Meet Marlon Brando (1966)

Pesti háztetök (1962)

Aderyn Papur... and Pigs Might Fly (1984)

Penis Boy (2015)

National Geographic: Wild Adventure - Vol. 4 (2013)

Kiddie Revue (1930)

Katia (1938)

Katia is a 1938 French drama film starring Danielle Darrieux. The movie was directed by Maurice Tourneur, based on novel Princesse Mathe Bibesco by Marthe Bibesco under the pseudonym Lucile Decaux. It tells the love affair of Russian princess and Czar Alexander II. It was remade in 1959 with the same title, which starred Romy Schneider.

Kureyon Shinchan: Arashi o yobu ougon no supai daisakusen (2011)

Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: Operation Golden Spy (クレヨンしんちゃん 嵐を呼ぶ黄金のスパイ大作戦, Kureyon Shinchan Arashi o Yobu Ōgon no Supai Daisakusen), also known as Shin Chan, The Spy, is a 2011 anime film. It is the 19th film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. The film was produced by Shin-Ei Animation, the studio behind the TV anime. The film was released to theatres on April 16, 2011, in Japan. This film was released in India on Hungama TV as Shin Chan Movie The Spy on 8 June 2013.

Single Valentine (2013)

Single Valentine is a 2013 Lithuanian comedy film directed by Donatas Ulvydas.

Parrotville Post-Office (1935)

Lightheaded (2009)

'Halloween' Unmasked 2000 (1999)

Naked Surrender (2006)

Up the Valley and Beyond (2012)

The Rebel (1943)

Můj vysvlečenej deník (2012)

Spock's Beard Live At Sea (2014)

Russian Girls: Flirten auf Russisch (2012)

Dispossessed (2013)

Chronicle of a Homicide (1972)

Chronicle of a Homicide (Italian: Imputazione di omicidio per uno studente, also known as Italian Streetfighters) is a 1972 Italian crime-drama film directed by Mauro Bolognini.

Kara Murat: Denizler Hakimi (1977)

Die Benzinbrüder-Show (1998)

Live by Request: BB King (2003)

One Night with Blue Note (2004)

One Night with Blue Note is a 1985 feature length jazz film directed by John Charles Jopson. To celebrate record executive Bruce Lundvall having relaunched the defunct Blue Note Records label in 1985 under the parent label EMI Manhattan Records, he and music director Michael Cuscuna staged a concert on February 22, 1985 at The Town Hall in New York City, bringing together some of the jazz legends associated with Blue Note over the years as well as some newly signed artists. The concert, featuring more than 30 of the world’s most revered jazz musicians in the form of all-star ensembles, is considered by many to be one of the most important nights in jazz history. The 3 hour-plus event was shot on 16mm film with multiple cameras. Director Jopson prepared by studying the music from various live recordings, and then, consulting with producer Tammara Wells plus director of photography Martin Pitts and camera operators Ernest Dickerson, Paul Goldsmith and Don Lenser, determined the camera positions. During rehearsals Pitts and long-time associate Lou Tobin designed the lighting for show. The lighting team was joined by the crew from Chorus Line which had just closed on Broadway. The film is known for its intimate close-ups of the musicians, showing their subtle signals to each other and acknowledgment of well-played riffs. The recording was engineered by Mike Moran and David Hewitt with Remote Recording Service's Silver Truck. A four-LP box set One Night with Blue Note Preserved featuring the entire concert was released simultaneously with the film and as separate volumes .

Coca-Cola: The Real Story Behind the Real Thing (2009)

Post Mortem - Der Nuttenmörder (1997)

Une rose entre nous (1994)

Leave Me (2009)

Liao zhai zhi yi: Nie yu gu gui (2002)

Vomit-Action (1969)

Fly Jefferson Airplane (2004)

Rowing Across the Atlantic (1979)

Rowing Across the Atlantic (French: La Traversée de l'Atlantique à la rame) is a 1978 French animated short film directed by Jean-François Laguionie. It tells the story of a couple who leave New York City in a rowing boat and spend their lives together in the Atlantic Ocean. The film was scripted by Laguionie and Jean-Paul Gaspari and features the voices of Charlotte Maury and Jean-Pierre Sentier. It premiered at the 1978 Cannes Film Festival and was released in French cinemas on 25 October 1978.

Jungle Jail (2008)

Red Sword (2012)

Fass mich an (2003)

Königswalzer (1935)

Königswalzer is a 1935 German musical film directed by Herbert Maisch and starring Paul Hörbiger, Curd Jürgens and Carola Höhn. A separate French-language version Royal Waltz was also released. It was remade in 1955 under the same title.

Campo abierto (2012)

The Voyagers (2010)

Syukur 21 (2000)

The Farmer and the Chef (2014)

The Red Bank. James Joyce: His Greek Notebooks (2013)

Stimulantia (1967)

Stimulantia is a 1967 Swedish anthology film directed by Hans Abramson, Hans Alfredson, Arne Arnbom, Tage Danielsson, Lars Görling, Ingmar Bergman, Jörn Donner, Gustaf Molander and Vilgot Sjöman.

Eric Cantona: Looking For Manchester (2010)

Currently Untitled (2010)

Alien Beasts (1991)

Ism Ism (1979)

My Classmate (2011)

Osman wa Ali (1938)

A Song a Day (1936)

A Song a Day (originally as Grampy in "A Song a Day") is a 1936 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop and featuring Grampy.

The Red Valentine (2013)

Reflexions (2012)

The Hot Air Salesman (1937)

The Hot Air Salesman is a 1937 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop and featuring Wiffle Piffle.

Life Begins for Andy Panda (1939)

Life Begins for Andy Panda is a 1939 American short subject cartoon created by Walter Lantz, as the very first Andy Panda film.

Photos scandale (1979)

Five Minutes to Live (2013)

The Tail of the Monkey (1926)

Porky's Garden (1937)

Porky's Garden is a Looney Tunes animated cartoon, starring Porky Pig, released to theaters on September 11, 1937. This short was directed by Tex Avery, and the music was composed by Carl Stalling, the last Porky cartoon he directed until 1941's Porky's Preview.

Främmande hamn (1948)

Foreign Harbour (Swedish: Främmande hamn) is a 1948 Swedish drama film directed by Hampe Faustman. It was entered into the 1949 Cannes Film Festival.

The Four Musketeers (1963)

The Four Musketeers (Italian: I quattro moschettieri, French: Le quatrième mousquetaire) is a 1963 Italian-French adventure-comedy film co-written and directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia and starring Aldo Fabrizi, Erminio Macario and Nino Taranto. It is a loose parody of Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers.

Eating Out (1994)

Sh-h-h-h-h-h (1955)

Sh-h-h-h-h-h is a 1955 cartoon directed by Tex Avery and produced by Walter Lantz. It was the fourth (and last) cartoon directed by Tex Avery at the Walter Lantz Studio. This cartoon features the 1922 Okeh Laughing Record for much of its soundtrack. This was the last theatrical cartoon Avery made.

Shufu no taiken repôto: Onna no yojôhan (1975)

Passing Days (1969)

My brother from Senegal (1953)

Mon frangin du Sénégal English: My brother from Senegal, is a French comedy film from 1954, directed by Guy Lacourt, written by Norbert Carbonnaux, starring Raymond Bussières and Louis de Funès.

Ada: Zombilerin Dügünü (2010)

Island: Wedding of the Zombies (Turkish: Ada: Zombilerin Düğünü) is a 2010 Turkish horror-comedy film, directed by Talip Ertürk and Murat Emir Eren. The film was released nationwide on January 4, 2010.

Chlorine: A Pool Skating Documentary (2003)

Lindsey Stirling: The Videomegamix (2014)

Aku Masih Dara (2010)

Bitter Sweet (2006)

Police Raid (1947)

Razzia (Raid) is an East German crime film. It was released in 1947. The film takes place in Berlin, in the direct aftermath of Germany's defeat in the Second World War. The black market is rife in the ruined city. Chief Inspector Friedrich Naumann (Paul Bildt) organizes a raid on the "Ali Baba Club", a suspected center of a black market gang, but the raid fails due to the gang having an informer in the police ranks. Later, Naumann investigates alone, discovers a secret tunnel in the club, and gets murdered. The plot then thickens around the complicated relationships between Goll (Harry Frank) - club owner and gang boss; the singer Yvonne (Nina Kosta), Goll's employee and accomplice; Heinz Becker, Naumann's colleague who had been blackmailed into acting as an informant; and Paul Naumann (Friedhelm von Petersson), the inspector's son, a recently returned Prisoner of War who works as a driver in Goll's drug pushing ring until realizing that it was Goll who murdered his father. In the cataclysmic conclusion, the police manages to carry out another raid, a successful one this time, round up members of the gang and undo Goll's dark machinations. At the time, Berlin - where the film is set and where it was also filmed - was under complete four-power occupation, and the rival German Democratic Republic and German Federal Republic had not yet been set up. Still, the situation of occupation is in this film pushed to the background, with all characters, positive and negative, being Germans and the conflict in the film being between German police and German criminals. The picture sold more than 8,090,000 tickets.

Mother Dao, the Turtlelike (1995)

Cham (1979)

'E' (1981)

Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors (1999)

Refuge of the Roads (2004)

Glissade sur la neige (1901)

Playtime (2009)

I Was a Teenage Feminist (2005)

I Was A Teenage Feminist is an American/Canadian documentary film directed by Therese Shechter, produced by UpFront Productions and distributed by Women Make Movies. The title is a play on that of the 1957 horror movie, I Was a Teenage Werewolf. The film explores the marked discomfort among many young, progressive women to identify themselves as feminists and how that discomfort came to be. Through personal narrative as well as interviews with feminist icons and everyday women and men, Shechter’s film documents a complex, multi-generational look at feminist identity in today’s world. The film had its television premiere on March 8, 2005 (International Women's Day) Canada's W Network, and it won Best Film at the National Council of Jewish Women Film Festival and Special Mention at the Karachi International Film Festival in 2006.

Bug Wars (2000)

Paatti (2013)

El milagro del Papa (2009)

Fast Trip, Long Drop (1994)

Thaai Magalukku Kattiya Thaali (1959)

Ah Beng: Mission Impossible (2014)

A Walk Through Prospero's Library (1992)

Endless, Nameless (2014)

Las Niñas (2009)

The Legend of the Three Trees (2001)

Burung Besi (1999)

Cleveland's Screaming! (2007)

Battle of the Strands Live (2014)

Wind (2005)

Une Danse Des Bouffons (2013)

Mat Tiga Suku (1964)

Culture Shock (1969)

Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea (1977)

Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea (Czech: Zítra vstanu a opařím se čajem) is a 1977 Czechoslovak comical science fiction film directed by Jindřich Polák. It is a screen adaptation of Josef Nesvadba's short story with the same title.

Jeppe på Bjerget (1981)

Jeppe på bjerget is a 1981 Danish film directed by Kaspar Rostrup and based on a play by Ludvig Holberg. It won three Bodil Awards : Best Film, Best Actor (for Buster Larsen) and Best Supporting Actor (for Kurt Ravn). It was also entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival. It directly translates to Jeppe on the mountain.

The Crab Revolution (2004)

GWAR: Dawn of the Day of the Night of the Penguins (1997)

Mentiders (2012)