Engal Thangam (1970)

Couch Surf (2014)

Color Sound Frames (1974)

Some Photos in the City of Sylvia (2007)

Black Hole Radio (1992)

Banchô sara yashiki: Okiku to Harima (1954)

Zoe.Misplaced (2014)

Los Rosales (2013)

Doctor Faustus (2010)

Doctor Faustus (German: Doktor Faustus) is a 1982 West German drama film directed by Franz Seitz, based on the novel by Thomas Mann. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize.

Transfer (1966)

Transfer is a 1966 short film written, shot, edited and directed by David Cronenberg. It features Mort Ritts and Rafe Macpherson and has a runtime of 7 minutes. In Cronenberg on Cronenberg, edited by Chris Rodley (ISBN 0-571-19137-1), Cronenberg summarized Transfer as follows: Transfer, my first film, was a surreal sketch for two people - a psychiatrist and his patient - at a table set for dinner in the middle of a field covered in snow. The psychiatrist has been followed by his obsessive former patient. The only relationship the patient has had which has meant anything to him has been with the psychiatrist. The patient complains that he has invented things to amuse and occasionally worry the psychiatrist but that he has remained unappreciative of his efforts.

National Geographic: Wild Adventure - Vol. 3 (2013)

Verbatim: What Is a Photocopier? (2014)

Nordlicht (1988)

Pride of Place (1976)

Miguel San Miguel (2012)

Tada's Do-It-All House: Disconcerto (2014)

Pedro Penduko, Episode II: The Return Of The Comeback (2000)

Ich träumte eine Weiße Welt (1983)

Der Fall Deruga (1938)

The Deruga Case (German:Der Fall Deruga) is a 1938 German crime film directed by Fritz Peter Buch and starring Willy Birgel, Geraldine Katt and Dagny Servaes. It is based on the 1917 novel of the same title by Ricarda Huch.

Plusz-mínusz egy nap (1973)

Spectator (1970)

Can Tunis (2007)

Abschied (1930)

Abschied (Farewell) is a 1930 German romantic comedy film directed by Robert Siodmak and written by Emeric Pressburger. The film starred Brigitte Horney and Aribert Mog.

Adventures of Jimmy (1950)

Salserín (1997)

Animal Cracker Circus (1938)

Ghosks Is the Bunk (1939)

Ghosks is the Bunk is a 1939 animated short starring Popeye, Olive Oyl and Bluto. Olive reads a ghost story to Popeye and Bluto. Bluto leaves and rigs a haunted house and lures them to it. But they quickly discover him and, even better, a can of invisible paint, and they get the better of him.

Surfacing On The Thames (1970)

Laddie (1935)

Laddie is a 1935 American comedy-drama film directed by George Stevens from a screenplay by Ray Harris and Dorothy Yost, based on the 1913 novel, Laddie: A True Blue Story, by Gene Stratton-Porter. The film stars John Beal, Gloria Stuart, and Virginia Weidler.

Fasten à la Carte (2010)

Charley Colms (1912)

Super Undead Doctor Roach (2009)

Everything & Everything & Everything (2014)

El hijo del viento (1986)

Feral (2008)

Rambo Tanggo Part III (1984)

Mutatis Mutandis (2014)

Necros: diario con la muerte (2013)

The Truth About Webcam Girls (2014)

King Size (2003)

Springtime for Henry (1934)

Springtime for Henry is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle and starring Otto Kruger, Nancy Carroll and Nigel Bruce. It was based on a play of the same name by Benn W. Levy which enjoyed an eight-month run on Broadway.

Foureyes (2013)

Blood Shadow (2001)

The Milky Way (1959)

The Evil Faerie (1966)

Beyoğlu Piliçleri (1963)

I Live as Long as I Die (1965)

Fair Weather Fiends (1946)

Fair Weather Fiends is the 20th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on November 18, 1946, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures.

Tops in the Big Top (1945)

Old MacDonald Had a Farm (1946)

Old MacDonald Had a Farm is an animated musical-comedy short, produced by Famous Studios and released by Paramount Pictures in June 7, 1946.

Ela, panda si madam (2014)

A Hora do Medo (1986)

Tom Jones - BBC Sessions (2009)

Child Undernourishment (1969)

Last Days (2004)

Tooty's Wedding (2011)

Tooty's Wedding is a 2010 short comedy film, written by Perrier Award Winners Ben Willbond and Laura Solon and directed by Frederic Casella. It was screened as part of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, having been selected from a record 7,675 submissions. A feature-length version of the short film, in which "a young couple's marriage hilariously hits the rocks during a weekend wedding in the country" won awards at the Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF), LA ShortsFest 2011, Aesthetica Short Film Festival and New York Friar’s Club is now in development.

Redaction (2014)

Winnie the Pooh Un-Valentine's Day (1995)

Heavenly Voices: Legacy of Farinelli (2013)

F***in White Boy (2015)

A Brief Season (1969)

Brief Season (Italian: Una breve stagione, also known as As Long as it Lasts) is a 1969 Italian drama film written and directed by Renato Castellani.

When You Sleep (2012)

Rain Town (2011)

humming, fast and slow (2013)

23 (1975)

Zigomar - the Black Scourge - Episode 1 (1913)

Yuvarathna Rana (1998)

Fantaisie in Bubblewrap (2007)

Heart-Break.com (2009)

Spaceman (2013)

Ja schastlivaya (2010)

Ljubov iz Probirki (2013)

¿Olvida Usted Algo? (2013)

Logical Revolts (2012)

On 'Orientalism' (1986)

Resonance (1993)

The Telegram (2012)

Nice to Meet You, Please Don't Rape Me! (1996)

To Be (1990)

To Be is a Canadian animated short film released in 1990 and directed by John Weldon, who also composed its music. "To Be" was nominated for a Palme d'Or for best short film in 1990. From 1997 to 2002, the film was shown on Cartoon Network as part of the program O Canada. The film concerns an ontological problem known as the teletransportation paradox.

Enoken no songokû: songokû zenko-hen (1940)

Alegrías de Cádiz (2013)

Unravel (2012)

Riddles for a Candy (1978)

No Parking Hare (1954)

No Parking Hare is a 1954 released Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical animated short, starring Bugs Bunny. It was directed by Robert McKimson, and written by Sid Marcus. Similar in plot to Homeless Hare, Bugs finds himself squaring off against a construction worker who wants to build over his hole in the ground.

A Tangled Tale (2013)

Caminos de tiza (1988)

Sleepover LA (2014)

Thyagabhoomi (1939)

Thyagabhoomi (English: Land of Sacrifice) is a 1939 film directed and produced by famous film director K. Subramanyam. Starring K.J.Mahadevan and S.D.Subbalakshmi, the film was produced at the height of India's freedom movement and glorified Mahatma Gandhi and his ideals in no mean terms. The story for the film was based on a novel written by the great Tamil writer Kalki Krishnamurthy and was financed and distributed by the movie moghul S.S. Vasan before he created Gemini Pictures. Thyagabhoomi is the only Indian film to be banned after release by the British government. The film's only existing print is now at an archive store in Pune. The story was serialized in Ananda Vikatan (Kalki was still with the magazine at the time and S.S. Vasan was the financier-distributor of the film) simultaneously when the film production was going on with stills from the film being published. This was the first time ever something like this had ever been attempted in the world and garnered great success both in India and across other Tamil populations across the world (Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Burma etc.) and British Empire.

Souviens-moi (2013)

The Phoney Express (1926)

Música para después de dormir (2013)

Marcelo (2012)

Day of the Painter (1960)

Day of the Painter is a 1960 American short film directed by Robert P. Davis. It was filmed at Mamaroneck Harbor in Mamaroneck, NY.

Galub (2014)

Cafe X (1928)

Cafe X is a 1928 Norwegian crime film directed by Walter Fyrst, starring Bengt Djurberg and Tove Tellback. It tells the story of journalist Karl Kraft (Djurberg) who uncovers a major weapon smuggling scheme going on in Oslo. Along the way he meets the waitress Lilly (Tellback), who is involved in the affair. He convinces her to abandon the plot, and the two end up together.

Yanie (2014)

Goud (2007)

Love and Grudge (1964)

Love and Grudge (Turkish: Aşk ve Kin) is a 1964 Turkish drama film directed by Turgut Demirağ. It was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival. At the 2nd Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival it won the Golden Orange Award for Best Film.

Enkitta Mothathe (1990)

Lady Gaga: Isle of MTV Malta (2009)