Margin for Murder (1981)
Bo sha (1981)
Unglassed Windows Cast a Terrible Reflection (1953)
Unglassed Windows Cast a Terrible Reflection is a 1953 American short film directed by Stan Brakhage, which was made at the beginning of his long career. Shot while Brakhage's native Denver, the film stars Larry Jordan (credited as Lawrence Jordan) who later went on to become a film director. Filming was done in Nevadaville, Colorado. Like his other films at the time, it was shot on 16mm film, is black and white and features no dialogue.
One Day... (2001)
Hear the Song of the Wind (1981)
Devil's Circuit (1988)
Qyteti më i ri në botë (1974)
The Black Secret (1919)
The Black Secret is a 1919 American adventure film serial directed by George B. Seitz. The film was recorded in both Fort Lee, New Jersey, as well as in the nearby Hudson Palisades. Recording took place during a time when many of the early 20th century film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based there. The film is currently considered to be lost.
The Hero of the Circus (1926)
Maciste in the Lion's Cage (Italian:Maciste nella gabbia dei leoni) is a 1926 Italian silent adventure film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Bartolomeo Pagano, Elena Sangro and Luigi Serventi. It was part of the popular Maciste series of films. It was the penultimate film of the silent series, followed by The Giant of the Dolomites (1927)
Steadfast Stanley (2014)
Playgirl 70 (1969)
Wakai hito (1937)
Det forbudte landshold (2003)
The Forbidden Team(film) (Danish: Det forbudte landshold) is a 2003 Danish documentary film directed by Rasmus Dinesen and Arnold Krøjgaard. The leading cast consists of association football trainers Jens Espensen and Michael Nybrandt, the Tibet national football team and at the conclusion the Greenland national football team. Star-part is being played by the 14th Dalai Lama.
The film was rewarded as the Best Feature Film on the Krasnogorski International Filmfestival in Moscow, Special Mention on the FID in Marseilles and the Audience Award on the International Sport Movies & TV Festival in Milan. The final match against Greenland was broadcast live by the radio station Free Tibet.
Kachi Kachi Yama (1965)
Ghost Story: Foreign Ghost (1963)
Le Petit Bonhomme Vert (2013)
King of the Forest Rangers (1946)
King of the Forest Rangers (1946) is a Republic film serial.
Bhotu Shah Ji Kuttange (2004)
Guide to the Flipside of British Cinema (2010)
Maattukaara Velan (1970)
Ocean Butterfly (2006)
Les Filles d'Eve et du Serpent (2014)
Forbidden Fruit (2001)
Forbidden Fruit is a 2000 German/Zimbabwean short documentary film written and directed by Sue Maluwa-Bruce. Filmed in Zimbabwe, the film depicts the romantic relationship between two women, and the aftermath of the discovery of their relationship.
La Creacion (2009)
Signes de vie (2004)
Bill Maher: Stuff That Struck Me Funny (1995)
The Scoundrel (1988)
The Scoundrel (Azerbaijani: Yaramaz, Russian: Мерзавец) is a full-length Azerbaijani film shot in Baku in 1988. Directed by Vagif Mustafayev, this comedy film exposes the corruption and the decadence of the late Soviet bureaucracy in Azerbaijan SSR through the eyes of a naive Azerbaijani adult man, Hatem, played by Georgian actor Mamuka Kikaleishvili.
The Kid Stakes (1927)
The Kid Stakes is a 1927 Australian silent black and white comedy film written and directed by Tal Ordell.The screenplay is based on characters created by Syd Nicholls in his comic strip, Fatty Finn.
The raven... Nevermore (1999)
You're Invited to Mary-Kate & Ashley's Christmas Party (1997)
Blur: Live at Hyde Park (2010)
Sweet Bunch (1983)
Sweet Bunch (Greek: Γλυκιά Συμμορία, tr. Glykia Symmoria) is a 1983 Greek dramatic experimental independent underground art film directed by Nikos Nikolaidis. The film, produced by Vergeti Brothers and the Greek Film Center, is the second part of the "Years of Cholera" trilogy beginning with The Wretches Are Still Singing (1979) and ending with The Loser Takes It All (2002) which deals with the last decades of the twentieth century. The original Greek title directly references the Greek title of the 1969 Sam Peckinpah film The Wild Bunch (Greek: Άγρια Συμμορία, tr. Agria Symmoria). The film uses as background music the 1958 song "Sugartime" written by Charlie Phillips and Odis Echols as well as the 1940 song "Sweet Mara" (Greek: «Γλυκιά Μαράτα,» tr. "Glykia Marata") composed by Leo Rapitis to lyrics by Kostas Kofiniotis which was performed by Kakia Mendri. It was distributed by the Greek Film Center in Greece and by Restless Wind abroad.
Mother's Heart (1969)
Cuore di mamma (also known as Mother's Heart) is a 1969 Italian comedy drama film directed by Salvatore Samperi.
The Dancing Fool (1932)
The Dancing Fool is a 1932 Fleischer Studios Talkartoon animated short film starring Betty Boop, Bimbo, and Koko the Clown.
Ardent Summer (1973)
Furia infernal, known in English-speaking territories as Ardent Summer, The Hot Days or, in the Carne Sobre Carne: Intimidades de Isabel Sarli documentary rendering, The Horny Days, is a 1973 Argentine drama film directed by Armando Bó and starring Isabel Sarli.
Ninja Commandments (1987)
Young and Healthy (1933)
The Kindness of Women (2011)
El fascista, doña Pura y el follón de la escultura (1983)
Banks of the Nile (1911)
The Relay (1927)
Malibu Beach Party (1940)
Malibu Beach Party is an American one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Merrie Melodies series, produced in Technicolor and released to theaters on September 14, 1940 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. It was produced by Leon Schlesinger and directed by I. Freleng, with musical supervision by Carl W. Stalling. It is a parody of the very popular radio comedy series, The Jack Benny Show.
Malibu Beach Party marks the first use of the yellow concentric circles in the opening Merrie Melodies logo as well as the last use of the opening theme's early orchestration.
Eric Soya's '17' (1965)
Sytten (English title: Erik Soya's 17) is a 1965 Danish coming-of-age sex comedy directed by Annelise Meineche and starring Ole Søltoft and Ghita Nørby. Søltoft plays a 17-year-old high school student who discovers the youthful excesses of sexual desire during his summer vacation in 1913. Based upon the semi-autobiographical 1953 novel by Carl Erik Soya, Sytten was a financial success for the Palladium Film company and ushered in a wave of erotic films such as the Bedside-films and Zodiac-films, most of which starred Søltoft.
Miss Nightingale (1974)
The name Florence Nightingale calls to mind "The Lady with the Lamp", the saintly, dedicated spinster who devoted her life to selflessly nursing the sick. The real woman was a far more complex and fascinating character, the product of a typically rigid Victorian background, yet an outstanding social reformer who challenged the statesmen of the day to fight for the causes she passionately believed in. Writer John Bowen is fascinated by this contradiction of her personality. His acclaimed drama, told in flashback through the eyes of a modern day student of her legacy, explores the psychological motivations and romantic misconceptions that surround the life of Miss Nightingale.
Flames in the Valley (1967)
Flame in the Valley (Hangul: 산불; RR: Sanbul) is a 1967 South Korean film directed by Kim Soo-yong. It was awarded Best Film at the Blue Dragon Film Awards ceremony.
Two Ships, Side by Side (1963)
Dialogue of Shadows (2013)
Dialogue d'ombres is a 2013 French-Swiss short drama film directed by Jean-Marie Straub, starring Cornelia Geiser and Bertrand Brouder. It follows a man and a woman who converse about love and the weight of history. The film is based on a short story by Georges Bernanos.
Broken Barrier (1952)
Broken Barrier is a 1952 New Zealand film. It was directed and produced by John O'Shea (director) and Roger Mirams, and written by O'Shea. It starred Kay Ngarimu and Terence Bayler, and also featured Myra Hapi Smith, Bill Merito and George Ormond.
Cici Gelin (1967)
The Pop Show (1966)
Cabaret Tears (1983)
Admeto, re di Tessaglia (2006)
Orson Welles in Spain (1966)
Andhaman Kaidhi (1952)
Kampuchea: The Untold Story (1985)
David Hockney: Secret Knowledge (2003)
Raja Mukthi (1948)
To Hear the Birds Singing (1995)
Jirochô sangokushi: nagurikomi kôjinyama (1952)
Ngor, l'esprit des lieux (1991)
Living Utopia (1997)
Living Utopia (Original, 1997: Vivir la utopía. El anarquismo en España) is a documentary film by Juan Gamero. It consists of 30 interviews with surviving activists of the 1936–1939 Spanish Revolution, which are combined with visual materials such as manifestos, photographs, excerpts from film footage, portraits and flamenco music by El Cabrero and Paco del Gastor. The testimony of the anarcho-syndicalists and anarchist militants from the CNT-FAI revealing the constructive work of anarchists in Spain, as well as the amazing educational and cultural activities which lead up to 1936. This workers' self-management meant, as Gaston Leval comments in The Anarchist Collectives, Sam Dolgoff (ed.):
The various agrarian and industrial collectives immediately instituted economic equality in accordance with the essential principle of communism, 'From each according to his ability and to each according to his needs.' They coordinated their efforts through free association in whole regions, created new wealth, increased production (especially in agriculture), built more schools, and bettered public services. They instituted not bourgeois formal democracy but genuine grass roots functional libertarian democracy, where each individual participated directly in the revolutionary reorganization of social life. They replaced the war between men, 'survival of the fittest,' by the universal practice of mutual aid, and replaced rivalry by the principle of solidarity....
This experience, in which about eight million people directly or indirectly participated, opened a new way of life to those who sought an alternative to anti-social capitalism on the one hand, and totalitarian state bogus socialism on the other.
The city's 3,000 workplaces collectivised and 150,000 join the anarchist militias to fight fascism. The movement of the Mujeres Libres followed the idea of a "double struggle" for social revolution and women's liberation.
Interviewed anarcho-syndicalists/anarchist militants include: Miguel Alba, Ramon Álvarez, Federico Arcos, Marcelino Bailo, Maria Batet, Severio Campos, Francisco Carrasquer, Miguel Celma, Valerio Chiné; José Espana, Jose Fortea, Juan Giménez, Antonio Lahuerta, Concha Liano, Fidel Miró, Aurora Molina, Heleno Molina, Conxa Pérez, Suceso Portales, Dolores Prat, Ximo Queirol, Maravilla Rodríguez, Juan Romero, Manuel Sanz, Liberto Sarrau, José Sauces, José Serra Estruch, Antonio Turón, José Urzáiz and Antonio Zapata.
Breakdowns of 1938 (1938)
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1929-1943 (2000)
Mary of Nazareth (2004)
Brave Red Flower of the North (1970)
Can I Be Your Bratwurst, Please? (1999)
Nyár a hegyen (1967)
American Prince (2009)
Kiepie & Kandas (1980)
Green Day Live at Fox Theater (2009)
Disturbing Images: The Story of Helmut K. (2006)
Na Boca da Noite (1971)
Won by a Fowl (1917)
Serie B (2011)
Sweet Genevieve (1947)
Sweet Genevieve is a 1947 comedy film directed by Arthur Dreifuss and starring Jean Porter and Jimmy Lydon. It was produced by Sam Katzman.
The Secret of Mayerling (1949)
Le secret de Mayerling is a 1949 French historical drama film directed by Jean Delannoy and starring Jean Marais, Dominique Blanchar and Jean Debucourt. It set around the 1889 Mayerling Incident when the crown prince of the Austrian Empire was found having apparently committed suicide with his lover.
Piccadilly null Uhr zwölf (1963)
Piccadilly Zero Hour 12 (German: Piccadilly null Uhr zwölf) is a 1963 West German crime film directed by Rudolf Zehetgruber and starring Helmut Wildt.
Monelle (French: Les amoureux sont seuls au monde) is a 1948 French drama film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Louis Jouvet, Renée Devillers and Dany Robin.
With God Against Man (2014)
Zwei Frauen (1938)
The South to Sian Journals (2017)
Am Borsigplatz geboren - Franz Jacobi und die Wiege des BVB (2015)
Oh, diese Männer (1941)
Blue Lies (2008)
Volitera Live (2004)
Art et décès (2010)