Trial Balloons (1982)

Two Balls (1962)

My Senator and Me (2005)

Die Flamme (1923)

The Flame (German: Die Flamme) is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Pola Negri, Hermann Thimig and Alfred Abel. The film is based on a play by Hans Müller. In the United States it was released under the alternative title Montmartre. It was the last film Lubitsch made in Germany before emigrating to Hollywood where he directed his first American film Rosita for United Artists the same year.

Trusts and Estates (2013)

Steve Harvey's Grand Finale (2012)

Women's Quarter (1966)

Enid's Idyll (2004)

Miss Queencake (1991)

Yulu (2011)

The Priest and the Beauty (1960)

Rolling Stone (1919)

Love Match (2014)

The time and patience (1994)

Kickin' the Conga Round (1942)

Who's Who in the Zoo (1942)

Who's Who in the Zoo is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Norman McCabe, story by Melvin Millar, musical direction by Carl Stalling.

Too Weak to Work (1943)

Ration Fer the Duration (1943)

Cow-Cow Boogie (1942)

Red Roses (1940)

Red Roses (Italian: Rose scarlatte) is a 1940 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica and Giuseppe Amato. It was De Sica's first film as a director. De Sica had previously appeared in a 1936 production of the stage play by Aldo De Benedetti on which it was based.

The Hooker with a Heart of Gold (2011)

Nanacha Wily Child (2005)

The Sleeping Princess (1939)

Barn of the Blood Llama (1997)

SSDD: Same Shit Different Day (2010)

Puttin on the Act (1940)

Wendell Scott: A Race Story (2011)

Yankee Doodle Donkey (1944)

Bye Bye Barcelona (2014)

The Worldly Madonna (1922)

The Worldly Madonna is a 1922 American drama silent film directed by Harry Garson and starring Clara Kimball Young (in her last film from Equity) and William P. Carleton.

Embun (2002)

Slow Bob in the Lower Dimensions (1991)

Rain on Film (2013)

The Desert Song (1955)

How to Train a Dog (1936)

How to Train a Dog is a 1936 short film released through MGM Studios starring Robert Benchley. The short film demonstrates how not to train a dog, following Benchley's character getting the dog from a pet store.

Oorukku Uzhaippavan (1976)

Pudhiya Boomi (1968)

The Real Story: The Amityville Horror (2009)

Bujang Terlajak (2012)

A Man's Rave (2013)

Swing Your Partner (1943)

A Place Called Lovely (1991)

Skorna (2009)

Age 13 (1955)

Age 13 is an educational film by Sid Davis released in 1955. It is property of the public domain. The film centers on Andrew, a thirteen-year-old boy stricken with grief over the recent death of his mother. On the day of her death her radio stops working, and Andrew believes that if he can repair it his mother will return. He is left with a cold, emotionally distant stepfather. He is also teased relentlessly in school, which leads him to bring a gun with him. During an altercation with another student in a physical education class, he fires the gun, injuring no one. Following the incident he receives counseling, is administered a Rorschach inkblot test and is encouraged to open up emotionally. However, his stepfather becomes increasingly brutal. Andrew commits a virtual murder by destroying a photograph of his stepfather, whom he blames for his mother's death; afraid his feelings will lead him to actual homicide, he runs away. By film's end he has recovered, and is adopted by his aunt and her husband. Musician Kevin Moore selected this film as inspiration for the Chroma Key album Graveyard Mountain Home. The film is included on DVD in a special edition of the album, playing at half speed and featuring the album's music soundtrack as opposed to the original.

Chamber Music (2012)

The Ringer (1972)

Прощание (2013)

Murder on the Wedding Night (1977)

20/68: Schatzi (1968)

Undertone Overture (2013)

Sevendays Twentyfourhours (2007)

Sex How It Works (2013)

Mr. H Is Late (1988)

Eclipse (1999)

Puppeteer (2006)

Chuck D's Hip-Hop Hall Of Fame (2003)

1/57: Experiment with Synthetic Sound (Test) (1957)

De la cabeza con Bersuit Vergarabat (2002)

The Power of the Witch: Real or Imaginary? (1971)

Martha of the North (2009)

Süper incir (2013)

Koma (2009)

Samba Song (2002)

Patrice Chéreau, Pascal Greggory, une autre solitude (1996)

Husn Bewafa (2006)

Velvet Terrorists (2013)

Rough and Tumbleweed (1961)

The End (2014)

Virtual Reality (1993)

The Dark, Krystle (2013)

Tempest Aside (2014)

Lu, Gua Bro! (2014)

Female Teacher: Sweet Life (1973)

Love and Fashion (1960)

A Girl from the Abroad (1999)

Pen Pal (2006)

Leningrad Retrospective (1990)

River Madness (2000)

Meet the Wildcat (1940)

Meet the Wildcat is an American 1940 Mystery film directed by Arthur Lubin starring Ralph Bellamy and Margaret Lindsay.

My Boyfriend, The Sex Tourist (2007)

The Head of a Pin (2004)

Sex Secrets (1968)

Kôshoku bôzu yon-hachi jû-te kiri (1969)

La notte di Pasquino (2003)

Similo (2010)

The Young Butler (2011)

BNSF (2013)

Cuidado con las señoras (1968)

Lola, the Coalgirl (1952)

Lola the Coalgirl (Spanish: Lola, la piconera) is a 1952 Spanish historical musical film directed by Luis Lucia and starring Juanita Reina, Virgilio Teixeira and Manuel Luna. It was part of a series of patriotic historical films produced by CIFESA, Spain's biggest film company of the era. Other examples include Madness for Love (1948) and Agustina of Aragon. The film's sets were designed by the German-born art director Sigfrido Burmann. Shooting began in June 1950, with filming at a Madrid studio and on location in Cadiz. On release the film was a moderate hit, but because of its large budget it had not returned all of its cost several years later.

Forbidden Technique (1966)

Backtime (1998)

Shadows of the Mind (1979)

Nabucco (1985)

Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces (2006)

Locura de amor (1948)

Madness for Love (Spanish:Locura de amor) is a 1948 Spanish historical drama film directed by Juan de Orduña. The movie is based on the play La Locura de Amor written in 1855 by Manuel Tamayo y Baus around the figure of Queen Joanna of Castile; who attracted authors, composers, and artists of the romanticist movement, due to her characteristics of unrequited love, obsessive jealousy, and undying fidelity. In 2001, Vicente Aranda made a remake titled Juana la Loca.

Electronic Moon No.2 (1966)

The Bear Dodger (1948)

Weder-weder lang 'yan (1999)

The Final Hour (1936)

The Final Hour is a 1936 American drama film directed by D. Ross Lederman.

The Callers (2012)