Hassle in a Castle (1966)

Operation Shanghai (1966)

Mucho Locos (1966)

Mucho Locos is a 1966 Merrie Melodies animated short featuring Speedy Gonzales and Daffy Duck. In the short, Speedy highlights some of his and Daffy's previous exploits. It was the only cartoon in the series where Daffy gets the upper hand at the end. It was also the final appearance of Porky Pig in the Golden Age of Animation. Porky appears in the Robin Hood Daffy segment. It is the only cartoon to have Porky Pig and Speedy Gonzales paired together, although unseen together.

Officer 666 (1920)

Wan shi liu fang (1942)

Eternity (Chinese: 万世流芳; pinyin: Wàn Shì Liú Fāng) is a controversial 1943 Chinese film made in Japanese-occupied Shanghai during the Second World War. The film was a collaborative effort between the Japanese-controlled Manchukuo Film Association and Chinese filmmakers that remained in Shanghai under the Japanese-controlled Zhonglian Productions ("United China") brand. Telling the story of Lin Zexu and the First Opium War, the film was designed by producers Kawakita Nagamasa and Zhang Shankun to offer "an interpretive fluidity to accommodate every spectator's ideological position." For Japanese audiences, the film could be read as anti-Western, as promoting the ostensibly "anti-colonialist" agenda of the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere. To Chinese audiences, on the other hand, the film promoted a spirit of resistance to a foreign enemy – namely, Japan – and upon its release garnered the largest audience in Chinese cinematic history. Ultimately the film (and the Shanghai filmmakers) was seen as tools of the enemy once the war was over, with many involved in the production (notably directors Bu Wancang, Ma-Xu Weibang, and Zhu Shilin) eventually moving to Hong Kong due to the hostile environment.

Yakuza kannon: Iro Jingi (1973)

Qi qiao feng huang bi yu dao (1979)

Shevgyachya Shenga (1956)

Drumsticks is a 1955 Indian film directed by Shantaram Athavale. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

Hanka (1955)

Hanka is a 1955 Yugoslavian film directed by Slavko Vorkapić. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

The Leech (1956)

The Leech is a 1956 Egyptian drama film directed by Salah Abu Seif. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

Suburban Romance (1958)

Suburban Romance is a 1958 Czechoslovak romance film directed by Zbyněk Brynych. It was entered into the 1958 Cannes Film Festival.

Heintje - Einmal wird die Sonne wieder scheinen (1970)

Eto v nashikh silakh (1970)

Zhurnal politsatiry No. 2 (1941)

Captive Flock (1962)

Captive Flock is a 1962 Bulgarian drama film directed by Ducho Mundrov. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.

The Pipes (1966)

The Pipes is a 1966 Czechoslovak film directed by Vojtěch Jasný. It was entered into the 1966 Cannes Film Festival.

The Last Meeting (1967)

The Last Meeting is a 1967 Spanish drama film directed by Antonio Eceiza. It was entered into the 1967 Cannes Film Festival.

Finalmente la felicità (2011)

Finally the Happiness (Finalmente la felicità) is a 2011 film directed by and starring Leonardo Pieraccioni.

What A Beautiful Day (2011)

What a Beautiful Day (Italian: Che bella giornata) is a 2011 Italian film directed by Gennaro Nunziante starring Checco Zalone, Luigi Luciano and Rocco Papaleo.

Baciato dalla fortuna (2011)

Baciato dalla fortuna is a 2011 Italian comedy film directed by Paolo Costella. It is based on the Vincenzo Salemme's comedy play Fiore di ictus. The film debuted at the second place on the Italian box office chart.

Fuga da Reuma Park (2016)

The Singing City (2011)

Street Dance (1984)

Leden syn (2005)

Riderà! (Cuore matto) (1967)

Versiya polkovnika Zorina (1978)

Nevermore, Forever (1976)

Anuska, Manequim e Mulher (1968)

Touchy (1976)

The Pioneer's Violin (1971)

Half the Town (2015)

Der Trinker (1995)

Touha (1958)

Desire is a 1958 Czechoslovak film directed by Vojtěch Jasný. It was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.

Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhose II. Teil: Zwei Kumpel auf der Alm (1974)

Stripper Wives (1999)

Life Is A Circus, Charlie Brown (1980)

Life is a Circus, Charlie Brown is the 20th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on October 24, 1980. The special won an Emmy Award in 1981 for Outstanding Animated Program.

Libre Echange (2010)

Dreams from the Outback (2019)

72hrs the Hague: Western (2018)

The Archive (2008)

Transfigurations: Transgressing Gender in the Bible (2017)

Spymasters: CIA in the Crosshairs (2015)

Balloons over Babylon (2019)

Vixens of Virtue, Vixens of Vice (2010)

A Good Samaritan in New York City (2013)

Welcome to Essex (2018)

Beur sur la ville (2011)

Beur sur la ville is a 2011 French comedy directed by Djamel Bensalah.

Magnet of Doom (1963)

Magnet of Doom (French: L'Aîné des Ferchaux) is a 1963 French film, directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, based on the novel of the same title by Georges Simenon.

Alkali Ike's Auto (1911)

Alkali Ike's Auto is a 1911 American comedy film directed by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, one of the "Alkali Ike" series.

Schroeder's Wonderful World (2006)

Weißer Holunder (1957)

La leyenda del unicornio (2001)

Birds Anonymous (1957)

When Sylvester learns of the possibly dire consequences of his passion for birds, he joins Birds Anonymous to quit. Unfortunately, the outside world taxes his resolve to the limit.

She Was an Acrobat's Daughter (1937)

She Was an Acrobat's Daughter is an animated short in the Merrie Melodies series, produced by Vitaphone Productions and released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. on April 10, 1937. This animated short was directed by Isadore Freleng and produced by Leon Schlesinger.

Keine Lieder über Liebe (2005)

Lumber Jerks (1955)

Lumber Jerks is a 1955 Looney Tunes short featuring the Goofy Gophers, Mac and Tosh.

Die Aufschneider (2007)

Winsor McCay, the Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and His Moving Comics (1911)

Little Nemo, also known as Winsor McCay: The Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and His Moving Comics, is a 1911 silent animated short film by American cartoonist Winsor McCay. One of the earliest animated films, it was McCay's first, and featured characters from McCay's comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland. Its expressive character animation distinguished the film from the experiments of earlier animators.

Die schöne Lügnerin (1959)

Freeze Frame (1979)

Freeze Frame is a 1992 television film directed by William Bindley.

Les turlupins (1980)

Monte Cassino (1946)

Neck 'n' Neck (1928)

Enchanted Isles (1965)

De Pernas Pro Ar (1957)

Blackhawk: Fearless Champion of Freedom (1952)

The Miraculous Blackhawk: Freedom's Champion, also known simply as Blackhawk, is a 1952 15-chapter black-and-white movie serial adventure from Columbia Pictures based on the comic book Blackhawk, published at the time by Quality Comics, but now owned by DC Comics, and was Columbia's forty-ninth serial. Home release publishing has since given the serial a tagline of "Fearless Champion of Freedom".

The Fall of Italy (1981)

The Fall of Italy, is a 1981 Yugoslav war film directed by Lordan Zafranović.

Voorbij, voorbij (1979)

All Things Pass is a 1979 television film directed by Paul Verhoeven. In Douglas Keesey's book on Verhoeven, he writes that the film is a coda to Verhoeven's previous film Soldier of Orange (1977). It concerns several Dutch resistance fighters 35 years after World War II who have sworn revenge on a Dutch SS officer who shot their friend during the Netherlands' resistance to Nazi occupation. Upon finding the man, they discover that he is now paralysed and would suffer more to stay alive than be killed.

The Truth About Mother Goose (1957)

The Truth About Mother Goose is an animated film released in 1957 by Walt Disney Productions. and directed by Bill Justice and Wolfgang Reitherman. In it, a trio of jazz-singing jesters sing three Mother Goose nursery rhymes, while an off screen narrator explains their origins in three animated vignettes. The rhymes include:"Little Jack Horner": Thomas Horner, allegedly stealing a title deed in transit to Henry VIII of England. "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary": The life of Mary Stuart. The segment claims that the "silver bells" are said to "refer to the elaborate decoration on her dresses", the "cockle shells" to her love of exotic food such as cockles, with the "pretty maids all in a row" referring to her ladies-in-waiting. "London Bridge Is Falling Down": The gradual deterioration and dilapidation of the medieval Old London Bridge.

Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space (2009)

Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space is a 2009 Halloween television special, based on the film Monsters vs. Aliens. It was produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Peter Ramsey. The special premiered in Ireland on RTÉ One on October 26, 2009, and aired in the USA on the NBC network on October 28, 2009.

Chez nous c'est trois! (2013)

A domani (1999)

Who Are You? (2001)

Black Harvest (2014)

Berlin Chamissoplatz (1980)

Scene of the Crime: A Tooth for a Tooth (1985)

Bad Boy (1925)

Cleveland Smith: Bounty Hunter (1982)

Cleveland Smith: Bounty Hunter is a 1982 short film written and directed by Josh Becker and starring Bruce Campbell.

Woody the Free-Loader (1968)

Little Skeeter (1969)

Good King Dagobert (1984)

Good King Dagobert (French title: Le Bon Roi Dagobert; in Italian: Dagobert) is a 1984 French-Italian film directed by Dino Risi.

Shanghaied Shipmates (1936)

Le sabotier du Val de Loire (1956)

Max Headroom (1985)

Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future is a 1985 cyberpunk television film created by Chrysalis Visual Programming Ltd. for Channel 4 in the UK to provide a back story for Max Headroom, a computer generated TV host. A British produced, yet American broadcast, television series, Max Headroom, was later developed from the original film. HBO provided some of the original funding.

Porky the Rain-Maker (1936)

Female Conscripts (1908)

Satan in Prison (1907)

Satan in Prison is a 1907 short silent film directed by and starring Georges Méliès. The five-minute silent was produced by his Star Film Company. It was released in the United States in November 1907. The film was the last in a series of films in which Méliès appeared as Satan, described as a "perfect capstone to the screenings". Méliès had formally been a successful magician and stage performer and he found the Devil to be the perfect character to perform magic in his films.

Sightseeing Through Whisky (1907)

The Eighth Day of the Week (1958)

The Eighth Day of the Week (Polish: Ósmy dzień tygodnia) is a 1958 Polish drama film directed by Aleksander Ford.

How I Was Systematically Destroyed by an Idiot (1983)

Vsichko e lyubov (1979)

Heimat Fragments: The Women (2006)

Guerrero (2017)

The Sex of the Mothers (2012)

My Deadly Playmate (2018)

Tara Reata (2018)

Ouijageist (2018)

After renting a new apartment, a single mom finds a spirit board buried in the backyard, which conjures the spirits of a group of evil entities who haunt her and her family. A local priest is enlisted to help her put these souls to rest forever.

The Dream of Lu (2012)

A Comedy of Tears (2017)

O Hero! (2016)