (1924)

Monsieur Beaucaire is a 1924 American silent romantic historical drama film starring Rudolph Valentino in the title role, Bebe Daniels and Lois Wilson. Produced and directed by Sidney Olcott, the film is based on Booth Tarkington’s 1900 novel of the same name and the 1904 play of same name by Tarkington and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland.

Sleepy Eyes of Death 5: Sword of Fire (1965)

When Kyoshiro saves the life of a woman being attacked on the road, he’s sucked into a deadly conspiracy involving a corrupt chamberlain, a wily merchant, the survivors of a pirate gang, and a missing treasure trove.

Under the Pavement Lies the Strand (1975)

Under the Pavement Lies the Strand (German: Unter dem Pflaster ist der Strand) is a 1975 West German black and white drama film directed by Helma Sanders-Brahms. This low-budget film was her first feature film. Prior to making the film, Sanders-Brahms had little to no distinct contact with the women's rights movement.

Don't Give Up the Sheep (1953)

Don't Give Up the Sheep is a 1953 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and released by Warner Bros. Pictures featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Mel Blanc provided for the voices of all the characters in this cartoon, however, like all Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog shorts, this short is mostly composed of visual gags. That is the first short featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog and is the prototype for the following 6 episodes. The title is a play on the expression "Don't Give Up the Ship".

Seether: One Cold Night (2006)

Bunny Mooning (1937)

Anjos do Arrabalde (1987)

Anjos do Arrabalde (English: Angels of the Outskirts) is a 1987 Brazilian drama film directed by Carlos Reichenbach. In November 2015, Anjos do Arrabalde was chosen by the Brazilian Association of Film Critics (Abraccine) one of the 100 best Brazilian films of all time.

Tina Turner: Rio '88 (1988)

Bosko Shipwrecked! (1931)

Bosko Shipwrecked is a 1931 one-reel short subject featuring Bosko; part of the Looney Tunes series. It was released on September 19, 1931 and is directed by Hugh Harman, the first Looney Tunes short to only have one director (as well as the first short to not be directed or co-directed by Rudolf Ising). The film score was composed by Frank Marsales.

Îlé Aiyé (2004)

Days of Forgiveness (2010)

Argila (1969)

Argila is a 1969 West German drama film directed by Werner Schroeter and starring Carla Egerer, Magdalena Montezuma and Sigurd Salto. The film was part of the developing New German Cinema movement, and along with Eika Katappa (also 1969) established Magdalena Montezuma as the star of German underground filmmaking.

Dear Louise (1972)

Dear Louise (French: Chère Louise) is a 1972 French drama film directed by Philippe de Broca. It was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival.

Boop-Oop-A-Doop (1932)

Boop-Oop-a-Doop is an animated short film created by Fleischer Studios in January 16, 1932 as part of the Talkartoon series.

Case Of The Disjointed Murder (1977)

The Enchanted World of Danny Kaye: The Emperor's New Clothes (1972)

Pixillation (1970)

Israel's Secret Weapon (2003)

New York Nights (1929)

New York Nights is a 1929 crime film directed by Lewis Milestone. It is based on 1928 play Tin Pan Alley by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. The film is known for being leading actress Norma Talmadge's first sound film.

The Big Shot (1931)

The Big Shot is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Earl Baldwin, Hal Conklin, George Dromgold and Joseph Fields. The film stars Eddie Quillan, Maureen O'Sullivan, Mary Nolan, Roscoe Ates and Belle Bennett. The film was released on December 18, 1931, by RKO Pictures.

Mysterious Mose (1930)

Mysterious Mose is a 1930 Fleischer Studios Talkartoon animated short released through Paramount Pictures. It was released in late December the same year. This film contains an early version of Betty Boop and the studio's star, Bimbo. Mysterious Mose was a song from early 1930, first performed by Walter Doyle and his Orchestra. There are numerous recordings of the song, including Cliff Perrine and his Orchestra and R. Crumb & His Cheap Suit Serenaders. It was written by Walter Doyle and recorded for Columbia in April 1930 by Rube Bloom and His Bayou Boys.

Birth of a Notion (1947)

Birth of a Notion is a Looney Tunes cartoon animated in 1946 and released in 1947. It was reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies cartoon, with the ending theme song still being that of the Looney Tunes cartoon. It features Daffy Duck, as well as a dog named Leopold and an unnamed mad scientist. Director Robert McKimson used his "Barnyard Dawg" character design as Leopold, while the scientist is a caricature, both visually and vocally, of Peter Lorre. The title is a play on The Birth of a Nation, but there is no other connection to that 1915 film. Birth of a Notion is one of three shorts that had been scheduled for direction by Bob Clampett before he left Warner Bros. Cartoons; the other two were Bacall to Arms and The Goofy Gophers, both of which were finished by Arthur Davis. Mel Blanc voiced Daffy Duck, Leopold and Joe Besser Duck, while an uncredited Stan Freberg voiced the mad scientist.

Arabian Tights (1933)

Watch the Birdie (1965)

Running Away with Blackie (2009)

Quartiere (1987)

Quartiere (also known as Neighborhood) is a 1987 Italian drama film written and directed by Silvano Agosti. The film was entered into the main competition at the 44th edition of the Venice Film Festival.

Carousel Maki: Yoru wa watashi o nurasu (1974)

Ski-napper (1964)

Flying South (1937)

The Existence (2007)

Better Days Ahead (1989)

Better Days Ahead (Portuguese: Dias Melhores Virão) is a 1989 Brazilian comedy-drama film directed by Carlos Diegues.

Race Riot (1929)

Race Riot is a 1929 animated short subject, featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. The short concerns Oswald trying to convince his horse, Mopey, to run in a horse race and win it. The cartoon is noted for being the first entirely produced and directed by Walter Lantz. It was released by Universal Pictures on September 2, 1929.

The Music Racket (1930)

The raven... Nevermore (1999)

Jay and Silent Bob Get Irish: The Swearing o' The Green! (2012)

Film icons Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes take their live comedy show to Ireland for two sold out nights at the Vicor St. Theatre in Dublin.

Der Hausarzt (1910)

Blur: Live at Hyde Park, London (2010)

Season of the Troll (2001)

Ninja Commandments (1987)

RINGO or: The Story of a Couple Who Tried to Revitalize Their Relationship But Instead Ruined a Child (2012)

Hatsu Yume (1981)

Africa Squeaks (1940)

Africa Squeaks is a 1940 American animated cartoon in the Looney Tunes series starring Porky Pig. It was directed by Bob Clampett, animated by John Carey, Dave Hoffman, Izzy Ellis, Norman McCabe, and Vive Risto, with musical direction by Carl Stalling. The cartoon is a parody of the movie Stanley and Livingstone starring Spencer Tracy and Cedric Hardwicke. The title parodies the 1930 documentary Africa Speaks!

Bienvenido/Welcome 2 (2006)

Dirty Maria (1998)

Kino (2012)

The Hole Idea (1955)

The Hole Idea is a 1955 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. It was the last cartoon about black-and-white sequences. He was also the sole animator on the short, as this was during the time he was re-assembling his unit after the brief 1953 shutdown of Warner Bros. Animation. It was a "one shot" short; that is not starring a regular Looney Tunes character.

Lost Girl (2012)

Theresienstadt (1944)

Theresienstadt. Ein Dokumentarfilm aus dem jüdischen Siedlungsgebiet (English: Terezin: A Documentary Film from the Jewish Settlement Area) was a black-and-white projected Nazi propaganda film shot in the concentration camp of Theresienstadt. In the summer of 1944, the Nazi government had perpetrated a hoax against the Danish Red Cross by taking them on a tour of the Theresienstadt concentration camp in the occupied Czechoslovakia. They "beautified" and cleaned the camp prior to arrival and arranged cultural activities to give the appearance of a happy, industrious community. To cover up the endemic overpopulation of the camp, numerous inmates were deported to Auschwitz before the arrival of the Red Cross delegation. The gimmick was so successful that SS commander Hans Günther attempted to expand on it by having Kurt Gerron, a Jewish actor-director, make a short film about the camp to assure audiences that the inmates kept there were not being abused. In return, the Nazis promised that he would live. Shooting took 11 days, starting September 1, 1944. Shortly after Gerron finished shooting the film, however, both he and other cast members were "evacuated" to Auschwitz, where they were gassed upon arrival. The film was intended to be shown in neutral countries to counter Allied news reports about the persecution of Jews. Influential organisations such as the International Red Cross and the Vatican would be given screenings. However, the progress of the war in late 1944 to early 1945 made that impossible. After an initial screening in early April 1945 to senior members of the government and SS, there were a few other screenings to international humanitarian groups in Theresienstadt in April 1945. Further distribution was halted by the defeat of Germany. The film was mostly destroyed, but about 20 minutes of sequences from it have survived. The surviving footage features a children's opera, Brundibár, and two musical performances on a wooden pavilion in the town square. One is of Karel Ančerl conducting a work by Pavel Haas, and the other is of the jazz band leader Martin Roman and his Ghetto Swingers. Ančerl and Roman both survived Auschwitz; most of their musicians and the children from the opera did not. The "Beautification", the Red Cross tour, and the making of the film are dramatized extensively in the novel and mini-series War and Remembrance. Austerlitz, a novel by W.G. Sebald, features discussion of and a still from the film. It is also explored in documentary film The Given Town.

Âmes et rythmes (1962)