Yaji and Kita: The Midnight Pilgrims (2005)

Yaji and Kita: The Midnight Pilgrims is a 2005 Japanese film directed by Kudo Kankuro. The film stars several well-known and highly respected Japanese actors.

405 (2000)

405 is a three-minute film released in June 2000 and produced by Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt. It was the first short film to become widely distributed on the Internet and briefly became a media sensation. 405 is an example of one of the first, if not the first, viral film properties. In the year it was released, film critic Roger Ebert referred to 405 as "the most famous short film in the history of the Internet."

The Vampire Wedding (1993)

Svatba upírů is a Czech comedy film directed by Jaroslav Soukup. It was released in 1993.

Flottans överman (1958)

La merveilleuse vie de Jeanne d'Arc (1929)

Saint Joan the Maid or The Marvellous Life of Joan of Arc is a 1929 French-German silent historical drama film directed by Marco de Gastyne and starring Simone Genevois, Fernand Mailly and Georges Paulais.

Figlio delle stelle (1979)

Policía (1987)

Sky Scrappers (1957)

Winter (1969)

Life (1993)

Den mandlige husassistent (1938)

Nunca pasa nada (1963)

Nunca pasa nada or Nothing Ever Happens is a 1963 Spanish-French drama film directed by Juan Antonio Bardem. Starring a mixed cast of French and Spanish actors it was shot both in Spanish and French. It was a commercial flop at its time.

Leedvermaak (1989)

Leedvermaak is a 1989 Dutch drama film directed by Frans Weisz. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Mickey Mouse in Vietnam (1968)

Short Subject is a 16mm American underground animated short film. The director was Whitney Lee Savage ; the producer and head designer was Milton Glaser. The short was produced under the auspices of a studio named Max Cats and Whittesey Sledge Studios. It features the Disney character Mickey Mouse being shipped to Vietnam during the war. Moments after arriving, he is shot dead. It was produced independently in 1969 and has a total running time of one minute. It received an award from the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen in 1970. The film was lost for many years until April 22, 2013, when a YouTube user uploaded the video. Five years later, on July 31, 2018, the full short was discovered and uploaded by another YouTube user; this version includes opening and closing titles, both of which were absent in the 2013 upload, as well the audio track, which until then it was assumed that it was completely lost. The music prominently used in the soundtrack is The Gonk by Herbert Chappell, which was popularized by George Romero's horror film Dawn of the Dead.

Dog Heaven (1927)

Dog Heaven is a 1927 Our Gang short silent comedy film directed by Anthony Mack. It was the 68th Our Gang short that was released.

Immaturi - Il viaggio (2012)

Wine for the Confused (2004)

Wine for the Confused is a documentary hosted by John Cleese. It is a light-hearted introduction to wine for novices. Cleese guides viewers through the basics of wine types and grape varieties, wine making, wine tasting and terminology, buying and storing wines, through direct narrative and interviews with wine makers and wine sellers. The film duration is 92 minutes and includes visits to wineries in California. The film concludes with a large group conducting a blind wine tasting. One of the tasting results was the fact that most tasters could not distinguish between red wine and white wine. Another was that most tasters rated an inexpensive wine equal in taste to an expensive prestige wine, and both of these out scored the rest of the mid-priced and high-priced wines in the blind test.

Nightmare 2: The Nightmare Continues (2014)

So You Want to Be on the Radio (1948)

Lars and Peter (2009)

Mechanics of the Brain (1926)

Mechanics of the Brain is a 1926 Soviet documentary film directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin, a popularization of Ivan Pavlov's studies in classical conditioning. The picture is considered the first Russian popular science film. The motion picture is the first independent work of Pudovkin as a director and also marks the start of his collaboration with cinematographer Anatoli Golovnya.

Rippling Romance (1945)

The Poet & Peasant (1945)

Oscar. The color of destiny (2008)

Cold Winter Sun (2004)

El Corte (2018)

An Interesting Story (1904)

An Interesting Story is a 1904 British short silent comedy film, directed by James Williamson, showing a man so engrossed in his book he is dangerously oblivious to what happens around him.

Erst die Arbeit und dann? (1985)

The black moon (1989)

Vivir mata (1991)

Silver-beet face (1987)

The Romance of Book and Sword (1987)

The Romance of Book and Sword is a 1987 Hong Kong film by Ann Hui, based on Louis Cha's novel The Book and the Sword. The film was followed by Princess Fragrance, released later in the same month and also directed by Ann Hui. The films are among the earliest Hong Kong films to be completely shot in mainland China with a full mainland Chinese cast.

Tirano Banderas (1993)

Emine, The Leaning One (1975)

Agentti 000 ja kuoleman kurvit (1983)

Agentti 000 ja kuolema kurvit was a 1983 Finnish spy comedy film directed by Visa Mäkinen and written by Ismo Sajakorpi. The film stars Ilmari Saarelainen as James Bond impersonator Joonas G. Breitenfeldt and Tenho Saurén as a bank robber. English actor John Wood also makes an appearance as Agent 009, and his serious, wooden portrayal of the character stands in contrast to the outrageous antics of the other members of the cast contributing to further humour. Finnish actress Kielo Tommila stars as the reporter Ulla Salla and the main love interest of Agent 000. "000" or "nolla-nolla-nolla" as it was advertised, was then the Finnish national emergency call number.

La settimana al mare (1981)

Era una notte buia e tempestosa (1985)

Ito: Diary of an Urban Priest (2010)

Ito – a Diary of an Urban Priest is a 2010 documentary film by Finnish director Pirjo Honkasalo shot in Tokyo and portraying a young Buddhist priest Yoshinobu Fujioka.

Virgin Lips (1930)

Put k Prichalu (1962)

Maddalena (1954)

Maddalena is a 1954 Italian drama film directed by Augusto Genina. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.

Thirty-three (1965)

Thirty Three is a 1965 Soviet comedy film directed by Georgiy Daneliya.

A Nation Awakens (1932)

Más allá del espejo (2006)

Only Decent People (2012)

Junior Army (1942)

Junior Army is a 1942 American film directed by Lew Landers, starring Freddie Bartholomew, Billy Halop, and Huntz Hall, and released by Columbia Pictures.

Peropero: Breakdown in Tokyo (2017)

Bonitinha, Mas Ordinária (2013)

Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story (1999)

Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story is a TV miniseries that aired on CBS on November 7 and November 10, 1999.

A Trip to Mars (1918)

Himmelskibet, Excelsior / A Trip to Mars / Das Himmelschiff is a 1918 Danish film about a trip to Mars. In 2006, the film was restored and re-released on DVD by the Danish Film Institute. Phil Hardy says it is "the film that marked the beginning of the space opera subgenre of science fiction," but notes that Denmark did not make another science fiction film until Reptilicus in 1962.

Kyor-ogly (1965)

Yoso (1963)

Ahviaasta (2003)

President Coolidge, Taken on the White House Grounds (1924)

The Vampire Dancer (1912)

How to Have an Accident at Work (1959)

¡Semos peligrosos! (uséase Makinavaja 2) (1993)

Ezo Gelin (1968)

¿Quién mató a Mariano Ferreyra? (2013)

Retrato de mujer con hombre al fondo (1997)

Sem Essa, Aranha (1970)

Baby Dolls Behind Bars (2012)

New Times at Crossroad Street (1999)

Riders of the Dawn (1937)

Riders of the Dawn is a 1920 American silent western film directed by Jack Conway and starring Roy Stewart, Claire Adams, and Joseph J. Dowling.

Tilly in a Boarding House (1912)

Love, etc. (1996)

Los nuevos españoles (1974)

Linked (1996)

Barcarole (1935)

Der Generalmanager oder (2006)

Lady Country Doctor (1958)

Gaston & Leo in Hong Kong (1988)

Ao no ekusoshisuto: Kuro no iede (2011)

A Feather in His Collar (1946)

Sex & Perestroika (1990)

I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat (2011)

Poor old Sylvester he never seems to be smart enough to outwit Tweety.

A Ship Is Born (1942)

A Ship Is Born is a 1942 short WWII propaganda film produced by Warner Bros. about the U.S. Merchant Marine. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1943.

Kings of the Turf (1941)

Kings of the Turf is a 1941 American short documentary film about horse racing, directed by Del Frazier. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 14th Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).

Junk (2006)

In Dutch (1931)

Maya (2013)

Gravity (1984)

Alaska Johansson (2013)

Heimliches Rendezvous (1949)

Pontcarral, colonel d'empire (1942)

Rainbow (2005)

Rainbow is a 2005 Chinese film written and directed by Gao Xiaosong, starring Chen Daoming.

Friends (2000)

Salaam-E-Ishq (2007)

Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love is a 2007 Indian romantic drama. Directed by Nikkhil Advani, it featured an ensemble cast of stars including Akshaye Khanna, Ayesha Takia, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, John Abraham, Vidya Balan, Govinda, Shannon Esra, Sohail Khan and Isha Koppikar in lead roles. The movie weaves six love stories together thanks to the relationships of the people within it. The film was Advani's second directorial venture after Kal Ho Naa Ho and remake of the Hollywood movie Love Actually. The shooting for the film begun in 2004 and was finished by 2006. The movie released on 26 January 2007. The film met with negative reviews from critics and recorded as disaster at the box-office.

Look Out Below (1929)

Look Out Below is a 1919 short comedy film starring Harold Lloyd. Prints of this film survive.

Tom-ic Energy (1965)

Tom-ic Energy is a 1965 Tom and Jerry cartoon directed and produced by Chuck Jones and the eighth short in Jones' series of Tom and Jerry cartoons. The name is a pun on atomic energy. The music of this cartoon is primarily based on Paganini's Moto Perpetuo with other music and sound effects mixed in with the theme which crops up throughout the cartoon.

Advance and Be Mechanized (1967)

Advance and Be Mechanized, released in 1967, was the penultimate Tom and Jerry cartoon. It was directed by Ben Washam and produced by Chuck Jones, and is the third and final outer space themed shorts from the Chuck Jones era, following O-Solar Meow, and Guided Mouse-ille both released earlier in 1967. It is the last Tom and Jerry cartoon with Dean Elliott as the music composer.

Guided Mouse-Ille (1967)

Guided Mouse-ille is a 1967 Tom and Jerry cartoon, produced by Chuck Jones and directed by Abe Levitow. It was the second of three space-age Tom and Jerry shorts to be released in the Chuck Jones era, though taking a look at the MPAA code at the beginning of the cartoon would suggest that Guided Mouse-ille was the first of the three cartoons to be produced. According to episode number, it is the last Tom and Jerry cartoon to feature music by Eugene Poddany. However, O-Solar Meow could be the last specific cartoon according to the MPAA code to be produced. The cartoon was animated by Don Towsley, Tom Ray, Dick Thompson, Ben Washam, Ken Harris and Philip Roman, with music by Eugene Poddany and backgrounds by Thelma Witmer.

Love on a stick (1922)

Kjærlighet paa pinde: sommerspøk i 4 akter is a Norwegian silent film from 1922. The comedian August Schønemann played Alexander Snobmann in his only film role. A bright future had been anticipated for him in silent film, but he died in 1925.

The 1002nd Ruse (1915)

The 1002nd Ruse is a 1915 Russian comedy film directed by Yevgeny Bauer.

Sir Norbert Smith, a Life (1989)

Norbert Smith: A Life, also released as Sir Norbert Smith: A Life, is a 1989 mockumentary television film, charting the life and career of the fictitious British actor Sir Norbert Smith. It stars Harry Enfield in the title role. It was written by Harry Enfield and Geoffrey Perkins and directed by Geoff Posner.

The Book of Law (2009)

The Book of Law is a 2009 Iranian film directed by Maziar Miri, written by Mohammad Rahmanian, and produced by Mohsen AliAkbari. The film is about a Lebanese woman and convert to Islam struggling with the contrast between the behaviour of Iranian Muslims and the principles of Islamic religion. The film stars Parviz Parastui and Darine Hamze.

Sundae in New York (1983)

Sundae in New York is a 1983 American animated short film directed by Jimmy Picker and starring Scott Record. The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 56th Academy Awards.

The Great Cognito (1982)

The Great Cognito is a 1982 Oscar-nominated claymation short directed by Will Vinton.

Iddaru Mitrulu (1999)

Iddaru Mitrulu is a 1999 Tollywood drama film which was directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. This film stars Chiranjeevi, Sakshi Sivanand and Ramya Krishna. The film was released on 30 April 1999 to positive reviews.

Up to a Certain Point (1984)

Up to a Certain Point is a 1983 Cuban movie directed by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. It focuses on a theater director who starts up a relationship with a female dockworker. However, his machismo complicates matters.