By Pike (1938)

Wish upon a Pike, also known as The Magic Fish, is a 1938 fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Rou, which was his debut and filmed at Soyuzdetfilm. It is adapted from a play by Yelizaveta Tarakhovskaya, itself based on At the Pike's Behest and other tales from Slavic folklore.

Moscow Mission (2006)

Moscow Mission is a Russian action movie directed by Vadim Shmelyov. The movie was released in Moscow in 2006.

Horses' Collars (1935)

Horses' Collars is the fifth short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1935 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World III (1989)

Soleil noir (1966)

Belle and Sebastian: If You're Feeling Sinister (2013)

Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? (2001)

Franco Escamilla: Por la anécdota (2018)

Mexican stand-up comedian Franco Escamilla draws his jokes from real-life experiences -- and he's willing to do anything for new material.

Attenborough's Paradise Birds (2015)

Louis C.K.: Live at The Comedy Store (2015)

Arpat (2015)

56 Drops of Blood (2007)

Sept pièces pour cinéma noir et blanc (1983)

How Fatty Made Good (1913)

Aethiree (2004)

Aethirree is a 2004 Indian Tamil action comedy film directed by K. S. Ravikumar. The film starred Madhavan, Sadha, Vivek, Kanika, Rahman and Delhi Ganesh in pivotal roles, and had a musical score composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. It was released in April 2004 to positive reviews from critics.

The Torturer (1980)

Razor in the Flesh (1969)

Du mein stilles Tal (1955)

Estherka (2014)

The Road I Travel with You (1936)

Metal and Melancholy (1994)

Gerald McBoing! Boing! on Planet Moo (1956)

While meeting a new friend, Gerald is abducted by aliens and whisked to the planet Moo.

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)

13ta godenitsa na printsa (1987)

Haindling - und überhaupts... (2014)

Don Mendo Rock ¿La venganza? (2010)

Fathers are People (1951)

Beach House (1982)

Father's Day Off (1953)

Taartman (2009)

Die Liebe Der Kinder (2010)

Die Ehre der Strizzis (2000)

The Pygmy Hunt (1938)

Sentimental Romance (1930)

Romance sentimentale is a 1930 French film directed by Grigori Aleksandrov and Sergei M. Eisenstein. The film is also known as Sentimental Romance.

Le mystère de la tour Eiffel (1928)

Le goût de la farine (1977)

The Girl Who Saved My Life (2016)

Sex Hygiene (1942)

Sex Hygiene is a short 1942 American drama film directed by John Ford and Otto Brower. It belonged to the instructional social guidance film genre, which offered adolescent and adult behavioural advice, medical information, and moral exhortations. The Academy Film Archive preserved Sex Hygiene in 2007.

The Rambling Ranger (1927)

The Rambling Ranger is a 1927 American Western film directed by Dell Henderson and written by George Hively. The film stars Jack Hoxie, Dorothy Gulliver, C.E. Anderson, Monty Montague Jr., Charles Avery and Monte Montague. The film was released on April 10, 1927, by Universal Pictures.

Luminaris (2011)

Luminaris is a 2011 short film directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella, which uses the pixilation technique to blend real actors with animated objects. The film won awards at 324 international film festivals, including the Woodstock Film Festival and Annecy International Animated Film Festival. It won the FIPRESCI prize and made the shortlist for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. The film incorporates several styles, such as art deco, tango, surrealism, and neorealism. The production of the film took more than 2 years and a half, due to the difficult of combining pixilation with the natural sunlight moving.

Patsany (1983)

Boys is a 1983 Soviet crime drama made at the film studio Lenfilm, directed by Dinara Asanova.

The Flying Car (2002)

The Flying Car is a six-minute 2002 short film written and directed by Kevin Smith. It stars Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson as the View Askewniverse characters Dante Hicks and Randal Graves, who were introduced in Clerks.

Grandma's Pet (1932)

Grandma's Pet is an animated short film by Walter Lantz Productions and as part of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series. It is the 53rd Lantz Oswald and the 106th overall.

Jo Hum Chahein (2011)

Jo Hum Chahein is a 2011 Hindi romance film directed by Pawan Gill, starring Sunny Gill, Simran Mundi, Alyy Khan and Achint Kaur. It is a debut film for both the lead actors and the director. The film was released on 16 December 2011 to a mixed response. The official DVD of the film was released on 18 January 2012.

George and Rosemary (1987)

George and Rosemary is a 1987 animated short co-directed by Alison Snowden and David Fine, about two "golden agers" who prove that passion is not exclusively for the young. Produced by Eunice Macaulay for the National Film Board of Canada, the film received the Genie Award for Best Short Film and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 60th Academy Awards. It was also included in the Animation Show of Shows. The film was narrated by Cec Linder.

Esli verit Lopotukhinu... (1983)

If We Believe Lopotukhin... is a 1983 Soviet science fiction-comedy film directed by Mikhail Kozakov.

Burying Old Alive (1963)

Goryeojang (고려장) is a 1963 South Korean drama film edited, written, produced and directed by Kim Ki-young.

The Little Town will go to Sleep (1954)

The Little Town Will Go to Sleep is a 1954 West German comedy film directed by Hans H. König and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Jester Naefe and Helen Vita. It shares its title with a popular song of the era.

Ue o muite arukô (1962)

"Ue o Muite Arukō" is a song by Japanese crooner Kyu Sakamoto, first released in Japan in 1961. The song topped the charts in several countries, including on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963. The song has grown to become one of the world's best-selling singles of all time, having sold over 13 million copies worldwide.

Mexico in Flames (1982)

Red Bells is a 1982 adventure-drama film directed by Sergei Bondarchuk. It was coproduced by Soviet Union, Italy and Mexico. It is the first of a two-part film centered on the life and career of John Reed, the revolutionary communist journalist that had already inspired Warren Beatty's Reds. This chapter focuses on Reed's reportage about 1915 Mexican revolution. It was followed by Red Bells II.

Winning Back His Love (1910)

Winning Back His Love is a 1910 silent film short directed by D. W. Griffith.

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.

Temptation Island (1980)

Temptation Island is a 1980 Filipino film directed by Joey Gosiengfiao starring four beauty contest winners: Azenith Briones, Jennifer Cortez, Bambi Arambulo and Dina Bonnevie. Written by Toto Belano, the film is about a group of beauty contest finalists stranded in a desert island without food, water and shelter. It was re-released in 2008 at the Festival Paris Cinéma together with a retrospective on Gosiengfiao.

My Friend from India (1927)

My Friend from India is a 1927 silent film comedy directed by E. Mason Hopper and starring Franklin Pangborn and Elinor Fair. It was produced by DeMille Pictures and distributed by Pathé Exchange.

Real Gone Woody (1954)

Real Gone Woody is the 56th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on September 20, 1954, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal-International.

Won in a Closet (1914)

Won in a Closet is a 1914 black-and-white one-reel comedy film, notable as the first film directed by Mabel Normand.

Burma Victory (1946)

Burma Victory is a 1945 British documentary about the Burma Campaign during World War Two. It was directed by Roy Boulting.

Dust of Angels (1992)

Dust of Angels is a 1992 Taiwanese crime film directed by Hsu Hsiao-ming, executive produced by Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien. It was entered into Directors' Fortnight at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival. "An lah" (安啦) is a Taiwanese Hokkien colloquialism; the title in full roughly translates to "take it easy, lad" or "cool it, kid."

Jean the Match-Maker (1910)

Jean the Match-Maker is a surviving short silent film directed by Laurence Trimble, produced by the Vitagraph Company of America and starring their canine star Jean, the Vitagraph Dog. Co-starring along with Jean are the Vitagraph Girl Florence Turner and early stars Mary Fuller, Charles Kent and Ralph Ince.

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.

A Date to Skate (1938)

A Date to Skate is an American animated short film, released November 18, 1938 and starring Popeye the Sailor, at the time a star of the cartoons of Fleischer Studios. As is the case with all Fleischer shorts of the period, Dave Fleischer is credited as the film's director. The film is the last made by Dave and Max Fleischer at their studio in New York and the last Fleischer film to feature Mae Questel as the voice of Olive Oyl. Hereafter and until the demise of the Fleischers' studio, Popeye's shorts would be animated in Miami, Florida, and Margie Hines would be the voice of Olive until Mae Questel's return in 1944. The cartoon is in the public domain in the United States.

Paradzhanov (2013)

Paradjanov is a 2013 Ukrainian biographical drama film directed by Serge Avedikian and Olena Fetisova, about film director Sergei Parajanov. The film was selected as the Ukrainian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Vlcí jáma (1958)

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

Keye Luke (2012)

Keye Luke is a 2012 American short film directed by Timothy Tau, written by Timothy Tau, Ed Moy and Feodor Chin, and produced by Timothy Tau.

Oridathu (1986)

Oridathu (1987) is an Indian Malayalam satirical drama film written and directed by G. Aravindan. Nedumudi Venu, Sreenivasan, Thilakan, Vineeth, Krishnankutty Nair, Chandran Nair and Soorya form the cast. The story is about the problems faced by the people of a hamlet where electricity in unavailable, when electric supply finally reaches there. The film reaches a conclusion that life is better without electricity. The indefinability of the human mind is the theme of the film. Though the film is discussing a serious issue, the treatment of it is very simplistic. Humour and intensity characterise the film that is set in the mid-fifties. The film is different from many of Aravindan's earlier works in that it deals with a broad range of characters and lacks a clear-cut linear story. It became a major critical success and earned the best director awards for Aravindan at state and national film awards.

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 Vesuvians (1997)

The Vesuvians is a 1997 Italian anthology film directed by Antonio Capuano, Pappi Corsicato, Antonietta de Lillo, Stefano Incerti and Mario Martone. It consists of five segments, all set in Naples. It was entered into the main competition at the 1997 Venice Film Festival.

Of Men and Demons (1969)

Aubervilliers (1946)

Na kolejích ceká vrah (1970)

Millionaires (1926)

Millionaires is a lost 1926 American comedy film directed by Herman C. Raymaker and written by Edward Clark, C. Graham Baker and Raymond L. Schrock. It is based on the 1925 novel The Inevitable Millionaires by E. Phillips Oppenheim. The film stars George Sidney, Louise Fazenda, Vera Gordon, Nat Carr, Helene Costello and Arthur Lubin. The film was released by Warner Bros. on October 1, 1926.

Con quale amore, con quanto amore (1970)

Gas (1944)

Gas is an animated short, directed by Chuck Jones and first released in May, 1944. It features Private Snafu learning the value of a gas mask in warfare. The cartoon was produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons. The script writers for the Snafu cartoons were typically uncredited, though animation historians consider that several of them were written or co-written by Dr. Seuss and Munro Leaf.

The Shoemaker and the Elves (1935)

The Shoemaker and the Elves is a 1935 Color Rhapsodies short directed by Arthur Davis. It concerns a poor shoemaker who gives a little boy shelter from a storm.

The Jerky Boys: Don't Hang Up, Toughguy! (1995)

Don't Hang Up, Tough Guy! is a collection of prank calls and improvised skits performed by the Jerky Boys around New York City. Locations included the MTV intern offices, a double-decker bus tour, pay phones and supermarket intercoms. The prank calls involved training a hidden video camera on the receiving phone line. The Jerky Boys would then prank the person answering the phone from offscreen and record the subjects' responses. It was released on VHS for MTV Productions on July 4, 1995.

Lummox (1930)

Lummox is a 1930 American pre-Code sound film directed by Herbert Brenon, released through United Artists, and based on a 1923 novel by Fannie Hurst.

San Francisco Nights (1928)

San Francisco Nights is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Roy William Neill and starring Percy Marmont, Mae Busch and George E. Stone.

Hare Remover (1946)

Hare Remover is a Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, released in 1946. The film was the second Bugs Bunny cartoon to be directed by Frank Tashlin at Warner Bros., the first being The Unruly Hare (1945).

Empty Socks (1927)

Empty Socks (1927) is a short animated film made by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks that was considered a lost film until its rediscovery in Norway in 2014.

Dhan Daulat (1980)

Dhan Daulat is a 1980 Indian Bollywood film directed by Harish Shah and produced by Vinod Shah. It stars Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh in pivotal roles.

Fire and Ice: The Winter War of Finland and Russia (2006)

Fire and Ice: The Winter War of Finland and Russia is a documentary film, produced, written and directed by Ben Strout. It shows how the Finnish–Russian Winter War of 1939 influenced World War II and how Finland mobilized against the world’s largest military power.

Cheyenne's Pal (1917)

Cheyenne's Pal is a 1917 American silent Western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost.

A Hard Little Nut (1968)

Tough Nut is a 1967 Soviet comedy war film directed by Theodor Vulfovich.

Taming the West (1925)

The Taming of the West is a lost 1925 silent film western directed by Arthur Rosson and starring top cowboy star Hoot Gibson.

Die Wahlkämpfer (1993)

Wätterschmöcker (2010)

Sylvie et le fantôme (1946)

With this film, conceived during the occupation and released after the war, Claude Autant-Lara entered the realm of pure fantasy. Odette Joyeux stars as Sylvie, in love with a long-dead romantic figure from her family’s past. Sylvie’s father hires three actors to impersonate the ghost of her beloved, while the spirit himself (Jacques Tati, in his first feature-film role) stalks the grounds. Marrying a playful script, artful special effects, and wistful performances, Sylvie et le fantôme stages a delicate dance of enchantment.

Accused, Stand Up! (1930)

Accused, Stand Up! (French:Accusée, levez-vous!) is a 1930 French crime film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Gaby Morlay, Suzanne Delvé and Camille Bert. After the two female stars of a Parisian cabaret are seen arguing, one of them turns up dead. This leads to the arrest and trial of the other until the real culprit is caught. The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques Colombier.

Obszönitäten (1971)

Le pistonné (1970)

Trotz alledem! (1972)

Fragile(s) (2006)

Virtuosity (2014)

Reel Rock 7 (2012)

Espíritu de triunfo (2012)

Altid ballade (1955)

Altid ballade is a 1955 Danish drama film directed by Gabriel Axel which focuses on a working-class family. The film was a remake of Edith Carlmar's 1954 film Aldri annet enn bråk, and Axel's début as a film director.

Beyond Enemy Lines (2004)

Beyond the Front Line is a 2004 Finnish war film directed by Åke Lindman. The film is based on the diaries of Swedish-speaking Finnish soldiers who served in the Continuation War in 1942–1944.

Ayam El-Sadat (2001)

Ayyam El Sadat is a 2001 Egyptian biographical film about President of Egypt Anwar Al Sadat. The movie starred several prominent actors, with Ahmad Zaki as the Egyptian president. It is considered to be one of Zaki's greatest performances, capturing intimate details about the president in great accuracy. One notable characteristic of Sadat was his speech pattern, which Ahmad Zaki captured strongly in his performance.