The Eyes Diary (2014)

Run with the Wind (1966)

Die Käserei in der Vehfreude (1958)

The Cheese Factory in the Hamlet (German:Die Käserei in der Vehfreude) is a 1958 Swiss historical comedy film directed by Franz Schnyder and starring Annemarie Düringer, Franz Matter and Heinrich Gretler. It is an adaptation of the 1850 novel of the same title by Jeremias Gotthelf. With its rural nineteenth century setting, it is part of the group of popular heimatfilm made after the Second World War.

Too Beautiful: Our Right to Fight (2016)

SEE: An Art Road Trip (2013)

Aragure (2013)

Take Off Your Clothes and Live (1963)

Take Off Your Clothes and Live! is a 1963 British naturist film directed by Arnold Louis Miller. It was partly shot in the south of France.

Police Car 17 (1933)

Secret to Health (2014)

Bouquets 1-10 (1995)

Peau de cochon (2005)

Mail Early for Xmas (1959)

Write of Passage (2011)

Line of Beauty and Grace: A Documentary About Jock Sturges (2009)

Machetero (2008)

Toy Town Hall (1936)

Toy Town Hall is a 1936 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng.

Cool It, Charlie (1969)

Moochin' Pooch (1971)

Training Pigeons (1936)

Training Pigeons is a 1936 Fleischer Studios animated short film featuring Betty Boop and Pudgy the Pup.

Hammer & Tickle (2007)

Hammer & Tickle: The Communist Joke Book is a 2006 documentary film about nature of Russian political jokes under the powerful and socially restrictive Communist regime of the Soviet Union and her satellite nations. The film's name exemplifies the kind of mockery or criticism of the regime that the Soviet government would have found to be disagreeable by playing on the symbol of communism itself, the hammer and sickle. The film tells the story of the power that jokes had to enable social and political change and advance personal freedoms from within the USSR - the film's opening scene takes quote from George Orwell's 1984: "Every joke is a tiny revolution."

Worldly Desires (2005)

Adebar (1957)

Love Hate (2009)

Betty Page: Pin Up Queen (1998)

Bettie Page (in her films credited as Betty Page) was the top pin up queen of the 50's and has become the cult model of the last decades. Bettie was known for her distinctive hair-cut and figure when she became the most photographed pin up of all time. In the period 1951 until 1956 she appeared in 3 feature length burlesque films (Striporama, Varietease, Teaserama) and several Exotic Dance films, featured on this DVD.

The Queen Family (2006)

Evdokia (1971)

Evdokia (Greek: Ευδοκία) is one of the most important works of Greek cinema. It is a drama of passion whose main characters are a sergeant and a prostitute (Evdokia) who get married after a brief passionate affair. Very soon, however, the influence of their environment strains their relationship, and the man tries to break away, but without success. The pair is surrounded by harsh light, the rock, the bare landscapes and military exercises, on the one hand, and sensuality and constrictions, on the other. Because of her occupation, Evdokia both attracts and repels the sergeant. The petit bourgeois environment, the lumpen elements, the social fringes and petty interests stifle the young couple: they apparently want to rebel, but never succeed. With everything moving among violent sensuality, cruelty, coarseness, and total austerity, this "prosaic" story assumes the dimensions of an ancient tragedy. The inner struggle of the protagonists, the conflict of desires and values, the straightforward narration, vigorous pace, immediacy and sound construction constitute one of the most important works of the Greek cinema. In Greece, the film is mostly known for the popular Zeibekiko instrumental piece "Zeibekiko of Evdokia", written by Manos Loizos. In 1986, Evdokia was voted by the Greek Film Critics Association as the best Greek film of all time.

Oorukku 4 Peru (2011)

The Battle of the Bulge... The Brave Rifles (1965)

The Battle of the Bulge... The Brave Rifles is a 1965 documentary film produced by Laurence E. Mascott. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Justice Be Damned (2007)

Money Power Respect (2006)

Pixies: Live at the Paradise in Boston (2006)

Ojosama Sosamo (1996)

Origins of the Da Vinci Code (2005)

Blaník (1998)

Damned Holiday (1958)

Hug (2008)

Theory of Achievement (1991)

Nukes in Space (1999)

The Pee Wee Herman Show (1981)

Celtic Woman (2005)

Tripping (2006)

Henry Rollins: Live at Luna Park (2004)

Fruit Is Swelling (1997)

I'll Be Your Mirror (1996)

Fishes in August (1998)

Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card (2000)

Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card (劇場版カードキャプターさくら 封印されたカード, Gekijōban Kādokyaputā Sakura Fūin Sareta Kādo) is the second anime film, sequel, and the finale to the anime television series adaptation of Clamp's Cardcaptor Sakura. The animation was produced by Madhouse, while it was directed by Morio Asaka and written by Nanase Ōkawa (Clamp's head writer). It won the Feature Film Award at the 2000 Animation Kobe. The film was released on DVD in 2003.

A Mormon Maid (1917)

A Mormon Maid is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and written by Charles Sarver and Paul West. The film stars Mae Murray, Frank Borzage, Hobart Bosworth, Edythe Chapman, Noah Beery, Sr., and Richard Henry Cummings. The film was released on April 22, 1917, by Paramount Pictures.

Gostanza da Libbiano (2000)

Gostanza da Libbiano is a 2000 Italian historical drama film written and directed by Paolo Benvenuti. It is rigorously based on the original 1594 trial records of the eponymous nun accused of witchcraft in Tuscany. It was entered into the main competition at the 2000 Locarno International Film Festival, in which it won the Special Jury Prize.

Time for Loving (1983)

Time for Loving (released in Italy as Sapore di mare) is a 1983 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Vanzina. It obtained a great commercial success and launched a short-living subgenre of revival-nostalgic comedy films. It also generated a sequel, Sapore di mare 2 - Un anno dopo. For her performance in this film Virna Lisi won a David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress and a Silver Ribbon in the same category.

Al Murray: The Pub Landlord Live - A Glass of White Wine for the Lady (2004)

Jack Dee: Live in London (1999)

Cannibal Corpse: Live Cannibalism (2000)

Trekkers: A Fan's Guide (2008)

Shelter Dogs (2003)

Shelter Dogs is a 2003 documentary film directed and produced by Cynthia Wade about animal welfare in the United States and the ethics of animal euthanasia. Following a particular Upstate New York animal shelter and its staff over a three-year time span, Wade gives her audience a complex, honest look at the situations that arise when it comes to homeless animals and some of the difficult, controversial decisions that must be made within them.

20 Years of Jethro Tull (1988)

Kevin Bloody Wilson: Live 2004 (2004)

Den grønne heisen (1981)

Den grønne heisen (English: The green elevator) is a 1981 Norwegian comedy film directed by Odd-Geir Sæther, based on a play by Avery Hopwood, and starring Rolv Wesenlund and Øivind Blunck.

A Few Notes on Our Food Problem (1968)

A Few Notes on Our Food Problem is a 1968 documentary film directed by James Blue[fr]. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

The Talking Car (1969)

Emitaï (1971)

Emitaï is a 1971 Senegalese drama film directed by Ousmane Sembène. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Silver Prize. The film is set in late World War II, with the Vichy government conscripting men from France's colonies. A revolt breaks out in a Diola village where the women hide the rice crop harvest instead of submitting to the French tax. The resistance unfolds in the village simultaneous to the resistance fighting in metropolitan France. When the metropole is liberated, the Diola village sees portraits of Charles de Gaulle replacing posters of Vichy's Marshal Pétain, but circumstances of the village remains unchanged. Emitai was censored for five years in French-speaking Africa.

A Walk with Kiarostami (2003)

U.S.-based film professor Jamsheed Akrami talks to Iranian master Abbas Kiarostami in an inpromptu video interview, which offers a frank and funny view of Kiarostami rarely seen before. The interview was conducted over a span of two days during the Galway Film Fleadh in Ireland in 2003. In the first segment, on a ferry trip returning from Aran Islands where Robert Flaherty shot his classic Man of Aran, Kiarostami makes a few self-depricating remarks and draws an amusing parallel between the dearth of women and scarcity of water in his films before he discusses transformation of reality in the process of “framing” in photography and film. In the second part, shot on a rainy summer afternoon, Kiarostami is shown hard at work capturing the Irish landscapes of Galway with his still camera. The interview primarily focuses on Kiarostami’s fascination with nature photography. He justifies his interest in working in several media as a restless attempt in countering his fear of inadequacy. Later in the piece, Mr. Kiarostami expresses regret for not having enough hair to look more attractive in front of the camera.

Among Men (1960)

The Blue Sextet (1971)

The Photo-Drama of Creation (1914)

The Photo-Drama of Creation, or Creation-Drama, is a four-part Christian film (eight hours in total) produced by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania under the direction of Charles Taze Russell, the founder of the Bible Student movement. The film presents their beliefs about God's plan from the creation of the earth through to the end of the 1,000 year reign of Christ.

The Great Toy Robbery (1963)

Music in the Blood (2010)

Puppet Princess (2000)

Ko-Ko's Earth Control (1928)

Shipyard (1935)

To spiti tou Kain (2000)

Anders Fjelsted - Barnligt voksen (2011)

Festa PLOC 80's: A Melhor Festa Anos 80 (2006)

Witness to Apartheid (1986)

Witness to Apartheid is a 1986 American documentary film directed by Sharon I. Sopher. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Written by Sharon I. Sopher and Peter Kinoy, the film also won a Cine Golden Eagle. The filmmaker, Sharon I. Sopher, also won an Emmy Award for its direction.

Intolerance (2000)

Into the Lost Crystal Caves (2010)

The Garden of Sinners Epilogue (2011)

The Tour Operators (2001)

Backwoods Bloodbath (2007)

Beyond The Mind's Eye (1992)

Rush: Exit... Stage Left (1982)

Dave Hughes Live (2006)

Scenes from the Sex Struggles at North Beverly Drive, Los Angeles, CA (Remix) (2007)

World's Biggest Penis (2006)

Läppli am Zoll (1954)

Blybarnen (2010)

A Beauty's Torture (1967)

Harvest Festival (1930)

Frozen Frolics (1930)

Down: Diary of a Mad Band - Europe in the Year of VI (2010)

Rakete (1999)

Robert: A Fortunate Life (1996)

'A Santanotte (1922)

Paper Airplanes (2001)

Go Fly a Kit (1957)

Go Fly a Kit is a 1957 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. It is available on disc 4 of the DVD set Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4. The title is a pun on the phrase "Go fly a kite."

La force des choses (1998)

Cluck Cluck (2003)

An Evening with Wynton Marsalis and Willie Nelson (2009)

Trapped (1923)

Moscow Cat Theater (2008)

Reign of Death (2009)