Maladolescenza (1977)

Maladolescenza (German: Spielen wir Liebe) is a 1977 film directed by Pier Giuseppe Murgia. The film caused significant controversy because of its simulated sex scenes involving underage actresses, and because of that it was banned in several countries, being labeled as child pornography.

Portrait Werner Herzog (1986)

Portrait Werner Herzog (German: Werner Herzog - Filmemacher) is an autobiographical short film by Werner Herzog made in 1986. Herzog tells stories about his life and career. The film contains excerpts and commentary on several Herzog films, including Signs of Life, Heart of Glass, Fata Morgana, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Fitzcarraldo, and the Les Blank documentary Burden of Dreams. Notable is footage of a conversation between Herzog and his mentor Lotte Eisner, a photographer. In another section, he talks with mountaineer Reinhold Messner, in which they discuss a potential film project in the Himalayas to star Klaus Kinski.

Ragtime Romeo (1931)

Las luces de buenos aires (1931)

The Lights of Buenos Aires (Spanish:Luces de Buenos Aires) is a 1931 American-Argentine tango comedy film directed by Adelqui Millar. It was made at the Joinville Studios in Paris, where Paramount Pictures concentrated its foreign-language production during the early 1930s.

Der Geisterzug (1927)

Ghost Train (German:Der Geisterzug) is a 1927 German-British comedy crime film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Guy Newall, Ilse Bois and Louis Ralph. It is an adaptation of the Arnold Ridley play The Ghost Train. It was a co-production between Gainsborough Pictures and UFA and was shot at the latter's Staaken Studios in Berlin.

Frankenstein: Italian Style (1975)

Frankenstein – Italian Style (Italian: Frankenstein all'italiana) is a 1975 Italian horror-comedy film directed by Armando Crispino.

Leroy (2007)

Leroy is a 2007 German comedy film directed by Armin Völckers.

The Tunnel (1933)

The Tunnel (German:Der Tunnel) is a 1933 French-German science fiction film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and starring Paul Hartmann, Attila Hörbiger and Olly von Flint. The film was made by Bavaria Film, and shot at the company's Emelka Studios in Munich. It is an adaptation of Bernhard Kellermann's 1913 novel Der Tunnel about the construction of a vast tunnel under the Atlantic Ocean connecting Europe and America. It premiered at the Capitol Theatre in November 1933. A separate French version was also produced. In 1935 the film was remade in Britain with the same title. The 1935 British film was released in the United States as Transatlantic Tunnel.

Genii of Darkness (1962)

Police State 2000 (1999)

It Takes a Thief (1960)

The Challenge, released as It Takes a Thief in the United States, is a 1960 British crime film directed by John Gilling and starring Jayne Mansfield and Anthony Quayle.

The Goldcabbage Family Breaks the Bank (1976)

Familien Gyldenkål sprænger banken (English: The Goldcabbage Family Breaks the Bank) is a 1976 Danish comedy film directed by Gabriel Axel. It was the second in a series of three films about the eccentric Gyldenkål family, a sequel to Familien Gyldenkål (1975) also directed by Axel, and followed by Familien Gyldenkål vinder valget (1977) directed by Bent Christensen.

Wanda Sykes: Tongue Untied (2003)

Front Room (1996)

Schmirinski's - Fiesionen (2000)

Disney Sing Along Songs: Home on the Range - Little Patch of Heaven (2004)

Count on Maggie the bovine beauty to keep the hilarity and harmony going strong from song to song with foot-stompin', toe-tappin' musical numbers from Home on the Range, all-time classic tunes, and more.

Apartment Of Erotic Horror (2006)

The Hippie Professor (1969)

El Profesor Hippie is a 1969 Argentine musical comedy film directed by Fernando Ayala and written by Abel Santacruz which Ayala produced with Héctor Olivera. The film starred Luis Sandrini, Roberto Escalada and Soledad Silveyra. The film premiered on July 31, 1969 in Buenos Aires.

Bye, Bye Bluebeard (1949)

Bye, Bye Bluebeard is a Warner Brothers cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series released on October 21, 1949 and directed by Arthur Davis. The title is a play on the song "Bye Bye Blackbird".

Everynight... Everynight (1995)

Everynight ... Everynight is an Australian drama film directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and released in 1994. Based on a play of the same name, written by Ray Mooney, the film details the early life of contract killer Christopher Dale Flannery and is set inside Melbourne's HM Prison Pentridge's maximum security H Division. Filming was undertaken at HM Prison Geelong.

Without Title (1964)

The Liberation of the Mannique Mechanique (1967)

Kureyon Shinchan: Hendarando no Daiboken (1996)

Crayon Shin-chan: Adventure in Henderland (クレヨンしんちゃん ヘンダーランドの大冒険) is a 1996 Japanese language animated film. It is the fourth instalment of Crayon Shin-chan series. The film is about Shinnosuke and his classmates at Futaba Kindergarten go to an amusement park known as Henderland in Gunma Prefecture. Shin-chan is separated from his group and learns the dark secrets of the amusement park when he befriends a living marionette who entrusts to him a magical set of playing cards. Magical and dark forces are set upon Shin-chan and his family by the lords of the park and he must use the power of the cards and the inner strength and determination of himself, his family, and an unexpected group of friends to save the day. The movie aired on Hungama TV on 18 December 2011 as Shin Chan Movie: Adventures In Henderland.

Backtrack! (1969)

Flesh (2005)

Ich wollte nicht töten (2007)

The Spy Who Came (1969)

Eva (2005)

Borrowing Saffron (2002)

Pencil Face (2008)

18/68: Venecia kaputt (1968)

Once Upon a Time in Triad Society 2 (1996)

Afsan's Long Day (The Young Man Was, Part 2) (2014)

El juez de la soga (1973)

Zero Recognition (2014)

Jiwa Remaja (1975)

Dick Tracy vs. Crime, Inc. (1941)

Dick Tracy vs. Crime, Inc. (1941) is a Republic Movie serial based on the Dick Tracy comic strip. It was directed by the team of William Witney and John English with Ralph Byrd reprising his role from the earlier serials. It was the last of the four Dick Tracy serials produced by Republic, although Ralph Byrd went on to portray the character again in two features and on television.

Das Casanova-Projekt (1981)

Liebesgrüße aus der Lederhose, 5. Teil: Die Bruchpiloten vom Königssee (1978)

Lost Vertigo (2013)

Blood, Sweat and Bagels (2005)

Rotting Christ: Non Serviam - A 20 Year Apocryphal Story (2009)

Thursday We Shall Sing Like Sunday (1967)

Thursday We Shall Sing Like Sunday (French: Jeudi on chantera comme dimanche) is a 1967 Belgian-French comedy film directed by Luc de Heusch. It was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.

Third Is My First (2014)

The Love Letters from Teralba Road (1977)

The Love Letters from Teralba Road is a 1977 Australian short film directed by Stephen Wallace. In 1980 David Stratton called it "not only the most moving love story given to us by the Australian cinema, but also probably the best featurette of the decade."

Wide Open Spaces (1947)

Wide Open Spaces is a 1947 Donald Duck short cartoon, produced by Walt Disney and directed by Jack King for Walt Disney Productions and RKO Radio Pictures.

Sorry Naku Pellaindi (2004)

Tiny Fingers (2010)

Daisy Derkins, Dogsitter of the Damned (2013)

Warpaint (2014)

Iggy the Eskimo Girl (2008)

Pulque Song (2003)

You Are My Adventure (1958)

You Are My Adventure (Swedish: Du är mitt äventyr) is a 1958 Swedish comedy film directed by Stig Olin.

On Paper Wings (2008)

Starbucking (2006)

They Won't Stay Dead: A Look at Return of the Living Dead Part II (2011)

Found Footage Festival Volume 3: Live in San Francisco (2008)

Mathilde's Misses (2012)

Meng gui zhuang gui (1989)

Blücher (1988)

Blücher is a 1988 Norwegian thriller film directed by Oddvar Bull Tuhus, starring Helge Jordal, Frank Krog and Hege Schøyen. Two North Sea divers who have recently been fired plan to vindicate themselves by a pioneer expedition to the wreckage of the German cruiser Blücher, at the bottom of the Oslofjord. The expedition soon becomes entangled in political intrigues.

Youp van 't Hek: Tunnel zonder vluchtstrook (1986)

Youp van 't Hek: Oudejaarsconference 2002: Youp speelt Youp (2002)

Nederdood (2012)

Womanhandled (1925)

Womanhandled is a 1925 American silent comedy film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed through Paramount Pictures. It is based on a short story by Arthur Stringer and stars Richard Dix and Esther Ralston. A print of Womanhandled is held at the Library of Congress.

Fedra, the devil's daughter (1956)

Fedra is a 1956 Spanish drama film directed by Manuel Mur Oti and starring Emma Penella, Enrique Diosdado and Vicente Parra.

Mencari Cinta (2013)

Wanted: Four Legged Husband (1993)

Exit II - Verklärte Nacht (1995)

Letter to Jane: An Investigation About a Still (1974)

Letter to Jane (1972) is a postscript film to Tout va bien directed by Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin and made under the auspices of the Dziga Vertov Group. Narrated in a back-and-forth style by both Godard and Gorin, the film serves as a 52-minute cinematic essay that deconstructs a single news photograph of Jane Fonda in Vietnam. This was Godard and Gorin's final collaboration. In 2005, the film was made available as an extra on the Tout va Bien DVD released by the Criterion Collection.

Jannie totsiens (1970)

Jannie totsiens is a 1970 South African psychological horror film directed by Jans Rautenbach and starring Cobus Rossouw, Katinka Heyns, Jill Kirkland and Don Leonard. A new arrival to a mental institute is ostracised by the other patients, until they use him as a scapegoat when another patient dies. It has been viewed as representing an allegory of South African society at the time.

Fly Frolic (1932)

The Power of Hypnosis (1908)

Jan Gintberg: Big Time Paranoia (2007)

Bottom Live (1993)

25os mesimvrinos (2012)

San Francisco: Aftermath of Earthquake (1906)

Another Night on Earth (2012)

Abram's Hand (2010)

My Neighbourhood (2012)

The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm (1997)

Pizzicato Pussycat (1955)

Pizzicato Pussycat is a Merrie Melodies animated short released January 1, 1955. Directed by Friz Freleng and with voices by Mel Blanc, the cartoon is about a talented piano-playing mouse becoming a slave to a house cat.

N'apcaz simdi? (2012)

The King's Tailor (1934)

Hell's Fire (1934)

Donner, Blitz und Sonnenschein (1936)

Thunder, Lightning and Sunshine (German:Donner, Blitz und Sonnenschein) is a 1936 German comedy film directed by Erich Engels and starring Karl Valentin, Liesl Karlstadt and Ilse Petri. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Paul Markwitz and Heinrich Richter

Away from it All (1979)

The 727 Days Without Karamo (2013)

Kino (2012)

When C Goes with G7 (2013)

Very Close Veins (1934)

The Secret Country: The First Australians Fight Back (1986)

The Secret Country: The First Australians Fight Back is a 1985 television documentary made for the British Central Independent Television company by writer/presenter John Pilger and producer/director Alan Lowery. It details the persecution of Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders throughout Australia's history.

Six Murderous Beliefs (1955)

Hameno Koritsi (2012)

A Coach for Cinderella (1936)

A Coach for Cinderella is a 1936 Technicolor animated cartoon sponsored film based on the Cinderella fairy tale. Directed by Max Fleischer, the film is an advertisement for Chevrolet automobiles.

The Prospecting Bear (1941)

Prince of Pot: The U.S. vs. Marc Emery (2007)

Federal Man-Hunt (1938)

Federal Man-Hunt is a 1938 American crime film directed by Nick Grinde and written by Maxwell Shane. The film stars Robert Livingston, June Travis, John Gallaudet, Charles Halton, Ben Welden and Horace McMahon. The film was released on December 26, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

Una última voluntad (2008)

Viennale Walzer (2004)

Magic Kisa (2008)