My Asian Heart (2009)

Crucero de verano (1964)

Crucero de verano is a 1964 Italian film. It stars actor Gabriele Ferzetti.

LBJ (1968)

The Secret of Loch Ness II (2010)

The Man We Want to Hang (2002)

Nippon no akuryo (1970)

Boys from the Streets (1949)

Boys from the Streets (Norwegian: Gategutter) is a 1949 Norwegian drama film directed by Ulf Greber and Arne Skouen, starring, among others, Tom Tellefsen, Ivar Thorkildsen and Pål Bang-Hansen. The film takes place on the east side of Oslo in the early 1930s, and follows a group of young criminals who steal coconuts from passing trucks.

Lyumi (1991)

Testament (1974)

Punch Out (2008)

Hell Cat (2011)

Il commissario Lo Gatto (1986)

Il commissario Lo Gatto is a 1987 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.

The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror (2005)

The Magnificent Ruffians (1979)

Ah Müjgan Ah (1970)

Freek de Jonge: Papa-razzia (1997)

La noche de los muertos (2002)

In April the Following Year, There Was a Fire (2012)

Lemon (1969)

Sound Relief - MCG (2009)

Pardon My Berth Marks (1940)

Pardon My Berth Marks is the fourth short subject starring American comedian Buster Keaton made for Columbia Pictures. Keaton made a total of ten films for the studio between 1939 and 1941.

The Lead Shoes (1949)

The Lead Shoes (1949) is an experimental film directed by Sidney Peterson at Workshop 20 at the San Francisco Art Institute. The film was made using distorting lenses. The film is a 17 minute black and white short. In 2009, the film was selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being deemed “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant. It appears on the DVD Avant-Garde Volume 3 (Experimental Cinema 1922-1954).

Vyšetřování ztráty třídní knihy (1967)

Lucky, el intrépido (1967)

Lucky, the Inscrutable (Italian: Agente speciale L.K.: Operazione Re Mida, Spanish: Lucky, el intrépido, German: Lucky M. füllt alle Särge) is a 1967 Spanish-Italian-German spy film directed by Jesús Franco and starring Ray Danton. It marked the first collaboration between Franco and the Italian composer Bruno Nicolai, who worked together many times in the following years. Franco said he and Nicolai were neighbors, which made working together convenient. (Franco played not one, but three, small cameo roles in this film.) This film was Franco's first Spanish-Italian-German co-production, and was also his first film for German producer Artur Brauner. It was also Italian actress Rosalba Neri's first Franco film. Patty Shepard, very young in this film, went on to become a famous cult star of Spanish horror cinema several years later. The film was not shown theatrically in the USA.

The Sins of the Nude (2007)

Gloria! (1979)

Las obras de ayer (2006)

WM 2006 - Die Highlights: Deutschland, Weltmeister der Herzen (2006)

Carsten Bang: Bang! Jeg Er Død (2009)

Johann Sebastian Bach: Fantasia G-moll (1965)

Armageddon Boulevard (1998)

Razzia in St. Pauli (1932)

Raid in St. Pauli (German: Razzia in St. Pauli) is a 1932 German drama film directed by Werner Hochbaum and starring Gina Falckenberg, Friedrich Gnaß and Wolfgang Zilzer. The film's sets were designed by the art director Willy Schiller. It was made at the end of the Weimar Republic era. It illustrates both the powerlessness of the ordinary worker as well as an intimate portrait of the joys and sorrows of a small group of people in the harbor section of Hamburg.

Hölle Hamburg (2007)

Was Frauen träumen (1933)

What Women Dream (German:Was Frauen träumen) is a 1933 German comedy crime film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Nora Gregor, Gustav Fröhlich and Otto Wallburg. In 1934 it was remade as an American film One Exciting Adventure. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Emil Hasler and Willy Schiller.

Perfect Future (2008)

Operation 'Y' & Other Shurik's Adventures (1965)

Operation Y and Shurik's Other Adventures (Russian: Операция „Ы“ и другие приключения Шурика) - (Operatsiya „Y“ i drugie priklyucheniya Shurika) is a 1965 Soviet slapstick comedy film directed by Leonid Gaidai, starring Aleksandr Demyanenko, Natalya Seleznyova, Yuri Nikulin, Georgy Vitsin and Yevgeny Morgunov. The film consists of three independent parts: "Workmate" (Напарник, Naparnik), "Déjà vu" (Наваждение, Navazhdeniye) and "Operation Y" (Операция „Ы“). The plot follows the adventures of Shurik (alternative spelling — Shourick), the naive and nerdy Soviet student who often gets into ludicrous situations but always finds a way out very neatly. Operation Y and Shurik's Other Adventures was a hit movie and became the leader of Soviet film distribution in 1965.

Zi mei qing chou (1963)

Les deniers du culte (1997)

Zwischen Flieder wandern und singen (2003)

Not Mozart: Letters, Riddles and Writs (1991)

Wenn der weiße Flieder wieder blüht (1953)

Wenn der weiße Flieder wieder blüht (When the white lilacs bloom again) is a 1953 German film directed by Hans Deppe. It is one of the best known and most popular German films from the early 1950s. It is shown periodically on German television and still commands a wide audience.

The Revolution of Responsibility (2013)

Out of an Old Man's Head (1968)

Out of an Old Man's Head (Swedish: I huvet på en gammal gubbe) is a 1968 Swedish film directed by Per Åhlin and Tage Danielsson, starring Hans Alfredson as an old man remembering his past. Partly a black comedy, the film was released around the same time as the urban renewal of the Klara quarters in Stockholm, and could be seen as a comment both on the demolishing of the old buildings and on the welfare state in general. Out of the total running time of 77 minutes, about 50 minutes are animated. It is considered to be the first Swedish animated feature film, although the first one that was fully animated was Agaton Sax and the Bykoebing Village Festival.

La poulette grise (1947)

Dave Spikey: Living the Dream (2005)

The Champagne Spy (2007)

La reina del bar Canalla (2003)

Uno por ciento, esquizofrenia (2007)

De Nuremberg à Nuremberg (1989)

De Nuremberg à Nuremberg (fr: "From Nuremberg to Nuremberg") is a documentary film about the Third Reich by Frédéric Rossif, with text written and read by Philippe Meyer, produced by Jean Frydman. The title is a reference to both the Nazi mass Nuremberg Rallies held in Nuremberg from 1933, at the beginning of the regime, and to the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1946), after its fall.

Serenade (2012)

Ashes and Blood (2009)

Ashes and Blood (French: Cendres et sang) is a 2009 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Fanny Ardant. It was given a special screening at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

Cut Shorts (2006)

The Passenger (2006)

Noah: He Walked with God (1997)

John Pinette: I Say Nay Nay (2005)

Pleasure Campus: Secret Games (1980)

Your Fingertips (2007)

Art Idol (2012)

110/220 (1998)

King of Fools (2004)

I Will Marry The Whole Village (2010)

Ross Noble: Live in Regents Park (2004)

Clash of the Ninjas (1989)

The Great Society (1967)

Um Caipira em Bariloche (1973)

Nicht mehr fliehen (1955)

J.R.R. Tolkien: Master of the Rings - The Definitive Guide to the World of the Rings (2002)

Crack Glass Eulogy (1992)

311: Live in Concert, New Orleans - 3-11 Day 2004 (2004)

311 Day: Live in New Orleans is a DVD release by the band 311.

The Little White Cloud That Cried (2009)

By Night with Torch and Spear (1942)

Germany 1 England 5 (2001)

S.O.S., abuelita (1959)

Double Tide (2009)

A Song of Lisbon (1933)

A Canção de Lisboa (lit. Lisbon Song) is a Portuguese film comedy from 1933, directed by José Cottinelli Telmo, and starring Vasco Santana, Beatriz Costa, António Silva, Alfredo Silva, Ana Maria, Artur Rodrigues, Coralia Escobar, Eduardo Fernandes, Elvira Coutinho, Fernanda Campos, Francisco Costa, Henrique Alves, Ivone Fernandes, José Victor, Júlia da Assunção, Manoel de Oliveira, Manuel Santos Carvalho, Maria Albertina, Maria da Luz, Silvestre Alegrim, Sofia Santos, Teresa Gomes and Zizi Cosme. Director Manoel de Oliveira had a minor role. It was the second Portuguese sound feature film (the first was A Severa; a 1931 biopic of the fado singer Maria Severa Onofriana). In fact, A Canção de Lisboa was the first sound feature fully produced in Portugal, in the labs of Lisboa Filme and with Tobis equipment. Among the team were some of the greatest names of Portuguese culture of the day, such as painter Carlos Botelho (credited as assistant director) and the poet José Gomes Ferreira (editor assistant). Painter Almada Negreiros was the author of both promotional posters. A Canção de Lisboa is still one of the best loved films in Portugal, with several of its lines and songs still quoted.

Shooting Porn (1997)

The Olympic Games, Amsterdam 1928 (1928)

Black Dog (2006)

Impact (2000)

The Mustachioed Bandit Meets His End (2007)

Population: 1 (1986)

Population: 1 is a 1986 punk rock musical film written and directed by Rene Daalder. The film stars Tomata du Plenty of the Screamers as a defense contractor who somehow becomes the sole survivor of a nuclear holocaust. In his solitude, he traces the history of U.S. civilization in the 20th century through musical numbers featuring himself and 1980s punk diva Sheela Edwards. The film features early appearances by members of Los Lobos, Beck, Vampira (Maila Nurmi), Penelope Houston, Carel Struycken, K.K. Barrett, Mike Doud and El Duce. Cast (in credits order) Tomata Du Plenty (as Tomata DuPlenty), Dino Lee (as Dino Lee Bird), Helen Heaven, Sheela Edwards, Nancye Ferguson, Holly Small, Jane Gaskill, El Duce, Tony Baldwin, Gorilla Rose, Tequila Mockingbird, Anthony-James Ryan (as A. James Ryan), Mike Doud, Steve Berlin, David R. Campbell (credited as both David Campbell and Richard Campbell), K.K. Barrett (as Keith 'KK' Barrett), Steve Hufsteter Robert Alexander (as Rob Wray), Beck (as Beck Campbell), Gino Havens (as Geno Havens), Mari-Sol García (as Mari-Sol Garcia), Tommy Gear, Al Hansen, Maicol Sinatra, Susan Ensley, Jean Leider, Paul Ambrose, Chase Holiday Penelope Houston, Jeff Laing. Population: 1 was released on DVD in the U.S. in October 2008.

The Blue One (1994)

The Blue One (German: Der Blaue) is a 1994 German drama film written and directed by Lienhard Wawrzyn. It was entered into the 44th Berlin International Film Festival.

Romeo in Rhythm (1940)

Meet the Stars #5: Hollywood Meets the Navy (1941)

Mandala (1953)

Stargate SG-1: True Science (2006)

Playin' for the Kitty (2002)

Shaniko (2008)

Jacker (1993)

Ext. Life (2010)

The Truth About Fidel Castro Revolution (1959)

Cuban Story: The Truth about Fidel Castro Revolution is a 1959 film documentary narrated by Errol Flynn, and the last known performance work of his career. It was one of two films Flynn made about the Cuban Revolution during the early period when Castro was publicly denying his communist allegiance, the other being the drama-documentary Cuban Rebel Girls (1959).

Fascinating Youth (1926)

Fascinating Youth is a 1926 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Sam Wood. It starred Charles "Buddy" Rogers (in his feature debut), along with Thelma Todd and Josephine Dunn in supporting roles. Many well-known personalities made guest appearances in the film, judging a beauty contest in one scene, and Clara Bow makes a cameo appearance in her second film for Paramount Pictures. The film is now considered lost, with only the trailer surviving.

Anaconda: Queen of the Serpents (2010)

DNA By Design (2010)

The Minneapolis Wrestling Club (1999)

The Dark Knight's First Night (1991)

Blood Sweat and Gears: Racing Clean to the Tour de France (2009)

Loves of an Actress (1928)

Loves of an Actress is a lost 1928 silent film romance directed by Rowland V. Lee and starring Pola Negri. It was produced by Adolph Zukor and Jesse Lasky with the distribution through Paramount Pictures. The film had a soundtrack of either Vitaphone or Movietone of music and sound effects.

No Place To Call Home (2014)

Silence, ça tue! (2008)