Gipsy Kings: Tierra Gitana (1996)

The Birth of Magellan: Cadenza I (1977)

Momus Man of Letters (1994)

Mighty Taro's Reckless Training (1928)

Der Brandner Kaspar und das ewig' Leben (1975)

Sugartown: The Bridegrooms (2007)

Piramiddo no kanata ni: White Lion densetsu (1989)

The Countess of Monte-Christo (1932)

The Countess of Monte-Christo (German:Die Gräfin von Monte-Christo) is a 1932 German comedy drama film directed by Karl Hartl and starring Brigitte Helm, Rudolf Forster and Lucie Englisch.

Hyper Space (1989)

Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes (1939)

Robert Koch (German title: Robert Koch, der Bekämpfer des Todes) is a 1939 German historical drama film directed by Hans Steinhoff and starring Emil Jannings, Werner Krauss and Viktoria von Ballasko. The film was a biopic of the German pioneering microbiologist Robert Koch (1843-1910). The film was made by the Terra Film company, and was also distributed in the United States by the largest German studio UFA.

Horoscope (1991)

In me non c'è che futuro (2011)

Great Tenor Performances (1999)

Octagon Force (1979)

The King of the White Elephant (1940)

The King of the White Elephant (Thai: พระเจ้าช้างเผือก or Prajao Changpeuk; RTGS: Phrachao Chang Phueak) is a 1940 Thai historical drama film. Based on a novel and produced by Pridi Banomyong and released before Thailand's involvement in World War II, the English-language film carried a propaganda message from anti-war interests in Thailand, that Thailand should remain neutral, and only go to war to defend its sovereignty against foreign invaders. However, on December 8, 1941, Thailand was occupied by the Japanese and officially sided with the Axis powers during the war.

Der möblierte Herr (1971)

A Man Walks into a Bar (2013)

Zoom at the Top (1962)

Zoom at the Top is a 1962 Merrie Melodies Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner cartoon.

Zoku tameiki (1974)

Office Lady Journal: Ruined Lust (1974)

Strangled Eggs (1961)

Strangled Eggs is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon animated short starring Foghorn Leghorn, Miss Prissy and Henery Hawk. Released March 18, 1961, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson. The voices are performed by Mel Blanc. This was the last cartoon to star both Miss Prissy and Henery Hawk.

Beyond Silence (1960)

Beyond Silence is a 1960 American short documentary film directed by Edmond Levy. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

The Odds Against (1966)

The Odds Against is a 1966 American short documentary film directed by Lee R. Bobker. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

The Impractical Joker (1937)

The Impractical Joker is a 1937 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. Pinto Colvig (the voice of Goofy) provides the voice for Irving.

Gordyy korablik (1966)

Banty Raids (1963)

Banty Raids is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon animated short starring Foghorn Leghorn and the Barnyard Dawg, and features the only appearance of the "Banty Rooster" character. Released June 29, 1963, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc and Stan Freberg. This cartoon marked the last "classic-era" cartoon starring Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dawg. Foghorn would make a cameo appearance in False Hare in 1964, but his next appearance after that was in 1980's The Yolk's on You.

The Sex Doll She-Bitch (2009)

Above All Else: The Everest Dream (1999)

The Making of an Epic: Mohammad Messenger of God (1976)

Amazon Symphony (1951)

Sinfonia Amazônica, or Amazon Symphony, was Brazil's first animated feature-length film, produced entirely by Anélio Latini Filho over five years and finished in 1951. Like Disney's Fantasia, it tells several folk stories over orchestral music. The Brazilian television show Animania broadcast several clips of the film. It is currently in the process of restoration.

Fatal Images (1989)

Linda (1960)

Linda is a 1960 British teen drama film, directed by Don Sharp and starring Carol White and Alan Rothwell. The film was shot on location in South London and Brighton, and played in cinemas as the support feature to Saturday Night and Sunday Morning.

The Weekend (2014)

The Absentee (1987)

El Ausente (English language:The Absentee) is a 1989 Argentine film directed and written by Rafael Filipelli. The film starred Verónica Castro, Daniel Greco and Ana María Mazza

Love Retake (2013)

Conrad the Sailor (1942)

Conrad the Sailor is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series, directed by Chuck Jones. The title character, a.k.a. Conrad the Cat, is voiced by Pinto Colvig. The other featured player is Daffy Duck, voiced as usual by Mel Blanc.

Desert (1976)

Lazy Teenage Superheroes (2010)

Buddy the Gee Man (1935)

Buddy the Gee Man is an American animated short film, released by Warner Bros. on 24 August 1935. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. It was supervised by Jack King; musical direction was by Norman Spencer. The short is the last cartoon to feature Buddy, the sole star of the Looney Tunes series since September 1933's Buddy's Day Out; the next film in the series, A Cartoonist's Nightmare, features Beans the Cat. The theme music is "Lulu's Back In Town".

In Absentia (2000)

In Absentia, a short film commissioned by the BBC as a part of a series called "Sound on Film International", was a collaboration with the filmmakers The Brothers Quay and musical composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, elder statesman of the twentieth-century musical avant-garde. Keith Griffiths produced the film with production companies, Illuminations Films and Koninck. Marlene Kaminsky plays the woman in the film.

euphonia (2013)

Russian Rhapsody (1944)

Russian Rhapsody is a 1944 Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Bob Clampett, under the Merrie Melodies series. Made during World War II, the cartoon mocks Adolf Hitler, showing him defeated by "gremlins from the Kremlin." The wordplay symbolizes the Soviet Union, a vital ally of the Allied forces. The original title was "Gremlins from the Kremlin", but producer Leon Schlesinger changed the title when The Walt Disney Company began making its own wartime short about gremlins. In Falling Hare, Bugs Bunny was the victim, while Hitler is the victim and main character in this short.

Cuesta abajo (1935)

Downward Slope (Spanish:Cuesta abajo) is a 1934 American-Argentine musical film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and starring Carlos Gardel, Mona Maris and Vicente Padula.

The Cat's Canary (1932)

Ronaldo: Tested to the Limit (2011)

Sally and Freedom (1981)

Sally and Freedom (Swedish: Sally och friheten) is a 1981 Swedish drama film directed by Gunnel Lindblom. Gunn Wållgren won the award for Best Actress at the 17th Guldbagge Awards.

Asunto Reiner (2009)

Smashing Pumpkins: Vieuphoria (1994)

Das Tor des Feuers (1996)

El día que murió Gracia Imperio (2013)

Motel Cactus (1997)

The Ghost's Sword (1971)

That Forward Center Dies at Dawn (1961)

That Forward Center Died at Dawn (Spanish: El centroforward murió al amanecer) is a 1961 Argentine drama film directed by René Mugica. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.

Stoichkov (2012)

Felix the Cat in Skulls and Sculls (1930)

Gusttavo Lima: Ao Vivo em São Paulo (2012)

The Deadly Chase (1973)

Germania (2013)

Daffy Dilly (1948)

Daffy Dilly is a 1948 Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Daffy Duck. It is another early example of a greedy, self-centered Daffy (with some "screwball" elements), as perfected by this cartoon's director, Chuck Jones. The title is a word play on daffodil. Forty years later, this cartoon was edited into Daffy Duck's Quackbusters.

Light Is Waiting (2007)

Mice Meeting You (1950)

Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears (1944)

Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears is an animated cartoon short written by Tedd Pierce and directed by Friz Freleng. It was released on September 2, 1944, by Warner Bros. Pictures as part of its Merrie Melodies series. The film's story combines elements of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood. All of the characters are drawn in blackface style. This would be the last Warner Bros. animated short to feature an all-black cast excluding Chuck Jones' Inki cartoons.

Pisuhänd (1981)

The Wife of an Important Man (1988)

The Wife of an Important Man (Arabic: زوجة رجل مهم‎, translit. Zawgat ragol mohim) is an Egyptian drama film directed by Mohamed Khan. Starring Ahmad Zaki and Mervat Amin, this film tells us the story of the rise and fall of a police officer, during the regime of Anwar El Sadat. It received the Silver Award at the Damascus Film Festival in 1987, and was screened in competition at the 15th Moscow International Film Festival in 1987. Was also screened at the Montreal, Valencia, Tetouan, Digne, Istanbul and Nantes Film Festivals in 1987 and 1988.

Les Métamorphoses Comiques (1912)

Kitty and the World Conference (1939)

Kitty and the World Conference (German: Kitty und die Weltkonferenz) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Hannelore Schroth, Fritz Odemar and Christian Gollong. The film is a screwball-style comedy set against the backdrop of an international peace conference. Following the outbreak of the Second World War the Propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels ordered it withdrawn from cinemas as it he felt it presented too favourable a view of Britain. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Mellin. The film was based on a play, which served as the basis for the 1956 remake Kitty and the Great Big World.

Non-Love-Song (2009)

Superflat Monogram (2003)

Tannhäuser (1913)

C (2010)

Andy Panda Goes Fishing (1940)

Elevated (1997)

Elevated is a 1997 Canadian short film directed by Vincenzo Natali and co-written by him and Karen Walton, who also participated in the writing of Ginger Snaps.

The Bloody Video Horror That Made Me Puke on My Aunt Gertrude (1989)

Wien & Mozart (2002)

Castillo De Olite: The Last Act of a Tragedy (2013)

Hitchcock: The Early Years (1999)

Egypt: Secrets of the Pharaohs (1997)

Ambra: Child of the Universe (2003)

Why Wal-Mart Works: And Why That Drives Some People C-r-a-z-y (2005)

Why Wal-Mart Works; and Why That Drives Some People C-R-A-Z-Y is a 2005 independent documentary film by Ron and Robert David Galloway. It investigates the reasons behind the financial success of the Wal-Mart Corporation. The documentary suggests that many criticisms of Wal-Mart arise from feelings of jealousy over the company's success. The documentary Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price was released on the same day as Why Wal-Mart Works. Director Ron Galloway was quoted as saying, "I started making my film with no agenda, with no set outcome in mind. With the $85,000 of our own money my brother Robert and I spent to make my film, I couldn't afford an agenda. Why Wal-Mart Works positive tone is solely a product of my experience making it. My brother and I made Why Wal-Mart Works with almost no cooperation from Wal-Mart. I say 'almost' because Wal-Mart—after several failed attempts—did finally allow me into their stores and to interview some of their associates. They had no editorial oversight and I solicited no input from them. They're not even going to sell my movie in their stores!"

Yah Nark (2004)

La diosa virgen (1974)

La Diosa virgen is a 1973 Argentine drama film directed by Dirk de Villiers and starring Isabel Sarli and Armando Bó.

Breeze (2000)

Heintje: A Heart Goes on a Journey (1969)

Heintje: A Heart Goes on a Journey (German:Heintje - Ein Herz geht auf Reisen) is a 1969 West German musical film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Heintje Simons, Heinz Reincke and Gerlinde Locker.

The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Passion for Life (2000)

Burning Island 2 (1997)

Snip (2008)

Dinner with Raphael (2009)

Dinner with Raphael is a 2009 American short comedy film written and directed by Joey Boukadakis, starring Dianna Agron, Paul Boukadakis, Michael Bower, Brett Paesel and Richard Riehle. The film was produced by Mary Pat Bentel, Joey Boukadakis and Josh McGuire.

Maw and Paw (1953)

Hopalong Casualty (1960)

Hopalong Casualty is a 1960 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical animated short, featuring the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote. It was directed by Chuck Jones. The title is a play on the Hopalong Cassidy western series of books written by author Clarence E. Mulford.

President Roosevelt at the Army-Navy Game (1901)

Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse (1986)

Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse is a 1986 short film biography of the Nashville-born artist Red Grooms. It was written by Tom Neff, co-directed by Neff and Louise LeQuire, and produced by Neff and Madeline Bell. The film was funded by the Tennessee State Museum and was nominated for an Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject.

Delitto sull'autostrada (1982)

Delitto sull'autostrada (Crime on the Highway) is a 1982 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film directed by Bruno Corbucci. It is the ninth chapter in the Nico Giraldi film series starred by Tomas Milian.

Bosko the Doughboy (1931)

Bosko the Doughboy is a one-reel 1931 short subject animated cartoon, part of the Bosko series. It was directed by Hugh Harman, and first released on October 17, 1931 as part of the Looney Tunes series from the Leon Schlesinger animation studio and distributed by Warner Bros. The cartoon is usually considered one of the better Hugh Harman Bosko cartoons. The film score was composed by Frank Marsales.

Morning, Noon and Night (1933)

Morning, Noon and Night is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring the overture Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und ein Abend in Wien (Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna) by Franz Von Suppe.

Oramunde (1933)

Sorrows (1969)

Ba bai luo han (1985)

Duk mong (1991)

Blonde Engel sind nicht billig (1969)

Fatboy Slim Live from the Big Beach Boutique (2012)