I Love You, Baby (2000)
I Love You, Baby is a 2000 German action thriller movie directed by Nick Lyon with Jasmin Gerat, Mark Keller, Maximilian Schell and Burkhard Driest in the lead.
Lee Evans Live: The Different Planet Tour (1996)
Agent 69 Jensen in the Sign of Sagittarius (1978)
Flesh Wounds: Seven Stories of the Saw (2006)
Moscow: Cassiopea (1974)
Moscow-Cassiopeia (Russian: Москва — Кассиопея, translit. Moskva-Kassiopeya) is a Soviet 1974 science fiction comedy film directed by Richard Viktorov based on a script by Isai Kuznetsov and Avenir Zak. Followed by Teens in the Universe (second part, 1975).
More Than Diamonds (2010)
Five Guys Named Moe (1995)
Five Feet High and Rising (2000)
Bloody Sisterly Love (2015)
Three Smart Boys (1937)
Three Smart Boys is a 1937 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas. It was the 153rd Our Gang short (154th episode, 65th talking short, and 66th talking episode) that was released.
Si wang wang lao (2000)
No One Heard the Scream (1973)
Nadie oyó gritar (English: No One Heard the Scream) is a 1973 Spanish horror film directed by Eloy de la Iglesia. The film stars two of the director’s favorite performers: Carmen Sevilla (from de la Iglesia's The Glass Ceiling) and Vicente Parra (from de la Iglesia's Cannibal Man). The plot follows a beautiful woman forced to help her neighbor after she sees him disposing the corpse of his wife on an elevator shaft. The film, daring for its time, was mutilated by the Francoist censors.
The film explores some of Eloy de la Iglesia’s recurrent themes such as voyeurism, socialism, society's class system, and homoerotic imagery. Nadie oyó gritar is not strictly a horror film, but mixes genres: drama, black comedy, suspense, road movie, character study, psychological thriller and horror, with few jolts and bloody scenes.
The Keith Jarrett Trio: Live at Open Theatre East (1993)
Russell Howard Live: Dingledodies (2009)
The League of Gentlemen Are Behind You (2006)
All My Friends Part 3 (1985)
Amici miei – Atto III (internationally released as My Friends Act III and All My Friends Part 3) is a 1985 Italian comedy film directed by Nanni Loy. It is the third chapter in the Amici Miei film series.
For this film Gastone Moschin was awarded with a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor.
Synergy: Visions of Vibe (1999)
The Garden (1995)
The Garden (Slovak: Záhrada) is a 1995 Slovak feature film in cooperation with French Artcam International directed by Martin Šulík. The film is a poetic tale of Jakub, a man in his early 30s. It reflects the relationships and desires of Jakub in the idyllic surroundings of his grandfather's garden. The film was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Ho Ho Ho (2009)
Ho Ho Ho is a Romanian Christmas-themed family comedy film starring Romanian music and TV icon Ştefan Bănică, Jr., directed by Jesus del Cerro, and produced by MediaPro Pictures as the first Romanian comedy film about Christmas.
Frankenstein: Birth of a Monster (2003)
Nathalie Granger (1972)
Nathalie Granger is a 1972 French drama film directed by Marguerite Duras.
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Off the Map (2001)
Algjör Sveppi og dularfulla hótelherbergið (2010)
Støv på hjernen (1961)
Støv på hjernen is a 1961 Danish film directed by Poul Bang and starring Helle Virkner. It is a remake of the Norwegian film Støv på hjernen from 1959.
Jasper Carrott: Beat The Carrott (1981)
Angyali üdvözlet (1984)
The Annunciation (in Hungarian: Angyali üdvözlet) is a Hungarian film directed by András Jeles in 1984, based on The Tragedy of Man (1861) by Imre Madách.
Árido Movie (2005)
Árido Movie is a 2005 Brazilian drama film written and directed by Lírio Ferreira. It premiered in the Horizons section at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival. Released in Brazil in 2006, it was nominated for Best Film at the 2007 Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro.
Les horizons morts (1951)
Yakuza tai G-men (1973)
Portrait of the Wind (2005)
The Kentucky Derby (1922)
The Kentucky Derby is a 1922 American silent adventure film directed by King Baggot and starring Reginald Denny. It is based on a Broadway play The Suburban by Charles T. Dazey. It was produced and distributed by Universal Film Manufacturing Company. Denny's first starring feature-length movie.
The film survives today.
Rob Roy (1922)
Rob Roy is a 1922 British silent historical film directed by W.P. Kellino and starring David Hawthorne, Gladys Jennings and Simeon Stuart. It depicts the life of the early 18th century outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor.
Gol de Cuba (2013)
The Fatal Warning (1929)
The Fatal Warning is a 1929 mystery film serial directed by Richard Thorpe. The film is considered to be a lost film, with no prints known to exist.
Ein hoffnungsloser Fall (1939)
A Hopeless Case (German: Ein hoffnungsloser Fall) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Erich Engel and starring Jenny Jugo, Karl Ludwig Diehl and Hannes Stelzer.
The film's sets were designed by Karl Weber.
Gaiety Girls (1938)
Paradise for Two is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Thornton Freeland and starring Jack Hulbert, Patricia Ellis and Arthur Riscoe. It is also known by the alternative title Gaiety Girls. A chorus girl is mistaken for a millionaire's girlfriend.
It was made at Denham Studios. The film's sets were designed by Vincent Korda. It was a loose remake of the 1933 German film And Who Is Kissing Me?.
Samson is 1936 French drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Harry Baur, Gaby Morlay and André Lefaur. It was based on the 1908 play of the same title by Henri Bernstein, which had previously been made into three silent films. The film was shot at the Joinville Studios in Paris, with sets designed by the art director Guy de Gastyne.
Himmel, Scheich und Wolkenbruch (1976)
The Head of Janus (1920)
The Head of Janus (German: Der Janus-Kopf) is a 1920 German horror silent film directed by F. W. Murnau. The film was an unauthorized adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but the source material went unrecognized by some of the German media due to changes in the characters' names.Released on 17 September 1920 by the Lipow Co., this is one of Murnau's lost films. The screenplay was written by Hans Janowitz, who collaborated with Carl Mayer on the script for The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919). While the film itself does not survive, the scripts and related production notes do. Because the film is lost, its full length is unknown.
High Octane 3 (2002)
Guns of El Chupacabra II: The Unseen (1998)
Animusic 2 (2005)
Stomp Out Loud (1997)
Stomp Out Loud is a 1997 musical produced by HBO that featured the Brighton, UK and Manhattan-based dance troupe known as Stomp. The film is 44 minutes long and provides footage from the Broadway performances as well as scenes shot solely for the film. The film transforms ordinary objects and moments to make music in an unexpected way. There is hardly any dialogue in the film, but the movement of the actors display the unspoken words. The location of the scenes vary from the inside of a truck, under a bridge, the streets on a rainy day, the kitchen of a restaurant, and in the air with the actors suspended. The objects used to make the music vary from basketballs, broomsticks, socks, and trash cans.
Coffee Crazy (2004)
Vier Meerjungfrauen (2001)
Between Men and the Gods (2017)
Das bumsfidele Heiratsbüro (1973)
The Wind in the Willows (1949)
Movie Show: The Last Jedi (2018)
Viel Lärm um Nixi (1942)
Much Ado About Nixi (German: Viel Lärm um Nixi) is a 1942 German comedy film directed by Erich Engel and starring Jenny Jugo, Albert Matterstock and Hans Leibelt. It was shot at the Cinecittà studios in Rome. A separate Italian-language version was also produced.
Counsel's Opinion (1933)
Counsel's Opinion is a 1933 British romantic comedy film starring Henry Kendall and Binnie Barnes. It was one of three films directed in Britain in the early 1930s by Canadian-American Allan Dwan and was an early production from Alexander Korda's London Films. Counsel's Opinion was based on a 1931 Gilbert Wakefield play and was remade, again by London Films, in 1938 as The Divorce of Lady X starring Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon.
Stürme der Leidenschaft (1932)
Ich vertraue Dir meine Frau an (1943)
I Entrust My Wife to You (German: Ich vertraue Dir meine Frau an) is a 1943 German comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Heinz Rühmann, Adina Mandlová and Werner Fuetterer. In order to keep an eye on his wife, who he suspects of wishing to commit adultery while he is away at an international conference, an inventor asks his friend to keep any eye on her. His wife in turn suspects that he is planning to have an affair with his secretary while he is away.
On Your Back (1930)
On Your Back is a 1930 American drama film directed by Guthrie McClintic and written by Howard J. Green. The film stars Irene Rich, Raymond Hackett, H. B. Warner, Wheeler Oakman, Marion Shilling and Ilka Chase. The film was released on September 14, 1930, by Fox Film Corporation. A trailer exists in the Library of Congress collection.
Me and My Girl (1939)
The Lambeth Walk is a 1939 British musical comedy film directed by Albert de Courville and starring Lupino Lane, Sally Gray and Seymour Hicks. It was an adaptation of the 1937 musical Me and My Girl, and was released under that title in the U.S. The film takes its British title from the play's best known song The Lambeth Walk. The star of the musical, Lupino Lane, reprised his lead role in the film.
The Lone Wolf's Daughter (1929)
The Lone Wolf's Daughter is a lost 1929 feature silent film with talking sequences, music and sound effects. It was directed by Al Rogell and stars Bert Lytell. It was produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures.
Previously filmed as a silent, The Lone Wolf's Daughter in 1919.
Confidential Lady (1940)
Confidential Lady is a 1939 British comedy drama film, directed by Arthur B. Woods and starring Ben Lyon and Jane Baxter. It is now classed as a lost film.
I Am Sebastian Ott (1939)
I Am Sebastian Ott (German: Ich bin Sebastian Ott) is a 1939 German crime film directed by Willi Forst and starring Forst, Gustav Diessl and Trude Marlen. Some of the film was shot by the assistant director Viktor Becker.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Kurt Herlth and Werner Schlichting. It was shot partly at the Sievering Studios in Vienna. It premiered at the Gloria-Palast in Berlin shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War.
The plot revolves around art fraud with Forst playing the dual role of twins, one honest and the other corrupt.
The Lilac Domino (1937)
The Lilac Domino is a 1937 British operetta film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Michael Bartlett, June Knight and Fred Emney. It was made at Welwyn Studios with sets designed by Oscar Friedrich Werndorff. It is based on the 1918 version of the operetta The Lilac Domino.
Love Me and the World Is Mine (1927)
Love Me and the World Is Mine (1928) is an American silent romantic film directed by Ewald André Dupont (E.A. Dupont) and released by Universal Pictures.
Girls for Sale! (1927)
The Bordello in Rio or The Women's House of Rio (German: Das Frauenhaus von Rio) is a 1927 silent drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Vivian Gibson, Albert Steinrück and Hans Stüwe. It was based on a novel by Norbert Jacques which was remade twice as Blondes for Export (1950) and Final Destination: Red Lantern (1960). In the United States, the film was re-edited by Bud Pollard and released as Girls for Sale.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Otto Erdmann and Hans Sohnle. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studio in Berlin and on location in Hamburg.
Porong Porong Rescue Mission: Pororo's 10th Anniversary Special (2013)
Joy and the Dragon (1916)
Joy and the Dragon is a surviving 1916 silent film directed by Henry King and starring himself and 'Baby' Marie Osborne. It was produced at the Balboa Amusement Producing Company and distributed by the Pathé Exchange.
Copies survive in London (BFI) and Valencia Spain (Instituto Valenciano De Cinematografia).
On Our Own Land (1948)
On Our Own Land (Slovene: Na svoji zemlji) is a 1948 film directed by France Štiglic. It was the first Slovene sound feature film. It was released on 21 November 1948 in Union Cinema (Kino Union) in Ljubljana, received great public acclaim, and was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.
The Night God Screamed (1971)
The Night God Screamed is a 1971 American psychological horror film, independently made on a low budget by Lasky/Carlin Productions (producers Ed Carlin and Gil Lasky, with Lasky writing the screenplay). Due to the sensitivities connected with displaying such a provocative title, theater owners in small town and rural communities were offered the option of using the short alternative appellation, Scream.
Copyrighted in 1971 and intermittently distributed between 1971 and 1974 by exploitation producer Jerry Gross' soon-to-be-bankrupt Cinemation Industries, the sparsely exhibited feature was directed by Lee Madden and gave top billing to Academy Award nominee (Best Actress for 1949's Pinky) Jeanne Crain, whose previous two film appearances were in 1962 and 1967, with her one remaining film credit, a year after filming The Night God Screamed, being a fifth-billed supporting role in MGM's big-budget airplane drama Skyjacked.
Czar of Broadway (1930)
The Czar of Broadway is a 1930 American Pre-Code film produced and distributed by Universal Pictures, directed by William James Craft, and starring John Wray and Betty Compson.
Erotic Journey (1993)
Chained Heat 2001: Slave Lovers (2001)
Napping House & Other Stories That Rhyme (2011)
Sissy Frenchfry (2006)
Sissy Frenchfry is a 2005 gay short film directed by J.C. Oliva and starring Steven Mayhew, Ross Thomas, and Leslie Jordan. It is a high school political fable that explores what happens when personal freedoms are sacrificed to promote a culture focused on winning games, financial success, and power.
Electric Angel (1981)
Circus Today (1940)
Circus Today is a 1940 nine-minute animated short film released to theaters by Warner Bros. on June 22, 1940. Directed by Tex Avery and written by Jack Miller, the film was a part of the Merrie Melodies series produced by Leon Schlesinger and distributed by The Vitaphone Corporation.
Bukas na lang kita mamahalin (2000)
Canelo vs. Lara (2014)
Lucero: Bright Stars on Lonesome Nights (2005)
Night of the Hell Hamsters (2006)
Night of the Hell Hamsters is a 2006 comedy horror short film in which demonic possessed hamsters terrorize a young babysitter and her boyfriend. It was rated 6.4/10 on IMDb.
The Ordinary Things We Do (2014)
Mauban: Ang resiko (2014)
Tudo o que é sólido pode derreter (2005)
Gorgon Video Magazine (1989)
Dentro del bosque (2009)
Sesame Street: Furry Red Monster Parade (2010)
Free Kitchen (2014)
Flying with You (2012)
TAP: Perfect Education (2013)
Barney: Rhyme Time Rhythm (2000)
Three Days Grace: Live at the Palace 2008 (2008)
White Angel (1994)
White Angel is a 1994 British thriller film directed by Chris Jones and starring Harriet Robinson, Peter Firth and Don Henderson. A crime writer is approached by a serial killer who wishes her to tell his story to the world.
Crown v. Stevens (1936)
Crown v. Stevens is a 1936 British crime thriller film directed by Michael Powell. It was made as a quota quickie.
Uncle David (2011)
Uncle David is a 2010 British black comedy film directed by David Hoyle, Gary Reich, and Mike Nicholls. It was produced by Reich and stars Hoyle, an English performance artist, in the titular role alongside English pornographic actor Ashley Ryder. Developed collectively under the banner of the Avant-Garde Alliance, it was filmed in October 2009. Created without a script, every scene was improvised and filmed in a single take.
Set in a caravan park on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, South East England, a young man with a childlike mind named Ashley (Ryder) arrives to stay with his Uncle David (Hoyle). Escaping from his abusive mother, Ashley enters into a sexual relationship with his uncle who offers his insights into the world and the nature of reality. Eventually Ashley tells David that he wants to die, and David agrees to carry out the killing.
The film premiered on 25 March 2010 at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival held in the BFI Southbank in central London. Reviews were mixed, but the film won several awards at international film festivals. It was released on DVD by Peccadillo Pictures in 2011.
Batman and the Pizza Time part 1 (2017)