Tony vs. Paul (2007)
00 - Zero Zero 3D (2008)
The Ellington Kid (2012)
The Prophet of Hunger (1970)
The Prophet of Hunger (Portuguese: O Profeta da Fome) is a 1970 Brazilian drama film directed by Maurice Capovila. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.
Babička je ráda (1978)
Sock-a-Bye, Baby (1934)
Strong to the Finich (1934)
Three days till Christmas (2012)
The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1981)
Why the Anderson Children Didn't Come to Dinner (2003)
Tibor vagyok, de hódítani akarok (2006)
N.U. (short for Nettezza urbana, Italian municipal cleansing service) is a short 1948 documentary film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. The film examines a weekday morning of Italian janitors, captured at work on the streets of post-World War II Rome.
Although undoubtedly neorealistic in its style, this documentary does foreshadow some of Antonioni's own future trademarks, such as slow-moving camera that is enamoured with alienated and deserted urban landscapes and inanimate objects of architecture, nature, etc. and seemingly less than concerned with sweepers, washers and cleaners (almost indistinguishable from bums, and sometimes behaving much in the same way). The film's narration consists of barely several phrases; musically soundtrack alternates classical-like piano improvisations with jazzy pieces.
In 1948 N.U. won Antonioni Nastro d'Argento Best Documentary award. So did his L'amorosa menzogna next year.
Chonda Pierce - Stayin' Alive... Laughing! (2007)
South American George (1941)
South American George is a 1941 British, black-and-white, comedy film, directed by Marcel Varnel and starring George Formby in a dual role, Linden Travers, Enid Stamp-Taylor, Felix Aylmer, Ronald Shiner as Swifty, Mavis Villiers and Herbert Lomas. It was produced by Columbia (British) Productions.
Universo de Mya (2011)
It Wasn't Love (1992)
The Escape (2010)
Recorded Live (1975)
Teacher's Pest (1939)
Stormy Night (2003)
Plantation Boy (1966)
Zone Reptile (2002)
Fast Fingers (1983)
Shaun Majumder, Every Word Is Absolutely True (2012)
For Better or for Worse (1993)
For Better or For Worse is a 1993 American documentary film produced by David Collier. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
The Bashful Buzzard (1945)
The Bashful Buzzard is a 7-minute animated cartoon completed in 1944 and released on September 15, 1945. It is directed by Robert Clampett and features the character Beaky Buzzard. This is the last cartoon in which Kent Rogers performed voices, as he died in a training flight accident on July 9, 1944. It is also the last Warner Bros. cartoon that for which Sara Berner performed voice work.
Days of Fire (1968)
Die Rückkehr der Zeitmaschine (1984)
Betty Boop's Big Boss (1933)
Betty Boop's Big Boss is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. It is now public domain.
The Village Smitty (1931)
The Wind of Changes (1997)
Role Model: Gene Wilder (2008)
Chromo sud (1968)
I Love Alaska (2009)
I Love Alaska is a 2009 documentary chronicling the AOL search history of "user 711391," whose searches are narrated by a monotone female voiceover. The film was produced by Submarine Channel, and released episodically in 2009 before being uploaded to stream for free on Minimovies.org.
Road of Death (1973)
Hugh MacDiarmid: A Portrait (1964)
Buddha's Lock (1987)
Italy is Rotten (1976)
L'Italia s'è rotta ("Italy is broken") is a 1976 Italian comedy film directed by Steno.
Tom Tom Tomcat (1953)
Tom Tom Tomcat is a 1953 animated short, featuring Sylvester and Tweety.
Louis Theroux: Law and Disorder in Philadelphia (2008)
Littlefoot the Policeman (1974)
Piedino il questurino (Italian for "Littlefoot the policeman") is a 1974 criminal comedy film directed by Franco Lo Cascio and starring Franco Franchi. It is a parody of Steno's Flatfoot.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: High Grass Dogs - Live from the Fillmore (1999)
Narradores de Javé (2004)
Narradores de Javé (The Storytellers) is a 2003 Brazilian film by Eliane Caffé.
A Devil with Women (1930)
A Devil with Women is a 1930 American Pre-Code film starring Victor McLaglen, Mona Maris, and Humphrey Bogart, and directed by Irving Cummings. Set in a Central American country, adventurer McLaglen and sidekick Bogart find themselves in a fierce competition for a luscious young woman's attentions. Notable for being among Bogart's earliest large film roles.
The Struggle (1913)
The Tiniest of Stars (1913)
Go Kart Go (1964)
Jimpy (Dennis Waterman) leads a gang of kids as they attempt to beat another gang, no mattter how underhanded their tactics are.
The Acquaintances of a Lonely John (2008)
Shocking Africa (1982)
Nerves (German:Nerven) is a 1919 German silent film directed by Robert Reinert and starring Eduard von Winterstein, Lia Borré and Erna Morena.
The Magnificent Chivalry (1971)
Réponse de femmes: Notre corps, notre sexe (1975)
Dressed to Thrill (1935)
Dressed to Thrill is a 1935 American musical film directed by Harry Lachman and written by Samson Raphaelson. The film stars Tutta Rolf, Clive Brook, Robert Barrat, Nydia Westman and Dina Smirnova. The film was released on August 16, 1935, by Fox Film Corporation.
It was a remake of the 1932 French film The Dressmaker of Luneville which had also been directed by Lachman.
The Secret of Mayerling (1949)
Le secret de Mayerling is a 1949 French historical drama film directed by Jean Delannoy and starring Jean Marais, Dominique Blanchar and Jean Debucourt. It set around the 1889 Mayerling Incident when the crown prince of the Austrian Empire was found having apparently committed suicide with his lover.
The Beaver Coat (1949)
The Beaver Coat (German: Der Biberpelz) is a 1949 East German comedy film directed by Erich Engel and starring Fita Benkhoff, Werner Hinz and Käthe Haack. It is an adaptation of Gerhart Hauptmann's play The Beaver Coat.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Otto Erdmann.
The Shopkeeper (2016)
The Overland Express (1938)
The Law of the Mounted (1928)
The Scarlet Lady (1928)
The Scarlet Lady is a 1928 American silent drama film, written by Bess Meredyth and directed by Alan Crosland. It was produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures.
Inheriting War (2016)
Esto no es un golpe (2018)
One More Chance (1931)
One More Chance is a 1931 Educational-Mack Sennett Featurette (No. S2687) starring Bing Crosby and directed by Mack Sennett. This was the second of the six short films Crosby made for Sennett and which helped launch his career as a solo performer. This film is notable for Crosby first singing on film his classic hit "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" which is sung to a bevy of giggling overweight Native American maidens who gradually close in on him. He also sings "Just One More Chance" which topped the various charts of the day in 1931.
Oh, diese Männer (1941)
Take My Life (1942)
Tillie the Toiler (1941)
Tillie the Toiler is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Sidney Salkow, which stars Kay Harris, William Tracy, and George Watts. The screenplay was written by Karen DeWolf and Francis Martin, from DeWolf's story, which in turn was based on the comic strip of the same name by Russ Westover. It was the second film based on the comic strip, and the first sound picture, the other being the 1927 silent film, also titled Tillie the Toiler.
Even as IOU (1942)
Even as IOU is the 65th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1942 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
The Main Event (1938)
The Main Event is a 1938 American comedy-drama film directed by Danny Dare, which stars Robert Paige, Jacqueline Wells, and Arthur Loft.
Footlights and Fools (1929)
Footlights and Fools is a 1929 American pre-Code film directed by William A. Seiter that was billed by Warner Brothers as an all-talking musical film and released in Vitaphone with Technicolor sequences.
Prairie Justice (1938)
Prairie Justice is a 1938 "B" movie directed by George Waggner and starring Bob Baker as a singing cowboy.
Tumult in Damascus (1939)
Uproar in Damascus (German: Aufruhr in Damaskus) is a 1939 German thriller film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Brigitte Horney, Joachim Gottschalk and Hans Nielsen. It is set during the First World War with German troops battling the Arab Revolt led by Lawrence of Arabia and the British. The film was officially honored as "artistically valuable" (künstlerisch wertvoll) and having "special political value" (staatspolitisch wertvoll).
Bandits and Ballads (1939)
Blue Lies (2008)
Volitera Live (2004)
Outlaws of Love (1963)
I fuorilegge del matrimonio, internationally released as Outlaws of Love, is a 1963 Italian anthology comedy film. It is the second and last film directed both by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani and Valentino Orsini.It is inspired by the draft law presented by the Socialist Senator Renato Luigi Sansone to the approval of the so-called "small divorce".
Two Sinners (1935)
Two Sinners is a 1935 film directed by Arthur Lubin.
Jack Perrett: Drunk and Stoned (2016)
Der Mann, der den Mord beging (1931)
The Man Who Murdered (German: Der Mann, der den Mord beging) is a 1931 German crime film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Conrad Veidt, Trude von Molo and Heinrich George.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Heinrich Richter and Hermann Warm.
English version: Stamboul
Graffiti Wars (2011)
Absolute Monarch (1980)
How Are We to Live (1981)
Jeune femme à sa fenêtre lisant une lettre (1983)
The Hunting Rifle (1961)
Getting Over (1981)
Chinese Characters (1986)
A Very Slow Breakfast (2003)
Body and Soul of a Woman (1983)
Carmen torero (1990)
Elvis: The Lost Performances (1992)
The Bride Was Beautiful (1987)
The Bride Was Beautiful (Hungarian: A menyasszony gyönyörű volt, Italian: La sposa era bellissima) is a 1986 Hungarian-Italian drama film directed by Pál Gábor.
The Mouse That Scored (2008)
Mr. Barnes of New York (1922)
Mr. Barnes of New York is a 1922 American silent drama film directed by Victor Schertzinger and starring Tom Moore, Anna Lehr and Naomi Childers. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Archibald Clavering Gunter, which had previously been turned into a 1914 film.
Il Ficcanaso (1981)
Il ficcanaso (The nosy) is a 1981 Italian giallo-comedy film directed by Bruno Corbucci.
The song of separation (1940)
The Parting Song (Greek:To tragoudi tou horismou) is a 1939 Greek drama film directed by Filopimin Finos and starring Evgenia Danika, Labros Konstadaras and Linda Miranda. It was the only film directed by Finos, better-known for running the production company Finos Films. The film was long thought to be lost after it was destroyed by the Germans during the Occupation of Greece, but a fragmented copy was discovered in Egypt.
The film is notable as the first Greek film to be processed in a Greek technical laboratory (previous films had been processed abroad) which had been built by Finos Films. The film was a commercial failure on its release, and met a hostile reception from critics.