Under Western Eyes (1996)

Under Western Eyes (Hebrew: Leneged Einayim Ma'araviyot‎‎) is a 1996 Israeli drama film written and directed by Joseph Pitchhadze. It was entered into the 47th Berlin International Film Festival.

Frontier Days (1945)

Der Teufel führt Regie (1951)

The Chinese Bungalow (1926)

The Chinese Bungalow is a 1926 British silent drama film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Matheson Lang, Genevieve Townsend and Juliette Compton. It was based on the play The Chinese Bungalow which was adapted for further films in 1930 and 1940. It was made by Stoll Pictures, whose principal star throughout the mid-1920s was Lang.

Like Father, Like Son (1985)

Mystery (2014)

Law of the Badlands (1945)

The Rest Is Silence (2008)

The Rest Is Silence (Romanian: Restul e tăcere) is a 2007 Romanian film directed by Nae Caranfil. It was Romania's official submission for the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film had a budget of over 2 million Euros and tells the story of the first feature film in Romanian history. The film was the most expensive Romanian film to date.

Cannibal (2006)

Cannibal is a 2006 German direct-to-video horror film written, directed and produced by Marian Dora.

The Wayward Girl (1959)

The Wayward Girl is a 1959 Norwegian film directed by Edith Carlmar with a screenplay by Otto Carlmar and Niels Johan Rud. It marks the acting debut of Norwegian film actress Liv Ullmann who had previously appeared as an uncredited extra in Edith Carlmar's 1957 film Fools in the Mountain.The film is about the affair between two young lovers, the uneducated and wild Gerd, and her bourgeois boyfriend, university student Anders who decides to run away with Gerd to continue their relationship when his parents disapprove of them.

Fidelio (1990)

Careless Love (1976)

The Wolf Man (1923)

The Wolf Man is a 1924 American silent drama film that starred John Gilbert and Norma Shearer, before they signed with the newly formed MGM. Directed by Edmund Mortimer, the film's story was written by Reed Heustis, and written by Fanny and Frederic Hatton. The Wolf Man is now considered lost.

Empty Eyes (1953)

Il sole negli occhi (internationally released as Empty Eyes) is a 1953 Italian drama film directed by Antonio Pietrangeli. It stars Gabriele Ferzetti.

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2021)

The Secret Policeman's Ball (2006)

Lisbon Story (1946)

Lisbon Story is a 1946 British musical thriller film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Patricia Burke, David Farrar, Walter Rilla and Austin Trevor. The screenplay concerns a cabaret singer and a British intelligence officer who travel to Berlin to rescue an atomic scientist being held there.

Adventure (2014)

Summarnátt (2013)

The Boys (1962)

The Boys (Finnish: Pojat) is a 1962 Finnish war drama film directed by Mikko Niskanen. It is based on a novel by Paavo Rintala. It was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival. The story conveys the life of school boys in the turbulent period of the World War II in Oulu in northern Finland. The young men, in the absence of their fathers who have gone to war, are fascinated by war and the German Army soldiers and dream of heroic deeds.

Salama Is Safe (1937)

Salama is Okay or Salama is Safe is a film created in 1937. The film is a comedy by the inexhaustible Egyptian director Naizi Mostafa, written by, and starring, the famous actor, Naguib el-Rihani.

Decameron Nights (1924)

Decameron Nights is a 1924 British-German silent drama film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Lionel Barrymore, Ivy Duke and Werner Krauss. It is based on the novel Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio.

Santa (1943)

Santa is a 1943 Mexican romantic drama film directed by Norman Foster and Alfredo Gómez de la Vega. It stars Esther Fernández, José Cibrián, and Ricardo Montalban.

Three Live Ghosts (1929)

Three Live Ghosts is a 1929 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Thornton Freeland and starring Beryl Mercer, Harry Stubbs, Robert Montgomery, and Tenen Holtz. Three veterans of World War I return home to London after the armistice, only to find they have been mistakenly listed as dead. It was based on the play Three Live Ghosts by Frederic S. Isham. Made in the early sound era when Hollywood savored any successful play and its dialogue, this film is a rendition of the Broadway play and also a remake of the 1922 Paramount silent, Three Live Ghosts. Mercer, McNaughton, and Allister would reprise their roles for a 1936 remake produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Moc (1973)

Trouble (1931)

The First Time (2013)

If There Weren't Any Blacks You'd Have to Invent Them (1968)

Doña Diabla (1950)

The Devil Is a Woman (Spanish: Doña Diabla) is a 1950 Mexican drama film directed by Tito Davison. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.

The Cat Came Back (1944)

Three's a Crowd (1932)

Three's a Crowd is an American animated short film. It is a Merrie Melodies cartoon, released on December 10, 1932, although one source gives it a release date of January 17, 1933. Like most Merrie Melodies of its day, it was directed by Rudolf Ising and it prominently features the song whose title it shares. Frank Marsales provided musical direction.

Sex and the Single Alien (1993)

Daughters (2014)

Der Kaufmann von Venedig (1923)

The Merchant of Venice (German: Der Kaufmann von Venedig) is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by Peter Paul Felner and starring Werner Krauss, Henny Porten and Harry Liedtke. The film is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice. It was released in the United States in 1926 as The Jew of Mestri. The film was made on location in Venice, with scenes and characters added which were not in the original play. This is the surviving copy, being two reels shorter than the German version. The characters in the German retained Shakespeare’s nomenclature, but in the American they were given new names sourced from the Italian work Il Pecorone, a 14th-century short story collection attributed to Giovanni Fiorentino, from which Shakespeare is believed to have drawn his idea. The film purports to be a return to the original, as an excuse for its differences from the play.

Skunk (2012)

Seclusion (2006)

Brutal (2008)

Petersburg Nights (1958)

To Fili Tis... Zois (2007)

To Fili Tis Zois (Greek: Το φιλί της ζωής) is a 2007 film directed by Nick Zapatina.This film is known for its soundtrack, written and produced by Nick Zapatina (see To Fili Tis Zois (soundtrack)).

Libido (1965)

Libido is a 1965 Italian giallo thriller film directed by Ernesto Gastaldi and Vittorio Salerno and starring Giancarlo Giannini and Dominique Boschero.

Dou qi xiao shen xian (1985)

The Only Son (2013)

La vallée des larmes (2012)

Strange Weather (1993)

Tou qing si xiang pao (1985)

Wonder Woman (2013)

Alias (2013)

Alias is a 2013 Canadian documentary film directed by Michelle Latimer, a Canadian actress, director and filmmaker of Métis/Algonquin descent, in her feature film directorial debut.

Koo tae patihan (2003)

Curtain Call (2014)

How to Make Love to a Woman (1995)

Clowns & Robbers (2013)

Jane (1986)

Root (2012)

Cangaceiro (1953)

O Cangaceiro (lit. "The Cangaceiro"; also known as The Bandit and The Bandits) is a 1953 Brazilian action drama film directed by Lima Barreto. After some reluctance by its studio Vera Cruz, Barreto shot it in 1952. After its release it was national and international success, and won several film awards, including at the Cannes Film Festival. It was poorly received in retrospect despite being praised by the time of its release and started a subgenre in Brazilian cinema.

Hamlet (1976)

Teen Lust (1979)

Teen Lust (also known as The Girls Next Door and Mom Never Told Me in the United States, and released as Police Girls Academy in the United Kingdom) is a 1979 American sexploitation comedy film directed by actor James Hong.

Birds of Passage (2001)

The Last Frontier (1932)

The Last Frontier is an American Pre-Code 12-chapter serial, distributed by RKO Radio Pictures in 1932. The serial starred Lon Chaney, Jr. as the Zorro-esque hero The Black Ghost. Dorothy Gulliver was the leading female star. The total running time of the serial is 213 minutes.

Spirit (2010)

Resurrection (1931)

Resurrection is a 1931 American Pre-Code English-language adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy novel Resurrection produced by Universal Studios. It was an all-talking version starring John Boles and Lupe Vélez. It was directed by Edwin Carewe, who had also directed the previous 1927 silent adaptation. A Spanish language version, Resurrección was also made in the same year by Universal Studios. The film starred John Boles as well as Lupe Vélez, who also starred in the Spanish-language version.

A-Haunting We Will Go (1966)

A-Haunting We Will Go is a 1966 theatrical Looney Tunes cartoon that was directed by Robert McKimson. As with the other Witch Hazel cartoons, June Foray voices Witch Hazel while Mel Blanc voices Speedy Gonzales, Daffy Duck, and Daffy's nephew. This is the last Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Witch Hazel, as well as the last Looney Tunes cartoon with June Foray's voice acting in the Golden Age. However, she would reprise her role as Witch Hazel once again in an episode of the 2003 Duck Dodgers series.

Blame (2014)

The Perfect Woman (1981)

An alien king sends two of his most loyal--and, as it turns out, stupidest--subjects to Earth to find him a queen to help rule his planet.

The Gorilla (1930)

The Gorilla (1930) is an all-talking pre-Code murder mystery comedy film produced by First National Pictures, distributed by Warner Bros., and directed by Bryan Foy. The movie stars Joe Frisco, Harry Gribbon, Walter Pidgeon and Lila Lee. The film was based on the 1925 play, of the same name, by Ralph Spence. The 1930 film version was a sound remake of the 1927 silent version, which was also produced by First National Pictures. No film elements from The Gorilla are known to survive. The soundtrack, which was recorded on Vitaphone disks, may survive in private hands.

The Story of Tosca (1941)

Tosca is a 1941 Italian historical drama film directed by Carl Koch and Jean Renoir and starring Imperio Argentina, Michel Simon and Rossano Brazzi. It is an adaptation of Victorien Sardou's play La Tosca and its subsequent opera version, Tosca, composed by Giacomo Puccini to a libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. It was released in the United States as The Story of Tosca.It was shot at the Scalera Studios in Rome with location shooting also taking place around the city. The film's sets were designed by the art director Gustav Abel.Jean Renoir was originally hired as the film's director, and was encouraged to make the film by the French government as part of an effort to encourage Italy to remain neutral in the Second World War. However, he left Rome following Italy's entry into the war and the film was completed by the German director Carl Koch.In 1943 it was released in Spain (where Imperio Argentina was a major star) by the film studio Cifesa.

Slash (2013)

What's Love Got to Do with It? (2002)

The Spoilers (1930)

The Spoilers is a 1930 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Edwin Carewe and starring Gary Cooper, Kay Johnson, and Betty Compson. Set in Nome, Alaska during the 1898 Gold Rush, the film is about a gold prospector and a corrupt Alaska politician who fight for control over a gold mine. The film features a spectacular saloon fistfight between Cooper and William "Stage" Boyd. The Spoilers was adapted to screen by Bartlett Cormack from the 1906 Rex Beach novel of the same name. Film versions also appeared in 1914, 1923 (with Noah Beery as McNamara), 1942 (with John Wayne in Gary Cooper's role of Glennister, Marlene Dietrich replacing Compson, whom she resembled, as Malotte, and Randolph Scott as McNamara), and 1955 (with Anne Baxter as Malotte, Jeff Chandler as Glennister, and Rory Calhoun as McNamara). The 1930 and 1942 versions were the only instance of Gary Cooper and John Wayne playing exactly the same role in the same story in two different films.

Comedian Harmonists (1976)

Snowman's Land (1939)

Claws (1982)

Haru (2001)

The Letter (1998)

The Daring Young Man (1935)

The Daring Young Man is a 1935 American comedy film directed by William A. Seiter and written by Sam Hellman, William Hurlbut and Glenn Tryon. The film stars James Dunn, Mae Clarke, Neil Hamilton, Sidney Toler, Warren Hymer and Stanley Fields. The film was released on May 24, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation.

Cinnamon (2006)

Wir (1983)

Barefoot (2012)

Inseparable (2001)

The Morning After (2012)

Tides (2007)

Khao niao moo ping (2006)

Love Letters (1970)

The Sign of the Cross (1914)

The Sign of the Cross is a 1914 American drama silent film directed by Frederick A. Thomson and written by Wilson Barrett. The film stars William Farnum, Rosina Henley, Sheridan Block, Morgan Thorpe, Ethel Grey Terry, Lila Barclay and George Majeroni. The film was released on December 21, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.

Naam (1953)

Jack & Jill (1987)

Les Misérables (1912)

What Lies Within (2017)

What Lies Within is a 2017 Nigerian drama thriller film starring an ensemble cast of Michelle Dede, Paul Utomi, Ebele Okaro, Kiki Omeili, Okey Uzoeshi, Vanessa Nzediegwu, Ken Erics, Odenike and Tope Tedela. The film is written by Paul Utomi and directed by Vanessa Nzediegwu. What Lies Within was shot on location in Lagos, Nigeria.

Six Pack (2011)

Bondage (1968)

Les hors-la-loi (1969)

Pisil (1998)

Men in White (2007)

In the Bag (1932)

Must Peeter (2008)

Seinen no ki (1960)

Rece do góry (1981)

Ręce do góry (known in its subitled English version as Hands Up!) is a Polish drama film directed by Jerzy Skolimowski. It is the fourth of a series of semi-autobiographical films in which Skolimowski himself plays his alter ego, Andrzej Leszczyc. At the time it was banned in Poland, under the Communist regime, for 18 years because it depicted the Stalinist past. The film was originally made in 1967 in monochrome by pl:Zespół Filmowy Syrena studio. In a twenty-minute section (filmed in colour) added by Skolimowski in 1981 he explains how the original was withheld by Polish censors of the time, and that this was a principal cause of his leaving his country; however following liberalisation in Poland, he was invited to resuscitate it. The introduction includes, apart from some fictional apocalyptic passages, shots of Beirut ruined by the civil wars of the 1970s, where Skolimowski is working as an actor on Volker Schloendorff's German film Die Fälschung (Circle of Deceit), and also shots of London featuring demonstrations in favour of Solidarnosc, Speaker's Corner, and an exhibition of Skolimowski's own paintings. These sections include cameo roles by Bruno Ganz, David Essex, Mike Sarne and others. Some of the music in this introduction is from the 1970 choral work Kosmogonia by the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki. The original film is a surrealistic reunion of Leszczyc (who has apparently become a veterinary surgeon) and some of his student colleagues. They refer to themselves by the makes of the cars they own - Leszczyc owns a Zastawa, one owns a Wartburg, the others own more upmarket models such as an Opel Rekord or the Alfa Romeo owned by the unhappily married couple. Supposedly taking speed (although it is later revealed the pills are a placebo), and carousing in the cattle truck of a freight train, the group offers various satirical sidelights on Polish society of the 1960s. The characters also reflect that the truck may have been one of those in which the former generation were transported during World War II to the Nazi death camps. The final credits show the actors as they are in 1981, with the exception of Bogumil Kobiela,who died in 1969. The film was screened out of competition at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival.

The Two Faces of Love (1974)

Bérénice (1983)

The Road to Victory (1944)

Road to Victory is a 1944 short film notable for the appearance of Bing Crosby, a major singing and movie star, Cary Grant, a major actor in motion pictures, and Frank Sinatra, a young singer who would soon become a movie star himself. The short also featured Benny Goodman and Harry James. The movie was an edited and truncated re-release of The Shining Future from the same year.

Coming Soon (1982)

Coming Soon is a 1982 documentary film directed by John Landis for Universal. Landis used trailers of old Universal horror and thriller movies to create his own contribution to his favorite movie genres. The film is narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis.