Ko-Ko's Haunted House (1928)
Krueger: A Tale from Elm Street (2011)
Pawn Shop (2013)
Les trois disparitions de Soad Hosni (2011)
Night Highway (1990)
Bimbo's Auto (1954)
Finding Amelia (2010)
Les dents de fer (1913)
The Gypsy Girl (1953)
The Gypsy Girl (Serbo-Croat: Ciganka) is a 1953 Yugoslav drama film directed by Vojislav Nanovic and starring Radomir 'Rasa' Plaovic, Elma Karlowa and Milivoje Zivanovic.
Violated Paradise (1963)
Violated Paradise is a 1963 Italian sexploitation film directed and produced by Marion Gering. Alternate titles for the film were Scintillating Sins and Sea Nymphs.
Le film du poilu (1928)
Legenda o ledyanom serdtse (1958)
L'affaire des divisions Morituri (1985)
Der Kardinal von Spanien (1965)
The Dangle (2015)
Guru Wayne (2002)
A Truncated Story of Infinity (2012)
Genesis and Catastrophe (2000)
The Girl Who Hated Books (2006)
Dexter's Laboratory (1995)
Rich Hall's California Stars (2014)
Fear in the Dark (1991)
The Quest: The Longest Drive (1976)
Janine F. (2004)
Life in Loops (A Megacities RMX) (2006)
Mein Freund, der Scheich (1981)
Lewis Black Unleashed (2003)
The Line, the Cross & the Curve (1993)
The Line, the Cross and the Curve is a musical short film directed by and starring singer Kate Bush. Released in 1993, it co-starred Miranda Richardson and noted choreographer Lindsay Kemp, who had served as dance mentor to Bush early in her career. This short film is essentially an extended music video featuring songs from Bush's 1993 album, The Red Shoes, which in turn was inspired by the classic movie musical-fantasy The Red Shoes. In this version of the tale, Bush plays a frustrated singer-dancer who is enticed by a mysterious woman (Richardson) into putting on a pair of magical ballet slippers. Once on her feet, the shoes start dancing on their own, and Bush's character (who is never referred to by name) must battle Richardson's character to free herself from the spell of the shoes. Her guide on this strange journey is played by Kemp. The film was released direct-to-video in most areas and was only a modest success; Kate Bush later expressed her displeasure with the final product, calling it "a load of bollocks". Soon after its release, Bush effectively dropped out of the public eye until her eighth studio album, Aerial, was released in November 2005. Two years after the UK release, due to late promotion in the US, the film was nominated for the Long Form Music Video at the 1996 Grammy Awards. The film continues to be played in arthouse cinemas around the world, such as a screening at Hollywood Theatre in 2014 where the film was screened along with modern dance interpretations to Bush's music.
The Cocktail Hostesses (1973)
Tim Vine Live (2004)
Seram Sejuk (2012)
Kilerów 2-óch (1999)
Kilerów 2-óch (Two Kilers) is a continuation of Kiler movie, directed in 1997. The film premiered 8 January 1999 in Poland and like the first part it has received financial and critical success.
Nosferatu. Uzhas nochi (2010)
Propaganda is an award-winning 1999 Turkish comedy film written, directed and produced Sinan Çetin. The film, which is a darkly surreal comedy set in a sleepy village in the southeast Turkey in 1948, starred popular comedy actor Kemal Sunal, who died a year later in 2000. It was shown in competition at the 18th Istanbul International Film Festival and the 4th Shanghai International Film Festival, where it won the Golden Goblet, and went on general release across Turkey on January 5, 1999 (1999-01-05).
Davy and Stu (2006)
Reflections in Black (1975)
Reflections in Black (Italian: Il vizio ha le calze nere / Vice Wears Black Hose) is a 1975 Italian giallo film directed by the actor Tano Cimarosa, here at his directorial debut.
Il Ragazzo di Campagna (1984)
Il ragazzo di campagna ("The country boy") is a 1984 Italian comedy film directed by Franco Castellano and Giuseppe Moccia. It was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
The Gang of Four (1989)
Gang of Four (French: La Bande des quatre) is a 1989 French drama film directed by Jacques Rivette. It was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won an Honourable Mention.
Every Time I Die: Sh*t Happens (2006)
Bimbo's Initiation (1931)
Bimbo's Initiation is a 1931 Fleischer Studios Talkartoon animated short film starring Bimbo and featuring Betty Boop. It was the final Betty Boop cartoon to be animated by the character's co-creator, Grim Natwick.
Running Without Sound (2004)
Midnight Revenge (1995)
Youp van 't Hek: Hond op het ijs (1987)
Pop Yer Bottlez! (2005)
Robbery Alla Turca (2005)
Robbery Alla Turca (Turkish title: Hırsız Var!, meaning "There's a Thief!") is a 2005 Turkish comedy film directed by Oğuzhan Tercan.
Take Me Naked (1966)
Ray Tracey in Full Tilt (2000)
Blood on the Backlot (2000)
Satanic Attraction (1990)
Stewart Lee: Stand-Up Comedian (2005)
Gilberto Gil - Kaya N'Gandaya (2002)
Toys Will Be Toys (1949)
Scent-imental Romeo (1951)
Scentimental Romeo is a 1950 Merrie Melodies (Blue Ribbon reissued) animated short featuring Pepé Le Pew and Penelope Pussycat.
The Essential Clash (2003)
Starye klyachi (2000)
Old Hags (Russian: Старые клячи, translit. Starye klyachi) is a 2000 Russian comedy film directed by Eldar Ryazanov.
House of Flames (1979)
À la rencontre du Père Noël (2007)
Where the Fire Burns (2012)
Where the Fire Burns (Turkish: Ateşin Düştüğü Yer) is a 2012 Turkish drama film directed by İsmail Güneş. The film was selected as the Turkish entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
Wild Safari 3D (2005)
Alaska: Silence & Solitude (2005)
Hans Teeuwen: Trui (2000)
Dress Rehearsal: The Brave Hurr's Ta'Zieh (2005)
Sogno di una notte d'estate (1983)
Dream of a Summer Night (Italian: Sogno di una notte d'estate, also spelled as Dream of a Summer's Night) is a 1983 Italian musical film written and directed by Gabriele Salvatores, at his directorial debut. Based on a rock musical directed by the same Salvatores, it is a musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. It was screened in the "De Sica" section at the 40th edition of the Venice International Film Festival.
The Old Skinflint (1942)
El Viejo Hucha is a 1942 Argentine film.
Tsjernobyl Hearts (2012)
Necromaniac: Scizophreniac 2 (1999)
A Woman of the Sea (1926)
A Woman of the Sea, also known by its working title Sea Gulls, is an unreleased silent film produced in 1926 by the Chaplin Film Company. It is one of only two lost Charlie Chaplin films (the other being Her Friend the Bandit), having been destroyed by Chaplin himself as a tax writeoff.
The now lost film starred Edna Purviance, Raymond Bloomer, Eve Southern and Charles French, and was directed by Josef von Sternberg.
Il ritorno del figlio prodigo (2003)
Kanye West - VH1 Storytellers (2009)
Tubog sa ginto (1970)
Cat's Paw (1959)
Tweet Zoo (1957)
Tweet Zoo is a Merrie Melodies (reissued as a Blue Ribbon in 1961) cartoon animated short starring Tweety and Sylvester. Released January 12, 1957, the cartoon was directed by Friz Freleng. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc.
Cabale à Kaboul (2006)
The Bluffer (1930)
New Year's Eve Punch (German:Silvesterpunsch) is a 1960 East German musical film directed by Günter Reisch and starring Erich Franz, Friedel Nowack and Erika Dunkelmann. It was made by the state-owned DEFA company. It is a sequel to the 1959 film The Punch Bowl.
Natural Selection (1994)
You've Got to Keep Cool (1951)
Soles de primavera (2013)
It Changed My Life: Bikini Kill in the UK (1993)
Boeing - Boeing (1964)
Sender Unknown (1995)
Sin Remitente (also known as Return to Sender and Sender Unknown) is a 1995 Mexican drama film written and directed by Carlos Carrera. The film was entered into the main competition at the 52nd edition of the Venice Film Festival. It also won three Ariel Awards, for best picture, best direction and best actor.
Here We Come (2006)
Kokain - Das Tagebuch der Inga L. (1986)
A Lord of Alexander Square (1967)
Ein Lord am Alexanderplatz (A Lord of Alexander Square) is an East German film. It was released in 1967.
Tragos: A Cyber-Noir Witch Hunt (2000)
Paris' Girls (1929)
The Dear Augustin (1940)
Beloved Augustin (German:Der liebe Augustin is a 1940 historical film directed by E.W. Emo and starring Paul Hörbiger, Michael Bohnen and Auguste Pünkösdy. The film was based on the novel of the same title by Horst Wolfram Geissler which was later remade as a 1960 film.
El cerco de Huesca (1937)
Slow Glass (1991)
Poveri milionari (1959)
Poveri milionari (internationally released as Poor Millionaires) is a 1958 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. It is the final chapter in the trilogy started with Poveri ma belli.
Forma Otwarta - Gra na twarzy aktorki (1971)
As Figuras Gravadas Na Faca Com a Seiva Das Bananeiras (2014)