Formalin Man (2004)
30 Miles an Hour (1949)
Contemporary Gladiator (1989)
Will Power (1936)
The Blue Mansion (2009)
The Blue Mansion is the second film from director Glen Goei. The film had its world premiere at the 14th Pusan International Film Festival and was released in Singaporean theatres in an edited NC16 version at the request of the distributor on 22 October 2009. The uncut version was classified M18 by the Media Development Authority. The film was the opening film of the Berlin Asian Hot Shots Film Festival 2010 and was in competition at the Tokyo International Film Festival 2009 and the Shanghai International Film Festival 2010. It debuted in Kuala Lumpur on 18 March 2010 and was shown in Penang during the George Town Festival 2010.
L'unica legge in cui credo (1976)
Filmmaker Intervention (2012)
Hamfat Asar (1965)
Karik and Valya's Remarkable Adventures (1987)
All for Money (1923)
All for Money (German:Alles für Geld) is a 1923 German silent film directed by Reinhold Schünzel and starring Emil Jannings, Hermann Thimig and Dagny Servaes.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Kurt Richter.
King Solomon's Mines (1986)
Roaming by Ray Mcdonald (2008)
Wo ai tai kong ren (1988)
Boubou cravate (1972)
Die Martinsklause (1951)
The Cloister of Martins (German: Die Martinsklause) is a 1951 West German drama film directed by Richard Häussler and starring Willy Rösner, Gisela Fackeldey and Heinz Engelmann. It is based on the novel of the same title by Ludwig Ganghofer. The film is part of the postwar tradition of heimatfilm in German cinema.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Willi Horn and Carl Ludwig Kirmse.
On vous parle de Prague: Le deuxième procès d'Artur London (1971)
Babyroussa the Babiroussa (1993)
Das Lied einer Nacht (1932)
The Song of Night (German: Das Lied einer Nacht) is a 1932 German musical comedy film directed by Anatole Litvak and starring Jan Kiepura, Magda Schneider and Fritz Schulz.
It was made at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by Werner Schlichting. A separate English-language version Tell Me Tonight was made, also directed by Litvak.
Sinong lumikha ng yoyo? Sinong lumikha ng moon buggy? (1982)
The Midget Crane (2009)
The General's Mustache (1968)
Breath of Fresh Air (2008)
Vicky Pattison's 7 Day Slim (2013)
I Hear Your Scream (2008)
Brit Floyd: Live at the Echo Arena in Liverpool (2011)
The Many Days of 'Day of the Dead' (2003)
The Voice Inside (2001)
The Crumbling of America (2009)
The Story of Kindness or How to Behave (1987)
This Land Is Mine (2012)
Elmo the Fearless (1920)
Elmo the Fearless is a 1920 American Western film serial directed by J. P. McGowan. The film is now considered to be lost.
Pudhiya Vanam (1988)
Single Man (2010)
The Permaculture Orchard: Beyond Organic (2014)
Bocet vesel (1984)
Synth & Wave Essentials (2005)
How to Start the Day (1937)
Witches, Faggots, Dykes and Poofters (1980)
King of the Congo (1952)
King of the Congo was the 48th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book character "Thun'da", created by Frank Frazetta.
Jeg taler til jer - John Kørners verden (2013)
The Crime Doctor (1934)
The Crime Doctor is a 1934 American crime drama directed by John Robertson from a screenplay by Jane Murfin, adapted from the novel The Big Bow Mystery by Israel Zangwill. The film stars Otto Kruger, Karen Morley, and Nils Asther. RKO Radio Pictures produced and distributed the film which was released on April 27, 1934.
The Lockerbie Bombing (2013)
Jungle Raiders (1945)
Jungle Raiders (1945) is a Columbia film serial.
Happy Days (1980)
Public Enemy - Live from House of Blues (2001)
The Death Lullaby (1985)
Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise (2011)
Fröken Fleggmans mustasch (1984)
A Girl Called Jules (1970)
A Girl Called Jules (Italian: La ragazza di nome Giulio, French: Une jeune fille nommée Julien) is a 1970 Italian-French drama film directed by Tonino Valerii. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival where it was supposed to be screened on the last day of the festival, but the screening was eventually cancelled as the festival was interrupted on 5 July 1970. Joan Fontaine was originally cast to play Laura, the title character's mother, but she left the set a few days before the end of shooting due to economic disagreements with the producer Francesco Mazzei; she was replaced by Esmeralda Ruspoli and all her scenes had to be reshot. The film received mixed reviews.
New Improved Institutional Quality: In the Environment of Liquids and Nasals a Parasitic Vowel Sometimes Develops (1976)
Operation Hollywood (2004)
Das Schweigen des Dichters (1987)
One Last Dive (2013)
Duhai si pari-pari (2009)
Saddle Silly (1941)
Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix (1942)
Hrafnhildur- heimildarmynd um kynleiðréttingu (2012)
Life in a Tin (1967)
Bourbon Street Blues (1979)
Jajouka, Something Good Comes to You (2012)
The Story (1969)
The High and the Flighty (1956)
The High and the Flighty is a Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon animated short featuring Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, and the Barnyard Dawg. Released in 1956, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson and written by Tedd Pierce. This short was animated By Ted Bonnicksen, Russ Dyson, and Keith Darling. The title is a parody of the 1954 Warner Bros. Pictures film The High and the Mighty starring John Wayne.
The Tulips (1907)
Strife with Father (1950)
Strife with Father is a 1950 Merrie Melodies animated film directed by Robert McKimson, released in 1950, starring voice actor Mel Blanc as Beaky Buzzard.
The Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man (1975)
The Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man is a 1975 documentary film produced by Appalshop. The film is about the Buffalo Creek Flood, an incident that occurred on February 26, 1972 when the Pittston Coal Company's coal slurry impoundment dam in Logan County, West Virginia burst four days after having been declared 'satisfactory' by a federal mine inspector. The film includes interviews with survivors, mining officials, and union representatives, along with footage of the flood itself. In 2005, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Billy T James: Alive and Gigging (1990)
The Miller's Daughter (1934)
The Miller's Daughter is a 1934 American animated short film by Friz Freleng, his seventh in the Merrie Melodies series.
Just a Shabby Doll (1913)
American Passages (2011)
The Park Is Mine (1998)
Betty's Bath (1928)
Sure-Locked Homes (1928)
Dakan (Destiny) is a 1997 French/Guinean drama film written and directed by Mohamed Camara. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Telling the story of two young men struggling with their love for each other, it has been described as the first West African feature film to deal with homosexuality.
Le nez (1963)
Kangofu nikki: Itazura na yubi (1979)
Ryoko (Etsuko Hara) leaves the chaos of her dorm for the peace and quiet of her own place because she wants to keep her relationship with a doctor at Murata Hospital a secret. Unfortunately, that privacy is short-lived as she discovers a “peeping tom” next door neighbor that spies on her all the time. When the doctor’s wife learns of the affair, poor Ryoko gets caught in a web of jilted lovers, frisky lesbians, slapstick sexual assault and embarrassing incidents with household appliances. The first film in Nikkatsu’s three picture “Nurse Diary” series, NURSE DIARY: WICKED FINGER is a strange mix of comedy, nudity and sex with an oh-so-crazy plot that will have you shaking your head in disbelief!
Porky's Railroad (1937)
Porky's Railroad is a Looney Tunes cartoon starring Porky Pig released in 1937.
Majestic Thunderbolt (1985)
The Lithium Conspiracy (2012)
Howd' Ya Like That? (1934)
Sarong Aldaw (2012)
Canadian Ninja (2014)
Landscapes of the Heart: The Elizabeth Spencer (2013)
Ustaz, Mu Tunggu Aku Datang! (2013)
Hawaiian Punch (2013)