Kapitan z 'Oriona' (1977)
The Criminal of Barrio Concepcion (1998)
Pommery und Hochzeitstorte (2005)
Een bizarre samenloop van omstandigheden (2011)
Tintarella di luna (1985)
Yodeling Yokels (1931)
Yodeling Yokels is a 1931 one-reel short subject featuring Bosko; it is part of the Looney Tunes series. It was released in June 1931 and is directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising. The film score was composed by Frank Marsales.
Attenborough's Journey (2010)
The Heavy Parade (1926)
Xiang Gang shi de tou qing (1973)
Children of Darkness (1983)
Children of Darkness is a 1983 American documentary film produced by Ara Chekmayan and Richard Kotuk. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. It was about mentally ill and emotionally troubled children and young adults living in various private and public residences, state institutions, such as Elan School in Poland, Maine and New York City's public run South Beach psychiatric hospital in Staten Island. It had interviews with various parents, including ones whose children died under suspicious circumstances while in custody as well as with various staff members who work with people who will carry their handicaps and illnesses all their lives, and the staff's awareness of their inability to cure them. One of the drugs that caused patient deaths in the South Beach hospital is Mesoridazine, which was withdrawn from the United States market in 2004 due to dangerous heart side effects. The Élan School closed in 2011 due to criticism of its alleged treatment of patients.
Hapax Legomena III: Critical Mass (1971)
He's Worse than Me (1985)
Lui è peggio di me (He is worse than me) is a 1984 Italian comedy film directed by Enrico Oldoini.
Hours for Jerome (1982)
Hours for Jerome (1980–82) is an experimental film in two parts directed by Nathaniel Dorsky. The two parts are included in the US National Film Registry and hence selected for preservation in the Library of Congress.
The Nutcracker: A Fantasy on Ice (1983)
Snuden 3 - Snuden vender hjem (1980)
Sob o Céu da Bahia (1956)
Sob o Céu da Bahia is a 1956 Brazilian adventure film directed by Ernesto Remani. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
The A-Word (2010)
Porky in the North Woods (1936)
Porky in the North Woods (released December 19, 1936) is a Warner Brothers Looney Tunes short animated film. The cartoon was supervised (directed) by Frank Tashlin (credited at "Frank Tash"), with animation by Volney White and Norman McCabe. The musical score is by Carl Stalling.
A Language All My Own (1935)
A Language All My Own is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop.
Re-Entry: Grey Zone (2013)
Entre serpientes y escaleras, desaparecidos (2013)
Tugboat Granny (1956)
Tugboat Granny is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon animated short starring Tweety and Sylvester. Released June 23, 1956, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc and June Foray.
The cartoon's title is a play on Tugboat Annie, and is the only cartoon in the Warner Bros. series to bear Granny's name.
It joined Guided Muscle and The Grey Hounded Hare as the cartoons featured on the final episode of ABC's The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show on September 2, 2000.
Who Killed Rover? (1930)
Emilia Pardo Bazán, la condesa rebelde (2012)
The History Of Grand Theft Auto (2013)
Nureta kuchibiru (1972)
The Ghost Train (1901)
Adieu au TNS (1998)
Roy Chubby Brown: Saturday Night Beaver (1996)
Immacolata and Concetta: The Other Jealousy (1980)
Immacolata e Concetta (internationally released as Immacolata and Concetta: The Other Jealousy) is a 1980 Italian drama film directed by Salvatore Piscicelli. The feature debut film of Piscicelli, it won the Silver Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival. For her performance Ida Di Benedetto was awarded Silver Ribbon for best actress.
Zygon: When Being You Just Isn't Enough (or Zygon) is a direct-to-DVD spin-off of the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was released direct-to-DVD and produced by the independent production company BBV. It featured the Zygons.
Dead of Night (1988)
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Buddy's Circus (1934)
Buddy's Circus is an American animated short film. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. It was released on November 8, 1934, although one source suggests as a date August 25 of the same year. It was supervised by Jack King; musical direction was by Norman Spencer.
The Brave Tin Soldier (1934)
Cheng shi zhi guang (1984)
Whispers of the Desert (2012)
Sassy Player (2009)
Franco, Ciccio e il Pirata Barbanera (1969)
Franco, Ciccio e il pirata Barbanera (Franco, Ciccio and Blackbeard the Pirate) is a 1969 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Amendola.
Love's Routine (2013)
Ek Nao Do Kinare (1973)
Half-Fare Hare (1956)
Half-Fare Hare is a 1956 animated Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny.
The Eloquent Peasant (1970)
Al Fallah al Fasih The Eloquent Peasant is a 1970 Egyptian short film, based on the tale of The Eloquent Peasant dates to the Middle Kingdom.
Baby Vickie (1969)
Ko-Ko's Haunted House (1928)
Emanuel and the Angel (2013)
Luxurious Bone (2001)
Shikijô ryokô: Hong Kong bojô (1973)
To Brighton with Gladys (1933)
To Brighton with Gladys is a 1933 British comedy film directed by George King and starring Harry Milton, Constance Shotter and Kate Cutler. It was made at Ealing Studios as a quota quickie.
KL Zombi (2013)
Tres Mexicanos ardientes (1986)
Deathly Love (2013)
Elizabethan Express (1954)
Elizabethan Express is a 1954 British Transport Film that follows The Elizabethan, a non-stop British Railways service from London to Edinburgh along the East Coast Main Line. Although originally intended as an advertising short, it now acts as a nostalgic record of the halcyon years of steam on British Railways and the ex-LNER Class A4.
It was directed by Tony Thompson, with a tongue-in-cheek poetic commentary written by Paul Le Saux. It is also notable for its music by Clifton Parker, who also wrote the score for Blue Pullman and several other British Transport Films. He was later to write the music for the 1959 version of The Thirty-Nine Steps, which also features an A4.
Big Red Sour Apple (2012)
Riddick: Blindsided (2013)
S Club 7: Back to the 50's (1999)
Ame no Amsterdam (1975)
Bimbo's Auto (1954)
Hur många kramar finns det i världen? (2013)
Hur många kramar finns det i världen? (English: How many hugs are there in the world?) is a 2013 Swedish comedy-drama film starring Claes Malmberg, Per Morberg, Vanna Rosenberg and Glada Hudik-teatern.
Internet Story (2010)
Maxwell Saves the Day (1998)
In Memory of the Day Passed By (1990)
The Lustful Shogun and His 21 Concubines (1972)
The Sentimental Bloke (1919)
The Sentimental Bloke (1919) is an Australian silent film based on the 1915 poem The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke by C. J. Dennis. It is generally considered the greatest Australian silent film, and one of the best Australian movies of all time.
Fleetwood Mac: Tango in the Night (1987)
Lee Mack: Going Out Live (2010)
The Dante Quartet (1987)
The Dante Quartet is an experimental short film by Stan Brakhage, completed in 1987. The film was inspired by Dante's The Divine Comedy, and took six years to produce.
Glory at Sea (2008)
Rinco's Restaurant (2010)
I Love Karditsa (2010)
The Art of the Dynamic Handgun (2010)
The Adventures of Pito Perez (1957)
Las aventuras de Pito Pérez ("The Adventures of Pito Pérez") is a 1957 Mexican film. It was produced by Fernando de Fuentes. Based on Pito Perez and José Rubén Romero's useless lives. Film 52 of the 59 movies on Mexican director Juan Bustillo Oro (1904-1988). Bustillo wanted to bring to life José Rubén Romero's famous novel La vida inútil de Pito Pérez (1938) in collaboration with is good friend and colleague Fernando de Fuentes as the producer and writer and incarnating the main character Germán Valdés “Tin Tan”
Before the Mountain Was Moved (1970)
Before the Mountain Was Moved is a 1970 American documentary film produced by Robert K. Sharpe. The film portrays the struggle by the inhabitants of Raleigh County, West Virginia, to preserve their land from the ravages of strip mining, and their efforts to pass state legislation to this end. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
How the Cossacks Played Football (1970)
Poopdeck Pappy (1940)
Abdul the Bulbul Ameer (1941)
The Questioning (2013)
Mallas, MA (2013)
Little Raoul (1975)
La Raulito (English language:Little Ralph) is a 1975 Argentine film directed by Lautaro Murúa and written by Rocío Dúrcal, Manuel Alexandre and Rafaela Aparicio.
The Incident (2011)
Baldevins bryllup (1926)
Baldevins bryllup (English: Baldevin's wedding) is a 1926 Norwegian comedy film directed by George Schnéevoigt, starring Einar Sissener and Victor Bernau. The film is based on a play by Vilhelm Krag, and tells the story of how Simen Sørensen (Bernau) manages to get his friend Baldevin Jonassen (Sissener) married to the lady next door. The film was renovated in 2006, for the 100-years anniversary of Kristiansand Cinema.
Woody the Giant Killer (1947)
Woody the Giant Killer is the 25th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on December 15, 1947, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures. This film is a parody of the tale "Jack and the Beanstalk".
Growing Girls (1949)
Casablanca mon amour (2012)
The Way to the Sea (1936)
The Way to the Sea is a 1936 documentary film about the London to Portsmouth railway line (what is now known as the Portsmouth Direct Line) and its recent electrification. This is prefaced with an historical representation of Portsmouth and the London to Portsmouth road (known in the Roman era as Ermin Street and Stane Street). It was produced by the Strand Film Company.
Its music was written by Benjamin Britten and its commentary by W. H. Auden, who also wrote the music and words respectively for the similarly themed Night Mail that year. The music from both films was broadcast at 3pm on Saturday 1 September 2007 at the Cadogan Hall as a Proms Matinee concert, narrated by Samuel West. 
Esencia de verbena (1930)
Semi-dokyumento: Henshitsu-sha (1973)
Sex document: Môteru no joô (1973)
Joshi daisei: Karisome no tsuma (1974)
Suna no ana: Jôji no karakuri (1966)