Herbert Grönemeyer: Mensch Live (2003)

Centerfold Screen Test 2 (1986)

A Well-Ordered Restaurant (1991)

Norma Arrostito, la Gaby (2008)

Suzie (2009)

Suzie is a 2009 French-Canadian drama film directed by and starring Micheline Lanctôt.

Youp van 't Hek: Man vermist (1982)

Hacker (2010)

The Beatles Budokan Concert (1966)

Shadow of the Demon (2002)

The Wiggles: Big, Big Show! (2009)

Take One: A Documentary Film About Swedish House Mafia (2010)

Once There Was a War (1966)

Once There Was a War (Danish: Der var engang en krig) is a 1966 Danish drama film directed by Palle Kjærulff-Schmidt. The film was selected as the Danish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 40th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Giant on the Box (2004)

Postman Pat's Pet Sematary (2013)

Prometheus Bound (2002)

Footnotes to a House of Love (2007)

Each For All (1945)

Just Love! (2013)

Kings of Leon: Live from the Hammersmith Apollo (2007)

Something in the Water (2008)

Something in the Water is a 2008 Australian documentary film written and directed by Aidan O'Bryan. Using live, archival, and interview footage shot in Los Angeles, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, and Windsor in Berkshire, England, it explores the history and environment behind the development of local and nationally acclaimed musical talent in Western Australia. The film was funded by Perth media production company WBMC, headed by screenwriter/director Aidan O'Bryan and producer Janelle Landers. The film follows the rise to fame of some of Western Australia's most successful musicians. Something in the Water features more than fifty interviews with bands including Little Birdy, The Waifs, The Sleepy Jackson, Eskimo Joe, End of Fashion, Jebediah, Le Hoodoo Gurus, The Panics and Red Jezebel. The film asks whether Perth's talented spawn can be attributed to the city's isolation, the environment or the music scene itself, or whether there is, in fact, something in the water. Something in the Water premiered at the Astor Theatre in Perth and had a limited theatrical run in that city. It later was shown at the FTI Fremantle Film Festival and the 2008 WAMi Festival. An accompanying two-disc compilation of various Western Australian artists became available via MGM Distribution as well as online in January 2009. The film was screened on ABC2 on 13 May 2009. Following this national broadcast, the film was released on DVD on 3 July 2009 via MGM Distribution. The DVD includes additional interview footage with Eskimo Joe, John Butler, The Triffids, Dave Faulkner and Kim Salmon. Some people have noted that the film neglects to mention some of the more notable Perth performers from the 1970s and even 1960s. While Johnny Young makes an appearance, other performers like Glen Ingram & The Hi-Five, Bakery, The Elks, Fatty Lumpkin, Sid Rumpo, Dave Warner, The Dugites and Rip Torn & The Stockings and groundbreaking producer Martin Clark and his Clarion Records are completely ignored (although The Dugites do make an appearance on the film's soundtrack double CD release).

Still a Brother: Inside the Negro Middle Class (1968)

The Nutcracker and the Mouse King (2011)

Pirates of the Airwaves (2014)

Jean-Marie Straub und Danièle Huillet bei der Arbeit an einem Film (1983)

Stop-and-Cop Interactive (2009)

DJ Q-Bert - For Intellectual Dumasses (2007)

Crying 100 Times: Every Raindrop Falls (2013)

Crying 100 Times: Every Raindrop Falls is a 2013 Japanese romance drama film based on Kou Nakamura's novel of the same name. Directed by Ryūichi Hiroki, it stars Tadayoshi Okura and Mirei Kiritani.

Album (1970)

Song 9 (1965)

The Dwelling (1993)

The Dress Rehearsal (1968)

Umbracle (1972)

Umbracle is an experimental feature film by Catalan filmmaker Pere Portabella. It is often seen as a companion piece to his Cuadecuc, vampir, also starring Christopher Lee. Both films were completed in 1970, though Umbracle was not shown until 1972. Like Cuadeuc, the entire film is photographed on different kinds of high contrast black & white film stock and features a sound track by frequent Portabella collaborator Carles Santos. Unlike Cuadecuc, Umbracle features several scenes of synchronized sound, including a notable scene where Christopher Lee recites Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" and sings opera in an empty theatre, and a lengthy sequence of Spanish filmmakers discussing censorship in their country very frankly, their statements later reinforced by a nearly 15-minute segment from a pro-Franco film.

Blue October: Argue with a Tree (2004)

Robert Schimmel: Unprotected (1999)

Curse of the Black Cat (1977)

Steven Wilson: Get All You Deserve (2012)

Devil's Exorcist (1975)

Bold King Cole (1936)

Youp van 't Hek: Alles of Nooit (1991)

Stanley Jordan Trio: The Paris Concert (2008)

The Potemkin League (2010)

Manowar: Magic Circle Festival, Volume 1 (2007)

Visual Variations on Noguchi (1945)

East of Fifth Avenue (1933)

Around the world with Bolek and Lolek (1977)

Prima della felicità (2010)

Buddies... Thicker Than Water (1962)

The Buddies Thicker Than Water is a Tom and Jerry animated short film, released on November 1, 1962. It was the twelfth cartoon in the series to be directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder in Czechoslovakia. The short's title is a pun on the phrase "Blood is thicker than water".

Tarnished Angel (1938)

Tarnished Angel is a 1938 American drama film directed by Leslie Goodwins from a screenplay by Jo Pagano, based on a story by Saul Elkins. Starring Sally Eilers, Lee Bowman, Ann Miller, and Alma Kruger, the film was produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures and released on October 28, 1938.

Cat Listening to Music (1988)

Life Is Easy (2005)

Me Pesas en la Cabeza (2013)

Julie, chevalier de Maupin (2004)

Song 6 (1964)

Where the Outback Ends (1989)

Daisy and Simon is a 1988 Australian film shot in Perth. It is also known as Where the Outback Ends. It was first announced in 1983 as Daisy then in 1985 as The Distance with Michael York.

The Carpetmaker Girl (1953)

Tannhäuser (2004)

The Art of the Game (2014)

Srdečný pozdrav ze zeměkoule (1983)

Srdečný pozdrav ze zeměkoule is a 1983 Czechoslovak comedy science fiction film directed by Oldřich Lipský.

The Lonely Killers (1972)

The Lonely Killers (French: Les tueurs fous) is a 1972 Belgian crime film directed by Boris Szulzinger. The film was selected as the Belgian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 45th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Phantom (2000)

The Desired Woman (1927)

The Desired Woman is a lost 1927 silent drama film directed by Michael Curtiz.

Hayatim sana feda (1970)

Conceição: Autor Bom é Autor Morto (2007)

Le monde selon Tippi (1997)

How to Sharpen Pencils (2013)

Yunga so shkhuny Kolumb (1963)

Loving (1957)

Hollywood Dinosaur Chronicles (1987)

Sayang You Can Dance (2009)

The Planets (1983)

Perspectrum (1975)

Time Travel Lover (2014)

A Season in Hakkari (1983)

A Season in Hakkari (Turkish: Hakkâri'de Bir Mevsim) is a 1983 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral. It was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize.

Horizons (1973)

Film stenopeico (l'uomo senza macchina da presa) (1989)

Ariel Rot En Vivo Mucho Mejor (2001)

Chunga Chui Leopard Beware (2001)

Murderous City (1953)

Murderous City (Turkish: Öldüren Şehir) is a 1953 Turkish drama film directed by Lütfi Akad and starring Ayhan Işık, Belgin Doruk and Sevki Artun.

Den Franske Kunstflyver Chevillard Paa Flyvepladsen (1913)

El Cardenal (1972)

Timetravel_0 (2009)

The Noise (2013)

Kukurantumi (1984)

Shibukawa Bangorô (1922)

Attack of the Brainsucker (2012)

Parallel I-IV (2014)

Appunti su un fatto di cronaca (1953)

Appunti su un fatto di cronaca is a 1951 Italian documentary film directed by Luchino Visconti.

Ankles Preferred (1927)

Ankles Preferred is a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by John G. Blystone and written by James Shelley Hamilton. The film stars Madge Bellamy, Lawrence Gray, Barry Norton, Allan Forrest, Marjorie Beebe and Joyce Compton. The film was released on February 27, 1927, by Fox Film Corporation.

Porky's Five & Ten (1938)

Porky's Five & Ten is a Looney Tunes cartoon short produced by Leon Schlesinger and released in 1938. Porky sets sail for the Boola-Boola islands in the South Seas with a sailboat full of cargo and plans to open a five and dime store, until a swordfish cuts a hole in the hull.

The Sneezing Weasel (1938)

Rosette vend des roses (1985)

Konspiration 58 (2002)

Frammenti elettrici n. 6 - Diario 1989. Dancing in the dark (2009)

The Sensuous Housewife (1973)

The Wall (1960)

Ta mig (2010)

The Sex Adventures of the Three Musketeers (1971)

Triptih o materiji i smrti (1960)

Dime que yo (2008)

Namaste Nepal (2009)