Tram Ride Into Halifax (1902)
Audley Range School, Blackburn (1904)
N.A.S.A.: A Volta (2009)
The Hunter and the Swan Discuss Their Meeting (2011)
Le Plus Beau Pays du Monde (2013)
Dos tristes tigres (2013)
Abou Ben Boogie (1944)
Scandalous Photos (1979)
Five Minutes to Live (2013)
Sleepy-Time Squirrel (1954)
Sleepy-Time Squirrel is a 1954 MGM cartoon featuring Barney Bear.
When Naples Sings (1926)
When Naples Sings (Italian:Napoli che canta) is a 1926 Italian film directed by Roberto Roberti.
The Tail of the Monkey (1926)
Oh, My Cops! (1983)
Flint Geisha (1970)
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.
The Deader the Better (2005)
A Sentimental Attempt (1963)
A Sentimental Attempt (Italian: Un tentativo sentimentale) is a 1963 Italian comedy film. It stars actor Gabriele Ferzetti.
Eating Out (1994)
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.
Adnan Sempit 3 (2013)
Anata no Shiranai Kowai Hanashi Gekijoban (2012)
The Dream of an Old Oak (2004)
Temptation of Eve: Angel (2007)
Chlorine: A Pool Skating Documentary (2003)
How The Hedgehog And The Bear Celebrated The New Year (1975)
B.B. King: Live By Request (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 .
Il mistero di Bellavista (1985)
Il mistero di Bellavista (also known as Bellavista's Mystery and The Mystery of Bellavista) is a 1985 Italian comedy film written, directed and starring Luciano De Crescenzo.
Leave Me (2009)
Fox Ghost (2002)
Un amore perfetto (2002)
Un amore perfetto is a 2002 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Valerio Andrei. It stars Cesare Cremonini, who at the time of the film's release was the lead singer of the popular Italian music group Lùnapop; Martina Stella, then an emerging star following her debut performance in the 2001 film L'ultimo bacio; and Denis Fasolo.
The Kindergarten (2009)
Grog is a 1982 Italian film. For this film the director Francesco Laudadio was awarded with a David di Donatello for Best New Director.
Tinpis Run (1991)
The Voyagers (2010)
Gudachari No.1 (1983)
My Only, Foolish Love (1992)
Komikero Chronicles (2014)
My Classmate (2011)
The Screentest Girls (1969)
Ghost-Cat of Karakuri Tenjo (1958)
The Block Signal (1926)
The Block Signal is 1926 silent railroad drama directed by Frank O'Connor and starring Ralph Lewis and Jean Arthur. It was produced by the Lumas Company and distributed by Gotham Pictures.
Sarı Zeybek (1953)
Disney Princess Stories Volume Two: Tales of Friendship (2005)
The fun starts when three delightful tales about the importance of cherishing true friends come alive. Join Jasmine and Ariel as they find excitement and adventure above the clouds and under the sea. Watch Snow White try her best to fix a yummy dinner for her beloved Dwarfs -- with hilarious help from Dopey!
No al no: Visca el piano! (2006)
Radioactive Wolves: Chernobyl's Nuclear Wilderness (2011)
Yo no creo en los hombres (1954)
The Day I Died (2006)
The Forbidden Castle (1959)
Shaun das Schaf - Gemüsefußball (2007)
Eyewitness DVD: Weather (2007)
Sanctuary is a 1994 play by Australian playwright David Williamson.
The Sea Wolf (1920)
The Sea Wolf is a lost 1926 American silent film directed by and starring Ralph Ince. It is based on the 1904 novel The Sea-Wolf by Jack London.
Previously filmed in 1920 at Paramount as The Sea Wolf.
Łódź Symphony (1993)
Fluorescent blood (2000)
My Life for Ireland (2016)
My Life for Ireland (German: Mein Leben für Irland) is a Nazi propaganda movie from 1941 directed by Max W. Kimmich, covering a story of Irish heroism and martyrdom over two generations under the occupation of the British. The movie was produced for Nazi-occupied Europe with the intent of challenging pro-British allegiances; yet in some cases it had the unintended effect to make audiences identify the Irish struggle with their own resistance against the Nazis.
The two thousand year old computer (2012)
The Mystery on the Bosphorus (1922)
La violence et la dérision (2004)
Unser täglich Brot (1949)
Unser täglich Brot is an East German film. It was released in 1949.
When My Knife Strikes You (1968)
El milagro del Papa (2009)
Fast Trip, Long Drop (1994)
Mr. Charlie, Your Rollin’ Mill Is Burnin’ Down (1969)
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947)
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon is a 1947 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Peggy Stewart, Arthur Space and Emmett Lynn. The film was released on July 1, 1947, by Republic Pictures.
Les Filles d'Eve et du Serpent (2014)
Ah Beng: Mission Impossible (2014)
Air America: Operation Jaguar (2003)
Negativland: No Other Possibility (1989)
Um diálogo de ballet (2012)
Double Fixation (1987)
Jesse James Rides Again (1947)
Jesse James Rides Again (1947) is a Republic film serial.
A Walk Through Prospero's Library (1992)
Cuban Lover (1969)
Robert Having His Nipple Pierced (1971)
Enter Hamlet (1965)
Lint: The Movie (2011)
White Lite (1968)
Super Mario Movie (2005)
Une Danse Des Bouffons (2013)
Die Unbesiegbaren (1953)
Die Unbesiegbaren is an East German film. It was released in 1953.
City of Contrasts (1931)
Bonanza Bunny (1959)
Bonanza Bunny is a 1959 Bugs Bunny cartoon featuring French Canadian claim jumper Blacque Jacque Shellacque.
Sweatin' to the Oldies (1988)
Let's Have a Party (1963)
Gentleman Jim Reeves: The Story of a Legend (2003)
The Lady Constables (1978)