Dokyumento poruno: Toruko tekunikku dai hyakka (1975)
First Prize Irene (1969)
Ordinary nurse Irene Grunschwitz is won as 'first prize' in a lottery of a private club which leads her to spend two weeks in the Balearic Islands with the man who won her.
The Red Green Story: We're All in This Together (2008)
Adultery Italian Style (1966)
Adultery Italian Style (Italian: Adulterio all'italiana) is a 1966 Italian comedy film written and directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile.
Voltes V (1977)
Humanoid Monster, Bem (2012)
Das Schweigen des Dichters (1987)
Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix (1942)
The Grave Digger (2010)
The Thing in the Castle (1979)
Bloody Ghost (1989)
No One Man (1932)
No One Man is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film starring Carole Lombard and Ricardo Cortez, and directed by Lloyd Corrigan. It is based on a novel by Rupert Hughes.
Cairo-2 Calls Alpha (1990)
Meu Nome é Tonho (1969)
Amelia and the Angel (1958)
Filmens Vovehals (1923)
The Dirty Dolls (1973)
The King of Bugs (1930)
Anti-Gas Skin (2010)
Enseñar a un sinvergüenza (1970)
Cobalt Blue (2009)
Wanda Sykes: Tongue Untied (2003)
Un Ange (2001)
The Art of the Tactical Carbine (2008)
George on George (2003)
Take That: For the Record (2006)
Crayon Shin-chan: Adventure In Henderland (1996)
Crayon Shin-chan: Adventure in Henderland (クレヨンしんちゃん ヘンダーランドの大冒険) is a 1996 Japanese language animated film. It is the fourth instalment of Crayon Shin-chan series. The film is about Shinnosuke and his classmates at Futaba Kindergarten go to an amusement park known as Henderland in Gunma Prefecture. Shin-chan is separated from his group and learns the dark secrets of the amusement park when he befriends a living marionette who entrusts to him a magical set of playing cards. Magical and dark forces are set upon Shin-chan and his family by the lords of the park and he must use the power of the cards and the inner strength and determination of himself, his family, and an unexpected group of friends to save the day.
The movie aired on Hungama TV on 18 December 2011 as Shin Chan Movie: Adventures In Henderland.
Snow Patrol: Live at Somerset House (2004)
Ich wollte nicht töten (2007)
Catene is a 1974 Italian melodramatic film directed by Silvio Amadio. The film is the remake of the 1949 top grossing film with the same title by Raffaello Matarazzo. It was a commercial failure, grossing about 60 millions of lire.
Let My People Go: The Story of Israel (1965)
Let My People Go: The Story of Israel is a 1965 documentary film directed by Marshall Flaum. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 1965 and won the United Nations Award in 1961 from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Flaum also produced and wrote the documentary. With narration by Richard Basehart and an original score by Israeli composer Marc Lavry, Let My People Go depicts the story of the efforts to create a homeland for the Jewish people, interweaving archival footage of such individuals and events reaching back to Theodor Herzl in 1897 at the First Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland. The film shows World Zionist Organization president Chaim Weizmann meeting with Arthur Balfour, who authored the Balfour Declaration of 1917, which stated that "His Majesty's government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people". The documentary showed Jewish refugees on ships barred from entry into the Mandate Palestine following the White Paper of 1939 that restricted Jewish immigration and included film taken during The Holocaust that had not previously been seen depicting Jewish life in the Warsaw Ghetto and a young woman carrying her unmoving child, as well as the "illegals", displaced persons who had attempted to evade the British blockade after World War II who were detained in British DP camps in Cyprus. After showing people listening to a shortwave broadcast of the proceedings in 1947 at the United Nations approving the partition plan that led to the creation of the State of Israel on May 15, 1948, the film ends with men and women planting trees in memory of the six million victims of The Holocaust. The film was broadcast in the United States in April 1965 on a nationwide network of independent stations, with the sponsorship of the Xerox Corporation.
Front Line (1980)
Front Line is a 1981 Australian documentary film directed by David Bradbury. It follows the career of Tasmanian-born combat cameraman Neil Davis, particularly his time in South Vietnam and Cambodia in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Youp van 't Hek: Scherven (1996)
The World of Tomorrow (2005)
Libido is a 1965 Italian giallo thriller film directed by Ernesto Gastaldi and Vittorio Salerno and starring Giancarlo Giannini and Dominique Boschero.
Conserva Acabada (1990)
Mein Leben im Off (2010)
Peter Kay: Live & Back on Nights (2012)
John Fogerty Premonition Concert (1998)
Acústico MTV - Legião Urbana (1999)
Sleepover Massacre (1989)
Goodbye in the Mirror (1965)
Goodbye in the Mirror is a 1964 black-and-white experimental film produced and directed by Storm de Hirsch.
Love Is an Elephant (2000)
For Rent (2005)
Se Arrienda (English: For Rent) is a 2005 Chilean film directed by Alberto Fuguet and starring Luciano Cruz-Coke. The film follows the fictional life of Gastón Fernández, a composer in his thirties who has achieved little career success since composing the score to a B movie during his time as a student.
The Fighter, The Winner (1991)
Within the Way Without (2004)
Ski Movie II: High Society (2001)
Fist Of Death (1982)
Maddalena... zero in condotta (1940)
Maddalena, Zero for Conduct (Italian:Maddalena, zero in condotta) is a 1940 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It is a remake of the Hungarian film Magda Expelled (1938).
Tea or Electricity (2012)
400 contra 1 (2010)
Fate come noi (2004)
Flirting with Flamenco (2006)
Jimmy Carr: Making People Laugh (2010)
Owls in the Marsh (1959)
Ugler i mosen is a 1959 Norwegian mystery and adventure family film directed by Ivo Caprino. It was written by Caprino as an adaptation of Finn Havrevold's children's book Marens lille ugle. The leading role was played by 12-year-old Grethe Nilsen, and the film also featured Sverre Hansen, Turid Balke, Kjetil Bang-Hansen, Egil Hjorth-Jenssen and Aud Schønemann. Animation figures also played central roles in the film.
Political Target (2006)
Yanni: Voices - Live from the Forum in Acapulco (2009)
Reality 86'd (1991)
La poliziotta (1974)
La poliziotta (internationally released as Policewoman) is a 1974 Italian comedy film directed by Steno. For this film Mariangela Melato was awarded with a David di Donatello for Best Actress.
Pins and Needles (2001)
Under the Olive Tree (1950)
No Peace Under the Olive Tree (Italian: Non c'è pace tra gli ulivi) is a 1950 Italian neorealist drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.
Crosby, Stills & Nash: The Acoustic Concert (2004)
I Won't Let You Not Love Me (2002)
Life in Sometown, U.S.A. (1938)
Someone Special (2004)
Someone Special (Hangul: 아는 여자; RR: Aneun yeoja; lit. "A Woman I Know") is a 2004 South Korean romantic comedy film about a struggling baseball player and a fan with a long-time crush on him. It was selected to screen at the 2004 Pusan International Film Festival, 2005 Udine Far East Film Festival, and made its United States premiere at the 2005 New York Asian Film Festival.
Spock's Beard: Don't Try This at Home (2002)
Pool Days (1993)
Urlaub von Hartz IV - Wir reisen in die DDR (2012)
The Geography of the Body (1943)
Never Rewind the Buzzcocks (1998)
Spanky: To the Pier and Back (2008)
Wir hau'n die Pauker in die Pfanne (1970)
We'll Take Care of the Teachers (German: Wir haun die Pauker in die Pfanne) is a 1970 West German comedy film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Uschi Glas, Hansi Kraus and Fritz Wepper. It was the fifth in a series of school-set films.
The film was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and on location in Baden-Baden amongst other places.
Dawkins vs Lennox: Has Science Buried God? (2009)
Turks in Space (2006)
Dünyayi Kurtaran Adam'in Oglu (literally translated as "The Son of the Man who Saved the World" and typically titled Turks in Space in English) is a 2006 Turkish science fiction action comedy film directed by Kartal Tibet and written by Murat Boyacioglu. It is the sequel to Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saved the World).
Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Special Edition II: End of World (2009)
The Marquis of Grillo (1981)
Il Marchese del Grillo ("The Marquess Del Grillo", internationally released as The Marquis of Grillo) is a 1981 Italian comedic motion picture directed by Mario Monicelli, starring Alberto Sordi as the title character. The film depicts early nineteenth-century episodes in the life of a nobleman in Rome. Loosely based on folkloric accounts of the real Onofrio del Grillo (who lived in the eighteenth century), this character plays a number of pranks, one even involving Pope Pius VII. The famous line Io sò io, e voi non siete un cazzo (literally "I am who I am, and you are fucking nothing"), is appropriated from Belli's 1831 sonnet, "The Sovrans of the Old World".
Dave Matthews Band: Live at Folsom Field (2002)
Sting: Inside - The Songs of Sacred Love (2003)
Minding the Baby (1931)
Minding the Baby is a 1931 Fleischer Studios Talkartoon animated short film starring Betty Boop and Bimbo.
Un soir au club (2009)
Un soir au club is a 2009 French film directed by Jean Achache based on the novel of the same name Un soir au club by Christian Gailly.
Fatherhood Dreams (2007)
Capitaine X (1994)
Porkchop 3D (2012)
Las luces de buenos aires (1931)
The Lights of Buenos Aires (Spanish:Luces de Buenos Aires) is a 1931 American-Argentine tango comedy film directed by Adelqui Millar. It was made at the Joinville Studios in Paris, where Paramount Pictures concentrated its foreign-language production during the early 1930s.
Dough of the Dead (2012)
Robinson on the Beach (1989)
Adventures of Tom Thumb Jr. (1940)
Cash on Delivery (1992)
Dennis Miller: The Big Speech (2010)
Carnival of the Animals (2006)
Bugs and Daffy's Carnival of the Animals (originally aired as Carnival of the Animals) is a combination animation/live action television special, starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, and directed by Chuck Jones. Premiering on CBS on November 22, 1976, and consisting entirely of new animation, this prime time TV special represented Bugs Bunny and company's first foray into prime time television since the early 1960s. Carnival of the Animals was purposely cast in the successful mold of Jones' own earlier musical cartoons – Rabbit of Seville, Long-Haired Hare and Baton Bunny – and set the familiar showbiz rivalry between Bugs and Daffy against the orchestral backdrop of musician Michael Tilson Thomas, in a performance based on the music of Camille Saint-Saëns and the poetry of Ogden Nash.
Berlin Gala Concert (2010)