The Language of Shadows - Murnau: The Early Years and Nosferatu (2007)

What Makes Daffy Duck (1948)

What Makes Daffy Duck is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by the short-time director Arthur Davis, and starring Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and a fox, whom Daffy addresses as "Fortescue." The film is notable as the fourth pairing of Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck, their first three pairings being To Duck or Not to Duck, The Stupid Cupid, and A Pest in the House. The title is a play on Budd Schulberg's 1941 novel What Makes Sammy Run? The 1950 Merrie Melodies closing is shown at the end.

Big Man from the North (1931)

Big Man from the North is an American animated short film. It is a Looney Tune cartoon, featuring Bosko, the first star of the series. It was released in January 1931, although some sources give an unspecified date in 1930. It was, like most Looney Tunes of the time, directed by Hugh Harman; Frank Marsales was the musical director.

El ciego de la aldea (1907)

Adventures of the Little Chinese (1928)

Love Flesh (2013)

The Antwerp Killer (1983)

La soledad del triunfo (2012)

Podozhdi, pozhaluy (2002)

Quarto 38 (2008)

Drawing Lesson #2 (1985)

The Musicians (2008)

.357 Magnum (1977)

Santa's Magic Kingdom (1966)

Roslyn Romance (1976)

Conducting Dario Argento's 'Opera' (2001)

Only Daughter (2013)

Outside These Walls (1939)

Outside These Walls is a 1939 film starring Michael Whalen, Dolores Costello, Virginia Weidler, Selmer Jackson, and Don Beddoe. The film was directed by Ray McCarey.

Of Gods and the Undead (1970)

Of Gods and the Undead (Portuguese: Os Deuses e os Mortos) is a 1970 Brazilian drama film directed by Ruy Guerra. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.

Kathy Griffin: Kennedie Center On-Hers (2013)

South of the Border with Disney (1942)

South of the Border with Disney is a 1942 Disney short documentary. It was shot in the same occasion Saludos Amigos was, when Walt Disney and a group of eighteen artists, musicians and writers went to South America looking for inspirations for a movie. While Saludos Amigos is the result of this voyage, alternating animated shorts to the sequences from the travel that inspired them, South of the Border with Disney is more of a behind-the-scenes documentary showing only the travel and the genesis of cartoons not only for Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros, but also some others used in later occasions. The most notable example is a female Armadillo used for a 1943 Pluto cartoon, Pluto and the Armadillo. Film also includes some pencil test animation. In 2000, South of the Border with Disney was released on the Gold Classic Collection DVD of Saludos Amigos as an extra, and it was released again as a bonus feature on the 2008 Saludos Amigos/The Three Caballeros "Classic Caballero Collection".

Invincible Swordswoman (1977)

Tracce di vita amorosa (1990)

Traces of an Amorous Life (Italian: Tracce di vita amorosa) is a 1990 Italian romance-drama film directed by Peter Del Monte. It entered the competition at the 47th Venice International Film Festival.

Arietta (1989)

Sechs Tage Angst (2010)

Elvis: The Lonely Hunter of Circle Beach (2012)

A Wake in 'Hell's Kitchen' (1900)

Le village de Namo - Panorama pris d'une chaise à porteurs (1900)

Madamigella di Maupin (1966)

Madamigella di Maupin is a 1966 Italian adventure film directed by Mauro Bolognini. It is loosely based on the life of Mademoiselle de Maupin and the novel with the same name by Théophile Gautier.

La matiouette ou l'arrière-pays (1983)

La matiouette ou l'arrière-pays (also known as La matiouette) is a 1983 French 48-minute drama film directed by André Téchiné. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.

Everybody's an Actor, Shakespeare Said (1968)

Jolly Fish (1932)

Plastilinovaya vorona (1981)

A Dizzy Day (1933)

Un cine como tú en un país como éste (2010)

Kri Kri martire della suocera (1915)

I Take These Truths (1995)

Emeli Sandé Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2013)

Yo no sé qué me han hecho tus ojos (2003)

Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol (1979)

Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol is an eight-minute animated short film produced by Warner Bros. Television and DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and released in 1979 by Warner Bros. as part of the Christmas special, Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales. The cartoon is an adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, featuring Yosemite Sam as Ebenezer Scrooge and Porky Pig as Bob Cratchit. Bugs Bunny plays the dual role of Fred Hollywell (Scrooge's nephew) and Jacob Marley. Scrooge's dream-journey into his past, present, and future is omitted; instead, Bugs dresses up as a white-robed emissary of Hades to scare Scrooge straight.

Shita: Deadly Silence (2004)

And the Woman Shall Fear Her Husband (1965)

And the Wife Shall Revere Her Husband (Greek: Η δε γυνή να φοβήται τον άνδρα) is a 1965 Greek comedy film. The film won the best director award in 1st Chicago International Film Festival.

Branded a Bandit (1924)

Kino-Pravda No. 18: A Movie Camera Race Over 299 Meters and 14 Minutes and 50 Seconds in the Direction of Soviet Reality (1924)

Chaplin Today: The Gold Rush (2003)

Burning of Durland's Riding Academy (1902)

Eleventh Hour (1942)

Eleventh Hour (1942) is the twelfth of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Produced by Famous Studios, the cartoon was originally released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on November 20, 1942.

Min mors hemmelighet (2009)

What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile and Return (2012)

W le donne (1970)

W le donne (i.e. "Hurrah for the women") is a 1970 Italian musicarello film directed by Aldo Grimaldi and starring Little Tony.

Pen Point Percussion (1951)

The bachelor (1990)

The Bachelor (also known as Mio caro dottor Gräsler ) is a 1990 drama film directed by Roberto Faenza and starring Keith Carradine, Miranda Richardson and Kristin Scott Thomas. It is set in the Austro-Hungarian Empire before the First World War. Doctor Emil Gräsler, a distinguished physician, is forced to choose between two women he loves. It is based on the novel Dr. Gräsler, Badearzt by Arthur Schnitzler.

Woman Transformation (2007)

Los Angeles: 'Wonder City of the West' (1935)

Mickey's Cartoon Comeback (2004)

Mor 8 (2006)

5/62: Fenstergucker, Abfall, etc. (1962)

De puro aire (2014)

Nothing Else Than Air (Spanish: De puro aire) is a Mexican film documentary that plans to release in theaters in the autumn of 2012 in Mexico. The film is directed by Mexican director Carlos Hernández Vázquez and produced by E Corp Studio in association with Media Mac, and was shot in high definition digital cinema.

Anna und Edith (1975)

Liliam, a suja (1981)

Fanalysis (2002)

Fanalysis is a 2002 documentary film starring Bruce Campbell, Ted Raimi, Harry Knowles and directed by Bruce Campbell.

The Little Lion Hunter (1939)

The Little Lion Hunter is a Merrie Melodies cartoon released to theaters on October 7, 1939. This short was the first of a series of five films featuring the Inki and mynah bird characters.

Billy Mouse's Akwakade (1939)

Snubbed by a Snob (1940)

The Gun (1978)

L'arma is a 1978 Italian film. It stars Claudia Cardinale and Stefano Satta Flores, and was directed by Pasquale Squitieri.

The Grey Hounded Hare (1949)

The Grey Hounded Hare is a 1949 Looney Tunes short film made by Warner Bros. Pictures and starring the voice talent of Mel Blanc. It was directed by Robert McKimson, and animated by John Carey, Phil DeLara, Manny Gould and Charles McKimson, with music scored by Carl Stalling. The title refers to the greyhounds of the plot as well as "hounded" meaning pestered or pursued relentlessly. Along with Tugboat Granny and Guided Muscle, The Grey Hounded Hare was featured on the final episode of The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show, which aired on ABC on September 2, 2000.

Young Playthings (1972)

Pao's Story (2006)

Pun Mae Bia (1993)

Gutty (2011)

Vozdushnoe priklyuchenie (1937)

Everyone Dies Alone (1976)

Everyone Dies Alone (Original title: Jeder stirbt für sich allein) is a German film produced and released in West Germany in 1975, adapted from the Hans Fallada novel, Every Man Dies Alone. It was released in English in 1976. The book was based on the story of two ordinary Germans, Otto and Elise Hampel, who committed acts of civil disobedience against the Third Reich, were caught and sentenced to death.

Dance, Pocoyo, Dance (2011)

Little White Dove (1973)

Little White Dove (Spanish: Palomita blanca) is a 1973 Chilean comedy film directed by Raúl Ruiz. It is based on the 1971 novel Palomita Blanca by Enrique Lafourcade. Due to the censorship of the military dictatorship, the film was not screened until 1990, after Ruiz had re-edited it.

Scotch Hop (1953)

Hare-Less Wolf (1958)

Hare-Less Wolf is a 1958 Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and the absent-minded wolf character, Charles M. Wolf (voiced by Mel Blanc). An uncredited June Foray voices the wolf's wife, who appears in a brief scene at the beginning of the cartoon.

Felix in the Bone Age (1922)

The Covered Schooner (1923)

Lazy Teenage Superheroes (2010)

Buddy the Gee Man (1935)

Buddy the Gee Man is an American animated short film, released by Warner Bros. on 24 August 1935. It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. It was supervised by Jack King; musical direction was by Norman Spencer. The short is the last cartoon to feature Buddy, the sole star of the Looney Tunes series since September 1933's Buddy's Day Out; the next film in the series, A Cartoonist's Nightmare, features Beans the Cat. The theme music is "Lulu's Back In Town".

Little Dutch Plate (1935)

Hard Boiled Yeggs (1926)

Visions in Meditation #3: Plato's Cave (1990)

Workers' Topical News No. 1 (1930)

Double Cross: The True Story of the D-day Spies (2012)

Dancing Boxing Match, Montgomery and Stone (1907)

Erinnere dich, wenn du kannst! (2005)

Chile: Hasta Cuando? (1986)

Chile: When Will It End? (Spanish: Chile: Hasta Cuando?) is a 1986 Australian documentary film produced by David Bradbury. The film portrays the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Alizée en concert (2004)

Das Tor des Feuers (1996)

El día que murió Gracia Imperio (2013)

The Devil Inside (1961)

Offbeat (AKA The Devil Inside in the U.S.) is a 1961 black-and-white British crime film directed by Cliff Owen and starring William Sylvester, Mai Zetterling, and John Meillon. In the film, an MI5 officer goes undercover to catch a criminal gang.

Traveling Light (2012)

The Winds of the Aures (1967)

The Winds of the Aures (Arabic: ريح الاوراس, translit. Rih al awras, French: Le Vent des Aurès) is a 1966 Algerian war film directed by Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina. It was entered into the 1967 Cannes Film Festival where it won the award for Best First Work. It was also entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.

El reñidero (1965)

El Reñidero is a 1965 Argentine film directed by René Múgica.

Fonazei o kleftis (1965)

Fonazei o kleftis or Fonazi o kleftis (Greek: Φωνάζει ο κλέφτης, meaning The Robber Complains) is a 1965 Greek drama film directed and written by Giannis Dalianidis and starring Dinos Iliopoulos, Rena Vlachopoulou, Dionysis Papagiannopoulos and Andreas Douzos. It was filmed in the same year.

Stoichkov (2012)

Felix the Cat in Skulls and Sculls (1930)

Gusttavo Lima: Ao Vivo em São Paulo (2012)

The Deadly Chase (1973)