Natpwe, le festin des esprits (2013)

No Love Juice: Rustling in Bed (1999)

Danchizuma shinobiai (1972)

Susuk Pocong (2009)

Corto Maltese: The Ballad of the Salt Sea (2003)

Crusty Demons of Dirt (1995)

Cops and Robbers (1979)

Cops and Robbers (Italian: Guardie e ladri) is a 1951 Italian cult comedy film directed by Steno and Mario Monicelli. It stars the famous comedian Totò, and the cinematographer was the future film director Mario Bava. It was produced by Dino De Laurentiis and Carlo Ponti. Its style is close to Italian neorealism. Released in Italian cinemas in November 1951 and shown in competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 1952, earned the award for Piero Tellini the script and Totò the Nastro d'Argento. It had trouble with the censor because it portrayed clumsy police and smart thieves, but it was a great success. The film was a huge success and an unexpected liking by critics. Cops and robbers represented a real turning point in the career of Totò, so that for the first time his film was exclusively positive reviews, and its interpretation is considered one of the best of his career. In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.

Donald Gets Drafted (1942)

Donald Gets Drafted is a 1942 American animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The cartoon has Donald Duck being drafted into the U. S. Army during World War II and follows his introduction to military life. The film was directed by Jack King and introduced the song "The Army's Not the Army Anymore" by Carl Barks and Leigh Harline. The voice cast includes Clarence Nash as Donald, John McLeish as an officer, and Billy Bletcher as Pete who is Donald's drill sergeant. Donald Gets Drafted was the first of a six-part series, within the larger Donald Duck series, which shared a continuity of Donald serving in the army during World War II. The cartoon also revealed for the first time Donald's middle name – Fauntleroy – seen on his "Order to Report for Induction" form from the film's title screen.

Rare Essence: Live in 2004 (2004)

Shortcuts to Hell: Volume 1 (2013)

Monster in the Woods (2010)

Under the Pyramid (2016)

A Man's Flower Road (1986)

The Orange Chronicles (2007)

The Path: Evolution (2016)

Xander De Rycke: Uw Zoete 666 (2010)

Borderland (1937)

Borderland is a 1937 American Western film directed by Nate Watt and written by Harrison Jacobs. The film stars William Boyd, James Ellison, George "Gabby" Hayes, Morris Ankrum, John Beach, Nora Lane, and Charlene Wyatt. The film was released on February 26, 1937, by Paramount Pictures.

Marxist Poetry: The Making of 'The Battle of Algiers' (2004)

Sleepy Eyes of Death: Sword of Villainy (1966)

Nemuri Kyoshiro discovers a conspiracy centering around a band of disgruntled samurai wanting to avenge the death of their sensei.

Istanbul aku datang! (2012)

Henson's Place (1984)

Shania Twain: The Platinum Collection (2001)

Only Clouds Move the Stars (1998)

Only Clouds Move the Stars (Norwegian: Bare skyer beveger stjernene) is a 1998 Norwegian drama film written and directed by Torun Lian. Based on her novel of the same name, the film was Lian's directorial debut. The film was a critical and commercial success. It won the Amanda Award in 1999 in the category Best film, and has received more awards internationally than any other Norwegian film. It was the Norwegian submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

El deseo de vivir (1973)

The Desire to Live (Spanish: El Deseo de vivir) is a 1973 Argentine romantic musical film directed by Julio Saraceni and starring Sandro and Elena Sedova.

Breach in the Silence (2013)

Breach in the Silence (Spanish: Brecha en el silencio) is a 2012 Venezuelan drama film directed by Luis Rodríguez and Andrés Rodríguez. The film was selected as the Venezuelan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Mister and Mistletoe (1955)

Den grønne heisen (1981)

Den grønne heisen (English: The green elevator) is a 1981 Norwegian comedy film directed by Odd-Geir Sæther, based on a play by Avery Hopwood, and starring Rolv Wesenlund and Øivind Blunck.

Cheating Cheaters (1919)

Cheating Cheaters is a 1919 silent film comedy directed by Allan Dwan and starring Jack Holt and Clara Kimball Young. Young's production company produced. It was released by Select Pictures Corporation.Kathryn Stuart was the writer, based on a 1916 Broadway play of the same name by Max Marcin.

A Few Notes on Our Food Problem (1968)

A Few Notes on Our Food Problem is a 1968 documentary film directed by James Blue[fr]. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Operation Algeciras (2004)

Big Bird in Japan (1988)

Big Bird in Japan is a 1989 television special by the Children's Television Workshop (now Sesame Workshop), that aired on PBS January 16, 1989. It is the sequel to Big Bird in China which was also based on the popular television series Sesame Street. This television special was filmed in Kyoto and Tokyo. The program was also produced with the help of NHK.

George and the Christmas Star (1985)

Two Lives for Antonio Espinosa (2011)

Angels with Dirty Faces: Whaddya Hear? Whaddya Say? (2005)

The Yanks Are Coming (1963)

The Yanks Are Coming is a 1963 American documentary film produced by Marshall Flaum. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Marshall Flaum wrote, produced and directed the documentary about the American involvement in World War I.

Accelerated Under-Development: In the Idiom of Santiago Alvarez (1999)

Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas (1978)

Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas (lit: The Bunglers in the War of the Planets) is a 1978 Brazilian comedy film directed by Adriano Stuart. It is the thirteenth film of the Brazilian comedy group Os Trapalhões, starring Renato Aragão, Manfried Sant'Anna, Antonio Carlos, and Mauro Faccio. The film is a parody of the George Lucas's Star Wars franchise. Outside of Brazil, mainly in English-speaking countries, this film is known by the suggestive title of Brazilian Star Wars.

The Ultimate Ride: Shaun White (2008)

Die drei ??? und der Super-Papagei (2006)

No Doubt: Rock Steady Live (2003)

Devyat dney do vesny (2007)

Backstage (2012)

The Robbie Williams Show (2002)

Tiszta Amerika (1988)

En aften med John & Aage (1992)

Ojosama Sosamo (1996)

Confessions of an Economic Hitman (2007)

Origins of the Da Vinci Code (2005)

Damned Holiday (1958)

Dream Theater: Live at Budokan (2004)

Jimmy Carr: Stand Up (2005)

Preferisco il rumore del mare (2000)

I Prefer the Sound of the Sea (Italian: Preferisco il rumore del mare, French: Je préfère le bruit de la mer) is a 2000 Italian-French drama film directed by Mimmo Calopresti. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival. The title Preferisco il rumore del mare is a verse of Dino Campana. Rosario reads excerpts of Heart and works in a bookshop named Franti.

Kill Peter, Pay Paul (2009)

Al Murray: The Pub Landlord Live - A Glass of White Wine for the Lady (2004)

Songs from Tsongas: Yes 35th Anniversary Concert (2005)

Jack Dee: Live in London (1999)

Sabbath Entertainment (2003)

Jim Breuer: Hardcore (2002)

Brush Up My Sisters (2003)

Holy Water-Gate: Abuse Cover-up in the Catholic Church (2004)

The Great Toy Robbery (1963)

Ko-Ko's Earth Control (1928)

Anders Fjelsted - Barnligt voksen (2011)

Intolerance (2000)

The Garden of Sinners Epilogue (2011)

Spangas on Survival (2009)

The Tour Operators (2001)

Cousin (1998)

Vietnam: The Secret Agent (1983)

Backwoods Bloodbath (2007)

Herbie Hancock Future2future Live (2002)

Everything About Mustafa (2004)

Everything About Mustafa (Turkish: Mustafa Hakkında Herşey) is a 2004 Turkish drama thriller film written and directed by Çağan Irmak about a man forced to confront his past after he loses everything in an accident.

Le Noël de Walter et Tandoori (2011)

Scenes from the Sex Struggles at North Beverly Drive, Los Angeles, CA (Remix) (2007)

The Last Supper (1976)

The Last Supper (La última cena in Spanish) a 1976 Cuban historical film directed by Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, produced by the Instituto Cubano del Arte y la Industria Cinematográficos (ICAIC) and starring Nelson Villagra as the Count.

Justice Be Damned (2007)

Too Beautiful: Our Right to Fight (2016)

SEE: An Art Road Trip (2013)

Yoga for the Rest of Us with Peggy Cappy: Easy Yoga for Arthritis (2010)

House of Little Deaths (2016)

Take Off Your Clothes and Live (1963)

Take Off Your Clothes and Live! is a 1963 British naturist film directed by Arnold Louis Miller. It was partly shot in the south of France.

Horizontal/Vertical (2009)

The Light Penetrates the Dark (1931)

Toy Town Hall (1936)

Toy Town Hall is a 1936 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng.

Club Butterfly (2001)

Tying Up Bags for Train, U.S.P.O. (1903)

The Young Girl and the Clouds (2001)

De weg naar Cádiz (2010)

NON: Live in Osaka (2004)

Brush of Baphomet (2009)

Svinedrengen og prinsessen på ærten (1962)

Svinedrengen og prinsessen på ærten is a 1962 Danish animated film directed by Poul Ilsøe and starring Dirch Passer. It is based on the tales by Hans Christian Andersen.

A Lamp In The Dark: The Untold History of the Bible (2009)

This exciting documentary unfolds the fascinating "untold" history of the Bible, revealing critical information often overlooked in modern histories. Enter into a World of saints and martyrs battling against spies, assassins and wolves in sheep's clothing. Learn the stories of valiant warriors of faith, such as John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, the ancient Waldenses, Albigenses, etc.

A Garfield Christmas Special (1987)

A Garfield Christmas Special is a 1987 American animated television special based on the Garfield comic strip, created by Jim Davis. It is directed by Phil Roman and stars Lorenzo Music as the voice of Garfield the house cat, as well as Thom Huge, Gregg Berger, Julie Payne, Pat Harrington Jr., David L. Lander and Pat Carroll. The special is about Garfield spending Christmas with the Arbuckle family on their farm, and discovering the true meaning of Christmas.

Dear Diary (1996)

Dear Diary was a TV pilot, starring Bebe Neuwirth, written and directed by David Frankel and produced by Frankel and Barry Jossen for the new film studio DreamWorks. After being rejected by ABC, it was slightly edited and put into a single Los Angeles theater for a weekend in November 1996, and went on to win an Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film at the 69th Academy Awards. It was the only made-for-TV pilot ever to win an Oscar.

Phffft (1954)

Phffft is a 1954 black-and-white romantic comedy film starring Judy Holliday, Jack Lemmon, and Jack Carson, and features Kim Novak in a small but significant role. The picture was written by George Axelrod and directed by Mark Robson, and was the second film starring Holliday and Lemmon that year, after It Should Happen to You.

The Unbelievers (2013)

The Unbelievers is a 2013 documentary film that follows Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss as they speak publicly around the globe about the importance of science and reason in the modern world, encouraging others to cast off religious and politically motivated approaches toward what they think to be important current issues. The film includes short statements by influential people and celebrities such as Stephen Hawking, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Sam Harris, Cameron Diaz, Woody Allen, Penn Jillette, Ian McEwan, and David Silverman.

Bitter Victory (1957)

A World War II drama starring Richard Burton (Academy Award® nomination for Best Actor, Equus, 1977and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, 1966) and Curt Jurgens (The Spy Who Loved Me) as Captain Leith and Major Brand, a pair of British Army officers assigned to execute a daring commando raid on the Libyan stronghold of General Rommel. Before the mission even begins, the tension between the two is evident, a situation that is only exacerbated when Brand learns that Leith was once romantically involved with his wife, Jane (Ruth Roman, TV's Knott's Landing ). Once the operation is underway, Brand's cowardice forced Leith to step in and kill a German soldier. This act only adds to Brand's hatred for his second-in-command and as it grows, a series of disasters threaten the men and the successor their mission. Who will live, who will die, and what price honor?

Lincoln@Gettysburg (2013)

From PBS - How the telegraph helped Abraham Lincoln to reshape America. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln proved himself a master of a new frontier--not on the battlefields of the Civil War, but in his "high-tech" command center, the War Department Telegraph Office. The telegraph was the "Internet" of the nineteenth century, and it gave Lincoln powers of command, communications, and control never before exercised by a commander-in-chief. He used this new technology to connect the country to him--receiving nearly live dispatches via telegraph from his generals in the field and sending out his plans for the nation faster and with more clarity than ever before. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership would ultimately lead to the fields of Gettysburg. There, one battle turned the tide of the Civil War--and became the setting for the 272 words of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, the speech that recast the American ideal as a national creed. Lincoln@Gettysburg unfolds the greatest turning point in American history, the rebirth of a nation, and the dawn of the information age.

Blue Gold: World Water Wars (2008)

Blue Gold: World Water Wars is a 2008 documentary film by Sam Bozzo, based on the book Blue Gold: The Fight to Stop the Corporate Theft of the World’s Water by Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke. It was produced by Mark Achbar and Si Litvinoff and was narrated by Malcolm McDowell. The film was first screened on October 9, 2008, at the Vancouver International Film Festival.

Empire (2002)

Empire is a powerful, gripping action-thriller featuring John Leguizamo in a riveting performance the Los Angeles Times hails as "superb." "One of the best performances of the year!" The gritty streets of the South Bronx meet the white-collar world of Wall Street in Empire, a hard-hitting story about the pursuit of fast money and the high price of greed. Featuring Denise Richards, Isabella Rossellini and rap superstars Fat Joe and Treach, Empire is a high-intensity, urban thrill-ride!