Lucky Luke, la fabrique du western européen (2016)

J'ai faim!!! (2001)

J'ai faim !!! (I'm hungry !!!) is a 2001 French comedy film directed by Florence Quentin.

Une semaine de vacances (1980)

A Week's Vacation (French: Une semaine de vacances) is a 1980 French drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier. It was entered into the 1980 Cannes Film Festival.

Ziellos (2014)

Shooting at the Moon (2003)

Shooting at the Moon is a short Super-8 punk/Remodernist film directed by Jesse Richards and Nicholas Watson, starring Matthew Quinn Martin as Buddy and Leila Laaraj as Lana, and features music by Billy Childish. It was shot in the summer of 1998 and its final cut was completed in 2003. The film premiered at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival in November 2003. On March 8, 2008 the film made its London premiere at Horse Hospital during their FLIXATION Underground Cinema event.

The Ring of the Buddha (2003)

Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story (2012)

What Did Stalin Do to Women? (1969)

Les Anneaux de Bicêtre (1977)

Without Family (2000)

Unterm Birnbaum (1973)

Richy Guitar (1985)

Milyarder (1986)

Alike (2015)

Alike a 2015 3D computer-animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara and Rafa Cano Méndez. The animation production took 5 years to complete along with the help of ex-animation student using the free 3D animation application, Blender. The animated short is a story of the relationship of a father and his son who live in a society "where order and work ethic literally choke the colour and creativity out of its inhabitants".

Enhver (1915)

Tinikling or 'The Madonna and the Dragon' (1990)

The Madonna and the Dragon is a 1990 film written and directed by Samuel Fuller and starring Jennifer Beals.

Libidomania (1979)

Mani Matter - Warum syt dir so truurig? (2002)

Man's Genesis (1912)

En forbryder (1941)

In the Bosom of the Enemy (2001)

In the Bosom of the Enemy is a 2001 Filipino war drama film directed by Gil Portes.

Ghost Child (2013)

Ghost Child is a 2013 Singaporean horror film directed by Gilbert Chan starring Chen Hanwei, Jayley Woo and Carmen Soo. The film revolves around a family fighting against the titular "Ghost Child". It was commercially released in Singapore on March 7, 2013.

Woman of Breakwater (2003)

Women of Breakwater, also known as Woman of Breakwater or Babae sa Breakwater in Tagalog, is a 2003 Philippine drama film directed by Mario O'Hara and starring Katherine Luna. The film is a moving insight into the squalor and poverty of inner-city life in the Philippines. As a tragic tale, it covers a whole plethora of emotions surrounding the lives of some of the poorest people in Manila portrayed in the film.

The Profane Exhibit (2013)

The Profane Exhibit is a 2013 Canadian-Italian anthology horror film written and directed by various filmmakers specialized in the genre.

Mr. Dough and the Egg Princess (2010)

Pandane to Tamago Hime is a 2010 Japanese animated fantasy short film by Hayao Miyazaki made for the Studio Ghibli Museum. It premiered at the museum on November 20, 2010. Miyazaki conceived the idea for the film from the painting The Harvesters by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The music was composed by Joe Hisaishi and consists of a set of Baroque variations on the Folia theme.

No. 66 Madura Bus (2012)

No. 66 Madhura Bus is a 2012 Malayalam road movie. The film is directed by M. A. Nishad and stars Pasupathy, Padmapriya, Shwetha Menon, Mallika, Makarand Deshpande, Thilakan and Jagathy Sreekumar in pivotal roles. The screenplay is by noted author K. V. Anil. A journey of love and revenge, the film's story unfolds amidst the travel of an interstate bus. The film is directed by M. A. Nishad, who has earlier directed Pakal, Nagaram, Aayudham, Vairam and quite recently Best of Luck. No. 66 Madhura Bus is scripted by K V Anil, and has a cast that includes Pasupathy, Makarand Deshpande, Swetha Menon, Padmapriya Mallika and Rekha.

Romance in Budapest (1933)

Scandal in Budapest is a 1933 German-Hungarian comedy film, filmed in Hungary in the German language and directed by Géza von Bolváry and Istvan Szekely and starring Franciska Gaal, Werner Pledath and Lotte Spira. It was made by the European subsidiary of Universal Pictures, headed by Joe Pasternak, which had recently left Germany in the face of Hitler's "de-Judification" of that country. A separate Hungarian-language version was also made, with a different cast, titled Pesti Szerelem. Both versions were released in the United States by Arthur Mayer's DuWorld Pictures Inc.

O Homem dos Olhos Tortos (1918)

O Homem dos Olhos Tortos is a 1918 Portuguese detective silent film directed by José Leitão de Barros, with a cast of amateur actors with António Sarmento as the hero and Álvaro Pereira as the title-character villain.

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.

Skazochnoe puteshestvie mistera Bilbo Begginsa, Khobbita (1985)

The Hobbit is a 1985 Soviet low-budget children's film, being a loose adaption of J. R. R. Tolkien's 1937 book The Hobbit by Vladimir Latyshev.

Early Bloomer (2003)

Early Bloomer is a 2003 computer-animated short film produced by Sony Pictures Imageworks. It was created and directed by Kevin J. Johnson. It was the studio's second short film after The ChubbChubbs!.

Ghost Day (2012)

Ghost Day is a 2012 Thai horror comedy film directed by Thanit Jitnukul, Titipong Chaisat, and Sorathep Vetwongsatip. The film is set in modern-day Bangkok where the production team behind the television series Ghost Day is told by their show is going to be cancelled. To stop the end of their program, the staff decide to find a real haunted area and, after viewing a video online by ghostbusters Mhen and Chiad, they decide to approach them to do a deal. Mhen and Chiad have brought along a real female ghost who appears and possesses the show's director, Pom.

Queen Emeraldas (1998)

Queen Emeraldas is a manga written and illustrated by Leiji Matsumoto, later adapted into a four-episode anime OVA of the same name. Queen Emeraldas is the story of the pirate spaceship, Queen Emeraldas, which is captained by the mysterious and beautiful Emeraldas, a strong and powerful privateer. Sometimes, the character Emereldas is referred to as Pirate Queen Emeraldas.

Easiest Profession (1957)

Helen Of Four Gates (1920)

Helen of Four Gates (1920) is a British silent film melodrama, directed by cinema pioneer Cecil Hepworth and starring Alma Taylor, James Carew and Gerald Ames.

The Days When I Do Not Exist (2003)

Mozaika (1969)

Os Três da Vida Airada (1952)

Terzo canale - Avventura a Montecarlo (1970)

Outlaw Gold (1950)

La capture (2007)

Le fils (1973)

Night Club Girl (1945)

Night Club Girl is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Edward F. Cline and written by Henry Blankfort and Dick Irving Hyland. The film stars Vivian Austin, Edward Norris, Maxie Rosenbloom, Minna Gombell, Judy Clark and Bill Dunn. The film was released on January 5, 1945, by Universal Pictures.

Simo Times Three (2012)

Testamentet (2011)

Twilight Phantom (2007)

Aubervilliers (1946)

The Parallel Corpse (1982)

Assigné à résidence (1997)

The Adventures of Robert Macaire (1925)

Bagh Bahadur (1989)

Bagh Bahadur is a 1989 Bengali drama film classical movie directed and written by Buddhadev Dasgupta. The film is about a man who paints himself as a tiger and dances in a village in Bengal. The movie conveys a strong message as it illustrates the hardships of rural village life in Bengal.

Reunion (2015)

Four Seasons of Children (1939)

Trust Me (2000)

Louis Lumière (1968)

Mâjan hiryûden naki no ryû gaiden 1 (2011)

Sleepy-Time Tom (1951)

This is the cartoon about Tom, For the Walt Disney's Donald Duck, see Sleepy Time Donald.

Nebesnyy tikhokhod (1945)

Heavenly Slug is a 1945 Soviet comedy film directed by Semyon Timoshenko.

The Dark Swan (1924)

The Dark Swan is a lost 1924 American drama film directed by Millard Webb and written by Frederick J. Jackson. It is based on the 1924 novel The Dark Swan by Ernest Pascal. The film stars Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, Helene Chadwick, John Patrick, Lilyan Tashman and Vera Lewis. The film was released by Warner Bros. on November 26, 1924.

The Stolen Ranch (1926)

The Stolen Ranch is a 1926 American western film directed by William Wyler and starring Fred Humes, Louise Lorraine and William Bailey. The future star Janet Gaynor appeared as an extra in the film.

Claymation Easter (1992)

A Claymation Easter is a 1992 stop-motion short film by Will Vinton. The special won an Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program.

King Candy (2015)

King Candy is a 2015 American independent drama-thriller short film directed, produced and written by Ralph Sepe Jr., starring Sepe Jr., Ian Goodman, Alexondra O'Connell, Greg Scavelli, Michael Sepe, and Charlie Grippaldi. It chronicles the story of Glenn Leighty, a teenager who eventually starts a scamming business under the guise of a charity to gain money for himself, who often narrates the film and explains the events throughout.

The Coffin Maker (2014)

Magkakabaung, also known by its English title The Coffin Maker, is a 2014 Philippine drama independent film directed, written and edited by Jason Paul Laxamana. The film is known for winning the Best Asian Film at the 3rd Hanoi International Film Festival in Vietnam in November 2014. The film was also an official entry at the New Wave Category of the 40th Metro Manila Film Festival.

Leisure (1976)

Leisure is a 1976 Australian animated short film directed by Bruce Petty. The film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 49th Academy Awards.

Fei hu xiong xin 2 zhi ao qi bi tian gao (1996)

Best of the Best is a 1992 Hong Kong action film directed by Herman Yau and starring Jacky Cheung, Ng Man-tat and Sammi Cheng in her debut film role.

That Sweet Word: Liberty! (1972)

That Sweet Word: Liberty! is a 1973 Soviet drama film directed by Vytautas Žalakevičius. The second part of the "Latin American trilogy", of which the first film was The Whole Truth about Columbus and the final one Centaurs. It was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Golden Prize. The film was shot in Chile shortly before 1973 Chilean coup d'état. The basis for the plot is a real story: the escape from San-Carlos prison in Venezuela of three political prisoners - Guillermo García Ponce, Pompeyo Márquez and Teodoro Petkoff.

Ghost Soup (1992)

Ghost Soup is a 1992 Japanese TV drama produced for Fuji TV as part of their part of the food-themed drama series, La Cuisine by Shunji Iwai.

Tenali Ramakrishna (1956)

Tenali Ramakrishna is a 1956 Indian Telugu-language political drama film produced and directed by B. S. Ranga based on Ch. Venkataramaiah's stage play of the same name. Produced for the banner Vikram Productions, it stars Akkineni Nageswara Rao, N. T. Rama Rao, Chittor V. Nagaiah, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna and Jamuna in key roles. Ranga handled the cinematography with his brother-in-law B. N. Haridas while P. G. Mohan edited the film. Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy composed the soundtrack and background score.

The Gardener (1912)

The Gardener is a 1912 Swedish silent drama film directed by Victor Sjöström. It is mostly known for being the first film to ever be banned by the Swedish censor system. It was long thought to have been lost, but in 1979 a copy was found in an archive in the United States.

A Miner's Luck (1911)

A Miner's Luck is a 1911 Australian silent film.

Loie Fuller (1902)

Loie Fuller is a 1901 French short black-and-white silent film. Some copies have been stencil-coloured in Segundo de Chomon's Barcelona workshop.

Gensen-Kan Inn (1993)

Tsuge Yoshiharu World: Gensenkan Shujin (ゲンセンカン主人) is a 1993 Japanese film directed by Teruo Ishii.

The Tree Medic (1955)

The Tree Medic is the 65th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on December 19, 1955, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.

Some Birds Can't Fly (1997)

Some Birds Can't Fly is a 1997 Yugoslav drama film directed by Petar Lalović.

Long Days (1980)

Al-ayyam al-tawila is a 1980 6-hour long biographical account of Saddam Hussein's attempted assassination of Abd al-Karim Qasim, although some sources also list a running time of 150 minutes. It was filmed in 1980 and allegedly edited by Terence Young, who also directed three James Bond films. Video footage in the West has been limited to brief clips on news reports and documentaries.

Mer mankutyan tangon (1987)

The Tango of Our Childhood is a 1985 Soviet-Armenian tragicomedy film written and directed by Albert Mkrtchyan and starring Mher Mkrtchyan and Galya Novents. Novents' performance as a mother who struggles to raise her children during post-World War II Armenia was awarded Special Mention at the Venice Film Festival. Mkrtchyan dedicated the autobiographical story to his hometown of Gyumri. The filming locations highlighted the historic buildings of Gyumri which were marked for preservation as the Kumayri Reserve in 1980.

Vlcí jáma (1958)

Vlčí jáma is a Czech drama film, based on the 1938 novel of the same name. It was released in 1957.

Design for Leaving (1954)

Design for Leaving is a 1954 Looney Tunes theatrical animated short, reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies cartoon in 1961, produced by Warner Bros. and released in 1954. It was directed by Robert McKimson and features Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd. The title is a parody of the Design for Living House, House No. 4 in the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition at the 1933 World's Fair in Chicago.

The Chimney Sweep (1946)

Springman and the SS is a 1946 Czechoslovak animated short film directed by Jiří Brdečka and Jiří Trnka featuring Pérák, the Spring Man of Prague. The film is also known as The Chimney Sweep in the United States.

Güemes - la tierra en armas (1971)

Güemes - la tierra en armas is a 1971 Argentine war drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival. It is based on the life of Martín Miguel de Güemes.

Bonequinha de Seda (1936)

Bonequinha de Seda is a 1936 Brazilian film directed by Oduvaldo Vianna, and starring Gilda de Abreu.

Frog Baseball (1992)

Frog Baseball is the pilot episode of Beavis and Butt-Head, created by Mike Judge in 1992 for The Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation, which aired on MTV's Liquid Television. It marks the first appearance of the Beavis and Butt-Head characters.

The Influence (2010)

The Influence is a four-part online film starring Lee Byung-hun and Han Chae-young. The movie, which delves into the realms of mystery and fantasy, takes place over the time period 1907–2010.

The Dangerous Mission (1975)

El abominable hombre de la Costa del Sol (1970)

Akvarel (1958)

The Winged Scourge (1943)

Mildred & The Dying Parlor (2016)

Girls Beware (1961)

Demon in the Bottle (1996)

Demon in the Bottle is a 1996 American-Romanian adventure-fantasy film, co-written and directed by Randall William Cook and starred by Ashley Tesoro, Michael Malota and Rahi Azizi.

Almaz (1936)

Objetivo: Bi-ki-ni (1968)

Tutti i rumori del mare (2012)

The Dumbwaiter (1924)

Scrooge McDuck and Money (1967)

Scrooge McDuck and Money is a short animated cartoon made by Walt Disney Productions in 1967.

Fat Brothers of Trinity (1973)

Fathers are People (1951)

The Organ Grinder (1912)

Lullaby Land (1933)

Lullaby Land is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1933. The quilt from Lullaby Land inspired the garden section of the Storybook Land Canal Boats ride at Disneyland California.

Die Liebe Der Kinder (2010)