Stimme des Herzens (1942)
Cristina is a 1946 Argentine comedy-drama film directed by Francisco Múgica and starring Zully Moreno, Esteban Serrador and Alberto Closas.
Stefanie's Gift (1996)
The Funeral of Metropolitan Emilianos of Silyvria (1911)
Amalia is a 1914 Argentine silent film directed by Enrique García Velloso and written by Eugenio Py. It was based on the novel by José Mármol. The film starred Dora Huergo and Lola Marcó del Pont. It is the first full-length film ever produced in Argentine cinema history.
Carne e Osso (2011)
The Story of David Leonard Sutton (2009)
The Beauties (1930)
German + Rain (2007)
The Wrong Door (1993)
The Aurora Monsters: The Model Craze That Gripped the World (2010)
Time Troopers (1985)
New Jack: Hardcore (2007)
Die verpfuschte Hochzeitsnacht (1957)
The Dream of Love (2005)
The Rink (1962)
The Minions (2014)
Un conseil d'ami (1916)
Chafariz das Virtudes (2014)
Tropical Nights (1920)
El Compadre Mas Padre (1976)
The Wonderful Chance (1920)
The Wonderful Chance (also The Thug and His Wonderful Chance) is a 1920 American silent crime drama film produced by Lewis Selznick and released by Select Pictures. This picture stars Eugene O'Brien in a dual role and was directed by George Archainbaud. While this film survives today in several archives, it is best known for featuring Rudolph Valentino in a villain role rather
than the hero. In the 1960s scenes from the film were used in the documentary The Legend of Rudolph Valentino (1961) narrated by Graeme Ferguson.
The Trip (1973)
Calling Mr. Smith (1937)
The Diary of Immaculée (2006)
Dancing with the Incas (1992)
Love's Labour's Lost: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (2010)
Frank Shamrock: Bound by Blood (2013)
Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us? (1999)
St. John's Fire (1939)
Midsummer Night's Fire or St. John's Fire (German:Johannisfeuer) is a 1939 German drama film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Anna Dammann, Ernst von Klipstein and Gertrud Meyen. The film is based on the play Fires of St. John by Hermann Sudermann. The title refers to St John's Eve.
The film's art direction was by Karl Böhm and Erich Czerwonski. It was remade in 1954 as Love is Forever.
Teacher's Beau (1935)
Teacher's Beau is a 1935 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 136th Our Gang short (48th talking episode) that was released.
The Dog Show-Off (1948)
Hochzeit am Neusiedler See (1963)
Self Portrait as a PowerPoint Proposal for an Amusement Park Ride (2010)
Gorio & Tekla (1989)
Lawrence of Arabia: The Battle for the Arab World (2003)
The Blue Exile (1993)
The Blue Exile (Turkish: Mavi sürgün) is a 1993 Turkish drama film directed by Erden Kıral. The film was selected as the Turkish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 66th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Great Devotion (1960)
Westinghouse Works (1904)
City Cops (1989)
Pink Thief (1982)
Symposium: Ladder of Love (1996)
Diary of a Maniac (1993)
Diary of a Maniac (Italian: Diario di un vizio) is a 1993 Italian drama film directed by Marco Ferreri. It was entered into the 43rd Berlin International Film Festival.
Rânia is a 2012 Brazilian drama film directed by Roberta Marques. The film premiered in the official competition of the 2012 International Film Festival Rotterdam, and was the winner of the Première Brazil - "New Paths" in the 2011 Festival do Rio.
A Gander at Mother Goose (1940)
A Gander at Mother Goose is a 1940 animated short film in the Merrie Melodies series. It was directed by Tex Avery and written by Dave Monahan. It was released to theatres May 25, 1940 by Warner Bros..
Walking the Tracks: The Summer of 'Stand by Me' (2000)
Carrots & Peas (1969)
The Dead Of Night (2004)
20,000 Employees Entering Lord Armstrong's Elswick Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1900)
The Mating Urge (1958)
Die Weber (1927)
The Weavers (German: Die Weber) is a 1927 German silent historical drama film directed by Frederic Zelnik and starring Paul Wegener, Valeska Stock and Hermann Picha. The film is based on the 1892 play of the same title by Gerhart Hauptmann based on a historical event. The film's art direction was by Andrej Andrejew.
Shinjuku Messy District: I'll Be There (1977)
The Fjällbacka Murders: In the Eye of the Beholder (2012)
Sky Bride (1932)
Sky Bride (also known as Sky Brides) is a 78-minute 1932 drama film, produced by Paramount Pictures and directed by Stephen Roberts. The film stars Richard Arlen, Jack Oakie and Virginia Bruce. Sky Bride depicts the life of barnstorming pilots flying in the years following World War I. All over North America, skilled pilots, many of them veterans of the aerial combat of World War I, plied their trade on the barnstorming circuit of the 1920s in small towns where impromptu air shows were staged.
The Deadman (1989)
The Lonely Spirit in an Old Building (1989)
Monkey and Crab (1972)
A Legacy of Filmmakers: The Early Years of American Zoetrope (2004)
The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World (1965)
Licensed to Kill is an Eastmancolor 1965 superspy imitation James Bond film starring Tom Adams as British secret agent Charles Vine. It was directed and co-written by Lindsay Shonteff. Producer Joseph E. Levine picked it up for American and worldwide distribution and reedited it under the title The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World.
The theme song for the American version, composed by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen and performed by Sammy Davis, Jr., is used in the 2011 film drama Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
Diana im Bade (1907)
Amanti in Fuga (1946)
The Lovers (Italian: Amanti in fuga) is a 1946 Italian drama film directed by Giacomo Gentilomo. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
Chunin Exam on Fire! and Naruto vs. Konohamaru! (2004)
Zero Zero (2001)
Delivery Sexy Love (2006)
Forever Not Alone (2013)
Jill Scott - Live in Paris (2008)
My Artistical Temperature (1937)
Blood Hands (1990)
Sight Sound (2011)
Feet and Hands (1915)
Hall of Mirrors (1966)
Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball (2013)
I Have 3 Eggs (1990)
The Introduction of Mrs. Gibbs (1930)
A girl about to be married into high society experiences the trauma of introducing her mother, who runs a low class boarding house for bit actors, to her mother-in-law.
The Ravaged House: Zoroku's Disease (2004)
No Reason To Exist (2009)
Ecce Homo (1967)
The Mid-Nightmare (1962)
In Our Backyard (2009)
Outlaw Country: Live from Austin, TX (2006)
7 Hours Later (2013)
National Theatre Live: Medea (2014)
Nobody Here But Us Chickens (1989)
Fünftausend Mark Belohnung (1942)
Almaz Black Box (2007)