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.

Le vie del Signore sono finite (1987)

Le vie del Signore sono finite (The ways of the Lord are over) is a 1987 Italian comedy-drama film written and directed by Massimo Troisi. The film won the Nastro d'Argento for best screenplay. For his performance Marco Messeri won the Ciak d'oro for best supporting actor.

Taxidermy: Stuff the World (2005)

Finding Hulk Hogan (2010)

Long Live Philippine Cinema! (2009)

Around the World with Timon & Pumbaa (1996)

Gauche the Cellist (1982)

Farewell: Live from the Universal Amphitheatre Halloween 1995 (1996)

The Three Blind Mice (1945)

Beyond the Rave (2008)

Beyond the Rave is a twenty-part horror serial, initially published on MySpace, that marked the return of Hammer Films in 2008.

The Art of the Dynamic Shotgun (2010)

Spock's Beard: Don't Try This at Home - Live in Holland & the Making of V (2002)

The Disco Years (1994)

Jump Britain (2005)

Jump Britain is a 2005 documentary about Freerunning. Directed by Mike Christie and produced by Carbon Media, it is a sequel to Channel 4's Jump London. Two of the three free runners from Jump London, Sébastien Foucan and Jérôme Ben Aoues, appear alongside the members of Urban freeflow, as they interact with numerous famous landmarks all over Britain. Another section of the documentary sees various members of Urban Freeflow go on a 'pilgrimage' to Lisses, France. The trip includes a visit to the famous Dame Du Lac. Free running is a physical discipline which grew from Parkour, led by David Belle. The free runners tackle some of the UK's most iconic sites including Edinburgh Castle and the Forth Bridge in Scotland, the Giant's Causeway and Derry's walls in Northern Ireland, the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle and the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. The original soundtrack was composed by Ian Masterson and Thomas Beach, and was released on iTunes, as well as appearing as an extra on the DVD release.

Urlaub von Hartz IV - Wir reisen in die DDR (2012)

Il sangue verde (2010)

Il Sangue verde is an Italian 2010 documentary film.

Sheryl Crow: C'mon America 2003 (2003)

Anouk Live at Gelredome (2008)

One Girl, 2 Guns (1996)

Stewart Lee: If You Prefer a Milder Comedian, Please Ask for One (2010)

Che gioia vivere (1961)

The Joy of Living (Italian: Che gioia vivere, French: Quelle joie de vivre) is a 1961 Italian-French comedy film directed by René Clément. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.

Envelope (2012)

Envelope is a 2012 American short film directed by Aleksy Nuzhny and stars Kevin Spacey. It is inspired by true events of Soviet publicist and writer Yevgeny Petrov.

August Days (2006)

Never Rewind the Buzzcocks (1998)

La próxima estación (1982)

Kiss: Konfidential (1993)

Acústico MTV: Gilberto Gil (1994)

Gad Elmaleh: Décalages au Palais des Glaces (1997)

Kathy Griffin: The D-List (2004)

Jonatan Spang: Damer (2005)

Lee & Herring Live (1996)

The Exciting Life of a Tree (1999)

Fabled Enemies (2008)

The Howl (1968)

The Howl is a true surrealist cult classic, filled with eye-shattering imagery, visual jokes, impossible characters, riotous comedy, and punk rock music well before its time. A young bride escapes her wedding ceremony with a stranger and together they set off on an epic journey though increasingly bizarre lands. They encounter talking animals and mournful exhibitionists, converse with a discoursing rock, journey through a surrealist's psychedelic hotel, instigate a prison riot, escape from naked cannibals living in a tree and battle a wind-up midget dictator! Featuring the legendary Tina Aumont (Casanova) as the bride and Italy's great clown Luigi Proietti as her make-shift partner, The Howl challenges authority and convention in the true anarchist spirit of the 1960s. Filmmaker Tinto Brass, famous for his later erotica, here presents one of the greatest works of the era - along with A Clock Work Orange, a film he was asked to direct, but instead made The Howl; one of the strangest films ever!

Black Sabbath: The Last Supper (1999)

Bon Jovi: The Crush Tour (2000)

Russell Brand: Scandalous (2009)

Delitto in Formula Uno (1984)

Crime in Formula One (Italian: Delitto in Formula Uno) is a 1984 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film written and directed by Bruno Corbucci. It is the tenth chapter in the Nico Giraldi film series starred by Tomas Milian.

Night of the Vampires (1964)

Cave of the Living Dead (German: Der Fluch der grünen Augen) is a 1964 German / Yugoslav horror film directed by Ákos Ráthonyi.

Pikachu & Pichu (2000)

Claymation Comedy of Horrors Show (1991)

Claymation Comedy of Horrors (also known as Will Vinton's Claymation Comedy of Horrors) is a 1991 Halloween stop-motion short film by Will Vinton. Animator Teresa Drilling won an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement for her work on this short. It was taped in 1990.

Kathy Griffin is... Not Nicole Kidman (2005)

ABBA in Concert (1979)

Tele-Zombie (2004)

Jiang hu san nu xia (1970)

Picas (2012)

Golden Yeggs (1950)

Golden Yeggs is a 1950 Merrie Melodies short animated film, released on August 5, 1950 by Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. and directed by Friz Freleng. It features Daffy Duck and Porky Pig in a forerunner of the Rocky and Mugsy cartoons, with Rocky already in his present-day form. The story was written by Tedd Pierce and animated by Arthur Davis, Gerry Chiniquy, Ken Champin, Virgil Ross and Emery Hawkins. Paul Julian painted the backgrounds and Hawley Pratt designed the layouts. Mel Blanc provided the voices (except for a goose, voiced by Stan Freberg) and Carl Stalling the music. "Yegg" is a slang term for a burglar or safecracker. The same play-on-words was used in the title of the 1947 Bugs Bunny cartoon, Easter Yeggs. This cartoon also appeared in the magazine Time Inc. (owned by Time Warner), which would later spun off on June 6, 2014.

Kobelkoff (1900)

Fatherhood Dreams (2007)

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)

Shakma (1990)

Shakma (also known as Panic in the Tower) is a 1990 American horror film directed by Tom Logan and Hugh Parks. It stars Christopher Atkins, Amanda Wyss, Ari Meyers and Roddy McDowall battling a baboon which has been driven insane by an experimental drug. Despite negative reviews, the film has achieved a small cult audience.

Exit to Hell (2013)

Thugs incur the violent wrath of a justice-loving lawman (Kane Hodder) after they terrorize the residents of a small border town.

The Inevitable (2013)

Greedy innkeepers (Basant Josalkar, Surekha Sikri) resort to robbery and murder after their son leaves to seek a better life.

Thanks for the Memory (1938)

Thanks for the Memory is a 1938 film starring Bob Hope and Shirley Ross, and directed by George Archainbaud.

Valiyavan (2015)

Valiyavan is a 2015 Tamil action film written and directed by M. Saravanan. It features Jai and Andrea Jeremiah in the lead roles. The film commenced shoot from May 2014, and released on 27 March 2015. The film received mixed to negative reviews.

Play The Game (2009)

Play the Game is a 2009 romantic comedy film starring Andy Griffith, Paul Campbell, Liz Sheridan, Doris Roberts, and Marla Sokoloff, written and directed by Marc Fienberg. This was Andy Griffith's last film credit; he died on July 3, 2012.

The Wings of the Night (2009)

Though she is pledged to become a suicide bomber, a woman (Beren Saat) falls in love.

Smiley (1956)

Smiley tells the lively tale of an imaginative young boy who lives in the small outback town of Murrumbilla. Smiley (Colin Petersen) is the quintessential Aussie larrikin lad on a mission and nothing or nobody is going to stand in his way.

Princess of the Nile (1954)

Princess of the Nile is a 1954 American adventure film starring Debra Paget.

The Virgins (2014)

A young Christian couple have wild adventures on their wedding night, as one surprise after another ruins their attempts to consummate their marriage.

My Brother Jonathan (1948)

My Brother Jonathan is a 1948 British drama film directed by Harold French, adapted from a novel by Francis Brett Young. It starred Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray and James Robertson Justice.

Life is All You Get (1997)

Life is All You Get (German: Das Leben ist eine Baustelle) is a 1997 German comedy film directed by Wolfgang Becker. It was entered into the 47th Berlin International Film Festival where it won an Honourable Mention.

Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me (1992)

Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me is a 1992 American comedy film starring Adrienne Shelly, Max Parrish, Andrea Naschak, and written and directed by Joel Hershman. Supporting roles are played by Diane Ladd, Sean Young, and Timothy Leary. A raunchy screwball comedy with a romantic subplot, Hold Me follows a small-time criminal hiding from his ex-fiancée and the law in an El Monte, California trailer park, where the production was filmed. While there he meets an assortment of oddball characters, and finds himself juggling the affections of two sisters, a sadistic porn star and a demure virgin. According to The Austin Chronicle, "The strong points of Hershman's film are his wonderfully wacky story in combination with a terrific, top-notch cast whose performances easily render credible, slice-of-life images of life in the lower-class lane." Despite largely positive reviews, some of which went so far as to compare Hershman to John Waters and Paul Bartel, the film failed to break even at the box office. As of 2013, distribution for the film is handled by Farwest Enterprises, Inc.

Moonlight Serenade (1997)

Moonlight Serenade is a 1997 Japanese drama film directed by Masahiro Shinoda. It was entered into the 47th Berlin International Film Festival.

Prague (1992)

Prague is a 1992 British drama film directed by Ian Sellar. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.

Sakharov (1984)

Sakharov is a 1984 American drama film directed by Jack Gold and written by David W. Rintels. The film stars Jason Robards, Glenda Jackson, Nicol Williamson, Frank Finlay, Michael Bryant and Paul Freeman. The film premiered on HBO on June 20, 1984.

Adam and the Devil (2007)

Adam and the Devil (Turkish: Adem'in Trenleri) is a 2007 Turkish drama film directed by Barış Pirhasan.

One Hour with You (1932)

One Hour with You is a 1932 American Pre-Code musical comedy film about a married couple who find themselves attracted to other people. It was produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch "with the assistance of" George Cukor, and written by Samson Raphaelson, from the play Only a Dream by Lothar Schmidt. It stars Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald and Genevieve Tobin and features Charles Ruggles and Roland Young. A French-language version, called Une heure près de toi was made simultaneously, with Lili Damita playing Genevieve Tobin's role. The film is a musical remake of The Marriage Circle (1924), the second film that Lubitsch made in the United States. In 1932, One Hour with You was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Bliss (2007)

Mutluluk (English title: Bliss) is a 2007 Turkish film directed by Abdullah Oğuz, and starring Özgü Namal, Talat Bulut, and Murat Han. It was chosen to open the 2007 Asian Film Festival in Mumbai and the 2007 Medfilm Festival in Rome. It won the audience prize and the young jury prize at the 2008 Turkish Film Festival in Nuremberg and won the audience award for international films at the 2008 Miami International Film Festival. Also, Mutluluk was rewarded by European Council with the Prix Odyssee Human Rights Award in 2007.

Jumping Jacks (1952)

Jumping Jacks is a 1952 film starring the comedy team of Martin and Lewis. The film was released by Paramount Pictures. One of the military comedies that marked the duo's early career, Brigadier General Frank Dern, Deputy Chief of the US Army's Information Office praised Jumping Jacks as something that would "contribute to troop morale within the Army."

Audience of One (2007)

Audience of One is an award-winning 2007 documentary film directed by Michael Jacobs that was premiered on 9 March 2007 at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas.

Margaret's Museum (1995)

Margaret's Museum is a critically acclaimed 1995 British-Canadian dark film drama, directed by Mort Ransen and based on Sheldon Currie's novel The Glace Bay Miners' Museum.

Crazy In Love (1992)

Crazy in Love is a 1992 American comedy film directed by Martha Coolidge and written by Gerald Ayres. It is based on the 1988 novel Crazy in Love by Luanne Rice. The film stars Holly Hunter, Gena Rowlands, Bill Pullman, Julian Sands, Herta Ware and Frances McDormand. The film premiered on TNT on August 10, 1992.