Neznayka s nashego dvora (1983)

Hollis & Rae (2006)

Osmiyat (1969)

The Last Thakur (2009)

The Last Thakur is a 2008 British western film directed by Sadik Ahmed, written by Sadik Ahmed and Heather Taylor, and stars Ahmed Rubel, Tariq Anam Khan and Tanveer Hassan. The film is about a lone gun-man who enters a town to take revenge on the person who raped his mother during the Bangladesh Liberation War. In the course of revenge he is used by the internal clash of two rival leaders of the town.

Mondmann (2007)

Farende folk (1922)

Prikaz: pereyti granitsu (1982)

Prikaz: ogon ne otkryvat (1981)

Der Junge Lord (1969)

Der junge Lord is an opera in two acts by Hans Werner Henze to a German libretto by Ingeborg Bachmann, after Wilhelm Hauff's Der Affe als Mensch from Der Scheik von Alexandria und seine Sklaven.

In the Cities (2006)

The Pillars of Society (1911)

Kiri: Shokugyô Koroshiya (2015)

Lucky Luke, la fabrique du western européen (2016)

Biznesmeny (2018)

Süpermenler (1979)

3 Supermen Against the Godfather is a superhero film directed by Italo Martinenghi.

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.

Is It Always Right to Be Right? (1970)

Is It Always Right to Be Right? is a short animated film directed by Lee Mishkin, produced by Stephen Bosustow Productions, and narrated by Orson Welles. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 1970, the last to do so under its previous name "Short Subjects (Cartoons)".

Jian ren ben se (1988)

Who Is the Craftiest is a 1988 Hong Kong comedy film directed by Poon Man-kit and starring Ricky Hui, Bill Tung, Tang Pik-wan, Sammy Cheung, Tiffany Lau, Keung Chung-ping and Lo Hoi-pang.

Monster of Frankenstein (1981)

Kyōfu Densetsu Kaiki! Frankenstein , is a 1981 Japanese animated television film based on Mary Shelley's novel and the Marvel comic book Monster of Frankenstein. In this 98-minute violent, adult-oriented film, the creature was portrayed as a misunderstood monster, who only wanted to be loved. The film was dubbed and released in the U.S in 1984. The dubbed version never had a title but was advertised as both Monster of Frankenstein and Frankenstein Legend of Terror.

Eugénie Grandet (1994)

Eugénie Grandet (1994) is a French film directed by Jean-Daniel Verhaeghe. The film starred Jean Carmet in his last role.

Champagne amer (1986)

Experiment in Evil (1959)

The Doctor's Horrible Experiment is a 1959 French black-and-white television film directed by Jean Renoir. The film is a retelling of the novella Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson set in 1950s France. Jean-Louis Barrault plays Dr. Cordelier/Opale, the substitute for Dr. Jekyll/Hyde character; the film is also known for its visual style that is far above the normal television programs of the 1950s.

Alraune (1918)

Alraune is a 1918 Hungarian science fiction horror film directed by Michael Curtiz and Edmund Fritz and starring Géza Erdélyi. Little is known about this film which is now believed to be lost. It is a variation on the original legend of Alraune in which a Mad Scientist creates a beautiful but demonic child from the forced union between a woman and a mandrake root.

Mein Mann, ein Mörder (2013)

Besuch bei Van Gogh (1985)

Der Mann mit dem Objektiv (1961)

A Woman's Sorrows (1937)

The Red Elvis (2007)

Lise et Laura (1982)

Sonntagsfahrer (1963)

Bak Yeşil Yeşil (1975)

Milyarder (1986)

Argentina latente (2007)

The Reign of Terror (1914)

Tigryonok na podsolnukhe (1981)

Enhver (1915)

Sweet Sioux (1937)

Porky the Wrestler (1937)

Vi två (1939)

Ek Ghar (1991)

What Did Stalin Do to Women? (1969)

Pyat butylok vodki (2000)

Advocaat van de Hanen (1996)

Punk Lawyer or Advocaat van de Hanen is a 1996 Dutch film directed by Gerrit van Elst. The film is based on the novel Advocaat van de Hanen by Dutch writer A.F.Th. van der Heijden.

Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe (1941)

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.

Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall (1987)

Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall is a 1987 American short comedy film directed by Bryan Gordon. At the 60th Academy Awards, held in 1988, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject.

Karma: Crime. Passion. Reincarnation (2008)

Karma: Crime. Passion. Reincarnation is a psychological thriller, filmed in India, that touches upon reincarnation. The film was premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, and it went on to win various awards including best picture in at the Marbella Film Festival in Marbella, Spain.

Seasons (1969)

Torawakamaru, the Koga Ninja (1957)

Torawakamaru the Koga Ninja is a black-and-white Japanese film directed by Tadashi Sawashima.

Ernst & lyset (1996)

Dansaren (1994)

Le fils (1973)

Musen (2009)

Madame de Thèbes (1915)

Il prete bello (1989)

Weedsowers in Fableland (1970)

12 Tiny Christmas Tales (2001)

12 Tiny Christmas Tales is an American Christmas animated short film, that which was broadcast on Cartoon Network on December 7, 2001. It was created, animated and directed by Bill Plympton.

Out of a Forest (2010)

Simo Times Three (2012)

Jeffries Jr. (1924)

The Odd Sound Out (2013)

The Hill Farm (1989)

And when I die, I won't stay dead (2015)

And when I die, I won't stay dead is a documentary film about the life and work of African-American poet Bob Kaufman, directed by Billy Woodberry which was shown at International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2015, opened MoMa's Doc Fortnight in 2016 and won the award for Best Investigative Documentary at Doclisboa International Film Festival in 2015.

Anita Needs Me (1963)

Anita Needs Me is a 1963 short film directed by George Kuchar about an overheated tale of lust, guilt and Mom and starring Maulis Pearson as Anita. It has a runtime of 16 minutes.

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.

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.

Cannery Rodent (1967)

Cannery Rodent is a 1967 Tom and Jerry cartoon produced, written and directed by Chuck Jones. It was the final Tom and Jerry cartoon written and directed by Chuck Jones, and one of the very last of the theatrical Tom and Jerry cartoons to be released by MGM. The title, Cannery Rodent is a play-on-words of the John Steinbeck novel Cannery Row.

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.

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.

Rags & Tatters (2013)

Rags and Tatters, is a 2013 Egyptian drama film written and directed by Ahmad Abdalla. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was also selected in London Film Festival and Abu Dhabi Film Festival in the official competition. In November 2013, the film won the Grand Prix at the Montpellier Film Festival.

Adio, Rio (1989)

Rio Adio is a 1989 Bulgarian social drama film about the life of an architect, directed by Ivan Andonov. The film is centered on important social themes of self morality and moral compromise. The film stars Filip Trifonov.

Dva dioptara dalekogledstvo (1976)

Farsighted for Two Diopters is a 1976 Bulgarian comedy film directed by Petar B. Vasilev and written by Mormarevi Brothers. The film stars Georgi Partsalev, Dimitar Panov, Sashka Bratanova, Ivan Obretenov and Valentin Gadzhokov.

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.

Novem (2006)

NOVEM is a 2006 American independent film, produced and directed by Brad Kimmel, a filmmaker from Evansville, Indiana. Kimmel is also the creator and producer of My Classic Car. The film tells the story of fictional band NOVEM's epic six-day recording session in May 1973 and chronicles the modern day discovery of their lost tapes and who they were.

Mga mumunting lihim (2012)

Mga Mumunting Lihim is a 2012 Filipino drama film by Jose Javier Reyes. The film tells the story of four female friends and the secrets behind their friendship. It is one of the official entries for the Director's Showcase category in the Cinemalaya 2012.

The Name Was Carlos Gardel (1949)

In Dutch (1931)

La solitude du pouvoir (2012)

Pluto's Quin-puplets (1937)

My Friend Who Can't Say No (1949)

Gravitáció (1984)

Guttersnipes (1974)

Au suivant! (2005)

The Heroic Mr. Boniface (1949)

Heimliches Rendezvous (1949)

Juke Box Jamboree (1942)

This I Wish and Nothing More (2000)

Ca-Bau-Kan (2002)

Ca-bau-kan also known as The Courtesan is a 2002 Indonesian romantic drama film, directed by Nia Dinata, and starring Niniek L. Karim, Ferry Salim and Lola Amaria. It was distributed by Kalyana Shira Film and released on February 7, 2002 in Jakarta. The film was screened at the 2003 Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Four Seasons of Children (1939)

Light in Darkness: The Return of Red Light Bandit (2012)

Trail to Laredo (1948)

Elsa la rose (1966)

Koza (1995)

Trust Me (2000)

1941 (1941)

Mâjan hiryûden naki no ryû gaiden 1 (2011)

Nebesnyy tikhokhod (1945)

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

Don Donald (1937)

Don Donald is a 1937 American animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by United Artists. The cartoon follows Donald Duck attempting to woo a female Mexican duck named Donna. It was directed by Ben Sharpsteen and features music by Paul J. Smith which was adapted from the Mexican folk songs "Cielito Lindo" and "Jarabe Tapatío." Clarence Nash voiced both Donald and Donna.

Santa Fe Rides (1937)

Santa Fe Rides is a 1937 American western film directed by Bernard B. Ray and starring Bob Custer, Eleanor Stewart and David Sharpe.

31 iyunya (1978)

31 June is a two-part fantasy TV musical, loosely based on a story by John Boynton Priestley. The film premiered in the USSR in 1978.