Die Storie van Klara Viljee (1992)
Fun in a Bakery Shop (1902)
Another Job for the Undertaker (1901)
Another Job for the Undertaker is a 1901 silent comic trick film made at Edison's recently opened studio at 41 East 21st Street in Manhattan. It was photographed by Edwin S. Porter and co-directed by Porter and George S. Fleming. The two-shot film was copyrighted on May 15, 1901 and is approximately two minutes in length. It lacks a head title, which would have been supplied by projecting a separate lantern slide before screening the film.
Realnyy papa (2008)
Futtocks End (1970)
Futtocks End is a British comedy film released in 1970, directed by Bob Kellett. Entirely silent, with a musical score, sound effects and incoherent mutterings, the story revolves around a weekend gathering at the decaying country home of the eccentric and lewd General Futtock and the series of saucy mishaps between the staff and his guests.
Execution of Czolgosz with Panorama of Auburn Prison (1901)
Execution of Czolgosz with Panorama of Auburn Prison is a 1901 silent film produced by the Edison Studios arms of Edison Manufacturing Company. The film is a dramatic reenactment of the execution of Leon Czolgosz by electric chair at Auburn Correctional Facility following his 1901 conviction for the assassination of William McKinley. It is considered an important film in the history of cinema.
Lipstiek Dipstiek (1994)
Olsenbandens aller siste kupp (1982)
Disciples of the Crow (1983)
Crossing the Lighthouse (1999)
La communale (1965)
Norang meori (1999)
Yellow Hair is a 1999 South Korean erotic thriller film, written and directed by Kim Yu-min, and starring former child actress Lee Jae-eun. The film caused controversy for its strong sexual content, and was only approved for release after some of the more explicit material was cut. The film's English title is sometimes given as The Blonde.
Rhythm of a City (1947)
Symphony of a City is a 1947 Swedish documentary short film about Stockholm, directed by Arne Sucksdorff. It won an Oscar in 1949 for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
Death Day (1934)
Jussikese seitse sõpra (1967)
The Poet & Peasant (1945)
The Man from Swan Farm (1972)
Enter the Battlefield: Life on the Magic - The Gathering Pro Tour (2016)
Alt for kvinden (1964)
My Boy Johnny (1944)
An Interesting Story (1904)
An Interesting Story is a 1904 British short silent comedy film, directed by James Williamson, showing a man so engrossed in his book he is dangerously oblivious to what happens around him.
Who's Who in Animal Land (1944)
Who's Who in Animal Land is a 1944 American short comedy film directed by Leslie M. Roush. In 1945, it won an Oscar for Best Short Subject (One-Reel) at the 17th Academy Awards.
Erst die Arbeit und dann? (1985)
The Detectives (2014)
Jag är inte beredd att dö än (2014)
A Boy Has Been Dead (2010)
The Dark-Veiled Bride (1975)
Yatik Emine (1975)
Pamuk Prenses ve 7 cüceler (1970)
Amici più di prima (1976)
The Growing Youth (1933)
Tabasco Road (1957)
Tabasco Road is a 1957 Speedy Gonzales cartoon, part of the Looney Tunes series.
Juken sentai Gekiranger: Nei-Nei! Hou-Hou! Hong Kong Decisive Battle (2007)
Movie Edition Juken Sentai Gekiranger: Nei-Nei! Hou-Hou! Hong Kong Decisive Battle is the theatrical film adaptation of the Super Sentai series' Juken Sentai Gekiranger television tokusatsu drama directed by Shōjirō Nakazawa and written by Naruhisa Arakawa. It premiered in Japanese theaters on August 4, 2007 with the Kamen Rider Series' film Kamen Rider Den-O: I'm Born!. The movie's title comes from the Cantonese pronunciation of Ni hao, as Cantonese is the de facto dialect of Hong Kong.
The Two Fedors (1958)
Two Fyodors is a 1958 Soviet drama film directed by Marlen Khutsiev.
Long Distance Wireless Photography (1908)
La Photographie électrique à distance, released in the United States as Long Distance Wireless Photography and in Britain as Electrical Photographer, is a 1908 French short silent comedy film directed by Georges Méliès.
Rich Hall's Inventing the Indian (2012)
Inventing the Indian is a 2012 BBC documentary first broadcast on 28 October on BBC 4, exploring the stereotypical view of Native Americans in the United States in cinema and literature.
The Lego Story (2012)
The LEGO Story is a 2012 Danish 3D computer-animated short film directed by Kim Pagel. The pixar-esque 17 minute animation was produced by Kim Pagel and the LEGO group to celebrates its 80th anniversary.
Cha Cha for Twins (2012)
Cha Cha for Twins is a 2012 Taiwanese romantic comedy film directed by Yang Yi-chien and Jim Wang.
Robinson Crusoe (1903)
Robinson Crusoe is a 1902 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès, based on Daniel Defoe's book of the same name.
Antwerpen Centraal (2011)
Antwerp Central is a Belgian feature film, which was screened at several film festivals in 2011 and received its world premiere in Montreal at the International Festival of Films on Art, where it won the 29th, FIFA Montréal, Winner Grand Prix. The film is written and directed by Peter Krüger.
The Last Step (2012)
The Last Step is Ali Mosaffa's second feature film following Portrait of a Lady Far Away (2005) featuring Leila Hatami, Ali Mosaffa, and Alireza Aghakhani. The film is considered one of the few independently produced features within Iranian cinema and gathered worldwide success after its world premiere at the 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in July, 2012.
Seven Mysteries (1957)
Ghost Stories of Wanderer at Honjo is a 1957 black-and-white, full screen Japanese film directed by Goro Katono. It is Japanese horror film (J-Horror) based on the story Seven Wonders of Honjo by Akira Sugawa. It was never dubbed in English, nor shown in the United States. The Japanese title translates as Ghost Story of the Seven Wonders of Honjo.
Satan's Rhapsody (1917)
Rapsodia Satanica was a 1915 silent film directed by Nino Oxilia featuring Lyda Borelli in a female version of Faust based on poems by Fausto Maria Martini. Pietro Mascagni wrote his only film music for the film and conducted the first performance in July 1917. Mascagni was keen to take commission for the film music due to the financial burden of supporting two sickening brothers.
Sunday League - Pepik Hnatek's Final Match (2012)
Sunday League - Pepik Hnatek's Final Match is a 2012 Czech comedy film directed by Jan Prušinovský.
The World Beyond (1978)
The World Beyond is the second of two pilots for an occult detective television series. The first pilot, The World of Darkness, also starring Granville Van Dusen as Paul Taylor, premiered on Sunday, April 17, 1977. The World Beyond followed as a sequel on CBS Friday, January 27, 1978.
The Whispering of the Gods (2005)
The Whispering of the Gods is a 2005 Japanese drama film directed by Tatsushi Ōmori and based on a 1998 novel by Mangetsu Hanamura. Released without approval from Eirin, the film details abuse in a tight-knit Catholic farming community where a teenager who has committed murder takes refuge.
Children of Beslan (2005)
Children of Beslan is a 2005 documentary film about the Beslan school siege directed by Ewa Ewart and Leslie Woodhead for the BBC. In the United States the documentary aired on HBO. Tony Perry of the Los Angeles Times stated that the film recounts survivors' testimonies and does not explore political aspects, nor assigns blame to any party.
Unstoppable Marriage (2007)
Unstoppable Marriage is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It stars veteran actors Kim Soo-mi and Im Chae-moo alongside popstar and television actress Eugene and Ha Seok-jin. The film is Eugene's big screen debut, and is also the directorial debut of Kim Seong-wook, who previously worked as an assistant director on other films such as Fun Movie (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003) and Lovely Rivals (2004).
Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy (1970)
Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy is a Chinese film from 1970, during the height of the Cultural Revolution. The film was directed by Xie Tieli and was based on a contemporary Beijing opera, one of the eight model plays allowed during the Cultural Revolution. The story is based on the novel Lin hai xue yuan (林海雪原), and tells the story of an incident in 1946, during the Chinese Civil War.
Ootty Pattanam (1992)
Oottyppattanam is a 1992 Malayalam comedy drama film directed by Haridas and starring Jayaram, Siddique, Jagathy Sreekumar, Anju, Easwari Rao, Narendra Prasad and Jayabharathi in pivotal roles.
Uncle Bun (1991)
Uncle Bun is a 1991 Indian Malayalam-language film written and directed by Bhadran, and starring Mohanlal in the title role, as an obese youngster. The film is a remake of the 1989 film Uncle Buck.
Mampazhakkalam is a 2004 Indian Malayalam-language family film directed by Joshiy, written by T. A. Shahid and produced by M. Mani. It stars Mohanlal and Shobana. The film was a commercial success at the box office.
The Mars Canon (2002)
The Mars Canon is a 2002 Japanese film directed by Shiori Kazama. Themes of the film include adultery and homosexuality, as Mars connotes both fighting and sexual intercourse.
The Phantom City (1928)
The Phantom City is a 1928 American Western film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Adele Buffington and Fred Allen. The film stars Ken Maynard, Eugenia Gilbert, James Mason, Charles Hill Mailes, Jack McDonald and Blue Washington. The film was released on December 23, 1928, by First National Pictures.
Manu Uncle (1988)
Manu Uncle is a 1988 Malayalam children's film directed by Dennis Joseph starring Mammootty in title role. The film is regarded as one of the best children's film in Malayalam cinema and it won a National Award for Best Children's Film. It was produced by Joy Thomas.
Palunku is a 2006 Malayalam-language drama film written and directed by Blessy. It stars Mammootty in the lead role with Baby Nazriya Nazim, Lakshmi Sharma, Baby Nivedita, Kottayam Santha and Jagathy Sreekumar playing other pivotal roles. Lakshmi Sharma made her debut as an actress with this film. The film exposes the trappings of consumerism and how city life changes the perspective and priorities of an ordinary farmer (Mammootty).
Khela (2008) is a Bengali film by Rituparno Ghosh. The film is about an idealistic director's quench to make a film with a boy who he thinks is just perfect for the role. Khela also marks actress Manisha Koirala's foray into Bengali cinema.
A Victim of the Mormons (1911)
A Victim of the Mormons is a 1911 Danish silent thriller film directed by August Blom. The film was controversial for demonizing the Mormon religion, and its box-office success is cited for initiating a decade of anti-Mormon propaganda films in America. It tells the story of an attractive young woman who is seduced and kidnapped by a Mormon missionary, then forced to accompany him to Utah to become one of his wives. The film became a hit, partly due to the popularity of its star, Valdemar Psilander, and partly due to the publicity arising from objections by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its failed campaign to ban the film.
Inside Fighting China (1942)
Inside Fighting China is a 1941 22-minute Canadian short documentary film produced by the National Film Board of Canada for distribution by United Artists, as part of the wartime The World in Action series. The film documents China's resistance to Japan's invasion during the Second World War. Inside Fighting China is directed by Stuart Legg, and narrated by Lorne Greene. The film's French version title is La Chine sous les armes.
The United States Marine Band (1942)
United States Marine Band is a 1942 American short documentary film directed by Jean Negulesco, featuring the United States Marine Band. It was nominated for an Academy Award at the 15th Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (One-Reel).
The Opry House (1929)
The Opry House (1929), first released on March 28, 1929, was the fifth Mickey Mouse short to be released, the second of that year. It cast Mickey as the owner of a small theater. Mickey performs a vaudeville show all by himself. Acts include his impersonation of a snake charmer, his dressing in drag and performing a belly dance, his caricature of a Hasidic Jew and, for the finale, a piano performance.
The White Eagle (1928)
The White Eagle is a 1928 Soviet silent drama film directed by Yakov Protazanov and starring Vasili Kachalov, Anna Sten and Vsevolod Meyerhold. Set in Tsarist times, it is based on the play The Governor by Leonid Andreyev.
Dinner Time (1928)
Dinner Time (1928) is an American animated short subject produced by Amadee J. Van Beuren, directed by Paul Terry, co-directed by John Foster, and produced at Van Beuren Studios. Josiah Zuro arranged and conducted the "synchronized" music score. The film is part of a series entitled Aesop's Fables and features the Terry creation Farmer Al Falfa who works as a butcher, fending off a group of pesky dogs.
Don Diego i Pelageya (1928)
Don Diego and Pelagia is a 1928 Soviet silent comedy drama directed by Yakov Protazanov.
The Non-Stop Fright (1927)
The Non-Stop Fright is an animated short film by Pat Sullivan Studios, and features Felix the Cat. The cartoon was originally silent but was reissued with sound years later.
Three Thieves (1926)
The Three Million Trial is a 1926 Soviet silent comedy film starring Igor Ilyinsky and directed by Yakov Protazanov based on the play The Three Thieves by Umberto Notari. It was also released as Three Thieves in the United States.
Yagodka lyubvi (1926)
Love's Berries is a 1926 Soviet comedy film by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko. The film was Dovzhenko's debut and the screenplay was written in three days. It deals with a dandified barber's attempts to get rid of his "love berry" - his illegitimate offspring.
The Dose with Dr. Billy (2013)
Dr. Billy Goldberg adds a dose of laughter to this program's prescription, which calls for a quirky, irreverent look at common health complaints. He tackles questions with his signature lighthearted style, inserting humor into health journeys that include visits from experts and celebrity housecalls. Goldberg is a 20-year emergency medicine physician and two-time New York Times best-selling author. He also hosts a Web series called "Why Do Men Have Nipples?"
It's Everybody's Business With Jack & Suzy Welch (2011)
Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch and his wife, Suzy, a business journalist, take high-profile companies through intense challenges in this documentary series. The program showcases how quickly problems can be solved when the key players are put into a room and not allowed to leave until everything is put onto the table. The only rule is that the best idea wins. Things get tense during the process but, in the end, business gets done. Among the Fortune 500 companies featured in episodes are Pepsi and Domino's Pizza.
Jaws and Claws (1997)
"Jaws and Claws" (1997) was a Discovery Channel documentary series aimed at school children. It was about predatory animals and emphasized superlatives, like strongest jaws or fastest runner. The episodes were made from edited versions of adult nature films. The animals showcased included sharks, snakes and Komodo dragons.
John King, USA (2010)
Journalist John King offers insight into and analysis of the day's most newsworthy events. Included are interviews with newsmakers and policymakers.
Carnegie Hall 120th Anniversary Concert (2011)
Carnegie Hall's 120th anniversary gala concert features the New York Philharmonic with guests Gil Shaham, Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax, and Audra McDonald.
Don Giovanni by Mozart at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées (2013)
Don Giovanni, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Recorded at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 30 April 2013.
NASL Soccer (2013)
48 Hours Presents: The Whole Gritty City (2014)
The directors of three New Orleans marching bands help guard their students against the lures and dangers of the streets; Wynton Marsalis hosts.
Tours of the Met (2013)
The timeless pieces of American and Egyptian art.
Lady Lovelylocks and the Pixietails (1988)
The Pixietails aid the princess and her friends in keeping a kingdom safe from its enemies.
Metro Scan (2014)
The latest news from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.
Soda Jerks (2014)
The Blade and Petal (2013)
A historical action drama set in the Goguryeo period. The daughter of King Young Ryu of Goguryeo, Moo Young falls in love with Yeon Choong, son of Yeon Gae So Moon who kills her father. Moo Young is torn apart between love and revenge.
The Further Adventures of Ellery Queen (1958)
Ellery Queen assists his father, a detective with the New York Police Department, in solving crimes.
Swallowed by a Sinkhole (2014)
A professor tries to understand what makes Florida the sinkhole capital of the world.
Playing Through with John Weisbarth (2013)
Surprising golfers by whisking them away and treating them to a round of golf as well as a chance to win prizes.
Celtics Draft Special 2014 (2014)
Kristian Hill heads to South Africa to learn about Nelson Mandela.
Homeward Bound (2013)
Actors Alan Alda and Joe Mantegna co-host a telethon to raise funds for returning military service members who have traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Composing Outside The Beatles: Lennon and McCartney 1973-1980 (2011)
Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney carve out successful solo careers, hit a low point and then get back on the musical map in 1973.
The Vice Guide to Travel (2007)
Wild Vet (2014)
Another day of collaboration between veterinarians. Rodrigo goes to the zoo of São Bernardo do Campo to help his colleagues Bob and Marcelo to treat an ocelot with dental problems.
Game of Pawns (2013)
Documenting the hundreds of people and possessions entering Branson Pawn Shop.
Geared Up (2006)
Bring the latest gear, gadgets and toys into focus with in-depth reviews, product demonstrations, expert testimony, on-the-scene reporting and in-studio guests.
Three friends put their money on a high stakes tennis match.
El Factor X (2013)
Una mamma imperfetta (2013)
Big Cool Stuff (2013)
The hottest fantasy toys in the world; the fastest car, personal submarines and helicopters and a restored WWII bomber.
Rocky's Bike (2009)
Rocky's bike has been stolen; he is determined to get it back.