Diario de un Mirrey (2017)

Midnight Fly (2001)

Sunshine Ahead (2010)

Historias de las Montañas de la Bruma (2008)

Perils of the Coast Guard (1926)

School for Scandal (1930)

The School for Scandal is a 1930 British comedy film directed by Thorold Dickinson and Maurice Elvey and starring Basil Gill, Madeleine Carroll and Ian Fleming. It is the first sound film adaptation of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play The School for Scandal. It is also the only feature-length film shot using the unsuccessful Raycol colour process, and marked the screen debut of Sally Gray. The British Film Institute has placed it on the BFI 75 Most Wanted list of lost films.

Das Fräulein von Barnhelm (1940)

The Girl from Barnhelm (German:Das Fräulein von Barnhelm) is a 1940 German historical comedy film directed by Hans Schweikart and starring Käthe Gold, Ewald Balser and Fita Benkhoff. It is an adaptation of the 1767 play Minna von Barnhelm by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing.

The Man from Death Valley (1931)

Spell of the Circus (1931)

The Spell of the Circus (1931) is a Universal 10-chapter movie serial. Francis X. Bushman Jr. played the trick horseback rider/ hero Jack Grant. This is considered to be a lost film.

Keep on Burning: The Story of Northern Soul (2012)

Light Up the Blues (2014)

George Burns - His Wit and Wisdom (1989)

SEXDOTCOM (2017)

Himmel, Amor und Zwirn (1960)

Himmel, Amor und Zwirn is a 1960 West German comedy film directed by Ulrich Erfurth and starring Hartmut Reck, Ann Smyrner, Grit Boettcher, Hannelore Schroth and Elke Sommer.

The Deserter (2006)

Träum' nicht, Annette (1949)

Don't Dream, Annette (German: Träum' nicht, Annette) is a 1949 German comedy film directed by Eberhard Klagemann and Helmut Weiss and starring Jenny Jugo, Max Eckard and Karl Schönböck. It was made by DEFA in the Soviet Zone of Germany which was soon afterwards to become East Germany. The film's art direction was by Wilhelm Depenau, Otto Erdmann and Kurt Herlth.

Marika (1950)

Child of the Danube (German:Kind der Donau) is a 1950 Austrian musical film directed by Georg Jacoby and starring Marika Rökk, Fred Liewehr and Harry Fuß. It was one of a cycle of popular musicals made by Jacoby and Rökk. The film was shot using Agfacolor at the Soviet-controlled Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna.

Bollywood Made in Spain (2016)

La rebelión de los colgados (1954)

A mahogany camp in Mexico: A man (Pedro Armendariz) brings his children and sister to work in the camp. He encounters a world of beatings and brutal punishment. His only recourse, finally, is to lead his co-workers into a bloody and violent rebellion.

Behind the Scenes with Interviews of Ninja's Creed (2010)

Chuck Brown: We Got This (2010)

Dracula Bites the Big Apple (1979)

Mommy: A Horror Short Film (2018)

Third from the Right (1950)

Third from the Right (German: Die Dritte von rechts) is a 1950 West German musical crime film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Vera Molnar, Robert Lindner and Peter van Eyck. It was made by the Hamburg-based studio Real Film. The film's sets were designed by the art director Herbert Kirchhoff.

Nejsledovanejsi (2017)

Urubu (1948)

Urubu is a 1948 American adventure film directed by George P. Breakston and Yorke Coplen and written by Patrick Whyte. The film stars George P. Breakston and Yorke Coplen. The film was released on September 24, 1948, by United Artists.

Der Greifer (1930)

The Copper or The Grasper (German:Der Greifer) is a 1930 British-German crime film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Hans Albers, Charlotte Susa and Margot Landa. It is the German-language version of the British film Night Birds, which was also directed by Eichberg but with an English-speaking cast. Both films were made by British International Pictures at their Elstree Studios at a time when such multiple-language versions were common. It was a success in Germany, launching Albers as a major star. In 1958 the film was remade with Albers reprising his role.

James Herriot's Yorkshire (2007)

The British Touch: Bond Arrives in London (2006)

What It Takes: A Film About Makeup Artists (2017)

Table Top Ranch (1922)

The Foundling (1916)

The Foundling is a 1916 silent film directed by John B. O'Brien. The film is a remake of the lost film The Foundling and serves as its replacement, as the 1915 Allan Dwan directed version was destroyed in the nitrate fire at Famous Players September 11, 1915.

The Assassin (1993)

La conquête (1973)

Faraway Roots (2002)

The Bermondsey Kid (1933)

The Bermondsey Kid is a 1933 British drama film directed by Ralph Dawson and starring Esmond Knight, Pat Peterson, Ellis Irving and Ernest Sefton. A newsboy enters a boxing championship where he is matched with a sick friend.

Não Me Fale Sobre Recomeços (2016)

Skinwalkers (2014)

The Pursuers (1961)

A Southern Maid (1934)

A Southern Maid is a 1933 British musical film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Bebe Daniels, Clifford Mollison and Hal Gordon. It is based on the operetta A Southern Maid by Harold Fraser-Simson. A young Spanish woman marries a lowly Englishman, rather than the aristocrat her father had intended, much to his displeasure. It was part of the cycle of operetta films popular in Britain in the mid-1930s.

Der Dorfmonarch (1950)

Girls Behind Bars (1949)

Girls Behind Bars (German: Mädchen hinter Gittern) is a 1949 West German drama film directed by Alfred Braun and starring Petra Peters, Richard Häussler and Edelweiß Malchin. It was made at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Willi Herrmann.

Memorias del ángel caído (1997)

Ich mach dich glücklich (1949)

BMT: Beijing, Mumbai, Tampines (2017)

Sounds from a Town I Love (2001)

Shoe Palace Pinkus (1916)

Shoe Palace Pinkus (German: Schuhpalast Pinkus) is a 1916 German silent comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Lubitsch, Else Kentner and Guido Herzfeld. In English it is sometimes known by the alternative titles Shoe Salon Pinkus and The Shoe Palace. It was part of the Sally series of films featuring Lubitsch as a sharp young Berliner of Jewish heritage. After leaving school, a self-confident young man goes to work in a shoe shop. Soon after, he becomes a shoe tycoon.It premièred on 9 June 1916 at the Union-Theater Nollendorfplatz, and at the U.-T. Kurfürstendamm (Filmbühne Wien), Berlin.

These Hammers Don't Hurt Us (2011)

Death Bed (2009)

Schmirinski's - Die Unvollendete (1995)

Louis Theroux: Louis and the Brothel (2003)

Zaiton: Ceritaku (2012)

Stellar (1993)

How They Get There (1997)

How They Get There is a short film directed by Spike Jonze, which illustrates how lonely shoes wind up in the gutter. It is featured on The Work of Director Spike Jonze DVD and can currently be viewed on YouTube.

John Kay & Steppenwolf (2004)

Inside The Firestorm (2010)

Una gita scolastica (1983)

Una gita scolastica (internationally released as A School Outing) is a 1983 Italian comedy-drama film written and directed by Pupi Avati. It entered the 40° Venice Film Festival. The film won the Nastro d'Argento Awards for Best Director, Best Score, Best Actor, Best New Actress and Best Original Script.

Juan Moreira (1973)

Juan Moreira is a 1973 Argentine dramatic historical film directed by Leonardo Favio and starring Rodolfo Bebán. It is based on the homonymous novel by Eduardo Gutiérrez, which narrates the life of the famous Argentine outlaw, gaucho and folk hero Juan Moreira.

1999 Culligan Holiday Bowl (1999)

Dog Star Man: Part III (1964)

Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse (1986)

Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse is a 1986 short film biography of the Nashville-born artist Red Grooms. It was written by Tom Neff, co-directed by Neff and Louise LeQuire, and produced by Neff and Madeline Bell. The film was funded by the Tennessee State Museum and was nominated for an Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject.

Ano ang kulay ng mga nakalimutang pangarap? (2013)

Porno report: Sex shikakenin (1975)

The Blue Sky Maiden (1957)

Três Dias Sem Deus (1945)

Três Dias Sem Deus is a 1945 Portuguese drama film directed by Bárbara Virgínia. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.

I Get Off at the Next Stop, What About You? (1992)

Mysteries of the Driftless (2013)

Me Musical Nephews (1942)

Me Musical Nephews is a 1942 one-reel animated cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel and animated by Tom Johnson and George Germanetti. Jack Mercer and Jack Ward wrote the script. The cartoon features Popeye and his nephews Pipeye, Poopeye, Pupeye, and Peepeye. It is the 113th episode of the Popeye series, which was released on December 25, 1942. All of the cartoon characters' voices were performed by Jack Mercer, who also co-wrote the cartoon with writer Jack Ward. Me Musical Nephews was remade in color as Riot in Rhythm in 1950. There were a few differences made for these cartoons; for example, an uncredited Sammy Timberg composed the music for Me Musical Nephews, while the music for Riot in Rhythm was by Winston Sharples. Also in Riot in Rhythm, there is no mention of Swee'Pea. The animated cartoon is in the public domain in the United States, as the copyright was not renewed. The film was remade in 1950 under the title "Riot in Rhythm".

Pudgy Picks a Fight (1937)

Pudgy Picks a Fight is a 1937 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop and Pudgy the Puppy.

Avec Jeff, à moto (2012)

Till Luck Do Us Part 2 (2013)

Até que a Sorte nos Separe 2 (English: Till Luck Do Us Part 2) is a 2013 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Roberto Santucci and written by Paulo Cursino and Chico Soares. It is a sequel of the 2012 film Até que a Sorte nos Separe. Leandro Hassum who had played the protagonist in the previous film, back to reprise his role, while Danielle Winits who had played Jane in the previous film, was replaced by Camila Morgado. The film features a special participation of American actor Jerry Lewis.

Pitch Black: Slam City (2000)

Dark Nova (1999)

Lines: Horizontal (1962)

Un giorno in Barbagia (1958)

Love Is Not a Game (1971)

Want So Much To Believe (Swedish: Vill så gärna tro) is a 1971 romance film. It is directed by Gunnar Höglund and stars Johnny Nash and Christina Schollin.

O Gigante da América (1980)

The Graduates (1995)

The Graduates (Italian: I laureati) is a 1995 Italian comedy film directed by Leonardo Pieraccioni.

Bedre enn sitt rykte (1955)

Bedre enn sitt rykte (English: Better than their reputation) is a 1955 Norwegian drama film directed by Edith Carlmar, starring Vigdis Røising, Kari Nordseth, Magne Bleness and Atle Merton. The story is based on a novel by Eva Seeberg. Dag (Bleness) is finishing school, and needs a top grade to get into medical school. He takes private lessons with the French teacher (Nordseth), and a romantic relation develops between the two. Karin (Røising) is in love with Dag, and waits for the relationship to end, while Roald (Merton) is in love with Karin.

Biale malzenstwo (1993)

Formula radugi (2009)

Muzi v riji (2009)

Men in Rut (Czech: Muži v říji) is a Czech drama film directed by Robert Sedlácek. It was released in 2009.

Félix: Autoficciones de un traficante (2011)

De Artificiali Perspectiva (1993)

The Pythons (1979)

The Pythons is a BBC documentary film about the Monty Python team which was shot in Tunisia in 1978, during the making of Monty Python's Life of Brian. As well as promoting their upcoming film, the documentary also serves as a tenth anniversary profile of the team, despite the original broadcast date of 20 June 1979 being some months ahead of both the tenth anniversary of their TV debut (in October) and the UK release of their new film (in November).The film begins with a recap of the Pythons' solo activities since the release of Monty Python and the Holy Grail in 1975. These include Eric Idle's Rutland Weekend Television, John Cleese's Fawlty Towers, Michael Palin and Terry Jones' Ripping Yarns, Terry Gilliam's Jabberwocky and Graham Chapman's The Odd Job. The origins of Monty Python's Flying Circus are briefly covered and the film also features separately filmed comments, notably from Graham Chapman and John Cleese, about their fellow team members. The atmosphere is relaxed throughout and, unsurprisingly, frequently humorous. At one point the team are joined by Spike Milligan, who happened to be holidaying in Tunisia and ended up performing a cameo role in the film. The Pythons was released as an extra on the 1999 Criterion Collection DVD of Monty Python's Life of Brian in the US. It was later released in the UK on the 2003 Region 2 DVD of the film. The 2007 DVD/Blu-ray "Immaculate Edition" release of the film did not include the documentary.

Un federal con muchos huevos (2003)

Night (2013)

Uncle Tom's Bungalow (1937)

Uncle Tom's Bungalow is an American Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by Tex Avery, and released to theatres on June 5, 1937 by Warner Bros. The short cartoon is a parody of the 1852 novel Uncle Tom's Cabin and of the “plantation melodrama” genre of the 1930s. It contains many stereotypical portrayals of black characters. The cartoon plays off Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel in that it portrays Uncle Tom as an old man, and wooden shacks and cotton fields pervade the scenery. Director Tex Avery adds his own sense of humor and “trickster” animation, giving the classic theme a modern, humorous twist. In 1968 the cartoon became a part of the Censored Eleven, a group of cartoons banned from syndication by the television arm of United Artists due to the controversy surrounding their racially stereotypical content. Brief segments did, however, appear in Turner Entertainment's 1989 home video release, Cartoons For Big Kids, hosted by Leonard Maltin.

Shaw Talks for Movietone News (1928)

Cinta Beruang (2012)

So Quiet on the Canine Front (1931)

So Quiet on the Canine Front is a 1930 American comedy short film, from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, that parodies Universal Pictures' celebrated anti-war drama All Quiet on the Western Front, the winner, on November 5, 1930, at the 3rd Academy Awards, of the Award for Best Picture (referenced at the time as the Award for Outstanding Production). The cast consists of performing dogs whose chewing or barking jaw movements are overdubbed with human voices. The third of nine black-and-white two-reel Dogville Comedies directed for MGM between 1929 and 1931 by Zion Myers and Jules White, both of whom also wrote, produced and provided voices, the film has been intermittently broadcast on Turner Classic Movies and is available on DVD as part of the Dogville Shorts Collection.

Stars and Suns (2008)

Much Ado About Nutting (1953)

Girlfriends (2006)

Girlfriends (French title: Mes copines) is a 2006 French-Belgian comedy film directed by Sylvie Ayme and starring Stéphanie Sokolinski, Djena Tsimba, Léa Seydoux and Anne-Sophie Franck.

È arrivato mio fratello (1985)

È arrivato mio fratello ("Here's My Brother") is a 1985 Italian comedy film directed by Franco Castellano and Giuseppe Moccia.

Atambua 39° Celsius (2012)

The Division of Gravity (2011)

Craneway Event (2009)

Ö (2012)

Domestic Difficulties (1916)

Domestic Difficulties is a silent short film featuring Mutt and Jeff. The film is one of the earliest animated adaptations of Bud Fisher's comic strip which achieved some success a few years previously.