Zeit der Fische (2007)

Breakaway (1966)

WWE Great American Bash (2004)

Willie Dixon: I Am the Blues (1984)

The Real Death Star (2002)

The Blazing Sword (1966)

UFC 8: David vs. Goliath (1996)

A Tribute To Miles Davis (1991)

Toots & The Maytals: Live at Santa Monica Pier (2001)

Striptease: The Greatest Exotic Dancers of All Time (2004)

Southwest Championship Wrestling: Best of 80's Vol. 1 (2013)

Soundstage Presents Chicago- Live in Concert (2004)

Rose Tattoo- Live in 1993 From Boggo Road Jail (2005)

Garoto Cósmico (2007)

Garoto Cósmico (English: Cosmic Boy) is a 2007 Brazilian animated film directed by Alê Abreu. The film debuted at the 2007 Anima Mundi, and was theatrically released in Brazil on January 11, 2008. The film featured several Brazilian singers and actors such as Arnaldo Antunes, Vanessa da Mata, Wellington Nogueira and Belchior. It was the last film in which the actor Raul Cortez participated, voicing the character Giramundos.

Strawberry Shortcake: Seaberry Beach Party (2005)

Underdog Knight (2008)

The Road Taken (2003)

Karate Warrior 4 (1992)

Snakewoman (2005)

Westwind: Djalu's Legacy (2017)

Prolific Magic Egg (1903)

Balzac (1951)

Ace Jackson Is a Dead Man (2015)

Frontier Gunlaw (1946)

Pas de deux (1902)

Bedside Head (1972)

The Martyred Presidents (1901)

The Martyred Presidents is a 1901 American film directed by Edwin S. Porter.

Hell Hotel (1957)

Country Hotel is a 1957 comedy-drama film written and directed by Rattana Pestonji.

Another Job for the Undertaker (1901)

Another Job for the Undertaker is a 1901 silent comic trick film made at Edison's recently opened studio at 41 East 21st Street in Manhattan. It was photographed by Edwin S. Porter and co-directed by Porter and George S. Fleming. The two-shot film was copyrighted on May 15, 1901 and is approximately two minutes in length. It lacks a head title, which would have been supplied by projecting a separate lantern slide before screening the film.

Afacan Harika Çocuk (1972)

Adile Teyze (1982)

Koroleva benzokolonki 2 (2004)

Abuzer Kadayıf (2000)

Lipstiek Dipstiek (1994)

Trapeze Disrobing Act (1901)

Hringurinn (1985)

Olsenbanden og Dynamitt-Harry mot nye høyder (1979)

Piège (1970)

Homophobia (2012)

Homophobia is a 2012 Austrian short film directed by Gregor Schmidinger and produced by Schmidinger and Julian Wiehl. The film had its premiere in Vienna on 11 May 2012, and was released online on 14 May 2012 as a contribution to the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on 17 May 2012. The film stars Michael Glantschnig, Josef Mohamed, Günther Sturmlechner and Harald Bodingbauer. Homophobia is set in the 1990s during the winter solstice, and is about a young Austrian soldier, Michael, who attempts suicide using a firearm, because of bullying over his homosexuality, during a watch on the Austrian-Hungarian border on the last night of his seven-week military service.

Norang meori (1999)

Yellow Hair is a 1999 South Korean erotic thriller film, written and directed by Kim Yu-min, and starring former child actress Lee Jae-eun. The film caused controversy for its strong sexual content, and was only approved for release after some of the more explicit material was cut. The film's English title is sometimes given as The Blonde.

The Enemies of Reason (2007)

The Enemies of Reason is a two-part television documentary, written and presented by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, in which he seeks to expose "those areas of belief that exist without scientific proof, yet manage to hold the nation under their spell", including mediumship, acupuncture and psychokinesis.

Invicta FC 17: Evinger vs. Schneider (2016)

Marie Osmond's Merry Christmas (1986)

Luciano Pavarotti: A Legend Says Goodbye (2008)

A Christmas Special with Luciano Pavarotti (1980)

Lynyrd Skynyrd: Sweet Home Alabama - The Rockpalast Collection (2006)

Living Legends of Gospel: The Quartets, Volume 1 (2004)


Kevin Hart: Live Comedy from the Laff House (2014)

Just the Facts: Understanding Literature - Elements of Fiction (2003)

Just the Facts: The Election Process in America (2002)

Just the Facts: The Age of Enlightenment (2001)

Johnny Guitar Watson: Music Hall in Concert (1992)


Fabrizio Copano: Solo pienso en mi (2017)


Apple Mac: 1984 (1984)

This masterly adaptation of George Orwell’s chilling parable about totalitarian oppression gives harrowing cinematic expression to the book’s prophetic dystopia. In a rubble-strewn surveillance state where an endless overseas war props up the repressive regime of the all-seeing Big Brother, and all dissent is promptly squashed, a profoundly alienated citizen, Winston Smith (thrillingly played by John Hurt), risks everything for an illicit affair with the rebellious Julia (Suzanna Hamilton), defiantly asserting his humanity in the face of soul-crushing conformity. Through vividly grim production design and expressionistically desaturated cinematography by Roger Deakins, Michael Radford’s 1984 conjures a bleak vision of postwar Britain as fascistic nightmare—a world all too recognizable as our own.

The Enid: Live at Town Hall, Birmingham (2010)

Dinosaur Jr: Bug Live at the 9:30 Club (2012)

Earth, Wind & Fire: Live (2001)

H.H. Dalai Lama: Essence of Mahayana Buddhism (2011)

Glenn Hughes Live in Wolverhampton (2009)

Introduction to Kizomba: Act 2 Intermediate (2013)

Jazz Icons: Buddy Rich Live in '78 (2006)


James Brown: Live at Chastain Park (1985)

Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989)

Perfect Education 3 (2002)

4 Elements (2006)

Hey Good Looking! (2006)

Hey Good Looking! (original title: Comme t'y es belle !) is a 2006 French comedy film directed by Lisa Azuelos.

A Casa Verde (2010)

Porta dos Fundos: Contrato Vitalício (2016)

Sheep's Clothing (2014)

Entre Nós is a 2013 Brazilian drama film directed by Paulo Morelli and Pedro Morelli, starring Júlio Andrade, Caio Blat, Carolina Dieckmann, Martha Nowill, Maria Ribeiro, Lee Taylor and Paulo Vilhena.

São Silvestre (2013)

São Silvestre is a 2013 Brazilian documentary film directed by Lina Chamie. This is not the first time the Director Lina Chamie addresses the São Silvestre road race. In 2011 she directed an 18-minute short film also titled São Silvestre.

Pompeii: The Mystery of the People Frozen in Time (2013)

Fala Sério, Mãe! (2017)

Fala Sério, Mãe! is a 2017 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Pedro Vasconcelos, starring Ingrid Guimarães, Larissa Manoela, Marcelo Laham and João Guilherme Ávila.

El último mago O Bilembambudin (2015)

Operation Carwash: A Worldwide Corruption Scandal Made in Brazil (2017)

Polícia Federal: A Lei É para Todos is a Brazilian thriller movie of 2017. It was directed by Marcelo Antunez, produced by Tomislav Blazic and scripted by Thomas Stavros and Gustavo Lipsztein. It was inspired by the book of the same name by Carlos Graieb and Ana Maria Santos. Starring Antônio Calloni, portrays Operation Lava Jato from the point of view of the police investigators who acted in it. According to producer Tomislav Blazic, the plot will be divided into three films, which should be released each year, and the film is not a documentary and therefore, despite being based on the Lava Jato, has no obligation to be faithful to the reality.

Internet: O Filme (2017)

Todo Clichê do Amor (2018)

Galinha Pintadinha 4 (2014)

Rio do Medo (2018)

Rewind (2014)

Olympia 2016 (2016)

Vanity (1927)

Vanity is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by Donald Crisp and starring Leatrice Joy. The film was written by Douglas Doty, produced by DeMille Pictures Corporation and distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation. The film is held by The Library of Congress.

Innocence (1923)

Innocence is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Edward J. Le Saint and starring Anna Q. Nilsson. The film was produced and distributed as an early effort by Columbia Pictures and was the last film released by C.B.C Film Sales.

Clarisse or Something About Us (2017)

Peut-être qu'on n'a pas le même humour (2013)

Estive em Lisboa e Lembrei de Você (2015)

San Antonio (2004)

Art = (Love)² (2012)

The Littlest Angel (1997)

When a mischievous little boy enters heaven, he finds an exciting world of magic and wonder, but a place where the angels have forgotten how to play. Swinging form the golden gates and interrupting the heavenly choir make him something of a nuisance, until the day comes when the chief archangel makes a startling announcement- God is to have a son. Heaven is turned upside down with the news as every angel rushes to find the perfect gift. The Littlest Angel, with his tilted halo and untested wings, has no idea what to do, until he realizes that the most valuable gift always comes from the heart.

Gintama 2: Rules Are Made to Be Broken (2018)

Monty Python: The Meaning of Live (2014)

Monty Python: The Meaning of Live is a 2014 British documentary telefilm, directed by Roger Graef and James Rogan, about a 10-day series of live performances at London's O2 stadium. The film features interviews with John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin as they perform on stage together for the first time in 34 years. Also appearing are Carol Cleveland, Prof. Brian Cox, Stephen Hawking and Mike Myers. The documentary is dedicated to Graham Chapman.

Tengoku ni ichiban chikai shima (1984)

Reservoir Cats (2011)

Pitbullterje (2005)

Pitbullterje is a 2005 Norwegian comedy film, that is based on the book by Endre Lund Eriksen. It stars Petrus A. Christensen as the lead role as Jim, and also Jørgen Foss as Terje. It also stars Robert Lindahl Haug, Vetle Næss, Charlotte Brodde, Rosa E. Bye, Kristin Skogheim, Atle Antonsen and Andreas Zeier Cappelen.

Chai koi (2013)

Mormor og de åtte ungene (2013)

Theo Maassen: Tegen beter weten in (2006)