Burning Daylight (1928)

Burning Daylight is a 1928 silent dramatic action adventure film directed by Charles Brabin and starring Milton Sills and Doris Kenyon, a real-life married couple. It was produced and distributed by First National Pictures and based on a novel by Jack London. It was previously filmed by Metro Pictures in 1920.

Monkey Business (1926)

Monkey Business is a 1926 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 48th Our Gang short subject released.

Summertime (2001)

Summertime is a 2001 South Korean film directed by Park Jae-ho and starring Ryu Soo-young and Kim Ji-hyun. A remake of the controversial Philippine film Scorpio Nights (1985), the film was also inspired by the Gwangju massacre.

Hiroshima (1953)

The Fugitive (1910)

The Fugitive is a 1910 American drama film directed by D. W. Griffith. Prints of the film survive at the film archive of the Library of Congress and at George Eastman House. The script was by John MacDonagh, who would later fight in the Easter Rising under the command of his brother, Thomas MacDonagh, one of the seven signatories of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic, who would be executed by the British along with 15 other leaders after the Rising.

The Beginning and the End (1960)

Bidaya wa Nihaya is a 1960 Egyptian film directed by Salah Abouseif and based on the novel by the same name. It was the first film adapted from a novel written by Nobel Prize winner Naguib Mahfouz.

Bim (1954)

The Werewolf (1913)

The Werewolf (1913) is a silent film short that is considered the first werewolf film. It was directed by Henry MacRae, produced by Bison Film Company, and released by Universal Film Manufacturing Company. The script is by Ruth Ann Baldwin, based on the short story "The Werewolves" (1898) by Henry Beaugrand. It is now considered a lost film, all prints supposedly having been destroyed in a 1924 fire at Universal Studios.

L'éxilé (1980)

A Trip to Mars (1910)

Maya (1949)

Cavalcade (2005)

Cabaret (1993)

Cabaret is a 1966 musical with music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Joe Masteroff, based on John Van Druten's 1951 play I Am a Camera, which was adapted from the short novel Goodbye to Berlin (1939) by Christopher Isherwood. Set between 1929-1930 in Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power, it focuses on the nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, and revolves around American writer Cliff Bradshaw and his relationship with English cabaret performer Sally Bowles.

Gospodin za edin den (1983)

King for a Day is a Bulgarian comedy-drama film released in 1983, directed by Nikolay Volev, starring Todor Kolev and Itzhak Fintzi. The screenplay is written by Nikola Statkov based on his short stories “The Outlander” and “The Mister”.

The Liar (1981)

The Liar is a 1981 Finnish comedy film directed by Mika Kaurismäki.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1908)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1908 silent horror film starring Hobart Bosworth, and Betty Harte in her film debut.

Rendezvous in Paris (1982)

Rendezvous in Paris is a 1982 Franco-German film directed by Gabi Kubach and starring Claude Jade, Harald Kuhlmann and Barry Stokes. It is based on a novel by Vicki Baum.

No Regrets (2001)

The Life of Moliere (1909)

Carmen (1967)

Secuestro (2005)

Moving Day (1936)

Moving Day is a 1936 American animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by United Artists. The cartoon, set during the contemporary Great Depression, follows the antics of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy as they frantically pack their belongings after being dispossessed from their home. The film was directed by Ben Sharpsteen and includes the voices of Walt Disney as Mickey, Clarence Nash as Donald, Pinto Colvig as Goofy, and Billy Bletcher as Sheriff Pete.

Dois Perdidos numa Noite Suja (1970)

Drive (2002)

Partners of the Trail (1931)

Partners of the Trail is a 1931 American western film directed by Wallace Fox and starring Tom Tyler, Betty Mack and Lafe McKee.

The Constant Nymph (1928)

The Constant Nymph is a 1928 British silent film drama, directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Ivor Novello and Mabel Poulton. This was the first film adaptation of the 1924 best-selling and controversial novel The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy. The theme of adolescent sexuality reportedly discomfited the British film censors, until they were reassured that lead actress Poulton was in fact in her 20s.

Sirup (1990)

Sirup is a 1990 Danish drama film written and directed by Helle Ryslinge. It was entered into the main competition at the 47th Venice International Film Festival.

The Traveller (2009)

The Traveller is an Egyptian film directed by Ahmed Maher. The story takes place in the course of three days of the life of Hassan, the octogenarian protagonist, played by Khaled El Nabawy as the young Hassan and Omar Sharif as the older Hassan. The three days of Hassan's life represents key events in modern Egyptian history: the first is the Nakba in 1948, the second is the 6th of October War in 1973, and the third is 9/11 in 2001.

Nejlepsi clovek (1954)

Nejlepší člověk is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1954.

Recompense (1925)

Recompense is a lost 1925 American drama film directed by Harry Beaumont and written by Dorothy Farnum. It is based on the 1924 novel Recompense by Robert Keable. The film stars Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, John Roche, George Siegmann, Charles Stevens and Virginia Brown Faire. The film was released by Warner Bros. on April 26, 1925.

The Wizard of Oz (1933)

The Wizard of Oz (1933) is an animated short film directed by Ted Eshbaugh. The story is credited to "Col. Frank Baum." Frank Joslyn Baum, a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army and eldest son of writer L. Frank Baum, was involved in the film's production, and may have had an involvement in the film's script, which is loosely inspired by the elder Baum's novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It runs approximately eight and a half minutes and is nearly absent of language, working mainly with arrangements of classical music created by Carl W. Stalling. The film was originally made in Technicolor, but because it was made without proper licensing from the Technicolor Corporation (which limited use of its 3-strip process to Disney), it was released in black and white after a lawsuit forbade the release of the film in color.

After School (2014)

Blueprint (2007)

Miami (2014)

Terrifier (2011)

Window (1976)

Is Everybody Happy? (1929)

Is Everybody Happy? (1929) is an American Pre-Code musical film starring Ted Lewis, Alice Day, Lawrence Grant, Ann Pennington, and Julia Swayne Gordon, directed by Archie Mayo, and released by Warner Bros. The music for the film was written by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke, except for "St. Louis Blues" by W. C. Handy and "Tiger Rag". The film's title comes from Lewis's catchphrase "Is everybody happy?" The film's soundtrack exists on Vitaphone discs preserved at the UCLA Film and Television Archive, but the film itself is considered a lost film, according to the Vitaphone Project website. A five minute clip from the film can be found on YouTube. Lewis and his orchestra also appeared in a short subject called Is Everybody Happy? (1941), consisting of musical numbers cut from the Abbott and Costello feature film Hold That Ghost (1941) released by Universal Studios. Columbia Pictures released a feature-length biopic of Lewis also titled Is Everybody Happy? (1943).

Billy Boy (1970)

Delirium (2005)

A Promise (1998)

Musallat (2007)

Haunted (Turkish: Musallat) is a 2007 Turkish horror film directed by Alper Mestçi about a young Turkish guest-worker who it is haunted by dark visionsin Berlin. The film, which opened nationwide on November 16, 2007 (2007-11-16) was one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2007.

Srimanthudu (1971)

Under Age (1964)

Under Age is a 1964 black-and-white film written and directed by Larry Buchanan. The melodramatic plot revolves around a woman from Dallas, where the film was made, who goes on trial charged with encouraging her 14-year-old daughter to have sex with a 16-year-old Mexican boy.

Open Window (2010)

Chastity (2005)

Hades Project Zeorymer (1988)

Tosca (2003)

Gandhinagaril Unniyarcha (2017)

E.M.P. 333 Days (2018)

An Electro Magnetic Pulse weapon is detonated, North America is forced to live in pre industrial conditions. Anything electrical is useless, creating anarchy. An 11 year old girl must fend and fight for herself while trying to find her father.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (2019)

Christmas brings the ultimate gift to Aldovia: a royal baby. But first, Queen Amber must save her family and kingdom by unwrapping a monarchy mystery.

The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth (2015)

Venice (2010)

Air Hostess (1959)

The Christmas Tree (1991)

The Christmas Tree is a 1991 animated Christmas television special. It was produced and directed by Flamarion Ferreira, under her production company Flamarion Ferreira Films.

Father (2000)

Father is a 2000 Chinese film directed by the writer Wang Shuo. To date, it is Wang's first and only directorial effort. The film is based on Wang's own novel, Wo Shi Ni Baba. Despite being partially backed by the state-run Beijing Film Studio, Father suffered from years of bureaucratic red tape. Made in 1996, the film was not screened until 2000, when it surreptitiously premiered at the 2000 Locarno International Film Festival.

Je t'attendrai (1939)

Jackpot (2015)

Jackpot is a 2015 Vietnamese comedy film directed by Dustin Nguyen. The film won the Golden Kite Prize and was selected as the Vietnamese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.

Over The Rainbow (1997)

Horsing Around (2005)

Sonny (1922)

Sonny is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Henry King and starring Richard Barthelmess, Margaret Seddon and Pauline Garon.

Inspiration (1915)

Inspiration is a 1915 American silent drama film written by Virginia Tyler Hudson and directed by George Foster Platt and starring Audrey Munson. It is notable for being the first non-pornographic American film to feature full nudity of a woman. On reissue in 1918, the film was called The Perfect Model. All copies of the movie are believed to have been lost.

Dharti (1970)

Dharti ("Earth") is a 1970 Bollywood action film directed by C.V. Sridhar. The film stars Rajendra Kumar and Waheeda Rehman. It is a remake of the 1969 Tamil language film Sivandha Mann that starred Sivaji Ganesan.

Al-ikhtiyar (1970)

The Choice is a 1970 Egyptian drama and mystery film directed by Youssef Chahine.This film has been music composed by Ali Ismail.The film starring Ezzat El Alaili, Seif El Dine and Mahmoud El-Meliguy in the lead roles.

Mother (1992)

588 rue paradis is a 1992 semi-autobiographical film written and directed by French-Armenian filmmaker Henri Verneuil. The film's principal cast includes Richard Berry, Claudia Cardinale and Omar Sharif. It was preceded by Mayrig, the first autobiographical movie of Henri Verneuil.

Cyrano de Bergerac (1900)

Cyrano de Bergerac is a 1900 French short drama film directed by Clément Maurice, featuring Benoit Constant Coquelin as Cyrano. It was shown at the 1900 Paris Universal Exposition. The film, tinted with color and synchronized to a wax cylinder recording, is thought to be the first film made with both color and sound.

Re Lear (1910)

King Lear is a 1910 Italian silent historical drama film directed by Gerolamo Lo Savio and starring Ermete Novelli, Francesca Bertini and Olga Giannini Novelli. It is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's King Lear.

The Miracle (1912)

The Miracle (1912), is a British silent full-colour film, using a hand-coloured process similar to Pathéchrome. Produced by Joseph Menchen and directed by Michel Carré, it is among the very first full-colour feature films to be made. It stars Maria Carmi, Ernst Matray, Florence Winston and Douglas Payne, and was filmed on location in Austria.

Oil's Well (1929)

Oil's Well is a short animated film starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, and produced by Walter Lantz Productions. It is the 2nd Lantz Oswald film and the 54th in the entire series.

When the Cat's Away (1929)

When the Cat's Away is a 1929 Mickey Mouse short film produced by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. In it, Mickey and Minnie are the size of regular mice, and Tom Cat is the size of a person.

Parable (1964)

Parable is a 1964 American short Christian film written and directed by Rolf Forsberg, made for the Lutheran Council and became popular when first screened at the 1964 New York World's Fair in 1964, and again in 1965 at the Protestant Pavilion. The film depicts Christ as a clown and the world as a circus and is considered both a revolutionary Christian film and one which proved to be influential.

The Angel's Egg (2006)

Angel's Egg is a 2006 Japanese romantic melodrama film directed by Shin Togashi and based on a novel by Yuka Murayama.

Saudade (2011)

Saudade is a 2011 Japanese comedy film directed by Katsuya Tomita.

Khu gam (1995)

Sunset at Chaophraya is a 1996 romantic-drama film directed by Euthana Mukdasanit. Adapted from the novel Khu Kam by Thommayanti, the story is a love triangle, set in World War II-era Thailand, and depicts the star-crossed romance between an Imperial Japanese Navy officer and a Thai woman who is involved with the Free Thai resistance.

Gopher Broke (2004)

Gopher Broke is a 2004 computer-animated short film written and directed by Jeff Fowler and executive produced by Tim Miller at Blur Studio. The film is about a hungry gopher who hatches a clever plan to get a quick snack, but discovers that even the best laid plans can go udderly awry.

The Claw (1917)

Belly (2011)

Children of Heaven (2012)

The Castle (1964)

The Castle (Danish: Slottet) is a 1964 Danish family film directed by Anker Sørensen and starring Malene Schwartz.

Terra Nova (2008)

Novaya Zemlya (English title: Terra Nova) is an action film, directed by Aleksandr Melnik and released in 2008. The film stars Konstantin Lavronenko, Andrei Feskov, Marat Basharov, Pavel Sborshchikov, Sergei Zhigunov, Aleksandr Samoylenko, Tommy 'Tiny' Lister and Ingeborga Dapkunaite. It was filmed in Russia, Ukraine, Malta and Norway.

Courage (1984)

FIND IT... OR DIE! A 72-mile marathon to glory in New Mexico by Pete Canfield (Ronny Cox, Deliverance, Robocop, Total Recall), Roger Bower (Art Hindle, Black Christmas, The Octagon, The Brood) and Craig Jensen (Tim Maier, Psycho II, Coward of the County) turns into a nightmarish fight for survival when the three men are tracked and hunted by a feral band of commandos armed with full weaponry and motorcycles. Led by Colonel Crouse (M. Emmet Walsh, Blade Runner, Blood Simple, Critters), the renegade group maneuvers to kill their two-legged prey. Lois Chiles (Moonraker, Death on the Nile) and William Russ (Wanted: Dead or Alive, Dead of Winter) co-star in this tense action-packed thriller where man's true survival instincts are tested.

Gigolo (2005)

Kano (2011)

Together (1971)

Together is a 1971 film directed by Sean S. Cunningham. Cunningham's first film attracted Wes Craven who wanted to be in the film business. This was Craven's first credit. Cunningham and Craven would later work on The Last House on the Left. The film features a young Marilyn Chambers, billed under her real name, Marilyn Briggs, before she starred in Behind the Green Door.

Dysmorphia (2012)

The Perfect Woman (2004)

Ecstasy (2013)

The Phantom Rider (1936)

The Phantom Rider is a 1936 Universal movie serial.

Vera (2013)

This Is My Land (2006)

Against All (1990)

Konfetti (2014)

The Day After (2009)

How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)

Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) and Chuck Jones, the genius behind Warner Bros.' classic animation, collaborate to bring Dr. Suess' beloved Christmas story to the screen--How The Grinch Stole Christmas. The green and small-hearted Grinch hates Christmas, and he desperately wants to make all the Whos in the town of Whoville as miserable on Christmas as he is. He tries every underhanded trick he can think of to steal the every material vestige of the holiday, but he can't remove the spirit of Christmas from the hearts of the Whos.

The Snow Queen (1986)

The Snow Queen (Finnish: Lumikuningatar) is a 1986 Finnish fantasy film directed by Päivi Hartzell. The film was selected as the Finnish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 60th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Barabbas (2012)

Barabbas is a 2012 American-Italian television movie directed by Roger Young.

Supernova (2014)

Atheist America (2015)

"The Atheist Experience," produced in Austin, Texas, is the only atheist TV show in the United States. Every Sunday afternoon, two atheists debate callers for one hour, on camera. ATHEIST AMERICA portrays the show, its protagonists, and the discussions between the hosts and callers. The debates between believers and skeptics are funny, touching and shocking in turn, and they're interspersed with footage of the very public religious displays common in the state of Texas. The film is an intimate, concentrated, and entertaining insight into the culture wars, and is sure to provoke inspiration as well as frustration, no matter which side of the divide you fall on.

Bratz: Rock Angelz (2005)

Revenge! (1971)

Revenge! is a 1971 American made-for-television horror thriller film directed by Jud Taylor and starring Shelley Winters, Bradford Dillman and Stuart Whitman. The film premiered as the ABC Movie of the Week on November 6, 1971.

The Immortals (1974)

Nemuritorii is a 1974 Romanian historical-adventure drama film. This film was directed by Romanian director Sergiu Nicolaescu. It was released on 22 January 1974 in Hungary.